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Report and resolutions of a Committee of the House of Burgesses, 1769 May 18.

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The Business being finished, the following TOASTS were drank, and the Gentle- men retired. The KING. The QUEEN and ROYAL FAMILY. His Excellency Lord BOTETOURT, and Prosperity to VIRGINIA. A speedy and lasting Union between Great-Britain and her Colonies. The constitutional British Liberty in America, and all true Patriots, the Sup- porters thereof. Duke of RICHMOND. Earl of SHELBURNE. Col. BARRE. The late SPEAKER. The TREASURER of the Colony. The FARMER and MONITOR.

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