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1792. Fourth Term. [Tuesday] No 30.

But in a Quarto Book, of half sheets larger than this paper, sew’d through the middle, and mark’d or intitled “1791. [Saturday] April 16. Second Sittings Short Notes and Mem:
And 1792. Fourth Term.”
Mr. Shaw, Argued also, it was not proved Collysunker Mitter had possession of the Bond desired to be deliver’d up.
He also said that Fraud was never to be presumed: but that if the Fraud charged, was denied by the Answer it was necessary the Fraud should be proved by at least two Witnessses.