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Whereas doubts have arose with some of the commissioners appointed under the resolution of the 20th of February, 1782, for the settlement of the accounts of states, and individuals within the same, against the United States ...

Whereas doubts have arose with some of the commissioners appointed under the resolution of the 20th of February, 1782, for the settlement of the accounts of states, and individuals within the same, against the United States ...

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Monroe's motion on accounts of December 30, 1785. Cf. Bristol.
"An edition of 60 copies was run off January 3, 1786"--Journals of the Continental Congress 509.
Imprint suggested by JCC, v. 33, p. 753. Formerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in JCC, v. 29, p. 930 (#509). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place of publication.
Not in Evans.
Bristol 6390
Shipton & Mooney 44986
Journals of the Continental Congress, 509
LC copy annotated on verso: Coll. Monroe lettr. accounts.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

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United States. Continental Congress.
Monroe, James, 1758-1831.
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
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