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title:“George Mason et. al to Thomas Waite”
authors:Abraham Barnes, Charles Broadwater, George Mason, Hugh West, James Hamilton, John Turley, John West, Jr., Robert Boggess, Thomas Wren
date written:1754-6-21

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Boggess, Robert, James Hamilton, John, Jr West, et al. "Letter to Thomas Waite." The Papers of George Mason. Vol. 1. Ed. Bernard Bailyn and James Morton Smith. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1970. 36. Print.
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File Copy, Truro Parish Vestry Book, Library of Congress

George Mason et. al to Thomas Waite (June 21, 1754)

[21 June 1754]
MR. WAITE
The vestry are of Opinion that none of the bricks of the two first kilns are fit to be put into the Walls of the Glebe House but that what is done and pulled down & done with good bricks & that they Cellar windows be done with good ring oak or Locust & that in Case you begin a New that they will allow you Six months further than the time mentioned in our Bond to compleat it.
G MASON JAMES HAMILTON
HUGH WEST JOHN WEST
ABRAHAM BARNES ROBERT BOGGESS
JOHN TURLEY THOMAS WREN
CHARLES BROADWATER

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