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

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Pursuant to a proven Notice givin to Philip Gaines to take Deposions in a of Chancery Depending in our Court of Grayson at Mak Johnsons the 6th day of December 1809 but by Consent of parties Adjornd till the 27. Que by Fredrick Idle ast Alles Jones Being of full age and duly sworn Was I at your house on tuesday may Court last Ans. Yeas Qs. did I appear to be Unwell Ans I do not Know I heard any Complaint Qs Was I at your house on wensday following Ans. Yeas Qs did I appear to be Unwell on that day Ans you did appear to be Very Unwell on that day