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Minutes of the Northampton County Committee of Safety
Northampton County (N.C.). Committee of Safety
August 05, 1775
Volume 10, Page 140

[Reprinted from the American Archives. Vol. 3. Page 40.]
Proceedings of the Safety Committee in Northampton County:

At a meeting of the Committee of the County aforesaid, the 5th day of August, 1775:

The Rev. Mr Charles Edward Taylor, Chairman:

This Committee, taking into their consideration the clandestine manner of Anthony Warwick's conveying powder from Virginia to Hillsborough, and also examining witnesses and papers relative thereto, do

Resolve, That the said Anthony Warwick has violated the Association in a flagrant manner, and showed himself in the highest degree an enemy to the rights and liberties of America; and the Committee do consider him as an object to be held in the utmost detestation by all lovers of American freedom.

Ordered, That the Clerk of this Committee do transmit a copy of the above resolve to Dixon and Hunter, to be published in their Gazette.

EATON HAYNES, Clerk to Committee.