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Petition of Waller Lewis, 1774 May 17.

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Alb. Sc This Day Hasting Marks come before me John Marks Gent. one of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for the said County, & made Oath that on the eight Day of may 1771. he saw one Hhd of Tob. The Property of W. Waller Lewis put into Richard Harvie Tbo Waggon with one Hhd of David Merriwither's, to be sent to Richmond, that he has reason to believe the Tobo. was Deliver'd as the waggon returned from Richmond the Seventeenth of the month with a load of goods. Given under my Hand this Sixteenth Day of April 1771. John Marks.