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Donahue v. Johnson

File contains: Affidavit of T. Donahue; Order of Court. The plaintiff is filing for a dissolution of the partnership between himself and the Defendant and for a final accounting and settlement of all affairs of the said co-partnership.

Eyck and Nelson v. Godwin and Others

File contains: Affidavit of J.D. Potter; Deposition of H.B. Morse; Notice of Trial; and Abstract. Plaintiffs are suing for 1,000 pounds from the Defendants on the amount of damage sustained by the Plaintiffs by reason of the Defendants unlawfully,...

Haskell v. Sharron and Hart

File contains: Injunction; Petition of C. Kerr; Affidavit of C. Kerr; Affidavit of H. Reynolds; (2) Order; and Bill of Complaint. The defendants are charged with wrongfully and fraudulently appropriating certain property, goods and chattels of the...

Newfelder v. Selleck and Rothwell

File contains: Bill of Complaint. The Plaintiff and the Defendants had formed a co-partnership in the city of San Francisco for the purpose of buying and selling grain and flour and other merchandise under the firm name of Russell and Co., which t...

Kerr v. Harris

File contains: Answer to Complaint. Harris takes defense to the action of C. Kerr and denies that he is indebted to the Plaintiff for $4,050. He further states that the said cattle in the argument mentioned, the subject matter, was falsely and fra...

Ghirardelli v. Selleck and Rothwell

File contains: Original Writ of Summons. Ghirardelli complains that the Defendants are indebted to him in the sum of 203 pounds, 2 shillings and 6 pence for debt and costs regarding a piece of property of the Plaintiffs' that had been used by...

Riviere v. Benoist

File contains: Deposition of Benoist; Bail Bond and Affidavit of J.D. Carroll; Bail Bond and Affidavit of Kaindler; invoice for interpreter services; Interrogatories; (2) Abstract; Appearance and Defense; Affidavit of Rivier; Judge's Order. T...

Fensier v. Davidson

File contains: Affidavit of L. Fensier; Affidavit of A. DeCosmos; Order of Court; Affidavit of Service; Writ ofSummons. The Defendant is indebted to the Plaintiff for the sum of 66 pounds, 13 shillings and four pence on an unpaid promissory note a...

Rowland v. Begin

File contains: Writ of Summons; Motion of Defendant; Affidavit of Defendant. Begin was arrested and held to bail in the above titled cause as a result of an Affidavit of Mr. W. Atkinson which stated that he believed that the Defendant was about to...

Duncan v. Selleck and Rothwell

File contains: Appearance and Defense; Original Writ. Plaintiff claims that the Defendants are indebted to him for 70 pounds, 12 shillings and 6 pence as the balance due on some lumber sold and delivered to them at their request.

Regarding Hamilton Anstruther

Anstruther carried out business as merchant and agent in a copartnershipwith W. Burnett Mactavish under the firm name of Anstruther & Company in Calcutta. Anstruther found himself facing insolvency due to his indebtedness and petitioned the co...

Regarding Melvin P. Elmore

Elmore had interest in a set of mining claims on Germanston Creek, known as the Enterprise Co., and sold and disposed of these for the good of his creditors. Includes notice from J.Lindsay, a chief constable, regarding Elmore’s estate, and copy of...

Regarding F.W. Quarles

Quarles was indebted to numerous creditors for various amounts. Includes declaration of proofs debt by J. Braverman; proofs of debt of J. Sehl, J. Ash (with exhibit “A,” invoice), H. Schults, and R. Fawcett; statement of accounts; promissory note;...

Regarding Ernest Muller

Muller was indebted to J. Murray for goods bargained and sold to him by Murray. R. Woods and C.E. Pooley were appointed to act as official assignees in the matter. Includes appointment of official assignees, petition for adjudication of bankruptcy...

Regarding Michael Cary

Cory was indebted to P. Fiterre and G. Webster for unpaid accounts with them. Includes proof of debt of Fiterre and Webster, messenger’s bill of costs, election of trade assignee, and summons.

Regarding Watson & Co.

Robert and George Watson were hotel keepers, farmers, and lumber merchants in Clinton. They did business as Watson & Co., and became unable to meet their engagements with their creditors and were adjudicated as bankrupt. Includes declaration o...

Bernard v. Smith

Smith had to defend the truth of his statements that he was not intending to leave Victoria, nor was it his intent to present himself as a person of any considerable assets. Includes affidavit of Smith.

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