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to him the most odious crime against the laws
 
to him the most odious crime against the laws
of civil societyh, is really extraordinary, and is an
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of civil society, is really extraordinary, and is an
 
opinion which your respondent believes is [illegible]
 
opinion which your respondent believes is [illegible]
 
[illegible] by no one who hard the evidence in the cause, except
 
[illegible] by no one who hard the evidence in the cause, except
the Compl't. As to the absence of kin dread so
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the Compl't. As to the absence of Kinkead so
 
much complained of in the compl'ts bill your respondent
 
much complained of in the compl'ts bill your respondent
 
begs leave to remark that he as well as the  
 
begs leave to remark that he as well as the  
 
compl't relied on Kinkead as a witness, and that eh
 
compl't relied on Kinkead as a witness, and that eh
 
absence of Kinkead was known both to plt & deft
 
absence of Kinkead was known both to plt & deft
before they went ot trial, and yet no application
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before they went to trial, and yet no application
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was made to the court by either party for a continuance;
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on the contrary the compl't seemed
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anxious for a trial - without these in any thing
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farther material or necessary for this defendant
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to make answer to and not herein confessed avoided
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or denied further he saith not but prays
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to be hence delll with his costs in this behalf
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most unjustly sustained & he will ever pyray
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&c.
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William W [Clintie?]

Revision as of 09:41, 20 April 2022

to him the most odious crime against the laws of civil society, is really extraordinary, and is an opinion which your respondent believes is [illegible] [illegible] by no one who hard the evidence in the cause, except the Compl't. As to the absence of Kinkead so much complained of in the compl'ts bill your respondent begs leave to remark that he as well as the compl't relied on Kinkead as a witness, and that eh absence of Kinkead was known both to plt & deft before they went to trial, and yet no application was made to the court by either party for a continuance; on the contrary the compl't seemed anxious for a trial - without these in any thing farther material or necessary for this defendant to make answer to and not herein confessed avoided or denied further he saith not but prays to be hence delll with his costs in this behalf most unjustly sustained & he will ever pyray &c. William W [Clintie?]