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and that the $500 aforesaid was to be appropriated to the use of the said George A. Rucker or his family or his family interogations and in fraud of the rights of the creditors of the said George A. Rucker, and in particular of this debt due to the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter dec'd.  And your Orators expressly charge that the said William H. Twyman before he paid one cent of the $500 aforesaid to George A Rucker or to his son Angus Rucker if he in fact ever paid any of it, had notice of the fraudulent nature and purpose of said debt, and of the debt due as aforesaid to the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter dec'd and that your Orators were bound as the securities for said debt.  And they expressly charge that one of your Orators to Wit Nathaniel Tatum notified him of the situation of the affairs as aforesaid and requested him  not to pay over the money to George A. Rucker or his son and he to the said Tatum then admited he had not paid it over to anyone.  Your Orators further charge that the said Twyman apprehending that some proceedings was about taking place to prevent his paying over the said $500 debt aforesaid made haste to pay over the said $500 before any process could be served on him expressly to defraud your Orators if they should have that debt to pay to Aaron Carpenters representatives, of which fact he had every reason to believe they would have to do, or if it was not made out of them to defraud the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter of the debt due as aforesaid.  Your Orators from the course that the said Twyman has pursued in relation to them and the carpenter debt aforesaid in the deed of trust to [blank] said to be due the said William H. Twyman and although they cannot trace their history fully.  They have reason to suspect that they were not all real and bonifide, due, but were stained and stamped with illegal and usurious transactions and they charge such to be the fact and
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and that the $500 aforesaid was to be appropriated to the use of the said George A. Rucker or his family or his family in derogations and in fraud of the rights of the creditors of the said George A. Rucker, and in particular of this debt due to the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter dec'd.  And your Orators expressly charge that the said William H. Twyman before he paid one cent of the $500 aforesaid to George A Rucker or to his son Angus Rucker if he in fact ever paid any of it, had notice of the fraudulent nature and purpose of said debt, and of the debt due as aforesaid to the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter dec'd and that your Orators were bound as the securities for said debt.  And they expressly charge that one of your Orators to Wit Nathaniel Tatum notified him of the situation of the affairs as aforesaid and requested him  not to pay over the money to George A. Rucker or his son and he to the said Tatum then admited he had not paid it over to anyone.  Your Orators further charge that the said Twyman apprehending that some proceedings was about taking place to prevent his paying over the said $500 debt aforesaid made haste to pay over the said $500 before any process could be served on him expressly to defraud your Orators if they should have that debt to pay to Aaron Carpenters representatives, of which fact he had every reason to believe they would have to do, or if it was not made out of them to defraud the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter of the debt due as aforesaid.  Your Orators from the course that the said Twyman has pursued in relation to them and the carpenter debt aforesaid in the deed of trust to [blank] said to be due the said William H. Twyman and although they cannot trace their history fully.  They have reason to suspect that they were not all real and bonifide, due, but were stained and stamped with illegal and usurious transactions and they charge such to be the fact and

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and that the $500 aforesaid was to be appropriated to the use of the said George A. Rucker or his family or his family in derogations and in fraud of the rights of the creditors of the said George A. Rucker, and in particular of this debt due to the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter dec'd. And your Orators expressly charge that the said William H. Twyman before he paid one cent of the $500 aforesaid to George A Rucker or to his son Angus Rucker if he in fact ever paid any of it, had notice of the fraudulent nature and purpose of said debt, and of the debt due as aforesaid to the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter dec'd and that your Orators were bound as the securities for said debt. And they expressly charge that one of your Orators to Wit Nathaniel Tatum notified him of the situation of the affairs as aforesaid and requested him not to pay over the money to George A. Rucker or his son and he to the said Tatum then admited he had not paid it over to anyone. Your Orators further charge that the said Twyman apprehending that some proceedings was about taking place to prevent his paying over the said $500 debt aforesaid made haste to pay over the said $500 before any process could be served on him expressly to defraud your Orators if they should have that debt to pay to Aaron Carpenters representatives, of which fact he had every reason to believe they would have to do, or if it was not made out of them to defraud the representatives of the said Aaron Carpenter of the debt due as aforesaid. Your Orators from the course that the said Twyman has pursued in relation to them and the carpenter debt aforesaid in the deed of trust to [blank] said to be due the said William H. Twyman and although they cannot trace their history fully. They have reason to suspect that they were not all real and bonifide, due, but were stained and stamped with illegal and usurious transactions and they charge such to be the fact and