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GW had not yet received Dunmore’s letter of 24 Sept. in which Dunmore informed GW that he did not intend to grant any patents under the royal Proclamation of 1763 and confirmed that he had written Thomas Bullitt “adviseing him to return again immediately.” Bullitt had made a visit to the Shawnee village at Old Chillicothe north of the Ohio on the Scioto River while on his surveying...
...promise from our Governor, of 2,000 acres at the Falls, I have desir’d Capt: Bullet by no means to involve me in disputes with any person who has an equal claim to Land with myself under the Proclamation of 1763.). For an explanation of how GW acquired the right to 5,000 additional acres under the terms of the royal Proclamation of 1763, see