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Page 146 - An Act for the further security of His Majesty's person and Government, and the succession of the Crown in the Heirs of the late Princess Sophia, being Protestants, and for extinguishing the hopes of the pretended Prince of Wales, and his open and secret abettors...
Page 26 - Provided always and be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That nothing in this Act shall extend or be construed to extend to...
Page 70 - Parliament, to be made of any benefice or ecclesiastical promotion with cure or any part thereof, and not being impropriated, shall endure any longer than while the...
Page 228 - Evans wanted to borrow £400 or so much of it as his credit should be able to raise; for this purpose he executed a bond, with blanks for the name and sum, and sent an agent to raise money on the bond; Texira lent £200 on it, and the agent accordingly filled up the blanks with that sum and Texira's name, and delivered the bond to him. On non est factum pleaded, Lord Mansfield held it a good deed.
Page 215 - ... so that the action was not removed, but simply an injunction went to stay the proceedings. And I think I can see why that was. If the action had been removed, the question could not have been tried, even in the office of pleas, because you cannot try the Queen's title in an ejectment. The Queen was in possession ; her hands must be removed by some other course of proceeding than an ejectment, and therefore it was fruitless to think of removing it, and it remained under an injunction.
Page 44 - Prius, and shows [*252 them to the jury, they are not to be considered as evidence, but only as the grounds on which he has formed his opinion, in the same manner as if he were to cite authorities for the point of law he lays down.
Page 233 - ... of right ought to have had and enjoyed, and still of right ought to have and enjoy, the benefit and advantage of the water of a certain stream or...
Page 169 - Serjt., now moved for a rule to shew cause why the verdict should not be set aside, and a new trial granted, on the ground of misdirection.
Page 146 - An Act to make further provision for electing and summoning sixteen peers of Scotland to sit in the house of peers in the parliament of Great Britain, and for trying peers for offences committed in Scotland, and for the further regulating of voters in elections of members to serve in parliament, so far as relates to the trial of peers for offences committed in Scotland.