Case on Appeal from Final Judgment

Case on Appeal from Final Judgment

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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. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...the bedclothes on this August day. I never sleep under the bedclothes in hot weather. They were m.t tucked under the bed. They were on top of the bed. They were not thrown down, not to my knowledge. I most assuredly had slept outside of the coverlet, a hot day in August. Q. What was the condition which you described yesterday to Mr. Hymes. about the bed being mussed and the girl not coming in to fix it? A. I meant I had been sleeping on the bed. 1 most emphatically 1080 had been actually sleeping on the bed, and I can prove that I slept every afternoon at that time, and 1 slept outside of the coverlet. I don't know what kind of a coverlet I had. I have the same there now. I did not take off my clothes when I went to sleep in the afternoon. I slept just as I am. I generally take off my coat and vest. I am a heavy man. When I lie on the bed. I judge it is quite apparent, when I arise that 1 have lain on the bed. Not so very apparent, because, because the mattress is pretty solid and there is not much indentation in the bed. even from a heavy man. This bed on that day. as the resuk of my sleeping, was mussed, I judge. It is very cum-1081 m' n; it always looks that way in the evening when I get off of it. And when Mrs. Mattison went to sit; n that bed. she sat on thait mnssed bed, I judge. Ami when the detectives came, I judge the bed was still mnssed. I didn't straighten it ont. I never paid any attention; I don't remember whether I did or nttf. I don't remember whether she straightened it out. She Sat on the side of the bed, on the edge. I don't know whether her feet were touching the floor or not. I don't remember whether she was sitting up straight. I don't remember anything except what took place when she came in the door and when I got...show more

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  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 367g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236872053
  • 9781236872050