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

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To Christopher McConnico and Richard Bate Gentlemen,

Take notice that I shall on the second of the next Brunswick District Court move the said court to ward execution of the bond granted by you to me, on the 12th day of September 1796, in the penalty of £1500.7.6, with a condition for producing on the day, and at the place of sale therein mentioned, to the Sheriff of the county, of Prince George certain [illegible] and slaves which had been taken by James Williams deputy of the said Sheriff to satisfy an execution issued from the said Court, on a judgment obtained by me against Thomas Shore & you Christopher McConnico, which condition was not complied with. Your obedient servant,

George Nicholson March 20, 1797