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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 ...
Resolved, That the said letters, with the Papers enclosed, be referred to the
delegates of Virginia. ł Resolved, That the farther consideration of the general's
letter, and the other matters to this day referred, be postponed till to-morrow.
Resolved, That the committee on qualifications be directed to provide six
medicine-chests for the six Virginia battalions. The Congress took into
consideration the instructions to the commissioners going to Canada, and having
spent some time ...
Resolved, That 20,000 dollars be advanced to the delegates of Virginia, for the
use of the battalions in that colony; the said delegates to account Ior the
expenditure thereof. The committee appointed to take into consideration the state
of the ...
... brought in their report, which was greed to: Whereupon, Resolved, That
general Lee's scheme of sending through the colony of Virinia to purchase rifles,
be, and is, approved : That, as the colony of Virginia is intersected with many
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