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EDMUND RANDOLPH (1753-1814)
EDMUND RANDOLPH (1753-1814) 
Aide-de-campe to General George Washington during the Revolution

Aide-de-campe to General George Washington during the Revolution, Member of the Continental Congress, Delegate to the Constitutional Convention. First US Attorney General, later Secretary of State. Two-page handwritten letter signed by Randolph concerning a Congressional "Act for the Relief of Certain inhabitants of St. Domingo," dated February 27, 1794. $650.00*


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