Milly v. Stephen Smith
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seventeen hundred ninety six viz (here insert,1st.
11th & 12th Section, 1 Littill page 567 & 572
) and said Court finds
further that the legistations of said State of KentuckyKentucky passed
the following act which went into operation in KentuckyKentucky on the
thirteenth day of December in the year eighteen hundred and twenty, viz (here insert 1 Littill &
froigent page 324 Section 4
respectively mortgages, &c.)

and said Court sitting as aforesaid doth further find
that the second oath & clauses of acts & ordinances & Consti-
tutional provisions aforesaid went into force at the times respectively
in that behalf above stated, & continued in force from thence
to the present time, unless said acts interfere with or
are repugnant to each other

And this court sitting to determine the issues in
form aforesaid joined not being advised whether
according to the law of the land the said issue
ought to the found for the plaintiff or the defendant
doth say that if upon being sufficiently advised,
of & concerning the premises the court shall be of opinion that
the issue ought to be found for the plaintiff
then the court sitting to determine the issue
aforesaid doth say that defendant is guilty,
of the trespasses, in the declaration mentioned in
manner and form as the plaintiff hath
in her declaration alleged and doth assess
the damages of the plaintiff by her sustained
by occasion of the premises at one cent but
if the court shall be of opinion upon such
that the same issue ought to
be found for defendant then the court
sitting to try the issue aforesaid, doth find
that said defendant not guilty of the
said trespasses in manner and form
as the plaintiff hath complained against
him.