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26. complainant and Thomas Johnson and Peter Corbell (whose attorney you are) are defendants, when and where you may attend to Investigate the Witnesses should you think proper Respectfully Isaac Plaintiff in form a pauperis Lynchburg April 10th 1813. Campbell County to Wit Personally appeared before me John M Gordon a Justice of the peace for said County, George Cockran and made oath as the law directs, that he did on Monday the 12th day of this month leave at the dwelling house of William Radford a notice of which the within is a true copy, Given under my hand in Campbell County this 15th day of April 1813. John M. Gordon Thomas Johnson take notice that on the third day of May 1813, at the dwelling house of Mille Taliaferro in Chester County in the State of South Carolina Between the hours of ten in the morning and six in the afternoon of said day and unless sooner finished, between the same hours of three next succeeding days, I will take the depositions of Mille Taliaferro William Taliaferro Jno Franklin John Canady James Canady and Mrs. Canady to be read as evidence in the Injunction now depending and undetermined in the County Court of Campbell. In which I am Complainant and you and Peter Corbell are defendants when and where you may attend to cross interrogate the Witnesses should you think proper Respectfully Isaac Plaintiff in form a pauperis Lynchburg April 10th 1813. Campbell County Sct Personally appeared before me John M Gordon a Justice of the peace for the said County Duncan King and made oath that he did on Monday the 12th day of this month deliver to the within named Thomas Johnson a notice of which the within is a true Copy. given under myhand in Campbell County this 15th day of April 1813. The State of South Carolina Chester District. We John Pratt Henry Head, and Francis Wilks Esquires Justices assignd to keep the peace in the district aforesaid, In 27. In Obedience to a commission to us directed from the honorable Court of Campbell County state of Virginia we have this day between the hours of ten and six oclock at the house of Milly Taliaferro in the district aforesaid caused Milly Taliaferro John Franklin John Canady Personally to come before us who after being fully sworn on the holy evangelist of almighty God, deposeth and saith as follows that is to say. Milly Taliaferro saith upon her oath that she was well acquainted with Peter Corbell in Chester County now district in the state of South Carolina for several years particularly in years 1790, 91 & 92 during which time the said Peter Corbell held and claimed as a slave a certain negroe man named Isaac, which aid Isaac presented himself here on the 28th day of January last past with a Commission whereupon I was then examined which said Commission is returned and is here now presant and further this Deponant saith not Sworn to and signed this 3d day of May 1813. Milly Taliferro Before us John Pratt J. P. Henry Head J. P. Francis Wilks J. P. John Franklin says on his oath that he was well acquainted with Peter Corbell of Chester County, now district in the state of South Carolina for a number of years and that about eighteen or twenty years he held and claimed as a slave a negroe man by the name of Isaac for the term of two or three years in this state and that he herd Peter Corbell say that he sent the said Isaac to the state of Virginia By Mr Brag and that the same Isaac appeared at this place on the 28th day of January last past with a Commission from the County Court of Campbell whereupon I was then examined which is here now present and further saith not. Sworn to and signed the 3d May 1813 John Franklin Before us John Pratt J. P. Henry Head J. P. Francis Wilks J. P. John Kennedy saith on his oath that he was well acquainted with Peter Corbell of Chester County now District