The last will and testament of Gen. George Washington.

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Printed for John Russell and Manning & Loring. Sold at their printing-offices. , Boston
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 38991.
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Pagination24 p.
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Create Book\/a>, bgn:Microform\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. “THE SLAVES SHALL RECEIVE THEIR FREEDOM. TO MY WIFE MARTHA, THE KITCHEN FURNITURE, LIQUOR AND GROCERIES”: GEORGE WASHINGTON’S LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT (WASHINGTON, George).

The Will of Gen. George Washington, to Which is Annexed a Schedule of His Property Directed to be Sold. The Last Will and Testament of Gen. George Washington. Boston: Printed for John Russel and Manning & Loring, 24pp.

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George Washington: The last will and testament of Gen. George Washington: ISBN () Softcover, The New York Public Library, It contains the following: The Last Will and Testament of George Washington and his property, to which is appended the Last Will and Testament of Martha Washington.

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The contents of the book include: Foreward, Introduction (by former Supreme Court Justice Lewis Powell, Jr), the Last Will and Testament of George Washington (in print form), Notes 5/5(3). William "Billy" Lee (–), also known as Will Lee, was George Washington's personal assistant and the only one of Washington's slaves freed immediately by Washington in his will.

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9: March-June The Papers of. The last will and testament of Gen. George Washington. Printed by Elezer A. Jenks, and sold at his book-store, next door to the bank. Microform in English. In the name of God amen I George Washington of Mount Vernon —a citizen of the United States, and lately Pr[es]ident of the same, do make, ordain[n] and declare this Instrument; w[hic]h is written with my own hand [an]d every page thereof subscribed [wit]h my name, to be my last Will & [Tes]tament, revoking all others.

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Scarce edition, issued in Boston the same year as the very rare Philadelphia first edition, one of the very earliest printings of Henry Lee’s immortal oration on the death of George Washington, which contains for the first time in print the famous phrase, “first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen.”.

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I, George Washington of Mount Vernon, a citizen of the United States and lately President of the same, do make, ordain and declare this instrument, which is written with my own hand and every page thereof subscribed with my name, to be my last Will and Testament, revoking all others.

Imprimus. All my debts, of which there. At a court held for King George County the 6th day of May The last will and testament of Augustine Washington Gent'n deceased was presented into Court by Lawrence Washington Gent'n one of the Executors who made oath thereunto and the same was provided by the oath of Anthony Strother and James Thompson admitted to Record.

The last will and testament of Thomas Cranston, deceased, late of Oxford township, Guernsey County Ohio, was this day produced in court for probate, and at the same time personally appeared William Borton, Jr.

and James Kennon, the subscribing witnesses thereto, who being first duly sworn in open. Any person of sound mind who has attained the age of eighteen years may, by last will, devise all his or her estate, both real and personal. All wills executed subsequent to Septemand which meet the requirements of this section are hereby validated and shall have all the force and effect of wills executed subsequent to the taking.

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. GEORGE WASHINGTON. In the name of God, Amen. I GEORGE WASHINGTON of Mount Vernon, a citizen of the United States, and lately President of the same, do make, ordain and declare this Instrument; which is written with my own hand and every page thereof subscribed with my name, to be my last Will & Testament, revoking all others.

Rev War Bugler under Gen. George Washington. Note: I am working on transcribing old newspaper articles on John. He is listed as a bachelor in one so info below may not be correct as there may have been 2 John Lawsons Marriage 1 Susan (Sukey) Children: Zachariah, Joel, George, James, Henry, Jacob, Isaac, Charles, Burial: Bloomfield Baptist Church Cemetery.

The religious views of George Washington have long been debated.

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While some of the other Founding Fathers of the United States, such as Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and Patrick Henry, were noted for writing about religion, Washington rarely discussed his religious and philosophical views. Washington attended the Anglican Church through all of his life, and was.

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As seen below, the Last Will and Testament of Thomas Jefferson created a testamentary trust for his daughter, Martha Randolph, and provided for the freedom of several of his slaves.Author: Washington, George, ; Format: Book, Online; 23 p.

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