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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 12019
Date: 2 December 1878
Author: Charles Henry Walton[1]
Place: [London]
Recipient: Frederick Oetzmann & Son[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: MsDS


[stamp:] HER MAJESTY'S HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE / EXCHEQUER DIVISION / JUDGES CHAMBERS

Oetzmann & Sons v Whistler[3]

Order 17 Rule 1.

UPON HEARING THE SOLICITORS OR AGENTS ON BOTH SIDES AND UPON READING THE AFFIDAVIT OF C. J. Heyton[4] [sic]

I DO ORDER THAT THE PLAINTIFF BE AT LIBERTY TO SIGN FINAL JUDGMENT AGAINST THE DEFENDANT IN THIS ACTION FOR THE AMOUNT INDORSED ON THE WRIT OF SUMMONS AND INTEREST (IF ANY) AND COSTS TO BE TAXED; PURSUANT TO THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE ACTS 1873-5

C. H. Walton.

DATED THE 2nd DAY OF Decr 1878


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Notes:

1.  Charles Henry Walton
Charles Henry Walton (1835-1914), a Master at the High Court of Justice, Exchequer Division [more].

2.  Frederick Oetzmann & Son
Frederick Oetzmann & Son, pianoforte makers.

3.  Oetzmann & Sons 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, #12020, #12022, #12024, #13290.

4.  C. J. Heyton
A mis-spelling of Charles Isaac Hayton, clerk at Frederick Oetzmann and Co.