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1792

Mcminn Vs. Owen

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1792

..... rule. 2 bl. rep. 1249. even conversation of the parties at the time of the contract is not admitted, unless there is fraud. brown. ch. 93. 4. powell. 430. ambiguous expressions are not to be explained by parol proof. so was the case of benezet and ..... repelled. it was so in lee v. biddis. 1 dall. rep. 175. the bonds which are explanatory of the contract are given to be paid in 'lawful money of pennsylvania.' the evidence offered is to vary the agreement. where the parties reduce the agreement to writing, that alone is the ..... instalments should be paid in whatever money was current, at the time they became due. ingersoll, on the part of defendant, objected to this testimony. the value of money in contracts between 1776, and 1781, is ascertained by the act of assembly (1 vol. dall. edit. p. ) no parol proof is to be admitted to contradict this: it has always been .....

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1792

HOOD'S EX'RS Vs. NESBiT

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1792

..... connect his own interest with that of the owners. in stammer v. brown. 2 stra. 1173, it must be something of a criminal nature, as well as a breach of contract. if he mistook honestly, the owners must bear the loss. the want of consent on the part of the insured is not sufficient of itself: so is parke 335. the .....

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1792

Gorgerat Vs. Mccarty

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1792

..... ; but the page 2 u.s. 144, 145 universal silence on the subject, strengthens the principle that arises from the spirit of commercial negociation, and public convenience. the defendant's contract is to pay the amount of the bill to the payee, or any subsequent indorsee. there is internal evidence in the bill itself, that it had passed into the hands ..... . with respect to the argument arising from the place where the bill was drawn, it is enough to observe, that though the lex loci may regulate the nature of the contract, it cannot prescribe the nature of the evidence to be produced in our courts in support of it. the judges now (jan. 1792) delivered their opinions seriatim as follows: bradford .....

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1792

Ross Vs. Rittenhouse

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1792

..... . the judge refused obedience to the decree of reversal, and paid a moiety of the net proceeds of the prize into the treasury of the state, taking a bond of indemnity from the defendant in this action, as treasurer of the state, upon which bond this action is brought. the executors of judge ross, the obligee, having been previously sued in .....

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