Preston and Others v. George W. Coons, Administrator of the Estate of Milton Duty, et al.
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could be collected, except perhaps
owing by a few persons who has failed
said AndersonAnderson informed affiant that
he thought said Duty was owing no
debts in Mississipi when he died.
Affiant further states that he believes
he can prove by the testimony of said
Sessions and said Andersons, as well
as by the testimony of other witnesses
whose evidence he will be able to
procure by the next term of this
Honorable Court, that the portion
of said Geo. W. Coons' answer before
mentioned is not true, and that
said Mississipi debts might have
been collected had proper exertions
been used, and might probably
now be collected, or the greater part
thereof might; that the affiant
has not been able to procure
such testimony since the coming
in of said Coons' answer, but
that his counsel in this case is
now on a trip to the South for
the purpose of procuring that and
other evidence to be used on the
trial of this cause, and furthermore
this affiant saith not

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