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May it please your honour  
 
May it please your honour  
 
Persuant to your honrs: prompt dated at Williamsburgh the 28th of April 1711:
 
Persuant to your honrs: prompt dated at Williamsburgh the 28th of April 1711:
I Drury Stith sherriff of ye county above said doo hereby [certify?] to your honr: that the administration of justice in the said county court is greatly delayed and whereas your honr is desirous to be informed from whose fault such delays do proceed that you may be the better enabled to distinguish such persons as out of due regard to the service of their county do regularly afford the administration of justice in their county courts, I do hereby certifie to your honour that Samuell Harwood George Hunt and Samuell Harwood Junr gent: were at Westover on the last
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I Drury Stith sherriff of ye county above said doo hereby [certify?] to your honr: that the administration of justice in the said county court is greatly delayed and whereas your honr is desirous to be informed from whose fault such delays do proceed that you may be the better enabled to distinguish such persons as out of due regard to the service of their county do regularly afford the administration of justice in their county courts, I do hereby certifie to your honour that Samuell Harwood George Hunt and Samuell Harwood Junr gent: were at Westover on the last court day, and as for the rest of the gentlemen which are [levorne?] by the last commission from your honr. I understand and designed to transmitt their reasons for their

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Charles Citty County [1st?]: May it please your honour Persuant to your honrs: prompt dated at Williamsburgh the 28th of April 1711: I Drury Stith sherriff of ye county above said doo hereby [certify?] to your honr: that the administration of justice in the said county court is greatly delayed and whereas your honr is desirous to be informed from whose fault such delays do proceed that you may be the better enabled to distinguish such persons as out of due regard to the service of their county do regularly afford the administration of justice in their county courts, I do hereby certifie to your honour that Samuell Harwood George Hunt and Samuell Harwood Junr gent: were at Westover on the last court day, and as for the rest of the gentlemen which are [levorne?] by the last commission from your honr. I understand and designed to transmitt their reasons for their