Judgement Langill
William Matheson vs. John D. Langill
September 20, 1843

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Judgment

William Matheson vs John D. Langill
Registered 20th September, 1843, 8 o'clock p.m.on the certificate of James Skinner

William Matheson, Plaintiff

Cause

John D. Langill, Defendant

Say us nothing on Indebitatus Assumptsit between the said William Matheson and the said John D. Langill as well for the sum of twenty pounds, four shillings and two pence, damages as well as costs of suit. Therefore, it is considered that the said William Matheson do recover against the said John D. Langill, his damages aforesaid of twenty pounds, four shillings and two pence and also the sum of six pounds and twelve shilling for his costs of suit amounting in all to twenty-six pounds, fourteen shillings and two pence and the said John Langill in mercy.
Signed
William Hill
27th October 1841

I, James Skinner, Deputy Notary for Her Majesty's Supreme Court of Judicature for the County of Pictou, in the Province of Nova Scotia, do hereby certify unto all whom it doth or may concern that the foregoing is a true and correct extract and copy of the original Docket of Judgment in the cause of William Matheson against John D. Langill entered upon the Docket Book of Judgments of Her Majesty's Supreme Court at Pictou, in the Province aforesaid, Letter 5, Page 270, which judgment was duly entered, docketed and signed by the Honourable William Hill, one of the Assistant Justices of the said Supreme Court on the twenty-seventh day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and forty-one for the sum of twenty-six pounds, fourteen shillings and two pence debt and cost of suit as of the term of October in the year last aforesaid.

Given under my hand and seal of the said Supreme Court at Pictou this twenty-seventh day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and forty-three.

James Skinner

Source:
LDS film #0578975, vol. 27, pg. 711
Transcribed by Lynda Minarzick
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