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291, 301, 311
66, 68, 160 1. After the Court decided Cos
The Town of Thompson, (13 Blatchf.
C. C. R., 434,) the Court of Appeals
of New York decided, in Horton v.
Town of Thompson, (71 N. Y., 613,
that the Act of the Legislature of
New York, passed April 28th, 1871,
(Lrws of New York, 1871, chap. 809,
74, 75, 76
p. 1838,) validating the irregularities
of the commissioners in issuing the
bonds of the town, was unconstitu-
tional, and, after that decision, this
Court, in an action between the par-
ties to this suit, adhered to the for
mer decision of this Court. In the
present case this Court adhered to
its former decisions, there being no
difficulties in the way of a review of
the case by the Supreme Court. Per.
rine v. Town of Thompson, 18
357, 362 2. The case of The County of Warren
v. Marcy, (97 U. S., 96,) followed, as
261 conclusive against a defence predi.
cated on The People ex rel. Kilbourne
3. Where a plaintiff has the legal title
to coupons, he can sue upon them,
although he bought them merely
with the object of bringing suit upon
151, Pleading, 8
tion of the recovery to some other
624 4. Coupons payable to bearer are prom.
issory notes, within & 1 of the Act of
March 3d, 1875, (18 (1. S. Stat, at
Large, 470,) and the holder of them
is not an assignee, but acquires bis
title by delivery.
See ADMIRALYT, 1 to 3.
See (CRIMINAL LAW, 12, 15, 17.
See CARRIER, 1 to 5,
COLLISION, 9 to 12.
1 G., trustee under the will of J., of
property, to receive its profits, and
pay the same to B. during his life,
regard to goods respecting which
damage is awarded for a breach of a
contract of affreightment by a ves-
sel, the vessel cannot have credit,
against the amount of damage, for
the amount of the rebate. The Eroe,
See ADMIRALTY, 4.
CARRIER, 1 to 5.
estate of G., in her hands as execu-