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possession of the said Hagar in Condition that he give security for the forthcoming of the said Hagar to answer the Judgment of the said Court. Now if the said Philip Gaines shall comply with the Order aforesaid, then this Obligation to be void else to remain in full force and virtue.
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possession of the said Hagar in Condition that he give Security for the forthcoming of the said Hagar to answer the Judgment of the said Court. Now if the said Philip Gaines shall comply with the Order aforesaid, then this Obligation to be void else to remain in full force and virtue.
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P. Gaines {Seal} W. Vaughn {Seal} Attest M Dickerson  The Commonwealth of Virginia Grayson County To Wit } This day Philip made oath before me Martin Dickenson deputy Clerk of Grayson Court, that a material point of his defence in a suit brought against him by Hagar a Slave in Grayson Court depends on the testimony of a Single Witness Minetree Jones. Given under my hand this 28th day of June 1808. M Dickenson
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The Commonwealth of Virginia. To George Currin and William Bobbett Genl Justices of Grayson County Greeting. Know ye that we trusting to your fidelity and provident Circumspection in diligently examining Minetree Jones a Witness in a certain Matter of Controversy in our County Court of Grayson depending and undetermined between Hagar a Slave plaintiff and Philip Gaines Deft. Commanding you or any two or more of you that at such certain times and places as you shall appoint you assemble yourselves and the Witness aforesaid before you call and cause to come and diligently examine on the Holy Evangelist of All Mighty God, and his examination unto our County Court of Grayson distinctly and plainly without delay you shall send and certify enclosed together with this writ Witness William Bourn clerk of our said Court the 28th day of June 1808 and 32nd year of the Commonwealth.
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The Commonwealth of Virginia Grayson County To Wit }
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This day Philip made oath before me [illegible] Dickenson deputy clerk of Grayson Court that a material point of his defence in a suit brought against him by Hagar a Slave in Grayson Court depends on the testimony of a Single Witness Mantree Jones. Given under my hand this 28th day of June 1808.  
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The Commonwealth of Virginia To George [Currin?] and William Bobbett [Genl?] Justices of Grayson County Greeting. Know ye that we trusting to your fidelity and provident circumspection in diligently examining Mantree Jones a Witness in a certain matter of controversy in our County Court of Grayson depending and undetermined between Hagar a Slave plaintiff and Philip Gaines Deft. Commanding you or any two or more of you that at such certain times and places as you shall appoint you assemble yourselves and the Witness aforesaid before you call and cause to come and diligently examine on the Holy evangelist of All Mighty God, and his examination unto our County Court of Grayson distinctly and plainly without delay you shall send and certify enclosed together with this writ Witness William Bourn clerk of our said Court the 28th day of June 1808 and 32nd year of the Commonwealth.
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possession of the said Hagar in Condition that he give Security for the forthcoming of the said Hagar to answer the Judgment of the said Court. Now if the said Philip Gaines shall comply with the Order aforesaid, then this Obligation to be void else to remain in full force and virtue. P. Gaines {Seal} W. Vaughn {Seal} Attest M Dickerson The Commonwealth of Virginia Grayson County To Wit } This day Philip made oath before me Martin Dickenson deputy Clerk of Grayson Court, that a material point of his defence in a suit brought against him by Hagar a Slave in Grayson Court depends on the testimony of a Single Witness Minetree Jones. Given under my hand this 28th day of June 1808. M Dickenson The Commonwealth of Virginia. To George Currin and William Bobbett Genl Justices of Grayson County Greeting. Know ye that we trusting to your fidelity and provident Circumspection in diligently examining Minetree Jones a Witness in a certain Matter of Controversy in our County Court of Grayson depending and undetermined between Hagar a Slave plaintiff and Philip Gaines Deft. Commanding you or any two or more of you that at such certain times and places as you shall appoint you assemble yourselves and the Witness aforesaid before you call and cause to come and diligently examine on the Holy Evangelist of All Mighty God, and his examination unto our County Court of Grayson distinctly and plainly without delay you shall send and certify enclosed together with this writ Witness William Bourn clerk of our said Court the 28th day of June 1808 and 32nd year of the Commonwealth. W. Bourn