Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Illinois, Volum 60

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Side 215 - So if a man gives another a cuff on the ear, though it cost him nothing, no not so much as a little diachylon, yet he shall have his action, for it is a personal injury. So a man shall have an action against another for riding over his ground, though it do him no damage; for it is an invasion of his property, and the other has no right to come there.
Side 578 - the rule for jurisdiction is that nothing shall be intended to be out of the jurisdiction of a superior court but that which specially appears to be so, and, on the contrary, nothing shall be intended to be within the jurisdiction of an inferior court but that which is so expressly alleged;" and this rule has been so frequently repeated as to have become a maxim in the law.
Side 214 - ... every injury imports a damage, though it does not cost the party one farthing, and it is impossible to prove the contrary ; for a damage is not merely pecuniary, but an injury imports a damage, * when a man is thereby hindered of his riff/it.
Side 172 - Todd delivered the opinion of the court: This was an action on the case brought by the plaintiff...
Side 532 - It appears that the parties to this suit were, for a time, partners as sutlers for the army, and afterwards took one Robinson into the firm. This action was brought to recover a balance claimed to be due from plaintiff in error on a settlement of the affairs of the firm; but it is urged by plaintiff in error that the evidence fails to show a final settlement, the ascertainment of the balance due, and a promise to pay the same. It is the settled law of this court that one partner...
Side 522 - A policy of insurance one of the conditions of which is that "in case of any sale, transfer or change of title in the property insured, such insurance shall be void and cease," is avoided by a conveyance which is absolute in form, though given as security for a debt merely.
Side 333 - The old rule for jurisdiction is, that nothing shall be intended to be out of the jurisdiction of the Superior Court but that which specially appears to be so...
Side 234 - ... the case was tried before the court and a jury, resulting in a verdict and judgment in favor of the plaintiff for the sum of $3,404.50.
Side 364 - ... surprise on the defendant which might otherwise ensue on the trial, the plaintiff must, in general, state the particular damage which he has sustained, or he will not be permitted to give evidence of it.
Side 336 - In summary proceedings, where a court exercises an extraordinary power under a special statute prescribing its course, we think that course ought to be exactly observed, and those facts especially which give jurisdiction, ought to appear, in order to show that its proceedings are coram judice.

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