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even want for the necessaries of life, for he knew he held in his hands her only means of support, or to avail himself of the further use of her property and money, and in all probability appropriate to his own use, her whole amt of money and property without intending ever to pay to her one dollar, or deliver her Bonds and other property, without causing her to be involved in a long expensive and vexatious chancery suit and even them might during its pendancy cause her negroes to be sold and dispose of her funds, without ever accounting to her for the same. Under any other view, which your Oratrix can take it would seem to her that he should have been prompted by gratitude to facilitate her in her purchase - after her manifold acts of Kindness to him, after in truth as your Oratrix solemnly declares - and which is known to every Neighbour - fed him from her table for years, and made him presents to a large amt: among other articles a Costly Bed and Bed stead formerly the property of her ancestors. Your Oratrix further states that from the year 1846 to the 12th March 1850, she had the most unbounded confidence in the said Critcher, and that no person, up to that time ever said or done any thing in her presence to impair that confidence. That she signed any and all papers, the said Critcher ever brought to her to sign, without Knowing what they Contained and he the said Critcher would often tell her he "Knew she did not understand the papers, but it was necessary she should sign such, as he desired" Your Oratrix solemnly declares, that she never did examine any of the a/cs of said Critcher, or get any person else