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son offer Bull any money except the time Bull refused to receive it? Ansr dont know. I never saw him that I know of Questn by Defts Council. Do you or do you not know that John Bull sent for John Mason the brother of Chas to come from Maryland to make a settlement between sd C Mason & Jno Bull Ansr He did & John Mason came down & staid two or three days, but could not get Chas Mason sober e nough to settle Questr by Defts Council, What do you mean by your answer to the 14th Questn by Pltfs Council (which questn & ansr was read by Defts Council, the reading of which to the witness was objected to by Pltf Council) Do you mean that Mason paid over the money to John Bull, when ever he returned from Norfolk. Ansr. I never saw him pay any money to BUll Belsy his X mark Matthews I certify that the foregoing deposition was taken, [illegible] & sworn to the 12th Jany 1834 at the house of John Bull sr. in the presence of Peter P Mayo & Geo P Scarburgh counsel for the parties, and that Geo P Scarburgh the Pltf attorney admitted that he had had reasonable notice thereof Wm Parramon J Coun Chy