- In this subpeona, Benjamin Joy claimed that Carlton Tannehill had been bound as his apprentice, but Tannehill ran away. Joy further claimed that he believed Tannehill would run away from justice, thereby avoiding the decision of the court unless the court forced him to give security for his appearance during the trial.
|Collection||The Papers of Roger B. Taney, 1792 (1805-1812) - 1818|
|Folder||The Papers of Roger B. Taney|
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