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Deposition of Alexander McCulloch concerning land grants in North Carolina
McCulloch, Alexander, d. 1798
April 03, 1750
Volume 04, Page 1092

Answers to Interrogatories administred this third day of April Anno. Dom: 1750. to Mr. Alexander McCulloh Deputy Auditor who being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God answereth & saith

To the first. That he this respondent once and but once saw several Patents but what number this Respondent can't tell at the said Mr. Griffeth's room at one Duncan's near Bath with the said Governor's hand thereto subscribed without the Great Seal of the Province of North Carolina which were at that time blank or not filled up.

To the second. That the said Governor once or twice told this Respondent that Eleazer Allen Esqre then receiver General had complained for the want of a rent roll but at what time this Respondent can't remember And this respondent further answereth that he this respondent did satisfy the said Governor that he wou'd give the said receiver General a rent roll which this respondent accordingly did.

ALEXANDER McCULLOH.