1814.113: Documents concerning Expenses attending Defense of Virginia.
Full Title: [Documents concerning Expenses attending Defense of Virginia].
Author: Virginia. Executive.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Deborah W. L. Pleasants
No copy known extant; on October 21, 1814, the Assembly requested that Gov. Barbour provide detailed accounts of military expense to date that had not been included in previous reports; on November 4th, he submitted those accounts, and the House promptly ordered 250 copies of those documents printed for the use of the Assembly in its deliberations. 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 formal title until January 1, 1815; thereafter, Thomas Ritchie, the printer to the Senate, assumed that larger role, with his protégé, Thomas Burling, taking on his old assignment; this division of labor meant that most of the session's printing was completed at the Argus Office, with Ritchie picking up the load with the start of the new year, just three weeks work; still, the daily House journal was issued from the Argus Office for the duration of the Assembly. This work distribution informs the attribution made here.
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