Account of Hearing, circa 16 December 1841 [Robinson v. C. Granger]

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Right. Illegal means agist [against?] illegal means he would have a right to Bind him over—
unlawful for to take a Stick, & for — to threaten with a gun.—
Bonded to . Me.— a piece a Land. shall he come to take the timber
No. Sir.—
made a contract. & has Jurisdiction.— evry thing does is illegal.— trespass.—
— has no right any more than to fence his house his in the night.—
 
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claims this on the <​ground.​> right to the Land.—— this court must take upon them to decide the right of the Land.—
— no Jurisdiction this side of the county court, till the case is decided in county court.
demand the Statute of the prosecution when the title is disputed.— & in the upper court.
have no plea before this court.— all is admitted on the part. of the Prosecution.— all we ask for.—
evry foul epithet again[s]t the defendant— has been used agai[ns]t. .— in the .——
neith[er] time nor place for this suit still after the decision.— [p. 2]
Illegal means agist [against] illegal means he would have a right to Bind him over—
unlawful for to take a Stick, & for — to threaten with a gun.—
Bonded to . Me.— a piece a Land. shall he come to take the timber
No. Sir.—
made a contract. & has Jurisdiction.— evry thing does is illegal.— trespass.—
— has no right any more than to fence his house in the night.—
 
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claims this on the right to the Land.—— this court must take upon them to decide the right of the Land.—
— no Jurisdiction this side of the county court, till the case is decided in county court.
demand the Statute of the prosecution when the title is disputed.— & in the upper court.
have no plea before this court.— all is admitted on the part. of the Prosecution.— all we ask for.—
evry foul epithet against the defendant— has been used against. .— in the .——
neither time nor place for this suit till after the decision.— [p. 2]
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