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A California Pilgrimage lUrse his misguided wife has by unhappy counsels beened "to pursue which could exist for the 'interruption of their peace and comfort He is anxious and especially desirous to "pursue which could exist for the 'interruption of their peace and comfort He is anxious and especially desirous to to your Honours in order the better to enable you to judge what will be for the best interests of the child all the correspondence between himself his wife her parentsAbout the be for the best interests of the child all the correspondence between himself his wife her parentsAbout the Books publishes hundreds of thousands rare and classic books Find wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases an imperfection in the original such as a blemish or missing page may be replicated in our edition We do however repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally eft to preserve the state of such historical works. ,


Excerpt from Report of the D'hauteville Case 1840Your petitioner further suggests that a separation of his child from its "mother can only be rendered necessary by her determination in no event to return to "can only be rendered necessary by her determination in no event to return to That as his wife and the mother of his child she has been even in her errors cherished and child she has been even in her errors cherished and and as his wife and the mother of his child she will yet be welcome to the home she has so Diagram Of A Modern Law Suit Or A Satire On Trial By Jury long deserted He is advised that theaws afford w'mode by which his wife if unwilling to return can be restored to him Were such remedy within his reach he might were he childless hesitate to resort to it; but he could not and would not hesitate one moment if such remedy existed and only by having recourse to it he could recover his son and only child He respectfully renews the suggestion that the respondent has no reason to urge the hardship of a measure which her voluntary acts alone render necessary His child's best interests which your Honours are bound to regard as wel. .
L as the indefeasible right of a parent will be surely promoted by the happy re union of its and he again suggests that the restoration to him of his may be the means through the affection which is active in every mo ther's bosom of bringing back his misguided wife to her dutyYour petitioner is advised that in order to exercise your discretion as to the disposition of the child your Honours will examine into the conduct of your petitioner and the respondent during their short mar ried ife and into the alleged causes of their separation That investi gation your petitioner earnestly solicits and freely profi'ers in any mode and to any extent that your Honours may deem desirable He denies utterly and unreservedly any knowledge of just cause for separation and any consciousness on his part of any matter or design other than an affectionate husband should conceive Nor is he aware nor has he ever been aware of any reason he aware nor has he ever been aware of any reason than such as arises from the co. .

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Report of the dHauteville Case, 1840