July 02, 1787
The Burlington court did not continue as long as I expected. I arrived here on Friday last, about 10 o’clock at night.
This letter will be handed to you by the Gov’r [Livingston], who will set out tomorrow. It is impossible to say when the Convention will rise; much remains to be done, and the work is full of labour and difficulty…
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