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Colonel Laurens appointed Envoy-Extraordinary to France-Mr.
Regrets that the Assembly had not taken up the subject of the
gress had been made in levying soldiers.
Amold's incursion into Virginia-Further information relative to
Copy of a letter (from General WASHINGTON] to
Messrs. PENDLETON, WYTHE, and JEF-
Sends a copy of the (State) Constitutions printed by Congress.
The controversy relative to Vermont in a train for decision.
Proceedings in Congress relative to the territorial cessions, and
taining letters from Mr. Deane believed to be spurious.
Opening of the bank instituted under the auspices of Congress-
in Great Britain to capture, &c.
The perplexity of Congress with the case of Vermont.
Concern occasioned by the repeal of the impost act by Virginia.
Corrects his misinformation respecting the privilege of the new
bank to issue circulating notes.
Papers procured by Col. Campbell from the Cherokees were not
send no more.
Urges him to persevere in tracing the title of Virginia to ber
claims, and some facts relative to the subject stated.
Negotiations in Europe relative to the proposed mediation of Vi-
have reported in favor of Vermont-Observations relating to the
Congress, May 1, 1784, 123.
To Edmund RANDOLPHI. Philadelphia, May 21,
The resolution of the House of Delegates touching the exportation