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Annual Report of the Attorney General [Doc. No. XIII.]

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4 Doc. No. 13. IV. In the circuit court of Henrico 1. John Caruthers v Commonwealth 2. Miles King's adm'r v same: 3. Nathan Smith's adm'r v same: 4. Browning's adm'r v same: 5. Nelson's adm'r v same: 6. William Kunningham's adm'r v same: 7. Crolly & McKeon v the Northwestern Turnpike Co: These old cases stand as at last report. V. In the circuit court of Richmond Law Cases 1. Commonwealth v Friend Cox: Clerk of the circuit of Wetzel: 2. Same v same: clerk of the county court of Wetzel These are motions for the auditor of public accounts, made last June, for the penalty fixed by law for a clerk's failing to render an account of taxes collected by him. They were continued then by the auditor's direction. 3. E.A. Morton & Co. v. Blue Ridge Railroad Co: Suit for an alleged violation of contract standing on the trial docket. No witnesses have been summoned for the Board of public works. Chancery Causes 1. Board of Public Works v Richmond Dock Company: 2. Carrington v Board of Public Works: Two old cases in which it is not known that the commonwealth has any material interest remaining. 3. Commonwealth v Bickley and others: An order has been made for the collection of the first installment bonds. No report by the commissioner as to the collection. 4. Franklin v Attorney General and others: In the hands of the court. 5. Walker v Board of Public Works, &e. A suit growing out of a controversy between two claimants of money due for work on the Blue Ridge turnpike. The board is a party only as stakeholder. W.P. Bocock, Att'y Gen'l. His Excellency Joseph Johnson, Governor of Virginia.