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Contested Election Case of George McLean V. Charles C. Bowman: From the ...
George R. McLean,Charles Calvin Bowman
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amount answer appear asked ballot bank behalf believe borough boss Bowman brother called campaign candidate chairman charge Coal Commissioner contestant counsel court Davis Democratic deposited didn't district don't know duly election employed examination expenses fact filed follows gave George give given hand hear heard interests James JENKINS John Jonathan Jones judge knew LENAHAN liquor live look Luzerne marked matter McLean mean meeting morning never notice November Objected October paid Party Pittston political poll position Prohibition question reason recall receipt received recollect record reference remember Republican returns sent signed spent stub sure sworn taken talk tell testified testimony that?-A there?-A thing Thomas ticket told took Township vote voters ward watchers Wilkes-Barre witness
Página 491 - ... for a rule to show cause why a new trial should not be granted...
Página 668 - States," as the same remains on file in this office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the secretary's office to be affixed, the day and year above written.
Página 220 - Q. What did you say to him ? A. I told him that I could not do it, for I did not know whether they were valuable for timber land or not. Q. What do you know about the lands that you did not get, since the time that you applied for your patent.
Página 311 - I saw him. Q. How was he then, was he sick or not? — A. He told me that he was not feeling very well; that he was hungry, having nothing but rice to eat. Q. What did you say to him? — A. I told him to never mind; that we would soon be at Twin Peaks, and it would be all right. Q. Then you went to the head of the column and saw him no more? — A. Yes. Q. State exactly, as near...
Página 667 - Friday, three of the abovenamed plaintiffs and agents in this behalf for the other plaintiffs, being duly sworn according to law, say that the facts set forth in the foregoing are true and correct to the best of their knowledge and belief.
Página 21 - The testimony to be taken by either party to the contest shall be confined to the proof or disproof of the facts alleged or denied in the notice and answer mentioned in sections one hundred and five and one hundred and six.
Página 491 - Cooper, rule granted upon plaintiff to show cause why the inquisition In the above case should not be set aside, and a new trial had.
Página 667 - AD 190 who being duly sworn, according to law, depose and say that the statements contained in the foregoing instrument are true. Sworn and subscribed before me, the day and year aforesaid (Seal) (Endorsed on Certificate.) 3.