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A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity. With an intr. essay by ... - Page 295
by Isaac Ray - 1839
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A Compendium of the Law of Evidence

Thomas Peake - Evidence (Law) - 1804 - 428 pages
...of such fact as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. The evidence in such cage applying to stated intervals, ought to go to the state...the degree of self-possession in any particular act; for, from ai> act with reference to certain circumstances, and which does not of itself mark the restriction...
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A Treatise of Equity, Volume 1

Henry Ballow - Equity - 1820
...of such fact, as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. The evidence in such a case applying to stated intervals, ought to go to...the degree of self-possession in any particular act ; for, from an act with reference to certain circumstances> and which does not of itself mark the restoration...
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ELEMENTS OF CONVEYANCING

CHARLES BARTON - 1821
...such fact, as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. • • The evidence in such case applying to stated intervals, ought to go to...the degree of self-possession in any particular act; for, from an act, with reference to certain circumstances, and which does not of itself mark the restoration...
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Elements of Conveyancing: With Cursory Remarks Upon the Study of ..., Volume 4

Charles Barton - Conveyancing - 1821
...demonstrative of such fact, as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. The evidence in such case applying to stated intervals, ought to go to...the degree of self-possession in any particular act ; for, from an act, with reference to certain circumstances, and which does not of itself mark the...
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A Compendium of the Law of Evidence

Thomas Peake - Evidence - 1822 - 462 pages
...demonstrative of such fact, as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. The evidence in such case, applying to stated intervals, ought to go to...the degree of self-possession in any particular act ; for from an act with reference to certain circumstances, and •.•inch does not of itself mark...
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A Treatise on the Law of Idiocy and Lunacy

Anthony Highmore - Insanity (Law) - 1822 - 194 pages
...demonstrative of such fact, as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. The evidence in such case applying to stated intervals, ought to go to...and habit of the person, and not to the accidental intu view of any individual, or to the degree of self-possession in any particular act ; for, from...
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A compendium of the law of evidence

Thomas Peake, Joseph Parker Norris - Evidence (Law) - 1824 - 642 pages
...demonstrative of such fact, as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. The evidence in such case, applying to stated intervals, ought to go to...the person, and not to the accidental interview of anj individual ; or to the degree of self-possession in any partícula. act; for from an act with reference...
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Elements of medical jurisprudence

Theodric Romeyn Beck, William Dunlop - Medical - 1825
...of such fact, as where the object of the proof is to establish derangement. The evidence in such a case, applying to stated intervals, ought to go to...to the degree of self-possession in any particular act."J Such then is the meaning of the term lucid interval in civil cases, but its signification is...
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A Dictionary of the Practice in Civil Actions: In the Courts of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Lee - Law - 1825 - 1394 pages
...Attorney-General v. Pamther, 3 Bro. С. С. 440, his Lordship is reported to have said, " That the evidence ought to go to the state and habit of the person,...degree of self-possession in any particular act." INSOLVENT DEBTOR, proof of discharge. A paper purporting to be a copy of the original discharge, and...
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A practical treatise on the law of evidence: and digest of proofs ..., Volume 3

Thomas Starkie, Theron Metcalf - Evidence (Law) - 1826
...which the state of a person's mind can be tried." He further observed, that "evidence applying to lucid intervals ought to go to the state and habit of the person, and not to the accidental interviews of any individuals, or to the degree of selfpossession when performing particular acts ;...
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