Colonel Curtenius requested to acquaint the Convention with the quantities of lead he has shipped from New-York, Norwood, Commissar

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On motion, Ordered, That Colonel Curtenius be requested to acquaint the Convention with the quantities of bar and other Lead he has shipped off from New-York, the places where sent to, and the names of the persons in whose hands they are deposited, and of the residue of other Military Stores remaining in his hands.

Ordered, That Mr˙ Richard Norwood, Commissary, make a return to the Convention of this State, of the Stores by him lately delivered to Zebediah Mills, and of those sent to General Clinton' s encampment, or otherwise sent out of the city of New-York, and of such Stores, if any, as he may have on hand.

Abraham W˙ Depeyster being called in at the request of a member, and desired to give such information respecting Joseph Reade, Esq˙, as he had heard, Mr˙ Depeyster having mentioned sundry matters which he had heard of him, was directed to withdraw, and reduce his testimony to writing, in form of an affidavit, and bring it to this Committee.