In designing his new calendar, Caesar enlisted the aid of Sosigenes, an Alexandrian astronomer, who advised him to do away with the lunar cycle entirely and follow the solar year, as did the Egyptians. The year was calculated to be 365 and 1/4 days, and Caesar added 67 days to 45 B.C., making 46 B.C. begin on January 1, rather than in March.
Virginia would have one, and Delaware would have one.
The Articles of Confederation created a collegiate executive body in the form of a congress, called the Congress of the Confederation. This organ was integrated in an equal way by representatives of each one of the member states of the Union, with which each state had a representative in Congress regardless of population.