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Henry Dougherty Appointed to the Command of the Delaware

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Resolved, That Captain Henry Dougherty be appointed to the command of the Galley building at Kensington by Mr˙ Williams, and that she be called the Delaware.

Resolved, That Captain John Rice be appointed to the command of the Galley called the Convention.

Agreeable to a Resolve of the honourable Congress and by direction of the Board, the following Commissions for Privateers were granted, viz:

To John Hamilton, of the Brig General Mifflin, of twelve carriage guns and ninety men, owned by John Cox, John Chaloner & Co.

To Charles Furgeson, commander of the Brig General Putnam, of twelve carriage guns and ninety men, owned by Matthew Irwin, Benjamin Harbeson & Co.

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