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Le Roy


Die Veneris, 9 ho˙ A˙ M˙, March 15, 1776.

The Congress met pursuant to adjournment.

Present: Brigadier-General Woodhull, President.

FOR NEW-YORK. — Mr˙ Sands, Mr˙ Randall, Mr˙ Van Cortlandt, Mr˙ Rutgers, Captain Rutgers, Colonel McDougall, Mr˙ Evert Bancker, Colonel Lott.
FOR ALBANY. — General Ten Broeck, Mr˙ Abraham Yates, Mr˙ Gansevoort, Colonel Nicoll, (on service.)
FOR SUFFOLK. — General Woodhull, Mr˙ Hobart, Mr˙ Gelston.
FOR DUTCHESS. — Col˙ Ten Broeck, Colonel M˙ Graham, Major R˙ G˙ Livingston.
FOR KING' S. — Mr˙ Polhemus.
FOR ULSTER. — Mr˙ Rhea, Mr˙ Lefever, Colonel Palmer, (on service.)
FOR ORANGE. — Colonel Hay, Colonel Allison.
FOR RICHMOND. — Mr˙ Adrian Bancker.
FOR WESTCHESTER. — Mr˙ Paulding.
FOR CHARLOTTE. — Colonel John Williams.
FOR CUMBERLAND. — Colonel William Williams.
FOR TRYON. — Mr˙ Moore.

The Congress were informed that Mr˙ Jacob Le Roy says Dr˙ William Farquhar told him he might depend on it that the Ministry would exert their utmost force against the Colonies, and that sixty thousand foreign Troops were coming over.

Ordered, That Mr˙ Pettit, the Doorkeeper, call on Jacob Le Roy, Esq˙, and Dr˙ William Farquhar, and request them respectively to attend at the Congress Chamber, in the City-Hall, immediately.