Court : US Supreme Court
Decided on : Jan-01-1860
..... another lady in 1808, and mrs. des page 65 u. s. 630 grange and madame despau came to philadelphia, and sent for mr. coxe, then in partnership with mr. clark in large mercantile transactions, and inquired of him whether the fact was true. coxe assented. mrs. des grange said that clark had promised to ..... that they, as executors, had taken possession of the entire separate estate of daniel clark, and of all such as he claimed in his life in co-partnership with daniel w. coxe. it is then assumed that the will of 1811 had been revoked by the will of the 13th july, 1813. that chew ..... given, and the power filed in it, they continued, as the testimony in this case shows, to act as executors, and to dispose of the estate of clark, both real and personal, property in co-partnership, and other property separately belonging to clark, without ever having received any permission to do so from the ..... the political and military designs of the king, and to his necessities also. complaints were constantly being made of the rigors of the inquisition upon the indians in his western dominions, and upon his subjects who had emigrated to them in large numbers in pursuit of gold. it was said but for such ..... the faithful execution of the trust that they were under by the law of louisiana as executors. they paid debts, received moneys, sold property, and acted throughout as if they were not responsible to the court from which they derived their testamentary letters or to mary clark, and, as the record in this .....Tag this Judgment!