1802 Ludlow verdict

LorieWies54 Member Photo

Clipped by LorieWies54

1802 Ludlow verdict - ' At the late term of the Supreme Court, a very...
' At the late term of the Supreme Court, a very interesting J.tind I 'untrovrrmj came on fr triul Li'dlow ncainst Gukrksk.y. Tliis controversy involved in its decision the construction of the Patent . of Clifton-Park, Clifton-Park, Clifton-Park, Van Scliaick, and Kayaderosseras. In a former action two verdicts had been obtained tor tue dtfcndanUIn the nrescnt, on the part of the nluintiff.it was contended, by Messrs. I Lirrlson ami nensnn. nts eoitwci, mat tne premises in . .. . . ....... . i distnttelay within the patentofKayaderosscars, anl mat a vcrcuct musi oc given tor nun whilc.on tlxc partof the defendant, it was main. tatned, by lus counsel, Mesra. Van Vechten and Hamilton, that on a fair construction of the Clifton-Park Clifton-Park Clifton-Park and Van .Schuiclc patents, the disputed premises were in Clifton-Park, Clifton-Park, Clifton-Park, and that a verdict ouent to he returned lor tne tie. fendant. His Honor Judge Kent, delivered the charge to tne jury, wiucn, uio concise, uhiuhi ed a comprehensive viewof the whole suljecU Hie verdict was for the defendant. The Jury were from Keiitselaer, and com posed of the most respectable citizens of that

Clipped from The Evening Post05 Nov 1802, FriPage 3

The Evening Post (New York, New York)05 Nov 1802, FriPage 3
LorieWies54 Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in