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1 Pendleton, Edmund Washington, George To George Washington from Edmund Pendleton, 3 July 1769 1769-07-03 I have at Last found Leisure to peruse & consider the papers you left with me for my Opinion on...
2 Washington, George Pendleton, Edmund From George Washington to Edmund Pendleton, May 1770 1770-05-01 Receiving the above Letter in answer to one I had wrote to Mr West, I went to him three days...
3 Pendleton, Edmund Washington, George To George Washington from Edmund Pendleton, 31 August … 1772-08-31 I have your favr by Mr Manly, who I think has a very good right to the 2400 acres of Land called...
4 Pendleton, Edmund Washington, George To George Washington from Edmund Pendleton, 19 December … 1772-12-19 I will pay you the Sum of Four hundred pounds which my Nephew Informs me he is to give you for...
5 Randolph, John Notice concerning Legal Fees, 20 May 1773 1773-05-20 ON serious Consideration of the present State of our Practice in the General Court, we find it...
6 Pendleton, Edmund Washington, George To George Washington from Edmund Pendleton, 4 December … 1773-12-04 I received yr Favr & am very glad you have made the purchase of Mr Black. I am Possessed of none...
7 Pendleton, Edmund Washington, George To George Washington from Edmund Pendleton, 10 January … 1775-01-10 Mr Valentine Crawford and Mr John Neavill have given bonds to Mr Benjamin Temple for £400. for...
8 Pendleton, Edmund Washington, George To George Washington from Edmund Pendleton, 21 April … 1775-04-21 I have procured a Copy of Dr Savage’s Bill Which I now inclose you with the other papers, as I...
9 Henry, Patrick Randolph, Peyton From Thomas Jefferson to the President of the Virginia … 1775-07-11 The continued sitting of Congress prevents us from attending our colony Convention: but, directed...
10 Pendleton, Edmund Washington, George To George Washington from Edmund Pendleton, 12 July … 1775-07-12 My friend Mr George Baylor will be the bearer of this, who has caught such a Military Ardor as to...