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Seite 28 - After reciting that doubts had arisen, it declared and enacted that on every such trial, the jury may give a general verdict of guilty or not guilty upon the whole matter put in issue...
Seite 157 - In the first place, a man, to entitle himself to the benefit of a patent of monopoly, must disclose his secret, and specify his invention in such a way, that others of the same trade, who are artists, may be taught to do the thing for which the patent is granted, by following the directions of the specification, without any new invention, or addition of their own.
Seite 286 - Therefore in an information against Lord Halifax for refusing to deliver up the rolls of the auditor of the exchequer ; the court of exchequer put the plaintiff upon proving the negative, vi~.
Seite 105 - One person being in fault will not dispense with another's using ordinary care for himself. Two things must concur to support this action — an obstruction in the road by the fault of the defendant, and no want of ordinary care to avoid it on the part of the plaintiff.
Seite 137 - Kenyan, found a verdict for the plaintiff, and on a motion for a new trial...
Seite 290 - Clarice (36), that wherever the original is of a public nature, and would be evidence, if produced, an immediate sworn copy thereof will be evidence.
Seite 252 - Matter, though upon fuch Judgment you may take out Execution ; for it does not become a permanent Matter, till it be delivered into Court, and is there fixed as a Roll of the Court, and, until it become a Roll of the Court, it is transferable any where, and fo does not come under the Reafon of the Law that permits the giving of a Copy in Evidence.
Seite 68 - ... for if it was not done to defraud creditors, and keep out of the way, it will not be an aft of bankruptcy within the ftatute. Alfo if after a plain aft of bankruptcy he pays off or compounds with all his creditors.
Seite 138 - Cafe it will be fufficient for the Buyer to prove them the Goods of another, without proving that the Defendant knew them to be fo ; (for it need not be averred in the Declaration) for the Deceit...