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By the United States in Congress assembled. September 18, 1786 : The committee, consisting of Mr. Pinckney, Mr. St. Clair, and Mr. Harrison, to whom was referred a letter of the 12th from the Board of Treasury, together with a letter from the commissioner of the loan-office in the state of Rhode-Island, and an act of the legislature of that state, having reported ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. September 18, 1786 : The committee, consisting of Mr. Pinckney, Mr. St. Clair, and Mr. Harrison, to whom was referred a letter of the 12th from the Board of Treasury, together with a letter from the commissioner of the loan-office in the state of Rhode-Island, and an act of the legislature of that state, having reported ...

 
 
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Title taken from caption title and opening lines of text.
Imprint from Evans. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 31, p. 966 (#555); but later volumes reject Evans as printer. Cf. JCC, v. 33, p. 753.
Evans 20051
Journals of the Continental Congress, 555
LC copy annotated on blank p. [4]: Resolution respecting payments on the requisitions to be referred to the committee on ways and means. No. 6 ... 1787 no. 9.
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