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Above 100 Men Whoom We Look for Every Minute, and Expect
then More of the Particulars
We Remain With Great Respect
Your Honours Most Humble Servent
Hubert Marshall
Myndert Schuiler
Cornelius Cuiler
Robert Sanders
Peter Winne
Jacob C: Ten Eick
Johannes Beekman
{The following is to the left of the names:}
P..S. our People is Just Now
Come Home from Hosack
and Say No More [?at] Above

Resolved that a Letter Be Wrote to Myndert Wimple, at Which
the following is a Copy

Albany 5th September 1754
Sir
by Order of the Commissioner of Indian affaires, am
to acquaint Desire You to Come Down to Albany, [illegible]
on the Request of the Governour
I am Sir Your Humble Ser[?]
Abraham Yates Jur: Dep: Secretary
{A line of separation follows}
at a Meeting of the Commissioners at Latreges Sept 6th
1754
{The following was set forth along the left margin:}
Present
Col Marshall
Col M Schuiler
the Mayor
the Recorder
Jacob C: T: Eikc
John Beekmen
Peter Winne
{The following began to the right of the attendance list:}
a Letter Wass Delivered In at this Board,
from his Honour the Liutenant Governour
at New York By the Express
{A line of separation follows}
At at Meeting of the Commissioners at
the House of Edward Williams Septemr 10th 1754
{The following was along the left margin:}
Present
the Mayor
the Recorder
Cornelius Cuiler
Jacob C. T: Eick
Col M: Schuyler
Hubert Marshal
Capt Winne
John Beekman
{The following began to the right of the attendance list:}
Resolved By this Board that the
following Letter Be Wrote to his
Honour the Lieutenant Governour of
New York
Albany 10 Septemr 1754
May it Please Your Honour
We Have Recei:d Yours of the [?]th Instant
By the Express, and Noted the Contents=

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