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To be let to the lowest bidder, on Thursday the 14 th of March, at Charlottesville, in Albemarle, The building of a prison of brick, with two rooms below, and two above stairs. Plans
With the greatest deference and Respect I would beg leave to lay before your Excellency my Claims to Rank as a Captain in the Third Pennsylvania Regiment, from the ninth Day of March 1778. When the Twelfth Pennsylvania Regiment was Ordered to be raised and the Officers appointed to it, I was Commissioned a First Lieutenant on the first day of October 1776, and upon Captain Brady’s Resignation,...
With the highest Respect I beg leave to represent to Your Excellency, That from sundry adverse circumstances, the principal of which are the loss of that firmness of Health and Constitution so absolutely requisite in the Soldier to undergo the necessary Fatigues of the Field as I formerly have done; and being necessarily reduced to necessitous circumstance by a long inattention to my own...
the petition of John Henderson respectfully represents, that your petitioner is not a common gambler nor given to an idle and dissolute life, but happening from misfortune inadvertently to undertake at the late races in the City of Washington the keeping of a kind of gaming table, frequently called an equality table, in entire ignorance of the prohibition of that species of game, by some...
This Indenture, made this Thirtieth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and three: Between John Henderson and Ann B. Henderson his wife, of the County of Albemarle of the one part, and Craven Peyton of the said County of the other part, Witnesseth, that the said John Henderson, and Ann B. his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of One Hundred and forty pounds...
Virginia to wit, At a Court of Appeals held at the Capitol in Richmond the seventh day of January 1812 Craven Peyton Applt. } upon an appeal from a decree pronounced by the Superior Court of Chancery held in Richmond the eighth day of June 1805 against John
Know all Men by these presents that I John Henderson of the County of Albemarle And State of Virginia have this day bargained soald And delivared Unto Craven Peyton of s d State And County all the right tittle And interest which the three youngest children of Bennett Henderson Decs d are intitled in And adjacent to the town of Milton in the County of albemarle ., the Names, of the children Are,