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Question by the pltff: What did P. B. Matthews tell you about his claim against Mr. Matthews estate.
 
Question by the pltff: What did P. B. Matthews tell you about his claim against Mr. Matthews estate.
 
Answer. That the [illegible] which he has given his brother Mr. Matthews [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] not to stand good if his brother [illegible] and that he owed him for a [illegible] [illegible] him of a negro. Hutchins [illegible].
 
Answer. That the [illegible] which he has given his brother Mr. Matthews [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] not to stand good if his brother [illegible] and that he owed him for a [illegible] [illegible] him of a negro. Hutchins [illegible].
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Sworn to upon me a justice of the [illegible] for Prince Edward and be read as evidence in a suit in chy now depending between [illegible] Matthews Exor of P. B. Matthews pltff and William Walker and Sarah Matthews [illegible] dfts.
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March 12 [illegible]
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James Morton

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Question by the defts: When [illegible] Walker told Mr. P. B. Matthews that he had told him (Walker that William Matthews owed him nothing what did Mr. Matthews say contradicting Mr. Walker [illegible] said he could [illegible] [illegible] [illegible]. He did not [illegible] anything. Question by the pltff: What did P. B. Matthews tell you about his claim against Mr. Matthews estate. Answer. That the [illegible] which he has given his brother Mr. Matthews [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] not to stand good if his brother [illegible] and that he owed him for a [illegible] [illegible] him of a negro. Hutchins [illegible]. Sworn to upon me a justice of the [illegible] for Prince Edward and be read as evidence in a suit in chy now depending between [illegible] Matthews Exor of P. B. Matthews pltff and William Walker and Sarah Matthews [illegible] dfts. March 12 [illegible] James Morton