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defendants At the time of the acceptance C Intended to commit an actAt the time of the acceptance C Intended to commit an act bank ruptcy which Knew; but defendants did not know it After the act of bankruptcy S Delivered the bills to defendants In trover by C's assignees for the bills issue being joined on a plea of Not possessed E that though Was not agent for defendants the bills were not at the time of the act of bankruptcy in O's possession as reputed owner with the consent of the true owners within stat G c s merely as being in O's hands; inasmuch as they Were Sub Ject To sub Ject to mine rights as the note which C Held only tbr a specific purpose as agent for defendants But that nevertheless if S Did not know of the assignment by C To defendants of the debt due from S
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