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[left side of page] of three hundred and fifty three dollars and fifty three cents is principal, in part discharge of which debt this Court has heretofore rendered a decree in favour of the said Administrators against James M Payne the administrator of Thomas Brooks decd for the sum of Six hundred and thirty five dollars and fourteen cents with interest from the 1st of January 1844 till paid, which said decree is not intended by what follows to be set aside or impaired, and it also appearing from the report aforesaid of the Commissioner John Thompson jr that there is now in his hands the sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents, of which two hundred and eleven dollars and ninety five cents is principal properly applicable at  present to the part payment of the debt due to Fielding Brook's' admr, and that the balance in his hands of twenty dollars should be paid to the plaintiff Lewis as against the admr of Thomas Brooks and the exor of Mary M Garland decd, but not as against Fielding Brooks's admr if it shall become necessary for the discharge of the debt due to him, and it appearing from said statement (Z) that the amount for which the said plaintiff Lewis is subject as against the admr of Thomas Brooks' decd for the debts due to Fielding Brooks's admr from Thomas Brooks' estate after crediting him with the aforesaid sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents in the hands of John Thompson jr is two hundred and forty nine dollars and sixty one cents; The Court doth adjudge, order and decree that the said John Thompson jr do pray to Meshack Hicks the admr of Fielding Brooks decd on the first day of May next the said Sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents with legal interest on two hundred and eleven dollars and ninety five cents a part thereof from that day until paid, in part satisfaction of the debt aforesaid due from Thomas Brooks's estate to said admr to be applied in the first place to so much of said debt as remains after crediting thereon the decree against the defendant James M Payne. And that the defendant James M Garland executor of Mary M Garland decd do out of the assets of his testatrix in his hands to be administered deposit in the Bank of Virginia at Richmond to the credit of these causes on or before the 15th day of May nextthe sum of two hundred and forty nine dollars and sixty one cents and file among the  
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of three hundred and fifty three dollars and fifty three cents is principal, in part discharge of which debt this Court has heretofore rendered a decree in favour of the said Administrators against James M Payne the administrator of Thomas Brooks decd for the sum of Six hundred and thirty five dollars and fourteen cents with interest from the 1st of January 1844 till paid, which said decree is not intended by what follows to be set aside or impaired, and it also appearing from the report aforesaid of the Commissioner John Thompson jr that there is now in his hands the sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents, of which two hundred and eleven dollars and ninety five cents is principal properly applicable at  present to the part payment of the debt due to Fielding Brook's' admr, and that the balance in his hands of twenty dollars should be paid to the plaintiff Lewy as against the admr of Thomas Brooks and the exor of Mary M Garland decd, but not as against Fielding Brooks's admr if it shall become necessary for the discharge of the debt due to him, and it appearing from said statement (Z) that the amount for which the said plaintiff Lewy is subject as against the admr of Thomas Brooks' decd for the debts due to Fielding Brooks's admr from Thomas Brooks' estate after crediting him with the aforesaid sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents in the hands of John Thompson jr is two hundred and forty nine dollars and sixty one cents; The Court doth adjudge, order and decree that the said John Thompson jr do pray to Meshach Hicks the admr of Fielding Brooks decd on the first day of May next the said Sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents with legal interest on two hundred and eleven dollars and ninety five cents a part thereof from that day until paid, in part satisfaction of the debt aforesaid due from Thomas Brooks's estate to said admr to be applied in the first place to so much of said debt as remains after crediting thereon the decree against the defendant James M Payne. And that the defendant James M Garland executor of Mary M Garland decd do out of the assets of his testatrix in his hands to be administered deposit in the Bank of Virginia at Richmond to the credit of these causes on or before the 15th day of May next the sum of two hundred and forty nine dollars and sixty one cents and file among the papers of these causes a certificate of said deposits on or before the 15th day of June next.  A Copy Teste Ro E Secois DC
[right side of page] papers of these causes a certificate of said deposits on or before the 15th day of June next.  A Copy Teste Ro E Suor's DC
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of three hundred and fifty three dollars and fifty three cents is principal, in part discharge of which debt this Court has heretofore rendered a decree in favour of the said Administrators against James M Payne the administrator of Thomas Brooks decd for the sum of Six hundred and thirty five dollars and fourteen cents with interest from the 1st of January 1844 till paid, which said decree is not intended by what follows to be set aside or impaired, and it also appearing from the report aforesaid of the Commissioner John Thompson jr that there is now in his hands the sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents, of which two hundred and eleven dollars and ninety five cents is principal properly applicable at present to the part payment of the debt due to Fielding Brook's' admr, and that the balance in his hands of twenty dollars should be paid to the plaintiff Lewy as against the admr of Thomas Brooks and the exor of Mary M Garland decd, but not as against Fielding Brooks's admr if it shall become necessary for the discharge of the debt due to him, and it appearing from said statement (Z) that the amount for which the said plaintiff Lewy is subject as against the admr of Thomas Brooks' decd for the debts due to Fielding Brooks's admr from Thomas Brooks' estate after crediting him with the aforesaid sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents in the hands of John Thompson jr is two hundred and forty nine dollars and sixty one cents; The Court doth adjudge, order and decree that the said John Thompson jr do pray to Meshach Hicks the admr of Fielding Brooks decd on the first day of May next the said Sum of two hundred and fifty eight dollars and thirty three cents with legal interest on two hundred and eleven dollars and ninety five cents a part thereof from that day until paid, in part satisfaction of the debt aforesaid due from Thomas Brooks's estate to said admr to be applied in the first place to so much of said debt as remains after crediting thereon the decree against the defendant James M Payne. And that the defendant James M Garland executor of Mary M Garland decd do out of the assets of his testatrix in his hands to be administered deposit in the Bank of Virginia at Richmond to the credit of these causes on or before the 15th day of May next the sum of two hundred and forty nine dollars and sixty one cents and file among the papers of these causes a certificate of said deposits on or before the 15th day of June next. A Copy Teste Ro E Secois DC