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Sarah: Freedom Suit, Loudoun County (Part 2 of 6)

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Negro Sarah et al v Ellzey's administrator Injunction I consent that the negroes in the bill mentioned may be hired out by the [Marshal?]] and that the fund raised by said hiring shall be held subject to the future order of the Court. But if this is done the Debt ought not to have his rule for additional security because the negroes are now in the possession of their security and if they are taken out of her possession by the marshall the injunction will probably be disputed upon the return of the rule for want of additional security. If this impression be correct and the execution be then levied upon them they will not be benefited by the hiring on the contrary they will be prejudiced fore so long as they remain in the possession of Mr. Lacey who is now their