[N. p., but Nashville?: n. p., 1819]. With expected two old folds, and some tearing along those folds; a few additional minor tears; a little browned; a very good copy.. One leaf, 6-1/4 x 7-1/2 inches, printed recto only. Addressed to the Sheriff of Williamson County, a summons for Nathaniel W. Forbis to appear in March, 1820, at the courthouse in Nashville as a defendant in a complaint brought by James Stewart. Signed by the clerk, Randal MíGavock. Docketed on the verso and noted as delivered on 30th Nov. 1819. Per the 1820 census, Forbis was a small slaveholding farmer in Franklin, Tennessee; the details of the court case remain unknown. (Inventory #: 17564)
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