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during this he was part of the suppression of the whiskey rebellion, Jays treaty and a host of federalist measure
After the convention in 1788 Dayton became a federalist legislature in the new government
he was then elevated to the U.S. senate from 1799-1805
He then died and was buried at St.John's Episcopal church in his homewtown
He spent his remaining years to business and farming
Jonathan Dayton 1770-1824
He divided his time between land speculation, legal practiced and politics
Dayton spoke frequently during the convention even though he didn't agree with some provisions, he signed it
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