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Munn, John : Commonwealth Cause, Richmond City

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In the Court of Hustings for the City of Richmond, held by the Judge thereof

The grand jurors of the Commonwealth of Virginia, in and for the Corporation of the City of Richmond, duly summoned to attend the Court of Hustings for the City of Richmond, held by the Judge thereof, upon their oath present, that John Munn on the twenty eighth day of November in the year eighteen hundred and sixty four at the City of Richmond and within the jurisdiction of this Court, did feloniously aid and connive at the escape of Solomon a slave the property of James Dunlop Henry W Moncure & Thos W McCance partners under the style of Dunlop Moncure & Co. without the consent of the said Dunlap Moncure & Co. his masters, with intent to defraud and deprive the said Dunlop Muncure & Co the owners of the said slave Solomon, against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Virginia

Witnesses - Thos. Conley, & James Dunlop, sworn in Court Feby 20, 1865. Ro. Howard, clk.