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

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Jane Johnson being of full age and Sworn on the holy Evengelist deposeth and saith Qs what time did I Come to your house May court last Ans. in the afternoon late Qs did I appear to be Very sick and on the Bed the most of the time I was here Ans as for the Bed I do not Remember but you appeard to be Sick, and told me you was Very Sick Qs Did you shew any spirits in order to sweat me [illegible] Ans you ast me if I was plenty of Brandey and I told you I had a little, I ast you if I was to Steer Some if you would drink it he said you would you said it put you in a Sort of a Sweat and he said he was Some better Sworn to and Subscribed Jane x her mark Johnson F. Fielder