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Orders of the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Prince George County, 1773 Dec. 8.

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Abstract

Contains an order of the Court of Oyer & Terminer held for Prince George County for the valuation of Griff, a slave belonging to the estate of Frederick Jones, who was condemned for a felony. Also includes an order for the valuation of Jack, a slave belonging to the Duncan Rose, who was condemned for a felony. Lastly, there is an an order of the Court of Oyer & Terminer held for Prince George County for the valuation of Will, a slave belonging to John Banister, who was condemned for a felony. The orders are signed by Theodoric Bland, clerk of Prince George County.