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Virginia, to [wit?]
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Virginia, to wit
As a court of appeals held at the Capitol in Richmond the nineteenth day of February 1816.   
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At a court of appeals held at the Capitol in Richmond the nineteenth day of February 1816.   
John Ballar [Jen?]                                                                                      appel
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John Bollar  Senr.                                                                                    applt.
acquired                                            Upon an appeal from office a decree pronounced
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against                                          Upon an appeal from office a decree pronounced
William [m?]
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William McClintie appellee
By the superior court of chancery held in Staunton the [?] day of April 1812.
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By the superior court of chancery held in Staunton the eighth day of April 1812.
This day came the parties by their counsel,and the court having maturely considered the transcript of the
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This day came the parties by their counsel and the court having maturely considered the transcript of the record of the decree aforesaid and the arguments of Counsel, is of opinion that there is no error in the said Decree, therefore It is Decreed and Ordered that the same be affirmed and that the appellant pay to the appellee his costs by him about his defence in this behalf extended
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Which is Ordered to be certified to the said Superior Court of Chancery Appellee's costs in the Court of Appeals fifty - dollars & 99 cents
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A Copy Teste H Dance CC

Revision as of 17:39, 20 January 2022

Virginia, to wit At a court of appeals held at the Capitol in Richmond the nineteenth day of February 1816. John Bollar Senr. applt. against Upon an appeal from office a decree pronounced William McClintie appellee By the superior court of chancery held in Staunton the eighth day of April 1812. This day came the parties by their counsel and the court having maturely considered the transcript of the record of the decree aforesaid and the arguments of Counsel, is of opinion that there is no error in the said Decree, therefore It is Decreed and Ordered that the same be affirmed and that the appellant pay to the appellee his costs by him about his defence in this behalf extended Which is Ordered to be certified to the said Superior Court of Chancery Appellee's costs in the Court of Appeals fifty - dollars & 99 cents A Copy Teste H Dance CC