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FROM APRIL TERM, 1794, TO NOVEMBER TERM,
1805, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,
RULES AND ORDERS OF THE COURT
TO THE PRESENT TIME.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY I. RILEY.
DISTRICT OF New-York, ss.
the thirty-third year of the Independence of the United States of America, I. Riley, of the said District, hath deposited in this Office the Title of a Book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words following, to wit:
“Reports of Cases of Practice, determined in the Supreme Court of “ Judicature of the State of New-York ; from April Term, 1794, to “ November Term, 1805, both inclusive. To which is prefixed, all “ the Rules and Orders of the Court to the present time."
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EDWARD DUNSCOMB, Clork of the District of New-York.
A Second Edition of Coleman's Cases of Practice having been called for, the Editor, by the advice of several professional gentlemen, has added the Cases subsequently decided, and printed in the reports of Mr. Caines. It was his intention to have included the cases since 1805, but it was found they would swell the book to an inconvenient size. They will appear in a future volume as soon as a sufficient number can be obtained for that purpose.
The present volume, it is hoped, will be found useful to the gentlemen of the bar, and particularly to those who are more immediately concerned in the practice of the court, to whom a knowledge of the judicial decisions by which the proceedings in an action are to be regulated, is not less essential than an acquaintance with the general rules and orders established by the court. To render this collection more useful, all the rules and orders to the present time have been prefixed.
New York, July 15, 1808.
TABLE OF CASES.
446 Bird et al. v. Pierpoint,
63 ABEEL v. Wolcott et al. 229
Bird et al. ads. Murray et al.
476 Anonymous, 160, 176, 345, 399, 406, Boyce v. Morgan,
466 408, 409, 419, 426, 428, 456, 461, Bogert v. Bancroft,
Bodwell v. Willcox,
304 Bowne v. Shaw,
121 Andrews v. Andrews,
100 Burr v. Skinner,
312 Arden et al. v. Rice et al.
112 227 Byron and anor. ads. Lefferts, Arjo v. Monteiro,
Broome v. Beardsley,
493 Atterbury v. Teller, junior, 309
Bradt v. Cray,
Brandt, ex dem. Palmer, v. BerBach and Bach v. Coles,
434 rian, Ball v. Ryers,
435 Brandt, ex dem. Walton, v. Bain y. Thomas and Green, 359 Ogden,
419 Baker and Sloane v. Sleight, she- Brooks v. Hunt,
444 riff of Essex, 343 Brown v. Smith,
430 Baker ads. Burns,
78 Brevoort v. Sayre and Hurd, 419 Ballard and Parkman, ads.Kibbe Bradt v. Way et ux.
361 and Ludlow, 56 Brett and Bunn v. Hood,
259 Bayard v. Malcom and Malcolm, 456 Brandt, ex dem. Van Courtlandts, Berry, who is impleaded with
v. Buckhout and Buckhout, 186 Bushbee, ads. Elles et al. as- Brain v. Rodelicks and Shivers, 176 signees, &c. 62 Brooks v. Patterson,
133 Beebe ads. Paddock,
135 Britt and anor. v. Van Orden, 99 Bedle et ux. v. Willett, 148 Brown v. Mitchell,
88 Bell et al. v. Rhinelander, 155 Branson ads. Boardman,
51 Bergen and Garrilson v. Boerum, 404 Brantingham's case,