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Phillis: Freedom Suit, Montgomery County (Part 16 of 20)

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were taken after his agents return home & are now filed in the cause. Those depositions being excepted to the plffs have retaken some & he expects will retake the others. At the last retaking his sd agent was present & informs him & he believes that his sd agent was told by the Magistrate who took the first depositions that those depositions are still in sd Magistrates possession. This affiant deems sd depositions so suppressed most material to the defense of sd suits if his information concerning them is correct. He therefore asks a rule on the plffs to produce them Given under my hand this 13th Sep 1849 John Ruffs JP