H. Lee (Henry Lee IV) to Judge Woodward (Augustus Brevoort Woodward) September 15, 1824

From: Florida Supreme Court case files, Series 49, Wallet 774

Power of Attorney


Awards of such arbitrator or arbitrators And I further empower my said attorney to substitute any person or persons to act under him for all or any other purposes aforesaid and such substitute or substitutes from time to time as pleasure to remove and displace and another or others to appoint in his her or their stead And generally to do all and whatsoever shall be necessary in about or concerning the premises as fully and effectually to all intents & purposes as I might or could do if personally present Thereby satisfying confirming and allowing and agreeing to ratify confirm and allow all and whatsoever my said attorney or his Substitute or Substitutes shall lawfully do or cause to be done in or about the premises by virtue of these [?] In Witness whereof I the said Thomas Browne have unto set my hand and seal this 20th day of July in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and seventeen.


Thomas Browne

Michael [?]

A true Copy of its original unto me the undersigned produced for that Purpose, Which after due Examination, I attest in London the thirteenth Day of September, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen

[?] attestor

John Vann Notr. Pub.

Consulate U.S.A.

London I Thomas Aspinwall Consul of the United States of America for London and the dependencies thereof do hereby make known and certify to all whom it may concern that John Venn who hath signed the foregoing attestation is a Notary Public duly admitted and sworn & practicing in the City of London and so shall all acts by him so done full faith law and credit are and ought to be given [?] Indicature and thereof

Given under my land & Official Seal in London aforesaid this fifteenth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen & of the Independence of the said United States forty four

Thos Aspinwall