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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 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.  
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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 Hepburn plaintiff against Prudence C Hepburn & others defendants, shall not be resold to satisfy the unpaid instalments and interest due in his said purchase at 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.  
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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 1856, and in the 81 year of this Commonwealth.  
 
R. A. Sinclair
 
R. A. Sinclair

Revision as of 17:31, 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 Hepburn plaintiff against Prudence C Hepburn & others defendants, shall not be resold to satisfy the unpaid instalments and interest due in his said purchase at the cost and risk of said Cooper.

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 1856, and in the 81 year of this Commonwealth. R. A. Sinclair