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Leval, Rosalie Josephe Bacler de (fl. 1790-1796) to unknown

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02437.05254 Author/Creator: Leval, Rosalie Josephe Bacler de (fl. 1790-1796) Place Written: New York, New York Type: Manuscript document signed Date: 4 December 1791 Pagination: 12 p. ; 34.1 x 21.1 cm.

Addressed to "Gentlemen." Outlines an arrangement by which Madame de Leval's and Mr. Jean-Baptiste de la Roche's countrymen from France could settle Knox's lands in the Waldo patent in Maine. Describes the steps they took in their negotiation, and the resolutions at which they arrived. Provides a detailed account of the townships in question and their prices. A note next to the signatures at the end mentions that the document was translated from the French.

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