Tuesday April 30. 1776. Congress took into Consideration the Report of the Committee
on General Washingtons Letter of the 24 of March, whereupon resolved as in the Journal.1
Of some importance but nothing to the great Objects still kept out of Sight.
The Delegates from New Jersey having laid before Congress a number of Bills counterfeited
to imitate the continental Bills of Credit
Resolved that a Committee of six be appointed to consider of this matter and report
thereon to Congress.
The Members chosen Mr. W. Livingston, Mr. McKean, Mr. Sherman, Mr. J. Adams, Mr. Braxton
and Mr. Duane.2
Adjourned to Thursday.