A document signed by Sir George Jackson (1725-1822), as Judge Advocate of the Fleet, on 30 October 1770, the year his friend Captain James Cook named Port Jackson (and Cape Jackson in New Zealand) after him. Sir George JACKSON, Charles FOX.

A document signed by Sir George Jackson (1725-1822), as Judge Advocate of the Fleet, on 30 October 1770, the year his friend Captain James Cook named Port Jackson (and Cape Jackson in New Zealand) after him

Three Lords Commissioners to the Admiralty have also signed this exemption 'from being impressed into His Majesty's Service': Lord Charles Spencer, Admiral Sir Francis Holburne, and a very young The Honourable Charles Fox (1749-1806). Foolscap folio, printed recto only with manuscript insertions; creased where folded; in excellent condition.

Item #76111

Price: $650.00

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