The Virginia Gazette

September 5, 1771. Number 278. Page 3, Column 1, No. 1

FALMOUTH, August 29, 1771.

THE commissioners appointed to state an account of the tobacco lost at Falmouth and Dixon's warehouses by the late great fresh, finding by the inspectors books and information, that there are about 30 thirty hogsheads of tobacco lost, for which no claims have been made, intend to meet at Fredericksburg, on Tuesday the 24th of September, being the second day of the Fair, to receive such claims as shall then be offered, ad certify such as shall appear to be just.