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decree to be made therein in vacation, and such decision and decree when so made by the said judge and entered by the Clerk of this Court in vacation shall be deemed and taken to be as valid as though made and entered in open Court.

And liberty is given to the counsel of any of the parties, who may so desire, to file among the papers written notes of argument within thirty days from this date, after which time the records of the said causes are to be placed in the hands of the said Judge for decision and decree as aforesaid, with further liberty to the said counsel or any of them to appear before the said Judge at that time and argue the said causes orally.

Cir. Ct.

No. 1

M. W. Fourqurean, Et al.


Lucy Boxley's admr. Et als

No. 2

Owen, Thos. E.

vs No. 2

W. T. Fourqurean

Decree April Term 1883.

Enter [HM F?]

Ent'd. BK 8 pg. 471