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1. For Johnson, a merchant and JQA's future father-in-law, see JA, Diary and Autobiography, 2:300. Johnson was nominated on 28 Sept. 1779, along with Jenings and a “Mr. Labouchere,” to examine the public accounts and was elected by Congress the next day { 131 } (JCC, 15:1114–1115, 1126).
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