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to ratify the Constitution of the United States convenes at Boston......Jan. 9, 1788 [Governor Hancock chosen president of the convention.] Constitution is ratified by a vote of 187 to 168......Feb. 6, 1788 Slave-trade prohibited in Massachusetts......March 26, 1788 John Adams elected Vice-President of the United States......1789 President Washington visits Boston......Oct. 24, 1789 Williams College at Williamstown, Berkshire county, founded......1790 [Incorporated June 22, 1793. Congregational.] John Hancock dies at Quincy, aged fifty-six......Oct. 8, 1793 Middlesex canal projected......1793 John Adams President of the United States......March 4, 1797 Frigate Constitution, Old Ironsides, built at Boston......1799 Bradford Academy (for women), Bradford, opened......1803 Andover Theological Seminary (Congregational ) opened......1808 State averse to war with England. The legislature, in an address to the people, declare themselves unable to