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George W. Washington vs. J.B. Slaughter, Trustee, etc.: Chancery Cause, King William County (Part 2 of 2)

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-sentative; but court say for much; yr comr thinks, the amount of five hundred dollars, very nearly the amount; the records have all been destroyed yr comr as comr and as attorney for pltfs, will raise no objection to having a proper decree entered, confirming this report &c Respectfully submitted J. N. Stubbs Spl Court Oct 5th/85 1885 Oct 3rd Recd of J. N. Stubbs Cover the sum of two hundred dollars on account of suit due R. L. Henley advisor H. R. Pollard Advisor