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    Thomas Mifflin Partly Printed Document Signed "Tho Mifflin" as Governor of Pennsylvania, one page, 21" x 11.5". [Pennsylvania], July 21, 1798. On vellum. Grant of land called "'Landsdown' situate on Loyalsock Creek in Lycoming County," to Robert E. Griffith. The land had been conveyed to Griffith by Henry Simpson on March 3, 1794. Signed by Mifflin in the upper left under an embossed paper seal affixed with red wax. Two points of the seal are folded over to see the entire signature. Thomas Mifflin, first Governor of Pennsylvania (1790-1799), was a Member of the Continental Congress (1774-1775, 1782-1784), serving as President of the United States in Congress Assembled from November 3, 1783 to October 31, 1784. In 1787, he signed the U.S. Constitution. Light soiling mostly in blank areas, not touching strong Mifflin signature. Folds. Fine condition.

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