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The Congress met pursuant to adjournment, and opened with prayers by the Rev˙ Mr˙ Bowden. Present:

For the City and County of New-York. — Peter Van Brugh Livingston, esq˙, President; Isaac Low, Alexander McDougall, Leonard Lispenard, Abraham Walton, Abraham Brasher, Isaac Roosevelt, John De Lancey, James Beekman, Samuel Verplanck, Richard Yates, David Clarkson, Thomas Smith, Benjamin Kissam, John Van Cortlandt, Jacobus Van Zandt, John Marston.

For the City and County of Albany. — Abraham Yates, Peter Silvester, Walter Livingston, Robert Van Rensselaer, Henry Glenn.

For Dutchess County. — Anthony Hoffman, Zephaniah Platt, Richard Montgomerie, Jonathan Landon, Melancton Smith, Nathaniel Sackett.

For Ulster County. — James Clinton, Christopher Tappen.

For Orange County. — John Coe, David Pye, Benjamin Tusteen, Peter Clowes, John Herring, Jeremiah Clarke.

For Suffolk County. — Colonel Nathaniel Woodhull, John Sloss Hobart, Thomas Tredwell, John Foster, Ezra L' Hommedieu, Thomas Wickham.

For Westchester County. — Gouverneur Morris, Lewis Graham, James Van Cortlandt, Stephen Ward, Philip Van Cortlandt, James Holmes, David Dayton, John Thomas, Jun.

For King' s County. — Henry Williams, Jeremiah Remsen, Theodorus Polhemus, John Leffertse.

For Richmond County. — Aaron Cortelyou, Richard Lawrence.

For Queen' s County. — Jonathan Lawrence, Zebulon Williams, Samuel Townshend, Joseph Robinson.

For Charlotte County. — John Williams.

TRYON COUNTY. — The Deputies from Tryon County attending at the door, were called in, and produced a Certificate signed by Nicholas Herkimer, Chairman pro tempore, and Andrew Finck, Junior, Clerk of a meeting of the Committee of Tryon County, held on the eleventh of June, instant, whereby it appears that Christopher P˙ Yates and John Marlett, Esquires, were appointed Deputies to attend this Provincial Congress without delay, and to act, in conjunction with the Members thereof, upon this very alarming and calamitous situation of British America.

The said Certificate being read and filed,

Ordered, That those gentlemen take their seats.