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the Plf to read it, there is an end of of the Count on a promisy note, and the Plf ought to be nonsuited. For there is not evidence to support any other Count in the plaint. He then observes on the testimony of Bridjukissor Muckerji (No. 3) who is the only Wts that pretends to have seen any money pd to Mr. Pye. And having, as he conceived, shewn the insufficiency of that deposition: - he proceeded to make some observations on that of Ramjei Dut who says he was present when the sum of 4000 R was demanded by Ramchern Sercar from Mr. Pye, on account of the Plf, and Mr. Pye told Sumbhu Chowdri to settle with the plf and pay him.