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1724-05-23, Drummond. Memorial against seized lands
May 23, 1724 Memorial of Evan Drummond, a merchant in Glascow, North Britain, to Governor William Burnet. The petitioner asserted that he was being
unlawfully evicted from his lands in New Jersey due to the actions of John Roughhead who claimed land had belong to another. Drummond sought damages
for this defamation of his title. Also included were two statements by Gov. Burnet to verify Drummond made the statements under oath, and that
Brunet had received all the supporting documentation from Drummond. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the New Jersey State
Title:   To His Excellency William Burnet Esq ; captain general and governor in chief of the provinces of New-Jersey, New-York, and teritories thereon depending in America, and vice-admiral of the same, &c. : the memorial of Evan Drummond, of Glascow in North Britain, merchant.
OCLC Number:   1346670838
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