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Confession of judgment and portrait, 1764 November 5.

Author: George Read; James Barton Longacre; Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection (University of Virginia)
Publisher: [S.l.] : Engraved by J.B. Longacre from a painting by Pine, n.d.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Read, as "Attorney specially Constituted" summarizes a case against defendants John and William Murphy in the suit of Margaret Grantham vs. John Murphy & William Murphy for a debt of 120 pounds. There is no answer from the defendants or conclusion. Read notes on the verso that the defendants "Come & Confess Judgement to the Plaintiff ... with Cost of Suit &c." As the document was written two months before the debt
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Genre/Form: Confession of judgment
Engravings
Portraits
Named Person: Margaret Grantham; John Murphy; William Murphy; Robert Edge Pine; George Read
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George Read; James Barton Longacre; Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection (University of Virginia)
OCLC Number: 55225191
Notes: Forms part of the Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection.
Description: 2 items.
Other Titles: George Read confession of judgment and portrait

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Read, as "Attorney specially Constituted" summarizes a case against defendants John and William Murphy in the suit of Margaret Grantham vs. John Murphy & William Murphy for a debt of 120 pounds. There is no answer from the defendants or conclusion. Read notes on the verso that the defendants "Come & Confess Judgement to the Plaintiff ... with Cost of Suit &c." As the document was written two months before the debt was due if may have been written for the plaintiff (Grantham) to use in case the Murphys did not pay.

An engraving of Read accompanies the document.

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