Return to Search Page Your search returned 2891 record(s). Pages : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 Next Page thanks Morison for his kindness in England and describes Banister's time in Virginia. involved the amount of 3000 acres to Mc Queen "opposite to Augusta fort and from thence to Horse Creek; Involved the amount of 1300 acres to Gaddsden "on the far side of the Pedee River"; Signed by Samuel Mowbray. Rule involves John Stiles, David Barclay, James Jackson and John Leake.
It touches on the barbarous acts of and military engagements with the Indians, crops, plants, trees, animals, and trade between the colonists and Indians in the handwriting of Dr. regards a peace proposal in America between Indians, the French, and "the white people" in the nation based upon the expectation of a trade agreement; concern about mixed signals regarding war and the state of Indian prisoners "Barnes agrees to leave to Ballendine all the negroes known and the Sugar lands." Ballendine agrees to pay Mr. Also: Sale of John Mercer's Effects after the death of his wife. "John Lawrence, Adam Mott, William Baker and David Barclay [should] be made defendants instead of the now defendant John Stiles." Adams regrets having left Elizabeth "pale and unwell; " Adams is about to leave for "Lion-Vale" hoping to make "a visit to the Springs"; Adams is to see a man in the following week about land he told Elizabeth about "in Amherst County" "A resolution of the committee of public claims that Arthur Dent ought to be allowed the sum of twenty five pounds for his present relief and the further sum of five pounds per annum during his life, a recompense for the wounds he received" letter was to be "received at the hands of Mr.
Barnes" 173 pounds for the first year and 225 pounds for "every year after during his life." inventory of John Mercer's library made by his son James prior to the sale of Mrs. Robsamen who is appointed by the General Congress to Superintendent of the Salt Petre"; Bland is to take Robsamen "under [his] care" and assist him by "showing him warehouses" and letting him experiment Page has confidence in Fleming's ability to secure people under his leadership and sends "powder for your protection; Page has heard from Congress that the Northern Indians are friendly and have withdrawn their assistance to "our" enemies Hancock is Deputy Paymaster General of the Army of the United States of America; payment in the amount of 1800 pounds, "equal to six thousand dollars" for the defraying of necessary expenses; endorsed by Chase to John Appleton with his receipt Heron was "of the township and County of York"; Hand "obliges himself to furnish" Heron with "four milk cows, two draught horses, a Plantation wagon, and [illegible] for four horses and farming tools"; also signed by Heron and two witnesses regards the "removal of several Gentlemen of this City by Council, out of the State. Stamford, Committee of Claims, introduction of a resolution for the redemption of slaves with colonizing them comfortably in Africa, and on five thousand acres west of the Mississippi mentioned: Juliana E.
They have uniformly manifested in their general Character and Conservation a Disposition highly inimical to the Cause of America." Clapperton was of the Parish of St. Dandridge, Lavinia W Dandridge, John Williams & Sianna A.
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