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BE IT REMEMBERED, That of the 21st day of September, A. D. 1824, in the forty-ninth year of the Independence of the United Guates of America, Henry Whenton, or the old dlatrict, bath depoulted in this otice the title of a boats, the right whereol be claims w aulbor, in the words following, to wit:
Reports or Cases argued and adjudged lo tha Ropreme Court of the United States, February Term, 104 By Henry Wbralon, Couosellor at Law, Volume IX"
Ja coolormity to the act of Congress of the United States, entitled, “ do act for the encourngement of learning, hy sexuring the copies of maps, cbnrts, and books to the authors and proprietors of such coplen, daring ibe ume iberetn mentioned". And also to an acı, entitled, “ An act supplementary no so an, catided, an ace for the encotragement of learnl: , by securing ibe copies of mape, charts and tools to the cibors nad proixletors of such copies, during wo times therein mentioned, and heading the benefits thereof to ibie arts of designing, engraving, and etching bisiorical and other priate."
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES,
DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.
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The Hon. John MARSHALL, Chief Justice.
William Wirt, Esq. Attorney-General.
Memorandum.Mr. Justice THOMPSON was appointed the 9th of December, 1823, and took his seat on the bench the 10th of February of the present term. He took no part in the decision of causes argued before that day.
RULES OF COURT.
February Term, 1824.
1. No certiorari for diminution of the record shall be hereafter awarded, in any cause, unless a motion therefor shall be made in writing, and the facts on which the same is founded shall, if not admitted by the other party, be verified by affidavit. And all motions for such certiorari shall be made at the first term of the entry of the cause ; otherwise the same shall not be granted, unless upon special cause shown to the Court, accounting satisfactorily for the delay.
2. In all cases of equity and admiralty jurisdiciión heard in this Court, no objection shall hereafter be allowed to be taken to the admissibility of apy deposition, deed, grant, or other exbibit found in the record, as evidence, unless objection was taken thereto in the Court below, and entered of record; but the same shall otherwise be deemed to have been admitted by consent.
3. On Saturday of each week during the sitting of the Court, motions, in cases not required by the rules of Court to be put upon the docket, shall be entitled to preference, if such motions shall be made before the Court shall have entered upon the bearing of a cause upon the docket.
THE NAMES OF THE CASES
REPORTED IN TRIS VOLUME.
Bank of Columbia, (Renner v.) [PROMISSOBY Note. Evi-
Bank of the United States, (Osborn v.) [CONSTITUTIONAL
Doddridge , (
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Edwards, (Ilugl. o.) [CHANCERY. MORTGAGE.)