Note on front of page:"The Silas Condict house where the committee of safety met, and where many important decisions of the Revoolutionary War were made. The house was roomy and had many high open fireplaces. It is written in one of the letters that more than once horses were driven into this house to keep them hidden for some time. The house was destroyed a few years ago and when the owner learned of its historical value he was greatly distressed and said would not have taken it down for any price-why did you not tell me about the place?'--- And today if there are people who know of historical places please tell us and let them be saved. Sussex Avenue and Hyndshaw road Alfred A. Whitney, last owner before house burned-used it as a golf club house." It was destroyed ca. 1900.