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Resolved, That the part of the report respecting the neutrality of the Indians be
postponed. f Resolved, #. the sum of 1200 dollars be advanced to the
commissioners appointed to audit and settle the accounts of the army at New-
York, and in the ...
Resolved, That 2000 dollars be advanced to colonel Scott, of the 5th Virginia
battalion, for the use of the said battalion, he to be accountable. Resolved, That
2000 dollars be advanced to colonel Hausegger, of the German battalion, for the
The committee of treasury reported, That there ought to be advanced to colonel
Valentine Crawford, one of the executors of the late colonel Hugh Stevenson, on
account of his estate, 100 dollars: | That there is due to the following Canadian ...
resolved, That 120 dollars be advanced to captain George Gibson, of the first
Virginia battalion, he to account with the pay-master-general on the settlement of
his accounts. A letter from James Sullivan was read, and referred to the board of
Resolved, That 800 dollars be advanced to colonel L. Cadwallader, for the use of
the men belonging to his battalion; he to be accountable : That 800 dollars be
advanced captain Doyle, for the use of his independent company; he to be ...
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