SHAW v. WALLACE
2 U.S. 179

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SHAW v. WALLACE, 2 U.S. 179 (1792)

2 U.S. 179 (Dall.)

Shaw
v.
Wallace

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

September Term, 1792

This cause was set down for trial; but was afterwards continued by the plaintiff. The defendant's attorney, prayed a rule might be granted for security for costs, the plaintiff

Page 2 U.S. 179, 180

residing in New York. Moylan, objected, that the motion came too late, after the cause had been marked for trial.

But, By the Court: It is never too late to grant the rule, when it will not delay the trial.

Rule granted.


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