Appointment of a Special Agent to Assist in Mohegan Land Controversy

This Assembly do appoint William Samuel Johnson, Esq., a special agent for this colony to repair to Great Britain with all convenient expedition there to assist Mr. Agent Jackson in preparing, soliciting, and managing for and in behalf of said colony, the case of the Mohegan Indians lying by appeal of Mason in behalf of said Indians before the King’s Most Excellent Majesty in Council. 

            Legislative Action:        Passed in the Lower House.  Test, William Williams Clerk.  Concurred

in the Upper House. Test, George Wyllys, Secretary / October 1766 / No. 1 / Entered

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