A segment of the audience--specifically, "our grave men" who expect instruction, so that "poems void of profit" will be "Cast out by voices"-can both come away with something and know that they've come away with something: precepts (praecipes
) must be quickly perceptible (percipiant):
(1) Except as otherwise designated by the parties, the record shall consist of [begin strikethrough]the original[end strikethrough]all documents filed in the lower tribunal, all exhibits that are not physical evidence, and any transcript(s) of proceedings filed in the lower tribunal, except summonses, praecipes
, subpoenas, returns, notices of hearing or of taking deposition, depositions, and other discovery.
The rule provides that the clerk of the trial court will transmit a record consisting of "the original documents, exhibits, and transcript(s) of proceedings, if any, filed in the lower tribunal, except summonses, praecipes
, subpoenas, returns, notices of hearing or of taking deposition, depositions, other discovery, and physical evidence." (6) Depending on the issue on appeal, a party--within 10 days of filing the notice of appeal--may make a special direction to the clerk to include additional documents or to exclude certain documents or exhibits in the record.