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*—urResolved, That this Congress will, to-morrow, resolve itself into a committee
of the whole, to take into consideration the state of America. Adjourned to nine o'
clock to-morrow. * TUESDAY, JMay 16, 1775. The Congress met according to ...
Adjourned till nine o'clock to-morrow. SATURDAY, September 16 ... September
8th, and the same being read, Resolved, That the consideration of the letters from
general Washington, be deferred till to-morrow. Resolved, That the Congress ...
Resolved, That the Congress will, to-morrow, take into consideration the letters
from general Washington. Adjourned till to-morrow at nine o'clock. WEDNESDAY,
September 20, 1775. Resolved, That the president write to the provincial ...
Resolved, That the farther consideration of the general's letter and the other
matters to this day referred, be postponed till to-morrow. Adjourned to ten o'clock
to-morrow. FRIDAY, December 1, 1775. The Congress resumed the
consideration of ...
... the commissioners going to Canada, and having spent some time thereon,
Resolved, That the further consideration thereof be postponed till to-morrow. The
matters to this day referred, being postponed, Adjourned to ten o'clock to-morrow.
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