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BY WILLIAM CRANCH,
POTUS IGNORATIO JURIS LITIGIOSA ZST, QUAM BOIENTIA.
O. DE LEGIBUS DIAZ
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO WIT:
BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the eleverdh day of September, in the forty-first year of the Independence of the United States of America, Wild liam Cranch, of the said district, bath deposited in this office, the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as author, in the wortis following, to wit:
Reports of Cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, in “February term, 1812, and February term, 1813. Vol
. VII. By WILLIAM Crasca, Chief Judge of the Circuit Court of the district of Columbia. Potius ignoratio juuis litigiosa ésta quam scientia.
“Cic. de legibu'i, dial. i."
In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, intituled “ An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts and books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned.”
G. DENEALE, CIk. D. C
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In Page 16 line 10, For “fabrid," read fabric.
43 5, *** Poget," read Paget.
"anutandis,” read mutandis.
11, for “judgments," read a judgment.
5, for specifiedly," read specifically.
4, for “mail," read male. 486 27, after “debt,” erase in judgment." 560 3, afier "rerain,” insert it. 615 37, before “ executed,” insert noi. 625 18. for “where," read upon 626 24, for“ were, by the devise,” read held by the deviser, 629 35, for "custody," read curtesu.
Anne, schr. v. United States, 570
Bacon, Otis o.
Bank of Columbia v. Pattersohi, 299 Dickey v. Balt. Ins. Co.
Duryee; Mills v.
Blackwell v. Patton,
471 Eliza, bris, United States v. 113
350 Exchange, schr. v. McFadon, 116
Caroline, brig, v. United States, 496 Good Catherine, schr. v. U. S. 349
308 Goodwin, United States v. 108
Carson, Thornton v.
596 Gordon, United States v. 287
Casey, Barnitz's lessee u. 456 Grundy, Young, v.
Catharine, schr. v. U. States, 99 Guestier, Hudson and Sinith v. 1