Georgia Reports Volume 25

Georgia Reports Volume 25

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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. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...a short time after, he called on Linton & Co., tendered to them twen ty seven dollars and a halfin gold, and in the name of the plaintiff, demanded five barrels of flour, in pursuance ofsaid contract, which were refused; that the grade or class of flour specified in said agreement, advanced steadily, and was worth during the next succeeding winter, from seven and a halfto eight dollars per barrel. Martin Bridwell sworn, desposed that superfine flour, in the winter of l853--54, was worth from seven and a half to eight dollars per barrel. fldrian V. Laroch sworn, desposed, that in company with plaintiff, on the 31st January, I854 he called on defendant, and saw plaintiff tender to him five hundred and fifty dollars in gold, and heard him demand of the defendant the one hun dred barrels of flour, in pursuance of said written contract, which were refused by defendant. ' After hearing argument, the Superior Court overruled the decision of the City Court of Augusta, and ordered that the nonsuit should be set aside, and the case be reinstated, and submitted to the jury upon the proofs. To this decision of the Court, counsel for the said Samuel D. Linton & Co. filed his bill of exceptions, assigning the same as error. CLAIBORNE Susan, for plaintiff in error. I MILLERS & JACKSON, contra. By the Court.--LmvmrrN, J. delivering the opinion. The return to the certiorari shows, that on the 7th-day of September, 1853, a negotiation, for the sale and purchase of flour, was entered into by the parties, through their respective agents, which resulted in the delivery to the plaintiff, by the defendant, of the following note of sale: C. A. VVILLIAMS, To S. D. LINTON 81 CO. Dr. To 100 barrels Sup. Flour, at $5.50, --$550.00 to be delivered at...show more

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