Reports of Cases Determined by the Supreme Court in Equity of New Brunswick Volume 3

Reports of Cases Determined by the Supreme Court in Equity of New Brunswick Volume 3

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ... A. Well, he did. "Q. What did he tell her? A. I think Mrs. Sears told 1906. Mr. Wood first that she had the Albert County property; Sagas said her father gave her that, and if they would let her Hwics. alone she would take it and go home contented; or some-Barker, Jthing to that. _ " Q. Vhether she said that first or at a later stage, she said it? A. She said it. I don't know that she said it right at that time. ' " Q. Is your recollection clear as to what was said first and last, as to the order in which things were said? A_ Well, I don't know that I am. ' "Q. Did Mr. Wood, on that occasion, say that the estate was heavily in debt or intimate it was heavily in debt and there would be very little for the heirs! A. No, sir. "Q. On that occasion do you recollect that was not said? A. No, sir, he never. " Q. Was anything said about the value of the estate? A. No, sir, nothing. " Nor there being a small amount for the heirs? A. No, sir, none. ' "Q. On that occasion was reference made to this contract with Read? A. Well, he said that the contract--he spoke about the contract. I think that the boys had to sell the lumber as Read was wanting it and very anxious for it, and it had to be carried out; but he didn't say that it was going to. " Q: Did he say it was going to involve the estate in costs or anything like that.1 A. I know Mr. Wood said no such a thing as that. "Q. Was the contract there before you at any time? A. That day? Well, Inever saw it. I never saw the contract that day. " Well, Mrs. Sears says that when you and Senator Wood and she were in the room alone that the contract was on the table, and she went to look at it and you prevented her; is that...show more

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  • Paperback | 196 pages
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236755219
  • 9781236755216