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To the General Assembly of the State of Virginia the petition of William L. Lewis of the County of Loudon Humbly showeth, that your Petitioner hath intermarried with a certain Miss Ann Dunnington of the State of Maryland who was possessed of four slaves [illegible] Joseph Stephen Peter & {Lintha] and your Petitioner is informed that at the [session?] of [1805] of the Virginia Assembly a law [illegible] which will prevent your petitioner from bringing the four slaves to is place of residence in the State of Virginia this your petitioner thinks a hardship as he intends the slaves
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To the General Assembly of the State of Virginia the petition of William L. Lewis of the County of Loudon Humbly showeth, that your Petitioner hath intermarried with a certain Miss Ann Dunnington of the State of Maryland who was possessed of four slaves [illegible] Joseph Stephen Peter & {Lintha] and your Petitioner is informed that at the [session?] of [1805] of the Virginia Assembly a law [illegible] which will prevent your petitioner from bringing the four slaves to is place of residence in the State of Virginia this your petitioner thinks a hardship as he intends the slaves for his own use that he does not wish to be deprived of them or to pat with them on any terms

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To the General Assembly of the State of Virginia the petition of William L. Lewis of the County of Loudon Humbly showeth, that your Petitioner hath intermarried with a certain Miss Ann Dunnington of the State of Maryland who was possessed of four slaves [illegible] Joseph Stephen Peter & {Lintha] and your Petitioner is informed that at the [session?] of [1805] of the Virginia Assembly a law [illegible] which will prevent your petitioner from bringing the four slaves to is place of residence in the State of Virginia this your petitioner thinks a hardship as he intends the slaves for his own use that he does not wish to be deprived of them or to pat with them on any terms