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Depo'n of James J. Mayers contd.  13
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Depo'n of James J. Mayers cont'd.  13     Answ'r. I consider this last question equally improper but as general Blackburn insists on it, I will answer it likewise - I do not know whether I understand what you mean by an incidental or eventual fee - If it is meant a fee that depends on the event of the suit or what is generally called a contingent fee - I answer that I have no reason to expect any such as no contract or agreement has been made between myself & the deft. respecting such a fee nor has he ever promised me such a feeI have received no fee in this case as yet, but I expect the sum of $20- will be paid me but this by no means depends on the event of the suit - nor is any time stipulated when that is to be paid
Answ. I consider this last question equally
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No other questions being asked this deponent further sayeth not-  James J. Mayers
improper but as general
 
Blackburn insists on it, I will
 
answer it likewise - I do not know
 
whether I understand what you mean
 
by an incidental or eventual fee
 
If it is meant a fee that depends on
 
the event of the suit or what is generally
 
called a contingent fee - I
 
answer that I have no reason to
 
expect any such or no contract or
 
agreement has been made between
 
myself & the dept respecting such a fee nor
 
has he ever promised me such a fee
 
I have received no fee in this case
 
as yet, but I expect the sum of $20
 
but this by no means depends on the
 
event of the suit - nor is any time
 
stipulated when that is to be paid
 
  
No other questions being asked this
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Augusta County to wit, The foregoing deposition was sworn to and subscribed before us justices of the peace for the country aforesaid - the plaintiff being present by his counsel & the defendant in his proper person Given under our hands the 20th day of March 1822    Alex'r McClair  John C Sowers
deponent further sayeth not-
 
James J. Mayers
 
 
 
Augusta County to wit,
 
The foregoing deposition was sworn to
 
and subscribed before us justices of the
 
peace for the country aforesaid - the
 
plaintiff being present by his coun
 
and the defendant in his proper person
 
Given under our hands the 2 [ot?]
 
day of March 1872
 
Alex [MC?]Clair
 
John C Sower
 

Revision as of 21:37, 23 January 2022

Depo'n of James J. Mayers cont'd. 13 Answ'r. I consider this last question equally improper but as general Blackburn insists on it, I will answer it likewise - I do not know whether I understand what you mean by an incidental or eventual fee - If it is meant a fee that depends on the event of the suit or what is generally called a contingent fee - I answer that I have no reason to expect any such as no contract or agreement has been made between myself & the deft. respecting such a fee nor has he ever promised me such a fee. I have received no fee in this case as yet, but I expect the sum of $20- will be paid me but this by no means depends on the event of the suit - nor is any time stipulated when that is to be paid No other questions being asked this deponent further sayeth not- James J. Mayers

Augusta County to wit, The foregoing deposition was sworn to and subscribed before us justices of the peace for the country aforesaid - the plaintiff being present by his counsel & the defendant in his proper person - Given under our hands the 20th day of March 1822 Alex'r McClair John C Sowers