1786.002: House Resolves on Foreign Bills of Exchange.
Full Title: Virginia. In the House of Delegates, January 13, 1786. Resolved, that the damages on foreign bills of exchange, protested, ought to be the same in this state and the state of Maryland ... Resolved, that it is essential to the commerce and revenue of the state of Maryland, and of this state, that duties on imports or exports (if laid) should be the same in both states ...
Author: Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Dixon & Holt
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 28 cm. x 23 cm. (broadside, printed in two columns).
Sheet lacks printer credit; Dunlap & Hayes, the public printers, were ordered to print copies of these resolves on the day they were adopted, but failed to do so; the executive council later engaged Dixon & Holt to complete the task. Signed in print: "Teste John Beckley, C.H.D. Agreed to by the Senate, H. Brooke, C.S."
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