Washington, George (1732-1799) Bill for surveying and patenting land grant French & Indian War
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Document signed for claim against James Ludlow with another Washington document, cosigned by William Crawford 2/25/1774, assigning the debt to Crawford.
Signer of the U.S. Constitution.
Mr. James Ludlow - on Acct of his Claim to Land under the Proclamation of 1754 - Dr.
To his Proportion of the Expence of Exploring, Surveying, Patenting, and other Incident Charges attending the Grant of 200,000 acres of Land under the Proclamation aforesaid; his part - pr order of Council being 400 acres on the Sundry Creeks - in a Patent for 28,627 Acres
Pay the within Contents of One pound fifteen Shillings & tenpence Cy to Captn William Crawford on Order
Mr. James Ludlow
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