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case of Mr. John Gordon, with respect to the title to certain lands in East Florida

Fowler Walker

case of Mr. John Gordon, with respect to the title to certain lands in East Florida

purchased of His Catholick Majesty"s subjects by him and Mr. Jesse Fish, for themselves and others His Britannick Majesty"s subjects; in conformity to the twentieth article of the last definitive treaty of peace.

by Fowler Walker

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Published in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gordon, John, -- d. 1778?,
  • Real property -- Florida

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith an appendix
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 101042
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32, [42] p.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14568256M

    A plain and succinct narrative of the late riots and disturbances in the cities of London and Westminster and borough of Southwark containing, particulars of the burning of Newgate, the King's Bench, the fleet, and New Bridewell Prisons: also, the Houses of Lord Mansfield, Sir John Fielding, Messrs. Langdale, Rainsforth, Cox, Hyde, &c. Romish Chapels, schools, &c with an account of the. 3. The petition set forth, that, on the 29th day of October, , a grant acres of land was made by the Spanish Governor, Coppinger, to Jos e Argote Villalobos, for the purpose of erecting thereon a water saw-mill; that the location thereof was to be on Trout Creek, in the Province of East Florida; but not being able to find an elibible situation for said mill and a sufficient.

    This outcome does little to advance the plaintiff’s cause. Mr. John acknowledged that, even after undergoing the manipulations described above, bars 16 and 17 of the plaintiff’s song still differed from the bars 1 and 2 of the defendants’ song with respect to the fifth note and the melodic contour (the arrangement of pitches). The lands on Trout Creek were poor, and those which were surveyed were of the. Page 51 U. S. best quality. The surveys, therefore, have neither merit in fact nor the sanction of law to uphold them. This was an appeal from the Superior Court of East Florida.

    The United States Declaration of Independence (formally The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America) is the pronouncement adopted by the Second Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on July 4, The Declaration explained why the Thirteen Colonies at war with the Kingdom of Great Britain regarded themselves as thirteen independent sovereign states. The territory which now comprises the State of Florida was originally acquired by England from France and Spain by the Treaty of Paris of Febru 7 By the proclamation of October 7, , 8 King George III divided the acquired territory into East and West Florida. East Florida was declared to be 'bounded to the westward by the Gulf.


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Case of Mr. John Gordon, with respect to the title to certain lands in East Florida by Fowler Walker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Case of Mr. John Gordon, with Respect to the Title to Certain Lands in East Florida, Purchased of His Catholick Majesty's Subjects by Him and Mr.

Jesse Fish, for Themselves and Others His Britannick Majesty's Subjects, in Conformity to the Twentieth Article of. The case of Mr. John Gordon with respect to the title to certain lands in east Florida purchased of His Catholick Majesty's subjects by him and Mr.

Jesse Fish for themselves and others His Britannick Majesty's subjects in conformity to the twentieth article of the last definitive treaty of peace. The case of Mr. John Gordon, with respect to the title to certain lands in East Florida: purchased of His Catholick Majesty's subjects by him and Mr.

Jesse Fish, For Themselves And Others His Britannick Majesty's Subjects ; in conformity to the twentieth article of. The case of Mr. John Gordon, with respect to the title to certain lands in East Florida, purchased of his Catholick Majesty's subjects by him and Mr.

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Jesse Fish, For Themselves And Others His Britannick Majesty's Subjects; in conformity to the twentieth article of the last definitive treaty of peace.

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Charleston. Copy. The Case of Mr. John Gordon with Respect to the title to. Certain Lands in East Florida, London,(Appendix) Exhibit No. XXII. Deposition of Joseph de Leon, October 1, Photostat in St.

Augustine Historical Society Library. • HAB5 OTZALSZ-ALVARS2 HOUSE L/. East Florida. Their lordships then took into further consideration the papers relative to Mr.

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John Gordon (c. –) was a Loyalist British merchant and trader of Scottish origin who lived in South Carolina for many years. He settled in Charles Town aboutand from to he was a major exporter of deerskins supplied by Native American hunters. Gordon also participated in the transatlantic slave trade but was not a major importer of captive Africans.

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