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spondent $ [blank] the residue. Your respondent thinks that Coleman should be treated as a part of the trust subject, as he was purchased with money arising from that subject. He is willing to account for such sums as have [remained?] to his benefit individually, & as his resources are now exhausted, the sum he has received will be a charge upon his interest when the trust subject is finally divided.
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spondent $ [blank] the residue. Your respondent thinks that Coleman should be treated as a part of the trust subject, as he was purchased with money arising from that subject. He is willing to account for such sums as have inured to his benefit individually, & as his resources are now exhausted, the sum he has received will be a charge upon his interest when the trust subject is finally divided.
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The sale of the slave was made with the view of purchasing a small farm, a house for the Certui que trusts, but the pressure of adverse circumstances prevented a contingency greatly regretted by this respondent. He is willing that the court should make such order int he premises as will but realize & protect, the rights of the parties in the premises having fully answered he prays to be hence dismissed &c &c
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Virginia Nelson County to wit: This day the aforesaid Thomas H Farrar personally appeared before me a justice of the peace in & for the County State aforesaid made oath that the foregoing answer is true. Given under my hand this 28th day of April 1853 Richd L. Willbourn J.P.

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spondent $ [blank] the residue. Your respondent thinks that Coleman should be treated as a part of the trust subject, as he was purchased with money arising from that subject. He is willing to account for such sums as have inured to his benefit individually, & as his resources are now exhausted, the sum he has received will be a charge upon his interest when the trust subject is finally divided. The sale of the slave was made with the view of purchasing a small farm, a house for the Certui que trusts, but the pressure of adverse circumstances prevented a contingency greatly regretted by this respondent. He is willing that the court should make such order int he premises as will but realize & protect, the rights of the parties in the premises having fully answered he prays to be hence dismissed &c &c

Virginia Nelson County to wit: This day the aforesaid Thomas H Farrar personally appeared before me a justice of the peace in & for the County State aforesaid made oath that the foregoing answer is true. Given under my hand this 28th day of April 1853 Richd L. Willbourn J.P.