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The grand committee, consisting of [blank] to whom were, among other things, referred a motion of Mr. Monroe, respecting the cessions and division of western lands and territory, report ...

The grand committee, consisting of [blank] to whom were, among other t...

Imprint from Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 33, p. 753; fomerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap by v. 31, p. 960 (#524). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place of printing. Bri... more

The grand committee, consisting of [blank] to whom were, among other things, referred a motion of Mr. Monroe, respecting the cessions and division of western lands and territory, report ...

The grand committee, consisting of [blank] to whom were, among other t...

Imprint from Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 33, p. 753; fomerly ascribed to the press of John Dunlap by v. 31, p. 960 (#524). Bristol gives Dunlap as printer and Philadelphia as place of printing. Bri... more

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved, that so much of the territory ceded, or to be ceded by individual states, to the United States, as is already purchased, or shall be purchased, of the Indian inhabitants, and offered for sale by Congress, shall be divided into distinct states in the following manner, as nearly as such cessions will admit ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved,...

Title from caption and opening lines of text. Imprint from Evans. Ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 923 (#478), an attribution later rejected. Cf. v. 33... more

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved, that so much of the territory ceded, or to be ceded by individual states, to the United States, as is already purchased, or shall be purchased, of the Indian inhabitants, and offered for sale by Congress, shall be divided into distinct states in the following manner, as nearly as such cessions will admit ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved,...

Title from caption and opening lines of text. Imprint from Evans. Ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 923 (#478), an attribution later rejected. Cf. v. 33... more

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved, that so much of the territory ceded, or to be ceded by individual states, to the United States, as is already purchased, or shall be purchased, of the Indian inhabitants, and offered for sale by Congress, shall be divided into distinct states in the following manner, as nearly as such cessions will admit ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved,...

Title from caption and opening lines of text. Imprint from Evans. Ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 923 (#478), an attribution later rejected. Cf. v. 33... more

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved, that so much of the territory ceded, or to be ceded by individual states, to the United States, as is already purchased, or shall be purchased, of the Indian inhabitants, and offered for sale by Congress, shall be divided into distinct states in the following manner, as nearly as such cessions will admit ...

By the United States in Congress assembled. April 23, 1784 : Resolved,...

Title from caption and opening lines of text. Imprint from Evans. Ascribed to the press of John Dunlap in the Journals of the Continental Congress, v. 29, p. 923 (#478), an attribution later rejected. Cf. v. 33... more

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