Analysis of the Statutes of Georgia; In General Use with the Forms and Precedents Necessary to Their Practical Operation, and an Appendix ...

Analysis of the Statutes of Georgia; In General Use with the Forms and Precedents Necessary to Their Practical Operation, and an Appendix ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ... said John Doe, and he being found, that you bring him before me, or some other jus-tice of the peace for the said county, to be examined touching the pre-mises, and to be otherwise dealt with according to law. Given under my hand and seal, this llfay 1, 1846. JAMES MACK, J. P. L. S. STATE OF GEORGIA: 5 Be it remembered, that on thefirst day of.May, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and forty-six, John Doe, principal, of said county, Richard Roe, of said county, and Charles Smith, securities, of said county, personally came before me, James Mack, one of the justices of the peace, for the county aforesaid, and acknowledge themselves to owe to his excellency George W. Crawford, governor of said State for the time being, and his successors in ofiice, that is to say, the said John Doe, thefsurn of one hundred dollars, and the said Richard Roe and Charles Smith, each the sum of fifty dollars, separately, of good and lavful money of said State, to be made and levied of their goods and chattels, lands and tenements, respectively, to the use of the said State, if the said John Doe shall make default in the condition hereon endorsed, (or hereunder written.) Insert whatever condition the nature of the charge may require. Houston County. forty-six, John Doe, of said county, personally came before me, James.Maclc, one of the justices of the peace, for the said county, and acknow-ledged himself to owe to his excellency George W. Craugford, governor of said State for the time being, and his successors in ofiice, the sum of one hundred dollars, of good and lawful money of said State, to be made and levied of his goods and chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of the said State, if he the said John Doe shall fail in the condition underwritten...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236790022
  • 9781236790026