(Federalist): We shouldn't have a need for a bill of rights. A strong nation would be beneficial for trade. Trade should be very important to everyone.
This would relate to a Lowcountry federalist South Carolinian because trade in South Carolina was important. They had many cash crops to trade.
We should have a bill of rights because if there is too much government involved, it could turn into a communistic government, like a monarchy or dictatorship.
This would relate to an Upcountry anti-Federalist South Carolinian because they did not want a strong government in fear that it would be too far away and the Upcountry would have little to no representation.
In South Carolina, this created a peace between the Upcountry and Lowcountry.
Thus, they came to a conclusion and shook hands. They would add the Bill of Rights in the Constitution, ensuring rights to the people.