Reports of Cases Tried in the Jury Court: From the Institution of the Court in 1815, to [July, 1830] ...

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Strana 521 - ... for a rule to show cause why a new trial should not be granted...
Strana 45 - Jervis came to court this term, and obtained a rule to show cause why the verdict should not be set aside, and a new trial had; that verdict being against the directions of the judge.
Strana 157 - Liberty of criticism must be allowed, or we should neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science. That publication, therefore, I shall never consider as a libel, which has for its object not to injure the reputation of any individual, but to correct misrepresentations of fact, to refute sophistical reasoning, to expose a vicious taste in literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality.
Strana 391 - Chancery, or his depute or substitute ; and it shall not be necessary to have the seal appointed by the Treaty of Union to be kept and used in Scotland in place of the Great Seal thereof...
Strana 489 - Scotland do direct an issue to try whether ' the instruments of trust-disposition and deed of entail, both ' dated the 7th day of October 1808, sought to be reduced, being ' in law probative instruments, were not, or either of them, was ' not the deeds or deed of the Earl of Fife...
Strana 151 - Whether the pursuer is falsely, maliciously, and injuriously held out and represented as being one of the public teachers, by •whom young men who come as students to the university of Edinburgh have their religious principles perverted, and their reverence for holy things sneered away, to the injury and damage of the said pursuer ? 417 The damages were laid at 5,000/.
Strana 348 - ... proved ; but in the second, malice must be stated and proved, as it is the ground of the action. Whether a case falls within the one class or the other is a question for the court ; but whether malice is proved rests entirely with the jury.
Strana 348 - ... slander may be considered as of two kinds, — either the defender has, or he has not, a right to speak of the pursuer. If he has not, then he is liable if the accusation is false. If he has the right, then he is protected, unless he maliciously makes the M'Queen v.
Strana 161 - When the matter in fact will clearly serve for your client, although your opinion is, that the plaintiff has no cause of action, yet take heed you do not hazard the matter upon a demurrer; in which upon the pleading, and otherwise, more perhaps will arise than you thought of; but first take advantage of the matters of fact, and leave matters in law, which always arise upon the matters in fact ad ultimum...
Strana 150 - Whether the whole or any part of the said words, are of and concerning the pursuer ? And whether the pursuer is therein falsely, maliciously, and injuriously represented, and held up to ridicule and contempt, as ignorant of the Hebrew language, and even of the Hebrew alphabet, or as being guilty of impertinence, or of disliking the Hebrew language, merely because it is the...

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