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MVB, Counsel for James Jackson ex dem. Abr[aha]m I. Salisbury v. Nicholas Fish and Matthew McNair,  [1814]

Supreme Court

James Jackson ex

dem. Abrm. I Salisbury

v.

Nicholas Fish &

Matthew Mc Nair

Brief for Trial Onondago circuit

Deduction of Sale

Ist. Pattent to Caleb Cornwall for Lot No. 6 in Hanibal Onondago County

2d April IId. Conveyance from Caleb
1783 Cornwall To Edward Taylor
Witness Barker  
<Zeder> <illegible>  
<Smith>  

  IIId Assignment from Edward
May 18th Taylor to Abrm. Salisbury the
1789 Lessor.

IVth. The Settlement of one Hempstead as a Tenant under the Lessor & possession under him of the previous question for five or six years.

receipts Vth. The Payment of the Taxes for several years.

<boker> & VIth. Proof of the Consideration of
Smith the first deed

E. Taylor VIIth. Do. of the second

Jackson ex dem

<Hudson> & Chapman

Alexander & others To shew that
3d Johnson R this conveyance
3484 was good as a deed, &

1st Vol. of Greenleafs edition of the Laws page 353—to shew that the Pattent refered back to 29th. March 178<2>.

Supreme Court

James Jackson ex

dem Abm. Salisbury

v.

Fish & McNair

Brief for Circuit

<set>

Copy of assignment of

Osborn parsons <discharge>

Onondago—

MVB, Counsel for James Jackson ex dem. Abraham I. Salisbury v. Nicholas Fish and Matthew McNair, 1814MVB, Counsel for James Jackson ex dem. Abraham I. Salisbury v. Nicholas Fish and Matthew McNair, 1814MVB, Counsel for James Jackson ex dem. Abraham I. Salisbury v. Nicholas Fish and Matthew McNair, 1814
Source: DLC Library of Congress
Collection: MVB Papers (DLC)
Series: Series 2 (1 January 1812-16 February 1815)