passion is not tbe result of a former provocation, and the act must be directly caused by the passion arising out of the provocation at the time of the homicide. It is not enough that the mind is agitated by passion arising from a former or other provocation or a provocation given by some other person. Stell v. State (Tex. Cr. App.) 5S S. W. 75. And see Farrar v. State, 2!) Tex. App. 250, 15 S. W. 710; Violett v. Comm. (Ky.) 72 S. V. 1; State v. Cheatwood, 2 Ilill, Law (S. C.) 402.

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