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

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[page torn] bury December 6th 1784 [page torn] Sets down to write to a Man [page torn] Maxim to be as short & [page torn] I will in this Letter [page torn] as much as possable my [page torn] admit off - An Action [page torn] against Mr. Eliphatet [page torn] Name of his Account in [page torn] a Tryal in the inferior [page torn] to the Supr Court [page torn] Febry. We want your [page torn] authenticated, whether [page torn] was any ways [page torn] in the Year [page torn] you did in the Years [page torn] with Mr. Jewell to have [page torn] Land at any Price he [page torn] [c]harge for the Soil, or [page torn] it cost what it would. [page torn] Chapin for the Soil. [page torn] Price was Rec'd from [illegible] [page torn] Jewell now charges 2/ per £ ? [page torn] Your Deposition as to the [page torn] Whiting Atty took upon [page torn] Which I would beg [page torn] by Mr. Nolly. [page torn] one whether you ever [page torn] Cash of Mr. Jackway at [page torn] was not Endors'd on his [page torn] some Stating of your [page torn] old Mr. Beckwith.