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United States. Continental Congress. IN THE AssEMBLY, 7th of April, 1775.
Resolved, That the house do highly approve of the proceedings of the
Contimental Congress, lately held at Philadelphia, and that they are determined,
as members of ...
Resolved, That Mo Hillegas, and George Clymer, esqrs, be joint treasurers of the
United Colonies: that the treasurers reside in Philadelphia, and that they shall
give bond, with surety, for the faithful performance of their of. fice, in the sum of
Dr. Zubly, Noble Wimberly Jones, and Lyman Hall, esqrs. or any three of them,
immediately to repair to the said city of Philadelphia, and there to take their seats,
as the representatives of the province of Georgia, in the general Congress now ...
Dollar This bill entitles the bearer to receive Spanish milled dollars, or the value
thereof in gold or silver, according to a resolution of Congress passed at
Philadelphia, November 29, 1775. Resolved, That each denomination or class of
bills be ...
... which being granted, this Congress will not consider the same as a national act
: That the said commissioners invite such of the Indian chiefs and warriors of their
department, as they think best, to visit Congress at Philadelphia, after the ... of ...
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