Letters on the Report of the Chancery Commissioners

Letters on the Report of the Chancery Commissioners

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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. 1826 edition. Excerpt: ...of my accountant--Q. Had yon a carrier's receipt book? A. Yes.--Q. What is become of it? A. My man, Day, told me he had delivered it to the Commissioners, when he was summoned at the meeting.--Q. Where is the oblong clasp book? A. That I believe is with the other books, in the hands of my accountant.--Q. What is become of the invoices? A. They are pasted in a book, which is in the hands of the accountant.--Q. In whose care did you leave the ledger at Congleton? A. In my office with the others.--Q. Who had the care of the office? A. Mr. Thomas Power could get in.--Q. Did Mrs. Jackson take the ledger? A. She did not.--Q. Do you know where it is? A. I do not; there were no entries made in the ledger.--Q. Who i- your attorney? A. Mr. Isaacs.--Q. Has he advised you to keep back your books? A. No, he has not.--Q. Doeshis clerk attend you to-day to assist you in your examination? A. Yes; Mr. Isaacs, junior, his son and clerk, attends with me.--Q. Have you any balance sheet to produce of your partnership concerns? A. No, not now, because I understood from Mr. Isaacs it was not necessary, on account of tained opinions diametrically opposite upon the same commitment, the same difference may, the Chancellor's extension of order, and Mr. Montagu's opinion.--Q. In point of fact, have you not had a balance sheet of the partnership concern made out? A. I have partially.--Q. Where is it? A. In the accountant's hands.--Q. What packages did yon take, or order to be sent after you, when you left Congleton? A. None.--Q. Doyonknow George Griffith? A. No, I do not; I know Mr. Isaacs' clerks by sight, but not by name.--Q. Did any of your packages come to Carter, Allen, and Co. at Paddington City Road wharf? A. There were some packages sent from Congleton, but not...show more

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