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Title:[Letter to the] Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Representatives / W[illia]m Blount : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Blount, W[illia]m

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Date: ca. 1795
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a letter to the House of Representatives of either Tennessee or the U.S. of unknown date. William Blount writes that he agrees with the House's decision concerning the militia.
Collection:Governor William Blount Papers
Document: sl726

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Mr Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Representatives

we concur with you with respect to the amendments by you proposed to the Bill for the Better establishment and regulation of the militia, and name Messr. [Misters] Rutledge & Ford to see the same executed

Wm [William] Blount [unclear: S. S. ]
By order G [George] Roulstone CS. [Clerk of the Senate]

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[added: Militia Bill]

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