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Letter from Dr. Franklin, dated London, May 7, laid before the House


Tuesday, September 20. — Ordered, That Mr˙ Miles and Mr˙ Humphreys wait on the Governour, and acquaint him, that the House having met, in pursuance of their adjournment, they are ready to receive any business he may be pleased to lay before them.

Mr˙ Rhoads delivered at the table a Letter to the Committee of Correspondence from Benjamin Franklin, Esq˙, dated London, the seventh of May last, acquainting them with the result of the Board of Trade on sundry Acts of the General Assembly of this Province, passed February the 26th, 1773, and that two other Acts of the same sitting will probably be repealed, for certain reasons mentioned in the said Letter.