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Letter from William Legge, Earl of Dartmouth to the Board of Trade of Great Britain
Dartmouth, William Legge, Earl of, 1672-1750
September 25, 1711
Volume 01, Pages 804-805

[B. P. R. O. B. T. Virginia. Vol. 13. O. 91.]
LORD DARTMOUTH TO THE BOARD OF TRADE.


Whitehall 25th September, 1711.

My Lords and Gentlemen,

Captain Teate Commander of her Majesty's ship the Reserve, now in the Downs, having acquainted me that he has brought five Persons from Virginia, by order of the Lieutenant Governor of that Colony, who setts forth in the Warrant he has signed for taking them into custody, that they had raised a rebellion against the established Government of North

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Carolina, and failing in their attempts, were fled from justice; I am to desire, you will be pleased to communicate to me what accounts you have received of this matter, particularly in relation to the evidence produced against them I am

My Lords and Gentlemen
Your most humble servant
DARTMOUTH
Council of Trade

(Endorsed)

Recd 26th Septr 1711
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