Manuscripts/Mixed Material Bond for Costs in S. C. Davis & Company v. Strosnider, [Law papers].
- Bond for Costs in S. C. Davis & Company v. Strosnider, [Law papers].
- Contributor Names
- Lincoln, Abraham (Author)
- Created / Published
- Southern District of Illinois, November 26, 1859
- Subject Headings
- - Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- - Lincoln's law practice
- - Davis, Samuel C. (Lincoln's law practice)
- - Strosnider, Jacob (Lincoln's law practice)
- - Moody, Matthew (Lincoln's law practice)
- - Perkins, Nathan (Lincoln's law practice)
- - Tomlinson, Henry T. (Lincoln's law practice)
- - Manuscripts
- - legal case and case notes
- - United States -- Illinois
- legal case and case notes
- - Appears to be signed by Lincoln.
- - Summary: Strosnider gave S. C. Davis and Company a promissory note for $3,032.73. After Strosnider failed to pay, S. C. Davis and Co. retained Lincoln and Herndon and sued in an action of assumpsit and requested $5,000 in damages. Strosnider failed to appear, and the court ruled for S.C. Davis and Co. and awarded $3,669.59.
- 16.5 x 21 cm.
- Call Number
- Law Papers; Portfolio 3, no. 55
- Source Collection
- The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
- Rare Book And Special Collections Division
- Digital Id
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