New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division---First Department

New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division---First Department

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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. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...that I permitted him to answer. By Mr. Loftus: Well, I forget all the minor details, but I know all that occurred between me and Mr. Clark was over money matters that I got through, a discrepancy in my envelope, he told me that I was to get so much--I don't remember just what it was--and I did not get it. That is what I got through for. I talked to him on that subject. He said that it was the best he could do. I spoke to him about the discrepancy in my envelope. I went to Clark and asked him why I did not get it, and that is the reason why I got through. That is all the answer I could get. I never saw the books. I left the Telegram before Clark. I left for that one thing, on account of that; on account of having trouble about the money; and he was there then. He got through some time after I did. I don't remember just when. He didn't stay there very long, I don't think. I met Mr. Clark on the street one day after he left the Telegram. I asked him if he got through and he said yes. 130 Q-What did that mean? Mr Bartlett.--I object. The Court.--No, no; not what he meant. By Mr Loftus: It was then that I brought up money matters with him and he said it was probably through other people, that he got through, my father and myself. My father left at the time I did. Nothing else was said. Mr Loftus.--"Well, that is all. 131 Cross-examination by Mr. Bartlett: I live in the Blake in Providence. That is a hotel, at No. 352 Weybosset Street, in Providence. I am working now on the Journal in Providence. Representatives of Number Six came on there looking for me, but I don't know their names. Mr. Sherlock did not come on looking for me. They brought me on; they were up there looking for information. It was about nine or ten years ago that I went...
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  • Paperback | 258 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236922271
  • 9781236922274