A Motion of Mr. Dane
Imprint. That a Committee of Five be appointed to examine how far the several States have complied with, and adopted the Alteration of the Eight Article of the Confederation and perpetual Union, recommended by Congress, April 18, 1783, and to consider and report, what further Measures are proper to be adopted by Congress, for carrying into Effect a Federal Rule for apportioning Federal Taxes on the several States. The Committee consisting of Mr. Dane, Mr. Grayson, Mr. Mitchel, Mr. Monroe, and Mr. Kean, to whom was referred the Motion of Mr. Dane, of February 27, 1786. Followed by the report. The imprint was folded and the corners were chewed off. There are doodles on the verso.
Bay 1, Column 1, LHC Series 2
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