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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
United States. Continental Congress. 1775. —r— (e WEDNESDAY, Septemberg,
1775. AGREEABLE to adjournment, the ... uniting with their sister colonies in the
great and important cause, a general election was held throughout the province ...
-1– Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed to contract for the making of
muskets and bayonets for the use of the United Colonies, and to consider of
farther ways and means of promoting and encouraging the manufacture of fire
United States. Continental Congress. & Resolved, That Patrick Sinclair be
allowed to return to Europe. Iłesolved, That an ... suggested to have been
plundered by the troops of the United Colonies, and Canadians who joined them
; and your ...
Should the object to this, report to this Congress the objections, and the terms on
w; alone they will come into our union. , Should they agree to our terms, you are
to promise in the names of the United Colonies, that we will defend and protect ...
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