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Letter of John Bolling, 1720/1721 Jan. 30.

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Abstract

Contains a letter from John Bolling to William Robertson, Clerk of the Council, regarding the order of Council to take up one thousand acres of land on the back of his land called Treasurer's Run and eight hundred acres of land on the back of a tract of eight hundred acres on the south side of the James River. Bolling writes that he has surveyed fifteen hundred acres on the back lines of his eight hundred acres and Jacob Micheux's lines.