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Resolved, That the reverend Mr. Duche be desired to open the Congress to-
morrow morning with prayers, at the Carpenter's Hall, at nine o'clock. Thomas,
Johnson, jun, esq. one of the delegates from Maryland, attended and took his
Adjourned till Monday at nine o'clock. MONDAY, June 26, 1775. Met according to
adjournment. A letter from governor Trumbull was read, and referred to the
committee appointed to devise ways and means for introducing the manufacture
Adjourned till Monday at nine o'clock. MONDAY, July 3, 1775. Met according to
adjournment. Sundry letters being laid before the Congress, were read.
Agreeable to the order of the day, the Congress resolved itself into a committee of
Kimmed till Monday at nine o'clock. MONDAY, July 10, 1775. Met according to
adjournment. l Information being given, that there was a gentleman in town well
acquainted with the state and disposition of the Indians, a motion was made for ...
Adjourned till Monday next, nine o'clock. MONDAY, September 18, 1775. The
committee appointed to settle the accounts of the riflemen, &c. laid before the
Congress the account of Mr. West and Mr. Donaldson, amounting to 5303. 62-90
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