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SERGEANT'S LESSEE V. BIDDLE, 17 U. S. 508 (1819)

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Sergeant's Lessee v. Biddle, 17 U.S. 4 Wheat. 508 508 (1819)

Sergeant's Lessee v. Biddle

17 U.S. (4 Wheat.) 508

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Depositions, taken according to the proviso in the thirtieth section of the Judiciary Act of 1789, chapter twenty, under a dedimus potestatem, "according to common usage, when it may be necessary to prevent a failure or delay of justice," are under no circumstances to be considered as taken de bene esse, whether the witnesses reside beyond the process of the court or within it; the provisions of the act relative to depositions de bene esse being confined to those taken under the enacting part of the section.





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