The Life and Letters of John Paul Jones - Vol. 2

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APPENDIX J
POWER OF ATTORNEY FROM JONES'S HEIRS

Janet Taylor & All's
to
Robert Hyslop Ex'd

KNOW ALL MEN by these presents We Mrs. Janet Taylor or Paul eldest Sister German of the Deceased, Mr. John Paul Jones, Citizen of the United States of America sometime Resident at Paris and spouse to William Taylor, Watchmaker in Dumfries, Parish and County of Dumfries, North Britain, with the special advice and consent of the said William Taylor, my Husband, and I, the said William Taylor for myself my own right and interest and as taking burden upon me for my said Spouse and we both with one consent as Administrators in Law of our Son William Taylor of Dumfries aforesaid, who is at present under age by a few months, and I, Miss Janet Taylor of Dumfries aforesaid, Daughter of the said William Taylor and Mrs. Janet Taylor or Paul Spouses AND we all with mutual consent have made, constituted and ordained and DO by these presents make, constitute and ordain and in our place and stead put and depute Robert Hyslop Esquire, of the City of New York, in the United States of America, Merchant, to be our true and lawful Attorney for us and in our Name and behalf to call to account and bring to a reckoning & to adjust and settle accounts with the Honorable Robert Morris, Esquire, of Philadelphia, in the said United States of America, who was the only Testamentory Executor of the said Deceased Mr. John Paul Jones named and appointed by his last Will & Settlement dated at Paris the eighteenth day of July, one thousand seven hundred and ninety two years for his intromissions & Management of the Estates real and personal, moveable and immoveable of the said Deceased Mr. John Paul Jones in the United States of America or elsewhere, as also with all and sundry other person or persons within the United States of America or elsewhere who is, are or shall be indebted to the Estates, Real or Personal moveable or immoveable of the said Deceased, Mr. John Paul Jones upon any account and by

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