Loudon v. Charles Scott. Summons of Robert Brockett & William Ashton


District of Columbia—to wit:

The United States of America,
To the Marshal of the District of Columbia—Greeting:

We command you that you summons Robert Brockett and William Ashton, to appear before the honorable the Judges of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, for the County of Alexandria, at the Court-House, in the town of Alexandria, on the 17th day of theis Court, which commencesd on the 4th Monday in June to testify, and the truth to say on behalf of Negro London in a certain matter of controversy in our said Court depending and undetermined, between Negro London Pltff. and Charles Scott Deft and this they shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of Dolls. 333 33 cts. And have then there this writ. Witness William Kilty, Esq. Chief Judge of our said Court, this 9th day of July 1805.

G. Deneale Cc


Negro London
Charles Scott


Robt Brokett sd
Wm Ashton.

Sumd Brockett
Ashton not sumnd LSummers DM