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Opinions of Philip Yorke and Charles Talbot, 1727 Aug. 12.

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by any of the means aforesaid, tho' the Offence will be thereby discharged, the right of the Grantees to the Thing Forfeited, will continue. All which is humbly Submitted to Your Lordships great Wisdom Signed P. Yorke C. Talbot 12th Augst: 1727

Attorney & Sollicitor General's opinion on the Fines & forfeitures arising in the Northern neck 1727

[in pencil] Aug 12th 1727