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Record of Complaints for December 1867 
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| Date 1867 | United States V.S | Complainants | Charges | Action |
| --- | --- | --- | --- | --- |


| December 2 | Mrs Harrison | Fielding Harrison + other | Dispute about settlement | Upon investigation it was found there was nothing due the Plaintiffs, they have overdrawn their share of crop |

| December 2 | Benjamin [[Bullen?]] | Richard Phillips | Driving Plaintiff from (the Place | It appeared that Plaintiff had no right on the Place - |

| December 4 | Robert Reed | John Kirk | Ordering Plaintiff from the Place | Reed ordered to keep Plaintiff, or show good cause why he should be turned away - |

| December 6 | Daniel Gilehoist | Robert Daniel | Refusal to settle | This case referred to the arbitrators - |

| December 7 | J.M. Reynolds | Thomas Hatter | Refusing to settle | Reynolds ordered to give bonds for the payment of Plaintiffs account - |

| December 9 | T. F. Lazarus | Sealy Hall | Refusing to settle and driving Plaintiff from the place | There was found to be $24 due Plaintiff which Lazarus was ordered to pay by the 31st Decr - |

| December 11 | WM Bolles | Aleck Morgan | Refusing to settle | It was found there was nothing due Plaintiff, he being in debt to Mr Bolles - |

| December 11 | Mrs Magill | James Ransorn | Refusal to settle | Mrs Magill paid Plaintiff in full - |

| December 16 | WM Bolles | Allen Hinson | Refusal to settle | This case settled satisfactorily - |

| December 18 | John Stowers | Albert James | Refusal to settle | Ordered Stowers to bring sufficient cotton to town to pay Plaintiff [[deck?]], the cotton to be to order of Bureau stored subject settled satisfactorily - |

| December 19 | --- McNeely | Fenton Moore | Refusal to settle | This case settled satisfactorily |

| December 20 | M.R. Gilbriath | George Bernabee | Refusal to settle | Settled satisfactorily |

| December 21 | Willis Earter | Freedman | Refusal to settle | Four bales cotton held in payment of Plaintiffs claim |

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