STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS-BAY. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JUNE 8, 1779. Whereas by a Resolve of the late General Court of the 6th of February last, it is among other Things resolved, that the Selectmen and Committees respectively of the several Towns in this State who have supplied the Families of the Soldiers in the Continental Army for three Years of during the War, shall make up their Accounts for past Supplies as soon as may be, and for future Supplies on the first Day of January yearly, and lay them before the General Court for Examination and Allowance.... [followed by five lines of text and a chart outlining the form for the accounts]

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS-BAY. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JUNE 8, 1779. Whereas by a Resolve of the late General Court of the 6th of February last, it is among other Things resolved, that the Selectmen and Committees respectively of the several Towns in this State who have supplied the Families of the Soldiers in the Continental Army for three Years of during the War, shall make up their Accounts for past Supplies as soon as may be, and for future Supplies on the first Day of January yearly, and lay them before the General Court for Examination and Allowance.... [followed by five lines of text and a chart outlining the form for the accounts]

[Boston: Printed by Thomas & John Fleet, 1779] Imprint supplied by Evans. Broadside. 25 x 19 cm. Old fold lines, short separation along one fold slightly affecting a word or two of text, but all legible, shallow chipping at edges. Signed in type by John Hancock, Speaker, In Council, June 8, 1779, and John Avery Dep. Sec'ry. The chart allowed a column for each soldier's family, as well as columns to record articles supplied including Indian Corn, Rye, Potatoes per bushel, pork and beef per pound, etc., their current prices, stated prices, and sums paid by the families. ESTC: NYPL, Mass. Hist. Soc. EVANS 16364 FORD 2189, which adds Boston Public Lib. Item #63944

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