Mr. Charles Pinckney, one of the Deputies of South Carolina, laid before the House for their consideration, the draught of a federal government to be agreed upon between the free and independent States of America. Journal, Farrand, vol. 1, p. 16 (footnote omitted). Mr. Charles Pinkney [sic] laid before the house the draught of a federal Government which he had prepared to be agreed upon between the free and independent States of America. — Mr. P. plan ordered that the same be referred to the Committee of the whole appointed to consider the State of the American...
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