The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value and Authority Decided in the Courts of the Several States, from the Earliest Issue of the State Reports to the Year 1869, Volume 84

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Bancroft-Whitney, 1887
 

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Contents

Bush
68
C C C R R 119 Harbaugh v People 268 269 274
69
Insurance Co v Updegraff 427 429 Jones v Porter
71
Moore 118 131 First Mass Turnpike Co v Field 586
80
Ogden
90
Black
92
Parsons
105
Owen
107
Lathrop
112
Boston W R R Co 790 Mayor ete of Baltimore v Leffer
113
Phænix Ins Co v Mitchell 431
117
Hames
120
London and S W Ry Caudler v Fuller
126
Watson
128
Welcome
130
South Western R R v Paulk 789
131
Mayor of London v Markwick
132
State
133
Western R R Central G M Co v Platt 240
138
Bank of Potomac 693 425
141
Voorhees
151
Gaston
153
Webster 367 Coit v Haven
155
Byng
166
Geery
167
Belk
168
Colver 331 333 Harris Will of 241
171
Murray
172
Derbys Case
173
Jones
174
Lyman
182
Merritt
183
Davis
186
Wilson
188
Putnam
191
Christianberry 168 Cole v Cassiday 313
201
Ellerbe
206
Colt
209
Niagara F Ins Co
219
Blair 86 Horn v Tufts 689 690
221
Knight
239
Daly
240
Knox
241
Paynes Will In re 628 People v Seaman 249 257 258 273
249
Shaftsburys Case
253
Tenbroeck 54 Safford v Safford
255
Landis 155 Hart v Mayor of Albany 352
258
Dupont
266
Dixon
271
Guardian M L I Co 292 Norton v Marden
276
Nestle
279
Berdetta
292
Conover 438 607 Strong v Clem
303
Sansome
305
Cubitt
308
Coyle
309
Allen 150 Hart v Ten Eyck
311
Buford 147 163 164 Lewis v Knox
312
Miller
314
Ryan
318
Del Vecchio
322
Mess 163 Collins In re
329
Comstock
331
Exchange Fire Ins Co 219 Broise v Pac Mut I Co
333
N Y Cent R R
339
Holmes
343
Davis
344
Bloodgood 309 Maxwell v Hartmann 404 725
345
Jones
346
Waddy
348
Hart
349
Adams
357
Blain 403 Jones v Ward 425
358
Home Ins Co 720 Duffy v Shockey
365
Gordon
370
Phillips
373
Ableman
382
Kitchens
386
Ross
390
Hurlburt 118 Haskell v Jones
401
Combs
402
County of Cedar 606 Collins v Collins 171
403
Odell
404
Baker 455 Moore v Sanborne 540 684
408
Schuyler
411
Milbank
413
Johnson
419
Ripley In the goods of 630 Sanders v Wagonseller
421
Mut Prot L Assur Soc 219 Reed v New York Cent R R 348
429
Withee
430
Ins Co v Gray Fourth Bank v St Louis C
431
Bittel
438
Brown
449
Baker
450
Ashlin
451
Leavitt 605 Haskins v Tate 524
452
Mitchell
453
Light 128 129 Owens v Dickenson 144 670
478
Oliver
484
Gehrung
495
Sheetss Estate
496
Stanford
499
Commonwealth
505
Gonsoulin
510
Driscoll
516
Malechi
517
Morris
521
Milwaukee Dock Co 754 Hayes v Shattuck 572
526
Bacon
538
Clark 146 171 173 174 Coll v Phillips 754
540
Gardner
545
Boyle
546
Williams 510 Heald v Sergeant 92
547
Newton
548
White
556
School District
558
New England Screw Co v Bliven 455 Pacific R R v Hughes 141
564
Rickards
570
Coward
573
Cox v Mitchell
578
Given
582
McGregor
585
Freeman
587
Bolles 329 Hostetter v Alexander 404
588
Bank of U
558
Miles
570
Lewis 455 Kane v McCarthy 212
571
Jackson
573
New Orleans etc R R Co v Paine v Mooreland
578
Penn etc Canal Co v Graham 541 Perin v Carey
586
Smith
595
Grand Junction Ca Dupree v State
596
Canadian Bank v McCrea 753 Chatham Nat Bank v OBrien 351
598
Henry
603
Wilder
606
Tuggle 455 Commonwealth v Churchill 454
607
Leonard 118 120 Howard v North 97
608
People
614
Beaubien 510 Kase v Best 78
619
King
626
Hoyt
628
Smith
629
Honywood 521 522 523 Kearns v Kearns
630
Buffum
635
People
640
Holme
641
Miller 168 Moses v Boston etc R R 493
652
Ballinger
658
Palmer
659
Parker
660
Mayor
670
Brewer
674
Wilder 455 Commonwealth v Cullen 141
678
Pollock
680
Canal
684
McIntyre 133 Hoyle v Plattsburgh etc R
687
Lougan
688
Stono
690
Hallett 310 Heard v Lodge
693
Merle
699
State
700
Andreon
704
Pennsylvania R R Co 460 Gray v Holdship
712
Lacy 411 Heaston v Cincinnati eto R
725
South Carolina R R Buckner v Real Estate Bank
726
Reigart
727
Lancaster Nat Bank v Taylor 401 Lorillard F Ins Co v McCulloch 429
728
Peaso
730
McDonnell
731
Davis
732
Johnson
740
Dunlap 453 Howe v Earl of Dartmouth 171
741
Space
743
Dorchester Case
746
State
753
Swart
754
Morgan
757
John Kellum In re 241 Kelly v Lane 330
764
Groat
765
Register
767
Wyckoff 403 Humphries v Brogden 771
771
Foltz
772
Schutt
774
Mitchell
775
Mary Smith In re 241 McKenzie v Branch Bank etc
781
Smith
785
Wright 628 Commonwealth v Eastman
786
Snow
791
Dack
792
402
794
Stouvenal
832
Caldwell
843
Missouri eto R R Ellis v Mathews
853

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Page 215 - Whereas the right of expatriation is a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; and whereas in the recognition of this principle this Government has freely received emigrants from all nations, and invested them with the rights of citizenship...
Page 263 - It shall be the duty of each inspector to challenge every person offering to vote, whom he shall know or suspect not to be duly qualified as an elector.
Page 212 - All children heretofore born or hereafter born out of the limits and jurisdiction of the United States, whose fathers were or may be at the time of their birth, citizens thereof, are declared to be citizens of the United States ; but the rights of citizenship shall not descend to children whose fathers never resided in the United States.
Page 706 - One who under the Constitution and laws of the United States, has a right to vote for Representatives in Congress, and other public officers, and who is qualified to fill offices in the gift of the people.
Page 754 - ... may be transferred by indorsement therein, and any person to whom the same may be transferred shall be deemed and taken to be the owner of the goods, wares, merchandise, grain, flour or other produce or commodity therein specified, so far as to give validity to any pledge, lien or transfer made or created by such person or persons...
Page 677 - Whenever a party has, by his own declaration, act, or omission, intentionally and deliberately led another to believe a particular thing true, and to act upon such belief, he cannot, in any litigation arising out of such declaration, act, or omission, be permitted to falsify it.
Page 213 - That all persons born in the United States and not subject to any foreign power, excluding Indians not taxed, are hereby declared to be citizens of the United States...
Page 325 - ... there must be such an injury as from its nature is not susceptible of being adequately compensated by damages at law, or such as, from its continuance or permanent mischief, must occasion a constantly recurring grievance which cannot be otherwise prevented but by an injunction.
Page 249 - Every male citizen of the age of twentyone years who shall have been a citizen for ten days and an inhabitant of this State one year next preceding an election...
Page 714 - These rules have their foundation, not merely in comity, but on necessity. For if one may enjoin, the other may retort by injunction, and thus the parties be without remedy; being liable to a process for contempt in one, if they dare to proceed in the other.

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