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Hughe, John E., etc. v. Bruin, Joseph, etc.: Chancery Cause, Arlington County

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the taking of said depositions by adjournment from time to time as shown by my adjourning orders for the purpose of taking the testimony of a witness living in the District of Columbia. The said witness not having appeared I have been requested to close the taking of depositions under the notice aforesaid. And I do further certify that the several answers of the deponents Chatham & Masterson to the interrogatories propounded to them were wholly committed to writing by me and were afterwards subscribed by the said witnesses in my presence. All of which is certified to the Circuit Court of Alexandria County. Given under my hand and official seal this 30" day of October, 1850. W. C. Yeaton. {Seal} My fee for the above depositions and adjourning orders and subpoenas for witnesses is $6.75/100. Time employed nine hours, which has been paid me by Plffs: W.C.Y.