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Letter to the Continental Congress


Friday, October 13, 1775.

Lieutenant William Clark, chosen by the Inhabitants of the Town of Gageborough, to represent them in the room of Captain William Clark, deceased, (as was made to appear by a Certificate from the Selectmen of said Town,) was admitted to a seat in the said House.

Jabez Fisher, Esq˙, brought down the Bill for the better regulating the Militia of this Colony.

Voted, That four o' clock, in the afternoon, be assigned for the consideration of the Report of a Committee relative to Saltpetre.

The Letter prepared to be sent to the Continental Congress read again, and recommitted for amendment; and the Committee were directed to estimate the charge of the Massachusetts Forces, agreeable to our own establishment.