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The Commonwealth of Virginia, To the Sheriff of Fayette county, Greeting: WE command you that you summon Elijah G Southerland to appear before the Judge of our Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for the county of Campbell, at the Court-house, on the 2nd day of the next April term of said Court, to testify and the truth to say in behalf of German Jordan in a certain matter of controversy in our said Court, before our said Judge depending and undetermined, between Armistead Long Plaintiff, and said Jordan Defendant, and this he shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of £100  And have then there this writ. Wit- ness, JOHN D. ALEXANDER, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court-house, this 10th day of Febry 1842, in the 66th year of the Commonwealth.  John D. Alexander
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The Commonwealth of Virginia, To the Sheriff of Fayette county, Greeting: WE command you that you summon Elijah G Southerland to appear before the Judge of our Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for the county of Campbell, at the Court-house, on the 2nd day of the next April term of said Court, to testify and the truth to say in behalf of German Jordan in a certain matter of controversy in our said Court, before our said Judge depending and undetermined, between Armistead Long Plaintiff, and said Jordan Defendant, and this he shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of £100  And have then there this writ. Witness, JOHN D. ALEXANDER, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court-house, this 10th day of Febry 1842, in the 66th year of the Commonwealth.  John D. Alexander

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The Commonwealth of Virginia, To the Sheriff of Fayette county, Greeting: WE command you that you summon Elijah G Southerland to appear before the Judge of our Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for the county of Campbell, at the Court-house, on the 2nd day of the next April term of said Court, to testify and the truth to say in behalf of German Jordan in a certain matter of controversy in our said Court, before our said Judge depending and undetermined, between Armistead Long Plaintiff, and said Jordan Defendant, and this he shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of £100 And have then there this writ. Witness, JOHN D. ALEXANDER, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court-house, this 10th day of Febry 1842, in the 66th year of the Commonwealth. John D. Alexander