Final Settlement of the Estate, General George Washington: Estate, Lawrence Lewis (Washington's Executor) ; Estate, Lorenzo Lewis (Lawrence Lewis' Executor) ; by Order of H. L. D. Lewis (administrator to Estate Mrs. Lorenzo Lewis) ; Thomas Birch's Sons, Auctioneers

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Thomas Birch's Sons, 1890 - 64 pagina's
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