Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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3 Peters 193.— Tobias  Watkins. convictd of embezzling  money.— cannot go behind  the Judgme[n]t. where Judmett [Judgment] is  not issued, can go behind the writ,  <same> nature of writ of Error— body  of Prisoner & cause of commit ment— 3 cranchen [Cranch] 447—
3d Bacons abridgmnt to qustn  [question] proposed to 12 Jud[g]es—— where  a person is so imprisond that  the cou[r]t cannt discha[r]ge  yet unjustly.— manife[s]tly to  unwarrentable means,—— <clear on Habus  Corpus——>
most clear & undoubted  testim[on]y this man are not [p. 68]
3 Peters 193.— Tobias Watkins. convictd of embezzling money.— cannot go behind the Judgment. where Judmett Judgment is not issued, can go behind the writ, same nature of writ of Error— body of Prisoner & cause of commitment— 3 cranchen Cranch 447—
3d Bacons abridgmnt to qustn question proposed to 12 Judges—— where a person is so imprisond that the court cannt discharge yet unjustly.— manifestly to unwarrentable means,—— clear on Habus Corpus——
most clear & undoubted testimony this man are not [p. 68]
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