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William Nelson, Robert Carter, Peyton Randolph, and [[George Wythe]] ask that the officers that owe money to the late Lieutenant Governor Fauquier will be able to pay was is owed until March 3rd which is when the executors of Fauquier's estate will be able to obtain the settlement as soon as they want.<ref>''Virginia Gazette'' (Purdie & Dixon, Williamsburg, VA), March 31, 1768</ref>
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[[wikipedia: William Nelson (governor)| William Nelson]], [[wikipedia: Robert Carter III| Robert Carter]], [[wikipedia: Peyton Randolph| Peyton Randolph]], and [[George Wythe]] ask that the officers that owe money to the late Lieutenant Governor Fauquier will be able to pay was is owed until March 3rd which is when the executors of Fauquier's estate will be able to obtain the settlement as soon as they want.<ref>''Virginia Gazette'' (Purdie & Dixon, Williamsburg, VA), March 31, 1768</ref>
  
 
==Article text, 31 March 1768==
 
==Article text, 31 March 1768==

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William Nelson, Robert Carter, Peyton Randolph, and George Wythe ask that the officers that owe money to the late Lieutenant Governor Fauquier will be able to pay was is owed until March 3rd which is when the executors of Fauquier's estate will be able to obtain the settlement as soon as they want.[1]

Article text, 31 March 1768

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MARCH 31, 1768.

IT is desired that the officers who are accountable to the late Lieutenant Governour FAUQUIER will be pleased to pay what they were answerable to him for, until the 3d of March inclusive, at the approaching General Court, that his executors may be enabled to complete the settlement of his affairs with the expedition they wish.

WILLIAM NELSON.

ROBERT CARTER.

PEYTON RANDOLPH.

GEORGE WYTHE.

See also

References

  1. Virginia Gazette (Purdie & Dixon, Williamsburg, VA), March 31, 1768