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ALBANY:
WILLIAM GOULD & SON,
LAW BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS.

1868.

Entered according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight,

BY WILLIAM GOULD & SON, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Northeru District of New York

Ree Nor. 9. 1868

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PAGE Ballin agt. Dillaye.... ......216 Haack agt. Fearing ....

.459 Bank of Prince Edwards Island agt. Hawkins agt. Pemberton..

.376 Trumbell 8 Heath agt. Barmour..

1 Bates agt. Duff.. ..481 Hicks agt. Bradner...

.118 Brady agt. Mayor, &c. New York. .. 81 Hoe agt. Sanborn...

.. 197 Bretz agt. The Mayor,&c. of N. York. 130. Hoffman agt. Hoffman...

..384 Bucklin agt. Chapin..

.155 Hunt agt. Michigan Southern, &c. R. Burnbam agt. Acton. 48 R. Co..

..287 Buswell agt. Poineer..

.447 Butler agt. Niles..

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In the Matter of the Commissioners of C. the Central Park........

..255 76

In the Matter of Alexander Frear....249 Castell agt. Davis....

In the Matter of Curtis Judson...... 15 Christy agt. Libby..

.119

In the Matter of Lewis agt. Mayor, &c. Coghlan agt. Dinsmore.

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of New York.....

..162 Columbian Ins. Co. agt. Stevens. ....101

In the Matter of Union Village and
Johnsonville R. R. Co......

.420 Irving agt. Spring...

-479 Durant agt. Einstein.....

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23 Erie Railway Co. agt. Champlain..., 73 Kinnier agt. Kinnier.

66 Erie Railway Co. agt. Champlain.... 74

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Masterson agt. Short...
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...169 Flynn agt. Powers... Ford agt. Ford...

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Mayor, &c. of New York agt. Ryan..408
McClave agt. Maynard.....

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McGregor agt. McGregor.. ..385
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McHarg agt. Eastman....

205 Galena Packet Co. agt. Rock Island McIntyre agt. New York Central R. R. R. Bridge..... .190 R. Co......

36 Garvey agt. Carey.

282 Moneypenny agt. Sixth Avenue R. R. Goodwin agt. Nelin.. -402 Co..

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90 Greenleaf agt. Mumford. ..148 Morss agt. Jacobs (2 causes)..... Gregg agt. Birdsall......

.345 Mott agt. Union Bank New York....332 Griffen agt. Brown.. 372 | Mygatt agt. Willcox....

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Cases Reported.

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.336 National Bank of Commonwealth agt, Seymour agt. Cook..

180 Grocers National Bank.. ..412 Shafer agt. Guest.....

..184 Newman agt. Alvord..

..108 Sherwood agt. Connoly (2 causes)... 124

Smyth agt. International Life Assur-
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..126 Pearson agt. Lovejoy.......

193 People agt. Central City Bank.. .428

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People ex rel. Henry agt. Cornell.... 31
People agt. Raymond...

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Tanner agt. Parshall..

472 Ponto agt. Phelps....

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Taylor agt. Ketchum...

289 Powers agt. Shepard.....

Tolano agt. National Steam Naviga-
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Tracy agt. Veeder..

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Radway agt. Briggs....
Read agt. Jaudon.
Ritter agt. Cushman..

422 .303 .284

Union Bank of Troy agt. Sargeant. .. 87

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Schell agt. Erie Railway Co.........438 Waffle agt. Goble....
Seacord agt. Morgan..

487 Wheeler agt. Gilsey.. Seeley agt. Black.

.369 | Wheeler agt. Ruekman.

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PRACTICE REPORTS.

SUPREME COURT.

ISAAC HEATH agt. WALTER BARMOUR.

Where the plaintiff brings an action in a justice's court, and complains that the

defendant wrongfully broke and entered his close, and then and there, at the times named, committed certain trespasses and did certain acts, and the defendant justi. fies all the acts complained of, on the ground that the locus in quo was at the time a public highway, &c., the justice should dismiss the action upon the question of

title. But if the plaintiff, on continuing the action in the supreme court, recovers a verdict

for any sum, for trespasses committed outside of the alleged highway, he is entitled to costs, although the defendant succeeds in justifying all his acts committed upon said highway. (This agrees with Hall agt. Hodskins, 30 How. 15.)

Chautauqua Special Term, January, 1868.

Motion by plaintiff, by way of appeal from adjustment of costs by the clerk of Chautauqua county. The original action was in a justice's court. The plaintiff alleges in his complaint that the defendant wrongfully and unlawfully broke and entered the plaintiff's close, in the town of Gerry, in the county of Chautauqua, on or about the months of May, June, July, August and September, in the year 1862; also in the months of April, &c., 1863, and so as to 1864, 1865 and 1866; and the defendant, during each and all of the said months and years, being wrongfully and unlawfully upon the premises of the said plaintiff, in the town of Gerry, in the county of Chautauqua, did then and there, by himself, his agents and servants, with teams, horses, oxen, wagons, plows and scrapers, wrongfully and unlawfully excavate the said premises of the plaintiff, and did then and there wrongfully and unlawfully cut timber of the plaintiff

, upon his premises aforesaid, and destroy crops then and there growing, pull

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