Bill from John Taylor, 5 August 1842

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Court <​and​> shall have power to adjourn the hearing, and also issue process from time to time in their discretion, in order to procure the attendance of Witnesses, and <​so​> that a fair and impartial trial and decision may be obtained in every such Case.
 
Augt. 8th 1842.—
Draft Bill for Ordce regulating the mode of proceeding in Cases of , before the Municipal Court. [p. [2]]
and shall have power to adjourn the hearing, and also issue process from time to time in their discretion, in order to procure the attendance of Witnesses, so that a fair and impartial trial and decision may be obtained in every such Case.
 
Augt. 8th 1842.—
Draft Bill for Ordce regulating the mode of proceeding in Cases of , before the Municipal Court. [p. [2]]
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