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In Congress, April 23, 1778: Whereas persuasion and influence, the example of the deluded or wicked, the fear of danger, or the calamities of war, may have induced some of the subjects of these states to join, aid or abet the British forces in America
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1 sheet ( p.) ; 28 x 22 cm.
Resolution of the Continental Congress recommending pardons to British sympathizers who freely turn themselves in.
Extract from the minutes, Charles Thomson, secretary.
N-YHS copy inscribed: John McKesson; fabric lining.