Martin's Bench and Bar of Philadelphia: Together with Other Lists of Persons Appointed to Administer the Laws in the City and County of Philadelphia, and the Province and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

R. Welsh & Company, 1883 - 326 Seiten
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Seite 138 - The judges of the court of common pleas of each county, any two of whom shall be a quorum, shall compose the court of quarter sessions of the peace, and orphans...
Seite 99 - Assembly, shall, on the three and twentieth day of the second month, yearly, elect and present to the governor, or his deputy, a double number of persons to serve for sheriffs, justices of the peace, and coroners, for the year next ensuing; out of which respective elections and presentments...
Seite 214 - At a General Assembly of the Province of | Pennsylvania, begun and holden at Phi- | ladelphia, the Fourteenth Day of October, Anno Dom.
Seite 119 - Laws may be operated by an unlicensed person, shall be inspected internally and externally once each year, between the first day of June and the first...
Seite viii - Causidicus wrote under a misapprehension, when they gave testimony concerning the usages of the bar with regard to bags, at the close of the last and the beginning of the present century?
Seite 201 - Case decided in the supreme court of the United States, in February, 1793, in which is discussed the question, " whether a state be liable to be sued by a private citizen of another state !
Seite 187 - An Appendix; containing a Summary of such Acts of Assembly As have been formerly in Force within this Province, For Regulating of Descents and Transferring the Property of Lands, etc.
Seite 136 - Lieutenants, full power and authoritie to appoint and establish any Judges and Justices, Magistrates and Officers whatsoever, for what Causes soever, for the probates of wills, and for the granting of...
Seite 215 - Year of | the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the Third,| by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland,| King, Defender of the Faith, &c.| and from thence continued by several Prorogations to the Tenth Day of | January, 1765, being the Fourth Session of the Twelfth Parliament of | Great Britain.
Seite 136 - Whenever a dispute upon, a matter of fact arises before any Register's Court the said court shall, at the request of either party, direct a precept for an issue to the Court of Common Pleas of the county for the trial thereof...

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