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Decision would have amounted exactly *to seventeen years and four months Even if the appeal were from the superior istrict * seventeen years and four months Even if the appeal were from the superior Selections From The William Greene Papers I district a case of very freuent occurrence theelay would have amounted to seventeen years and one month The letter containing the statements to which we now allude is ated the 8th of December 1824 and signed by the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Honorable the Court of DirectorsAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction of an important historical Forgotten Books Uses Of The state of the technology to igitally 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 o however repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical wor. ,


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and Journal General Literature Vol 22 July to September 1829In the succeeding years the arrear of causes in the lowest courts of all ecreased very greatly but it was augmented in a still greater ratio in the higher courts In 1815 the number of causes in arrear in the greater ratio in the higher courts In 1815 the number of causes in arrear in the court of the istrict was 3058 and the average Aristote Constitution D Ath Nes delay exactly thirteen years In 1819 the number of causes in arrear was but 891 but the averageelay notwithstand ing was thirteen years and eight months In 1820 or the last year of the series the number of causes undecided was reduced to 5385 and the Lehrbuch Der Vergleichenden Entwicklungsgeschichte Der Wirbellosen Tiere delay in The superior court was reduced to ten months It was much reduced also in the two courts of summary process but then in the subordinate European court the number of causesepending was much greater than in any preceding year and the elay amounted to three years and a half Upon the whole period of nineteen years the average supuni number of causes in arrear amounted to 6979; and in the two European courts the .
Verage elay was for the higher four years and twenty two ays; And For The Lower for the lower years and eleven ays In these nineteen years the number of causes was allowing only one plaintiff and one efendant to each suit and two families or ten individuals only one plaintiff and one efendant to each suit and two families or ten individuals all to have been interested in the ecision it appears that in the moderate period in uestion which is considerably short of the average uration of human life Within eight per cent Of the whole population of the istrict must criminal cases excluded have been engaged in litigationIn the year 1814 which "As Already Mentioned Was That "already mentioned was that which the census of the population was taken the number of causes epending was 5866 The Atti Della R Accademia Dei Lincei Anno 278 1880 81 Vol 9 delay in theifi'erent courts in the same year was as follows beginning with the lowest eight months six months three months and six years and ten months Now suppose in this last case an appeal had been made from the sub ordinate European Court in the Oedipus Coloneus district to the highest appellate jurisdiction at the Presidency theelay in bringing the cause to