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10 of Isaac Mines and a Mrs. Berry had told him so. Quest'n. By same Who asked Mr. McCutchen them questions, Did the court? Answ'r. I interrogated Mr. McCutchen on that subject, and the cousel for the prisoner the now comp't asked questions concerning the health of the negro woman before the complainant bought her I have no recollection of the court asking any such questions Quest'n By same - Did Mr. McCutchen appear to give in a cool evidence or appear to be mad when Cross examined? Answ'r. I that Mr. McCutchen when interrogated by me as to his relationship with the comp't. seemed to be exasperated. Mr. McCutchen also stated that it was the general report in the neighbourhood where the negro woman lived when at Isaac Mines's that the woman was unhealthy. I asked him to state some of the persons who told him this, I that he answered with a good deal of apparent resentment - this has been my impression ever since the trial 11 Question By same What part of the negro did he say I compared to a deers bag soaked (on the trial for slander)? Answ'r I have no distinct recollection By [pltff?] Was Mr McCutchen [illegible] on that trial? Answ'r. I have no knowledge of any activity displayed by him on that occasion - all I know or recollect of his activity was testifying before the court when called on as I have before stated. Are you not [retained?] for Mr McClintock and [illegible] Answ'r. I am retained in the present suit by Mr. McClintick and was retained in the action of Slander which gave rise to this suit - but how long I have been retained in that suit I to not distinctly recollect I think Mr. McClintick employed me in his action of Slander proba