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Containing DALLAS, Vols. 1, 2, 3 and 4.


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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-two, by

in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.

INDREWS, Printer, Rochester, N. Y.


many of the reports have been so long out. of print as to create a demand which this

sespai -k10 supply, as its first work, by issuing a complete and uniform edition. Their mendorses general utility are fully established and still growing.

1. the original plan of producing an exact reprint has been added, as follows: Fit-Haci Rute* where lacking.

mezonai - 1 table of references, at the foot of each case, to all cases in subsequent volumes of Indre ind in the Circuit and District Court Reports, where it has been for any purpose

These 10ks are indexed so far as practicable. .

Third- More extended notes to those cases which may be deemed leading, or of more general Dortance

Tirth-Tables of cases, statutes, and constitutions cited in the opinions of the judges.

!", le tables in this book, references to text writers are included, but citations at the foot is contine i to cases in the Federal Courts.

At fir mesger from necessity, they grow in size and value as later volumes are reached. for reprint copy, the reporters' own editions are used, without change, except to correct

in thi: hook, the old spelling and punctuation are preserved, nothing being changed simply ter being in archaism. This plan, for lack of settled usage at the time, is found to be impracticable and herefore in these matters they will follow modern usage in all subsequsnt books.

"This book, but partially composed of federal cases, fails satisfactorily to illustrate the merits f ihr wiition, and perfection is not claimed for it; but the ambition of the publishers will be Sariwd only when this entire edition shall be accepted by the profession as practically perfect, .olly mechanically, but in the additions noted:

THE L. C. P. CO.

lae tnt, 1882.

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