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William Samuel Johnston, Erastus Wolcott, and Richard Law, esqrs. nominated
by this committee at New-London, on the 13th of July last, as persons proper to
attend the General Congress, to be held at Philadelphia, on the first of September
Thomas and Daniel Harlington, William Grimes, William Tidd, Isaac Hastings,
Jonas Stone, jun. James Wyman, Thaddeus Harrington, John Chandler, Joshua
Reed, jun. Joseph Simonds, Phineas Smith, John Chandler, jun. Reuben Cock ...
William Tuder, esq. was elected judge advocate of the army. 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
That William Patten be appointed third lieutenant in colonel Hand's regiment, in
the place of lieutenant Clark, resigned : That the regimental pay-masters in the
army of the United States, have the rank of first lieutenants, and receive rations as
Peachy William, colonel, 263. so resigns, 336. Pelliser Christopher, engineer,
426. Pendents to private ships of war, &c. proceedings respecting, 531. to
Pendleton Edmund, a delegate from virginia, § 5 declines a re-election, 137.
Penn John, a ...
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