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McConnico, Christopher v. Nicolson, George: Judgment, Brunswick County

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Know all men by these presents, that we Christopher McConnico and Richard Bate, are held and firmly bound unto George Nicolson in the just and full fum of Fifteen hundred pounds seven shillings & six pence to be paid to the said George Nicolson his certain attorney, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns; to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves jointly and severally, and each of our joint and several heirs, executors, and administrators, firmly by these present. Sealed with our seals, and dated this Twelfth day of September one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six.

The condition of the above obligation is such, That whereas George Nicolson hath sued out of the District court of Brunswick a writ of fieri facias against the estate of the above bound Christopher McConnico for the fum of Seven hundred and fifty pounds three shillings and nine pence and all legal cofts attending the fame; and Jas. Williams [Depty?] for Billy H [Avery?] Sheriff of the county of [District George?] has seized and taken, by virtue of the said writ, Sundry property, to wit, one Schooner by the name of Hope with her Riggin and [Sloop?] name Betsey with her Riggin and six negro fellows, Robin, Charles, Will, Frank, Lewis, & Harry, belonging to the said Chritopher McConnico to satisfy the same. Now if the above bound Christopher McConnico and Richard Bate or either of them, do well and truly deliver or cause to be delivered, the above mentioned property to the said sheriff, on Monday the 26th day of this month September, at [Boyces?] Ware House in the Town of Blandford, there to be dealt with as the law directs, then the above obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force and virtue.

Christ McConnico {Seal} R. Bate {Seal}

Sealed and delivered in the presence of }

Richd. William John [McRae?]