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Jordan, German v. Rosser, John, etc.: Chancery Cause, Campbell County (Part 23 of 24)

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to give and the slaves so sold by me were taken back and then I came up with my slaves to St. Francesville whose I sold them without being required to give security for the title. After this trip. I was never in New Orleans with slaves for sale - There is is certainly less difficulty in selling in a rising than a declining market. And further this deponant saith not. Thos A Cobbs

Campbell County To wit The foregoing deposition was duly subscribed and sworn to before me a Justice of the peace for the County aforesaid at the time and place mentioned in the Caption. Given under my hand & seal this 14 day of May 1845. Saml Pannill {Seal}