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"Wythe to Beverley Randolph, 3 March 1789." Image from the Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Americana Collection.

In his letter to the governor of Virginia, Beverley Randolph, George Wythe asks for the certificates of resignation from the High Court of Chancery for Edmund Pendleton and John Blair.

Letter text

That i may be able, sir, to procede with apparent propriety, acting as sole judge of the high court of chancery, i beg the favour of you, sir, to let me have certificates of mr Pendleton’s and mr Blair’s resignations.

i am,

sir,

your most obedient servant
3d of march,
1789.

G. Wythe.

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