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February Term, 1824. 1. No certiorari for diminution of the record sball be hereafter awarded, in any cause, unless a motion therefor shall be made in writing, and the facts on which the same is founded shall, if not admitted by the other party, be verified by affidavit. And all motions for such certiorari shall be made at the first term of the entry of the cause ; otherwise the same shall not be granted, unless upon special cause shown to the Court, accounting satisfactorily for the delay.
2. In all cases of equity and admiralty jurisdiction heard in this Court, no objection shall hereafter be allowed to be taken to the admissibility of apy deposition, deed, grant, or other exbibit found in the record, as evidence, unless objection was taken thereto in the Court below, and entered of record; but the same shall otherwise be deemed to have been admitted by consent.
3. On Saturday of each week during the sitting of the Court, motions, in cases pot required by the rules of Court to be put upon the docket, shall be entitled to preference, if such motions shall be made before the Court shall have entered upon the bearing of a cause upon the docket.
DENCE. PLEADING. . . . . . . . 581
738 Bank of the United States v. Planters’ Bank of Georgia,
[ConstituTIONAL Law. . . . .: 904 Burr, (Ez parte) (Practice.] . . . . . 529 Brodie, Catlett v.) [PRACTICE.]
553 Baits v. Peters, [EXTINGUISHMENT.] .
469 Dors, (Sebree v.) (LOCAL LAW. PROMISSORY No Danforth v. Wear, (Local Law.] : . . ..
The Emily and the Caroline, (INSTANCE COURT. SLAVE
TRADE Acts.] · ·
489 · Ex parte Burr, (PRA JICE.)
529 Ex parte Wood, (PATENT. Practice.)
TICE.]. . 603 . : F. The Fanny (PRIZE.) . . . . . : 658
Love o. Simms, (LOCAL Law.) . . . : :
STATUTE.} . ini save TRADE Acts.} 391. The Merido et al. (INSTANCE COURT. SLAVE TRADE ACTs.} 391. The Margaret alias Carlos Fernanda, (INSTANCE Court. : SHIP REGISTRY Act.]. . .
421 Mason V. Muncaster, LOCAL LAW. ' . .
445 M^Cargo, (Stephens o.) (LOCAL Law.)
502 Moon, (Kerr v.) [Lex Loci ] . .
565 M'İver o. Watties, (PRACTICE.) , Miller o. Stewart, (SURETY.]
Ogden, (Gibbons o.) (CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.) . .: 1
579 Planters Bank of Georgia, (Bank of the United States o.). [CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.) . .. . .. 9
R. Riggs' o. Tayloe, (EVIDÍENCE.} : .. 483 Robertson, (Peyton o.) (JURISDICTION.]
. : 527 Renner d. Bank of Columbia, (PROMISSOBY 'Noth. Evr
DENCE. PLBADING.) .... . . . . . 381
Sebree o. Dort, (Local Law. PRORIBIORY Nors.]
Stewart, (Miller o.) (SURETY.) . . . . .
680 Stewart o. Ingle, [PRACTICE.) Smith o. M'Iver, (CHANCERY. JURISDIC
532 Simms, (Love o.) (LOCAL Law.] ...,
515 Smith, (Kirk o.) (LOCAL Law.] : . Somerville, (M‘Creery o.) (LOCAL LAW.
or STATUTE.) . . . . . The St. Jago de Cuba, [INSTANCE COURT. Slavi
Acts. LIEN OF MATERIAL Max.] . Stephens o. M'Cargo, LLOCAL Law.] : . , . 502
T. . Taylor v. Mason, [DEVISE.)
SE.! ... •.. 925 Tea, (200 chests of,) (INSTANCE COURT.) . Thompson, (Doddridge o.) (LOCAL Law.] . Tayloe, (Riggs, o.) [EVIDENCE.) . .
483 Torrance, (Mollan v.) (PRACTICX. JURISDICTTO Turder, (Walker o.) (Local Law.] :
541 U. United States o. Perez, (PRACTICB.) . United States, (Walton o.) [CONSTRUCTION OF ST. United States v. Kirkpatrick, (SURBTY.]
W. Walker 0. Turner, (LOCAL LAW.] .
541 Walden o. Craig, (PRACTICE.} ,
576 Wood,(Ex parte) (PATENT. PRACTICE.) . Wattles, (M'Iver o.) (PRACTICE.) . Walton ò. United States, (CONSTRUCTION OF STATUTE.
РелстicЕ.) Wear, (Danforth o.) (LOCA Lainey : : . 1
The case of Ogden o. Saunders, and the causes involving the question of the validity of the State bankrupt or insolvent laws, which were argued at the present term, by Mr. Clay, Mr. D. B. Ogden, and Mr. Haines, for the validity, and by Mr. Webster and Mr. Wheaton, against it, were continued to the next term, for advisement. It is the intention of the Editor to publish a separate account of these cases, on the rising of the Court at the next term, and in anticipation of the annual publication of the Reports.
It is also his intention to commence with the uext térm a new series of the Reports, and to reduce the size of the type, so as to give room for the matter produced by the increased business of the Court, without swelling the volume to an inconvenient bulk.