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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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Bank of Potomac } Circuit Court of the v } District of Columbia, Edward Sheehy } for the County of Bridget McLaughlin & others } Washington

1 Upon the first issue joined the jury say, that the valuable Consideration expressed in the deed referred to in said issue was paid by Bridget McLaughlin to said James Roberston [sic] - and that said property mentioned in said deed was purchased bona fide by the said Bridget with her own funds -

2 Upon the second issue the jury find the said deeds of the 6th of November 1832 & 9th of November 1833 in said issue mentioned were not nor was either of them made with intent to hinder delay or defraud the Complainants of their just and lawful actions as creditors of the said Edward McLaughlin and the jury further find that said two deeds were made for valuable Consideration and bona fide -

3 Upon the third issue the jury find the said deed of the 15th September 1834 mentioned in said issue was not made with intent to hinder or delay the said Complainants and they further find that the same was bona fide and for valuable Consideration.