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Letter to the Committee of Observation at Amboy and portrait, 1776 March 26.

Author: Stephen Hopkins; Henry Bryan Hall; Thomas Johnson; William Paca; Committee of Observation at Amboy (N.J.),
Publisher: [S.l.] : Etched by H.B. Hall from drawing in collection of Dr. T.A. Emmet, 1870.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Congressmen vouch for a Mr. Pots, a resident of Maryland who is returning home to England. Pots will be leaving from Amboy and carrying several letters to English correspondents from Maryland friends. None are political and all can be opened for inspection. Paca, Johnson and Hopkins are personally acquainted with Pots "and know that he is not unfriendly to America" nor is his travelling companion.
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Portraits
Named Person: Thomas Addis Emmet; Stephen Hopkins; Stephen Hopkins
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Hopkins; Henry Bryan Hall; Thomas Johnson; William Paca; Committee of Observation at Amboy (N.J.),
OCLC Number: 55227949
Notes: Forms part of the Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection.
A modern reproduction of an engraving of Hopkins accompanies the letter.
The letter is in the hand of William Paca and is co-signed by fellow Continental Congressmen Thomas Johnson and Stephen Hopkins.
Description: 2 items.
Other Titles: Stephens Hopkins letter and portrait

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The Congressmen vouch for a Mr. Pots, a resident of Maryland who is returning home to England. Pots will be leaving from Amboy and carrying several letters to English correspondents from Maryland friends. None are political and all can be opened for inspection. Paca, Johnson and Hopkins are personally acquainted with Pots "and know that he is not unfriendly to America" nor is his travelling companion.

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