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Jones, George : Commonwealth Cause, Richmond City

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THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, To the Sergeant of the City of Richmond, Greeting: We Command You, That you do not omit for any liberty in your bailiwick, but that you take George Jones if he be found within the same, and him safely keep, so that you have his body before the Justices of our Court of Hustings for the said City, at the City Hall, on Thursday next, to answer us of a certain misdemeanor whereof he stand presented. And have then there this writ.

Witness, Robert Howard, Clerk of our said Court of Hustings, the 9th day of August 1859, in the 84th year of our foundation. Ro: Howard.