Ratification of the Constitution by the State of Pennsylvania
December 12, 1787.

In the Name of the People of Pennsylvania

Be it Known unto all Men that We the Delegates of the People of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in general Convention assembled Have assented to, and ratified, and by these presents Do in the Name and by the authority of the Same People, and for ourselves, assent to, and ratify the foregoing Constitution for the United States of America. Done in Convention at Philadelphia the twelfth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven and of the Independence of the United States of America the twelfth. In witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names.

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG President
JNo ALLISON
JONATHAN ROBERTS
JOHN RICHARDS
JAMES MORRIS
TIMOTHY PICKERING
BENJN ELLIOT-
STEPHEN BALLIET
JOSEPH HORSFIELD
DAVID DASHLER
WILLIAM WILSON
JOHN BOYD
THO SCOTT
JOHN NEVILL
JASPER YEATES.
HENY SLAGLE
THOMAS CAMPBELL
THOMAS HARTLEY
DAVID GRIER
JOHN BLACK
BENJAMIN PEDAN
JOHN ARNDT
WILLIAM GIBBONS
RICHARD DOWNING
THOMAS CHEYN.
JOHN HANNUM
STEPHEN CHAMBERS
ROBERT COLEMAN
SEBASTIAN GRAFF
JOHN HUBLEY
SAMUEL ASHMEAD
ENOCH EDWARDS
HENRY WYNKOOP
JOHN BARCLAY
THOS YARDLEY
ABRAHAM STOUT
THOMAS BULL
ANTHONY WAYNE
GEORGE LATIMER
BENJN RUSH
HILARY BAKER
JAMES WILSON
THOMAS McKEAN
W MACPHERSON
JOHN HUNN
GEORGE GRAY

Attest JAMES CAMPBELL Secretary


Reprinted from Documentary History of the Constitution, Vol. II (1894), pp. 44, 45.


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