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John Lining signs two South Carolina colonial documents, an order to pay damages and a warrant, in 1748.
[only transcribed one] South Carolina. George the Second by the Grace of God of Great Britain France & Ireland King defendor of the Faith and so forth to the provost marshal of our province of South Carolina - Greetings. We command you take Richard Palmer otherwise called Richard Palmer of Prince Williams Parish in Greenville county in the Province ? ? and him safely keep so that you have his body ? Justices at Charles Town the first Tuesday in October ? to make ? fashion to James Lomos & David Doors as well for ? debt of two hundred and ? eight pounds ? billings & siex pence good ? money of the province aforesaid which those and James & David lately in our court of common Pleas before our Justice of Charles Town against ? did Recovery and ???? which to this said James and David were ? judged for those damages Occasioned by the Detention of the said ? the Richard is conviel as to his manifest of record and have you there this Will Wimmess John Lining ? Justices in the abscence of our Chief of Justice of Charles town the fifth day of July Anno Domini One thousand seven hundred and forty eight land in the Twenty second year of our King. Jno Lining
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John Lining, Richard Palmer, David Doors, James Lomox, James Lomax, John North, William Horston, Thomas Smith, Charleston, Greenville, Colleton County, damages, warrant, 1748
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The original from which this digital representation is taken is housed in The Littlejohn Collection at Wofford College, located in the Sandor Teszler Library.
Lining, John, "Two (2) South Carolina colonial documents, signed by John Lining" (1748). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 68.
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