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Pleas before the Honorable, illegible of the Superior Court of Chancery, holden at the town of Lynchburg as required by law for the District thereof on Monday the 3 day of November on the illegible of our lord one thousand eight hundred twenty three and in the 48 years of our foundation Be it remembered that heretofore illegible at a Superior Court of Chancery holder at the said town on Saturday the 10 day of October in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty one. Upon to (Copy Orders not pa 40 24 34 The following is the petition on illegible in the foregoing order (Here Copy No 1.) The following is the transcript of the second referred to in the foregoing petition (Here Copy 2) And afterward to wit on the 28. day of the said month of October 1811, in pursuance of a illegible which found in Virtue of the foregoing Order, of the 20. October 1821 the following transcript of the second proceedings of the said County Court, was returned, certified by James Powell esq one of the illegible of the said County (Here Copy 5). And afterward to wit at a Superior Court of Chancery holden at the said town on Tuesday the 14 day of May 1822. (Here Copy Order No 1 pa 514) And afterward to wit at illegible holder in the Clerks Office of the said Superior Court of chances on the 27 day. of the month last aforesaid The plaintiff by illegible generally to the ensurer of the defendant Nelson Crawford and Commissioner were then awarded the plot and that defendant to examine and take the deposed their witness and the deft. &c Here Copy 4 leaving our illegible to a copy of which Publication in the following appoint (Here Copy 5 And at sub holder in the clerks office of the said Superior Court of Chancery on the 5 day of May 1823 on the motion of the plaintiff by counted the Course was set for hearing as to the defendant Mason Crawford The following other affidavit was illegible in the foregoing cause (Here Copy 6)