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

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Which Was My property delivered Me by Sd. Idle by the directions of My Father George Keith of Whom I purchased the Cag but was pervented by Minetree Jones a Magistrate who tried the Cause and gave me my property and Costs The Second Reason is he Said he Would Swear that a Certain hog delivered to Thomas Harbert or some person for him and shown to me in Harberts possession Was a hog that I had purchased of John Baker on his plantation for Tho's. Harbert Which I believe Was Not the Same hog Third Reason he Offered to Swear before Col'o. Swift that he and I Never had Settled and Changed Receipts Which We actuly had and I made it appear by Hugh Curren that he had a Receipt from me Sworn and Subscribed before Me this 23rd day of September 1809 D Keith W Vaughn