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    1 Unknown III-A-1. Combined County Inventory of Slaves and … 1757-01-01 The Appraisements of the Estate of Danl Parke Custis According to the Returns made to the County...
    2 Unknown Orderly Book, 19 November 1758 1758-11-19 Camp Near Turtle Creek Novemr 19th 1758. Parole King George A Detachment for Fatigue consisting...
    3 Unknown III-A-2. Account of Items in the Estate Used by Martha … 1759-01-01 An Account of Sundrys taken and usd by Mrs Custis out of the Inventories No. £.  s. d. ⟨19.⟩ A...
    4 Unknown Appendix A. Account of Items Reserved for the Estate … 1759-01-01 Things reserved for the Use of the Estate & not sold No. 1. An Anchor £ 1. 2.   5. An Applemill...
    5 UNKNOWN Reasons for the Judgement: Plymouth Superior Court, May … 1768-05-01 Order’d that the aforesaid Judgment and proceedings of the Court of General Sessions of the peace...
    6 Unknown Cash Accounts, May 1768 1768-05-01 Cash May 4— To Ditto [cash] of Wm Dandridge Int. of his Bond £  22. 0.5 6— To Ditto of Dr [James]...
    7 UNKNOWN “A Journal of the Times”: 24 October 1768 1768-10-24 This day the brig Tryton, owned by Mr. D——s, a merchant of this town, was seized by order of the...
    8 UNKNOWN Minutes of the Customs Commissioners’ Proceedings: 27 … 1768-10-27 Read a Letter of the 25 Instant from the Collector and Comptroller of Boston. Ordered that the...
    9 UNKNOWN Vice Admiralty Court Minute Book Entry: 29 October 1768 1768-10-29 Wm. Sheaffe, Esqr., Dy. Collector &c. vs. Brigt. Triton. Sewal His Honor the Judge gave his...
    10 UNKNOWN Record: Suffolk Court of General Sessions, Boston … 1768-11-01 The Petition of the Selectmen of the Town of Brookline in the county of Suffolk, setting forth...
    11 UNKNOWN Writ of Certiorari: Suffolk Superior Court, Boston … 1769-07-27 To our trusty and well beloved Samuel Welles Esqr. first Justice of our Court of General Sessions...
    12 UNKNOWN Record: Middlesex Court of General Sessions, Concord … 1769-09-01 At a Court of General Sessions of the Peace begun and Held at Concord within and for the County...
    13 UNKNOWN Record: Plymouth Court of General Sessions, Plymouth … 1769-12-01 Plymouth Ss. At his Majesty’s court of general sessions of the peace, began and held at Plymouth...
    14 UNKNOWN Arraignment, Impaneling, Crown’s Opening and Evidence … 1770-09-07 On Saturday i.e. Tuesday , the 27th November, 1770, the Court being met, the prisoners were...
    15 UNKNOWN Charges to The Jury as Printed In the Annual Register … 1770-10-01 About Monday noon the judges began their charge. Judge Trowbridge, who spoke first, entered...
    16 UNKNOWN Anonymous Summary of Crown Evidence: 24–25 October 1770 1770-10-24 Edward Gerrish. I heard a noise about 8 Clock and went down to Royal Exchange lane. Saw some...
    17 UNKNOWN Anonymous Summary of Defense Evidence: 25–27 October … 1770-10-25 William Jackson. On the 5 of March I went to Capt. Preston’s lodging. Heard the bell. Ran out....
    18 UNKNOWN Anonymous Minutes of Paine’s Argument for the Crown 1770-10-29 Mr. Pain, for the Crown. It remains for me to close this Cause on the part of the Crown. It’s...
    19 UNKNOWN Adjournment: 27–28 November 1770 1770-11-27 N.B . The Court being unable to go through this trial in one day, the King’s Attorney and the...
    20 UNKNOWN Adjournment: 28–29 November 1770 1770-11-28 SIX o’clock, p.m. the Court adjourned to Thursday morning   29 November   Nine o’clock. Thursday...
    21 UNKNOWN Adjournment: 29–30 November 1770 1770-11-29 FIVE o’clock p.m. the Court adjourned till next morning, Friday,   30 November nine o’clock....
    22 UNKNOWN Transcript of Remaining Defense Evidence: 30 November–1 … 1770-11-30 On the evening of the 5th of March I was at my lodgings, I heard a noise, and went out towards...
    23 UNKNOWN Adjournment: 4–5 December 1770 1770-12-04 TUESDAY 4 December , half past FIVE o’Clock, p.m. (Mr. Paine not having gone through his...
    24 UNKNOWN Verdicts: 5 December 1770 1770-12-05 After the Court had summed up the Cause, the Jury withdrew for about two hours and an half, and...
    25 UNKNOWN Questions Presented: Court of Vice Admiralty, Boston … 1773-03-01 1. Whether King James’s Letters patent to Lodowick Duke Lenox and others, are allowed to be good...