#AmericanTrivia The first US Congress convened without a quorum. Most of the members were still on route to New York. How many were in attendance?

The first US Congress convened without a quorum. Most of the members were still on route to New York. How many were in attendance?

Eight of 22 Senators and 13 of 59 Representatives attended on March 4, 1789. By April, the House and the Senate settled down to business with a quorum.

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