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[Doc .no 14] IN THE GENERAL COURT. FISCAL CAUSES.

Giles, Governer, vs. J. Baker's Administrator.- Eight causes in this name dismissed. Same vs. J Baker's Heirs and Devisees.- Eight causes in this name dismissed. Commonwealth vs. J Baker's Administrators.- Action on the case to recover penitentiary goods. Continued for evidence. Burfoot, Treasurer, vs. J Baker's Sureties.- Four cases waiting the cause in the court of appeals. Auditor vs. Fitzhugh, Sheriff of Stafford.- Judgement for the commonwealth at June term, 1837. Same vs. Woodson, Clerk of Cumberland.- judgement at June term, 1837. Auditors vs. W.B. Manning, Sheriff of Norfolk.- Two cases; judgement at December term, 1837. Same vs. Eubank, Sheriff of Amherst.- three cases; judgement at December term, 1837. Same vs. Johnson.- For rent of the museum; judgement at December term, 1837.

CRIMINAL CAUSES Commonwealth vs. Sayers.- Adjourned case; decided June, 1837. Same vs. Lambert.- Adjourned case. Same vs. Powell.- Adjourned case; decided at June, 1837. John Buckland vs. Commonwealth.- Petition for writ of error; decided against petitioner at June term 1837. Alice Ball vs. Commonwealth.- Writ of error; decided against commonwealth at June term 1837. - - vs. Commonwealth.- Writ of error; decided against petitioner at June term 1837. Matthew P. Hodnett vs. The Commonwealth.- Petition for writ of error; decided against petitioner at December term 1837. James A. Farmer vs. Commonwealth.- Petition for writ of error; decided against petitioner at December term 1837. James Walker vs. Commonwealth.- Petition for writ of error; decided against petitioner at Dec'r term 1837 W. Bennett vs. Commonwealth.- Petition for writ of error; decided against petitioner at December term 1837. - - vs. Commonwealth.- Same note. Commonwealth vs. J.M. Price.- Adjourned case. decided December 1837.

The above I believe to be correct list of the causes of the commonwealth confided to me, and their present conditions. S.S. BAXTER, Attorney General.