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... and carry into execution, or endeavour, at the risque and expense of life and
property, so to do, all and whatsoever,0\r said delegates, or any three of them, in
concurrence with the rest of the delegate; from the several colonies and
To John Nelson, for his expenses in bringing the said Dr. John Smith from the
Little Meadows to Hagarstown, and for his trouble in attending him to this city,
with allowance of expenses in returning home, the sum of 75 dollars. To Francis ...
As you are now about to depart, we present you with some money to buy clothes
and necessaries, and pay your expenses, and we wish you a good journey, and
bid you farewell. Adjourned to ten o'clock to-morrow. THURSDAY, April 11, 1776
that colony in Congress, have represented the peculiar circumstances and heavy
expenses of that colony; and that the troops raised in it were inlisted for three
years, upon a different establishment of pay, and under different articles of war, ...
Hanson, Donaldson, and Franks, for carrying money to the camp in March last,
the sum of 238 28-90 dollars: To Isaac Sorrel, the sum of 26 85-90 dollars; of
which 10 69-90 dollars were for the expenses of the prisoners that were brought
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