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Gentlemen, Greeting:
 
Gentlemen, Greeting:
 
Know ye, that we, trusting to your fidelity, and provident circumspection, in  
 
Know ye, that we, trusting to your fidelity, and provident circumspection, in  
diligently examining Edward Ragsdale a witness for William March against Charles Oldham (in case)
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diligently examining Edward Ragsdale  
command you, or any two or more of you, that at such certain time and place, as you shall appoint, you assemble yourselves, and the witness aforesaid before you, you call, and cause to come, and diligently examine, on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, and his examination into our Superior Court, held at Brunswick Courthouse, distinctly and plainly, without delay, you shall send, and certify, enclosed - returning also to us this writ: Witness Robert Turnbell, Clerk of our said Court, the 7th day of October 1805, in the 30th year of our foundation,
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a witness for William March against Charles Oldham (In case)
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command you, or any two or more of you, that at such certain time and place,  
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as you shall appoint, you assemble yourselves, and the witness aforesaid before  
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you, you call, and cause to come, and diligently examine, on the Holy Evangelist  
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of Almighty God, and his examination into our Superior Court, held at Brunswick  
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Courthouse, distinctly and plainly, without delay, you shall send, and certify,  
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enclosed--returning also to us this writ: Witness Robert Turnbull, Clerk of our  
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said Court, the 7th day of October 1805, in the 30th year of our foundation,
 
R. Turnbull
 
R. Turnbull

Revision as of 20:55, 28 September 2018

The Commonwealth of Virginia. To Upton Edmundson and Wm Ragsdale Gentlemen, Greeting: Know ye, that we, trusting to your fidelity, and provident circumspection, in diligently examining Edward Ragsdale a witness for William March against Charles Oldham (In case) command you, or any two or more of you, that at such certain time and place, as you shall appoint, you assemble yourselves, and the witness aforesaid before you, you call, and cause to come, and diligently examine, on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, and his examination into our Superior Court, held at Brunswick Courthouse, distinctly and plainly, without delay, you shall send, and certify, enclosed--returning also to us this writ: Witness Robert Turnbull, Clerk of our said Court, the 7th day of October 1805, in the 30th year of our foundation, R. Turnbull