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Jordan, German v. Rosser, John, etc.: Chancery Cause, Campbell County (Part 19 of 24)

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diminution in that acct., as well as of the general loss, whilst Rosser's individual loss remain unchanged each Partner being liable to the other for one half of his individual loss. Roper's liability to Jordan is consequently reduced by $75. But reference to the statement reported it will appear that Jordan is credited in the expense acct: with $117.51/100 instead of $257.51/100 that the whole amt of partnership expenses is $2156.29/100, the general loss $647.31/100, and Jordan's individual loss $430.23/100, and the result shews a balance in Jordan's favour of $34.29/100 instead of $109.39/100. [Long?] has also instituted a joint action in this court suit remained on the issue docket until the Octr term 1852 when it was discontinued by order of the court, it may however be reinstated within one year from the date of the said order. But even if [Long?] should recover in this suit, and thereby establish his clam against the copartnership which does not seem to be very probable - it could not affect the result of this settlement; in that event each of the Partners would be liable for one half of such recovery; and no liability could thereby accrue from either Partner to the other, except for any excess which he might pay over and above his [illegible] of the Judgment - all which is respectfully submitted - Edwin R Page Comm'r Your comm'r has been diligently employed in this case at least 14 hours at 75 cts: an hour } $10.50 E.R.P.