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Petition of Waller Lewis, 1774 May 17.

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Spotsylvania Sct. This Day Waller Lewis came before me George Stubblefield Gent. one of his Majesty's Justices of the peace for the said County and made Oath that he gave Mr. Richard Harvie Mercht. an Order on the inspectors at Richmond for his whole crop of Tobo. carried there, consisting of the five within mentioned Hogsheads, one of which if appears by the said Harvie's Out. was carried down a short time before the great May Fresh, for which the said Harvie has given him no Credit, neither has he received any satisfaction for the same. Given under my hand this 10th Day of May 1774 George Stubblefield