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Cite as: (1898) 6 SLT 247,  ScotCS CSIH_3, (1898) 1 F 327
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23 December 1898
|J. M. Smith, Limited.|
On the whole matter, I think that the judgment of the Lord Ordinary is right, and that an issue ought to be allowed.
On the suggestion of the Court the issue was altered to the following:—“It being admitted that the defenders printed and published in the Glasgow Evening News of 18th October 1897 a paragraph in the terms set forth in the schedule hereto annexed of and concerning a building in New City Road, Glasgow, belonging to the pursuer, whether the said paragraph was false and calumnious, to the loss, injury, and damage of the pursuer? Damages laid at £2000.”
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