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llowed for his trouble; that is to say, if the Receiver could make such payment without such previous order he will have to run the risk of its being disallowed in the settlement of his account. The opinion of the Judge is, that the Receiver may be allowed reasonable compensation for any expended in the preservation of the property and for his services. 2d. If or live stock of any kind in his possession, he may be allowed the expense of and taking care of the same, 3d. If on the estate in land and negroes is under his content he have employ an great or overseer; that is to say if a profit might be made by it, or it is were necessary in order to preserve the property. If more profitable to hire out the land and slaves and cultivate the farm, he may adopt the course most advantageous to the holders of the property. In a supplement to his instructions the Judge quotes from Daniel factory Practice, vol. 3, page 1986, and other authorities, in illustration of the position assumed.