Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To sue (one) in the county court, especially for debt.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a court whose jurisdiction is limited to county.
“A senate bill entitled an act for taking the sense of the people of Henrico upon giving authority to the county court to raise by loan two thousand five hundred dollars for arming the county, was read a first and second times, and on motion of Mr. McGRUDER, read a third time and passed.”
“A bill to transfer the Capon and North branch turnpike to the county court of Hampshire.”
“WOOLFOLK presented the petition of the people of Orange (through their committee) to the general assembly of Virginia, praying for the passage of an act authorizing the county court of Orange”
“An act transferring the Cacapon and North branch turnpike to the county court of Hampshire county, No. 236.”
“A message was received from the senate by Mr. PENNYBACKER, who informed the house of delegates that the senate had passed a bill authorizing the county court of Rockingham county to loan to the Manassas gap rail road company a sum of money; in which they respectfully asked the concurrence of the house of delegates.”
“CARPENTER presented the petition of Charles McCormick to have a fine refunded, imposed by the county court of Alleghany county; which was ordered to be referred to the committee for courts of justice.”
“A bill to transfer the Cacapon and North branch turnpike to the county court of Hampshire.”
“A bill to authorize the county court of Fluvanna county to appropriate certain funds to the uniforming and equipping volunteer companies in said county.”
“Resolved, that the committee on military affairs enquire into the expediency of reporting a bill authorizing the county court of Fluvanna to appropriate such portion of the funds as they deem proper, already raised, or hereafter to be raised by the issue of county bonds, under the act entitled an act authorizing the county courts of the commonwealth to raise funds for arming the citizens, to the uniforming and equipping of volunteer companies.”
“H. Flood, a committee appointed by the county court of Appomattox, praying that leave be granted to the county court of said county to raise $ 6,000 for arming the county; which was ordered to be referred to the committee for courts of justice.”
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