Hill, Henry v. Taylor, Humphrey: Chancery Cause, Madison County (Part 3 of 10)
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Henry Hill he could not have got along. That he had not funds of his own but could now command any amount. That he and Hill were in partnership, but he did not wish it to be publicly known. And further this deponent sayeth not. Wm G Allan Culpeper County To wit: The foregoing depositions of Fountain Stonesiffer and William G. Allan were taken, subscribed, and sworn to, before me, a justice of the peace in & for the County aforesaid, this day, within the hours and at the place mentioned in the caption thereof. Given under my hand this 11th day of May 1844. Edmund Broaddus Hill v Taylor Depositions of Stonesiffer and Allan for pltff The notice in this case was to short. The exception is sustained & the deposition rejected. R H Field May 22 1844 These depositions are excepted to by deft. because the notice was not [reasonable?] under the circumstances. It was given late in the evening of one day ^after the Culpeper mail had gone^ to take depo. at Culpeper C House the next day. When Deft was confined in Jail at Madison & his Counsel was absent at Fauquier J. S. [Barbour?] for Deft