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Blimdell, Francis (fl. 1692) "The End of Leysler's business"

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.00204 Author/Creator: Blimdell, Francis (fl. 1692) Place Written: [s.l.] Type: Autograph document signed Date: 1692 Pagination: 1p. + docket 16 x 22 cm

Summary of Content: Opinion of the provincial council that Jacob Leisler and his associates "were Condemned and Suffered according to law but that there familys may be fitt objects of there Majesties mercy to have the Estates of their Relations restored to them upon there humble application to there Majesties for the same."

Full Transcript: [s.I, 1692]
The Maj[esty] C[h]arged with
Joyning himselfe with papist and other disaffected persons to their Majesties and Committing Severall outrages agains the People. Upon hearing the ...Bussinesse fully by Councill wee are off opinion that Leisler and the rest were Condemned and Suffered according to law but that there familys may be fitt objects of there Maj[esty's] mercy to have the Estates of there Relations restored to them upon there humble application to there Maj[esty] for the same
Francis Blimdell
[Docket]
The End of Leyslers bussinesse 1692
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Historical Era: Colonization and Settlement, 1585-1763

Subjects: RebellionGovernment and CivicsPardonDeath PenaltyLawChildren and FamilyEstatePolitics

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