Written notice to James Monroe by Nathan Skinner that a deposition will be taken on 16 October 1826 of Joseph Hill in support of Skinner's position in Monroe v. Skinner, a case then pending in the Superior Court of Chancery holden at Winchester. On the reverse, the notice is certified by "J. Bayly" that a Justice of the Peace in Loudoun County confirmed delivery of the notice to Monroe.
|Collection||The John M. Woolsey Collection of Legal Documents|
|Folder||Documents in the case of Monroe v. Skinner with signatures of James Monroe, John Quincy Adams and Henry St. George Tucker|
|Physical Description||handwritten manuscript, 11cm x 20cm|
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