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Permission given to Joseph Monson, of New-Haven, to transport twenty-six head of Cattle to the West-Indies


Upon the Memorial of Joseph Monson of New-Haven, praying for permission to transport in the Sea-Flower, to the West-Indies, twenty-six head of Cattle, by him purchased for that purpose, before laying the embargo by this Assembly;

Resolved, That said Monson have liberty, and he is hereby permitted, to transport said Cattle in said vessel to the West-India Islands.