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that the honorable Congresssional

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being inhumanly murdered. Your Petitioners. Your petitioners

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inhabitants of the different States of America

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and expense which they reasonably conceive will have a

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of the enemy strengthen the

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an enemy's country on their

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the Congres cause of liberty --

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of making such

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Your petitioners further pray

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and take professional

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and running with their service

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in order to become

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America at large most humbly

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The petition of a number of the true and loyal subjects of the United States of

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acted or preferred to act

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from account all their improvements granted away by a

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best when they came

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these greviances

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of the most severe

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of Virginia only, and the

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