William Harvey Bill of Complaint
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Bill of complaint, 1786, of William Harvey of Spotsylvania asking that a writ of subpoena and injunction be issued to Morto Brien (Mort O'Brien) and Joseph Prentis, his attorney, to retain the amount of a judgement against William Harvey until the lawsuit can be tried. Bears affidavit, 1786, of G[eorge] Weedon as alderman of Fredericksburg, Va. Undated.
- Creation: 1786 October 7
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