The chancery practice of the state of New-York, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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O. Halsted, 1831 - Law
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Page 399 - L. 78) declares, that the Circuit Courts of the United States shall have original cognizance, concurrent with the courts of the several States, of all suits of a civil nature at common law or in equity...
Page 416 - States, in the same manner and under the same regulations, and the writ shall have the same effect, as if the judgment or decree complained of had been rendered or passed in a...
Page 425 - Court, which was brought into the Supreme Court of the United States by virtue of an appeal, agreeably to the act of Congress, in such case made and provided, fully and at large appears. And whereas, in the present term of October...
Page 400 - That if a suit be commenced in any state court against an alien, or by a citizen of the state in which the suit is brought against a citizen of another state...
Page 419 - This is a writ of error to the judgment of the court for the trial of impeachments and the correction of errors...
Page 65 - ... or either of them, shall lawfully do, or cause to be done in the premises, by virtue of these presents...
Page 362 - York, on the day of , 18 , at the opening of the court on that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard...
Page 104 - ... who will come in and contribute to the expense of such suit, every order which may be made thereon, requiring such creditors or other persons to exhibit their demands...
Page 416 - ... assignment of errors, and prayer for reversal, with a citation to the adverse party, signed by the judge of such district court, or a justice of the Supreme Court, the adverse party having at least twenty days
Page 421 - No other case will be taken up out of the order on the docket, or be set down for any particular day, except under special and peculiar circumstances to be shown to the court. Every case which shall have been called in its order and passed and put at the foot of the docket shall, if not again reached during the term it was called, be continued to the next term of the court.

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