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1. Levy vs. Cohen-Delivery by deposit in post office, 27, 247. 26. Mayor (The) vs. The State-Conformity of statute to its title, 6, 27; 21, 630.

47. Bostwick vs. Perkins-Judgment without jurisdiction is void, 9, 246; 11, 455; 19, 397; 20, 798.

Judgment with jurisdiction is conclusive, 9, 246; 10, 70; 19, 397; 20, 798.

Waiver of objections to jurisdiction, 11, 459; 18, 183.

52. Dudley vs. Mallory-Amendment refused after demurrer sustained to the whole bill, 4, 376.

Deed and will in the same instrument, 6, 529.

Deed and will distinguished, 22, 465.

68. Cooper vs. The Mayor-Persons of color not citizens nor entitled to political rights, 6, 100.

75. Spalding vs. Grigg-Manumission, 6, 547.

Deed and will distinguished, 18, 522; 22, 465.

Limitation of actions-permissive possession, 10, 306–10.

95. Young vs. Hall-Misrepresentation, 6, 481; 19, 312. 101. Hartridge vs. Wesson-Brief of evidence, 5, 400; 8, 112. Notice of dishonor, 24, 445.

106. Stubbs vs. Goodal-Parol evidence, 4, 279; 6, 52–3, 79; 80,

273.

115. Moody vs. Fleming-Adverse possession, 5, 14. Discretion not controlled unless abused, 11,

123. Baily vs. Mizell-Lien of judgment, 5, 157. Subrogation of surety, 5, 362; 12, 61.

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148. Clements vs. Henderson-Administrator's sale-compliance with legal requisites, 8, 243; 11, 427.

157. Johnson vs. Bemis-Motion for new trial, 21, 161.

161. Neal vs. Kerrs-Mortgage with notice of prior lien, 18, 443-8 ; 18, 355.

170. Armis vs. Barker-New trial on the evidence, 11, 206.

175. Bellamy vs. Woodson-Fraud in bankrupt's discharge, 9, 15. 185, Chambers vs. McDowell-Agreement never to sue, 5, 552.

203. Martin vs. Philips-Amendments liberally allowed, 7, 106. 208. Wilder vs. Lumpkin-Retroactive laws-Legislative construction,

9, 216..

221. Nisbet vs. Walker-Usury, 7, 125.

266. Collins vs. Everett-Parol evidence, 6, 52-3, 81.

Maker and indorser distinguished, 26, 224.

287. Matthews vs. Poythress-Bona fide purchaser protected, 4, 444; 8,

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Affirmative and negative testimony, 12, 216.
Competency of witness, 12, 75.

308. Conyers vs. Kenan-Fraud as a reply to Statute of limitations, 8,

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515; 12, 375; 80, 304.

Possession of occupant extends how far, 9, 448 ; 15, 545–7.
Possession under the owner, 22, 288.

319. Stephens vs. Beal-Wife's right by survivorship, 9, 333.
329. Park vs. The State-Evidence of forfeiture, 9, 53.

335. McLane vs. The State-Time of offence-allegation and proof, 11, 57.

343. Lumpkin vs. Mills-Priority in distribution-subrogation of surety, 5,285.

356. Newton vs. Nunnally-Levy when satisfaction, 8, 196. 360. Craft vs. Jackson-Interrogatories, 6, 183; 9, 302. New trial on the evidence, 11, 206.

377. McGinnis vs. Foster-Vested estate, 4, 464; 19, 184. Sale for division, 19. 184.

393. Strickland vs. Maddox-Appeal lies when, 20, 12. 397. Jones vs. Whitehead-Discharge of surety, 12, 137.

404. Beall vs. Fox-Equity jurisdiction of Superior Court, 6, 56; 8, 42; 9,67; 1O, 281; 11, 186.

Adoption of the Common Law, 8, 42; 10, 281; 11, 186.
Charitable uses-43 Elizabeth, 23, 114.

428. Hall vs. Page-Sale by tenant in common-Trover, 6, 88.

Garnishment-protection of collaterals-holder's title, 18, 655; 80, 154.

445. Vance vs. Crawford-Manumission, 6, 549; 16, 520; 18, 159. Return of legacy before caveating will, 14, 369.

Amendment after appeal from the Ordinary, 18, 473.

Legacy in trust for emancipated slave, 25, 429.

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509. Williams vs. The City Council-" Criminal case," not a breach of City Ordinance, 14, 356.

Trial by jury, 14, 358.

516. Carter vs. Anderson-Decision stated and reviewed, 9, 249.

Judgment-effect.

18, 31.

Irregular and void judgments, 9, 249;

Dismission of administrator-effect, 9, 249; 18, 31.

525. Beall vs. Powell-Service of citation and notice, 8, 255.

528. Graybill vs. Warren-Interest runs on specific legacy, 5, 311; 81,

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571. Rice vs. Tarver-Parties in Equity, who requisite, 6, 468; 10,7. Jurisdiction over the defendants, in Equity, 10, 19; 12, 80; 18, 678; 22, 192.

History of the case, 10, 19.

"Civil cases," held not to include Equity causes, 18, 678.

Right to object to jurisdiction is personal to each defendant, 28, 483.

593. Leary vs. Durham-Warranty of title runs with the land, 10, 317; 24,537.

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6. Fain vs. Gathright-Conditions on which a party's name may be used, 6, 211; 7,388.

Statute of limitations-Adverse possession, 7, 392; 12, 450–7; 14,72-3; 17, 109.

Color of title, 7, 392; 12, 450-7; 14, 72-3; 17, 109.

22. Wells vs. Strange-Multifariousness, 5, 576.

29. Brown vs. Wright-Returns of administrators, &c., only prima facie evidence, 6, 275.

Judgment of Ordinary-Whether conclusive, 6, 275; 18, 175. 34. Branch Bank of Alabama vs. Kirkpatrick-Statute of limitations— Repeal by implication, 10, 168; 15, 14.

39. Johnson vs. Lancaster-Limitation of actions-Adverse possession, 7, 392.

Ejectment on prior possession alone, 11, 121; 12, 471; 80 657.

Limitation available to either party, 7, 353.

48. Howell vs. The State-Threats, 5, 136.

Continuance on the ground of public excitement, 9, 127; 14, 14; 26, 601.

56. Oglesby vs. Gilmore-Prior decision explained, 8, 96.

Administrator de bonis non, 10, 271; 11, 602; 16, 153.
Retrospective laws, 11, 602; 16, 153.

66. Tarver vs. Cowart-Administrator not to reckon in his favor, on Statute of limitations, first twelve months, 12, 562.

85. Monroe vs. The State-Doubts not to be expressed to jury as to competency of evidence, &c., 6, 349; 11, 536.

Threats, 81, 420.

Jurors heard in their own vindication, 7, 144; 9, 126; 14, 712; 15, 241; but not to impeach their verdict, 9, 126; 12, 28; unless confirmatory, &c., 12, 28.

Separation of Jurors, 10, 84; 14, 15,16.

Declarations--resgestae, 11, 622–3–7; 81, 420.

Objection to juror discovered after trial, 12, 28; 14, 712. Juror disqualified by expressing opinion formed on rumor, 14, 712.

Evidence of fear, &c., 19,7; 81, 420.

153. Kollock, vs. Jackson-Factor's lien, 19, 75.

166. Humphries vs. Chastain-Partner's power after dissolution, 25,

717.

171. Biggers vs. Pace-Sale when complete and title passed, 7, 254. Purchase and refusal to deliver-action for damages, 25, 395. 176. Litchton vs. McDougald-Attachment lien, 18, 338; 15, 370–3. 178. Colley vs. Morgan-Bond on ca sa, 1O, 251-2; 25, 465.

Negligent escape, 25, 465.

185. Tift vs. Griffin-Jurisdiction, if limited or special, must appear on

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face of proceedings, 12, 426.

Tax execution issued by ministerial act, 29, 157.

194 Flint River Company vs. Foster-Legislative power conceded to be large, 6, 151.

Judgment without notice or hearing, 9, 188.

Trial by jury “as heretofore used,” 19, 629.

217. Wynn vs. Lee-Limitation as to non-residents-repeal of Statutes, 5, 36.

239. Hall vs. Carey—Inquiry into holder's title, 9, 591.

245. Daniels vs. Kyle-Diligence-demand and notice, 30, 274. 261. Watkins vs. Woolfolk--Limitation-adverse possession, 7, 392. Limitation available to either party, 7, 353.

274. Davis vs. Smith-Bond for titles ranks in distribution as a specialty, 8, 109; 14, 381-2; 24, 611.

Measure of damages on bond for titles, 9, 134.
Administrator's duty and risk, 10, 73; 24, 610.

"Obligations" construed, 14, 381; 21, 510.

Administrator's power to sue in a foreign State, 24, 371.

Prior decision stated, 24, 610-11.

Payment by note, 24, 611.

Subrogation of surety, 24, 611.

298. Hicks vs. Ayer-Judgment confessed after submission to jury, 18,

182.

Appeal after confession of judgment, 29, 538.

315. Water Lot Company vs. Bucks-Loss of relief in Equity by delay to apply, 9, 429.

335. Tillinghast vs. Walton-Incompetent Commissioner, 5, 429; 8, 427; 19, 406,632.

341. Miller vs. Cotten-Bill must state the facts fully, 6, 599.

Parol trust-parol evidence, 6, 590, 602-7-9, 620-5-6-7; 18, 198-9-200; 28, 434.

Fraud, 6, 613–27.

Writing the best evidence, 18, 198.

373. Wynn vs. Cox-Parol evidence, 18, 198; 81, 408.

390. Martin vs. Atkinson-Amendment of sworn answer, 7, 100; 11,

183; 18, 412.

Case again up on new points, 7, 228.

404. Adams vs. Barrett-Illegal contract, 7, 256; 9, 148, 404.

Prosecution for felony, &c., before recovery for damages, 9, 559 : 16, 205.

424. Glanton vs. Griggs-Interrogatories-Incompetent Commissioner, 8, 427; 14, 74; 19, 406.

Garnishment, and subsequent transfer of note, 8, 549.

Precautions in taking evidence by interrogatories, 14, 74.

441. Holder vs. The State-Charge of Court-Opinion and direction on the facts, 6, 297; 10, 109; 22, 83.

Grading homicide, 10, 109; 22, 83; 29, 605.

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Jury are judges of the law, 22, 485; 29, 605.

456. Beall vs. Mann-Charge of Court-Opinion on the facts, 6, 297. Presumption against a will prepared by a legatee, 12, 77; 24,

329.

482. Christian vs. Penn-Case again up on new points, 7, 434.

486. Dickinson vs. McCamy-Limitations-new promise, 6, 489, 589; 15, 398.

491. Walker vs. The State-Bastardy, 23, 234.

497. Dearing vs. Bank of Charleston-Case again up on new points, 6, 581.

Jurisdiction over citizen of foreign State, 8, 89–90–3.

Waiver by appearance and pleading, 8, 94–95; 11, 24; 18, 183.

527. Georgia Railroad & Banking Company vs. Harris-Judgment rendered by consent out of county of defendant's residence, 11, 458-9.

544. Malendy vs. Hungerford-Notice under insolvent Act, 12, 385. 546. Nagle vs. The City Council-Ordinance regulating the exercise of a right, 10, 534.

571. Warthen vs. Brantley-Multifariousness, 8, 239; 9, 281; 10, 117; 21, 12.

576. Anthony vs. Brooks-Injunction of trespass, 8, 120; 11, 251, 296.

Claim bond, 8, 257.

582. Anderson vs. Darien Bank--Notice of signing bill of exceptions, 8,

255.

Filing writ of error and citation, 12, 603.

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