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

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Negroes Sarah &c vs Ellzeys, amdr. &c This cause coming on this 17th day of April 1839, again to be heard upon the papers formerly read in the cause and upon the report of the Commissioner Thomas Rogers dated on the 10th Apr. 1839 & this day returned to which there is no exception & which is therefore approved as consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge order and decree that the said Rogers pay Wm A Powell clerk of this Court the sum of $5.23 his fee, pay to Notley C. Williams admin de bonis non of Thomazin Ellzey, decd. the sum of one hundred and twenty nine dollars & twenty seven to the balance in his hands to be applied so far as it goes to the past satisfaction of the Judgments obtained in behalf of the said Ellzeys, admr. vs David Laceys Exors. in the bill & proceedings mentioned as of the day of payment owed by said Thomas Rogers. bills concerning in this case agt. the Complts. & that he