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New-Hampshire, 1240.69% Pennsylvania, 372208; Massachusetts-Bay, 434244
Delaware, 87219% Rhode-Island, 71959; ... 248.189 Virginia, 496278 New-York,
248.139 || North-Carolina, 248.139 New-Jersey, 161290} | South-Carolina, 24 ...
Resolved, That the barracks in the colony of New-Jersey be prepared for the
reception of such of the battalions as may not be in readiness to proceed to New-
York, and that the ministerial troops or prisoners at present occupying them, ...
That half a dollar a week be allowed to each of the Connecticut light horse, who
have joined the army at New-York, for the ... immediately to repair to New-Jersey,
and put himself under the command of the officer commanding the flying-camp.
A letter from the convention of New-Jersey to their delegates, was laid before
Congress and read; Whereupon, Resolved, That the convention of the state of
New-Jersey be requested to make such provision for keeping open the ...
I'S : To captain James M'Candless, for subsistence and ferriages of his company
of the 4th battalion of York county militia, on their march to New-Jersey, 41 78-90
dollars : Ordered, That the said accounts be paid. Resolved, That an order for ...
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