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4th of July Chicken Recipes

Right here you will find easy and delicious 4th of July recipe idea.  You choose a dish suggestion that works for you, and then add the suggested side, salad, and even a terrific dessert. Good eating!

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Signature on the Declaration of Independence

George Wythe (1726 June 8, 1806) was an American lawyer, a judge, a prominent law professor and "Virginia's foremost classical scholar." Wythe's signature is positioned at the head of the list of seven Virginia signatories on the United States Declaration of Independence.  Wythe served as a representative of Virginia and a delegate to the Constitutional Convention though he left the Convention early and did not sign the final version of the Constitution.

Wythe is believed to have been murdered in June 1806 by arsenic poisoning by his great-nephew George Wythe Sweeney.  He was likely targeting Lydia Broadnax, Wythe's housekeeper, and her mixed-race son Michael Brown, to whom Wythe made bequests in his will.  Brown died a week before Wythe but Broadnax survived.

Some historians have suggested that she was Wythe's lover, or common-law wife, and Brown his son, but others disagree.  As blacks were prevented by law from testifying at trials against whites, Sweeney was acquitted. He later served time for horse stealing.

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