[Legal document] 1826 Aug. 23, Rhea County, Tennessee [Order for personal possessions of James Coulter to be sold and the money paid to Roberts & McCallie] : a machine readable transcription of an image
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August 23, 1826
This is a legal document dated August 23, 1826. The document orders any lawful officer to collect and sell the goods and chattel of a James Coulter, and to give the value of $12.00 from the sale of these goods to merchants Roberts & McCallie in payment of a debt. It also orders that 25 cents be paid for court costs accrued in the suit brought against James Coulter.
State of Tennessee --- Rhea County To any Lawful Officer, Greeting:
YOU are hereby commanded that of the goods and chattels of James Coulter if in your county to be found, you cause to be made the sum of twelve Dollars which Roberts & McCallie lately before me recovered for debt; also, the further sum of Twenty five Cents which were adjudged for cost in said suit expended, and that you have said monies ready to render agreeably to an act of the general assembly in such case made and provided, and that you have then there this writ.
Given under my hand and seal, this 23 day of Augt [August] 1826