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Frederick Idle vs. Philip Gaines: Chancery Cause, Grayson County (Part 2 of 2)

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Will Cornwell deposeth. Q. Did you hear F. Idle say he was summoned to the last May term at Gray son a a witness in the suit between M. Gains and Hager? A. Not as I remember of q. Have you heard him say any thing a bout getting an Injunction to stay proceedings about that time? A. Not untill after he got it. I heard him say he had an injunction, I cannot say what time, he had been out some where and people said he had been at the Chancery court. q. When you saw the injunction what conversation passed? A. I never saw the injunction I only heard him say he had it. q. What proceedings was the injunction to stay, or what was his declared object A. I do not recollect, that he stated it