David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

Lower Court

  • St. Johns County


  • 1861


  • 473


  • 853


It is very manifest we think that there is nothing here for the certiorari to act when according to the well established rule and practice of the court- [?] office is to bring up a part of the [??} which was omitted to be sent in the first [??] accuracy of the record of its admitted to [?] and would [??] of the court to obtain a new and a different one. The court below was the making of its own [?] which [??] if the [?] required by the [?] the pleadings of the parties other action of the court appeased in bills if [?] signed by the judge and this latter is of a sacred and solemn [?] action as the minutes [?] there is an omission to do something which subject to than hundred, [?] a fact that [???] been state to remedy it by application to the court below not to this court. The [???] is of [??] verify that it is not permitted to be called in question nor can an [?] be permitted to the contrary. I Bacon A.C. 598. On action if upon what the [???] and the judge there if made by law the another testified of that action. [??????] his report [???]. In [?] ascertained the [???] the document omitted to be copied so that the court below an the clerk may know about particular paper is desired. We [?] send for a paper described as "certain documentary evidence," and