George Washington Papers
Documents filtered by: Recipient="Washington, George" AND Period="Colonial"
sorted by: date (descending)

To George Washington from Lord Dunmore, 18 April 1775

From Lord Dunmore

Williamsburg 18th April 1775

Sir

I have reveived your letter dated the 3d Instant. The information you have received that the Patents granted for the Lands under the Proclamation of 1754 would be declared Null and Void, is founded on a report that the Surveyor who Surveyed those Lands did not qualify agreeable to the Act of Assembly directing the duty and qualification of Surveyors, if this is the Case the Patents will of Consequence be declared Null and void. I am Sir Your Most Obedient humble Servant

Dunmore

LS, DLC:GW.

Index Entries