Order : Philadelphia, 1787 Feb. 1.

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Pennsylvania. Supreme Executive Council. Order : Philadelphia, 1787 Feb. 1.

Order : Philadelphia, 1787 Feb. 1.

Orders the state treasurer, David Rittenhouse, to pay John Armstrong part of his salary as secretary to the Council. Signed by Benjamin Franklin as president and endorsed by John Nicholson.

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