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Petition of Edmund Rogers and others, 1768 Dec. 23.

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To the Right Honble Norborne Baron de Bottetourt his Majestys Servt & Governor general of Virginia & vice Admiral of the same & the Honble the Council thereof. The Petition of Edmund Rogers Joseph Winston James Hawkins Bernard Moore Jun r Robert Frank Micajah Sims Ambrose Dowel Charles Ferguson Robert Davis & John Rifito humbly herewith That his Majesty's Title to the lands situate on the East side of the River Ohio having been lately recognized by the Six Nations of Indians Your Petitioners Humbly pray that they may have leave to take up & Survey Ten Thousand Acres of Land to begin on the lower side of little Guyandot extending up Guyandot & down the Ohio to complete the said Quantity in one or more surveys and they will pray