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Brunswick County Justices v. Mabry, Hinchia: Judgment, Greensville County

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my Bailiwick that I can make the Sum as iswithin to me commanded or any part thereof[.] JR Walton D J Goodwyn Sheriff"

The Commonwealth of Virginia To the Sheriff of Brunswick County Greeting[.] We command you that of the Goods and Chattels of William Parham decd. in the hands of Hinchia Mabry and Nathaniel Dunn Executors of the said William Parham decd. in your Bailiwick you cause to be made Two Hundred and Twelve Pounds nineteen Shillings and one penny which to Walter Peter surviving Partner of William Edwards & Company lately in our Court of Greensville were adjudged for his Damages sustained by occasion of the non performance of a certain promise and assumption by the said Parham in his lifetime to the said Peter &c. made, also One Dollar and one Cent for Costs, if so much thereof the said Mabry &c. have in their hands to be administered if not then the Costs to be levied of the proper Goods & Chattels of the said Mabry & Dunn whereof they are convicted as appears to us of record. And that you have the same before the Justices of Greensvil[l]e County at the Courthouse on the Fourth Thursday in December next, to render to the said Peter of the Damages and Costs aforesaid. And have then there this Writ[.] Witness Peter Pelham Clerk of our said Court the Twenty sixth Day of October 1799. In the Twenty Fourth Year of the Commonwealth[.] P. Pelham

"Mr. Peter acknowledges satisfaction for all this Execution, except the sum of One Hundred & forty four Pounds Thirteen Shillings which he says is still