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property conveyed to her by deed of 15th September 1834, and that [illegible] all of the [illegible] property conveyed to her by her
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property conveyed to her by deed of 15th September 1834, and that [illegible] all of the [illegible] property conveyed to her by her [illegible] Father was for a valuable and good condition and done in good faith; This Defendant , says that independent of other resources, which she is not bound to disclose, she was entitled to and denied by agreement with her said father a large sum of money for her [illegible] [illegible] in attending to the store and [illegible] of her said father; that in the spring of the year 1812, her father in his [illegible] opened a store and continued to the day of his death to [illegible] stores and to earn on [illegible]; the [illegible] the said 1812, to the day of his death, which took place 18th Oct. 1834, [illegible] about twenty two or more years, this Defendant devoted her entire time both by day and late at nights to attend to the [illegible] of her sick father and in manning his family and attending to him.; That at times she acted as sales woman in the same store with her father and at other times she conducted

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10 property conveyed to her by deed of 15th September 1834, and that [illegible] all of the [illegible] property conveyed to her by her [illegible] Father was for a valuable and good condition and done in good faith; This Defendant , says that independent of other resources, which she is not bound to disclose, she was entitled to and denied by agreement with her said father a large sum of money for her [illegible] [illegible] in attending to the store and [illegible] of her said father; that in the spring of the year 1812, her father in his [illegible] opened a store and continued to the day of his death to [illegible] stores and to earn on [illegible]; the [illegible] the said 1812, to the day of his death, which took place 18th Oct. 1834, [illegible] about twenty two or more years, this Defendant devoted her entire time both by day and late at nights to attend to the [illegible] of her sick father and in manning his family and attending to him.; That at times she acted as sales woman in the same store with her father and at other times she conducted