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Subscribed and sworn to before me William Sitlington a Justice of the Peace in and for the County of Bath this 25th Day of November 1811

W Sitlington

The Affidavit of William M. McClintie

This Affiant being of full age and duly sworn states as follows that he was present at the time the defendant was sworn and examined before the call Court for the purpose of trying John Bollar for the Murder of his negroe Girl Winifred and heard the said Defendant go on to describe the wound on the negroe's Breast which he said looked like a cut or a tear and observed that it was very white and upon being asked by the Attorney for the Commonwealth how white it was who answered that he could not exactly tell but the nearest comparison he could make to it was the likeness of a Doe's Bag soaked in water. he also said that part of the Negroe's Ear was off as he had handled it with his fingers this Affiant also states that to the best of his recollection, he heard said Deft say that the upper part of her Back was like a blood blister Question by the Defendant did you hear said Deft State that her back was broke or any part of it as white as snow or Chalk Answer I do not recollect that I did Question by the same from the way this Deft spoke are you not convinced that you could have heard it had such Language been made use of Answer I think I could; not being more than six feet off him at the time Question by the same was the Deft's. testimony Lengthy Answer it was not Question by the same did I speak loud or Low Answer you spoke loud enough to be heard distinctly all over the house Question by the same had you ever any conversation with Andrew Bourland about the Deft's. testimony upon the said trail Answer i had and to the best of my recollection he said that Mr. McClintie never stated that the Negroe's Back was White as Snow or Chalk he also stated that such a Question came from the Bar if her Back was as white as a Cloth and I understood from his conversation that the Question aforesaid was put to William Dean and further this Affiant sayeth not

Wm. M. McClintie Subscribed and sworn to before William Sitlington a Justice of the Peace in and for the County of Bath this 25th Day of November 1811

W. Sitlington