Treasury-Office, January 12, 1779.

Sir, In pursuance of the directions of Congress, the Board of Treasury have prepared instructions, which by their order I inclose you, for conducting the business of exchanging the emissions of May 20, 1777, and April 11, 1778.

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  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Economic aspects.

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 16640.
ContributionsGibson, John, 1729-1782.
The Physical Object
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Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
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Book/Printed Material Instructions from the Board of Treasury to the respective commissioners of the Continental loan-offices: Treasury-Office, January 12, You will please forthwith to procure a large book, intitled, "A Register of Bills", deposited in order for exchange.

Instructions from the Board of Treasury to the respective commissioners of the Continental loan-offices: Treasury-Office, January 12, You will please forthwith to procure a large book, (intitled, "A Register of Bills," deposited in order for exchange.

Treasury-Office, January 12, Sir, In pursuance of the directions of Congress, the Treasury-Office of Treasury have prepared instructions, which by their order I inclose you, for conducting the business of exchanging the emissions of May 20,and April 11, Instructions from the Board of Treasury to the respective commissioners of the Continental loan-offices: Treasury-Office, January 12, You will please forthwith to procure a large book, intitled, "A Register of Imprint supplied by Bristol.

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