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Governour Skene


Tuesday, June 27, 1775.

The Congress met according to adjournment.

Upon motion, Resolved, That Governour Skene be sent under a guard to Weathersfield, or Middletown, in the County of Hartford, in Connecticut, there to be confined on his parole, not to go out of the bounds prescribed to him by Governour Trumbull.

Ordered, That the Delegates for Pennsylvania take measures to have the above Resolve carried into execution.

A Letter from the Contention of Massachusetts-Bay, dated 50th of June, received by express, together with several other Letters, were laid before the Congress and read.