In the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court

In the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...of Mr. Loew ami would cheerfully do anything that he could to accommodate him and that at this time he saw no reason to suppose that it would not be as convenient to pay on the 4th as the 1 lth. The probabilities are therefore that the matter can be adjusted at the earlier date. Yours respectfully, 279 E. T. Lovatt. W. H. H. E. Law Office of Edward T. Lovatt. Tarrytoavn, N. Y., June 7th, 1892. Mackey Vs. M. B. L. A. (Dictated by E.) Hon. A. J. DiTTENHOEFER, 96 Broadway, N. Y. City, Your letter to me and one to Mr. Ely enclosing a copy of a letter from Mr. Loew have been received. 280 it is not a fact that Mr. Ely promised Mr. Loew that the matter should he settled on the 4th of June, nor did Mr. Whiton promise to pay on the 4th of June. You wanted the settlement to take place on that day and wanted the stipulation altered to that effect--that Mr. Ely positively declined to do, hut stated to you and to Mr. Loew over the telephone that if the Association had the money on the 4th of June and it was convenient for them to pay on that day, that they would try and accommodate Mr. Loew and pay him on that day. Subsequent to that conversation, Mr. Ely saw Mr. Whiton and afterwards wrote to you that Mr. Whiton would endeavor to pay on the 4th of June to accommodate Mr. Loew. This 281 was the most that was ever said. I will see Mr. Whiton to day and see if the matter can he adjusted. There has been no failure on our part to keep the agreement. The original agreement was made for the 11th and there was no promise that there should be an earlier payment unless the Ass'n. had the money on hand and it was perfectly convenient for them to pay. Yours respectfully, E. T. Lovatt. Executive Committee. 282 New York, June tfth, 1892. Pursuant to call more

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  • United States
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