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Hagar: Freedom Suit, Augusta County (Part 8 of 17)

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is the signature of Thomas Lewis then an acting Magistrate for the County aforesaid And further this deponent saith not C Binns Subscribed and sworn to in presence of the subscribers the date and place af'd Wilson Cary Selden William Butter Hamison And the said Charles Binns having been served with a Subpoena to attend on the fourth tuesday in this month at Grayson County Court. States on oath that the Superior Court of the County of Loudon will then be sitting and that it will not then or at any future period be in his power to attend. he having to attend to the business of both County and Superior Courts. C. Binns The certificate referred to in the said Deposition and on the back of The Certificate of Thomas Lewis in these Words. to Wit "I Charles Binns clerk of the County of Loudon doth hereby certify that the written name of Thomas Lewis is the signature of Thomas Lewis late of the said County now deceased, who was at the time of signing the same one of the Justices of the peace for said County and was so for many Years previous thereto, and that the said Charles Binns did this day compare the same with the proceedings of Court signed by the said Thomas Lewis and is Well satisfied that the said Thomas Lewis did Write and affix his name to the within certificate Given under my hand this 15th day of October 1810. C. Binns Loudon County to Wit By virtue of a Commission from the County Court of Grayson to us William B Harrison Wilson Cary Seldan and John Rose Justices of the peace for the County of Loudon, We have assembled ourselves this 12th day of March 1811 at the County Clerks Office in the Town of Leesburg in Loudon County and having called and caused the Witnesses in the said Commission named to come before us, and they being sworn upon the Holy Evangelist of All Mighty God. John Littlejohn deposeth and saith that a [in left margin: Cert. of Binns, Depo Littlejohn]