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Judg . and his failure to do so , if the proximate cause ment for plaintiff , and
defendants appeal . of his injury , would , as a matter of law , defeat Affirmed . his
right of recovery . ” Argued before BOYD , C . J . , and BRISIn Pilgrim v . Brown ,
SHIPPING 166 ( 5 ) - INJURY TO PASSENreasonable excuse for failure upon the
part GER - STEAMBOAT COLLISION - QUESTION FOR of Winter to understand
at that time that JUBY . In an action by a passenger upon defend . the searches ...
CARRIERS 316 ( 1 ) - PERSONAL INJURY - prayer for reformation the
counterclaim al NEGLIGENCE - PRESUMPTION . Where a passenger was not
hurt by any inleges that at the time the lease was drawn strumentality connected
with the ...
July 2 , 1918 . ) liable for injuries sustained by one passenger from the rudeness ,
crowding , or jostling of 1 . STREET RAILROADS 117 ( 35 ) - INJURY TO
PERSON NEAR TRACK _ LAST CLEAR CHANCE another ( Ellinger v . P . W . &
B . R ...
When injured she was 26 years the question of liability , inasmuch as there old ,
was in good health , was then working ... the principal injury to * . a compound
fracture ; · that is , this plaintiff is in the left arm , also shoulder . . to cut in upon the
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Interesting reading, only because I happened to find a very old spool of copper wire wound on a metal spool, on which was embossed the name WILBUR B DRIVER CO NEWARK N J SPOOL # 1..... looks very much like something I probably acquired during the 1940s when, as a teen ager I was building crystal sets as a hobby and had several spools of wires.. I'll get them together and see if E Bay has any buyers who might be interested in old junk...