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" Thus eminently fitted for the service and Ornament of his country, he was made receiver general of his majesty's revenues here ; was thrice appointed public agent to the court and ministry of England and being thirty-seven years a member, at last became... "
Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Under the Editorial Supervision of Lyon ... - Page 29
edited by - 1915
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The Westover Manuscripts: Containing the History of the Dividing Line ...

William Byrd - North Carolina - 1841 - 143 pages
...of the Royal Society. [ON THE SOUTH SIDE.] Thus eminently fitted for the service and ornament of his country, He was made receiver general of his majesty's...council of this colony. To all this were added a great elegancy of taste and life, The well-bred gentleman and polite companion, The splendid economist and...
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Introduction to the history of the colony and ancient dominion of Virginia

Charles Campbell, Samuel Legrand Campbell - Point Pleasant, Battle of, 1774 - 1847 - 200 pages
...and was chosen Fellow of the Royal Society. Thus eminently fitted for the service and Ornament of his country, he was made receiver general of his majesty's...council of this colony. To all this were added a great elegancy of taste and life, the well-bred gentleman and polite companion, the splendid economist and...
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Introduction to the History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia

Charles Campbell, Samuel Legrand Campbell - Point Pleasant, Battle of, 1774 - 1847 - 200 pages
...and was chosen Fellow of the Royal Society. Thus eminently filled for the service and ornament of his country, he was made receiver general of his majesty's...here ; was thrice appointed public agent to the court am) minimi ry of England and being thirty-seven years a mernl>er, at last became president of the council...
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The Southern and Western Literary Messenger and Review, Volume 13

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1847
...Fellow of the Royal Society. Thus eminently fitted for the service and ornament of his country, he Ťas made receiver general of his majesty's revenues here ; was thrice appointed public agent lo the court and ministry of England and being thirty-seven years a member, Ht last became president...
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Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Note Book, Volumes 3-4

William Maxwell - Virginia - 1850
...for the service and ornament of his country, he was made receiver general of his majesty's revenue here ; was thrice appointed public agent to the court...became president of the council of this colony." To this account we may add that, in the year 1727, he was appointed by Governor Gooch one of the commissioners...
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The Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Note Book, Volumes 3-4

William Maxwell - Virginia - 1850
...for the service and ornament of his country, he was made receiver general of his majesty's revenue here ; was thrice appointed public agent to the court...became president of the council of this colony." To this account we may add that, in the year 1727, he was appointed by Governor Gooch one of the commissioners...
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Letters and papers relating chiefly to the Provincial history of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Balch, Edward Shippen - Pennsylvania - 1855 - 312 pages
...was chosen Fellow of the Koyal So* ciety. Thus eminently fitted for the service and ornament of his ' country, he was made receiver general of his Majesty's...England, and being thirty-seven years a member, at last be' came president of the council of this colony. To all this were ' added a great elegancy of taste...
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Letters and Papers

Thomas Balch - 1855
...was chosen Fellow of the Royal So' ciety. Thus eminently fitted for the service and ornament of his ' country, he was made receiver general of his Majesty's...England, and being thirty-seven years a member, at last be* came president of the council of this colony. To all this were * added a great elegancy of taste...
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Cyclopaedia of American literature, by E. A. and G. L. Duyckinck

Evert Augustus Duyckinck, George Long Duyckinck - 1855
...and was chosen Fellow of the Royal Society. Thus eminently fitted for the service and ornament of his country, he was made receiver general of his majesty's...public agent to the court and ministry of England, and * The Westover Manuscripts : containing the History oftho Dividing Line betwixt Virginia and North...
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Cyclopaedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and ..., Volume 1, Part 1

Evert Augustus Duyckinck, George Long Duyckinck - American literature - 1855
...and wo* chosen Fellow of the Royal Society. Thus eminently fitted for the service and ornament of lib country, he was made receiver general of his majesty's revenues here, was thrice apjwinted tmblio agent to the court and ministry of England, and WILLIAM BYRD. being thirty-seven years...
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