Captain Hamilton' s Artillery Company allowed the same pay as the Continental Artillery

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Die Solis, 9 ho˙ A˙ M˙, May 26, 1776.

Present:

FOR NEW-YORK. — Mr˙ Randall, Colonel Broome, Colonel Remsen, Mr˙ Bancker.

FOR ALBANY.

FOR DUTCHESS.

FOR KING' S. — Mr˙ Polhemus.

FOR SUFFOLK. — General Woodhull, Mr˙ Wickham, Mr˙ Gelston.

FOR WESTCHESTER. — Mr˙ Tompkins, Mr˙ Paulding, Mr˙ Haviland.

FOR ULSTER. — Colonel Hasbrouck, Mr˙ Brewster, Major Parks, Mr˙ Cantine.

FOR ORANGE. — Mr˙ Haring.

FOR CHARLOTTE. — Mr˙ Webster, Colonel Malcom.

FOR TRYON. — Mr˙ Moore, Mr˙ Harper.

A Letter from Captain Alexander Hamilton, dated this day, requesting for his Company the pay of the Continental Army, the bounty of Frocks, and some expenses of his Officers in recruiting, was read and filed.

Thereupon, Resolved, That the Artillery Company of the said Captain Hamilton be allowed the same pay as the Continental Artillery, and that the said Captain Hamilton receive ten Shillings for every man he has or shall inlist, not exceeding one hundred men, and that each of the men of said Company be allowed a Frock as bounty.