Charles W. Doherty and Others, as Grantors of Charles Jones Against George W. Matsell, Jr., and Another

Charles W. Doherty and Others, as Grantors of Charles Jones Against George W. Matsell, Jr., and Another

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...extra for changing certain portions of it from cherry to mahogany; $122.50 of that has been paid; I filed a lien against these premises for the amount unpaid. Cross examination by Mr. Sutphen: Q. Where was the stair work done? A. In the City of Brooklyn. By Mr. Moody: Q. Was any objection made to the stair work by 290 the architect or by Mr. Gleason on account of it having been done in Brooklyn? A None that I ever heard of. Mr. Moody put in evidence certified copy of lien filed by Mr. Seckerson (Ex. No. 31). Mr. Buckley put in evidence certified copy of lien filed by Mr. Roome (Ex. No. 32). Plaintiff's counsel put in evidence notice of lien filed by Mr. Vought (Ex. No. 33). Defendants rest. Henry E. Stevens, called by plaintiff, testified: My firm is Allen & Stephens, and their business is lumber and timber; I knew the plaintiff; I know the house he built for Mr. Gleason; we furnished the beams and coarse lumber; I know about the beams on the first story. Q. Were those beams troubled with the dry rot? A. No, sir; I furnished the timber for the roof, white pine roofing; it was good of its kind, and the timber we furnished throughout in the building was good of its kind. 292 Alfred Beinhauer, recalled by plaintiff's counsel: Q. Look at these two knobs that have been produced here and state whether there is any difference in actual material in those knobs? A. No, sir; the only difference is that this one has a little higher polish; it has a higher polish now because it has not been in use; by the use of these knobs polish is worn off; that is the difference between these two knobs. By Mr. Sutphen: Q. What are these knobs made of? 293 They are made of the blood of the ox and saw dust; I have not made any of them; I know because I have seen these...show more

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  • Paperback | 294 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 16mm | 531g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236547381
  • 9781236547385