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Page 438 - sustainable. However, he refused to nonsuit the plaintiff, but directed a verdict for him, with liberty to the defendant to move to enter a nonsuit, if the court should be of opinion that the action could not be supported. Accordingly, a rule nisi was obtained by Mr. Serjt.
Page 138 - with liberty to proceed and sail to, and touch and stay at any ports or places whatsoever, especially to join and sail with convoy. The policy had all the usual printed words left standing; but after the clause " beginning the adventure upon the " said goods and merchandise, from the loading thereof " on board the said ship," the words
Page 114 - having resigned since the case was argued) delivered the opinion of the court. The question in this case is, whether the heir at law be entitled to recover. It is admitted, that a covenant for further assurance runs with the land: The heir therefore might call on the covenantor to levy a fine; certainly
Page 436 - occupiers of such grounds, as to the said trustees shall seem reasonable."—By a subsequent clause it is enacted, ' that if any action or suit shall be brought against any person, for any thing done in pursuance of this act, such action shall be commenced within
Page 93 - will, executed in the presence of and attested by three or more credible witnesses, give, devise,' limit, direct, or appoint; and in default of such gift, &c. and as to so much and such part thereof, of which no such appointment
Page 249 - Regula Generalis. IT is ordered that, from and after the last day of this present Trinity term, the seal office shall • be open from eleven in the morning till two in the afternoon; and from five to seven in the evening, during term ; and for ten days after every issuable term, and one week
Page 184 - qui tarn, &c. v. CATHCART, clerk. MR. Serjt. Copley, in Hilary term, obtained a rule calling on the defendant to shew cause, why the plaintiff should not be at liberty to enter a remittitur of damages
Page 14 - damages, with liberty to the defendant to move to enter a nonsuit, on the ground that the plaintiff had discharged the defendant, by having accepted a cognovit, payable by instalments, from the drawer. The bill, as appeared on the trial, had been accepted for the accommodation of the drawer, payable at Messrs. Davison
Page 22 - shall have been brought; provided that it shall be made appear to the satisfaction of the court, upon motion to be made in court for that purpose, and upon hearing the parties by affidavit, that the plaintiff in such action had not any reasonable or probable cause for causing the
Page 480 - Serjt. Best had obtained a rule, calling on the plaintiffs to shew cause why the interlocutory judgment signed in this cause, and the subsequent proceedings thereon, should not be set aside for irregularity, on the ground that the defendant had been sued by the name of