November 3, 1793.
Motion for a new struck jury but withdrawn by consent.
Bayard, counsel for [___], said the former Chief Justice had said he knew of no rule of practice, "that had been established by our courts, but this, that a struck jury should continue until a new application," to which the CHIEF JUSTICE READ replied, "I have heard the former Chief Justice complain that the struck juries stood too long, and I am of opinion if they stand longer than one term, it is by agreement."
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[NOTE.] It is the law in England, vide 1 Term 453.