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46. Jno. M. DeLoach vs. Caesar Brown et al. Complaint that Brown and eight other freedmen were upon a deserted place, stealing and pilfering. Summoned the parties and finding no cause for the complaint, but that Brown, on the contrary, was making a crop and doing well, I gave him a paper of protection. 47. Chas. Owen col'd vs. Washington Farrier col'd Complaint for killing a hog worth $12.00. Summoned the parties - Arranged by the return of five pigs in view of the hog - 48. Wm. Arnold Col'd vs. Essex Ames Col'd Complaint to recover three dollars loaned money. Summoned the parties. Evidence not reliable and positive, the case was dismissed. 49. Freedmen vs. Dr. R.A. Ford Ford was about leaving the County and not having settled with the freedmen. They agreed to take mules and other property for which I gave them certified receipts for services rendered in 1867. 50. Donny Mars Col'd vs. Mrs M.B. Ray. Summoned the parties and Mrs Ray pays the debt of $2.50.
in the last line the amount is 12.50
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