Closing, Delaware Constitution

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The Closing of the Delaware Constitution concludes the constitution with a list of presiding delegates, as well as the date and location of the signing.


Text of Closing:

DONE IN CONVENTION, the Fourth day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Seven and of the Independence of the United States of America the One Hundred and Twenty-First.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have hereunto subscribed our names.[1]

List of Delegates


John Biggs, President.

Edward G. Bradford
Charles B. Evans
George H. Murray
Martin B. Burris
James B. Gilchrist
William P. Orr, Jr.
William A. Cannon
Robert G. Harman
Nathan Pratt
Paris T. Carlisle, Jr.
Edward D. Hearne
Charles F. Richards
Wilson T. Cavender
Andrew J. Horsey
Lowder L. Sapp
David S. Clark
John W. Hering
William Saulsbury
J. Wilkins Cooch
Andrew L. Johnson
William T. Smithers
Ezekiel W. Cooper
Woodburn Martin
W. C. Spruance
Robert W. Dasey
Elias N. Moore
Isaac K. Wright
Joshua A. Ellegood.

Attest: Charles R. Jones, Secretary of C. C.

N. B. - John P. Donahoe, a member of the Convention from New Castle County, refused to sign.[1]

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