Notes to Phillipps' Treatise on the Law of Evidence

Notes to Phillipps' Treatise on the Law of Evidence

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The log-book, iu general, ought not to be admitted lo establish any facts save such as are contemplated by the act of congress. ... An entry in the log-book is indispensible evidence of the fact of desertion, when a forfeiture of wages is insisted on ; it is ... NOTE 789a€” p. 414. In the case of Furness v. Cope, 2 Moore aamp; , Payne, 197, a bankera#39;s book was received to show that a customer had no funds there.


Title:Notes to Phillipps' Treatise on the Law of Evidence
Author: Esek Cowen, Nicholas Hill
Publisher: - 1839
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