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Chappell, James M. v. Meadows, Osborne and wife, etc: Chancery Cause, Halifax County

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Meadows &c. vs Drinkard, Adm,'r Exceptions The Deft. James M Chappell excepts to the account of Com'r Terry filed in the cause at Sept. Term 1851. [illegible] 1. He charges Branch R Drinkard to one bond 100$ & calculates interest form 10 Dec'r 1845 when the bond became due. 2. April 1842 & has only allowed interest to the Amt. of 34$.32 cts. When this interest should have been 85$ the bonds bearing interest at 10 per cent. the bonds being entered into in the State of Missouri, when such interest is legal: which he offers to prove. Because he has [illegible] rejected another bond for the [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] interest executed in the same state. Both of which were assigned to deft by the [witness?] J. D. McGary & Co. Because he has not allowed the amount of a bond executed by Beverly C. Drinkard & Branch R Drunkard for $104.62 dated 24 Sept. 1841 due 15 months after Date with interest at 10 pr cent but being taken to [illegible] by aforesaid, payable to J. D. McGary & Co. & [illegible] to deft but her only allows 50$ for same. Because he has not charged John Drinkard with a bond due the Adm'r in right of his intestate for the sum of 65$ dated 28 August 1832 which bond [illegible] have been taken out of his share = Because he has taken no account of advance [illegible] as ordered by decree of Apl. term. Sept 11th 1851, T. J. Green, Barksdale, Flourney } for Defts.