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Miss Catherine Smith & Pricilla Jenkins, Mr Richard Jesper, Mr. El [Orient], Mr. Luke Jackson & Mr. William [Effor] are the witnesses for Rachel [Veni] who are earnestly [requested] to attend at Mr. James Sydnors house on Saturday the 28th [illegible] by 10 0'60 for the purpose of rendering this depositions
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Miss Catherine Smith & Pricilla Jenkins, Mr Richard Jesper, Mr. El. Brient, Mr. Luke Jackson & Mr. William [Effor?] are the witnesses for Rachel Venie who are earnestly requested to attend at Mr. James Sydnors house on Saturday the 28th Inst.by 10  
 
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O'Cl for the purpose of rendering their Depositions. F. G. Tebbs 16th Sept. 18
F. G. [Lells]
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Also Mr. Richd Wollard & Miss Betty Daniel }   Rachel Venie only got a record of   proceedings of the last term in her case, Mr. Sheffey desires a fu  record & as one part is sent him Rachel come for what remains to make it full. F. G. Tebbs 16th Sept. 1811
16th Sept. 18
 
 
 
Also Mr. Rich Wollard & Miss Betty Daniel}
 
 
 
Rachel [Veni] only got a word of th proceedings of the [lant] terms in her case, Mr. [Sheffey] desires a fa word & as one heart is [sent] him Rachel come for what [unanimous] to make it full
 
 
 
F. G. [Lells]
 
16th Sept. 1811
 

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Miss Catherine Smith & Pricilla Jenkins, Mr Richard Jesper, Mr. El. Brient, Mr. Luke Jackson & Mr. William [Effor?] are the witnesses for Rachel Venie who are earnestly requested to attend at Mr. James Sydnors house on Saturday the 28th Inst.by 10 O'Cl for the purpose of rendering their Depositions. F. G. Tebbs 16th Sept. 18 Also Mr. Richd Wollard & Miss Betty Daniel } Rachel Venie only got a record of proceedings of the last term in her case, Mr. Sheffey desires a fu record & as one part is sent him Rachel come for what remains to make it full. F. G. Tebbs 16th Sept. 1811