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THIS Representation was signed with tlie greatest Willingness by the above One Hundred and Seventeen Free-holders in the County of Savannah, and only a very few of the General's Favourites declin'd to subscribe the same, so strong appeared to all of them the Truths therein contained, and the absolute Necessity of such an Application. The Jews applied for Liberty to sign with us; but we did not think it proper to join them in any of our Measures: We likewise did not allow Widows and Orphans to subscribe; because as the Representation contain'd the absolute Necessities of the Colony; it Might be objected to us, that they were no proper Judges. As for the People of Ebenczer, the Subscribers did particularly appoint some of their Number to wait upon Mr. Boltzius, their Pastor, and to shew him