Session of November 1792-January 1793: Miscellaneous Petitions (1 of 2)
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North Carolina. General Assembly Jonhnston, Joseph Sharpe, Joseph Adkins, Rhodham Jones, Willie Jones, Benjamin Pope, John Lutterloh, Henry Emanuel Fletcher, James Blackledge, Richard Witherspoon, David Aycock, Jesse Christmas, Nathaniel Price, Jonathan
DescriptionWalkins, William; Johnston, James; Askins, Solomon; Dewty, Thomas; Richardson, Joseph; McEwen, Daniel; Shoemaker, Tarlton; Kimbrough, John; Smith, Joseph; Walker, William; Fuller, Samuel; Newby, Jesse; Thorn, Merryman; Fuller, Rhoda; Fuller, Lyddia; Fuller, Ferabee; Fuller, Sarah; Fuller, Mary; Lassiter, Nathan; Cheeke, Thomas; Perry, Jesse; Howell, Charlotte; Cobb, Stephen; Cobb, Benjamin; Cobb, James; Hall, Edward; Webb, John;Petition of Andrew Burke. November 19. Petition of Edward and Thomas Munford. November 19. Petition of Henry Spear. November 20. Petition of Elizabeth Allen. November 21. Petition of John Davidson. November 21. Petition of the inhabitants of Goose Creek. November 22. Petition of William Mathews. November 24. Petition of sundry inhabitants of North Carolina. November 24. Memorial of William Shepard, assignee of Richard Adams of Philadelphia. November 26. Petition of Henry Callahan. November 26. Petition of James Smith. November 26. Petition of the inhabitants of Halifax County. November 27. Petition of Henry Purss. November 27. Petition of Thomas Turner, executor of John Wright Stanly. November 28. Petition of Anderson Hunt. November 30. Memorial of the Court of Chatham. November 30. Petition of George Hooper, administrator of Thomas Maclaine. December 3. Petition of the Quakers. December 4. Petition of William Duddley. December 5. Petition of William Branch. December 6. Petition of the executors of Edmund Blount. December 6. Petition of Joshua Hadley. December 7. Petition of the citizens of this state. December 7. Petition of Samuel Parker. December 7. Petition of James Green. December 10. Petition of John Pope and William Sheppard. December 18.
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