Documents and Records Relating to the State of New-Hampshire; During the Period of the American Revolution, from 1776 to 1783; Including the Constitution of New-Hampshire, 1776; New-Hampshire Declaration for Independence; The

Documents and Records Relating to the State of New-Hampshire; During the Period of the American Revolution, from 1776 to 1783; Including the Constitution of New-Hampshire, 1776; New-Hampshire Declaration for Independence; The

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ...of the Committee of Congress. and desire him to order you a suitable wsggofl with four horses; when that is effected unload the waggon you flake from hence, and send it immediately back to this place, and when you have loaded the money in the other waggon, you will proceed on l_iIi'1l'l1 you arrive at Fish-Kill; you are there to deliver the money designd for Albany to the Hon'-'1 Convention of New York, or the Commanding Olficcr & request them to forward it as directed to the paym"- centse1' at Albany. From Fish-Kill you will proceed to Hartford 8: deliver one Box of Money marked C. O. to the Hon" John Lawrence. EsqTreasiirer, 8: deliver him my letter, directed to Governor Trumbull; from thence you will go on to Boston in Massachusetts Bay, and dell?' er to Henry Gardner, Esq' one Box mark'd H. G. M. & two Boxes EH. to Eben'. Hancock, Esq. dep" pay master General; from thence PTO' ceed to New Hampshire 8: deliver to the Treasurer one Box inarkd HYou will please to make the greatest dispatch in your power 8: take particular care that the waggon is constantly guarded, & he very B"-en' tive to the money in the night; You will deliver your letters safe 1:0 the persons to whom they are addressed., I have put in the Waggon a small trunk directed to R. T. Paine, which you will please to deliver to Tho' Cushing Esq'. at Boston Shou'd you want any assistance on the road apply to any persons. & shew them the order delivered you herewith, and they will afford you Aid. Be as frugal of expences as possible. I have given you four hundred dollars, with which you are to pay the expences of all the gentlemen who attend the Waggon; you are also tshow more

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