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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1773 to April 1774
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Appendix. 425

with the Letter from your Committee of Correspondence, I laid
before the House of Deputies of this Colony at their Meeting the
last Week.

The House thoroughly convinced that a firm Union of the Col-
onies is absolutely necessary for the Presentation of their antient
legal and constitutional Rights, and that the Measures proposed by
your House of Burgesses will greatly promote so desirable an End,
came, Nemine Contradicente, into the Resolution's of which I have
the Honor now to inclose you a Copy.

I am desired to inform you that the Committee, appointed by our
House of Deputies, will, as soon as possible, transmit to the Com-
mittee of Correspondence of Virginia the best Account they shall
be able to obtain, respecting the Court of Inquiry lately held in
this Colony.

I am, with great respect

Your most obedient Servant

Metcalf Bowler.
The Honble. Peyton Randolph Esqr

[Endorsed on back] Metcalf Bowler Rhode Island May 15, 1773.

In the House of Deputies
May 7th 1773

Resolv'd that a Standing Committee of Correspondance and en-
quiry be appointed to consist of seven Persons to wit The Honble
Stephen Hopkins Esq.r Metcalf Bowler, Moses Brown John Cole,
William Bradford, Henry Ward, J. Henry Merchant Esq.r any
four of whom to be a Committee whose Business it shall be to
obtain the most early and Authentick Intelligence of all such
Acts and Resolutions of the British Parliament or Proceedings
of Administration as may relate to or affect the British Colonies in
America and to keep up and maintain a Correspondance and Com-
munication with our Sister Colonies respecting these important Con-
siderations And the result of such their Proceedings from Time to
Time to lay before this House

Voted p Ord.r J. Lyndon Cler

The above written is a true Copy of a Note of the House
of Deputies or Lower House of Assembly of the Colony
of Rhode Island

Teste Josias Lyndon Cler

[Endorsed on back] Resolution of the Legislature of Rhode Island
May 7.th 1773.

In the House of Deputies.
May 7th 1773

Whereas this House hath Appointed a Committee of Correspon-
dance with Committees of the other Colonies in North America


 

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