Lawsuit against Boston Bottle Works to recover charges for Coal

[Newspaper]

Publication: Boston Daily Advertiser

Boston, MA, United States
vol. 124, no. 144, p. 4, col. 2


COURT CALENDAR.


SUPERIOR COURT - SUFFOLK, ss. - Dec. 16.

SECOND SESSION - ALDRICH, J.

No:2883. Shepard Robbins vs. Joseph L. Proctor. This action is to recover a balance of about $375 for coal alleged to have been sold and delivered to the defendant, carrying on business under the name of the Boston Bottle Works. The coal was purchased by Samuel Oakman, and the plaintiff contended that Oakman was the agent of the defendant, who was responsible as an undisclosed principal. The only question in the case was whether the defendant was responsible for the coal. Jury out.

W. E. L. Dillaway (J.L. Newton with him) for the plaintiff and S. C. Darling for the defendant.

In order, No. 3201.

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Keywords:Boston Bottle Works : Samuel Oakman
Researcher notes: 
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:June 2, 2008 by: David Wiecek;