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Printed text ( Journals of the Continental Congress , XVII, 763–64). A petition from a number of the inhabitants of Kentucke was read; on which A motion was made by the delegates of Virginia, that this petition, together with that read yesterday, from a number of inhabitants of the said country, be transmitted to the governor of Virginia; which on the question, passed in the negative. The...
Tr ( LC : Force Transcripts). Although the originals of this letter and, with few exceptions, the more than one hundred others which Pendleton wrote to JM are probably no longer extant, three partial collections (of which at least one is independent of the other two) are available. About 1890, Frederick B. McGuire of Washington, D.C., who had in his possession a considerable portion of...