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Jacob: Chancery Cause, Halifax County (Part 1 of 2)

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restraining them of their freedom: and that they may have such other & farther relief as the case may require and to equity may seem meet: May it please your Honour to grant the Commonweaths writ of subpoena &c. R. Logan [F?].C.

36 172 200 108 ___ 552

321 36 18 20 ___ 3.95

[to clerk?] of [illegible] to [illgible] 5.52 Do of [illegible] [illegible] 395 Shff 50 Atts and tax 17.42 _____ 27.39

To pay for costs [illegible] to July [illgible] 1841


[Box?] #7 Jacob, Mary & oth: paupers vs } Bill P. E. Vass's Exr. filed 29" April 1840 1840 May Court " June same " July Ansr filed Genl repl and Court " August [illegible] " Sept same " Octo same [hole in page] hearing [hole in page] 12th final decree