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Title David Tate, Tory or Continental?
Catalog Number 2009.1.507
Object Name Photocopy
Scope & Content Verbatim copy and summary of text from unnamed original source documenting events between August 1780 and June 1783. Discusses charges against David Tate "on suspicion of being a Torey." Describes 1780 guilty verdict, fine levied, ten year imprisonment punishment, then next-day release of Tate from jail and fines if he joins "Continental service" for 18 months. Other data copied by author may be a summary of the original source; gives further later details relating to Tate, 1783, 1789. Author not given.
Subjects Tories
War
Sedition
Revolutionary War
Trials
People Tate, David
Skillern, Colonel
Sawyer, Simpson
Brown, James
Neels, John
Knox, William
Tate, Edward
Knox, Comfort
Collection Dorothy S. Kessler Collection
Copyright Historic Fincastle, Inc. has exclusive use and rights to Dorothy S. Kessler's historical materials.