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Reports of cases argued and decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Texas Volume 18
by:Texas. Supreme Court
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. 1858 Excerpt: ...of wagons; one was built, and the workman left before completing the other. Defendant was indebted to witness at the time of the hauling spoken of...
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. 1858 Excerpt: ...of wagons; one was built, and the workman left before completing the other. Defendant was indebted to witness at the time of the hauling spoken of and witness credited Baylor's account with the price for the hauling; but there was no understanding between witness and defendant, that such should be done at the time of the hauling. Abel Howington, for plaintiff, stated that he was well acquainted with defendant; had lived within a few miles of him Haynie v. Baylor. for a number of years. Defendant was but a small farmer; had but one field hand, a negro woman. Several years ago, defendant had been engaged in the wagoning business to and from the towns on the coast, but about 1851 or 1852, defendant told him he had sold out his wagons. In 1853 or 1854, defendant informed witness that he was going into the wagoning business again, and would run several wagons; that defendant had employed a man to make him two or three wagons. Defendant had a negro named Armstead, a trusty negro and a good wagoner; that he did not know of defendant's hauling for several years before the time of his going to Texana, when his wagon was burned. John Rosenfield, for pltff., stated that he had been a dry goods retail merchant for several years prior and up to the summer of 1855, in the town of LaGrange. Defendant applied to witness in the Fall of 1853, to engage hauling to and from the forwarding towns on the coast; but having none to engage, did not employ defendant. Prior to this suit defendant had been engaged in hauling by wagon for other persons, but witness could not specify any instances that occurred. John G. Izzard, for plaintiff, testified that he was well acquainted with defendant; had known him for.many years; witness was an old resident of the county; had wagoned a good d...
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