Asa Ware (1805)

“Thursday, December 5, 1805

Also, a petition of Asa Ware, of Wrentham, in the State of Massachusetts, praying an increase of his pension as a wounded soldier in the service of the United States.”

“Friday, March 28, 1806

Mr. John C. Smith, from the Committee of Claims, to whom were referred, during the present session, the several petitions of Spafford Ames, James Armstrong, Edmund Brooke, Jacob Barnitz, Ebenezer Brown, Elijah Cady, Robert Connelly, James Cole, Philip Chaplin, Terrence Duffy, George I. Deagen, Samuel Dowdney, Jonathan Dunn. John Devoe, Peter D. Demarest, Daniel Eldridge, Edward Fitzpatrick, Richard Garette, Francis Gray, Joseph Huntoon, Thomas Holmes, John Hardyman, John Hopper, Reuben Ilosmer, John Lowry, David Lewis, John Little, John Maynard, James M’Lure, Simeon Noyes, William Petry, Nathan Putnam, Thomas Scotland, Thomas Snowden, Reuben Sitlaway, Frederick Segeran, William Stoker, John Tozer, Nathaniel Thompson, Razaiel Woodworth, Robert B.Wilkins, Enoch Wills, Bayze Wells, Asa Ware, and Vassel White, made a report thereon ; which was read, and considered : Whereupon,

Resolved, That the farther consideration of the foregoing petitions be postponed indefinitely, and that the petitioners, severally,be permitted to withdraw their respective petitions and papers.”

Reference Data:

Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, 1826, pages 189 and 348

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