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Wilson and Cochrane


Passamaquoddy, January 22, 1776.

To the Honourable Gentlemen of the Congress, now sitting at EXETER, in the Colony of NEW-HAMPSHIRE.

These may certify, that the within named Messrs˙ Clark and Wallace, have landed the cattle and sheep herein mentioned in the cocket; and these may likewise certify, that it is the pleasure of us, as a Committee, that the said vessel pass to Piscataqua unmolested, and desire all masters of vessels in the Colonies' service to protect the said schooner to Piscataqua aforesaid.

JAMES COCHRANE, Committee of Safety.