7 edition of Memorial, etc. of the Virginia Yazoo Company, to the Congress of the United States. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F341 .V8|
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|Number of Pages||36|
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Memorial of the Virginia Yazoo Cornpany. Dec. 28, State Papers: Public Lands, Vol. 1, pp. ,8th Cong., st sess. Statement of the claim of the Virginia Yazoo Company for lands granted bythe State of by: 8.
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REMARKS, OCCASIONED BY THE VIEW TAKEN OF THE CLAIMS OFIN A MEMORIAL TO CONGRESS OF THE AGENTS OF THE NEW ENGLAND MISSISSIPPI LAND COMPANY (Washington, ). 8vo, 35 pp. Critical of the NEMLC Memorial, by "The Agent of the Virginia Yazoo Company." Condition: removed; good.
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