Seale 1722 J. Seale—-Memo on The Newman Case

Seale 1722 J. Seale—-Memo on The Newman Case
Seale Family Papers       1805        19thC
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Seale Family Papers:Correspondence to and from members of Seale family of Mount Boone, Hayne family and associates (transcripts) also other material related to Seale and Hayne families c.1650-1812. Property of Seale family, used with permission. Hayne family correspondence purchased by Ray Freeman, now property of Seale family, used with permission.
DHRG No:101883
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13 June 1805 not before Mr. Hoskin gave JS the surrender of the Lease? ? Date of Writ. ? What former defect made them relinquish the action & agree to Arbitration (1)Not true that J S. agreed to leave settlement of the Valuation to Langmead & Rowe. (2) Their valuation included lime & stone already paid for (3) Premises not delivered up to J.S.the Newmman brothers kept the Counting House locked. (4) One of the ships taken to pieces & still unfinished in Newman's Yard contrary to the agreement. (5) £82-15-6 offered by J.S. - J.Efford builder valued it at only £76 -0-0 (6) J.S offered to leave it to arbitration, they commenced a new suit. (7) They could not by right contend for £114 as they had since offered it for £100 (8) Mr. Goodridge, an assignee did not give his assent to the new action. (9) The material of the slips to be left entire and not charged to JS but they were included in the valuation. They argued that they were timber slips & not for launching ships -- ? Would plea allow the rent for the period to 1 July. --Mr. Bailey 4 July 1804 advised JS to plead the General Issue in which the whole of his case might be given Mr. Hoskin's estimate £82-14-5