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You are hereby commanded to summon Lewis Cooper.  
 
You are hereby commanded to summon Lewis Cooper.  
  
to appear before our Circuit Court of Alexandria, at the Court-house of the said County, on the 3rd Mon. day of May 1857, to testitfy and the truth to speak on behalf of
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to appear before our Circuit Court of Alexandria, at the Court-house of the said County, on the 3rd Mon. day of May 1857, to shew cause, if any, he can why the land purchased by him under a decree of this court in the case of Moses L Hepburn plaintiff against Prudence Hepburn others defendants shall not be resold to satisfy the [illegible] aid instalments and interests in his said purchase of the cost and risk of said Cooper.  
in a certain matter of controversy depending and undertermined in the said Court, between show cause, if any, he can why the land purchased by him under a decree of this court in the case of Moses L Hepburn plaintiff against Prudence Hepburn others defendants shall not be resold to satisfy the [illegible] aid instalments and interests in his said purchase of the cost and risk of said Cooper.  
 
  
 
And this shall in no wise omit under penalty of $100; and have then there this writ. Witness, Robert Alexander Sinclair, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court-house aforesaid, this 20th Day of November 1859, and in the 81 year of this Commonwealth.  
 
And this shall in no wise omit under penalty of $100; and have then there this writ. Witness, Robert Alexander Sinclair, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court-house aforesaid, this 20th Day of November 1859, and in the 81 year of this Commonwealth.  
 
R. A. Sinclair
 
R. A. Sinclair

Revision as of 18:28, 13 November 2021

The Commonwealth of Virginia, to the Sherriff of Alexandria County--Greeting:

You are hereby commanded to summon Lewis Cooper.

to appear before our Circuit Court of Alexandria, at the Court-house of the said County, on the 3rd Mon. day of May 1857, to shew cause, if any, he can why the land purchased by him under a decree of this court in the case of Moses L Hepburn plaintiff against Prudence Hepburn others defendants shall not be resold to satisfy the [illegible] aid instalments and interests in his said purchase of the cost and risk of said Cooper.

And this shall in no wise omit under penalty of $100; and have then there this writ. Witness, Robert Alexander Sinclair, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court-house aforesaid, this 20th Day of November 1859, and in the 81 year of this Commonwealth. R. A. Sinclair