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Edwin Gentry Plaintiff
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vs. Nelson S. Shelton Mary Shelton, Virginia Shelton, Joseph Shelton, Clara Shelton, Lucy Jane Shelton &c Defts
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This day this cause came on again to be heard upon the papers formerly read the report of sale of the negro girl, in the bill and proceedings mention made by Commr Alexr. Fitzpatricke in persuance of a decree of this court made at the September term thereof to which there is no exception and was argued by counsel - on consideration whereof the court doth ratify and confirm the said report and sale and doth adjudge order and decree that said commissioner do out of the proceeds of the sale of said negro pay to Edwin Gentry the sum of one hundred and seventy two dollars 99/100 with Int [interest] from the 1st day of Novr 1856 and that he also pay all the cost of this suit including a lawyers fee of $10 out of the sale of said negro, and that the said commissioner do hold the residue of the sale of said negro in his hands subject to the future order of the court with Int to payment

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Edwin Gentry Plaintiff vs. Nelson S. Shelton Mary Shelton, Virginia Shelton, Joseph Shelton, Clara Shelton, Lucy Jane Shelton &c Defts This day this cause came on again to be heard upon the papers formerly read the report of sale of the negro girl, in the bill and proceedings mention made by Commr Alexr. Fitzpatricke in persuance of a decree of this court made at the September term thereof to which there is no exception and was argued by counsel - on consideration whereof the court doth ratify and confirm the said report and sale and doth adjudge order and decree that said commissioner do out of the proceeds of the sale of said negro pay to Edwin Gentry the sum of one hundred and seventy two dollars 99/100 with Int [interest] from the 1st day of Novr 1856 and that he also pay all the cost of this suit including a lawyers fee of $10 out of the sale of said negro, and that the said commissioner do hold the residue of the sale of said negro in his hands subject to the future order of the court with Int to payment