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Letter to the Continental Congress

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A draught of a Letter to the Continental Congress, to cover a copy of the Letter of the 6th of June, from the Committee of Intelligence at Charlestown, in South-Carolina, and a copy of General Gage' s Letter to Governour Martin, of the 12th of April last, was read and approved of, and is in the words following, to wit:

In Provincial Congress, New-York, June 29, 1775.

GENTLEMEN: We lately received a Letter from the Committee of Intelligence at Charlestown, in South-Carolina, covering a copy of a letter from General Gage to Governour Martin. From the importance of the contents of those Letters, we have thought it our indispensable duty to transmit copies of them to your respectable body.

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We are, gentlemen, most respectfully, your faithful friends and humble servants. By order.

To the Honourable the Continental Congress.

Ordered, That a copy thereof be engrossed and signed by the President, and, together with copies of the Letters therein mentioned, be sent by the first conveyance.

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