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If the Court shall be of opinion that the foregoing claim is
 
If the Court shall be of opinion that the foregoing claim is
 
sufficiently established, than there will be outstanding Debts
 
sufficiently established, than there will be outstanding Debts
against the estate of sd. Mason amounting (exclusive of interest) to
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against the estate of sd. Mason amounting (exclusive of interest) to $406.62 1/2

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By hires of Slaves for 1839 viz Sam .. $60.00 George 60.00 Dick 27.50 Boy 5.00 92.50 [Anna?] 10.00. [Adab?] $5.00 Moses $15.00 30.00 $336.00 It appears from the foregoing account that there is a bal. due the Estate by the admr. de bonis non of } $202.09 1/4 In addition to which there will be in his hands for the hires of Negroes for the year 1840 & 1 about } 232.50 Leaving in his hands the sum of (without interest) $434.59 1/4 Besides which there is due the estate of sd Mason by the Estate of Col. John G. Joynes prin. & interest amounting to about } $275.00 Making in the whole, due the Estate of C. Mason decd. the sum of $709.59 1/4 Out of which is to be paid to the admr. for [illegible] & other expenses as afsd.

The amount of outstanding Debts against the Estate of sd C. Mason decd. viz A Debt due by Charles Mason as admr. of [Rusell?] Hickman decd. to Richard Lewis who married the widow of sd Hickman as appears from the audit of sd Hickman's Estate returned by the said Mason- the sd Lewis' one half of the bal. due on sd audit is $10.81 Int. from1st January 1824. Debts due by simple contract viz No. 1 To Saml. Walston & Son bal. of their a/c (for Merchandize) 43.42 Int. on same from 12th August 1830 " 2 To Saml. Walston for Blacksmith's work done in 1829 17.00 Int. on same from 1st July 1829 (3) To Zorobabel Fox prin $102.50 Int. on $37.50 from 1st Jany. 1830 & int. on $65 from 1st Jany. 1831 (4) To Dr. Hugh G. Seymour medical a/c 104.75 Int. on same from 1st June 1830 (5) To Same assignee of William Bull for Medical a/c 11.38 1/2 Int. on same from 1st Jany. 1830 6 To Jas. Russell's a/c after deducting Mason's a/c vs him 10.25 7. To John Lewis Carpenter 18.02 1/2 " Int. on same from 1830 July 26th 8. To Thomas R. Joynes 8.50 " Int from 1st Jany. 1828 $326.64

Amt. brot over $326.64

9. To John Y. Bagwell heir $2.81 1/4 Int. on same from 1st Jany. 1829. 10 To Parramore & Custis ".90 1/2 Int. from 1st Jany. 1829. 11. To James White 10.00 " Int. from 1st Jany. 1828. 12. To John B. Ailworth Trustee &c. of A. McCollom decd. 42.01 3/4 " Int. from 1st July 1830. Amt. of outstanding Debts vs sd. Mason estate exclusive of int. $382.37 1/2

I was directed by Mr. Twiford one of the creditors of C Mason decd to repeat his a/c [account] at large, with the endorsement on the same admitted to be in the handwriting of W. P. Custis the former Executor of sd. Mason, which a/c and the endorsement thereon is in the following words & figures viz "Charles Mason To J. W. Twiford D[ebto]r. 1836 May 13th To Wine 50c. Do. Brandy 25 75 1837 To Beer 25. Do. 25 to Brandy 25 75 " April To Colt [from?] Lycurgus 10.00 " To Beans .50 1829 July To season from Lycurgus Fanny Stockley 7.00 To Lime 75. To [Alemer's?] a/c 1.75 " May 3d. To 2 drum fish @ 50 1.00 " 19 To 6 Bus. lime @ 12 1/2 .75 " October 21st. To 1 days appraising 1.00 1.00 $24.25 " Int. from 1st July 1829 till pd. " 1839 March 26th I do hereby certify that the within a/c was " [Known?] by me to exist between Mr. Twiford & the estate of " Charles Mason decd, and that if I had been in the possession " of funds, there was no reason known to me why the same " should not have been paid. W. P. Custis [former?] Exr. of Chs Mason dcd "

If the Court shall be of opinion that the foregoing claim is sufficiently established, than there will be outstanding Debts against the estate of sd. Mason amounting (exclusive of interest) to $406.62 1/2