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System Number: 12118
Date: 31 March 1873
Author: H. S. Keating[1]
Place: [London]
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: PD/Ms


[stamp in roundel:] JUDGES CHAMBERS / CP

[stamp:] TWO SHILLINGS / COMMON LAW COURT
[rubber stamp:] COMMON COURT / [JUDGES CHAMBERS?]

[written on left:] Marks[2].
Extrs &c [i.e. executors]
v
Whistler

[written on right:] UPON HEARING THE ATTORNIES OR AGENTS ON BOTH SIDES AND BY CONSENT I DO ORDER THAT THE DEFENDANT SHALL HAVE seven days TIME TO PLEAD PLEADING ISSUABLY REJOINING GRATIS AND TAKING SHORT NOTICE OF TRIAL IF NECESSARY FOR the 1st sitting in the ensuing [term?]

DATED THE 31st DAY OF March 1873

H. S. Keating


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Notes:

1.  H. S. Keating
Hon. Sir Henry Singer Keating (1804-1888), QC, MP, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas [more]. This document must have been passed to James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more], and came with JW's papers to the Library of Congress.

2.   Marks
Fanny Marks (Mrs Edward Mansfield Marks), executrix of W. R. S. Markwell. The case was brought for payments of debts to William Robert S. Markwell, patron [more]. It is one of a series of documents concerning the debt (#12147, #12151, #12118, #12128), which was settled on 7 August 1873 (#11972).