The Case Of Anne And Isaac Scott; Bankrupts, Late Merchants And Dry-Salters. By Mrs. Scott
Author: Mrs. Anne Scott
Publisher: General Books LLC
Number of Pages: 32
List price: $14.14
Book Description: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1768. Excerpt: ... ’i 3’v f Your raost.’obedient SejvaritS,. ’-: HA.NSGN, CLARK» atid.Ct They likewise found out the Bargeman, whof$ Name is Hbafe who had removed the Goods from the Mill at Hampton-Wick, to Hanson and Co9. Warehouse, by. their Order; he told them the Quantity, at least, was 28 Tons, that be was paid by: them Five Guineas for the Carriage, and that they had their own Men from London to load’ the Barge. ’.. 1, They were informed by one Mr Taylor, a Grocer, that he was employed by Mx. Hanson to carry the. Goods from the M’U to the Water-Side, and that he thought there were above fifty Castes.,,At last the Day came when the Assignees were to’ extricate themselves from all Suspicion, most of the Creditors attended at this Meeting, Mr. Scott’s Brother George, among the rest, being a Creditor of near ThreeThoufarid PoundSjfor Money lent theTrade,and who was very proper to have been at the Meeting, as he was the only Person that was thoroughly acquainted with the Matter; this the Assignetft Were very sensible of, therefore it was highly necessary, if possible, to keep him out, as they apprehended he would be the only Evidence; against them, as they knew that Mr. Isaac Scott could not be there. Therefore instead of entering upon the Business of the Wic they began to entertain the Creditors, with reading over a long Examination, taken before the Commissioners Nine Months before, which Mr. Ellis pretended to say was Mr. George Scott’s, though he had never signed it; or if he had, could it have been at allMaterial to be read to the Creditors, any further than to pass the Time away? Mr. George Scott came in while ir. was reading, and objected to its being read, as it had not bec.n signed by him, and might not be what he had declared before the Cotiimissioners; u...
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