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Petition of William Dandridge, 1717 June 19.

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Abstract

Contains a petition of William Dandridge to Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood asking for leave to take up the ground lying within the high water mark from the Kings Street to the outermost bounds of Wilson Curle's lots in the town of Hampton. Dandridge also asks that he may have a patent to confirm the ground & improvements. The petition is signed by William Loury & William Bossell.