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in the Depositions filed with this report. By reference to said accounts it will appear that the said guardian or his Estate was indebted to each of his four children who were also his wards on the 1st day of January 1862 in the sum of $1368.64; and that the commissioner has computed the interest on them up to the date of payments made as reported by the commissioner in his former report; and after deducting these payments from said accounts a balance is found to be due to Mary Anna Northam (formerly Nock) on the 20th Oct: 1868 of $953,05; a balance is found to be due to Wm J. Nock or his representative on the 25th March 1871 of $933,93; a balance is found to be due John & Nock on the 11th Sept. 1868, of $872,28; and a balance is found to be due Sarah Ann Susan Nock or to her husband [blank] Powell in her right of $1066,22 on the 21st December 1869.