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. In a plea of justification by the
Marshal, for not levying an exe-
. A defective declaration may be
aided by the plea, and a defective
In a declaration upon a covenant
. Where it was averred in such a
mance of the Corporation of the
ton v. Young
9. An appeal under the Judiciary
Acts of 1789, c. 20, s. 22. and of
10. The mode of taking the security,
and the time for perfecting it, are
11. Although a consul may claim for
“subjects unknown” of his na-
ADMIRALTY, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33,
lates exeeutions issuing from the
place in the State laws and prac-
tice. Ib. 31
-5. The statutes of Kentucky con-
cerning executions, which require
6. The act of assembly of Kentucky
of the 21st of December, 1821,
erty taken under execution, for
7. The laws of the United States
authorize the Courts of the Union
ject by the State laws in force at
8. Where the manager of a lottery,
drawn in pursuance of an ordi-
Chancery, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8,
See ADMIRALTY, 42.
. Seizures made, jure belli, by non-
commissioned captors, are made
of prize can be derived but from
See Admiralty, 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7, 8,
See Admiralty, 14, 15.
Cases concerning, collected in Appen-
STATUTES OF KENTUCKY.
See AdmiRALTY, 21.
STATUTES OF RHODE
See Local LAw, 6.
See Local LAw, 7.
1. In a contract for the loan of mo-