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Petition of Waller Lewis, 1774 May 17.

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Alb: Sc This day Richard Harvie came before me John Marks Gent. one of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for the said County & made Oath that he has charged W. Waller Lewis with the damage of three Hhds. of Tobo. two Hhds. on the twenty third of April 1771. & one Hhd. on the eight day May 1771. on his store books, & on the twenty fourth of June has charged W. Waller Lewis with Cas paid James Woods, for the carrige of two Hhds. of Tobo. & that he received but four Hh of Tob. of Mr. Lewis' in that year, Given under my Hand this 16th day of April 1774. John Marks