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Virginia, at a Superior Court of Chancery held at Staunton, the 8th. of April 1809 Between Fedrick Idle and Philip Gaines & John Kelley -
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Virginia, at a Superior Court of Chancery held at Staunton, the 8th. of April 1809 Between Fedrick Idle and Philip Gaines & John Kelley - On motion to dissolve, Ordered that the plantiff Idle prosecute to a Judgment his action of Detinue against the defendant Gaines, with all possible diligence and that the proceedings on said judgment, should the same be in his favour, be suspended till the further order of this court, - And it further ordered, that in case said judgment be in favour of the plantiff Idle he be permitted by the court of law, in which the action for the fredom of the slave Hager is depending to defend the suit of the said Hager in his own name, at his own proper cost, and for that purpose be entitled to demand and have from the proper officer, such prosuss as may be necissary to make a compleat defence, and on the triam the said slave Hager be not permitted to use as evidence against Idle (who will then be the only proper Deft) any confessions of the said Gaines but may in stead thereof use the confessions and declarations of the said Idle - but should the judgment in the action of detinue be in favour of the said Gaines, then the Injunction is to be considered dissolved, & the slave Hager permitted to proceede in her action against said Gaines, as if the said Injunction had never been granted
On motion to dissolve, Ordered that the plantiff Idle prosecute to a Judgment his action of Detinue against the defendant Gaines, with all possible diligence and that the proceedings on said judgment, should the same be in his favour, be suspended till the further order of this court, - And it further ordered, that in case said judgment be in favour of the plantiff Idle he be permitted by the court of law, in which the action for the fredom of the slave Hager is depending to defend the suit of the said Hager in his own name, at his own proper cost, and for that purpose be entitled to demand and have from the proper officer, such prosuss as may be necissary to make a compleat defence, and on the triam the said slave Hager be not permitted to use as evidence against Idle (who will then be the only proper Deft) any confessions of the said Gaines but may in stead thereof use the confessions and declarations of the said Idle - but should the judgment in the action of detinue be in favour of the said Gaines, then the Injunction is to be considered dissolved, & the slave Hager permitted to proceede in her action against said Gaines, as if the said Injunction had never been granted
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A coppy test,
 
A coppy test,
 
Henry J Payton C.C.C.
 
Henry J Payton C.C.C.

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Virginia, at a Superior Court of Chancery held at Staunton, the 8th. of April 1809 Between Fedrick Idle and Philip Gaines & John Kelley - On motion to dissolve, Ordered that the plantiff Idle prosecute to a Judgment his action of Detinue against the defendant Gaines, with all possible diligence and that the proceedings on said judgment, should the same be in his favour, be suspended till the further order of this court, - And it further ordered, that in case said judgment be in favour of the plantiff Idle he be permitted by the court of law, in which the action for the fredom of the slave Hager is depending to defend the suit of the said Hager in his own name, at his own proper cost, and for that purpose be entitled to demand and have from the proper officer, such prosuss as may be necissary to make a compleat defence, and on the triam the said slave Hager be not permitted to use as evidence against Idle (who will then be the only proper Deft) any confessions of the said Gaines but may in stead thereof use the confessions and declarations of the said Idle - but should the judgment in the action of detinue be in favour of the said Gaines, then the Injunction is to be considered dissolved, & the slave Hager permitted to proceede in her action against said Gaines, as if the said Injunction had never been granted A coppy test, Henry J Payton C.C.C.