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1777-10-08, To the Grand Jury, Chatham Co., Ga.
October 8, 1777 Broadside to the Grand Jury of Chatham County, Georgia, written by John Joachim Zubly which followed the act of confiscation
regarding half his property. Of note, he was a patriot, who subsequently espoused the British position in the Revolutionary War. Copy 2 of the broadside is
a better copy. See LLMC #39048 and 39050 for documents also written by Zubly. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of the title originally held by the
Georgia Historical Society Library (c.1) and the Library of Congress (c.2)).
Title:   To the Grand Jury of the County of Chatham, state of Georgia. : Gentlemen, On the point of being (unjustly as I conceive) banished from this country, I think it a debt due to those whom I shall leave behind, to point out the very fatal precipice towards which this state is, I think, now verging, and which, in my opinion, must soon compleat the ruin of the state, and of every individual ...
OCLC Number:   62823725
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