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Resolved, That nine battalions, including that of Canadians under colonel
Livingston, be kept up and maintained the present year for the defence of
Canada. Resolved, That the first Pennsylvania battalion, under colonel Bull, and
the second ...
Information being given to Congress that some soldiers in the first Pennsylvania
battalion, now under orders to march to Canada, are not supplied with arms :
Resolved, That the commanding officer of said battalion be directed to make a
Resolved, That the pay and subsistence of two of the battalions ordered to . be
raised in the colony of Virginia, commence from the first day of November Hast;
from which time they have been in actual service. The convention of Virginia
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 an order for 12,000 dollars be drawn on the treasurers in favor of
the committee of safety of Delaware government, for the use of the battalion
raised in that colony, the said committee to be accountable. The Congress took
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