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" Every particular trader has some particular mark or stamp ; but I do not know any instance of granting an injunction here, to restrain one trader from using the same mark with another ; and I think it would be of mischievous consequence to do it. "
The American Jurist: And Law Magazine - Page 265
1843
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The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1863
...cards), " and, in this respect, there is no foundation for this Court to grant such an injunction. Every particular trader has some particular mark or...think it would be of mischievous consequence to do it. The Attorney General has mentioned a case where an action at law was brought by a cloth-worker, against...
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The Law of Patents for Inventions: Including the Remedies and Legal ...

Willard Phillips - Patent laws and legislation - 1837 - 540 pages
...Company by Charles I. Lord Hardwicke. "There is no foundation for this court to grant such an injunction. Every particular trader has some particular mark or...think it would be of mischievous consequence to do it. There is a clause in the charter, that in order that every card-maker may know his cards from another...
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The law of patents for inventions: including the remedies and legal ...

Willard Phillips - Patent laws and legislation - 1837 - 540 pages
...court to grant such an injunction. Every particular trader has some particular mark or stamp ; but I da not know any instance of granting an injunction here...think it would be of mischievous consequence to do it. There is a clause in the charter, that in order that every card-maker may know his cards from another...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

Law - 1839
...appropriated to himself, and in this respect there is no foundation for this court to grant an injunction. Every particular trader has some particular mark or...it would be of mischievous consequence to do it." Alluding to the beforementioned case at law, cited in Popham's Reports, Lord Hardwicke proceeds, "...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During ...

Great Britain. Court of Chancery, James William Mylne, Richard Davis Craig, Charles Christopher Pepys Earl of Cottenham - Law reports, digests, etc - 1839
...appropriated to himself, there was no foundation for the Court's granting an injunction ; and he added, " Every particular trader has some particular mark or...trader from using the same mark with another ; and 1 think it would be of mischievous consequence to do it." He then went on to notice a case which had...
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Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas: With ..., Volume 4

James Manning, Thomas Colpitts Granger - Election law - 1844
...himself, conformably to the charter granted to the Card-makers' Company by King Charles I. His lordship said, " Every particular trader has some particular...it would be of mischievous consequence to do it." His lordship then referred to a case cited in Southern v. How (b) (which had been mentioned in the...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery: With ..., Volume 14

Equity - 1843
...appropriated to himself, there was no foundation for the court's granting an injunction ; and he added, " every particular trader has some particular mark or...same mark with another; and I think it would be of mischevious consequence to do it." He then went on to notice a case which had been cited to him, and...
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The New-York Legal Observer, Volume 3

Samuel Owen - Law - 1845
...notwithstanding. Approved, March 3, 1845. TRADESMEN'S MARKS. Акr. I. LORD HARDWICKE, in a case hefore him, is reported to have said, "every particular trader...with another, and I think it would be of mischievous conse*The greater portion of this article appeared in the London Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence....
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Reports of Cases Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery: Before ..., Volume 3

Sir Edward Ebenezer Kay, Henry Robert Vaughan Johnson, William Page Wood Baron Hatherley - Law reports, digests, etc - 1855
...granted to the Card Makers Company by King Charles the First, Lord Hardwiclce, in giving judgment, said : " Every particular trader has some particular...think it would be of mischievous consequence to do it. Mr. Attorney-General has mentioned a case where an action at 427 1857. THE COLLINS Co. v. BROWN. Judgment....
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Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Lord Chancellor, and the Court ...

Sir John Peter De Gex, Sir Steuart Macnaghten, Alexander Gordon - Equity - 1857
...property in a trade-mark distinct from its use : thus in Blauchard v. Hill (a), Lord Hardwicke says, " Every particular trader has some particular mark or...think it would be of mischievous consequence to do it ;" and on the same principle, Sir L. Shadwell, in Delondre v. Shaw (6), says, " I cannot intend a fraud...
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