1 Tenn. Legal Rep. 1 (1877-1878)

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TENNESSEE LEGAL REPORTER.
NEVw  sERlIES.

DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME
DIGESTED AND PUBLISHED BY
JEIRJ   B.A.MTEP.

COURT,

VoL. I.      NASHVILLE, TENN., MAY, 1877.             No. 1.
D. WEAVER, Trustee, for 'use of Planters Bastk of Ten-
nessee, AND J. W. UNDERWOOD & CO. v. R. B.
HAWLEY, et al.; AND
F. M. CASH v. R. B. HAWLEY, et al.; AND
D. R. COOK, et al. v. R. B. HAWLEY, et al.; AND
D. II. TOWNSEND v. R. B. HAWLEY, et al.; AND
J. B. KIRTLAND, et al. v. R. B. HAWLEY, et al.
Jackson, December Os 1878.
1. To SUSTAIN A VOLUNTARY. CONVEYANCE.-WHAT NECESSARY.-II
order to sustain a voluntary cofiveyance to a wife or child, the proof must

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