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Message from the North Carolina General Assembly to Thomas Burke
North Carolina. General Assembly
April 24, 1782
Volume 16, Pages 300-301

TO GOV. THOS. BURKE FROM SPEAKERS OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

Hillsboro, 24th April, 1782.

Sir:

We have the honor of transmitting to you the enclosed vote of the General Assembly, and it is with pleasure that we for and in behalf of the Senate and House of Commons present you with their thanks for you steady and constant attention to the duties of your

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office and close application to and dispatch of the public business whilst you was Governor of this State.

We have the Honor to be,
With Great Respect, Sir,
Your Most Obedient Servants,
R. CASWELL,
Speaker of the Senate.
THOS. BENBURY,
Speaker of the House of Commons.