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1890. Excerpt: ... Providence County. Opinion of the Court.
recording, the record requires advertisement in a newspaper
published in Pawtucket or Providence. The defendants contend that,
by reason of this error, any person examining the record would be
led to think that the notice was not according to the power, and so
might not attend the sale. But it would not follow that a sale
which was advertised in the Central Falls paper was not also
advertised in a Pawtucket or Providence paper; and if such person
were puzzled, it is to be remembered that he would learn from the
record the names of the mortgagor and mortgagee, who could relieve
him. The inaccuracy of the record was the fault of the recording
officer, and it seems to us that it would be too strict to say that
the notice was bad because of the reference to it, since the
mortgagee had a right to presume that it was correct. Judgment for
plaintiffs for possession and costs. William P. Beach, Stephen A.
Cooke, Jun., $ Louis L. Angell, for plaintiffs. John M. Brennan,
for defendants. Alexander Eddy, Administrator, vs. John Wilkinson.
When a litigant desires relief from error of law on the part of the
court, and of fact on the part of the jury, he should petition for
a new trial, alleging the erroneous rulings of the court as one
reason for the new trial, and alleging the verdict to be against
the evidence as another reason, supporting the allegations with a
report of the evidence. Defendant's petition for a new trial. July
6,1889. Per Curiam. In this case, on trial in the Court of Common
Pleas, exceptions were taken to the rulings of the court, and the
case was brought here upon a bill of exceptions, so that it is no
longer pending in the Court of Common Pleas. The judgment of that
court has been affirmed in this court. T...
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