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Jonathan Forward, and others, appelants. William Hunt, executor of Thomas Bordley, respondent


Broadside setting out a history of legal proceedings over the course of nearly ten years stemming from an initial dispute over payment to a ship's captain for transporting a shipload of convicts to Maryland, the court's judgment in that case, and the subsequent passing of Bills of Exchange for that judgment through several parties' hands.


circa 1727

Contributor(s) Notes

Appellant: Thomas Cockey, Robert Gorden, Rogers, William; Respondent: William Hunt



10 x 15 inches


3 pages (2 sheets folded)

Catalog Number

Rare Broadside 14

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