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Thirty Thousand dollars, with satisfactory personal security thereto, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of his office as such Executor; and in that capacity the said William Nock took into his possession and custody the said personal estate of the Testator. The said Executor, however, failed to return any inventory or appraisement of his Testator's estate, and, although he made sale of many of his Testator's Effects, has never returned any account of such sale. On the 29th day of September, 1869, the said Executor applied to Master Commissioner John B. Ailworth to state on account of his transactions as such; and, accordingly, on the 8th day of January, 1870, the said Commissioner returned on account of said transactions, which, on the 30th day of May 1870, was confirmed by the county court of said county; no other account has been returned. A copy of said account, marked A., is herewith filed, and prayed to be taken and read as fact of this Bill. Your orators and oratrices allege that the said account is erroneous in many particulars; & that it fails to charge the said Executor with large sums of money that came, or by the exercise of due and proper