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Children of Augustine G. Monroe vs. James Monroe, trst., etc.: Chancery Cause, Loudoun County (Part 1 of 2)

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The answer of A. G. Monroe to a bill of complaint exhibited agt him & others in the County Court of Loudoun by Armistead T. Monroe & others by M. Skinner their next friend This respondent making the usual & necessary reservations for answer to said bill says he admits its material allegations & says he is content to waive all right & title legal & equitable he may have to said negroes in the bill & proceedings mentioned in favour of James Monroe his brother for the benefit of his children the four Plfs & that the said slaves shall be sold & disposed of & the proceeds divided or invested in stock or at Interest at the discretion of said James Monroe at the pleasure of the Court & prays to be hence dismissed &c