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CASES ARGUED AND ADJUDGED
Supreme Court of Florida,
TERMS HELD IN 1855.
By MARION D. PAPY, Reporter.
VOLUME VI. No. I.
Office of the Florida Sentinel.
PRINTED BY BENJ. F. ALLEN.
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[Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1855, by M. D. PAPY, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, in and for the Northern District of Florida.]
JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT
Hon. THOMAS BALTZELL, CHIEF JUSTICE.
ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. Hon. CHARLES H. DUPONT,
MARIANO D. PAPY, ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS.
Hon. WILLIAM A. FORWARD, JUDGE EASTERN CIRCUIT.
For “Henry Anderson,” at page 299, read “Henry Henderson."
For “The Supreme Court has authority to entertain an appeal coming up directly from a Justice’s Court,” at page 303, read "The Supreme Court has no authority, &c."
Read head-note No. 2, at page 382, as follows: deed of gift of personal property to the separate use of the wife, having no words of restriction or direction as to alienation, the power of disposition is incident to the ownership, and she may dispose of it as if she were a feme sole.”
At page 328, for “jiri" read “juri.”
At page 482, for "Daggett vs. Willey” read "Doggett vs. Willey."
On page 304, head-notes, second line, read “the Supreme Court has no authority, &c.”
Many other errors, typographical and of punctuation, have unavoidably crept in, but which may be detected by the reader without being specially pointed out here.