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Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year one thousand, eight hundred and fifty-seven, by
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, within and for the District of Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.: BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, PRINTERS.
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
STATE OF INDIANA,
DURING THE PERIOD COMPRISED IN THIS VOLUME.
SAMUEL E. PERKINS,
WILLIAM Z. STUART,
SAMUEL B. GOOKINS.
Judge GOOKINS presided as Chief Justice at the November Term, 1856.
SUPREME COURT OF THIS STATE,
OVERRULED IN THIS VOLUME.
HAMILTON . THE STATE. 3 Ind. R. 552. A prisoner moved for a continuance in order to procure the testimony of an absent witness; but the State admitted that the witness would swear to the facts alleged in the prisoner's affidavit, but reserved the right to impeach her credibility. Held, that the motion was correctly overruled. Overruled in Wheeler v. The State, 113. See McLaughlin v. The State, 281.
DENBO v. TIPTON, 2 Ind. R. 20, is decided to be too meagerly reported to be relied upon as authority. Atkinson v. Jackson, 31.