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PROVINCE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE : At a meeting of the deputies appointed by
the several towns in this province, held at Exeter, in the county of Rockingham,
21st July, 1774, for the election of delegates, on behalf of this province, to join the
William Hooper and Joseph Hewes, esquires, two of the deputies from
NorthCarolina, ... the Congress, and produced their credentials, as follows:
JWorth-Carolina, at a general meeting of deputies of the inhabitants of this
province, Newburn, ...
To enforce these acts, that province is again invaded by a fleet and army: To
mention these outrageous proceedings, is sufficient to explain them. For though it
is pretended that the province of Massachusetts-Bay, has been particularly ...
That the provincial assemblies or conventions do each choose a treasurer for
their respective colonies, and take sufficient security for the faithful performance
of the trust. That each colony provide ways and means to sink its proportion of the
... to all persons requiring it in exchange. g The provincial treasurers and
collectors are to have such allowances for their respective services, as shall be
directed by the several assemblies or conventions, to be paid by their respective
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