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to them and have them forwarded as soon as possible. I am much gratified to hear that the work is progressing satisfactory.
When Huntley's case against me for a balance of wages came on for hearing, I was astonished to see Cottree ready as a witness for him, and also to find Sanders had written a letter stating no time had been lost by sickness - as I considered the claim he made for a days wages unjust (the day he returned on his own accord) I was prepared to defend the case upon principle and paid into Court 13/ which was justly one to him, but refused when tendered in settling his A/c. - to say the least of Sanders in thus taking such a step not very creditible I conceive in opposition