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Massachusetts Reports - Page 138
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1876
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Select Cases on the Law of Torts: With Notes, and a Summary of ..., Volume 2

John Henry Wigmore - Torts - 1912
...540, 26 NE 100 TORT for killing a horse. Trial in the Superior Court, without a jury, before BLODGETT, J., who allowed a bill of exceptions, in substance as follows. The defendants admitted that they killed the plaintiff's horse, and justified the act by showing that,...
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Select Cases on the Law of Evidence

John Henry Wigmore - Evidence - 1913 - 1383 pages
...1889, at ^ •*• Spencer. Answer, a general denial. Trial in the Superior Court, before CORCORAN, J., who allowed a bill of exceptions, in substance as follows. The plaintiff's evidence showed that an assault and battery was made by the defendant upon the plaintiff,...
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Cases on Procedure, Annotated: Common Law Pleading

Edson Read Sunderland - Pleading - 1914 - 827 pages
...Nicholas Kent, in her own name, against a deputy sheriff. Trial in the superior court, before DEWEY, J., who allowed a bill of exceptions, in substance as follows : The defendant, on July 3, 1889, attached and took the property in question upon a writ, as the property...
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Cases on the Law of Evidence: Selected from Decisions of English and ...

Edward Wilcox Hinton - Evidence (Law) - 1919 - 1098 pages
...1884, at Peabody, attempted to set fire to a building. Trial in the Superior Court,, before Pitman, J., who allowed a bill of exceptions, in substance as follows : The government introduced evidence tending to prove that, between nine and ten o'clock in the evening of...
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Cases on the Law of Evidence

Thomas Welburn Hughes - Evidence (Law) - 1921 - 922 pages
...intoxicating liquors to a minor, on January 20, 1886. Trial in the Superior Court before Thompson, J., who allowed a bill of exceptions, in substance as follows : The government introduced as a witness one Rollins and asked him where he was born. His answer was, "In...
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Cases on Criminal Law and Procedure

Criminal law - 1922 - 659 pages
...there having carnal knowledge of the bodies of each other." Trial in the Superior Court, before Dewey, J., who allowed a bill of exceptions in substance as follows : The government introduced evidence tending to show that on the day named in the indictment Bakeman was...
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The Insurance Law Journal, Volume 13

Insurance law - 1884
...so paid. Tort for false and fraudulent representations. Trial in the superior court before Knowiton, J., who allowed a bill of exceptions, in substance as follows : — The defendant was a member of the firm of C. R . Griffin <& Co., the general agents for New England of...
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