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Brooks Exor v Brooks Admor } This cause came on again to be further heard upon the papers formerly read and the report of Master Commissioner Bryce made in pursuance of the decree made in this cause on the 25th day of April 1843 with the no exception thereof and offer [illegible] and was argued by Counsel on  consideration whereof it appearing from said Report that the Deft James M Payne Exor of Thomas Brooks has received of the assets of the estate of his Testator a sum more than sufficient to satisfy the decree made in this cause on the 25th day of April 1843 against the said James M Payne
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Brooks Exor v Brooks Admor } This cause came on again to be further heard upon the papers formerly read and the report of Master Commissioner Bryce made in pursuance of the decree made in this cause on the 25th day of April 1843 with the no exception thereof and offer [illegible] and was argued by Counsel on  consideration whereof it appearing from said Report that the Deft James M Payne Exor of Thomas Brooks has received of the assets of the estate of his Testator a sum more than sufficient to satisfy the decree made in this cause on the 25th day of April 1843 against the said James M Payne as Exor of Thomas Brooks in favour of the deft Meshack Hickes admr of the estate of Fielding Brooks. The Court both adjudge order & decree that the same James M Payne do pay to

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Brooks Exor v Brooks Admor } This cause came on again to be further heard upon the papers formerly read and the report of Master Commissioner Bryce made in pursuance of the decree made in this cause on the 25th day of April 1843 with the no exception thereof and offer [illegible] and was argued by Counsel on consideration whereof it appearing from said Report that the Deft James M Payne Exor of Thomas Brooks has received of the assets of the estate of his Testator a sum more than sufficient to satisfy the decree made in this cause on the 25th day of April 1843 against the said James M Payne as Exor of Thomas Brooks in favour of the deft Meshack Hickes admr of the estate of Fielding Brooks. The Court both adjudge order & decree that the same James M Payne do pay to