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Sickness necessary Business and other Causes often preventing the Attendance of the members of...
Williamsburg, 4 Mch. 1780 . If the accounts of Col. Legras and Maj. Linctot cannot be settled in...
[ Williamsburg ] 4 Mch. 1780 . The reasonable expenses of Col. Legras and Maj. Linctot to the...
[ Williamsburg ] 4 Mch. 1780 . Upon reconsideration of the case of Col. Legras, he is to be...
It having been reported that the Enemy are advancing thro the interior Country of No. Carolina,...
Order in answer to Colo. Muters Letter of 30th May 1780. In Council June 13th 1780 Gibson’s and...
The Governor laid before the board a proposition from Colo. William Preston to raise a body of...
The board having reason to believe that a number of spirited citizens in the Counties of...
In Council, Jan. 19, 1781. The board advise that Mr. Browne, commissioner of the provision law,...
The board proceeded to take into consideration the resolution of General Assembly of the 1st. of...