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The committee, consisting of Mr. Duane, Mr. Peters, Mr. Carrol [i.e. Carroll], Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Lee, to whom were referred a report on Indian affairs, read in Congress on the 21st of April last, a letter from General Schuyler ... with messages to and from certain hostile Indians on the subject of peace ... submit the following detail of facts and resolutions ...

The committee, consisting of Mr. Duane, Mr. Peters, Mr. Carrol [i.e. Carroll], Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Lee, to whom were referred a report on Indian affairs, read in Congress on the 21st of April last, a letter from General Schuyler ... with messages to and from certain hostile Indians on the subject of peace ... submit the following detail of facts and resolutions ...

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"This report, in the writing of James Duane, is in the Papers of the Continental Congress, no. 30, folios 35-43. It was first read September 19 [1783], and printed"--Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 35, p. 688. The report, as amended by Elias Boudinot, was read Oct. 15, 1783.
Imprint supplied by Evans.
Text in two columns.
Evans 18262
Journals of the Continental Congress, 416
LC copy annotated in ink on verso.
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01/01/1783
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United States. Continental Congress.
Claypoole, David C., 1757?-1849, printer.
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
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