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Thomas Cowles
Posted by: Melissa Ratcliffe Crow (ID *****7379) Date: January 23, 2004 at 00:11:47
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Virginia Gazette - 1776
Mr. THOMAS COWLES, of Charles City, to Miss ELIZABETH CRAWLEY, of Williamsburg; a young Lady who, besides a ample Fortune, is endowed with every Qualification requisite to render the Marriage state happy.

Virginia Gazette 1776
To be sold immediately on CHICKAMONY River, a very valuable Track of LAND, consisting of upwards of 800 Acres, with my Ferry and Ordinary, having necessary buildings on the Plantation, and also a fine Apple Orchard. The Land abounds with good Pine Timber, and there is a large Quantity of Marsh which is very valuable for Stock of all kinds, and also convenient for fishing and fowling. Any Person inclined to purchase the said Tract may know the Terms by applying to the Subscriber, who lives on the premises.
CHARLES CITY, October 31, 1776              THOMAS COWLES

Virginia Gazette - 1776
It gives us PAIN, my Lord, to find that the Indians have made fresh Encroachments and Disturbances on out Frontiers. We have only to request that Your Excellency will be pleased to exert those Powers with which you are fully invested, by the Acts of Assembly for making Provision against Invasions and Insurrections; which we doubt not, will be found sufficient to repel the hostile and perfidious Attempts of those and barbarous Enemies.

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