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When the Constitutional Convention assembled in Philadelphia in 1787, he successfully applied for the position as its secretary.
When the Constitutional Convention assembled in Philadelphia in 1787, he successfully applied for the position as its secretary. His wartime contacts with many of the delegates, especially Alexander Hamilton, clearly helped him edge out Benjamin Franklin"s grandson for the post. Jackson was sworn to protect the secrecy of the deliberations, and, on instruction of the delegates, he destroyed all records except for the official journal after the final draft of the Constitution was signed. Q. How were deputies to the Constitutional Convention chosen? A. They were appointed by the legislatures of the different States. Q. Were the other twelve States represented throughout the Constitutional Convention? A. No. Two of the deputies from New York left on July 10, 1787, and after that Hamilton, the third deputy, when he was in attendance did not attempt to cast the vote of his State. The New Hampshire deputies did not arrive until July 23, 1787; so that there never was a vote of more th