Milly v. Stephen Smith
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3. person who by Consent, of the Plff & by have, of the Court, Confess,
Judgement for the sum of Two hundred and Sixty seven, dollars
fifty cents, & Costs It is therefore considered, by the Court That the
plaintiff recover against the defendant the sum of Two hundred
and fifty Sixty seven, dollars and 50 cents, as aforesaid &
also his costs, by her about her suit herein Expended and the
defendant in money&c. And by Consent it is orderd that notes,
on the bank of the Commonwealth of KentuckyKentucky,
shall be received, in discharge of this Judgement.

And afterwards towit on the 27th day of July 1826. the
following execution together with issued, upon the foregoing Judge
which together with the Certificate, & return, therein, is in
the words & figures, following towit, the Commonwealth of
KentuckyKentucky, to the Sheriff of Shelby CountyShelby County Greeting We, Command
you that of the estates of DavidDavid Shipman late, of your bailiwick,
You cause to be made the sum of Two hundred & Sixty seven,
dollars and fifty cents, which PollyPolly Rice lately, in our ShelbyShelby
Circuit CourtCircuit Court received, against him for damages also $ 6.19 cents,
Which in the same court was adjudged, to the said PollyPolly Rice
for her costs in that suit aforesaid. Whereof the said DavidDavid
Shipman is Convict, as appears to in of record; and that you
have the same before the Judge of our said Court at the
Courthouse, in Shelbyville, on the rule day to be held, in the clerks
office on the Saturday succeeding, the third Monday in September
next to render, to the said PollyPolly Rice of the damages & costs afsd
and have, then there this writ Witness,SamuelSamuel Turis, Clerk of
our said Court. this 27th day of July 1826. and in the 35th,
year, of the Commonwealth

SamuelSamuel Yervis, ClCo