The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 14

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Virginia Historical Society., 1906 - Virginia
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Page 219 - I formerly gave him to him & his heirs forever. Item. I give & Bequeath to...
Page 353 - Contrary in any wise notwithstanding although express mention of the true yearly value or certainty of the premises or any of them or of any other gifts or grants by Us or by any of Our progenitors or predecessors heretofore made to the said James Duke of York in these presents is not made or any statute, act, ordinance...
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Page 41 - Resolved unanimously that all military Officers Commissioned by Congress who now are or hereafter may be in the service of the United States and shall continue therein during the War and shall not hold any Office of Profit under these States or any of them, shall after the Conclusion of the War be entitled to receive annually for the term of seven years (if they live so long) one half of the present pay of such Officers...
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