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Frederick Idle vs. Philip Gaines: Chancery Cause, Grayson County (Part 2 of 2)

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by P. Gains Q Did Fredrick Idle Know you was summoned to appear here to Day against him as a Witness? A. I realy cant say whether I did or not I mentioned it before Major Frisbie last night Question have you and Fredrick Idle had any Conversation Respecting your Evidence against him since you was Summoned? A. we had not. question by Comp't. Did you recollect hearing me say I was Sick when I was going to may Court? A. I heard him say he was very unwell & he had to to to Court but do not recollect what Court. Q Do you ever recollect hearing me complain of being unwell but once agoing to Court? A. I dont know as I do Question By Philip Gaines what year was it in that you Saw Fredredick Idle going to Court and was It the Chancery Court or Grayson May Court Last? A. it was to Grayson Court & I think this summer or some time less than a twelve month. Was It in the winter Spring or Summer A It appears to me it must have been in the Spring but I wont be positive & further saith not William Cornwell x his mark Sworn to & subscrib'd to before me this 24th Dec'r 1808 Nath'l Frisbie