The Federal Reporter (Annotated), Volume 167: Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Courts of Appeals and Circuit and District Courts of the United States. April-May, 1909.: Searching Inside

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... English, and Hieratic; that is, sacred or priestly, or Egyptian, or difficult to be deciphered... translations into English of hieroglyphics for the use of all mankind. The practical difficulties in the way..., and that Hieratic Scriptures have been discovered elsewhere, all of which are in languages other than English

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... as to the purport and meaning of some of the English cases construing and applying the Employers' Liability Act... obscurity in the reasoning of certain of the opinions, and by the fact that the English statute differs... of the differences is that the English statute deprives the servant of the right to maintain an action where he has... discovered a defect and failed to notify the master. The opinions of the English judges, as we understand

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... might be translated into English; that the third paragraph of the will is void and incapable... are extremely rare, and the translation of which into English would be of great value to literature, science... Scriptures in other languages than English, some of which have been discovered since the date

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... the "Hugh Cairns Act," whereby the English Chancery Courts were expressly authorized to award damages when... determination upon the authorities in the English High Courts of Chancery, as they existed prior to the adoption

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... what was meant. Although he testified that he could not read or write English, and although it is true... that he did not speak English very well, he could understand it and speak it sufficiently for all

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