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Munn, John : Commonwealth Cause, Richmond City

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IN RICHMOND HUSTINGS COURT, December 12, 1864. Thomas Brooks, Benjamin F. Baker and Thomas Conley come into Court and acknowledge themselves to be severally indebted to the Commonwealth of Virginia, in the sum of Three Hundred Dollars each, of their respective lands and tenements, goods and chattels to be levied, and to the said Commonwealth to be rendered. Yet upon this condition, that if the said Thomas Brooks, Benjamin F. Baker and Thomas Conley shall severally make their personal appearance before the Judge of the Court of Hustings of the City of Richmond, at the Courthouse thereof, on the first day of the next February term of said Court to be held by the said Judge, to give evidence on behalf of the Commonwealth, against John Munn charged with Felony, and shall not depart thence without the leave of the said Court, then this recognizance is to be void. A Copy Teste, Ro: Howard, clk