Did the terms of the agreement alter during their business dealings?
In the case of Chisholm v. Doulton  22 QBD 736, there’s no explicit mention or detailed documentation available regarding alterations or changes to the terms of the agreement between Mr. Chisholm and Mr. Doulton during their business dealings.
The case primarily focused on the principle of employer liability for the actions of an employee conducted without the employer’s knowledge or authorization. It did not extensively cover or explicitly discuss any modifications, amendments, or alterations to the terms of the initial agreement between the involved parties during the course of their business interactions.
Based on the available information, there isn’t specific documentation or legal discussion detailing changes or modifications made to the terms of the agreement between Mr. Chisholm and Mr. Doulton. The case predominantly concentrated on employer liability for the actions of an employee rather than any alterations or changes to the terms of their initial agreement during their business dealings.