June 2


Die Soils, 9 ho˙ A˙ M˙, June 2, 1776.

The Congress met pursuant to adjournment.

Present: Brigadier-General Woodhull, President.

FOR NEW-YORK. — Colonel Broome, Mr˙ Denning, Mr˙ Randall, Mr˙ Van Zandt, Mr˙ Duane.

FOR ALBANY. — Mr˙ Ten Broeck, Mr˙ Glenn, Mr˙ Cuyler.

FOR SUFFOLK. — Gen˙ Woodhull, Mr˙ Strong, Mr˙ Gelston.

FOR ORANGE. — Mr˙ Van Houten, Mr˙ Little.

FOR DUTCHESS. — Mr˙ De Lavergne, Mr˙ Livingston, Mr˙ Paul Schenck.

FOR QUEEN' S. — Mr˙ Samuel Townshend, Mr˙ James Townshend.

FOR ULSTER. — Colonel Hasbrouck, Major Parks.

FOR CHARLOTTE. — Mr˙ Webster.

FOR TRYON. — Mr˙ Moore, Mr˙ Harper.

Colonel Broome reported that Mr˙ Glenn and himself had waited on General Putnam, with Captain Varick' s Letter on behalf of General Schuyler, requesting two tons of Oakum to be sent to Albany immediately, and had delivered the message directed to them by this Congress; that General Putnam informed them that the Order should be executed without delay, if so much Oakum can be obtained.