A Statement of Facts Humbly and Respectfully Submitted to the Consideration of His Majesty, His Majesty's Ministers, and Both Houses of Parliament

A Statement of Facts Humbly and Respectfully Submitted to the Consideration of His Majesty, His Majesty's Ministers, and Both Houses of Parliament

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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. 1833 edition. Excerpt: ...did not come, there would no doubt be a letter from him, which would answer the same purpose.. On the 12th, Mr. Lock informed me, through Mr. Garrod, that he had an interview with Mr. Hatfeild and Mr. Brunton; that every thing had been agreed to; that the document would be signed in the course of the day, and there was not the slightest objection to the terms. On the 12th, Mr. Lock wrote, " I have, I believe, at length got something like a decision, and will call on you to-morrow, as soon after twelve as I can." On the-14th, a new proposition was made, viz.: to leave out the arbitration clause, for the settlement of past rents and differences, and some other slight alterations, all of which I agreed to. And, after Mr; Lock left me, I wrote to my solicitor, requesting his attendance at Messrs. Alliston and Co. at 10 o'clock the next morning, to finally settle, the agreements, informing. him the memorandum in Mr. Lock's bands was to be the guide, with the exception of the arbitration clause, which was to be expunged; also reminding him that the agreements and memorandums were to be without prejudice to my rights and claims, and rents due up tothis period. '. On the 14th, my solicitor wrote me word he had seen Mr. Lock, by whom he had been informed that the alterations. required by Mr. Hatfeild and Mr. Chapman (and which had been under arrangement in various forms for sometime past) were now understood and agreed between themselves. Mr. Lock promising to alter the agreements accordingly. Considering the matter now as finally settled, I sent' two friendsto Mr. Hatfeild and Mr. Brunton, to request their aid in completing the amount of bail required, being already prepared with more than half.1 This I had been led...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236804732
  • 9781236804730