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To the Hon [Honorable] General Assembly of Virginia  
 
To the Hon [Honorable] General Assembly of Virginia  
Humbly complaining your Memorialist respectrully represents that at the Oct  
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Humbly complaining your Memorialist respectfully represents that at the Oct  
 
term of the County court of the county of Prince Edward in the year 1858 a negro of his  
 
term of the County court of the county of Prince Edward in the year 1858 a negro of his  
 
by the name "Jim" was condemned to be transported for the event of Rape. We at the County Court  
 
by the name "Jim" was condemned to be transported for the event of Rape. We at the County Court  
of Prince Edward assessed her value of [illegible] with a knowledge of his [illegible]  at Eight Hundred  
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of Prince Edward assessed his value of [wherewith] a knowledge of his [illegible]  at Eight Hundred  
dollars that the gentleman upon whose [illegible] my tghat valuation was made assert that may would have valued  him at Eleven hundred  
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dollars that the gentleman upon whose testation [attestation] my that valuation was made assert that they
dollards but for a very large and ill-looking scar plainly visible on his throat. that this scar ws produced by the boy's throat having  
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would have valued  him at Eleven hundred  
been cut by the [illegible] [illegible] bond of he woman alleged to have been [illegible], while the said slave  
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dollars but for a very large and ill-looking scar plainly visible on his throat. that this scar was produced by the boy's throat having  
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been cut by the husband of the woman alleged to have been [illegible] [ravaged?], while the said slave  
 
was setting in Court in the prisioners box under the custody of the Court on twice - Memorialist [illegible] that  
 
was setting in Court in the prisioners box under the custody of the Court on twice - Memorialist [illegible] that  
 
as this injury was close to his [property?] while it was in the hands and under the protection of the Commonwealth  
 
as this injury was close to his [property?] while it was in the hands and under the protection of the Commonwealth  
the loss of three hundred dollars accouonced by the loss of Niver hundred dollars accouonced  
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the loss of three hundred dollars denounced by the loss of three hundred dollars accouonced  
by the said would and scov on the throat ought to be paid by the state over should [illegible]   
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by the said would and scar on the throat ought to be paid by the state over should [illegible]   
ball upon [illegible]  Memorialist. He further statesa that the inclavectual who [illegible]  the  
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ball upon [illegible]  Memorialist. He further states that the inclavectual who inflicted the  
wound in [illegible]  once hopelessly involvent once a such against him would be utterly
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wound in notoriously once hopelessly insolvent once a suit against him would be utterly

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To the Hon [Honorable] General Assembly of Virginia Humbly complaining your Memorialist respectfully represents that at the Oct term of the County court of the county of Prince Edward in the year 1858 a negro of his by the name "Jim" was condemned to be transported for the event of Rape. We at the County Court of Prince Edward assessed his value of [wherewith] a knowledge of his [illegible] at Eight Hundred dollars that the gentleman upon whose testation [attestation] my that valuation was made assert that they would have valued him at Eleven hundred dollars but for a very large and ill-looking scar plainly visible on his throat. that this scar was produced by the boy's throat having been cut by the husband of the woman alleged to have been [illegible] [ravaged?], while the said slave was setting in Court in the prisioners box under the custody of the Court on twice - Memorialist [illegible] that as this injury was close to his [property?] while it was in the hands and under the protection of the Commonwealth the loss of three hundred dollars denounced by the loss of three hundred dollars accouonced by the said would and scar on the throat ought to be paid by the state over should [illegible] ball upon [illegible] Memorialist. He further states that the inclavectual who inflicted the wound in notoriously once hopelessly insolvent once a suit against him would be utterly