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Saturday, June 29, 1776.

An Ordinance for establishing a Board of Commissioners to superintend and direct the Naval affairs of this Colony,


having been fairly transcribed, was read a third time, and the blanks therein filled up.

Resolved, That the said Ordinance do pass.

The President laid before the Convention a Letter from Captain John Neaville, on the subject of Indian Affairs; which was read, and ordered to lie on the table.

The Plan of Government for this Colony was read a third time.

Resolved, unanimously, That the said Plan of Government do pass.