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Idle and Grackett
 
Idle and Grackett
 
This cause is set for hearing by consent of the parties, on the bill the answers general replications thereto, the exhibits and examinations of witnesses-
 
This cause is set for hearing by consent of the parties, on the bill the answers general replications thereto, the exhibits and examinations of witnesses-
Whereupon the defendants council submitted to the court a motion to rescind the order made in this cause on the 5th day of July in the year eighteen hundred and elevenwhereby a new trial was granted to the plaintiff of the [illegible] which had been tried, at law and found agreement there in the county court of Greyson between the said Hagar plaintiff and deft Idle and whereby the defts were directed to redeliver the sd. Hagar and her children to Philip Gaines  In support of this motion , the defendants council produced a certificate from the superior court of law for Washington county in which court the [illegible] aforesaid was directed by this court to be tried- By this certificate it appears- that when the said [par?] was called for trial the deft Idle was ready and pressing for a trial, but that the counsil for the said Hagar, [next?] [moving?] the said court for a [interview?], disclosed that his client was not ready for trial and never [illegible] to be ready, thus declining altogether the benefits which this court had offered her, in granting a new trial
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Whereupon the defendants council submitted to the court a motion to rescind the order made in this cause on the 5th day of July in the year eighteen hundred and eleven whereby a new trial was granted to the plaintiff of the [illegible] which had been tried, at law and found agreement there in the county court of Greyson between the said Hagar plaintiff and deft Idle and whereby the defts were directed to redeliver the sd. Hagar and her children to Philip Gaines  In support of this motion , the defendants council produced a certificate from the superior court of law for Washington county in which court the [illegible] aforesaid was directed by this court to be tried- By this certificate it appears- that when the said [par?] was called for trial the deft Idle was ready and pressing for a trial, but that the counsil for the said Hagar, [next?] [moving?] the said court for a [interview?], declared that his client was not ready for trial and never [illegible] to be ready, thus declining altogether the benefits which this court had offered her, in granting a new trial- The council for the sd. Hagar in this court, declared when the said motion was submitted, that he did not intend again to go to trial upon the issue at law, that he believed his client would never be prepared

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Hagar, a woman of color held as a slave vs Idle and Grackett This cause is set for hearing by consent of the parties, on the bill the answers general replications thereto, the exhibits and examinations of witnesses- Whereupon the defendants council submitted to the court a motion to rescind the order made in this cause on the 5th day of July in the year eighteen hundred and eleven whereby a new trial was granted to the plaintiff of the [illegible] which had been tried, at law and found agreement there in the county court of Greyson between the said Hagar plaintiff and deft Idle and whereby the defts were directed to redeliver the sd. Hagar and her children to Philip Gaines In support of this motion , the defendants council produced a certificate from the superior court of law for Washington county in which court the [illegible] aforesaid was directed by this court to be tried- By this certificate it appears- that when the said [par?] was called for trial the deft Idle was ready and pressing for a trial, but that the counsil for the said Hagar, [next?] [moving?] the said court for a [interview?], declared that his client was not ready for trial and never [illegible] to be ready, thus declining altogether the benefits which this court had offered her, in granting a new trial- The council for the sd. Hagar in this court, declared when the said motion was submitted, that he did not intend again to go to trial upon the issue at law, that he believed his client would never be prepared