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Moore, William T.: Commonwealth Cause, Richmond City

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-debted to the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of one thousand dollars each of their respective goods and chattels, lands and tenements to be levied, and to the said Commonwealth, for the use of the Commonwealth to be rendered; Yet upon this condition that if the said William T. Moore shall make his personal appearance before the Court of Hustings for the City of Richmond to be held by the Mayor, Recorder and Alderman of the said City on the first day of its next term, to answer the Commonwealth of and concerning a charge of feloniously, unlawfully and maliciously shooting and wounding John a slave the property of Polly Perrin, with intent to maim, disable, disfigure and kill him. And shall not depart thence without the leave of the Said Court, then this recognizance is to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue A Copy Teste James Ellett clerk February 9" 1861