April 4. 1776. We did great Things again.
Agreable to the order of the Day, the Congress resolved itself into a Committee of
the whole to take into Consideration the Trade of the United Colonies, and after some
time spent thereon, the President resumed the Chair and Mr. Harrison reported that
the Committee had taken into Consideration the matters referred to them and had come
to sundry Resolutions, which he was ordered to deliver in. The Resolutions agreed
to by the Committee of the whole Congress being read, Ordered to lie on the Table.