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Resolution by the Continental Congress concerning state quotas of money for the war, including circular letter from Robert Morris to the state governors
United States. Continental Congress
September 20, 1782
Volume 16, Pages 414-415

FROM HON. ROBT. MORRIS TO GOV. MARTIN.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

[Circular.]


Office of Finance, Sept. 20th, 1782.

Sir:

Since my Letter of the 12th Instant Congress have been pleased

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on the 10th to pass another Act on the same subject, of which I do myself the honor to enclose a Copy.

With Perfect Respect, &c.,
ROBT. MORRIS.

A RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

September 18th, 1782.

On Motion:

Resolved, That the sum of one million two hundred thousand Dollars required to be raised by the Resolution of the 4th and which was quoted upon the several States by an Act of the 10th of the present month of September be, when received, Credited to the several States on Interest to be hereafter adjusted agreeably to the Resolution of the 6th of October, 1779.

CHAS. THOMPSON, Secretary.