Johnson Advisor & Commissioner Gaines office Octo. 1[st] 1835 Armistead's ad.
The Commissioner respectfully reports to the court in compliance with the order made in this cause on the 14[th] of November 1834. He has examined and settled the amount of Marcus A. Armistead as Advisor of John C. Armistead and embracing his transactions with said Estate from the 1[st] of September 1834. (up to which time this commissioner lead formerly settled his amounts and returned the same to the Hurtings Court of Petersburg, at the September term 1833 & October term 1834) To the first day of October 1835. The commissioner further reports to the court that in order to avoid the additional expense of transcribing and embodying in his present amount, that portion of the Administrators transactions with the Estate which had previously been settled and reported to the Hurtings Court as above mentioned, he has returned herewith, copies of his amounts so made and returned as aforesaid; by which it will be seen that the several balances their reported to be due the respective distributions on the 1[st] of September 1834. Have been carried to their credit in the present account_ By the settlement now made the commissioner ascertains the Administrators to be indebted to the distributers as follows_
To Adelia H. Johnson now deceased lately Adelia H. Armistead, in the sum of one thousand and ninety six Dollars and ninety three cents of principal, and fifty nine