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Circular letter from Charles Thomson to the state governors
Thomson, Charles, 1729-1824
February 15, 1788
Volume 21, Page 447

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CHAS. THOMPSON TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA.
[From Executive Letter Book.]


Office of Secretary of Congress,
February 15, 1788.

(Circular.)

Sir:

I have the honor to transmit to your Excellency herewith enclosed an Act passed the 12th instant, by the United States in Congress Assembled for Granting Sea Letters to American Vessels bound on long and distant Voyages.

That the Mercantile part of your State may be fully informed of this Act, I have to request the favour of your Excellency that you will be pleased to cause it to be published in the Publick or made known to them in such other way as your Excellency may think proper.

With the greatest respect, I have the Honour to be
Your Excellency’s most obedient most Humble Servant,
CHAS. THOMSON.