Adjourned to ten o'clock on Monday next. ... trade, and after some debate,
Resolved, That this Congress will, to-morrow, resolve itself into a committee of
the whole, to take into consideration the state of the trade of the thirteen United
The order of the day being renewed, Adjourned to nine o'clock to-morrow.
THIURSDAY, October 19 ... On which, not being ready to report, the order of the
day was renewed, and the Congress adjourned to ten o'clock on Monday. .:
Adjourned to ten o'clock to-morrow, and from thence, by adjournments, to ten o'
clock on Wednesday. WEDNESDAY, October 25, 1775. Sundry letters from
general Washington, governor Trumbull, and the convention of New-York, being
Resolved, That this Congress will, to-morrow, again resolve itself into a
committee of the whole, to take into their further consideration the state of the
trade of the United Colonies. Adjourned to ten o'clock to-morrow. FRIDAY,
October 27, 1775.
The order of the day being renewed, Adjourned to ten o'clock on Monday. ...
having recommended sundry gentlemen for field officers to command the two
battalions raising in that colony, Resolved, That the same be referred till to-
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