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. Judge Cushing's report of the present case (Doc. IV
) suggests that the case cited was Middleton v. Croft, Hardw.
395, 95 Eng. Rep.
1737): When husband and wife declare in prohibition, and take a partial judgment,
and the husband dies before costs allowed, the widow may take her costs upon suggestion
of the husband's death.