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MacPherson, Christopher: Petition, Richmond City

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1799 June 7 - Certificate of Thomas Newton, Norfolk. Re MacPherson's service to David Ross. Ref. to letters of George Wythe [20 May 1799], William Hay [20 May 1799], and Tinsley [?]. 1799 June 10 - Letter, Jonathan Eilback, Norfolk, to MacPherson. Re his termination of service with David Ross and employment opportunities in Norfolk. 1799 June 13 - Certificate of Thomas Newton, Notary Public, District of Norfolk Borough. Attests the authenticity of: (1) Deed of Emancipation [2 June 1792] (2) Cert. of Adam Craig, Henrico Co. Court [20 May 1799] (3) Letter of William Hay [20 May 1799] (4) Letter of William Fraser [18 May 1799] (5) Cert. of George Wythe [20 May 1799] (6) Cert. of Rev. James Madison [25 May 1799] (7) Letter of Patrick Connor [7 June 1799] (8) Cert. of Thomas Newton [7 June 1799] (9) Letter of Jonathan Eilback [10 June 1799] (10) Cert. of Gabriel Maupin [26 May 1799] 1799 Sept 2 - Letter, Jedediah Luck [Luts?], Norfolk, to Paul Nash, Boston. Re introduction of MacPherson. 1800 May 24 - Certificate of William W. Hening, Charlottesville. Re MacPherson's character while his clerk. 1800 May 24 - Letter, William W. Hening, Charlottesville, to John Read, Jr., Philadelphia. Re introducing MacPherson and recommending his employment. 1810 - PAPERS RELATING TO MacPHERSON'S PETITION 1810 June 18 - Richmond City Ordinance for regulating Waggons, Drays, and Carts, and for other purposes. [Imprint] 1810 Aug 3 - Petition, MacPherson to Members of the Common Hall, City of Richmond. Re Ordinance passed 18 June 1810. [Copy] 1810 Nov 11 - Certificate of sundry inhabitants of Richmond City. Re MacPherson's character.