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By the United States in Congress assembled. June 3, 1784 : On the report of a committee consisting of Mr. Spaight, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Beatty and Mr. Sherman, to whom was referred a report of a committee on a report of the superintendant of finance, dated the 5th of November 1783, in answer to questions proposed by the commissioner for settling the accounts of the state of Pennsylvania with the United States, and also a report on the petition of James Smith, praying for a sum of money to be advanced to him on account. Resolved ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. June 3, 1784 : On the report of a committee consisting of Mr. Spaight, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Beatty and Mr. Sherman, to whom was referred a report of a committee on a report of the superintendant of finance, dated the 5th of November 1783, in answer to questions proposed by the commissioner for settling the accounts of the state of Pennsylvania with the United States, and also a report on the petition of James Smith, praying for a sum of money to be advanced to him on account. Resolved ...

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Imprint supplied by Evans.
Evans 18826
Journals of the Continental Congress, 440
Wheeler, J.T. Maryland, 359
LC copy signed in ms.: Chas Thomson secy. Annotated on verso: June 3d 1784. Commissioners for settling accts. vs. United States.
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01/01/1784
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United States. Continental Congress.
Dunlap, John, 1747-1812, printer.
Thomson, Charles, 1729-1824, signer.
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
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Annapolis (Md.)38.97833, -76.49222
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