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Johnston, John J. v. Mitchell, William A., etc.: Chancery Cause, Warren County (Part 3 of 4)

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Know all men by these presents that we John J. Johnston and John Brownley are held and firmly bound unto James C. Mitchell in the sum of Three Thousand two hundred dollars to be paid to the said James C. Mitchell his certain attorney executors, Administrators or assigns for which payment will and truly to be made, we bind ourselves our heirs Executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as Witness our hands and seals this 14th day of October 1844. The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound, John J. Johnston hath obtained from the Honorable John Scott a Judge of the General Court and Judge of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery assigned to the 6th Judicial Circuit an Injunction to restrain until the further order of the Circuit Superior Court of law and chancery for Warren County, all further proceedings as to the sum of fourteen hundred and twenty dollars with interest thereon from the first day of January 1843 until payment and $7.31 costs part of an Execution now in the hands of the Sheriff of Warren County in the name of James C. Mitchell against the goods & chattels of the said John J. Johnston and [Major?] Johnston for the sum of $2600. with interest thereon from the first day of September 1841 until payment and $8.61 costs credited by interest paid to 1 Sept 1842 which Execution issued on a Judgment of the Circuit Superior Court of law & Chancery for Warren County rendered on the 31 day of August 1844 and to restrain until the further order of the said Circuit Superior Court of law and Chancery for Warren County all further proceedings as to the said sum of $1420. with interest thereon from 1st January 1843, until payment and $7.31 costs part of an Execution now in the hands of the Sheriff of Clarke County against the goods and chattels of [illegible] Tuley for the said sum of $2600 with interest thereon form the 1 day of September 1841 and credited by interest to 1 Sept 1842 & [blank] costs which Execution was [opened?] from the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery of Clarke County on a Judgment rendered in the said Court at its March term 1844. Now if the said john J Johnston shall will and truly pay and satisfy the Judgments and executions aforesaid and all such costs and damages as shall be awarded against him in case the Injunction aforesaid shall be disposed this the above obligation to be void else to remain in full force and virtue. Jno. J. Johnston (seal) Jn Brownley (seal) Signed, sealed & acknowledged in presence of ] R S McKay Warren County to wit. This day Jn Brownley the security in the above bond personally appeared before me a Justice of the peace for said County and made oath that he is worth the penalty of the said bond after the payment of his just debts and those for which he is security and expects to have to pay. Given under my hand this 24th day Octo'r 1844. R S McKay J.P.