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Jack, etc., Trustee of v. Vass, Exr. of Philip E.: Chancery Cause, Halifax County (Part 1 of 2)

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to be paid to him with its interest from the said 1st day of October 1832 defray the expenses of removing the said Slaves, Jacob, Patsey, Merewether, Matilda, Mary, Harriett-Matilda, and Peter to some free state of this Union and pay all costs incurred by him in the prosecution of this suit here and in the Court of appeals over and above the varied costs and that he do divide whatever may remain of the said Seventeen hundred dollars with it's interest equally between the said slaves Jacob, Patsy, Meriwether, Matilda, Mary, Harriet-Matilda, and Peter taking care to invest the shares which will fall to Matilda and her three children in such manner, that the same may be made as interest bearing fund and paid to each of them from time to time in such portions as his or her necessities may require. And the Court doth further adjudge order and decree that the said James Young do appropriate the sum of $300 remaining part of the $2000 above decreed to be paid to him with the interest thereon from the first day of October 1832 to his own use. And the court doth further adjudge order and decree that the defendants James Medley and Charles A Ballow Exors of Isaac Medley dec'd do out of the assets of their testator in their hands to be administered, pay to the plaintiff James Young the costs expended by the plaintiffs in this suit.