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Timber Licence, David Easson

To cut timber for export, on ungranted lands in Annapolis County.  22 December 1780.  2 pages : 30 x 49 cm.   Easson family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 vol. 3478 A/120

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          By Sir Richard Hughes
          Baronet Lieutenant Governor and
          Commander in Chief in and over
          His Majestys Province of Nova
          Scotia & its dependencies etc etc etc
          Licence is hereby Granted unto David Eason
          (during pleasure) to Cutt and Fell Timber
          for Exportation in any part of the Ungrant-
          ed Lands in the County of Annapolis, ex-
          cepting such Pine Trees as are reserved by
          Acts of Parliament for the use of His
          Majestys Navy.
          Given under my hand & Seal at Halifax
          This Twenty Second day of December 1780
          R Hughes

By Command of the Lt. Governor
          R Bulkeley

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