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30 Amanda Franklin col'd vs. Nelson Minor Col'd. Complaint - Two dollars for board of child for one month. Settled by Minor paying the amount. 31 Emily Dickerson Col'd vs. D. L. Lester. Complaint for wages for 1867 - Summoned the parties, investigated the case and found that Emily was in debt to Lester. 32 James Taylor Col'd vs. Douglas Wood. Complaint _ that Wood would not permit the removal of his goods from his plantation _ Summoned Wood and ordered the goods of Taylor to be delivered to him. 33 Fanny Nix Col'd vs. Jno. Gildart. Complaint for wages $16.00_ Gildart being insolvent, only a due bill could be obtained._ 34 Martha Fields Col'd vs. Harris Jones Col'd. Complaint of salt & battery - Summoned Jones committed him to jail for ten days and turned the case over to the civil authorities. 35 Pleasant Patience Col'd vs. J. J. Clampitt. Complaint _ share of the crop for 1867 _ Parties summoned, case investigated _ Due Patience half a bale of cotton. Clampitt worth nothing _ a due bill is all that could be obtained_
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