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Circular letter from Charles Thomson to the state governors
Thomson, Charles, 1729-1824
July 02, 1787
Volume 20, Page 732

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HON. CHARLES THOMSON TO GOV. CASWELL.
(From Executive Letter Book.)

(Circular.)


Office of Secretary of Congress, July 2d, 1787.

Sir:

An absence, with which Congress was pleased to indulge me in the beginning of May for the transaction of some private business, having interrupted the regular Monthly returns, I have now the honor of transmitting to your Excellency a state of the Representation in Congress for the Months of April, May and June.

I send also herewith enclosed an Act of 3d May repealing the requisition of 21st October last; an Ordinance for settling the Accounts between the United States & Individual States passed the 7th of May, & two Copies of the Journals from the first Monday in November to the 10th May inclusive, one for the Legislative and the other for the Executive branch of Government.

With the highest esteem & respect,
I have the honor to be Your Excelly’s most
Obedient & most Humble Servt.,
CHAS. THOMSON.