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Ebenezer Cutler permitted to go into Boston, without his effects


Wednesday, May 24, 1775.

Ebenezer Cutler, of Northborough, having been brought before this Congress on complaint of sundry persons, for uttering sundry expressions against the liberties of the good people of this Colony, and the same having been inquired of by a Committee, who reported, among other matters, that all the expressions of which he is accused were uttered some time ago; and that the said Ebenezer had requested that he might have the same privilege of going into the Town of Boston, without his effects, as other persons have, by the order of Congress:

The Report was accepted, and it was thereupon Resolved, That he have liberty for so doing.