Documents associated with: Dod and Longstaffe
Record 4 of 14
System Number: 13290
Date: 21 November 1878
Author: Dod & Longstaffe
Recipient: Theodore Frederick Allingham
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: MsDS
In the High C[our]t of Justice
Oetzmann v Whistler
Affidavit in support of summons for Judgment
55 Old Broad Street.
Dod & Longstaffe
16 Berners St
[p. 2] In the High Court of Justice
1878. O. No. 166
Between Frederick Oetzmann & Sons
James M. Whistler
I Charles Isaac Hayton of 38 Conduit Street, Bond Street, in the County of Middlesex Clerk to the above named Plaintiffs - make oath and say as follows: -
1. This Action is brought upon a Writ specially endorsed to recover the sum of £23. 13. 3 for the hire of Pianos let on hire by the Plaintiffs to the Defendant and the tuning thereof and carriage paid by the Plaintiffs for the Defendant at his request between the 28th June 1875 and 3rd May 1877 in which said sum the Defendant was at the commencement of this Action and still is justly and truly indebted to the Plaintiffs
2. In my Judgment and belief the Defendant has no defence to the Action on the merits.
3. I have made many applications to the Defendant for payment of the Plaintiffs said demand and the Defendant has repeatedly promised to pay the same and has never at any time disputed the correctness of the Plaintiffs account. -
4. I am a person in the employ of the Plaintiffs and am duly authorized by them to make this Affidavit and the above [p. 3] facts are all within my own knowledge true. -
SWORN AT NO. 82 St. Martins Lane IN THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX
THIS 21 DAY OF November 1878
Christ[ophe]r. R. Cuff
A COMMISSIONER TO ADMINISTER OATHS IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
C. I. Hayton
1. Dod & Longstaffe
Solicitor for Frederick Oetzmann & Son and the London Association for the Protection of Trade.
This may have part of a numerical sequence assigned by James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more], to JW's legal papers in connection with his bankruptcy. Written in upper right-hand corner of sheet.
4. Oetzmann v Whistler
A writ setting out JW's debts to Oetzmann was filed by Dod and Longstaffe on 1 November 1878 (see #12025). See also further documents relating to this case, #12019, #12020, #12022, #12024.
5. Charles Isaac Hayton
Charles Isaac Hayton, clerk at Frederick Oetzmann and Co.