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REFERENCE TABLI

OF BUCH CASES

DECIDED IN U. S. SUPREME COURT,

Januas Term, 1840,

AND REPORTED HEBHI,

VOL. 39.

HAVE ALSO BEEN REPORTO O

14 PETERS AND IN 13 CURTIS'S DECISIONS.

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13 Here Curt. in. Peters.

Title

Curt.) in. 1-2 Evans v. Gee

304| 327 70–72 Suydam v. Broadnas 3501 359 328 72–74

360 45 Lattimer V. Poteet 306) 328 74-76

361 5-7 329 77 Cart V. Duval

354 361 7-9 330 77-79

362 9-11 331 79-81

363 11-13 332 81-83

364 13-16

333 84 Remington v. Linthicum 361 364 16-18 334 84-86

365 18 335 86-88

366 19-20 Bank of the Metropolis v.

88-90

367 Guttschlick 322 335 90-92

368 20-22 336 92-94

369 22–24 337 96 Frevall v. Bache

366) 369 24-26 338 96-97

370 26-28 339 97-98

371 28-30

340 99 Peters v. Warren Ins. Co.) 370 371 30-32 341 99-101

372 33 Kane v. Paul 329/ 341 101-103

373 33-35 342 103-105

374 35-37 343 105-107

375 37-39 344 107-109

376 3941 345 109-111

377 41-42

346 111-113 43 Covington v. Comstock 335 346 114 Atkins v. Dick

378 378 43-44 347 114-116

379 45 Smith v. Chesapeake &

116-118

380 Ohio Canal Co. 336) 347 118-120

381 45-47 348 120-121

382 47-48 349 122 Runyan v. Coster

381 382 49–50 Mitchell v. Lenox 340 349 123-124

383 50 350 124-126

384 61-52 West v. Brashear 341| 350 126-128

385 52-54 361 128-130

386 6456 362 130-132

387 56-57 Commonwealth Bank v.

133 Preston v. Keene

386 387 Griffith 343 352 133-135

388 57-59 363 136-137

389 60-62 Commercial & R. Bank

137-139

390 v. Slocomb 3461 354 139-140

391 62–64

355 141-142 Bank of Alexandria v. 64-66

356
Dyer

393 391 66 357 142-144

392 87-68 Suydam v. Broadnux 350) 367 144-146

393 88-70 3581147 Walden v. Craig

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Title. Peter. 147–149 Walden v. Craig 149–151 151-163 163-165

165 156–167 Walden v. Bodley 157-169 159-161 161-164 164-165 166 Edmonds v. Crenshaw 166-108 168–169 170-171 Keene v. Whitaker

171 172–173 Taylor v. Longworth 173–176 176-177 178–179 Brewer v. Blougher 179–181 181-183 183–185 185–187 187-189 189-192 192-194 194–196 196–198 198–200

200 201-202 Sprigg v. Bank of Mount

Pleasant 202-205 205–207 207-209 210–211 Rhode Island v. Massa

chusetts 211-2131 213-216 216-218 218-220 220-222 222-224 225-226 226–228 228-230 230-232 232-234 234-236 236-239 239-241 241-243 243-245 246-247 247-249 249–251 251-253 253-255 255-257 257-260 260–262 262-264 264-266 266-268 268-270 270-272 272-2741 274-276 276-279 279-281

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Curt.) in. 394 394 281 Rhode Island v. Massa395 chusetts

429 457 398 282–283 De Valengin v. Duffy

462) 457 397283-285

468 398 285-287

459 4001 398 287-290

460 399 290-292

461 400 292

462 401 293–294 Irvine v. Lowry

467 462 402 294-296

463 410| 402 296–299

464 403 299-300

465 404 301 United States v. Knights 470 465 413 404 301-303

466 405 303-305

467 414 405 305-307

468 406 307-309

469 407 309-311

470 419) 408 311-313

471 409 313-315

472 410315-317

473 411318 Fowler v. Brantly 476 473 412 318-319

474 413319-321

475 414 321

476 415 322-323 Games v. Stiles

479| 476 416 323-326

477 417 325-327

478 418 327-329

479 419 329-331

480 331-332

481 422 419 334 United States v. Wiggins 488 481 420334-336

482 421 336–338)

483 422 338-340

484 340–342

485 429) 423 342-344

486 424 344-346

487 425 346-349

488 426 349–351

489 427 351-352

490 428 353 Pollard v. Kibbe

497 490 429 353–355

491 430 | 355-358

492 431 358-360

493 432 360–362

494 433 362-364

495 434 364 366

496 435 366-368

497 436 368-370

498 437370-372

499 438 372–374

500 439 374-376

501 440 376-378

502 441 378-381

503 442 381-383

504 443 383–385

505 444 385-387

506 445 387-389

507 446 389–391

508 447 391-393

509 448 393-395

510 449 395-397

511 450 397-399

512 451 399_401

513 452401-403

514 453 403-405

515 454 405-408

516 455 408-410

517 456 410412

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18 Hero Peters.

Titlo.
Curt. in. Peters,

Curt. in. 412-414 Pollard v. Kibbe

497 519 499–501 Decatur V. Paulding 610 561 4144161 620 501-503

562 416-418 621 503–506

663 418-420 622 506-508

564 420-422 523 508-510

565 422-424 524 510-512

566 424-426 525 512-514

567 426-428 528 614-516

668 428-429 527 616-518

569 430 United States v. Wood 576 527 518-520

570 430-432 528 520-522

571 432-435 529 522-523

572 435 437

530 524-525 United States v. Stone 642| 572 437-439 531 525

573 439-441

532 526-527 United States v. Gratiot 644 673 441-443 633 527-529

574 443-445 534 529 531

575 445 447 636 531-533

676 448 Philadelphia & Trenton

533–535

677 R. R Co. v. Stimpson 588 535 535-638

678 448-450

536 638-539 450–452

537 540 Holmes v. Jennison 649 579 452-454 538 540-542

580 454 456 539 542-544

681 456-458 540 644-540

582 458-460 541 546-548

583 460-462 542 548-550

584 462 463 543 550-552

585 464 United States v. Morris 596 643 652–554

586 464-466 544 554–556

587 466–468 545 556-559

588 468-470 546 559-561

589 470-473 547 561-563

590 473-475 548 563–565

591 475–477 549 565–567

592 477 550 567-569

593 478 United States v. Water

569-571

594 man 601 550 571-573

595 Brown v. M'Gran 601 550 573-575

596 479 480 551 575-577

697 480_483 552 577-579

598 483-485 653579-581

599 485-487 654 581-583

600 487-489 555 583-586

601 489-491 556586-588

602 491-493 557 588-590

603 493-495 558 590-592

604 495 496 559 592-594

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606 497-499 5601 596–598

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1'] *JOSEPH EVANS, Plaintiff in Error, record that a plea was Aled by the defendant

to the plaintiff's declaration, or that any issue STERLING H. GEE, Defendant in Error. was joined before the trial of the cause.

2. No notice of the non-acceptance of the bill, Refusal of Circuit Court to quash execution, of exchange was charged in the declaration, writ of error does not lie.

nor proved at the trial.

3. No judgment was given by the court on: It is the settled doctrine of the Supreme Court of the demurrer of the defendant. the United States that a writ of error does not lie 4. The judgment of the Circuit Court sus. from the Circuit Court on a refusal of a motion to taining the execution was erroneous. quash an execution ; such refusal not belng a inal judgment, under the twenty-second section of the Mr. Key stated that the cause had been Judiciary Act of 1784.

brought up mainly upon the motion to quash The opinion of the court on the case of Boyle v Zacharle & Turner, 6 Peters, 648, cited and at the execution; and the question was, whether örmed.

the court would sustain a writ of error on that

ground. He cited 4 Cranch, 324; 6 Cranch, 233, N error to the Circuit Court of the United 235; 7 Wheat. 634; 8 Peters, 259. In the case

States for the Southern District of Ala before the court, the execution issued bama.

against the property of a dead man. Thomas In the Circuit Court of Alabama, an action Evans died in 1837. A case was decided by this was instituted by Sterling H. Gee, the defend. court which goes fully up to the question in ant in error, against Thomas Evans, on a bill this case. Boyle v. Zacharie & Turner, 6 of exchange drawn by Harris G. Evans in favor Peters, 648. of Thomas Evans, on George M. Rives, of Mobile, for five thousand three hundred and fifty Mr. Justice Catron delivered the opinion of dollars, dated 16th December, 1834, due twelve the court: months after date, negotiable and payable at The principal matters appearing in the record the office of discount and deposit of the Branch are not now open to investigation, being the Bank of the United States at Mobile; for value same adjudged of by this court in 1837, the rereceived, and protested for non-acceptance. port of which is found in 11 Peters, 81.

The declaration does not charge that notice The original judgment against Thomas Evans of the non-acceptance was given to the in. I was rendered at May Term, 1836. No execudorser. No proof was given at the trial of such tion seems to have issued until 16th March, notice.

1838, when one was taken out bearing teste the To this declaration the defendant (the in second Monday of October, 1837, and returnadorser of the bill) demurred, and the plaintiff ble the second Monday of April, 1838. was nonsuited: afterwards, at the same term, Nothing appears in the record showing that the nonsuit was struck out, and the cause con- Thomas Evans was dead, save an affidavit of tinued. At the next term a jury was impan. one of his sons, and the circumstance that the eled, who found a verdict for plaintiff, on which administrator's name is used in prosecuting the judgment was entered.

writ of error: but no suggestion of the death Thomas Evans, the defendant in this judg. of Thomas Evans, nor any revival of the judg. ment, died 12th September, 1837; and, on the ment against his administrator, is found. 16th March, 1838, à fieri facias issued on the The execution was levied on sundry slaves, judgment.

and a bond given for their delivery, which re2*) *The administrator of the deceased made cites tnat the execution, in virtue of which the & motion to quash this execution at May Term, levy was made, bore teste at May Term, 1836; 1838; but the court overruled the motion, and and to this date the writ may bave had regave judgment sustaining the execution. lation, by the laws of Alabama and the facts of The defendant prosecuted this writ of error. the case.

The case was argued by Mr. Key for the One of the sons of Thomas Evans made an plaintiff in error. No counsel appeared for the affidavit, stating his father to have died on the defendant.

12th day of September, 1837, on which the For the plaintiff in error it was contended motion to quash the execution and delivery that the judgment of the Circuit Court was bond was founded. The motion was refused; erroneous, because it did not appear on the but for what particular reason does not

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