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title:“George Wythe to [--]”
authors:George Wythe
date written:1787-7-16

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Wythe, George. "Letter to [--]." The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. Vol. 3. Ed. Max Farrand. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1911. Print.

George Wythe to [--] (July 16, 1787)

16 july, 1787.
The reason which moved me, and the only one which could have moved me, to retire from the convention at Philadelphia, not only continues, but i fear is more urgent than it was. The executive, therefore, are desired to consider my letter to governour Randolph, or this, sir, to you, as a resignation of the office which i was deputed to sustain in the convention —

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