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Excerpt from The Farmer's Magazine, 1809, Vol. 10: A Periodical Work, Exclusively Devoted to Agriculture and Rural Affairs
Having considered this memorial, that for the pursuer, and whole process, finds, That the defender sold two hundred weight of seed to the pursuers as good Swedish turnip seed: Finds it proved, that said seed, when delivered, was immediately labelled or ticketed with the defender's name, as seed purchased from him, so as to prevent any doubt as to the identit of the seed Finds it proved, That the produce of some of said seed, inspect ed by Drs Rutherford and Coventry, turned out not to be Swed ish turnip, or, at least, to be only a bastard or degenerate kind of it Finds, That, both under the implied warrandice in the con tract of sale, that the thing sold shall be of the kind described.
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