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Petition of Davis and Coverly


To the Honourable Provincial Congress now sitting at WATERTOWN:

The Petition of DAVIS and COVERLY, late of BOSTON, humbly showeth:,

That whereas your petitioners have a quantity of English goods in Boston; that Mr˙ Henry Barnes, of Marlborough, now in Boston, has quantities of English goods at said Marlborough, near the same quality, and is willing to make an exchange for the same: We therefore beg leave of this honourable Congress that we, your petitioners, be allowed to make the exchange; and, as in duty bound, shall ever pray.


Watertown, June 7, 1775.