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Bank of Potomac, etc. v. Sheehy, Edward and wife, etc.: Chancery Cause, Arlington County (Part 5 of 13)

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District of Columbia, to wit. The United States of America to the Marshall of the District of Columbia, Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summon Edward Sheehy in his own right & as administrator of Edward McLaughlin, and Ann Sheehy wife of the said Edward, & one of the children & heirs at law of the said Edward McLaughlin - Bridgett, otherwise called Biddy McLaughlin; another of the children & heirs at law of the said Edward McLaughlin, & surety for the said Edward Sheehys administration on the said estate; and Edmund J Lee Trustee under a deed of Trust from the said Edward Sheehy to appear before the honorable Judges of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for the County of Alexandria, at the court-house, of the said County in the Town of Alexandria, at the next Court, to answer a bill in chancery exhibited against them by the President, Directors & Company of the Bank of Potomac, & Elijah Dallatt Copartners in trade under the firm of Elijah Dallatt & Dallatt Co who sue in behalf of themselves & such other creditors of the estate of Edward McLaughlin decd as will make themselves parties & contribute to the expense of this suit. and this they shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of $333 33; and have then there this writ. Witness, the honorable William Cranch, Chief Judge of our said Court, this 29th day of September 1837 Edm: J. Lee