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Answer. He did in the conversations and at the time alluded to [illegible] Halston store. 9th Had you or had you not any interest in the estate of John [illegible] Bagwell? Answer. I had no interest in the estate but was his administrator. 10th Did you or did you not give the commissions allowed you for settling said estate to Ms. Rosan G Bagwell his widow? Answer. I did. 11th Have you or have you not any claims for commission or otherwise against the estate of John [illegible] Bagwell [illegible]? Answer. I have not Question by defendants counsel 1st Are you still the administrator of John [illegible] Bagwell? Answer. I am not the estate has been [illegible] and settled some time since and the property in the possession of Ms. Bagwell. 2nd Have you letters of [administrations?] upon the estate of John [illegible] Bagwell [illegible] ever been [illegible] or have you ever been [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] made by your securities or otherwise? Answer. Not that I know of. 3rd Why is it that you [illegible] say, you are not the administrator of John [illegible] Bagwell? Answer. Because I have not had any thing to do with the [illegible] estate for the last six years, and the property is all in the possession of the [distributer?] 4th Do you or not know whether [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] that [illegible] estate would succeed in the suit against [illegible] [illegible] alluded to in the foregoing part of your deposition! Answer. I have heard Mr. [Custis?] say several times that he did not think [illegible] estate would be [illegible] by the termination of the suit and my understanding of Mr. [Custis?] was that he did not think [illegible] would [recover?] anything. 5th Did you ever hear Mr. [Custis?] make a positive [illegible] [illegible] to pay [illegible] claim against the estate of Charles Mason [illegible]? Answer. He made as [illegible] [unconditional?] promise as any executor could do. 6th Did you ever hear Mr. [Custis?] make a positive [illegible] [unconditional?] promise to pay any claims against the estate of Charles Mason [illegible] by which I [illegible] did he make a promise without [illegible] [illegible] conditions or qualifications of any sort? Answer. I did not. there was always [illegible] if, if he had [illegible] [illegible] when the suit was decided. 7th [illegible] conversation between Mr. [Custis?] [illegible] yourself to which you [illegible], [illegible] to a claim of Samuel Balston [illegible] or to a claim of William [illegible] as surviving [illegible] of [illegible] [illegible] Answer. I do not know Had [settled?] the deponent saith not James H. Dix The foregoing deposition of James H. Dix was taken by [illegible] for the plaintiffs in the Clerk Office of Accomack County, [illegible] persuant to adjourning on Wednesday the 24th [Fey?] 1841 in presence of the plaintiffs attorney [illegible] [illegible] one of the attys [illegible] the defts. J. J. [illegible] [illegible]