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- Manuscript account, 1764, of the arguments in the case of Bolling v. Bolling, chiefly written in the hand of Thomas Jefferson. The case deals with issues of property and inheritance law that arose out of the will of Edward Bolling, a member of a prominent Virginia family who died in 1769. The parties were his brothers, Archibald and Robert Bolling. George Wythe represented Archibald Bolling, the plaintiff; and Thomas Jefferson represented Robert Bolling, the executor and defendant
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