Charges of the Bar Association of New York Against George G. Barnard and Albert Cardozo and John H. McCunn: And Testimony Thereunder Taken Before the Judiciary Committee of the Assembly of the State of New York, 1872, Volume 3
Polhemus, 1872 - Judicial corruption - 1576 pages
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Page 1204 - Partly on Information and Belief [Venue] , being duly sworn, deposes and says that he is the plaintiff in the within entitled action, that he has read the foregoing complaint and knows the contents thereof; and that the same is true of his own knowledge, except as to matters therein stated to be alleged on information and belief and as to those matters he believes it to be true.
Page 1350 - Each term so appointed must be held at the city hall in the city of New...
Page 1354 - It will be referred to the Hon. SAMUEL L. SELDEN, of Rochester, to pass upon the accounts of the receiver, and upon a hearing of the parties at Albany, to ascertain and report to the court what would be a proper extra allowance in the action, and to which of the defendants it should be paid, and to settle such other matters of detail as may be necessary to carry the judgment into effect. And it will be further ordered, that the said directors, so held to be duly elected, be let into immediate possession...
Page 1275 - Alabama, holding the circuit court, its petition for the removal of the cause into the circuit court of the United States for that district.
Page 1339 - ... at the office or agency of the party of the first part in the City of New York...
Page 1113 - The circuit judge issued an order to show cause why an injunction should not be granted.
Page 1100 - This was a bill in equity on behalf of complainant, and all other creditors who might come in and contribute to the...