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proceed to take the Deposition of George Brindley after being
 
proceed to take the Deposition of George Brindley after being
 
duly sworn on the holy Evenjalist of almighty God Deposeth
 
duly sworn on the holy Evenjalist of almighty God Deposeth
and Sayeth that I was one of the jurors on the trial of William
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and Sayeth that I was one of the Jurors on the trial of William
McClintie and John Bollar Senr in a suit of Hander
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McClintie and John Bollar Senr in a suit of Slander
 
in the Superior court of Bath County in September 1811
 
in the Superior court of Bath County in September 1811
Qust by the Deffendant. Did you see John Bollard? Shaking
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Qust by the Deffendant. Did you see John Bollard Sr Shaking
hands with any of the Jury when this went out of court after being
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hands with any of the Jury when the went out of Court after being
[impermelled?] and the suit not divided, and what time of the
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impannelled, and the suit not Decided, and what time of the
.at trail Answ I did see him shaking hands with one
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trial Answ I Did see him shaking hands with one
of the jury, but I cannot recollect at what time of  the trial
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of the Jury, but I cannot Recollect at what time of  the trial
Ques by the same. Did he follow the jury out of the court house or
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Ques by the same. Did he follow the Jury out of the court house or
did his conduct appear to you that he wished to influance
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did his Conduct appear to you that he wished to Influance
the jury by his shaking with them, Answ I  am not certain
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the Jury by his shaking with them, Answ I  am not certain
whether he foll[ow?]ed the jury out of the court house or not,
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whether he followed the Jury out of the court house or not,
when I first seen him he was walking along side of the
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when I first Seen him he was walking along side of the
jury, and it was my impression that he wanted to influence
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Jury, and it was my Impression that he wanted to Influence
the jury, - by his shaking hands, and I likewise che[a?]ked
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the Jury, - by his Shaking hands, and I likewise Cheaked
the juryman I seen him shake hands with, and told him
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the Juryman I seen him shake hands with, and told him
 
he ought not to have done it, Ques by the same. Did  
 
he ought not to have done it, Ques by the same. Did  
I treat you or did you see me treat any of the jury from the
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I treat you, or did you see me treat any of the Jury from the
the the was impa[nnelled?] till the cause was decided, Answ
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time the was impannelled till the cause was Decided, Answ
You did not treat me, neither, did I see you treat any
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you did not treat me, neither, Did I see you treat any
of the jury until the cause was decided.
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of the Jury, untill the cause was Decided.
 
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page 3rd
page 3
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Ques by the same, Did I speak to you, or did you see me
Ques by the same, Did [I?] speak to you or did you see me
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speak to any of the Jury, from the time the jury impannelled
speak to any of the jury from the time the jury imp[pannelled?]
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until the Cause was Decided. Answ you Did not Speak to me
until the cause was decided. Answ you did not speak to me
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Neither did I see you speak to any of the Jury. Ques by the same
neither did I see you speak to any of the jury. Ques by the same
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what Distance Do you live from me, or had you any acquaintance
what distance do you live from me or had you any acquaintance
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with me untill after the trial, Answ I Do not know Where you
with me untill after the trail, Answ I do not know where you
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live, by the best Information it is about forty Miles. neither
live, by the best information it is about forty miles. neither
 
 
had I any acquaintance with you till after the trial
 
had I any acquaintance with you till after the trial
Ques by the same, was David Bird one of the jury, for the
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Ques by the same, was David Bird one of the Jury, for the
highest damages or for the lowest, Ques by the same. Did not
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highest Damages or for the lowest, Ans'w.  he was for the lowest
John Bollar Jur appear as active in the cause as John Bollar Serv
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however, he was on three for the lowest,  Ques by the same. Did not
Answ he appeared very officrous with the attorney like he was whispering
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John Bollar Junr appear as active in the cause as John Bollar Senr
I impresion that he was going about through the company
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Answ he appeared very officious with the attorney, like he was whispering
getting information concerning the suit and then coming, giving thee attorney information
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in time of the trial, as much as his father, it was my
given under my hand this 25th of March 1812  Geo, Bundley
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Impression that he was going about through the company
Sworn to before us
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getting information concerning the suit and then coming, giving thee attorney Information
Wm Paage
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Given under my hand this 25th of March 1812  Geo, Bundley
Robert Gay
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Sworn to before us Wm Poage  Robt Gay

Revision as of 23:11, 23 January 2022

page 2 Subject to Histeric fits, and that if Major Bollar whipped her, as she heard he whipped his Negros, that it would be apt to kill her,. Ques. by the same. Did he appear to get in a passion when Questioned by the attorney for the commonwealth, Ans'w I think he appeared a good Dale angry when Cross-Examined by the States attorney, and further sayeth not. Given under my hand this 25th March 1812 John Smith This was Solemny affirmed to before us Wm Poage Robert Gay

On the Same Day time and place as above mentioned we proceed to take the Deposition of George Brindley after being duly sworn on the holy Evenjalist of almighty God Deposeth and Sayeth that I was one of the Jurors on the trial of William McClintie and John Bollar Senr in a suit of Slander in the Superior court of Bath County in September 1811 Qust by the Deffendant. Did you see John Bollard Sr Shaking hands with any of the Jury when the went out of Court after being impannelled, and the suit not Decided, and what time of the trial Answ I Did see him shaking hands with one of the Jury, but I cannot Recollect at what time of the trial Ques by the same. Did he follow the Jury out of the court house or did his Conduct appear to you that he wished to Influance the Jury by his shaking with them, Answ I am not certain whether he followed the Jury out of the court house or not, when I first Seen him he was walking along side of the Jury, and it was my Impression that he wanted to Influence the Jury, - by his Shaking hands, and I likewise Cheaked the Juryman I seen him shake hands with, and told him he ought not to have done it, Ques by the same. Did I treat you, or did you see me treat any of the Jury from the time the was impannelled till the cause was Decided, Answ you did not treat me, neither, Did I see you treat any of the Jury, untill the cause was Decided. page 3rd Ques by the same, Did I speak to you, or did you see me speak to any of the Jury, from the time the jury impannelled until the Cause was Decided. Answ you Did not Speak to me Neither did I see you speak to any of the Jury. Ques by the same what Distance Do you live from me, or had you any acquaintance with me untill after the trial, Answ I Do not know Where you live, by the best Information it is about forty Miles. neither had I any acquaintance with you till after the trial Ques by the same, was David Bird one of the Jury, for the highest Damages or for the lowest, Ans'w. he was for the lowest however, he was on three for the lowest, Ques by the same. Did not John Bollar Junr appear as active in the cause as John Bollar Senr Answ he appeared very officious with the attorney, like he was whispering in time of the trial, as much as his father, it was my Impression that he was going about through the company getting information concerning the suit and then coming, giving thee attorney Information Given under my hand this 25th of March 1812 Geo, Bundley Sworn to before us Wm Poage Robt Gay