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United States. Continental Congress. That two tons of the powder now arrived,
belonging to the United Colonies, be delivered to the committee of safety for
Pennsylvania, in part of the powder borrowed of them : That one ton of said
powder be ...
5th Pennsylvania battalion, he stopped till farther orders of Congress, and that
the pay-master be notified thereof. ... That it be recommended to the committee of
safety of Pennsylvania, immediately to appoint proper officers for, and direct the ...
The committee of Congress, appointed to confer with the committee of safety of
Pennsylvania, the committee of inspection and observation for the city and
liberties of Philadelphia, and the field-officers of the five battalions of the said city,
Resolved, That the council of safety of Pennsylvania be requested to send
expresses immediately to the counties that have been desired to send forth their
associators, urging them forthwith to march, in order to oppose the hasty
advances of ...
Resolved, That 5000 dollars be advanced to Mr. Carpenter Wharton for the public
service; he to be accountable. Resolved, That the council of safety of
Pennsylvania be requested to give the continental officers, and all others,
employed in ...
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