merchants, of the town of Warrenton and State of North Carolina haven't
applied in open court to become a citizen of the United States according to the
provisions of the act of Congress and that can May and provided, and he the said
Robert Fleming having established by full complement and satisfactory evidence
before this court his reciting for the time required by said acts as well as
that jury the aforesaid time he has behaved himself as a matter of good moral
character, attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United States,
and will the defend to the good order and happiness of the same, and he the said
Robert Fleming having taken the bolts required via the aforesaid acts.
It is ordered by the aforesaid court that the same be recorded, and that
the said Robert Fleming the admitted to all the rights and privileges of a
citizen according to true intent and meaning of the before mentioned act.
~State of North Carolina}
Warren County} November session
~Negro woman Lucy, slave, the property of Joseph
Lees, stands charged for that she on the 17th day of November end here are of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six with force and arms in the town of
Warrenton in the County of Warren aforesaid, a certain house of one Joseph Lees
there situate feloniously, voluntarily and maliciously did set fire to, and the
same house and thereby, such firing as aforesaid feloniously, voluntarily and
maliciously did burn and consume. Defendant
pleaded not guilty.
~ It appearing to the court that a book in the
registered office containing the deed registered between Warren County May Court
1799 and November Court 1803 has been destroyed by fire, it is ordered that the
Clerk to give notice thereof by public advertisement, which notice shall be
proved and published in the Messenger and in every Captainís District in the
County notifying the Simpson, the probate of whose deeds bearing date between
the above mentioned to come forward and have them registered again.
~David Slayer of the County of Warren and State of
North Carolina having applied in open court to become a citizen of the United
States according to the provisions of the Acts of Congress in that case made and
proved, and the said David Slayer having established by full, complete and
satisfactory evidence before this court, residency for the time required by said
act, as well as that during the aforesaid time, he has behaved himself as a man
a good moral character, attached to the principles of the Constitution, of the
United States and well disposed to the good order and happiness of the same and
he the said David Slayer having taken the oath required by the aforesaid Acts,
it is ordered by this court that the same be recorded and that he the said
Slayer be admitted to all rights and privileges of the aforesaid accordingly to
the full intent and meaning of the afore mentioned Acts.
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