Committee's Second Report on the Mohegan Case

To The Honorable the General Assembly now Sitting at New Haven

Your Honors committee appointed to consider what is further necessary to be done concerning the case

of the Mohegan Indians on the representation of Eliphalet Dyer, Esq., beg leave to report it as our  opinion that it is expedient that a special agent be appointed to join with and assist Mr. Agent Jackson in the management of said case, and that he repair with all convenient expedition to the Court of Great Britain, and that a committee be appointed by this Assembly to make all the needful preparations for the purpose aforesaid.

Signed per order,

Jonathan Trumbull

New Haven, October 27, 1766

            Notation:                      Second report

            Legislative Action:        In the Upper House, the above report of the committee is accepted and

approved.  Test, George Wyllys, Secretary.  In the Lower House, this report is accepted and approved.  Test, William Williams, Clerk

Committee’s second report / Mohegan affair /  October 1766 / Passed Upper House / October 28 p.m. / Passed Lower House / Report / Bill / Passed Lower House / Passed Upper House / October 30 a.m. / Entered

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