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Mr˙ Goddard' s Plan for establishing an American Post Office


WILLIAMSBURG, August 11, 1774. — Mr˙ Goddard' s proposals and plan for establishing an American Post Office on constitutional principles, which appears, by Letters from the Committees of Correspondence, and principal gentlemen of many respectable Provinces and towns, to have met with the most generous patronage and warmest approbation, were agitated at the late Convention of the Representatives of this Colony, who justly considered the object Mr˙ Goddard is pursuing of great importance to America, highly worthy the attention of the general Congress, and, as such, particularly recommended it to the gentlemen appointed Delegates from this Colony.