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The Congress entered upon the consideration of the report referred to this day,
and after some debate, upon motion, ... The Congress resumed the consideration
of the means, &c. and after several hours spent thereon, it was referred till ...
The Congress resumed the consideration of the letter from the committee of
correspondence in Boston, and after some debate, Resolved, That a committee
be appointed to prepare a letter to his excellenCy general Gage, representing “
that the ...
The Congress then entered upon the consideration of the report from the
committee of the whole, and after some debate, Resolved, ... I. 16 The Congress
then resumed the consideration of the address to JOURNALS OF CONGRESS,
The Congress then resumed the consideration of the instructions to the
commissioners going to Canada, and after some time spent thereon, Resolved,
That the farther consideration thereof be postponed till to-morrow. The committee
to whom ...
The Congress taking into consideration the letter of the 29th of April, from the
committee of safety of New-York: Whereupon, ... Congress resumed the
consideration of the report on general Washington's letter of the 24th of March :
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This is an excellent tool for anyone who is interested in early American History, or who needs to research a Patriot ancestor, who served during the American Revolution in Pennsylvania. For example, by my knowing that my eighth Great Grandfather was from Bedford (now Somerset) County, Pennsylvania and had served, along with the ability to search for text within the book I discovered that along with being a Lt. Col, he was also the first Judge to serve beyond the Alleghany Mountains, and that he was present at the seige of Boston, and that he fought at the Battle of Germantown and was present at Cornwallis' surrender at Yorktown. I highly recommend this important set of records.