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{ 79 August Court 1750.

Ordered that James Suddoth and James Oneal be Summoned to appear at the next Court to Shew cause why they did not attend as an evidence for Martha Horton against Ross and Wife

In the Suit in Chancery between Michael Hall Campll and Grace Berry Deft the Complt having put in his Replication this Suit is Set for hearing the next Court

In the Suit in Chancery between Thomas Sharpe Camplt and Nathl. Gray Deft the Complt having filed his Bill the Deft hath time till the next Court to consider thereof. ~

The Suit in Chancery between Henry Fitzhugh Gent Complt and Saml. Hayward and Richard Foote Gent Defts. is continued till the next Court at the Complainants Costs

Ordered that Martha Horton pay John Mauzy Seventy five pounds of Tobacco for three days attendance as an evidence for her against Ross ~

Ordered that Martha Horton pay Franklyn Latham Seventy five pounds of Tobacco for three days attendance as an evidence for her against Ross

Ordered that Edward Bush pay Seventy five pounds of Tobacco for three days attendance as an evidence for him against Porter ~

Ordered that Edward Bush pay John Pounal Seventy five pounds of Tobacco for three days attendance as an Evidence for him against Porter.

Ordered that Thomas Porter pay Charles Porter seventy five pounds of Tobacco for three days attendance as an Evidence for him ads Bush.

Ordered that Thomas Porter pay Charles Porter Seventy five pounds of Tobacco for three days attendance as an Evidence for him at the Suit of Bush.

Ordered that Edward Bush pay William Cage one hundred and Sixty pounds of Tobacco for two days attendance as an evidence for him against Fitzpatrick and for coming and returning thirty Eight miles once ~

Ordered that Edward Bush pay William Mills twenty five pounds of Tobacco for one days attendance as an evidence for him against Fitzpatrick

Ordered that John Fitzpatrick pay James Oneal Seventy five pounds of Tobacco for three days attendance as an Evidence [for] him at the Suit of Bush ~.