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Papers from Massachusetts, May 15, 1775


In Provincial Congress, Watertown, May 15, 1775.

Resolved. That David Cheever, Esquire, for reasons by him offered, be excused from serving in the business to which he was appointed by a resolve of this Congress, passed the 12th instant, for establishing Post-Offices and Post Riders; and that Mr˙ William Greenleaf, Joseph Greenleaf, Esquire, and Mr˙ John Pitts, be added to the Committee then appointed.

JOSEPH WARREN, President pro tem.