Contains 115 Results:
"Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament for the apprehending and bringing to condigne punishment, all such lewd persons as shall steal, sell, buy, inveigle, purloyne, convery, or receive any little children.", 1645 May 9
Francis Nicholson, "On board his Majestys [sic] ship Shoreman without ye Capes of Virginia," to Board of Trade, Virginia, 1700 June 10
Poem, printed for "Fr. Maggot, at the Sign of the Hickory Tree in Queens Street" in Williamsburgh [sic], Virginia, entitled, "The Loyal Address of the Clergy of Virginia", 1702
Indenture from John Boswell to Thomas Booth granting land in Gloucester County, Virginia, 1705 May 16
Includes an address from the King of England, George III, to the House of Commons; and the proceedings of the Sons of Liberty in the colony of Maryland. See Misc. Mss. Oversize file. 1 p. Pst. of D. Incomplete.
Sends the letter via Mr. Morse as a manner by which he can introduce him, Morse, to the Baylor family; sent a long letter via Capt. Fox "concerning the future Plan of my Education;" "The taxes will be repeat'd except, that of the tea." See Misc. Mss. Oversize file. 1 p. Pst. of ALS.
Bond of Lewellin Epes and William Randolph of the "Colony and Dominion of Virginia" for 500 sterling to be paid to John Carter, 1730 April 13
"A Map of Brafferton Lordship in the North Riding of the County of York belonging to the College of William and Mary at Williamsburg...by William Page, Surveyor, in Wakefield", 1771 June
Warrant for the arrest of Nathaniel Saunders and William McClanahan for illegal preaching; signed by George Wetherall, 1773 August 21
Indenture between William and Mary Holt of the borough of Norfolk and Sarah Jerdone of the county of Louisa for 677 pounds, 16 shillings, and 3 pence sterling, 1775 January 1
Orders that John Tyler, Charles West, John Taylor, William Whitely, or any three of them be given the land necessary to build a road from Charles Pullen's to Joe's Mill. 1 p. ALS.
List of questions and answers regarding the "Examinant's" account with Thomas Jett and the "Leeds Store and Merchandizes therein contained at the time when you landed in America", post 1776
Advertisements concern such topics as rewards for lost or stolen horses, runaway slaves, items for sale, items found, and one warning to all persons not to deal with Frances Gill" for she has deserted her bed and board." See Misc. Mss. Oversize file. 2 pp. Pst. of PM.
Informs the Board of the status of its cargo onboard the schooner, "The Committee," which had been captured and later rescued by an American Privateer; expects that "future operations shall be attended with better successes." 1 p. Cy of ALS.
Reports that they just arrived last night; states that "we have but two waggons and are much in want of supply;" asks for a loan of supplies; resorts that he was "informed by Mr. Underwood about fairly good Beaver at Richmond." 1 p. Cy of ALS.
Richard Call, Cumberland Old Court House, Cumberland County, Virginia, to Major General Baron Steuben, Albemarle County, Virginia, 1781 August 22
Gives a lengthy and detailed account of his journey from Louisa County to Yorktown with his wife; describes all the people they met and places visited. Printed in the William & Mary Quarterly Historical Magazine XI (1903): 180-191. 28 pp. AMss. Incomplete.