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clothes which he said were in one of his negroes houses, this respondent's wife told him that this [illegible] [illegible] was sick in deed and that she did not [illegible] him disturbed and that she would give him [illegible] to get the [clothes?] the complainant said he had other [illegible] with me when upon he was invited into [this?] [illegible] chamber when he was in bed. The complainant after coming in remarked to this respondant that he had caught his man Jacob, and as I owned his wife and he appeared [willing?] to live with the complainant he [illegible] to sell him to me. This respondent [illegible] that he would like to own Jacob but he was not able to buy him. The [illegible] said he would exchange [illegible] respondent had one who would suit him. This respondent replied he had one called [from?] who had no connexion in this part of the world and he would exchange if they could agree on- [Terry?] that the bought went out and saw [illegible] and [illegible] with him and [illegible] said he liked him very well and [required?] if he was healthy this respondent told him he was. This respondent [remarked?] that he had known Jacob very well before the [Compt?] purchased him but had