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Receipts, for all the payments made by him (not one having been given to Your Oratrix) - no possible difficulty can present itself to a fair & Just settlement. Your Oratrix further earnestly pray's that the said Critcher may be at once injoined from selling any more of her Negroes, which she has reason to fear & does fear he will do - and that he may be required to report what he has done with each and all the Seventy five Negroes placed under his control in 1846 and their increase - how many he has sold, for what purpose, the prices obtained, and when sold. - To whom the balance are hired for the present Year and the prices agreed to be given for each - to account with her for the hires of those in his possession and to account for the Rent of her Lands - Your Oratrix does not and never has required the said Critcher to deliver actual possession of the Negroes hired out for the present Year - She only required the delivery of the Bonds for which they were hired - intending as she had and has a perfect right to do, to resume possession of all he has not sold on the 1st of January next - without calling on said Critcher or any person else Your Oratrix prays your Honor to grant such other and further relief & redress in the premises, as your honor may see her case requires, and may seem consistent with equity and good Conscience and Your Oratrix will ever pray &c. State of Virginia City of Richmond To Wit Julia L. Bailey personally appeared before me a Justice of the Peace for the City aforesaid and made Oath in due form that the facts set forth in the foregoing Bill as of her own knowledge are true, and those of the knowledge of others or upon the information of others, she believes to be true. Given from under my hand & seal this 13 day of August 1850 Jos. C. Wingfield {Seal} An Injunction is awarded according to the prayer of the bill to injoin and restrain the defendant, his agents, attornies and all others from selling or in any manner disposing of the slaves in the bill mentioned or either of them until the further order of the Court, and unless the said defendant shall enter into bond with good security payable to the plaintiff in the penalty of one thousand dollars with condition to have the slave named George alledged in the bill to be in the possession of the defendant forthcoming to answer the future decree of the court, (which bond the officers who execute the sp'a. in this case is authorized to take and to judge of the sufficiency of the security) then the sheriff of the county or sergeant of the corporation where the said slave may be found is required to take the said slave into his possession and hire him out until the first day of January next, taking from the hirer bond with good security and in a sufficient penalty payable to himself as commissioner of the Court