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The Committee on the Petition and Accounts of the Selectmen of the Town of Salem, for Fire-Arms, Blankets,


and other necessaries for the Army, reported. Read and accepted.

Resolved, That Henry Gardner, Esq˙, Treasurer, &c˙, be, and he hereby is directed to pay to the Selectmen of Salem the sum of three hundred and seventy-two Pounds, four Shillings, and eight Pence farthing, in full of their accounts, excepting the sum of seven Pounds, six Shillings, and one Penny half-penny, charged for billeting Soldiers to the Camp, which is not yet considered.

In Council, October 21, 1775: Read and concurred.