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In Council of Safety. Lancaster, 21st October, 1777
In Council. Philadelphia, July 9th, 1778: Sir, As it is of great importance to the reputation of the state, that attention be paid to the settlement of the public accounts in due time
PennsylvaniaSupreme Executive Council.Council of SafetyBryan, George1731-1791Lacey, John1755-1814
Shipton & Mooney
American loyalistsConfiscationsHistoryConfiscations and contributions
1 sheet ( p.) ; 32 x 20 cm.
Ordering the county commissioners to deliver a written account of any property confiscated from loyalists, according to the "ordinance of the late Council of Safety," Oct. 21, 1777 (Evans 15529).
Signed: By order of Council, [blank] To [blank] Esquire, one of the commissioners for the county of [blank].
N-YHS copy: blank form completed in manuscript; signed: Geo. Bryan, vice president; addressed to: "John Lacey jun." Esquire, one of the commissioners for the county of "Bucks."