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Papers, 1786, 1820

 File — Box: Manuscripts Group 2 Box 30, Folder: 1
Identifier: id4038

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4 Sept. 1786. Document signed by Nicholas Brumm, assigning Sarah Huston his right and interest in a bond executed by George Mitchell. Witnessed by John Reynolds and John Taylor. 30 Dec[embe]r 1820. John Taylor, Port Royal, Virginia, to [?], opposing the formation of a geographical party because of the possibility of the dissolution of the Union, and concerning a just system of weights and measures as one step towards the cementing of the Union.


  • Creation: 1786, 1820


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