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" With respect to all verbal admissions, it may be observed, that they ought to be received with great caution. The evidence, consisting as it does in the mere repetition of oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake... "
REPORT OF THE GREAT CONSPIRACY CASE - Page 198
1851
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 84

Alabama. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1888
...— is, that they ought to be received with great caution. "This evidence," as said by Mr. Greenleaf, "consisting as it does in the mere repetition of oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake; the party himself either being misinformed, or not having clearly expressed his own meaning,...
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First[-Fourth] Report of the Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings ...

New York (State). Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings - Civil procedure - 1848
...treatise upon the law of evidence, (Greenl. Ev. 233,) remarks: " With respect to all verbal admissions, it may be observed, that they ought to be received...of oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake; the party himself either being misinformed, or not having clearly expressed his own meaning,...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as Administered in England and ..., Volume 1

John Pitt Taylor - Evidence (Law) - 1848 - 1386 pages
...the mere suggestions of counsel (/). § 622. With respect to all verbal admissions it may be finally observed, that they ought to be received with great...of oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake; for either the party himself may have been misinformed, or he may not have clearly expressed...
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Reports of Cases in Law and Equity, Argued and Determined in the ..., Volume 5

Georgia. Supreme Court - Equity - 1849
...Greenleaf, in his treatise upon the law of evidence, remarks : " With respect to all verbal admissions, it may be observed that they ought to be received...evidence, consisting, as it does, in the mere repetition ol oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake; the party himself, either being misinformed...
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Argument of William H. Seward

T. C. Leland - 1851
...there is a With respect to all verbal admissions says Greenleaf (vol. I, p. 200)it may be.observed that they ought to be received with great caution....party himself either being misinformed, or not having clearly expressed his own meaning or the witness having misunderstood him. It frequently happens also...
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History of the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue

Fugitive slave law of 1850 - 1859 - 280 pages
...subject. 1 read from Greenlcaf's Evidence, I. 258, § 200, " with respect to all verbal admissions it may be observed, that they ought to be received...of oral statements is subject to much imperfection and mistake, the party himself either being misinformed, or not having clearly expressed his own moaning,...
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HISTORY OF THE OBERLIN-WELLINGTON RESCUE.

JACOB R. SHIPHERD - 1859
...this subject. 1 read from Greenleaf's Evidence, L 258, §200, "with respect to all verbal admissions it may be observed, that they ought to be received...of oral statements is subject to much imperfection and mistake, the party himself either being misinformed, or not having clearly expressed his own meaning,...
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The Law of Evidence: Applicable to the Courts of the East India Company ...

John Bruce Norton - 1859
...received with caution. Taylor says, § 622. " With respect to all vtr&al admissions it may be finally observed, that they ought to be received with great...of oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake ; for either the party himself may have been misinformed, or he may not have clearly expressed...
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Trial of Charles M. Jefferds for Murder, at New York, December 1861

Charles M. Jefferds, Charles Edwin Wilbour - Electronic book - 1862 - 234 pages
...Prof. Greenleaf, of Massachusetts. I read from section 200 : "With respect to all verbal admissions, it may be observed, that they ought to be received...of oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake ; the party himself either being misinformed, or not having clearly expressed his own meaning,...
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The Law of Evidence, Applicable to the Courts of the Late East India Company ...

John Bruce Norton - Evidence (Law) - 1865 - 608 pages
...received with caution*. Taylor says, § 622. " With respect to all verbal admisiioa» it may be finally observed, that they ought to be received with great...of oral statements, is subject to much imperfection and mistake ; for either the party himself may have been misinformed, or he may not have clearly expressed...
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