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

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To the Sheriff of Greensville County, greeting: You are hereby commanded to take Hinchia Mabry, Thomas Hunt Richard Harwell & Evan Mabry, surviving obligors of themselves Nathaniel Dunn, James Mason & Edward Pettway if they be found within your Bailiwick, and them safely keep, so that you have their bodies before the Judges of the District Court, of Brunswick at the Courthouse of the said County, on the first day of the next court to answer William Vaughan surviving obligee of himself William Thornton, John Powell & Littleberry Robinson gentlemen, late justices of the court of Brunswick County for the benefit of James Freeland & Robert Kennon Admrs. of Walter Peter dec of a plea of Debt for five hundred thousand pounds Damage One Thousand dollars. And have then there this Writ. Witness Harrison Randolph Clerk of our said Court, the 26th Day of March 1800 in the 24th Year of the Commonwealth. H Randolph