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Letter of James Abercromby, 1755 Sept. 5.

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Abstract

Contains a letter from James Abercromby, Craven Street, to [William] Fairfax regarding opposition of the Council of Virginia against the warrant issued by the Crown of two shillings per hogshead of tobacco. In addition, Abercromby discusses the thousand pounds paid by the government of South Carolina for Indian services.