THESE NOTES ARE TAKEN FROM BITS OF PAPER, LETTERS AND JOURNAL ENTRIES FOUND IN AN OLD CHEST BELONGING TO WILLIAM G. ROBBINS (1840-1919) THEY ARE THE PERSONAL PAPERS OF WILLIAM AND HIS SONS ELISHA, MERLE, WILLIE & ORA
Letter from Law Offices of Evert Mathis,
West Liberty, KY
January 23, 1910
Mr. William Robinson (Robbins)
My Dear Sir.
I am very anxious to get the suit which Sarah Doolin has against you tried this March Court which comes on the third Monday in March, and I suppose you understand that we will have to take some depositions before court if we get a trial. I would like to know who your witnesses are, and when you want to take the depositions. As I understand we will have to come out to your home to take these depositions, and I would like to do this sometimes in February. Mr. John Gray is Mrs. Doolin's attorney and he wants to set a time and take the depositions on both sides by agreement, so that we will not have to make but one trip out there, but if we can not all get together, then I am in favor of giving them notice and taking our depositions any way. This case has been dragging and I want to get it off.
Shall appreciate a prompt reply,
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