Documents pertaining to the case of Mrs. E. D. Butler vs. Murphy & Wood, cause no. 103, 1879

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Documents relating to the suit of Mrs. E. D. Butler vs. Murphy & Wood include the commission to take depositions of J. M. Smith, the list of interrogatories prepared and agreed upon by the attorneys, and the certification of the transcript as submitted to the Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Texas and received by the District Clerk on December 11, 1879.

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3 documents, bound together at the top of the pages, folded, in an envelope 24 x 10 cm. 1 document is handwritten in ink on paper; 2 documents are handwritten in ink on printed forms.

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Reed, W. M. December 11, 1879.

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Documents relating to the suit of Mrs. E. D. Butler vs. Murphy & Wood include the commission to take depositions of J. M. Smith, the list of interrogatories prepared and agreed upon by the attorneys, and the certification of the transcript as submitted to the Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Texas and received by the District Clerk on December 11, 1879.

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3 documents, bound together at the top of the pages, folded, in an envelope 24 x 10 cm. 1 document is handwritten in ink on paper; 2 documents are handwritten in ink on printed forms.

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  • December 11, 1879

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  • October 22, 1878 - February 27, 1880

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Reed, W. M. Documents pertaining to the case of Mrs. E. D. Butler vs. Murphy & Wood, cause no. 103, 1879, legal document, December 11, 1879; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth35085/: accessed August 28, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Henderson County District Clerk's Office.