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

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q. When you made use of the word out did you not intend to convey the meaning that he was westwardly? A. No he had been from home. q. When did this take place? A. I cannot tell. q. Was it not in May last? A. Will not say, I cannot recollect q. Was it not when he was comeing from the district court? A. I did see him when he came from the district court as I recollect. q. Where did you have this conversation A. At My house q. Who was present? A. I do not recollect who was there. q. Were you present at Grayson May court in 1807. A. I was. q. Was F. Idle sworn as a witness against you for the Com'th