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Richard Bland

American planter and statesman from Virginia who, between 1774 and 1775, was an associate from the Continental Congress. After getting Justice from the Peacefulness in Prince George State, he became a armed forces officer. He compared the launch of bishops in to the colonies and, following introduction from the Stamp Work, he was among the initial colonist to provide a full debate against taxation without representation in his pamphlet ‘An Inquiry in to the Rights from the United kingdom Colonies’. His dad was among the founding people from the First Groups of Virginia. His cousin wedded Thomas Jefferson.

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