The Jurist ..., Volume 11, Part 1 (Google eBook)

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S. Sweet, 1848 - Law
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Page 13 - A verdict having been found for the Plaintiff, a rule nisi for a new trial was obtained, on the ground that the...
Page 71 - Except nevertheless all leases not exceeding the term of three years from the making thereof, whereupon the rent reserved to the landlord, during such term, shall amount unto two third parts at the least of the full improved value of the thing demised.
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Page 23 - Provided also, that no person shall be so entitled as a burgess or freeman in respect of birth unless his right be originally derived from or through some person who was a burgess or freeman, or entitled to be admitted...

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