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Ordered, That Peter T˙ Curtenius be desired to purchase, immediately, one hundred pair of Pistols and two hundred Cutlasses, and forward the same to Ticonderoga with all possible despatch.

The Petition of Daniel Dean and others, of Yonkers, praying that John Cock may be appointed their Captain, was read and filed.

The Committee adjourned to four o' clock, P˙ M.

4 ho˙ P˙ M˙, Monday, September 18, 1775.

The following Members met pursuant to adjournment, viz:

John Haring, Esquire, Chairman, and Commissioner for Orange County.

For NEW-YORK, Mr˙ Van Zandt, Colonel McDougall.

For ALBANY, Major Nicoll.

For DUTCHESS, Mr˙ Gilbert Livingston.

For WESTCHESTER, Mr˙ Paulding.

For SUFFOLK, Mr˙ Hobart, Mr˙ Foster.

For CUMBERLAND, William Williams.

No other Members appearing, and not having a sufficient number to form the Committee, they agreed to meet here to-morrow morning, at nine o' clock; and the afternoon was spent in filling up commissions for the Militia, and in examining the plans and estimate of the expenses of the Fortifications in the Highlands.