Gracie v. Palmer (21 U.S. 699)
|Gracie v. Palmer by
|5 L.Ed. 719|
United States Supreme Court
GRACIE ET AL. PLAINTIFFS IN ERROR, v. PALMER ET AL. DEFENDANTS IN ERROR.
It is not necessary to aver on the record that the defendant in the Circuit Court was an inhabitant of the district, or was found therein at the time of serving the writ. Where the defendant appears, without taking the exception. It is an admission of the regularity of the service.
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