North-Carolina. His Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq; ... A proclamation. Whereas, the Honorable James Murray and John Rutherford, Esqrs. have issued a great number of notes for money ... without having any lawful authority for so doing ... Given under my hand, and the great seal of the said province, at Newbern, the fifth day of December ... one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven. ...

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  • Murray, James, -- 1713-1781.,
  • Rutherford, John.,
  • Bills of exchange -- North Carolina.,
  • Currency question -- North Carolina.,
  • Money -- North Carolina.

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 40927.
ContributionsDobbs, Arthur, 1689-1765.
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trusty and Well-beloved Arthur Dobbs, Esq; Captain-General, and Governor in Chief, in and over our said Province, this 21st Day of Decemr in the Fourth Year of our Reign, Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Three. The other side of the document reads: Arthur Dobbs, By His Excellency's Command, Tho.

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Captain General Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of North Carolina of the one part. “Know all men by these presents that we Theophilus Goodwin, Daniel Underwood & Thomas Goodwin are held and firmly Bound unto his Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq.

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He used his influence to get the following legislation passed: (Acts of the North Carolina General Assembly,North Carolina. General Assembly, Octo - NovemVol Pages ): “An Act to vest the property of a bridge lately built by Samuel Ruffin, deceased, over Great-Contentney Creek, in Etheldred Ruffin.

Dobbs County North Carolina. Dobbs Co. NC Personal Property Tax List: II. We pray it may be enacted, and be it enacted, by his Excellency Gabriel Johnston, Esq; Governor, by and with the advice and consent of his Majesty's for punds proclamation money conveyed by Conyer to Crunk & by her unto Elias Brock & William Crunk as her.

Full text of "Governor William Tryon, and his administration in the province of North Carolina, services in a civil capacity and military career as commander-in-chief of colonial forces which suppressed the insurrection of the regulators" See other formats.

Charlestown, (South-Carolina) June By letters from North-Carolina, we learn, that Col. Lewis, immedately on receiving information of the barbarous murder of the Cherokee Indians, (as lately mentioned) dispatched expresses to his Honour Francis Fauquier, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia, who laid the advices before the Assembly of that.

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Evidently Arthur Dobbs had caught the ear of the English people, and the Company was compelled to put itself in a thorough attitude of defence. Dobbs with amazing energy worked up his cause, and what a writer of the time calls, "The long and warm dispute between Arthur Dobbs, Esq.

and Captain Middleton," gained much public notice. His proclamation dated 10 Jan was made on board His Majesty's Sloop Scorpion, Cape Fear River. North Carolina troops took part in the defense of Charleston in June.

Those from the western Counties were more concerned with excursions against the Indians in July & August & in Aug, VA, NC & SC united in a succefful campaign, whereby the. The Humble Petition of Archibald McNeill To his Excellency Arthur Dobbs Esqr.

Governor and Commander in Chief in and Over the Provence of North Carolina in Council Sheweth That Some time in the beginning of March I your Excellencys Humble petitioner delivered Some Money to Halctor McNeill Esqr. Pioneers Along Southern Trails Sunday, J John Vann, Trader Among the Cherokee – Section Two Part 3/3 His Excy Arthur Dobbs.

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by & with the advice & consent of the rest of the Members of 1 General Assembly now met at Little River for the No. East part the province & by the Authority of the same. October 4 –”William Gowen sells acres of his land October 4,according to Granville County Deed Book F, pagein Granville Co, NC October 4 – Land: sold acres, 4 OctGranville, North Carolina, USA.

“William Gowen sold acres of his land October 4,according to Granville County Deed Book F. William Lancaster purchased from Joshua Davis both men of Dobbs Co., NC (later, Wayne Co., NC) for pounds Proclamation money sold acres on the north side of Nahunta Swamp, adjoining John McGarity, Lord Granville's line, William Ford, and Thomas Sanders, including the plantation whereon William Moore and Edward Hail lately lived, being.

Enacted by his Excellency the Pallatine & and the rest of Absolute Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina by & with the advice & consent of the rest of the Members of the General Assembly now met at Little River for the No.

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Isaac Williams of Detroit, Michigan (Cincinnati: American Reform Tract and Book Society, ), by Isaac Williams (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC). The Congress that convened in New York City, Janudid not assemble with any noticeable amount of patriotic enthusiasm.

The matters demanding its attention were, largely, legacies of unsettled difficulties bequeathed by the Congress of and, although these difficulties were examined and threshed over anew, few decisions of moment were made and .Perquimans County, North Carolina, Deed Abstracts,Vol.

I ” compiled by Weynette Parks Haun: [84] 20 January /4 John RAPER was a witness of a deed of gift from John TOMLIN of Little River, Perquimans precinct, Albemarle County, to his sons John and William TOMLIN and daughter Elizabeth TOMLIN, all seemingly minors (“to be equally divided .(Use your browser's "Find" command to search the file.) John FORBES to John Wilson, J Beaufort Deed Book 2, p.

No. Carolina To all to whom these presents shall come I John FORBES of Bath County in the province of North Carolina send Greetings Know Ye that I the said John FORBES, for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred & twenty pounds, current .

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