Notes of a Few Decisions in the Superior Courts of the State of North-Carolina [1778-1797], and in the Circuit Court of the U. States, for North-Carolina District [1792-1796] : to which is Added a Translation of Latchs's [!] Cases
Franco̧is-Xavier Martin, 1797 - 161 páginas
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Página 61 - IT is agreed that creditors on either side shall meet with no lawful impediment to the recovery of the full value in sterling money, of all bona fide debts heretofore contracted.
Página 47 - That by the constitution every citizen had undoubtedly a right to a decision of his property by a trial by jury. For that if the Legislature could take away this right, and require him to stand condemned in his property without a trial, it might with as much authority require his life to be taken away without a trial by jury, and that he should stand condemned to die, without the formality of any trial at all...
Página 47 - ... right to a decision of his property by a trial by jury. For that if the Legislature could take away this right, and require him to stand condemned in his property without a trial, it might with as much authority require his life to be taken away without a trial by jury, and that he should stand condemned to die, without the formality of any trial at all : that if the members of the General Assembly could do this, they might with equal authority, not only render themselves the Legislators of the...
Página 49 - Sweden, a defensive alliance and a guaranty be required for the condition, this stipulation will be of no effect, unless approved and accepted by the Diet, which alone has the power of imparting validity to it. The Kings of England conclude Treaties of Peace and Alliance, but by these Treaties they cannot alienate any of the possessions of the Crown without the consent of Parliament ; neither can they, without the concurrence of the same body, raise any money in the Kingdom.
Página 73 - Whealer, one shilling sterling to her and her heirs forever, Item: I give to my daughter Rachel Stoe one shilling sterling and her heirs forever.
Página 38 - Thomas in manner and form aforefaid above in his re*' plication pleaded, and the matter therein contained, are *' good and fufficient in law to compel the faid Elizabeth " to anfwer to the aforefaid bill of the faid Thomas there...