When the Convention concluded on September 17, the President of the Convention, George Washington, prepared a letter to the Confederation Congress. In it, he wrote of the Constitution:\n\n"That it will meet the full and entire Approbation of every State is not perhaps to be expected."\n\nAs can be readily and easily seen, Washington was concerned that every State, may not fully approve of the Convention's work. Nevertheless, the ratification process moved forward, and on June 21, New Hampshire became the ninth State to ratify. Here's how the Confederation Congress officially recognized and recorded New Hampshire's ratification on July 2nd:\n\n"That it be read a second time on Monday next. The State of New hampshire having ratified the constitution transmitted to them by the Act of the 28 of Sept . last"\n\nThen, on July 8, the Confederation Congress officially recorded this:\n\n"And Whereas the States of N. Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, N. Jersey Pensylvania, Deleware, Maryland, South Carolina and Georgia, have duly Ratified the aforesaid Constitution," \n\nthen this:\n\n"Therefore Resolved, That the first Wednesday in December next be the day for appointing Electors in the several States which have, or shall, before the said day, have, ratified the said Constitution"