Colonial Pa 1772 Arrest Doc. Signed By Revolutionary War Col. George Wood
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Colonial Pa 1772 Arrest Doc. Signed By Revolutionary War Col. George Wood:
Frameable part-printed document signed in 1772 by George Wood. Size 13” by 5” on laid, watermarked, rag-content paper; age toned, a few tiny holes along folds, overall very good condition. The document is an ORIGINAL Colonial Pennsylvania arrest writ in part as follows: “ George the Third, by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. to the Sheriff of Cumberland…, greeting: We command you , that you take… and them safely keep so that ” they appear in court. Document dated “in the 12th Year of our Reign.”. George Wood was colonel of the First Battalion of the Bedford Pennsylvania Militia during the Revolutionary War. This is a genuine original, period piece, not a copy or reproduction.