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Wine Cask

Wine Cask

Interior of wine house People in photograph: Boggio, Joe; Unidentified

Wine Cask
In Congress, August 28, 1776 : Resolved, that there be an inspector or inspectors sufficiently qualified to judge the goodness of gun-powder, who shall examine every cask of gun-powder manufactured or to be purchased on account of the United States, by the most approved method of ascertaining the quality of gun-powder ...

In Congress, August 28, 1776 : Resolved, that there be an inspector or...

Signed: By order of Congress, John Hancock, president. Imprint supplied from Evans. Evans 15166 Journals of the Continental Congress, 125 LC copy annotated on verso: Resolve of Congress of August 28th 1776 for ... more

In Congress, August 28, 1776 : Resolved, that there be an inspector or inspectors sufficiently qualified to judge the goodness of gun-powder, who shall examine every cask of gun-powder manufactured or to be purchased on account of the United States, by the most approved method of ascertaining the quality of gun-powder ...

In Congress, August 28, 1776 : Resolved, that there be an inspector or...

Signed: By order of Congress, John Hancock, president. Imprint supplied from Evans. Evans 15166 Journals of the Continental Congress, 125 LC copy annotated on verso: Resolve of Congress of August 28th 1776 for ... more

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