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July 5, 1775

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July 5, 1775.

Thirty-seven Fire-Arms were received from Major Ebenezer White, which Guns were collected by order of Congress, and amount, as by appraisement, to eighty-five Pounds, seven Shillings.

Thirty-seven Small-Arms, valued at eighty-five Pounds,

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seven Shillings, were delivered General Thomas, for the use of his Regiment, as by his receipt on file.

Six Small-Arms were delivered Colonel William Prescott, for the use of his Regiment, amounting, by appraisement, to eleven Pounds, six Shillings, for which a, receipt was taken in the minute book,

Four Small-Arms were delivered Colonel William Prescott, for the use of his Regiment, amounting, as per appraisement, to eight Pounds, fourteen Shillings, for which a receipt was taken in the minute book.

Ten Small-Arms were delivered Colonel Moses Little, for the use of his Regiment, amounting, by appraisement, to eighteen Pounds, seven Shillings, and four Pence, for which a receipt was taken in the minute book.

Passed upon John Bulfinch and twelve other persons' Accounts, who worked with Jeremiah Russell, amounting, in the whole, to forty-four Pounds, eight Shillings, and eight Pence, for which a certificate was given them for the Committee of Accounts.

Voted, That Joseph Bates have liberty to cut thirty hundred of Hay on John Vassal, Esquire' s estate in Cambridge, he to be accountable therefor; and that Samuel Sanger, who has the care of the Hay, be directed accordingly.

Eight Guns, collected in Princetown, were received of Mr˙ Ephraim Woolson, by the hand of Sylvanus Oak, amounting, by appraisement, to fourteen Pounds, seven Shillings, for which a receipt was given him by the Secretary.

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