Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States (Volume 88)

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Paperback. 250 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.5in.This is a replica of the original rare book; it may have notations, light type, or aged paper. Original Published by: W. H. and O. H. Morrison in 1906; Description: Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books. com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: Statement of the case. nothing would be gained by attempting to go beyond them. Judgment Affirmed. Mr. Justice BRADLEY did not sit during the argument, and took no part in this decision. McQciDDY v. Ware. 1. A man who has neglected his private affairs and gone away from his home and State, for the purpose of devoting his time to the cause of rebellion against the government, cannot come into equity to complain that his creditors have obtained payment of admitted debts through judicial process obtained upon constructive notice, and on a supposition wrongly made by them that he had no home in the State, or none that they knew of. 2. Especially is this true when there is no allegation of want of actual knowl edge of what they were doing. 8. And still more especially true is it in Missouri, where the statutes of the State allow a bill of review of decrees or judgments obtained on constructive notice at any time within three years after they are obtained, and the complainant has let more than sir years pass without an effort to have them so reviewed. 4. Allegations of general ignorance of things a knowledge of which is easily ascertainable, is insufficient to set into action the remedies of equity. Appeal from the Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Missouri; the case being thus: At the beginning of the late rebellion, which broke out in 1861, McQuiddy, a resident of Nodaway County, Missouri, and owning a farm there, voluntarily entered the service of the Confederate States under General Sterling Price, and followed the fortunes of that officer and his army when they left Missouri. At this time there were two mortgages on different parts of his farm, or instruments of writing which the holders of them asserted to be mortgages. These were . . . ; Subjects: Law reports, digests, etc; History United States General; Law General; Law Reference; Social Science Ethnic Studies African American Studies; This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: This is a replica of the original rare book; it may have notations, light type, or aged paper. Original Published by: W.H. & O.H. Morrison in 1906; Description: Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: Statement of the case. nothing would be gained by attempting to go beyond them. Judgment Affirmed. Mr. Justice BRADLEY did not sit during the argument, and took no part in this decision. McQciDDY v. Ware. 1. A man who has neglected his private affairs and gone away from his home and State, for the purpose of devoting his time to the cause of rebellion against the government, cannot come into equity to complain that his creditors have obtained payment of admitted debts through judicial process obtained upon constructive notice, and on a supposition wrongly made by them that he had no home in the State, or none that they knew of. 2. Especially is this true when there is no allegation of want of actual knowl edge of what they were doing. 8. And still more especially true is it in Missouri, where the statutes of the State allow a bill of review of decrees or judgments obtained on constructive notice at any time within three years after they are obtained, and the complainant has let more than sir years pass without an effort to have them so reviewed. 4. Allegations of general ignorance of things a knowledge of which is easily ascertainable, is insufficient to set into action the remedies of equity. Appeal from the Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Missouri; the case being thus: At the beginning of the late rebellion, which broke out in 1861, McQuiddy, a resident of Nodaway County, Missouri, and owning a farm there, voluntarily entered the service of the Confederate States under General Sterling Price, and followed the fortunes of that officer and his army when they left Missouri. At this time there were two mortgages on different parts of his farm, or instruments of writing which the holders of them asserted to be mortgages. These were ...; Subjects: Law reports, digests, etc; History / United States / General; Law / General; Law / Reference; Social Science / Ethnic Studies / African American Studies;

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