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New-Hampshire, 1240.69% Pennsylvania, 372208; Massachusetts-Bay, 434244
Delaware, 87219% Rhode-Island, 71959; Maryland, 3101743 Connecticut, /
248.189 Virginia, 496278 New-York, 248.139 || North-Carolina, 248.139 ...
The Congress then took into consideration the report of the committee on North-
Carolina: Whereupon, Resolved, That the two battalions which the Congress
directed to be raised in the colony of North-Carolina, be increased to the
Resolved, That, in case of vacancy occasioned by the death or removal of a
colonel or inferior officer, the provincial convention of North-Carolina, or, in their
recess, the provincial council, appoint another person to fill up such vacancy,
until a ...
Congress took into consideration the report of the committee on the papers laid
before Congress by the delegates of North-Carolina: Whereupon, Resolved, That
another battalion raised, in North-Carolina, in addition to the five battalions ...
Congress being informed, by a letter from the president of South-Carolina, that
the Cherokees have commenced ... states of North-Carolina and Virginia, to
Resolved, That it be recommended to the states of Virginia, North-Carolina, and ...
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