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    Turner Saunders gardian of Matthew Clay, who sues for the use of Edgar M Swoope as guardian of said Clay in a plea of Debt that he render unto him the sum of three hundred and five dollars which to him he owes and from him unjustly detains to his damage five hundred dollars

    [[preprinted text]] Herein fail not, and have you this writ at the office of the Clerk of said Court three days previous to the third Monday in [[/preprinted text]]
March 1849
[[preprinted text]] WITNESS, [[/preprinted text]] 
David J. Goodlett [[preprinted text]] Clerk of said Court, at office the [[/preprinted text]] 3rd day [[preprinted text]] of [[/preprinted text]] March [[preprinted text]] 18 [[/preprinted text]] 49 [[preprinted text]] and of the independence of the United States of America the [[/preprinted text]] 73rd [[preprinted text]] year,
Issued the [[/preprinted text]] 3rd [[preprinted text]] day of [[/preprinted text]]  March [[preprinted text]] 18 [[/preprinted text]] 49

[[preprinted text]] TESTE: [[/preprinted text]] 
        [[signature]] David J. Goodlett 
[[preprinted text]] CLERK. [[/preprinted text]] 

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