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Wythe County Virginia Summons James Ewing Samuel Porter Robert Warrick John Baker Nathaniel Frisbie William Cornwall and Mary Barker to appear before me or Some other Justice of the Peace on Thursday at the present Dwelling House of Thomas Jackson or at the New Lead furnace By 6 oclock in the morning to Testify and the Truth to Speak on behalf of Philip Gaines & John Kelley Defendants in a [illegible] of Injunction obtained by Frederick Idle from the Chanceler of the Chancery District Court at Staunton in which Frederick Idle is Plaintiff and the said Gains & Bagby Defendants and this pray shall in as much under the penalty of $16 Dollars Each Given under my hand this 9th day of November 1808 John Evans
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Wythe County Virginia Summons James Ewing Samuel Porter Robert Warrick John Baker Nathaniel Frisbie William Cornwall and Mary Barker to appear before me or Some other Justice of the Peace on Thursday at the present Dwelling House of Thomas Jackson or at the New Lead furnace By 6 oclock in the morning to Testify and the Truth to Speak on behalf of Philip Gaines & John Kelley Defendants in a Bill of Injunction obtained by Frederick Idle from the Chanceler of the Chancery District Court at Staunton in which Frederick Idle is Plaintiff and the said Gains & Kelly Defendants and this pray shall in as much under the penalty of $16 Dollars Each Given under my hand this 9th day of November 1808 John Evans

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Wythe County Virginia Summons James Ewing Samuel Porter Robert Warrick John Baker Nathaniel Frisbie William Cornwall and Mary Barker to appear before me or Some other Justice of the Peace on Thursday at the present Dwelling House of Thomas Jackson or at the New Lead furnace By 6 oclock in the morning to Testify and the Truth to Speak on behalf of Philip Gaines & John Kelley Defendants in a Bill of Injunction obtained by Frederick Idle from the Chanceler of the Chancery District Court at Staunton in which Frederick Idle is Plaintiff and the said Gains & Kelly Defendants and this pray shall in as much under the penalty of $16 Dollars Each Given under my hand this 9th day of November 1808 John Evans