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4920, Patent,

71

TOWN BONDS.
4921, Patent,

291, 301, 311
4922, Patent,

66, 68, 160 1. After the Court decided Cos
4972, Bankruptcy,

404

The Town of Thompson, (13 Blatchf.
4979, Bankruptcy,

405

C. C. R., 434,) the Court of Appeals
4986, Bankruptcy,

405

of New York decided, in Horton v.
4991, Bankruptcy,

74, 75

Town of Thompson, (71 N. Y., 613,
5014, Bankruptcy,

74

that the Act of the Legislature of
5067, Bankruptcy,

74

New York, passed April 28th, 1871,
5068, Bankruptcy,

74, 75
5069, Bankruptcy,

(Lrws of New York, 1871, chap. 809,

74, 75, 76
5070, Bankruptcy,

p. 1838,) validating the irregularities
74, 75

of the commissioners in issuing the
5071, Bankruptcy,

74, 75

bonds of the town, was unconstitu-
6106, Bankruptcy,

404

tional, and, after that decision, this
5129, Bankruptcy,

348

Court, in an action between the par-
6134, National Banks,

260

ties to this suit, adhered to the for
5139, National Banks,

259, 261

mer decision of this Court. In the
5151, National Backs, 259, 261
5152, National Banks,

present case this Court adhered to
261

its former decisions, there being no
5172, National Banks,

difficulties in the way of a review of
5210, National Banks,

261

the case by the Supreme Court. Per.
5346, Assault,

238

rine v. Town of Thompson, 18
5413, National Bank Currency, 358
6415, National Bank Currency,

359
5434, Forgery,

357, 362 2. The case of The County of Warren
5434, Forgery,

357, 362

v. Marcy, (97 U. S., 96,) followed, as
5600, National Banks,

261 conclusive against a defence predi.

cated on The People ex rel. Kilbourne
LOUISIANA.
v. Benedict.

id.
1868, August 11th, Lotteries, 555, 565

3. Where a plaintiff has the legal title
NEW YORK.

to coupons, he can sue upon them,

although he bought them merely
1869, April 19th, Town Bonds,

240

with the object of bringing suit upon
1871, April 28th, Town Bonds, 18, 19 them in this Court, and intending, if
Old Code of Procedure, S3 143 to 148, be collected them, to pay over a por.

151, Pleading, 8
Code of Procedure, $ 977, Practice, 366,

tion of the recovery to some other
person.

id.
524
Code of Procedure, S 980, Practice, 366,

624 4. Coupons payable to bearer are prom.

issory notes, within & 1 of the Act of

March 3d, 1875, (18 (1. S. Stat, at
STEAM VESSEL.

Large, 470,) and the holder of them

is not an assignee, but acquires bis
See ADMIRALTY, 4.

title by delivery.

id.
COLLISION.

SURETY,

TRIAL.

See ADMIRALYT, 1 to 3.

See (CRIMINAL LAW, 12, 15, 17.

T

TOWAGE,

TRUST.

See CARRIER, 1 to 5,

COLLISION, 9 to 12.

1 G., trustee under the will of J., of

property, to receive its profits, and

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pay the same to B. during his life,

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with remainder over to the plaintiffs,
turned over the property absolutely

VESSEL.
to B., who lost it. The plaintiffs 1. Where a rebate of duties is niade in
brought this suit against L., the ex.
ecutrix of G., claiming not only that

regard to goods respecting which
she had assets belonging to the estate

damage is awarded for a breach of a
of G., but that G. had conveyed to

contract of affreightment by a ves-

sel, the vessel cannot have credit,
her, she being then his wife, without
consideration, property of his own,

against the amount of damage, for

the amount of the rebate. The Eroe,
more than was a reasonable provision

16
for her in view of his violation of

See ADMIRALTY, 4.
said trust, and probably intending to

CARRIER, 1 to 5.
defeat such liability, which she un-

NEGLIGENCE, 1.
derstood: Held, that, in addition to
responding for the assets of the es-
tate, she must respond, and in this

W
suit, for the property so conveyed to
her. Beatty v. Hinckley, 398

WAR.
2. The whole claim is one against the See GUARDIAN, 1.

estate of G., in her hands as execu-
trix, and the bill is not multifarious.

WARD.
id.

See GUARDIAN.

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