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of the Commonwealth the said sum of two hundred and fifty dollars -- Your petitioner yet believes in the perfect innocence of Thomas; and as strong proof of the correctness of this opinion, he refers your Honorable [bodies?] to the fact that person charged as the accomplice of Thomas, by Elisha Peters, was recently tried and acquitted upon the very proof, relied and to sustain the prosecution against Thomas – This result was produced as your petitioner has no question by the Jury discrediting the testimony –
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of the Commonwealth the said sum of Two hundred and fifty dollars -- Your petitioner yet believes in the perfect innocence of Thomas; and as strong proof of the correctness of this opinion, he refers your Honorable [bodies?] to the fact that person charged as the accomplice of Thomas, by Elisha Peters, was recently tried and acquitted upon the very proof, relied and to sustain the prosecution against Thomas – This result was produced as your petitioner has no question by the Jury discrediting the testimony –
  
 
So therefore submits to your Honorable body whether in such a case, it is just, that your petitioner should be compelled to pay to the Commonwealth, the amount of his said undertaking, and pray to be releived therefore.
 
So therefore submits to your Honorable body whether in such a case, it is just, that your petitioner should be compelled to pay to the Commonwealth, the amount of his said undertaking, and pray to be releived therefore.
  
 
Geo P. Crump
 
Geo P. Crump

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of the Commonwealth the said sum of Two hundred and fifty dollars -- Your petitioner yet believes in the perfect innocence of Thomas; and as strong proof of the correctness of this opinion, he refers your Honorable [bodies?] to the fact that person charged as the accomplice of Thomas, by Elisha Peters, was recently tried and acquitted upon the very proof, relied and to sustain the prosecution against Thomas – This result was produced as your petitioner has no question by the Jury discrediting the testimony –

So therefore submits to your Honorable body whether in such a case, it is just, that your petitioner should be compelled to pay to the Commonwealth, the amount of his said undertaking, and pray to be releived therefore.

Geo P. Crump