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A draught of a Letter to the Delegates of the Colony of New-York, in Continental Congress, was read and approved of, and is in the words following, to wit:

In Provincial Congress, New-York, October 13, 1775.

GENTLEMEN: We enclose you the memorials from some prisoners in Albany, on neither of which shall we make any comment. You will lay such of them before the Congress as you think proper. We are, &c.

To the Delegates of the Colony of New-York, at Congress, Philadelphia.


Ordered, That a copy thereof be engrossed, and signed by the President, and, together with the papers therein mentioned, transmitted.