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1736, Comm. appointed to examine dispute between S. Carolina and Georgia
A committee report appointed to examine the disputes between South Carolina and Georgia, particularly with respect to trade, passage on the various
riverways, and Indian issues. The report was made to the South Carolina General Assembly on December 15, 1736 and reviewed complaints made about
Georgia in general, and James Oglethorpe in specific. An appendix began on page 49 and contained correspondence, journal extracts, and various
depositions, including a number between the committee and James Oglethorpe. See LLMC #21197 for a related document. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title
originally held by Public Record Office in London, England).
Title:   Report of the committee appointed to examine into the proceedings of the people of Georgia, with respect to the province of South-Carolina, and the disputes subsisting between the two colonies.
OCLC Number:   62820508
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