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John Tayloe vs. William Willis, etc.: Chancery Cause, Lynchburg City (Part 1 of 2)

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only as above. Tayloe made the offer of the price and asked no questions about their health. This respondent never heard of the frost bite until on the way to Lynchburg, this respondent is not at all interested in this cause and having fully answered prays to be hence dismissed with his costs. William Willis

Charlotte County to wit This day William Willis came before me a Justice of the Peace for the county aforesaid and made oath that the foregoing answer contains the truth given under my hand & seal this 6th day of January 1820 Isaac Read {seal}