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2. This name is given to such money or coin, gold, silver, plate, or
bullion, which having been hidden or concealed... more
crim. law. This word imports a betraying, treachery, or
breach of allegiance. 4 Bl. Com. 75.
2. The constitution of the United... more
The act of going, or of removing goods, from one
place to another. The transitus of goods from a seller commences the moment he
has delivered them... more
The copy made in one language of what has been
written, or spoken in another.
2. In pleading, when a libel or an... more
civ. law. The right which heirs or legatees may
have of passing to their successors, the inheritance or legacy to which they
were entitled, if they happen... more
punishment. In the English law, this punishment
is inflicted by virtue of sundry statutes; it was unknown to the common law. 2
H. Bl. 223. It... more
The act of child-bearing.
2. A woman is said to be in her travail from the time the pains of
child-bearing commence until... more
crim. law practice. This is a technical term, which
means to turnover: it is applied to an issue taken upon an indictment for a
misdemeanor, and... more
pleading. This term, from the French traverser,
signifies to deny or controvert anything which is alleged in the declaration,
plea, replication or other pleadings; Lawes~ Civ. Plead.... more
That which lasts but a short time, as transitory
facts that which may be laid in different places, as a transitory action.
pract., plead. Actions are transitory when
the venue may lawfully be laid in any county, though the cause of action arose
out of the jurisdiction of... more
Eng. law. A warrant for the custom-house to let goods
pass: a permit. (q. v.) See, for a form of a transire, Harg. L. Tr.... more
Commerce, trade, sale or exchange of merchandise,
bills, money and the like.
crimes. One guilty of treason.
2. The punishment of a traitor is death.
pleadings. This is a technical word, which is
essential in an indictment for treason in order to charge the crime, and which
cannot be supplied by... more
contracts, civil law. An agreement between two or
more persons, who for the purpose of preventing or putting an end to a
law-suit, adjust their differences... more
A copy of an original writing or deed.
2. In Pennsylvania, the act of assembly of March 20th, 1810, s. 10,
cont. The act by which the owner of a thing delivers
it to another person, with the intent of passing the rights which he has in... more
He to whom a transfer is made.
Scotch law. The name of an action by which a suit,
which was pending at the time the parties died, is transferred from the
deceased to his... more