Letters from John Dickinson to George Reed

Letters from John Dickinson to George Reed
Number of Pages: 
7
Date: 
1762-1785

John Dickinson writes two letters to attorney George Reed concerning legal matters. The first expresses his unwillingness to engage Mr. Gooding in a chancery suit. The second concerns the examination of a witness, Mrs. Mary Allmond, to a deed for land in which Dickinson is interested. Transcripts included.

Time Period: 
Location: 
MC 2001.13
Origin: 
Gift of Boyd Lee Spahr