Book/Printed Material In Congress, January 13, 1779 : We cannot review the progress of the revolution which has given freedom to America, without admiring the goodness and gratefully acknowledging the interposition of Divine Providence. ...

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In Congress, January 13, 1779 : We cannot review the progress of the revolution which has given freedom to America, without admiring the goodness and gratefully acknowledging the interposition of Divine Providence. ...
Contributor Names
United States. Continental Congress.
Thomson, Charles, 1729-1824.
Dunlap, John, 1747-1812, printer.
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Philadelphia : Printed by John Dunlap, [1779]
Subject Headings
-  Paper money--United States
-  Taxation--United States
-  United States--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
Genre
Broadsides--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--1779
Broadsheet format (Printing)--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--1779
Notes
-  Four resolutions on withdrawing the bills of credit of the emissions of May 20, 1777 and April 11, 1778. The three resolutions dated January 2, 5, and 14, 1779, are each signed: Extract from the minutes, Charles Thomson, secretary.
-  Evans 16566
-  Journals of the Continental Congress, 242
-  LC copy annotated on verso: Resolves Congress in January 1779 taking bills emitted May 20 1777 & April 11 1778 out of circulation.
-  Source: Transfer from Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  Pencilled on verso: 3-89-310.2. qr01 04-24-90
Medium
1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 42 x 26 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
Cont Cong no. 54
Digital Id
bdsdcc 05401 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/bdsdcc.05401
Library of Congress Control Number
90898056
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Four resolutions on withdrawing the bills of credit of the emissions of May 20, 1777 and April 11, 1778. The three resolutions dated January 2, 5, and 14, 1779, are each signed: Extract from the minutes, Charles Thomson, secretary. Evans 16566 Journals of the Continental Congress, 242 ESTC W12953 Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Transfer; Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. LC copy annotated on verso: Resolves Congress in January 1779 taking bills emitted May 20 1777 & April 11 1778 out of circulation. Pencilled on verso: 3-89-310.2. qr01 04-24-90
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United States Continental Congress, Charles Thomson, John Dunlap, and Continental Congress Broadside Collection. In Congress,: We cannot review the progress of the revolution which has given freedom to America, without admiring the goodness and gratefully acknowledging the interposition of Divine Providence. [Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, 1779] Online Text. https://www.loc.gov/item/90898056/.

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United States Continental Congress, Thomson, C., Dunlap, J. & Continental Congress Broadside Collection. (1779) In Congress,: We cannot review the progress of the revolution which has given freedom to America, without admiring the goodness and gratefully acknowledging the interposition of Divine Providence. [Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap] [Online Text] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/90898056/.

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United States Continental Congress, et al. In Congress,: We cannot review the progress of the revolution which has given freedom to America, without admiring the goodness and gratefully acknowledging the interposition of Divine Providence. [Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, 1779] Online Text. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/90898056/>.