Proceedings of the Congress at New-York.
Stamp Act Congress

THURSDAY, October 24, 1765.

The Congress met according to Adjournment.

The Congress took into Consideration, the Manner in which their several Petitions should be preferred and sollicited in Great-Britain, and came to the following Determination, viz.

It is recommended by the Congress, to the several Colonies, to appoint special Agents for solliciting Relief from their great Grievances, and unite their utmost Interest and Endeavours for that Purpose.

Voted Unanimously, That the Clerk of this Congress Sign the Minutes of their Proceedings, and deliver a Copy for the Use of each Colony and Province.

By Order of the Congress, JOHN COTTON, Clerk.