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t; but afterwards agreeable feelings prevailed between them. Mr. Thos. W. McMahon was then called to the stand to testify as to the handwriting of Mr. --, the man who Mrs. Allan alleged had given her servant the letter in the market to be sent North. Mr. McM., after looking at the writing closely, answered that he did not think Mr. -- could have written it. He was familiar with his writing; it was of a "sprawling and unstylish character," while the chirography of the letter signed "Santa Trinita," (the letter which has caused so much trouble,) was of a regular and very neat style. He did not think the diction of Mr. --'s letters as good as that of the one shown him. Saw no resemblance whatever between the handwriting, but would not swear the letter was not his writing. Did not consider himself an expert about such matters. Rev. J. B. Dudley, of Goochland, said he had known Mrs. Allan for four years; had stopped at her house several times; had conversed with her frequently