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1. Aven vs. Beckom-Warranty by administrator, etc., 28, 29. 9. Guerry vs. Durham-Fraud as to return of service, 12, 18. 20. Smith vs. Taylor-Appearance, etc., cures want of service, 14, 587.

25. Chappell vs. Causey-Title when vested in husband-reduction to possession, 30, 77.

39. Short vs. Cohen-Appeal sufficiently entered, 20, 774; 31, 359. 45. Harman vs. Allen-Mechanic's lien binds defendant's interest only, 29, 410.

67. Bryan vs. Duncan-Estoppel by acceptance of trust, 11, 63.

Lend sometimes equivalent to give, 16, 23; 19, 188.

79. Gladney vs. Deavors-Tax Collector's power, 11, 218.

92. Hoskins vs. The State-General verdict allowed where several counts charge different grades of same offence, 12, 316.

109. Lennard vs. Boynton-Hire not stopped by death of slave, 17, 105. 123. Whaley vs. The State-Declarations of negro as evidence, 11, 256 128. Whaley vs. The State-Lien for costs in criminal cases, 18, 494. 159. Wyche vs. Greene-Prior decision stated, 16, 55–6 ; 30, 202–3. Correction or reformation of writings in Equity, 16, 56; 23, 30; 30, 203.

203. Walker vs. Walker-New trial on the evidence, 11, 200.

New trial for entertaining juror, 17, 415.

207. Bassett vs. The Governor-County funds how coerced from collecting officers, 11, 335.

Ministerial and judicial acts distinguished, 29, 157.

258. Scott vs. Haddock-Statute of limitations between trustee and cestui que trust, 18, 124.

282. Greene vs. Barnwell-Grant explained by parol evidence, 16, 525; 28, 389; 25, 143.

294. Sullivan vs. Hearndon-Purchaser not affected by Sheriff's omission, 11, 427.

297. Neal vs. Price-Injunction of fi. fa., when no excuse to Sheriff for not collecting, 26, 437.

305 Jones vs. Dougherty-Writ of error allowed on what judgments, 11, 378; 18, 507; 14, 163.

337. Terry vs. Buffington-Testamentary capacity, 18, 47.

377. Van Ness vs. Cheesborough-Writ of error disallowed on the sanction of a certiorari, 14, 163.

401. Skrine vs. Simmons-Purchase by Administrator, etc., at Sheriff's sale disallowed, 12, 596.

413. Field vs. Jones-Case mentioned, 11, 421.

Receiver not subject to garnishment, 11, 535.

438. Winter vs. Muscogee R. R.-Stockholder's consent required to certain changes, 17, 521.

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453. Central Bank vs. Gibson-Jurisdiction not to be given by consent,

14, 593.

Waiver of exemption from jurisdiction, 14, 593.

Residence of corporation, 17, 326.

Judgment without jurisdiction is void, 18, 49.

459. Thornton vs. Lane-Judge decides the law in civil cases, 12, 495. Recitals in Statutes, 16, 222.

Bank stockholder's ultimate liability, 16, 342; 18, 341;19, 345-69; 26, 74.

Debts of corporation, whether extinguished by dissolution, 16, 344-5; 19, 347; 26, 33, 44, 63-9; 30, 601.

Statutory liability, 18, 341; 26, 73.

Judgment of forfeiture or dissolution, 19, 378; 26, 42, 74.
Statute of limitations on statutory liability, 80, 599.

556. Colquitt vs. Howard-Tenants in common incorporated by Statute, 20, 853-5.

570. McDougald vs. Dougherty-Tender after suit must be made by the defendant, 14, 678.

Amendments to sworn bills are to be verified, 14, 675.
Complainant may control his case, 27, 196.

599. Gilbert vs. Hardwick-Administrator sueing as such must properly describe himself, 16, 192.

607. Nicholson vs. Spencer-Infant's liability for necessaries, 18, 474-7. 615. Mitchum vs. The State-Counsel not to comment on facts not proven, 12, 831.

Declarations admitted as part of the res geste, 18, 643; 27, 297. 636. Rushin vs. Shields-Sufficiency of probate for registry of deed, 17,64; 28, 138; 30, 380.

Copy fi. fa. required instead of an alias, 17, 190.

658. Shorter vs. Hargroves-Administrator held to account to the persons ultimately entitled, 21, 437–8.

Perfect equity good as title in a Court of Equity, 21, 437.

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5. Dent vs. Summerlin-Grant and dissolution of injunction are discretionary, 15, 556; 18, 735.

Dissolution of injunction on denial of equity, 18, 735.

14. Guerry vs. Perryman-Demurrer to bill of review overruled--effect, 30, 766.

36. Prothro vs. Orr--Variance between the title and the body of a Statute-Constitutional provision, 29, 159.

69. Harvey vs. Anderson--History of the case given, 18, 172–4.

Admissions of one who was both executor and legatee received to impeach the will, 14, 309.

77. Jordan vs. Jordan-" Equity follows the law," 15, 84.

Jurisdiction, 15, 84; 18, 678; 20, 381, 651; 22, 192. Equity causes not embraced in the term "civil cases," as used in the Constitution, 18, 678.

93. Neal vs. Crew-Sunday not a day for judicial business, 12, 384. Sunday counted in "Statutory time," but not counted as one of the four days for entering appeals, 14, 123.

104. Neal vs. Briggs (Moultrie)-Bank director's liability for excessive issues, not penal but remedial, 18, 334.

Limitation of actions on Statutory liability, 80, 599.

125. Harper vs. Scott-Purchaser for value without notice, preferred to volunteer, 31, 660.

142. Crawford vs. The State-Evidence read over as taken down in criminal trial, 29, 695.

155. Wright vs. Hicks-Adulterine bastardy, 15, 160-9.

Heir at law disinherited only by disposing of the estate to another, 29, 561.

170. Napier vs. Poc-Conditions precedent to the organization of corporations must be complied with, 17, 589.

189. The Governor vs. Webb-History of the case given, 15, 155. 192. Hunter vs. Stembridge-Case up again and prior decision referred to, 17, 248

195. Fears vs. Brooks-Trustee not requisite to separate estate in wife, 81,728.

208. Tison vs. Tison-Offer to account in hotchpot, 14, 172. 217. Dibble vs. Brown-Party, when competent as a witness, 18, 510. Baggage not restricted to wearing apparel, but may embrace other articles for comfort or amusement, 25, 64.

257. Franklin vs. The Mayor-" Impression," etc., of witness, admitted in evidence, 18, 498.

261. Jessup vs. Gragg,-Amendment of his returns by an officer out of office, 22, 478.

281. Ligon vs. Rogers-History of the case given, 14, 320-1. 340. Garlick vs. Robinson-Title to land not vested in drawer, so as to subject the land to levy and sale, unti: the grant fee paid or grant

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issued, 12, 153; 15, 527; 22, 115; 28, 390; 25, 199. 342. Hargrove vs. Freeman-Statutory liability as a consideration, 15,

181.

357. Miller vs. Hurt-Estate tail-limitation over, 24, 623.

386. Cody vs. Quarterman-Statute of frauds as to parol leases, 18, 458. 417. Holliday vs. Riordon-Exhibit requisite when, 18, 32.

424. Gray vs. McNeal-Jurisdiction, if limited, etc, must appear on face of proceedings-(relaxation of this doctrine), 15, 346.

440. Collier vs. Vason-Description of property by Sheriff, 14, 529. 450. Stamper vs. Griffin-Vendee with bond for titles, has not, as against the vendor, color of title until after payment of the purchase money, and his possession is not adverse, 14, 73; 17, 109, 601. 464, Peterson vs. Orr-Perfect equity, good in ejectment, 29, 26-8.

Bond for titles with purchase money paid, is a legal title, 29, 490. 475. Bank of St. Marys vs. The State-Repeal of penal Statute-Vested right of informer prior to judgment, denied, 16, 361; 26› 37, 46-7, 70, 102; 28, 90; 80, 601-3. Most of the citations are on the question of rendering judgment upon a repealed or expired Statute.

507. Ross vs. Wright-Recovery on lost paper, 30, 546.

514. Banks vs. Clapp-Assignment-fraudulent conveyance, 20, 47. 526. Torrance vs. McDougald--Citation for letters of administration, 19, 226.

534. Hoxey vs. Carey-Bill is filed, when, and when the trial Term, 12, 549; 14, 681; 16, 6.

546. Leonard vs. Stocks-Same as the case above, 14, 681; 16, 6. 553. McDougald vs. Carey-Same as the case above, 14, 681; 16, 6; 20, 35.

Answer in Equity, when to be filed, 20, 35.

564. Brown vs. Clayton-Factor or agent's lien for advances, 18, 52. Bond in attachment attested by one magistrate, and the attachment issued by another, 15, 305.

591. Boswell vs. Blackman-Impeachment of witness on general character, 18, 220.

504. Fleming vs. Foran-Purchase by administrator at his own sale is not void but voidable, 28, 153; 80, 793.

604. Walker vs. Torrance-History of the case given, and prior decision stated, 14, 654-5; 15, 442-3.

Executor's letters not abated by his removal from the State, 28, 388.

613. McDougald vs. Dougherty-Trespass by levy, 18, 392.

615. Van Buren vs. Webster-Pleading Act of 1847 (Jones' Forms)—action on new promise, 18, 381.

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1. Tucker vs. Harris-Ordinary not strictly a Court of limited jurisdiction, 14, 31; 15, 346; 16, 76; 18, 527.

Judgment, notwithstanding waivable irregularities, binds until set aside, 16, 580; 19, 155.

94 Groce vs. Field-Judgment pro confesso is requisite if defendant make default, 16, 5.

41. Wallace vs. Duncan-Ne exeat-certainty of affidavit, 28, 567. 63. Batton vs. Watson-Declarations as part of res gestæ, 18, 643.

Prior proceedings recited, 18, 743.

88. Wall vs. Arrington-Correction or reformation of writings in Equitymistake in mortgage in describing the property, 29, 149.

138. Swift vs. Perry-Attorney, when incompetent as a witness by Act of 1850, 18, 269.

140. Swift vs. Swift-Grant and dissolution of injunction are discretionary, 15, 556; 18, 735.

147. Lowe vs. Morris-Seals, 16, 428.

165. Lowe vs. Morris-Prior decision as to husband's interest under marriage settlement, stated and approved, 16, 368–72.

185. Marshall vs. Moiris-Levy, how far satisfaction, 80, 438-9. 192. Logan vs. Bond-Parol evidence to add to or vary a writing, excluded, 13, 208.

Parol evidence admitted on the ground of fraud, etc., 22, 452. Partnership not chargable with money borrowed by a partner on his own credit, 81, 364, 693.

306. Clayton vs. Thompson-Answer of a defendant as evidence against co-defendant (Admissions), 17, 302.

917. Beall vs. Blake-Process, or waiver of it, requisite, under Act of 1799, 16, 198; 22, 362.

Amendment by attaching process disallowed, 16, 199.

802. Mayor (The) vs. Dickerson-Discharge under Insolvent laws, does not prevent collection out of property, 16, 138.

838. Carr vs. The State-Case again up on new points, 14, 358. 398. Wingard vs. The State-Statement of the points decided, 17, 360. Range of evidence as to time of the offence, 17, 360.

Several games at cards charged in one count, 20, 153-5; 22, 102.

406. Molyneaux vs. Collier-Case again up and prior decision referred to, 17,48; 80, 745.

Consideration of contract to accept a less amount in payment of a greater, 17, 48; 80, 745.

425. Royston vs. Royston-Partition by sale-Case again up and prior decision stated, 21, 171.

485. Elkins vs. The State-Retailer without license, in corporate town, etc., not amenable to Penal Code of 1833, 14, 356; 26, 605. Indictment, when to negative provisoes and exceptions, 26, 605.

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