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Francis Lightfoot Lee

Lee, Francis Lightfoot (1734–97), American patriot and revolutionary leader. As a member of the Virginia House of Representatives (1758–76), Continental Congress delegate (1775–79), and a signer of the Declaration of Independence, Lee consistently advocated rebellion against England. He helped draft the Articles of Confederation.

See also: Committees of correspondence.

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