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AL : Historical Society of Pennsylvania Mrs. Hogarth presents her Compliments to Dr. Franklin and should be much obliged to him if he would influence some of his Friend’s of the House of Common’s, to be present on Monday Next at the reading of the Artist’s Bill, to Support a Clause that is inserted in it, In her Favor. Jane Thornhill Hogarth (d. 1789) was the widow of the artist William...
2[Diary entry: 22 May 1767] (Washington Papers)
22. Sale of the Glebe 18 Months Credt. The sale of the Truro Parish glebe (and church plate) was necessitated by the creation of Cameron Parish (1749) and Fairfax Parish (1765) out of Truro and was authorized by an act of the assembly passed in Nov. 1766 ( hening William Waller Hening, ed. The Statutes at Large; Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia, from the First Session of the...
3[Diary entry: 22 May 1767] (Washington Papers)
22. Cloudy till Noon with the Wind at No. Et. then Sunshine & somewhat warmer, afterwards cloudy with Lightning & rumbling in the No. West.
To be sold to the highest bidder, in consequence of an act of General Assembly, and pursuant to order of Vestry, on Friday the 22d of May next, on the premises , The late Glebe Lands of Truro parish, in Fairfax county, containing by estimation 400 acres, but the exact quantity will be ascertained against the day of sale. Thereon is a brick dwellinghouse, with four rooms on a floor, passages...
At a General meeting of the Mississippi Company at Stafford Court House in Virginia the 22d day of May 1767 It appearing to the Company that the Committee in compliance with the directions of the said Company given to them at a meeting held the 22d day of Nove. 1765 have written to Mr Cumming and prest him to solicit with vigor, the granting the Lands mentioned in the memorial formerly sent to...