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New York Supreme Court. William Trimble Vs. Alexander Trimble. Manuscript Document.


Published by Essex County, New York, 1803
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good No Binding
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On vellum. Some darkening along bottom. One leaf, written front and back. 6 x 12 inches, folded. The New York Supreme Court orders the sheriff of Essex Co., New York to collect $318.38 from William Trimble (a resident of New York city) to satisfy a claim against him by William Trimble. Issued by "Fairlie Clerk" and also identifying "Evertson Atty." on the front. Faded signature of sheriff on back. Bookseller Inventory # 12320

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Title: New York Supreme Court. William Trimble Vs. ...

Publisher: Essex County, New York

Publication Date: 1803

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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