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Letter from Mr˙ Low, Chairman


Mr˙ Low, according to order, transmitted to the Committee of Correspondence, in Philadelphia, a copy of the Letter from the Committee in New-York to the Committee at Boston; with a Letter, in the words, following:

New-York, May 24, 1774.

GENTLEMEN: A copy of your letter in answer to those received by express, from Boston, having been communicated to the Committee of fifty-one persons, lately appointed by our citizens to correspond with the other Colonies on all matters of moment, I am desired by the Committee to transmit you, the enclosed copy of their letter to the Committee of Correspondence at Boston.

I am also directed to inform you that the sentiments contained in your letter, to the Committee of Boston, are much approved by our Committee, who will be happy in a free and mutual communication of sentiment on all occasions on matters so important and interesting to the American Colonies.

I have the honour to subscribe myself, with much respect and regard, by order of the Committee,

I˙ Low, Chairman.

To the Committee of Correspondence, Philadelphia.