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Someone found a never-before-seen copy of the Declaration of Independence

There’s more than just one big time copy of the Declaration of Independence, a copy, that has now apparently been found in England.  According to Harvard researchers, researchers from their University apparently came across the interesting discovery inside Chichester England, once belonging to Charles Lennox.

Lennox,  is believed to have been the 3rd Duke of Richmond, also known as the “Radical Duke”. At the time (this apparently took place around the year 1780) he was considered to be a nationalist of sorts, similar, to politicians in the current Trump administration in present day.

The Duke was apparently a  strong supporter of American colonists, although, the newly discovered Declaration was actually commissioned by James Wilson.

Meanwhile, others are wondering if this may or may not throw questions into play about the Declaration of Independence currently on display in Washington, D.C.

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