The Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787
by James Madison

THURSDAY JUNE 14. IN CONVENTION 1

Mr. PATTERSON, observed to the Convention that it was the wish of several deputations, particularly that of N. Jersey, that further time might be allowed them to contemplate the plan reported from the Committee of the Whole, and to digest one purely federal, and contradistinguished from the reported plan. He said they hoped to have such an one ready by tomorrow to be laid before the Convention: And the Convention adjourned that leisure might be given for the purpose.


1. The words "In convention" are crossed out in the transcript.


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