Lindenberger v. Beall
19 U.S. 104 (1821)

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Lindenberger v. Beall, 19 U.S. 6 Wheat. 104 104 (1821)

Lindenberger v. Beall

19 U.S. (6 Wheat.) 104

ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT

OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Syllabus

After demand of the maker of a note, on the third day of grace, notice to the endorser on the same day is sufficient by the general law merchant.

Evidence of a letter containing notice having been put into the post office directed to the endorser at his place of residence is sufficient proof of the notice to be left to the jury, and it is unnecessary to give notice to the defendant to produce the letter before such evidence can be admitted.

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