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Into court and being examined about the same said he heard Capt Calv[paper missing] say some words like it or to that effort could not charge his memory wth them in particular  
 
Into court and being examined about the same said he heard Capt Calv[paper missing] say some words like it or to that effort could not charge his memory wth them in particular  
 
In the suit brought by George Home against Benja Grayson [bout?] this deponent heard Mr Mercer say at the tryall that he knew Home to be a rogue
 
In the suit brought by George Home against Benja Grayson [bout?] this deponent heard Mr Mercer say at the tryall that he knew Home to be a rogue
At a court held for the examination of Wm Sparks for felonious taking [attd?] of tobo out of the house of that Carney: Mr Mercer said yt the evidence was not full enough to prove the felony and that the court could only find and imprison him Capt Colvil said that as they were only an examining court he thought they had
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At a court held for the examination of Wm Sparks for felonious taking [attd?] of tobo out of the house of that Carney: Mr Mercer said yt the evidence was not full enough to prove the felony and that the court could only find and imprison him Capt Colvil said that as they were only an examining court he thought they had no[illegible-

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Into court and being examined about the same said he heard Capt Calv[paper missing] say some words like it or to that effort could not charge his memory wth them in particular In the suit brought by George Home against Benja Grayson [bout?] this deponent heard Mr Mercer say at the tryall that he knew Home to be a rogue At a court held for the examination of Wm Sparks for felonious taking [attd?] of tobo out of the house of that Carney: Mr Mercer said yt the evidence was not full enough to prove the felony and that the court could only find and imprison him Capt Colvil said that as they were only an examining court he thought they had no[illegible-