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To the members of the general assembly of Virginia. The petition of Peter Edwards of the county of Jerusalem. [Illegible] of the slaves of the county. Three of his slaves over [illegible] From which it also appeared that the said slaves over all [illegible] engaged in June insurrection and a [ballion?] and over authority is by those engaged in the insurrection-
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mTo the members of the general assembly of Virginia. The petition of Peter Edwards of the county of Jerusalem. [Illegible] of the slaves of the county. Three of his slaves over [illegible] From which it also appeared that the said slaves over all [illegible] engaged in June insurrection and a [ballion?] and over authority is by those engaged in the insurrection-
 
[illegible] that was information may be made by an act of the legislation. In the [bofo?] of [illegible] he has thus sustained
 
[illegible] that was information may be made by an act of the legislation. In the [bofo?] of [illegible] he has thus sustained
 
He will and [illegible] to enter into a [illegible] course of [illegible] with a body so [illegible]  
 
He will and [illegible] to enter into a [illegible] course of [illegible] with a body so [illegible]  

Latest revision as of 15:46, 26 February 2020

mTo the members of the general assembly of Virginia. The petition of Peter Edwards of the county of Jerusalem. [Illegible] of the slaves of the county. Three of his slaves over [illegible] From which it also appeared that the said slaves over all [illegible] engaged in June insurrection and a [ballion?] and over authority is by those engaged in the insurrection- [illegible] that was information may be made by an act of the legislation. In the [bofo?] of [illegible] he has thus sustained He will and [illegible] to enter into a [illegible] course of [illegible] with a body so [illegible]

The jurors of Virginia have at all times been unmoved for a general sympathy with in the [illegible] suffering and he will [agree?] that there is but a man among them who would but gather in favor a [illegible] to whom himself [illegible] that an [illegible] person should suffer such a heavy [bofo?] of the [illegible] In [illegible] assembly in [illegible] to such suspects it seems that such has been the invariable [illegible] of the slave. In the [illegible] as the year 1691 and act was [illegible] in suffering authorizing slaves in which it was made the duty of the sheriff of the county acting under a [illegible] from the justice of the peace to [illegible] and carry such a [illegible]