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

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The Depositions of Jno. D. Alexander and others taken pursuant to notice on Tuesday the 9. April 1844 at the Clerks Offic of Campbell County to be read as evidence on the trial of a suit depending in the Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chy. for the County of Campbell, wherein John Rosser is plaintiff and German Jordan is Defendant. The Deponent being duly sworn deposeth and saith.- Ques: by Defendant. Were you ever present at any attempt at a settlement between John Rosser and myself, and if so state as well you may recollect what passed between us at the said interview. Answer I was present when a settlement was attempted to be made between John Rosser and German Jordan as well as I recollect Mr Jordan requested of Mr Rosser a copy of his account which was refused and then the parties agreed to meet in Lynchburg on the next day or some few days after. And further Deponent saith not. Jno: D: Alexander Examination of J D. Alexander resumed. Ques: by Deft: Do you know of any conversation between Rosser and myself, in which I agreed to take the trip off the hands of Rosser entirely assuming all the liabities or loss if any, on my own shoulders, if he would account for the monies recieved for the sales of the Slaves sent out. Ans. I have at this time no recollection of any such conversation Jno: D: Alexander