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To the Honorable the Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of burgesses
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To the Honorable the Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Burgesses
 
The petition of Manoah Singleton
 
The petition of Manoah Singleton
 
Humbly sheweth
 
Humbly sheweth
 
That he was summoned as a venire man on the trial of John Booth a criminal sent from the county of Orange and attended the honble the general court in obedience to the said summons one day, and travelled from the said county of Orange at a distance of one hundred and thirty five miles from the capitol, in the year 1770, but by some mistake no allowance hath yet been made him for his said attendance and traveling.  
 
That he was summoned as a venire man on the trial of John Booth a criminal sent from the county of Orange and attended the honble the general court in obedience to the said summons one day, and travelled from the said county of Orange at a distance of one hundred and thirty five miles from the capitol, in the year 1770, but by some mistake no allowance hath yet been made him for his said attendance and traveling.  
Your petitioner therefore prays he may have the allowance appointed by law for the said service with his levirages
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Your petitioner therefore prays he may have the allowance appointed by law for the said service with his Ferriages
And your petitioner shall pray etc.
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135 miles 405
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And your petitioner shall pray &c.
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135 miles  
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405
 
60- 1 day’s allce.  
 
60- 1 day’s allce.  
12- levges
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12- Ferges
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477
 
477
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465
 
465
 
60
 
60
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525
 
525

Latest revision as of 14:51, 31 March 2019

To the Honorable the Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Burgesses The petition of Manoah Singleton Humbly sheweth That he was summoned as a venire man on the trial of John Booth a criminal sent from the county of Orange and attended the honble the general court in obedience to the said summons one day, and travelled from the said county of Orange at a distance of one hundred and thirty five miles from the capitol, in the year 1770, but by some mistake no allowance hath yet been made him for his said attendance and traveling. Your petitioner therefore prays he may have the allowance appointed by law for the said service with his Ferriages

And your petitioner shall pray &c. 135 miles 405 60- 1 day’s allce. 12- Ferges _____ 477

465 60 ____ 525