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Reports concerning attendance at the Continental Congress in April and May 1786, including cover letter from Charles Thomson to Richard Caswell
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June 01, 1786
Volume 18, Pages 639-640

HON. CHAS. THOMSON, SECRETARY OF CONGRESS, TO GOV. CASWELL.
[From Executive Letter Book.]


Office of the Secretary of Congress,
June 1st, 1786.

Sir:

Pursuant to order I have the Honor to transmit to your Excellency herewith enclosed a state of the Representation in Congress for the last two months, to be communicated to your Legislature.

In the course of this, or the ensuing week I shall transmit to your Excellency a Continuation of the Journal up to the present time.

In the mean while, I have the Honor to be,
With the greatest respect, Your Excellency's Most Obedient &
Most Humble Servant.,
CHAS. THOMSON.

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A STATE OF THE REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1786, PURSUANT TO ACT OF 17TH AUGUST, 1785.
[From Executive Letter Book.]
Members in Town
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New Hampshire---Mr. Long, Mr. Livermore
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Massachusetts—Mr. Gorham, Mr. King, Mr. Dane
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Rhode Island
Connecticut--Mr. Johnston, Mr. Mitchell
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New York—Mr. Platt, Mr. Smith, Mr. Lawrence
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New Jersey—Mr. Symmes, Mr. Hornblower
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Pennsylvania—Mr. Pettit, Mr. Bayard, Mr. Wilson, Mr. St. Clair
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Delaware
Maryland—Mr. Hindman, Hr. Haneson
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Virginia—Mr. Grayson, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Lee, Mr. Carrington
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North Carolina
South Carolina—Mr. Pinkney, Mr. Ramsey, Mr. Kean
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Georgia
The States represented
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A STATE OF THE REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1786, PURSUANT TO THE ACT OF AUGUST, 1785.
[From Executive Letter Book.]
Members in Town
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3
4
5
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9
10
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15
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29
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New Hampshire—Mr. Long
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1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
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Massachusetts—Mr. Gorham, Mr. King, Mr. Dane, Mr. Ledgewich.
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Rhode Island-Mr. Manning
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Connecticut—Mr. Johnston Mr. Mitchell
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New York—Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Smith, Mr. Haring
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New Jersey—Mr. Symmes Mr. Hornblower
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Pennsylvania-Mr Pettit, Mr. Bayard, Mr. Wilson, Mr. St. Clair
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Delaware—Mr. Patten, Mr. Rodney
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Maryland—Mr. Hindman, Mr. Haison
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Virginia-MrGrayson, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Carrington, Mr. Lee
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North Carolina—Mr. Blount, Mr. Bloodworth, Mr. White
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South Carolina—Mr. Ramsey, Mr. Pinkney, Mr. Kean
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Georgia-Mr. Houston, Mr. Fox
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The States represented
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