The New Hampshire Reports Volume 11

The New Hampshire Reports Volume 11

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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. 1844 edition. Excerpt: ...that he had executed, or was about to execute, the mortgage. He admitted, that on or about November 7, 1829, he sold and disposed of part of his personal property, to the amount of about $190, and that Evans purchased, at the sale, to the amount of $44.27, and gave his note payable in six months, but he averred that he never consulted Evans in relation to the sale, nor did Evans advise to it; his sole motive being to raise money to pay small debts. He stated that being indebted to a considerable amount, he applied to several persons to purchase his farm, and among others to Evans, and finally sold to him November 16, 1829, bona fide, for $1200, for which Evans gave up three notes he held against him, secured by a mortgage of the farm, amounting to $54976, became responsible for $21525, due on another mortgage, and gave him two notes, one for $200, the other for $23499. He stated the consideration of said three notes, two of which were for money lent, the other, of $300, was to indemnify Evans and one Elisha Morrill for signing a note to the Claremont Bank, in which Evans and Elisha Morrill were his sureties, April 16, 1828, for $300--that the note to the Claremont Bank was paid by the plaintiff, from the avails of the property of J. E. Kelley, Jr., collected by the plaintiff for his benefit, and the note given up to him, August 25, 1829--that his note, of $300, to Evans, being secured by mortgage, and he expecting to want more money, it was agreed that Evans should retain that note, and give him his for the same sum, to be held until he should want money and Evans could raise it for him. He stated, further, that on said 16th of November, 1829, Evans held a note against him for $288, on which the attachment was founded, given for money...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 354g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236985427
  • 9781236985422