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The Commonwealth of Virginia, to the Sheriff of Graysone County, Greeting: YOU are hereby commanded to Summon Philip Gaines & John Ke
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The Commonwealth of Virginia, to the Sheriff of Graysone County, Greeting: YOU are hereby commanded to Summon Philip Gaines & John Ke   to appear before the Judge of the Chancery District Court, holden at Staunton, on the 17th the next term, to answer a bill in Chancery exhibited against them by Frederick I
to appear before the Judge of the Chancery District Court, holden at Staunton, on the 17th the next term, to answer a bill in Chancery exhibited against them by Frederick [Idle]
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And this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of 100l each And have then there this [writ.]
 
And this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of 100l each And have then there this [writ.]
 
Witness HENRY JAMES PEYTON, Clerk of our said court at the Court-house the 30th day of [July?] 1808 and in the 32d year of the Commonwealth.
 
Witness HENRY JAMES PEYTON, Clerk of our said court at the Court-house the 30th day of [July?] 1808 and in the 32d year of the Commonwealth.
 
Henry J Peyton
 
Henry J Peyton

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The Commonwealth of Virginia, to the Sheriff of Graysone County, Greeting: YOU are hereby commanded to Summon Philip Gaines & John Ke to appear before the Judge of the Chancery District Court, holden at Staunton, on the 17th the next term, to answer a bill in Chancery exhibited against them by Frederick I And this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of 100l each And have then there this [writ.] Witness HENRY JAMES PEYTON, Clerk of our said court at the Court-house the 30th day of [July?] 1808 and in the 32d year of the Commonwealth. Henry J Peyton