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    Jonathan Trumble (Trumbull) Sr. Documents Signed. Seven pages, 8.5" x 12", Connecticut, February 12, 1756-March 4, 1762, regarding expenses that were incurred by members of the Connecticut Assembly with Trumble's signature seen prior to changing it to Trumbull. With additional signatures by Matthew Griswold, Roger Newton, Benjamin Hall, Jabez Hamlin, Ebenezer Silliman, Jabez Huntington, Thomas Welles, Jonathan Huntington, John Chester, Andrew Burr, Phineas Lyman, Daniel Edwards, Shubael Conant, and George Wyllys. Smoothed folds with tattered edges. Areas of staining and toning.

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    October, 2013
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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