Modern Reports, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1793 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 344 - And if there be two or more plaintiffs or defendants, and one or more of them shall die, if the cause of action shall survive to the surviving plaintiff or plaintiffs, or against the surviving defendant or defendants, the writ or action shall not be thereby abated; but such death being suggested upon the record, the action shall proceed...
Page 262 - ... his directions in manner aforefaid, or unlefs the fame be altered ', by fome other will or codicil in writing, or other writing of the devifor figned in the prefence of three or four witnclles declaring the fame.
Page 303 - Southouse, and to his heirs males of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default...
Page ix - Now it does not appear upon record, nor any jlone that I have feen, whether the "Jury clubbed, or whether Mars treated them at dinner, though it is moft likely that he did ; for he was but a quarrelfome fort of perfon, and probably, though acquitted, might be as guilty as count...
Page 4 - П., 1682,' [having then lately before this case been one of the judges of the Common Pleas, but then discharged of his place after eight years sitting there secure...
Page 207 - ... and if any of them die before the other, then the furvivors to be her heirs " equally to be divided," and if they all die without iffue then to others, &c.
Page 128 - ... by the establishment of fairs and markets for the sale of commodities of every description. The king is the sole judge where fairs and markets ought to be kept; and, therefore, if he grant a market to be established in a place which happens not to be convenient for the country, yet the subjects can go to no other ; and if they do, the owner of the place where they meet is liable to an action at the suit of the grantee of the market. The law forbids the holding of markets and fairs on Sundays,...
Page 91 - Serjeant pleader, or other, do any manner of deceit or collusion in the king's court, or consent unto it in deceit of the court, or to beguile the court, or the party, and thereof be attainted, he shall be imprisoned for a year and a day, and from thenceforth shall not be heard to plead in that court for any man...
Page 22 - ... who -was Sir Richard Hart, for I never would join with any party ; but did all I could when I came amongst them to join them together and unite them ; for ever since they grew rich and full of trade and knighthood, too much sail, and too little ballast, they have been miserably divided. And unless this Court, to whom I think it properly belongs, upon complaint in such cases, will examine their disorders, and command peace and order to be observed in our proceedings, I cannot safely attend there...
Page 33 - Rep., where husband and wife levied a fine of the lands of the wife, and the husband, without the wife's consent, by deed declared the uses to himself and wife for life, with certain remainders over ; and the wife, by deed, without the assent of her husband, declared the uses to herself for life, with the same remainders over as those contained in the deed of...

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