1750.001: Hue and Cry [for Low Jackson].

Published: 1750

Full Title: Virginia, to wit. Thomas Lee, Esq; president of His Majesty's Council, and commander in chief, of the colony and dominion of Virginia : To all to whom these presents shall come. Greeting. Whereas Low Jackson, of the county of Nansemond, silversmith ... is charged upon oath with coining, counterfeiting, and uttering many base double double-loons, and is fled from justice, in company with his two brothers, John Jackson ... and James Jackson ... Edward Rumney ... is also charged ...

Author: Virginia. Council.

Place Issued: Williamsburg

Issuing Press: William Hunter

Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 38 cm. x 25 cm. (broadside).


Signed: "Given under my hand, and the seal of the colony at Williamsburg, this fifteenth day of August, 1750 ... Thomas Lee, P." Thomas Lee (1690-1750) as council president was acting in the absence of Robert Dinwiddie (1692-1770), the new resident (lieutenant) governor.

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