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a judgment thrown out is now urging the attention thereof boy means of an execution; The avails of this execution are now for the benefit of Alexander Newman & appears by an endorsement on the papers of the case to which inference is made as to an exhibit in the cause. Your complainant shows to your Honor that at the time of the sale of said slave Pete & before that time he was diseased and unsound so that he was of now value whatsoever - and that he died in February 1848 of the disease which existed at the time of the sale. it is thereon to your Honor that at the time of the sale and before that time it was well known to James Newman and Alexander Newman that the said slave was diseased and unsound and that said James Newman & Alexander Newman omitted to disclose the fact of such unsoundness but sold him as a sound slave & your orator ignorant of the unsoundness bought him; thus your orator has been defrauded out of two hundred dollars already - and the defendants herein after named are attempting by means of the execution aforesaid to defraud your orator of three hundred dollars more. Your orator therefore prays that said Harrberger admr. of Andrew Newman and Alexander Newman defendants here to pray answer this bill - that the defendants be perpetually enjoined from all further {histendings?} on this judgment aforesaid and that your orator may have a decree for the money already paid and interest thereon and all further relief appropriate in the herein & he doth pray &c Kersey & Kersey & G {illegible} atty for writer

Rockingham County SC Henry Phillips this day appeared in the county aforesaid and made oath before the Subscriber a justice of the peace therein that he verily believes the facts set forth in the foregoing bill in Chancery to be true. Given under my hand Oct. 9 1849 Alr Smith J.P.