David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

Lower Court

  • St. Johns County


  • 1861


  • 473


  • 853


Can we direct [?]" [?] to [?] for her [?] and the [?] corrected by them [?] the attorneys of appellee according to their [?] to [?] the place of the [?] authenticated by the circuit judge.

It may be admitted that the [?] of the circuit should have signed the bill in the presence of the [?] on both sides or after the opportunity to [?] to be heard as to its accuracy to doubt this should be always done- the record of a trial its history as scarcely secondary to the [?] itself as the addition or [???????] regularly it should be by the court in the presence of both parties and at the trial; if the time is [?] counted the like caution should be ordered as the trial itself- The [?]of [?] is that it is so done. To all an a distance as to a record signed by the judge [?], to permit copy called in question the accuracy of his statement to follow [?] of inherited parties on their attorneys finding [?] its [?????] action of the court in a most important respect and [?] in its stead [?] or complain uncertainty- the law had confided to the judge alone the [?] of certifying to be our action and appropriately there is and can be no substitute and when he is [?] of this he would seem to be incompetent for his then [?] the certiorari is [?]