Law miscellany. 1782-1788. HLS MS 4218, Harvard Law School Library.

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A lawyer's commonplace book of New Hampshire cases. Contains summaries of cases covering such topics as trespass, witnesses, injuries, bailbonds, and counterfeit money. Possibly kept by Jonathan Sewell.

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Law Miscellany. Feb. 14 5

"A man shall not be obliged to answer up on his Oath what is to make him forfeit his place or freehold, but it ought to be proved against him", 1 Salk. 550 July 8, 1788. furnishing evid. ag'. oneself. Const. ns & 15.

uncertainty as to time (of performing labour & service &c) and entity in a quantum meruit does not vitiate it is enough to say how much he reasonably deserved to have" 1 Salk 557 1 Show 342,

In a plea of the Case for that whereas one TS al said be on the [blank space] day of was justly indebted to the plat. in the sum of £20, and whereas the said D there on the same day was also justly indebted to the said TS in the sum of £20 of the like lawful money the said D there afterwards on the same day

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