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The deposition of Elizabeth Partin, taken at Mosby [Speed's?] office in Lynchburg, on the 22nd of September 1847, pursuant to notice, to be read as evidence on the trial of the suit of Henry Jackson an infant etc Plff and James M. Jackson and others defendnats, pending in the Cir: Supr. Court of Law and Chancery for Prince Edward County. Being sworn, the deponent saith to question by the Plff's Counsel-You have said in a deposition given by you, in this case, at a former time, that in Decr. 1846 you held a conversation with James M. Jackson in Lynchburg on the subject of the negroes. The same involved in this suit. You will please state if in that convesation James M. Jackson said any thing about the mode and manner of paying for the said negroes and if he did state what he said on that subject? Answer In the cfonveration which I had with James M Jackson in Lynchburg in Dec. 1846 he said that Pleasant Partin

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The deposition of Elizabeth Partin, taken at Mosby [Speed's?] office in Lynchburg, on the 22nd of September 1847, pursuant to notice, to be read as evidence on the trial of the suit of Henry Jackson an infant etc Plff and James M. Jackson and others defendnats, pending in the Cir: Supr. Court of Law and Chancery for Prince Edward County. Being sworn, the deponent saith to question by the Plff's Counsel-You have said in a deposition given by you, in this case, at a former time, that in Decr. 1846 you held a conversation with James M. Jackson in Lynchburg on the subject of the negroes. The same involved in this suit. You will please state if in that convesation James M. Jackson said any thing about the mode and manner of paying for the said negroes and if he did state what he said on that subject? Answer In the cfonveration which I had with James M Jackson in Lynchburg in Dec. 1846 he said that Pleasant Partin