Three-page deposition taken in relation to “a certain matter of controversy in the . . . Circuit Court” regarding “the Marshall of West Tennessee,” who, it appears, may have kept court fees, including some raised by the sale of a slave, for his personal use. Various.

Three-page deposition taken in relation to “a certain matter of controversy in the . . . Circuit Court” regarding “the Marshall of West Tennessee,” who, it appears, may have kept court fees, including some raised by the sale of a slave, for his personal use

Madison County, Tennessee: 1840. Unbound. This document measures 7.75” x 12.5” It is in good shape with some moderate soiling, and tape repairs on the reverse of the third page. The document records the testimony of a witness who sold a slave to pay for both a judgment levied against him as well as other associated costs and fees. The witness reported that he paid all judgments and fees to the Marshall and that he saw one other person pay the Marshall as well. Very good. Item #009202

Price: $75.00

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