Convention of New York
Friday, July 25, 1788.
When, the whole being gone through and amended, the question was put, whether the committee did agree to the same, which was carried in the affirmative.
The committee then rose, and reported.
The report of the committee being considered, the President put the question, whether the Convention did agree to the said report, which was carried in the affirmative.
The Convention then resolved, unanimously, that a circular letter be prepared to be laid before the different legislatures of the United States, recommending a general Convention.