Catalogue of Records and Files in the Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court for the County of Suffolk, 1890 (Google eBook)

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A.C. Getchell, 1890 - Court records - 169 pages
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Page 6 - Courts ; all Causes of divorce, all Capital and Criminal causes, extending to life, member or banishment. And that justice be not deferred, nor the Country needlessly charged, It shall be...
Page 153 - Book of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace, for the County of Suffolk, begun January, 1769, and ended by adjournment on the first Tuesday of August, Anno Domini, 1773.
Page ii - The proportions applicable to the several cities and towns in this system, contained in a report on file in the office of the clerk of the supreme judicial court for the county of Suffolk...
Page 8 - Court of Appeals, Grand Assize and generall Goal delivery holden at Boston in ve County of Suffolk in the territory and dominion of New England,
Page 6 - For the better administration of justice, & easing of the Country of unnecessary charges and travaile, It is Ordered by this Court and the Authority thereof, That there be two Courts of Assistants yearely kept at Boston by the Governour, Deputie Governour, and the rest of the Magistrates...
Page 155 - Massachusetts, the most valuable unpublished law reports are in the Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court for the County of Suffolk, Boston.
Page 124 - Every person, who shall be licensed as before provided in this chapter, shall pay therefor to the clerk of the city of Boston, the clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Suffolk, or to the clerk of the commissioners of the respective counties so licensing said person...
Page 161 - Perhaps one of the most valuable features of this collection is the direct and varied light which the papers throw upon the methods of procedure and the forms of process used in different periods of our early history, and the construction put upon the laws by counsel of eminence. Here are preserved, in copies or originals, judgments of the courts, special verdicts, reasons of appeal, pleadings, and various other papers, which, in many cases, may furnish the only means of knowledge in this direction,...
Page 94 - WHEREAS Boston . . . is now made a Garrison by the Ministerial Army, and become a common Receptacle for the Enemies of America.
Page 80 - Superiour Court of Judicature Court of Assize and General Goal Delivery out of Term Time.

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