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[illegible]burg, To Wit: This day [illegible] of lawful age personally came before me, a Justice of the Peace, in and for the Corporation aforesaid, and made oath, that a true copy of the annexed notice to take depositions in the case of Hundly against Walker has been duly published weekly for six weeks from the 11th day of June 1849 in the "Virginia Patriot," a paper printed in the town of Lynchburg. Given from under my hand this 5th day of Sept. 1849. Samuel Nowhin J.P.C.L. County, To Wit: This day of lawful age, personally mde oaath before me, a Justice of the Peace, in and for the County aforsaid, that a true copy of the annexed order in Chancery in the case of against has been duly posted, as is therein required. Given from under my hand this day of 18 J.P. Printers fee $2.37/2 [Newspaper cutting stapled to the top of the page] To Mr. Thomas Hundley: Take Notice--That on the 8th day of August, 1849, I shall proceed to take the deposition of Benj. W. Walker and others, at the office of John A. Elmore, attorney at law, in the city of Montgomery, Alabama, to be read as evidence in a certain chancery suit pending in the circuit superior court of law and chancery for Halifax county, Va., in which you are plaintiff and I and the said Benjamin W. Walker are defendants. If from any cause the said depositions, or either or any of them, be not taken or completed on the day above specified, then the taking of the same will be continued from time to time until all are taken and completed. Samuel [I?] Walker June 11--w6w