Milly v. Stephen Smith
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the Estate of DavidDavid Shipman Stephen SmithStephen Smith late of
your bailiwick, you cause to be made the sum of $562 to be discharged
by the payment of Two hundred and Eighty one
dollars with interest, thereon, at the rate, of six percent,
per annum from the 21st of August 1826. Which Levin,
Cooper lately in our ShelbyShelby,Circuit CourtCircuit Court recovered
against them for debt, & Interest also cents, which
in the same Court was adjudged, to the said Levin,
Cooper for his costs, in that suit,, whereof
the said DavidDavid Shipman & Stephen SmithStephen Smith are convict,,
as appears to us aforesaid: and that you have, the same
before the judge of our said Court at the Courthouse,
in Shelbyville,, on the day to be held, in the Clerks,
Office, on the Saturday, preceeding, the third monday in
January next, to render, to the sd Levin Cooper of the
Debt,, Interest and costs aforesaid, and have, then [ their ]
this writ,, Witness,SamuelSamuel Tevis, Clerk of our said
Court, this 24th day of November 1826 and in the
35th year of this Commonwealth.

Execution

Saml Tevis C.