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The Deposition of Peyton Mason taken in his own house on the 10th day of Oct. 1805
 
The Deposition of Peyton Mason taken in his own house on the 10th day of Oct. 1805
  
This depondant deposeth & say-
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This depondant deposeth & sayeth
eth that on the thirteen of January 1804 he  
+
that on the thirteenth of January 1804 he  
 
swaped a negro boy named Sam with a certain
 
swaped a negro boy named Sam with a certain
 
Richard Oldham, which Boy he the said deponant  
 
Richard Oldham, which Boy he the said deponant  
 
told Oldham was defective & had laboured
 
told Oldham was defective & had laboured
under the disease for a number of years
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under the disease for a number of yeares
 
which complaint was something like the piles
 
which complaint was something like the piles
but did not think it was in consequence of its  
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but did not think it was in consiquence of its  
 
being much worse. The deponant  
 
being much worse. The deponant  
 
further sayeth that he observed to Oldham
 
further sayeth that he observed to Oldham

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The Deposition of Peyton Mason taken in his own house on the 10th day of Oct. 1805

This depondant deposeth & sayeth that on the thirteenth of January 1804 he swaped a negro boy named Sam with a certain Richard Oldham, which Boy he the said deponant told Oldham was defective & had laboured under the disease for a number of yeares which complaint was something like the piles but did not think it was in consiquence of its being much worse. The deponant further sayeth that he observed to Oldham that his gut came down as large as a bladder & that it was obliged to be returned with his hand or some substance. In some time after this bargain between