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    Longman v. Mein; Wright & Gill v. Mein: 1770–1771

    From: Adams Papers | Legal Papers of John Adams | Volume 1 | E. Commercial Law | Longman v. Mein; Wright & Gill v. Mein: 1770–1771

    The Jury found a Verdict for the Sum sued for. Kent moved that the Verdict should be rejected. I deny’d the Power of the Court to reject it, and said if he would move for a new Tryal, that would not be without a Precedent in the Superiour Court tho it would in an inferiour Court. 13 Ed. 1. c. 30. Barrington Obs. on Stat. 103. “Item ordinatum est quod Justitiarii ad Assisas capiendas assignati,...
    At a Time, when the Barriers against Popery, erected by our Ancestors, are suffered to be destroyed, to the hazard even of the Protestant Religion: When the system of the civil Law which has for so many Ages and Centuries, been withstood by the People of England, is permitted to become fashionable: When so many Innovations are introduced, to the Injury of our Constitution of civil Government:...