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The committee on general Schuyler's setters, &c. brought in a further report,
which was read : Resolved, That the consideration thereof be postponed to
Monday next. A letter from general Schuyler, dated the 30th of December,
Resolved, That general Schuyler be directed to have the arms of such of the
troops marching to Canada, as pass through Albany, carefully examined there;
and such of them as are deficient and want repair, exchanged for the good
Schuyler to take charge of the arms, and Mr. Philip Van Rensselaer, to be store-
keeper at Albany, be confirmed; and that general Schuyler be desired to inform
Congress of the proper salaries to be annexed to those offices: That general ...
Resolved, That Mr. Trumbull, the commissary-general, be directed to provide and
forward to general Schuyler, 2000 barrels of pork, with all possible despatch, for
the use of the continental army in Canada, and that the said commissary be ...
quently, if possible; and to take effectual measures that they be well supplied with
vinegar: That two large floating batteries be built on Lake-Champlain, to cover the
boom and the bridge; and that general Schuyler be desired to contract with ...
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