'But no man', said he, addressing himself to Mr. * 'no man knows better than you, how arduous a task it is to speak with eloquence. Mr. * was dumb: but the appellant and the appellee were relieved by the less delicate intervention of one of the company; who declared, perhaps with malicious irony, he never heard his lordship to greater advantage.
Le premier lieu par lequel nous passâmes est un village, jadis beaucoup plus considérable et maintenant habité par des chrétiens de la ceinture, qui cultivent des vignes. Le second est une ville appellée Saint-Abraham; et située dans la vallée d'Hebron, où Notre Seigneur forma premièrement Adam, notre premier père. L
He is tried by a jury, and on his being found guilty, the appellant hath an order for his execution settled by the Court; but when the appellee is acquitted, the appellant is chargeable with damages on such a prosecution, provided there appear to have been no just cause for the commencement thereof. But to return to the case of Cluff, which led us into this discourse.
It was still stamped, still palpitating, so to speak, with the fever of the moment. The words hurriedly scribbled were scarcely formed. Appelee was written appellee. When these half dozen lines had been written Lamartine handed the sheet to Ledru-Rollin.
I have also another manuscript map, made before the voyage of Joliet and Marquette, and apparently in the year 1673, on which the Ohio is represented as far as to a point a little below Louisville, and over it is written, "Riviere Ohio, ainsy appellee par les Iroquois a cause de sa beaute, par ou le sieur de la Salle est descendu."
La pierre qui la compose est de la classe appellée schiste; son caractère générique est d'être feuilletée; elle renferme l'ardoise dont on couvre les toits. Ces feuillets minces, qu'on peut prendre pour des couches, et qui le font en effet dans quelques pierres de ce genre, rappelloient toujours l'idée vague de dépôts des eaux.
An acquittal of the appellee on the merits was a bar to an indictment; and, on the other hand, when an appeal was fairly started, although the appellor might fail to prosecute, or might be defeated by plea, the cause might still be proceeded with on behalf of the king. /1/ The presentment, which is the other parent of our criminal procedure, had an origin distinct from the appeal.
The party appealing is called appellant; the adverse party is the appellee or respondent. An important part of the duties of a justice of the peace relates to the arrest and trial of persons charged with crimes and misdemeanors.
"Counsel for appellee," he recites, "would limit it to traffic, to buying and selling," to which he answers that "this would restrict a general term... to one of its significations. Commerce," he continues, "undoubtedly is traffic, but it is something more it is intercourse," and so includes navigation. And what is the power of Congress over commerce?