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FOR PENNSYLVANIA.

In Assembly, DECEMBER 15, 1774, A˙ M.

Upon motion,

Resolved, nemine contradicente, That the Hon˙ Edward Biddle, John Dickinson, Thomas Mifflin, Charles Humphreys, John Morton, and George Ross, Esquires, be, and they are hereby appointed Deputies on the part of this Province to attend the General Congress, proposed to be held at the City of Philadelphia, on the tenth day of May next; and that they, or any four of them, do meet the said Congress accordingly, unless the present grievances of the American Colonies shall before that time redressed.

Extract from the Journals:

CHARLES MOORE, Clerk of the Assembly.

In Assembly, MAY 6, 1775, A˙ M.

Resolved, nemine contradicente, That Benjamin Franklin, the Hon˙ Thomas Willing, and James Wilson, esq˙, be, and they are hereby added to the Deputies, appointed by this House to attend the Continental Congress, expected to meet the tenth instant, in this City.

Extract from the Journals:

CHARLES MOORE, Clerk of the Assembly.

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* Note. — All the Members attended except those marked thus*

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