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Johnson vs Victor
 
Johnson vs Victor
The defendant Bibb is regarded by his counsel as a purchaser for a valuable consideration actually paid. The person under whom Mr Bibb claims (P. P. Barbour) had a continued and uninterrupted possession of more than four years - which possession was adverse to the title of the trustees.  It is supposed that this possession, whatever might have been the deficit with the title originally purchased by Barbour, would give to a purchase from him a good title.  But Barbour's title as a purchaser from Jurnan was good.  It is proved by Richard Johnson. that John Victor gave the slave Peggy to Charles S Johnson upon his intermarriage with his daughter.  This witness not only [from?] the gift at the time of the marriage, but he [illegible] repeated declarations from John Victor thereafter to the same effect - Johnson therefore had a
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The defendant Bibb is regarded by his counsel as a purchaser for a valuable consideration actually paid. The person under whom Mr Bibb claims, P. P. Barbour, had a continued and uninterrupted possession of more than four years - which possession was adverse to the title of the trustees.  It is supposed that this possession, whatever might have been the deficit with the title originally purchased by Barbour, would give to a purchase from him a good title.  But Barbour's title as a purchaser from Jurnan was good.  It is proved by Richard Johnson. that John Victor gave the slave Peggy to Charles S Johnson upon his intermarriage with his daughter.  This witness not only proves the gift at the time of the marriage, but he proves repeated declarations from John Victor thereafter to the same effect - Johnson therefore had a

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Johnson vs Victor The defendant Bibb is regarded by his counsel as a purchaser for a valuable consideration actually paid. The person under whom Mr Bibb claims, P. P. Barbour, had a continued and uninterrupted possession of more than four years - which possession was adverse to the title of the trustees. It is supposed that this possession, whatever might have been the deficit with the title originally purchased by Barbour, would give to a purchase from him a good title. But Barbour's title as a purchaser from Jurnan was good. It is proved by Richard Johnson. that John Victor gave the slave Peggy to Charles S Johnson upon his intermarriage with his daughter. This witness not only proves the gift at the time of the marriage, but he proves repeated declarations from John Victor thereafter to the same effect - Johnson therefore had a