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Resolution by the New Hampshire General Court concerning the actions of other states concerning trade with Great Britain
New Hampshire. General Court
November 09, 1785
Volume 17, Page 572

PRESIDENT JOHN LANGDON OF N. H. TO GOV. CASWELL.
[From Executive Letter Book.]


State of New Hampshire,
In the House of Representatives, November 9th, 1785.

Agreeably to a report of the Committee of the whole voted: That his Excellency the President be desired to write to the several executives in the union and request to know whether their Assemblies have, or are like to join with this State, and Massachusetts in their Commercial opposition to Great Britain? Whether they have impowered Congress to regulate Commerce, or have passed, or probably will pass Acts similar to those enacted by this and the Massachusetts State, in June last, respecting the Navigation and Commerce.

And lay such information before the General Court at their next Session.

Sent for concurrence.

CHRISTR. TOPPAN, Speaker P. T.

In Senate the same day read and Concurred.

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J. PEARSON, D. Secy.