h male and female — who appeared to testify in the case.--The witnesses of the previous day were called, and the following testimony was elicited for the Commonwealth:
Mrs. Delilah Sales testified that she had been acquainted with Mrs. Ould between six and seven years, and had always found her to be a lady.
She lived with her for nine months. Her husband and mine had occasional words together; but with that exception we got along very well.
In the year 1860, she and Mr. Ould left for Danville, and returned in 1861.--Stayed with me two weeks, and then commenced housekeeping in Sidney.
I visited her, and was there introduced to Meade.
She sold out with the intention of going to the North, but gave up the idea, and went to board with Mrs. Minter, on Third street, where I visited her. Afterwards she bought a place on Foushee street, and commenced keeping a boarding house.
She sold out, and went to live with Mrs. Willett; continuing all the time to visit my house.
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