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Agaphelus gibbosus Explained

Agaphelus gibbosus at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

ho act under his authority, make of the existence of certain facts.
Vide Admissions.
17.- 2. The object of evidence is next to be considered. It is to
ascertain the truth between the parties. It has been discovered by
experience that this is done most certainly by the adoption of the following
rules, which are now binding as law: 1. The evidence must be confined to the
point in issue. 2. The substance of the issue must be proved, but only the
substance is required to be proved. 3. The affirmative of the issue must be
18.-1. It is a general rule, both in civil and criminal cases, that
the evidence shall be confined to the point in issue. Justice and