This case details accusations against M'Intosh for being a loyalist in sending his rice crop to British ships and of breaking the law prohibiting trade with the British. Arrested, with much of his estate was seized by the head of Georgia, without consultation of his Council. George claimed innocence, claiming he was deceived by his partners who were Tories.A defense of M'Intosh against charges of loyalist sympathies.
Tentatively ascribed to the Savannah press of Lancaster & Mumford by D.C. McMurtrie in his Located Georgia imprints of the eighteenth century not in the DeRenne Catalogue, 1934.
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