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Delivered their Accounts to the Assembly; (Moderately
Charged) [illegible] , Had them Cut off Considerably
Resolved that the following Letter Be Wrote to his Honour
the Liutenant Governour
Albany 12th September 1754
May it Please Your Honour
We Have, According to Your Order, Sent for Myndert
Wimpel, and asked him Whether He Would Go to the Senecas
Contry, With Wendle the Nephew of Mr John Renselaar,
He Replyed that He Had Several Sons, Who Understand
the Indian Language, Which he Perceives this Wendle Does
Not, and if Your Hounour Would Be Pleased to Give him
Leave to take Such of his Sons Along With him, (Who
Are Able to Do All Smith Work Which is Required therof),
He Will take upon him to Go, Else Not. He Also Informed
this Board, As [?Pe:r] Inclosed You Will find
and We have Sent for All the Principal Carpenters here
In Town About the Building of the fort, Som of them
Being Ingaged, and Others [?Sernpal] to Work and find
Materials on the Credit of the Goverment. We Shall
fix Advertizements, Both here and at Schanegtande
to try Whether We Can find Any that Will Comply
Mr Verplanck Writes us that the Present State of his family
Will Not Allow his Being Absent from home
We Remain With Great Respect
Your Honours Most Obediant
Humble Servent
Hubert Marshall
Myndert Schuiler
Cornelius Cuiler
Robert Sanders
Jacob C: Ten Eick
Peter Winne
John B: V: Renselaar
John Beekman
{The following was set forth along the left margin to the left of the letter signers:}
To the Honorable James
De Lancey Esqr His Majesties
Lieutenant Governour and
Commander In Chief of
the B Provincee Of New York
at New York
{The following commenced below the above and the letter signers:}
Resolved that the Clerk Write Advertizements
and get them fixed up, here and at Schonegtende
In the following Manner

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