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To the Honorable John Brown Judge of the Chancery District Court holden at Staunton John Bollar  Senr. respectfully states that some years past a female slave the property of your Orator on receiving but moderate chastisement for a breach of duty through virtue of her temper and [illegible] wrought herself up to such a degree of heat and thirst that on taking two or three drinks of cold water (innocently given her by a member of your orators family and without his knowledge) shortly afterwards expired and was even previously as cold as clay. this circumstance as unusual and unexpected not only gave the greatest concern to your orator but on who [illegible] perhaps and remains in the neighbourhood the real
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To the Honorable John Brown Judge of the Chancery District Court holden at Staunton John Bollar  Senr. respectfully states that some years past a female slave the property of your Orator on receiving but moderate chastisement for a breach of duty through virtue of her temper and [illegible] wrought herself up to such a degree of heat and thirst that on taking two or three drinks of cold water (innocently given her by a member of your orators family and without his knowledge) shortly afterwards expired and was even previously as cold as clay. this circumstance as unusual and unexpected not only gave the greatest concern to your orator but on the uncommon?] perhaps and remains in the neighbourhood the real
 
  circumstances of the [case?] being unknown [Expressed?] so that at the [illegible] of William McClintock hereafter made defendant the coroner of the County raised the body of said slave & had an inquest thereon
 
  circumstances of the [case?] being unknown [Expressed?] so that at the [illegible] of William McClintock hereafter made defendant the coroner of the County raised the body of said slave & had an inquest thereon

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To the Honorable John Brown Judge of the Chancery District Court holden at Staunton John Bollar Senr. respectfully states that some years past a female slave the property of your Orator on receiving but moderate chastisement for a breach of duty through virtue of her temper and [illegible] wrought herself up to such a degree of heat and thirst that on taking two or three drinks of cold water (innocently given her by a member of your orators family and without his knowledge) shortly afterwards expired and was even previously as cold as clay. this circumstance as unusual and unexpected not only gave the greatest concern to your orator but on the uncommon?] perhaps and remains in the neighbourhood the real

circumstances of the [case?] being unknown [Expressed?] so that at the [illegible] of William McClintock hereafter made defendant the coroner of the County raised the body of said slave & had an inquest thereon