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

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due." "R Gregory Atto. P Plff." This Execution to be levied for the above mentioned Sum and the Costs within mentioned. Teste P. Pelham CGC. Came to hand the 25th November 1799 J Harrison Depy of Richd. Fletcher Shff

"Levied for the Costs which I have ready for the Order of the Pltff--No Assetts of William Parham deced in the hands of Hinchia Mabry. Decr. 19. 1799. James Harrison Depy of Richd. Fletcher Shff."

Extracted from the Records &c. of my Office Teste P. Pelham CGC.

Peter vs Parham's Executors } Record (1.75 Cents.)

Bond assigned by Spotswood to Glassell payable Decr. 1st 1789. Graves's bond assigned to Glassell Octr. 7th 1789 before the other became due: of course no interest chargeable Bond to Spotswood for £329.14.4½. Graves bond for £228.6.7. Feby. 11th 1790 paid by R. Brooke on Spotswoods bond £19.18.4. Balance really due £81.15.5½ - balance stated by Glassell £88.12.8½ Total balance of Glassells acct. stated to be £10.1.11. balance really due £3.4.8.