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Text:"... as miyibeft anfwer fo -defirabie * purpofe. .'_c'%. . . I Xjthly, and laftly.; Refolved,"that the Moderator0 of this meeting, and, in cafe of his dea^h, RobertCarterNicholas, Efq; be empowered, on any future..."
Date:Sep 17 1774
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and was exceedingly hostile to them and to all liberal measures. * RobertCarterNicholas (1715-1780), one of the most eminent V^irginians of the Revolutionary period. His hijjh character and piety made him especially..."
Date:1907
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... and was exceedingly hostile to them and to all liberal measures. 5 RobertCarterNicholas (1715-1780), one of the most eminent Virginians of the Revolutionary period. His high character and piety made him especially..."
Date:1908
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... and was exceedingly hostile to them and to all liberal measures. s RobertCarterNicholas (1715-1780), one of the most eminent Virginians of the Revolutionary period. His high character and piety made him especially..."
Date:1907
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... opposition. 3 The Governor disknowing that RobertCarterNicholas, the chairman of the committee of religion, was no less zealous than themselves against the attempt to starve thousands of American people..."
Date:Between 1743 and 1790
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... opposition. 3 The Governor disknowing that RobertCarterNicholas, the chairman of the committee of religion, was no less zealous than themselves against the attempt to starve thousands of American people..."
Date:Between 1743 and 1826
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... the Colonies and was exceedingly hostile to them and to all liberal measures. ^RobertCarterNicholas (1715-1780), one of the most eminent V'irginians of the Revolutionary period. His hif;h character and piety..."
Date:1908
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... opposition.-^ The Governor disknowing that RobertCarterNicholas, the chairman of the committee of reHgion, was no less zealous than themselves against the attempt to starve thousands of American people..."
Date:Between 1743 and 1790
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... invariably appointed Treasurer until a separation of the offices was effected in 1766, on the death of Speaker Robinson, when Peyton Randolph was elected Speaker, and RobertCarterNicholas, Treasurer..."
Date:Between 1788 and 1897
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"..., has peculiar weight. In the worst of times, God never leaves himself without a witness. There appears on the vestry-list the two names of George Nicholas and his son, RobertCarterNicholas. The former..."
Date:1878
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:".... Tiernan, was the daughter of RobertCarterNicholas, who was for many years United States District Attorney, for Virginia, and Elizabeth Ambler. Mrs. Nicholas was the daughter of Colonel John Ambler..."
Date:1901
Publication place:Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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Text:"...THE COLONIAL BAR OF VIRGINM AND MARYLAND 47 John Blair/ John Lewis,^ George Wythe, RobertCarterNicholas,^ Thomas Jefferson,^ John Tyler,^ Dabney Carr/ Peter Lyons, George Johnson, Paul Carrington..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...THE COLONIAL BAR OF \1RGIXL\ AND MARYLAND 47 John Blair/ John Lewis,^ George Wythe,^ RobertCarterNicholas, Thomas Jefferson/ John Tylcr,^ Dabney Carr/ Peter Lyons, George Johnson, Paul Carrington..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... General Samuel Smith. Judge Philip Norborne Nicholas was the son of RobertCarterNicholas and Ann Gary...."
Date:1901
Publication place:Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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Text:"... until a separation of the offices was effected in 1766, on the death of Speaker Robinson, when Peyton Randolph was elected Speaker, and RobertCarterNicholas. Treasurer. The Burgesses rarely changed..."
Date:1788
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"..., has peculiar weight. In the worst of times, God never leaves himself without a witness. There appears on the vestry-list the two names of George Nicholas and his son, RobertCarterNicholas. The former..."
Date:1861
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... until a separation of the offices was effected in 1766, on the death of Speaker Robinson, when Peyton Randolph was elected Speaker, and RobertCarterNicholas, Treasurer. The Burgesses rarely changed..."
Date:Between 1788 and 1890
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...VIRGINIA LAWYERS. 85 Lewis(i), George Wythe (2), RobertCarterNicholas (3), Thomas Jefferson (4), John Tyler(5), Dabney Carr(6), Peter Lyons, George Johnson, Paul Carrington, George Mason (7..."
Date:1908
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., has peculiar weight. In the worst of times, God never leaves himself without a witness. There appears on the vestry-list the two names of George Nicholas and his son, RobertCarterNicholas. The former..."
Date:1861
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"..., has peculiar w^eight. In the worst of times, God never leaves himself without a witness. There appears on the vestry-list the two names of George Nicholas and his son, RobertCarterNicholas. The former..."
Date:1966
Place:Virginia, USA