If a majority of said court should not be in attendance on the first day of the term,
the clerk shall enter such fact on record, and the court shall stand adjourned till
the succeeding day, and so from day to day for three days; and if said court shall
not be opened within three days, all matters pending therein shall stand continued
until the next term, unless a special term be sooner ordered, and no action or matter
shall abate or be discontinued thereby.
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