Journal of the Upper House of Assembly, January 7, 1755, to March 12, 1775, inclusive

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Georgia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sou
Statementcomp. and pub. under authority of the legislature by Allen D. Candler.
SeriesColonial records of the State of Georgia -- vol. 16-17, Colonial records of the state of Georgia -- v. 16-17.
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