1814.111: Communications on Unsatisfied Claims of Virginia with United States.
Full Title: Communications from the executive to the General Assembly, on the subject of the unsatisfied claims of the Commonwealth of Virginia on the government of the United States. Printed by order of the House of Delegates
Author: Virginia. Executive.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Ritchie & Trueheart
Description: 138 pgs.; 18 cm. (8vo).
Only known copy is held by the Library of Virginia; the House ordered this compilation of reports and documents printed on October 20, 1814 for use of the Assembly in this session. Long-time public printer, Samuel Pleasants, died six days before this session opened; the Assembly chose to continue employing his press for most of this session, granting his widow, Deborah W. L. Pleasants, her husband's title until January 1, 1815; still, some extraordinary assignments, such as this one, were delegated to the Ritchie & Trueheart press in advance of Ritchie's assumption of the post of public printer with the dawn of 1815.
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