New England Reporter: All Cases Determined in the Courts of Last Resort, as Follows : Maine, Supreme Judicial Court; New Hampshire, Supreme Court; Vermont, Supreme Court; Massachusetts, Supreme Judicial Court; Rhode Island, Supreme Court; Connecticut, Supreme Court of Errors, Volume 3

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Page 315 - In all controversies concerning property, and in all suits between two or more persons, except in cases in which it has heretofore been...
Page 294 - First, to furnish the accused with such a description of the charge against him as will enable him to make his defense, and avail himself of his conviction or acquittal for protection against a further prosecution for the same cause; and, second, to inform the court of the facts alleged, so that it may decide whether they are sufficient in law to support a conviction, if one should be had.
Page 447 - A party who negligently or culpably stands by and allows another to contract on the faith and understanding of a fact which he can contradict, cannot afterwards dispute that fact in an action against the person whom he has himself assisted in deceiving.
Page 59 - If the above-mentioned premises shall be occupied or used so as to increase the risk, or become vacant and unoccupied for a period of more than ten days...
Page 267 - To constitute the coercion or duress which will be regarded as sufficient to make the payment involuntary, * * * there must be some actual or threatened exercise of power possessed, or believed to be possessed, by the party exacting or receiving the payment over the person or property of another, from which the latter has no other means of immediate relief than by making the payment.
Page 425 - ... to be a complete and final statement of the whole of the transaction between them.
Page 452 - Commerce with foreign countries, and among the States, strictly considered, consists in intercourse and traffic, including in these terms navigation, and the transportation and transit of persons and property, as well as the purchase, sale, and exchange of commodities.
Page 192 - If any person shall ravish and carnally know any female of the age of ten years or more, by force and against her will, or shall unlawfully and carnally know and abuse any female child under the age of ten years...
Page 260 - The legislature, having determined that the intersection of two railways with a highway in the city of Hartford at grade is a nuisance dangerous to life, in the absence of action on the part either of the city or of the railroads, may compel them, severally, to become the owners of the right to lay out new highways and new...

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