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Proceedings of the Commissioners to treat with the Indians laid before the Convention


Resolved, That the Soldiers in the regular service be allowed Hunting-shirts, Leggings, and Bindings for their Hats, by the publick.

The President laid before the Convention the Proceedings of the Commissioners appointed to treat with the several different Tribes of Indians.

Ordered, That the same do lie on the table for the perusal of the Members.

Ordered, That the several County Lieutenants do cause double Patroles to be kept in their several Counties during the ensuing holidays.

Ordered, That Mr˙ Blackburn be added to the Committee to whom the Petition of Alexander Ross was referred.

Ordered, That Mr˙ Whiting be added to the Committee to whom the Letter and Resolution of the Committee for the County of Isle-of-Wight was referred.

Ordered, That leave be given to bring in an Ordinance for amending the Ordinance of the last Convention, directing the elections of Delegates and Committee-men, and that Mr˙ Holt, Mr˙ Meade, and Mr˙ Murdaugh, do prepare and bring in the same.

Ordered, That the Officers and Men directed to be raised by an Ordinance of the last Convention, in the County of Fincastle, and stationed at such posts as might, from time to time, be ordered and directed by the Committee of the said County, be now disbanded.