Daniel: Freedom Suit, Northampton County (Part 1 of 3)
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that the facts so set forth not written her knowledge she is advised are true, and she believes them to be true.
Sworn to before me, one of the Commissioners in chancery for the Circuit Court of the said County of Northampton, this the 6th day of August 1852. LaFayette Harmanson, Comm. Cir. Co.} Mary X her mark. Sr.
an injunction is award according to the prayer of the bill to injoin and restrain the defendants their agents attornies and all others from selling the complainants or any or either of them under and by virtue of the writ of fieri facias which issued from the office of the clerk of the circuit court of Northampton County in favor of the defendant William G Pitts adm'r de bonis non of Major S Pitts decd on the goods and chattels of Obedience White in the hands of James H White in admr de bonis non and which has been levied upon the complainants by the sheriff of Northampton County, and the said sheriff is directed to hire out the complainants until the end of the year taking from the hire or hirer bond or bonds with good security and in sufficient penalty with condition to pay the hire and to return the persons hired at the end of the term of hiring properly cloathed [illegible] without default of the hirer, and make report of his proceedings under this order to the court; the complainants are permitted to sue in former [pauperies] and are not required to give security. To the clerk of the circuit court of Northampton Co. John B Clopton August 7th 1852
[Written across the right side of the page] Daniel & als vs. Major S Pitts adm'r dc} In Chcy.
Bill and Exhibits A.B.C. & D