Wythe & Archibald Cary to Virginia Delegates, 4 June 1777

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"Wythe to Virginia Delegates, 4 June 1777, pg 1." Image from The Papers of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789.

George Wythe informs the Virginia Delegates that they will represent Virginia in the United States Congress.

Letter text

Page 1

Gentlemen,

I have the honour to send you the inclosed appointment of you to represent the common wealth as delegates in the congress of the united states, and am,

Gentlemen,
Your obedient Servant,
G. Wythe.
Williamsburg.
4 June 1777.

Page 2

"Wythe to Virginia Delegates, 4 June 1777, pg 2." Image from The Papers of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789.

The hon. the Delegates of Virginia

in the Congress of the united States

Philadelphia.

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