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BUTLER V. THOMSON, 92 U. S. 412 (1875)

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Butler v. Thomson, 92 U.S. 412 (1875)

Butler v. Thomson

92 U.S. 412


The following memorandum of a contract of sale signed by the agents of the purchaser and the seller, to-wit:

"New York, July 10, 1867"

"Sold for Messrs. Butler & Co., Boston, top Messrs. A. A. Thomson & Co., New York, seven hundred and five (705) packs first quality Russia sheet iron, to arrive at New York, at twelve and three-quarters (12 3/4) cents per pound, gold, cash, actual tare."

"Iron due about Sept. 1, '67."

"WHITE & HAZARD, Brokers"

-- binds both parties thereto.

Page 92 U. S. 413

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