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Brantly's annotated Bland's Reports, Chancery Court 1809-1832
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CAPE SABLE COMPANY'S CASE.3 BLAND. 651

deceased, No. 6; the claim of Leonard Foreman, No. 7; the claim
of Benjamin Welsh, No. 8; and also the claim of James A. Sangs-
ton No. 10.

Soon after which the auditor made and reported a distribution
of the proceeds as directed by this order, which was confirmed on
the 21st of September, 1832; and all the exceptions of the parties
at variance with it overruled. A final disposition was thus made
of the case: and the corporation called the Cape Sable Company,
having been thus totally divested of all its property was thus vir-
tually dissolved, and finally extinguished.

 

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