Warrant : New Brunswick, N.J., in favor of Joseph Holmes, 1776 Apr. 20.


Warrant : New Brunswick, N.J., in favor of Joseph Holmes, 1776 Apr. 20.

Certifies that Joseph Holmes served 21 days on the New Jersey Committee of Safety and is entitled to £6/6, to be paid by the treasurer of the Provincial Congress. Signed by Abraham Clark and John Hart, with Holmes's receipt on the verso.

1 p. ; 10 x 17 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 6756483

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