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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ... - Page 541
1816
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The Rules of Evidence on Pleas of the Crown: Illustrated from ..., Volume 2

Evidence, Criminal - 1802 - 668 pages
...to a judgment he might think erroneous, and therefore the depofition of witnefles in another caufe, in proof of a fact, the verdict of a jury finding the fact, and the judgment of the court upon the fact found, although evidence againft the parties, and all claiming under them, are not in general...
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The Rules of Evidence on Pleas of the Crown: Illustrated from ..., Volume 2

Evidence, Criminal - 1802 - 668 pages
...jury finding the fact, and the judgment of the court upon the fact found, although evidence againft the parties, and all claiming under them, are not in general to be ufed to the prejudice of Grangers. There are fome exceptions to this general rule. From the variety...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - Trials - 1814
...in another cause in proof of a fact, the verdict of ajnry rinding the fuct, and the judgment of (he court upon facts found, although evidence against...upon particular reasons, but not being applicable to tlie present subject, it is unnecessary to state them. From the variety of cases relative to judgments...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence

Samuel March Phillipps - Evidence (Law) - 1816 - 692 pages
...cause in proof of a fact, (6) the verdict of a jury finding a fact, or the judgment of the court on facts found, although evidence against the parties...general, to be used to the prejudice of strangers (1). To this general rule there are some exceptions, *founded upon particular reasons, which * 223...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials Vol. XX

T. B. Howell, Esq. - 1816
...depositions ot witnesses in another cause in pun. of a fact, the verdict of a jury finding tbe fací and the judgment of the court upon facts found although evidence against the parties, and a claiming under (hem, are not, in general, to b used to the prejudice of strangers. There ai some...
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The History of the Common Law of England: And An Analysis of the Civil Part ...

Sir Matthew Hale - Civil law - 1820 - 472 pages
...from a judgment he might think erroneous; and therefore the depositions of witnesses in another cause, in proof of a fact, the verdict of a jury finding the fact, and the judgment of the court upon the fact found, although evidence against the parties, and all claiming under THEM, are not, in general,...
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A Treatise on the Origin and Nature of Dignities, Or Titles of Honor ...

William Cruise - Titles of honor and nobility - 1823 - 322 pages
...Kingston's case, judgments are only evidence against the parties, and all claiming under them ; but are not, in general, to be used to the prejudice of strangers. That judgments, in cases of peerage, were different from others in many respects ; they were nearly...
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A digest of the Law of Evidence: on the trial of actions at nisi prius

Henry Roscoe - Evidence (Law) - 1831 - 705 pages
...another cause, in proof of a fact, the verdict of a jury finding a fact, and the judgment of the court on facts found, although evidence against the parties, and all claiming under them, ar« not in general to be used to the prejudice of strangers. Per lie F 2 Grey, CJ, Dtich. of Kingston's...
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A digest of the law of evidence on the trial of actions at nisi prius

Henry Roscoe - Evidence (Law) - 1832 - 607 pages
...another cause, in proof of a fact, the verdict of a jury finding a fact, and the judgment of the court on facts found, although evidence against the parties,...general to be used to the prejudice of strangers. Per de Grey, CJ, Duck, of Kingslon's case, 20 How. St. TV. 538. In order to bind the party, he must...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, Volume 2

Samuel March Phillipps, Andrew Amos - Evidence (Law) - 1838 - 1079 pages
...judgment which he might think erroneous; and therefore the depositions of witnesses in another cause in proof of a fact, the verdict of a jury finding...general rule, founded upon particular reasons; but as they are not applicable to the present subject, it is unnecessary to state them. Again, " Although...
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