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John N. Hunter vs. John Brooks: Chancery Cause, Augusta County (Part 1 of 3)

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until after his return for goods, the said Hunter received the $200 upon these terms, and requested a Gentleman who was present, to notice that this respondent had loaned $200 which was to be returned when he came back from Richmond - at this interview no proposition or anything of the kind was made for a recession of the contract, nor has this respondent any knowledge of the said negroes being sent to his house during said Hunters absence or at any other time before or since, now was ever informed of any such thing untill he saw it so stated in Complth bill.

This respondent knows not what (if any) information the sd Camplth. may have obtained as to the unsoundness of said negro woman,