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The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1861., [Electronic resource], Evening session. (search)
Supreme Court of Appeals. --The Judges of this Court — viz: Messrs. Daniel, Moncure, Lee and Robertson--met at the State Court-House on Friday, the 5th inst. Case of Miles Selden, &c., vs. Henderson Hundley, &c., on a writ of suspersedeas, the writ heretofore a warded, the plaintiff not having been returned executed, on their motion by counsel, a new writ is ordered to issue.--Ro. E. Lee, executor of George Washington Parke Custis, dec'd, appellants, vs. Mary Ann Randolph Lee and others, appellees. Upon an appeal from a decreee pronounced by the Circuit Court of Alexandria county. Appellants heard by Francis L. Smith; appellees called, and not appearing, time was taken to consider of a verdict. [The question to be settled in this case is the meaning of Custis' will, setting free his slaves on the termination of five years after his death]--White vs. White and others, appeal from the decree of the Cirenit Court of Spotsylvania county. Argued by R. T. Daniel for appellants.