sions were to pipled over by the expostion of Mr. Byrd.
Although "Key" says that he has no intentioach not lightly my veracity.
I pass over Mr. Byrd's "failure to award the use of the Church tomy "premises doubtful?" If the testimony of Abraham Byrd, Esquire be true, premises were not only debruary last, and that he distinct understood Mr. Byrd to say that he had objections whatever to Faservice, and that was alone on the assent of Major Byrd that he had published the said appointment id me, in the presence of Col. Van-Pelt, that Major Byrd did promise the use of the Church to the Catholics for the 9th Feb; that he (Byrd) could not deny it, and that it will by the assent of Major ByMajor Byrd that he (Wortman) published in the Rockingham Register that Father Bixio would preach in the Luth Lutheran Church, on the 9th Feb. Also, that Major Byrd wrote and signed with his own pen the certifhe not been expressly authorized to do so by Major Byrd himself. [Signed] John McQuside. "Attest:[4 more...]