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treaty concluded at Galphington......Nov. 12, 1785 Chatham artillery of Savannah organized......May 1, 1786 Colonel Gunn breaks up camp of runaway negroes, trained to arms by the British and ravaging country......May 6, 1786 Gen. Nathanael Greene dies at Mulberry Grove, 14 miles from Savannah, the home presented him by the legislature......June 19, 1786 Assembly directs paper bills of credit not to exceed £ 30,000 struck off under direction of governor......Aug. 14, 1786 Abram Baldwin and Hon. William Frew, delegates from Georgia, sign draught of constitution proposed for ratification......Sept. 17, 1787 Legislature at Augusta ratifies the federal Constitution, the fourth State......Jan. 2, 1788 George Handly elected governor to succeed Gen. James Jackson (age thirty), elected Jan. 9, who resigned on account of his youth......Jan. 25, 1788 Differences between South Carolina and Georgia settled; northern boundary of Georgia fixed in line west from head of most