John Hancock Document Signed during the Revolutionary War as the first governor of Massachusetts. One page, 7" x 12", Boston...
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Hancock signed this letter in the second year of his first gubernatorial term and three years after the end of his Continental Congress presidency. While serving as the captain of a Massachusetts company during the French and Indian War, Jotham Gay was involved in a British invasion of Nova Scotia. He settled there and later served as a member of the Nova Scotian House of Assembly during the 1770s. This document is on toned paper with sturdy folds and thin mounting remnants along the edge on verso; fine condition.
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