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 - 11th. From the Brooklyn Union Couit record of...
11th. From the Brooklyn Union Couit record of the 1st, we copy the following following interesting item : . . Henry Morford vs. John E. Owen 4. Mr. Henry Suell, counsel for defendant.' asked tbe arrest of the plaintift for .contempt .contempt of court for failing to appear and testily preliminiary to the trial which is on the calendar for next Monday. Judge Birdseye, counsel for plaintiff, read a:i affidavit from his o'ient pleading sickness sickness as a non notification. Mr. Saell opposed the affidavit as being false, au - 1 asked that Morford be forced to comply with the order of the court. Jadae Reynolds Reynolds decided to give Morford another chance, and appointed next Saturday, for his examination. This is a suit brought by Mr. Morford for $1000 as pay for a play called "Chevalier Paul," which he alleees ha wrote to order for TAt. Owens. Mr. Owens, in defense, denies denies having made any contract totltst effect. Mr. C W - Tajleure. Mr Owen's agent, admits the existence of the manuscript, but says it was not suitable. suitable. He never gave it to his principal (

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 18 Apr 1875, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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