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Pursuant to Commission to us William Paage and Robert  
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Pursuant to Commission to us William Poage and Robert  
 
Gay Directing the taking of Depositions from the Judge of the
 
Gay Directing the taking of Depositions from the Judge of the
Chancery District Court holden in Stauton, and agreeable to
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Chancery District Court holden in Staunton, and agreeable to
a notice heretofore given we Meet at the house of William
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a Notice heretofore given we Met at the house of William
Paages in Bath County, we proceed to take the Deposition
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Poages in Bath County, we proceed to take the Deposition
of John Smith, which will be read in evidence in and injunction
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of John Smith, which will be Read in Evidence in an Injunction
now depending and undecided, in the Chancery District Court
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now Depending and undecided, in the Chancery District Court
holden in Staunton wherein John Boller is Plaintiff and
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holden in Staunton wherein John Bollar is Plaintiff and
William McClintie is Deffendant we proceed on the 25th
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William McClintick is Deffendant we proceed on the 25th
 
day of March  1812 to take the Deposition of John Smith who
 
day of March  1812 to take the Deposition of John Smith who
 
solemny affirms in the presence of Almighty God Deposeth and
 
solemny affirms in the presence of Almighty God Deposeth and
sayeth, that he was at the [n?]ovember court held for Bath
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Sayeth, that he was at the November court held for Bath
 
County in the year 1808 which was the court  that John
 
County in the year 1808 which was the court  that John
Bollar Les was tried for the Murder of a Negro woman the
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Bollar Ser was tried for the Murder of a Negro woman the
property of J Bollar, and he heard William McClintie examined
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property of sd Bollar, and he heard William McClintie Examined
as a witness in [?]tual, - Id Mcclintie stated that
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as a Witness in sd trial, - sd McClintie stated that
he was at the inquest held on Sd Negro he was standing
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he was at the Inquest held on sd Negro he was standing
 
near her, and thought he discovered by the looks of her ear
 
near her, and thought he discovered by the looks of her ear
that parts of it was off and to satisfy himself he went
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that parts of it was off - and to satisfy himself he went
close to her, and either raised the ear with his finger or
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close to her, and Either raised the Ear with his finger or
took the ear between his finger and thumb. I cannot be
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took the Ear between his finger and thumb. I cannot be
 
positive which of the ways, and that he believed that
 
positive which of the ways, and that he believed that
 
part of it was off - he likewise said that there was a
 
part of it was off - he likewise said that there was a
 
small cut or wound or her breast, which was of of a whitish
 
small cut or wound or her breast, which was of of a whitish
colour, which he afterward compared to a deer or does bag
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colour, which he afterward compared to a Deer or Does bag
but I understood it to be a does bag he meant.
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but I understood it to be a Does bag he meant.
Quest by the Defendant, Did I state while on sath that her
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Ques by the Deffendant, Did I state while on oath that her
back was broke or as white as snow or chalk. Answ
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back was broke or as white as snow or chalk. Ans'w
 
I heard nothing of her back being broke or as white as
 
I heard nothing of her back being broke or as white as
snow or chalk, Ques? by the same. did I give a lenghty evidence
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snow or chalk, Ques't by the same. Did I give a lenghty evidence
or not - Ans - I do not think it was lenghty, but very concise
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or not - Ans'w - I do not think it was lenghty, but very concise
Ques by the same, Do you recolloct of hearing James MccCutchen
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Ques't by the same, Do you Recollect of hearing James McCutchin
son in law of Bollars, examined on the trial  Answ. I heard
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son in law of Bollars, Examined on the trial  Ans'w. I heard
a McCutchen was was said to be Bollars son in law, Examined
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a McCutchin was was said to be Bollars son in law, Examined
Ques by the same, What did he say concerning the Negros
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Que's by the same, What did he say concerning the Negros
health. Answ He said  Mrs Mines told him that the Negro was
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health.   Ans'w He said  Mrs. Mines told him that the Negro was

Revision as of 21:52, 23 January 2022

Pursuant to Commission to us William Poage and Robert Gay Directing the taking of Depositions from the Judge of the Chancery District Court holden in Staunton, and agreeable to a Notice heretofore given we Met at the house of William Poages in Bath County, we proceed to take the Deposition of John Smith, which will be Read in Evidence in an Injunction now Depending and undecided, in the Chancery District Court holden in Staunton wherein John Bollar is Plaintiff and William McClintick is Deffendant we proceed on the 25th day of March 1812 to take the Deposition of John Smith who solemny affirms in the presence of Almighty God Deposeth and Sayeth, that he was at the November court held for Bath County in the year 1808 which was the court that John Bollar Ser was tried for the Murder of a Negro woman the property of sd Bollar, and he heard William McClintie Examined as a Witness in sd trial, - sd McClintie stated that he was at the Inquest held on sd Negro he was standing near her, and thought he discovered by the looks of her ear that parts of it was off - and to satisfy himself he went close to her, and Either raised the Ear with his finger or took the Ear between his finger and thumb. I cannot be positive which of the ways, and that he believed that part of it was off - he likewise said that there was a small cut or wound or her breast, which was of of a whitish colour, which he afterward compared to a Deer or Does bag but I understood it to be a Does bag he meant. Ques by the Deffendant, Did I state while on oath that her back was broke or as white as snow or chalk. Ans'w I heard nothing of her back being broke or as white as snow or chalk, Ques't by the same. Did I give a lenghty evidence or not - Ans'w - I do not think it was lenghty, but very concise Ques't by the same, Do you Recollect of hearing James McCutchin son in law of Bollars, Examined on the trial Ans'w. I heard a McCutchin was was said to be Bollars son in law, Examined Que's by the same, What did he say concerning the Negros health. Ans'w He said Mrs. Mines told him that the Negro was