Proposition to Agree Upon a Temporary Line Between Pennsylvania and Virginia


A Letter was read from the Delegates of the State of Virginia, now in the Congress, proposing that a temporary line between Pennsylvania and Virginia may be agreed upon, until a final determination may be had, and declaring their readiness to confer on this subject with any gentlemen this House may be pleased to appoint for that purpose. The same being considered, it was

Ordered, That the further consideration thereof be deferred to Thursday morning next.

On motion, Resolved, That application be made to General Roberdeau, requesting him to issue an order for permitting John Morris, Esq˙, and Jacob Garrigues to return to this City, they being appointed to the offices of Secretary and Assistant Clerk to this Convention.

Adjourned till to-morrow morning, eight o' clock.