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William Ross of Lawfull age being duly sworn Deposeth as follows-- Question by P Gaines Did you ever hear Fre Idle say any thing pushing his being summond as a witness to appear at Grayson May Court Last By a supeona Duces Tiecum against Hager in a suit for freedom A. I did Question at what time of the year or month Did it happen and what was the Conversation A. I think it was in May June or July in the year 1808 Mr Frederick Idle & myself had a conversation respecting the suit Hager vs Gaines he stated to me that Gaines had summond him to Grayson Court with a duce Casam but it was not legally done when he was legally summond he would be there he did not mind his duce Casams at all Question Do you Recollect whether you Eplaind the suppoena and set Idle Right or not? A. Idle I told him it was probaly a duce Shekum he said that was it he thought he was not acquainted withe the name of the writs & further saith not Sworn to & subscribd before me Wm. Ross Junr. this 24th day of Demr 1808 Nath. Frisbie