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Fify-five delegates went to the meeting. flag me if this wasn't clear to you.

I think 56 delegates attended the meeting, because 12 of the 13 colonies sent delegates. so it might have to be an even number.

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The First Continental Congress was attended by 56 members appointed by the legislatures of twelve of the Thirteen Colonies. The only colony that did not have a delegate attend was Province of Georgia.

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When the Constitutional Convention officially began, on May 25, 1787, delegates from nine states were present. Rhode Island did not participate in the convention.

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56 delegates attended the first continental congress.

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The First Continental Congress was attended by delegates from each colony except which of these?

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