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Minutes of the Craven County Committee of Safety
Craven County (N.C.). Committee of Safety
January 27, 1775
Volume 09, Page 1116

[Printed Handbill in Office of Secretary of State.]
Proceedings of the Safety Committee in Craven County.

Newbern, January 27, 1775.

Public notice is hereby given, that Mr. John Green and Mr. John Wright Stanly, Merchants in Newbern, have agreed with, and are appointed by, the Committee of Craven County, to receive the Subscriptions which is now, or may hereafter be raised in the said County, for the Relief of the distressed Inhabitants of Boston, and to ship the same to the port of Salem as soon as the several Subscriptions are received. Proper Stores are provided by the said Gentlemen for the reception of Corn, Pease, Pork, and such Articles as the Subscribers may choose to pay their Subscriptions in.

Those Gentlemen therefore who have taken in Subscriptions, either in Money or Effects, are desired to direct the same to be paid or delivered to the above named Mess. Green and Stanly, on or before the Middle of March next; and to send, as soon as possible, an Account of the Subscriptions which are or may be taken, by which they may be governed in receiving.

R. COGDELL, Chairman.