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0837719836
Author:
Melville M. Bigelow
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Business
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English
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Fred B Rothman & Co; 2 edition (February 1, 1997)
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692 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 Excerpt: ...Washington City, when the senator had a residence in the State which he represented, would not be sufficient to charge him as an indorser; and the reason assigned is that "his absence was but temporary, and the duration of that absence uncertain. In case of such absence from home, the law presumes that some member of the family is still at the residence, and that communications will be forwarded to the proper address." But, upon a further trial of the case, it was proved that the defendant had no actual residence in Mississippi, and had left no agent at his last place of abode to receive or forward his letters; that from the 4th of February, when the notice was forwarded, to the 4th of March ensuing, he was in the actual discharge of his official duties at Washington, and in the daily habit of receiving his letters at the post-office in that city; and, upon this state of facts, the court held the notice sent to that city sufficient. In the case of Chouteau v. Webster, the defendant had left an agent in Boston in charge of his business, but this was unknown to the holder of the paper; and upon an agreed statement of the facts showing that the notice was, in due time, deposited in the post-office directed to the defendant at Washington, where he was then, and for some time afterward, in attendance upon a session of Congress; and that all letters addressed to members were regularly and immediately taken from the post-office by officers of the Senate, and delivered to such members, the court held the notice sufficient. Shaw, C. J., after premising the caution that the " decision is founded on the circumstances of the particular case, and may be varied by other facts," proceeds to place it upon the ground that, while the defendant's domicile ...