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" If this were not so it would be in the power of the parties, by negligence or design, to invest those courts with a jurisdiction expressly denied to them. "
Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial ... - Page 547
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1865
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A new collection of laws, charters and local ordinances of the ..., Volume 1

Ignacio Jordán de Assó y del Río, Miguel de Manuel y Rodríquez, Great Britain, France, Spain, Mexico, Texas - France - 1839
...most explicit and forcible manner, that such an attempted forfeiture was unconstitutional and void. If this were not so, it would be in the power of congress, representing the government and people, who are, in. fact parties in interest, by an arbitrary...
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Opinions of Attorneys General

United States. Dept. of Justice - Attorneys general's opinions - 1851
...neutrality. Forfeiture of the goods and ship, is the penalty annexed to such acts by the law of nations; and if this were not so, it would be in the power of individuals to involve the neutral nation in war, against its will. very oppressive to the liberty...
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Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States: Advising ...

United States. Attorney-General - Administrative law - 1852
...neutrality. Forfeiture of the goods and ship, is the penalty annexed to such acts by the law of nations; and if this were not so, it would be in the power of individuals to involve the neutral nation in war, against its will. It is not considered as a duty...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ...

Vermont. Supreme Court, John F. Deane - History - 1853
...absconding, and it would seem the testimony objected to had such connection, should go before the jury. If this were not so, it would be in the power of parties, by subdividing such transactions, to altogether destroy the force of the evidence resulting...
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 30

Law - 1885
...they are of a class which the statute excludes altogether from the cognizance of the Circuit Courts. If this were not so it would be in the power of the parties by negligence or design to invest those courts with a jurisdiction expressly denied to...
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The Counter Case of Great Britain as Laid Before the Tribunal of Arbitration ...

Great Britain - Alabama claims - 1872 - 1105 pages
...neutrality. Forfeiture of the goods and ship is the penalty aunexed to such acts by the law of nations; and if this were not so, it would be in the power of "individuals to involve the neutral nation in war against its will. It is not considered as a, duty...
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The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution Considered: The Right to Pursue ...

United States. Supreme Court, Stephen Johnson Field - Constitutional amendments - 1873 - 24 pages
...crcising the monopoly as well as with others, and thus, as re17 spects them, the monopoly would cease. If this were not so it would be in the power of the state to exclude at any time the citizens of other states from participation in particular branches...
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The Municipal Manual: Containing the Municipal, Assessment Acts, and Rules ...

Robert Alexander Harrison - Liquor laws - 1874 - 871 pages
...existing, shall make the appointments. If there be no such majority, then the old Council shall appoint. If this were not so, it would be in the power of the members elect, being a minority of the Council when full, to appoint the majority of the Council....
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A Treatise on the Law of Trespass in the Twofold Aspect of the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Whitney Waterman - Trespass - 1875
...absconding (and it would seem the testimony objected to had such connection) should go before the jury. If this were not so, it would be in the power of parties, by subdividing such transactions, to altogether destroy the force of the evidence resulting...
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Ecclesiastical Law and Rules of Evidence: With Special Reference to the ...

William J. Henry, William Logan Harris - Church polity - 1879 - 501 pages
...establishing by the aid of other testimony. 1 Starkie on Ev. 147 ; Whitaker v. Salishury, 15 Pick. 544. When a party calls a witness whose general character...the evidence should fall short of what was wanted. 3 Starkie on Ev. 1692. 1 2 Phillip's Ev. 447. 2 In a recent case, this very point has been more fully...
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