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The committee of claims reported, that the account of Andrew M'Neare, deor-
keeper, for his service, amounting to 57.8 dollars, is reasonable, and ought to be .
Ordered, That the same be paid. Sundry letters were laid before the Congress
Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to prepare an answer. The
ballots being taken and examined, the following members were chosen, viz. Mr.
Lynch, Mr. Lee, and Mr. Adams. The committee of claims having represented to
TUESDAY, October 3, 1775. The committee of claims reported that, in their
opinion, the following ac counts ought to be paid : The account of Frederick
Bicking for 56 reams of paper for the continental currency, amounting to 388 4-5
The general assembly of Massachusetts-Bay, having transmitted to Congress a
state of the accounts of their colony against the continent, Resolved, That the
same be referred for liquidation to the committee of claims. Resolved, That an ...
Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to confer with gen. Lee,
respecting the ways and means of defending New-York. The members chosen,
Mr. R. H. Lee, Mr. Whippie, and Mr. Rutledge. The committee of claims reported,
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