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1762. 1762. June 1. C. Basset complains of Jerus ha Beth i a h junr. Lucinda Mahew and Mercy Chase and a Warrant issues without Seal and directed to Coroner and General who on said day serves it on all three and lets them go . Oct. 9. Coroner Allen serves it again on Jerusha and takes her before M. Mahew who binds her to Court and makes a Mittimus directed only to the Goaler. Oct. 25. Coroner
Warninig. Shurtleffe. J. Mar shall went from Plym pton to Mid dleborough 21. Dec. 1753. Mr. Josiah Marshal. Came to Plymp ton Augt. 1747 till 20th Novr. 1753. Then to Midd leborough , returned to Ply mpton 7th July 1758. Was Grammar School Master at Midd leborough . I went to Pembroke 4 yr. ago and kept school there 2 yr. and 2 months.
Defendant It may be part of a great plan to get Representat ion over that Paper. It is true he made the Story for he drew it up. Plaintiff put in memorial to cross Col. Cotton. The Committee had no business to sign said Certificate. The design of the Paper was to fix a Lye upon Nye and was a parlimentary paper. “A lying Paper,” no Slander. This was not Forgery. 485 Bac. 4. HPC 185 The House of...
Mr. Adams . The grass was good till it was pastured and the bushes grew up; if the mill had not been built, his neglect would have filld up the natural Course and spoil’d the Meadow. Why did not he bring his action in the time of it? He has no damages for what he bought 5 years ago. The fall of water. I knew a meadow. Duke of Bridgwater’s Cannel. Paine Law Notes . The writ alleged the flooding...
S. Quincy . Wm. Gray, day before Some mention of Effigies. R said he hoped if these was before Importers Doors there be a Dust beat up, wish’d the 14. Regiment there. They would Cut up the d——d Yankees. Some time before he said he would give the Devil a Supper of them if— He has also said he would not hurt any body unless they hurt him. Deb. Warner. I was Looking out of my Shop door, I saw R...
Motion for new Trial. Deming. Foreman. Mr. Lothrop was satisfied as to Fact, but not Law. Mr. Clap not so fully satisfied as to Law. I told him the Court knew the Law. We all agreed about 1/2 an hour before we came in on Rich ardson . Lothrop. I did not fall in so soon as some, for I thought the time might be as well spent in Argument. Jury in Gen eral thought if the verdict was not agreeable...
Q uestion of the Jury Prisoner having a Right by Statute of W. to a Copy of the Panel. Court divided on the question whether the Prisoner not a list of Jury be a Cause of Chall enge . To two of em viz. Jona. Day and Edmund Billings Council on both sides agreed they should not be sworn and no Exception taken. Q uestion of putting several Homicides into one Indictment. Q uestion of the Rights of...
Mr. Quincy. 3 Inst. 47 4 Black 195. Definition of Murder 1 Haw. p. 80. §18. What killing of Malice prepense. 1 H.H. 451 F. 261 §3 3 Inst. 62 Key. 127. “He that doth a cruel act voluntarily doth it of Malice prepense.” Paine Massacre Notes . See Descriptive List of Sources and Documents . 3 Coke, Institutes Third Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England; concerning High Treason and other...
Adams. It is certain a great bitterness between Soldiers and Inhabitants. No Evidence applys to Soldiers in Goal nor to Capt. Preston. It was Prestons duty on the message to him to go and take all the Care he could of his men and protect them. The Ev He had Account of the assault. Had the Centry been a private Citizen and Capt. a Citizen it was his duty to go to assist. He order ed Corporal...
Auchmuty. Something horrid in agitation by the Bells ringing. I have but little Charity for those that can only see on one side. Palmes Evidence may be opposed to all the Crown Evidence. Positive Evidence always outweighs negative. Persons Surrounded by threatening People may in Certain Cases defend themselves. 1 H. p. 71, ch. 28, §14. Killing dangerous Rioters is Lawful. §23. In endeavouring...