A collection of the reports of cases, the statutes, and ecclesiastical laws, relating to tithes, Volume 3

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S. Sweet, 1826 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 1203 - A rule having been obtained calling on the plaintiff to shew cause why the verdict should not be set aside, and a new trial had...
Page 1095 - ... and the discharge in the book, in his own handwriting, repels the claim which he would otherwise have had against the father from the rest of the evidence as it now appears. Therefore the entry made by the party was to his own immediate prejudice, when he had not only no interest to make it, if it were not true, but he had an interest the other way, not to discharge a claim which it appears from other evidence that he had.
Page 1173 - Warwick, the sessions confirmed the order, subject to the opinion of this Court upon the following case. The order of removal was as follows : — County of Warwick, to wit.
Page 1239 - Whitehurst obtained a rule to shew cause why the verdict should not be set aside, and a nonsuit entered, or a new trial had.
Page 963 - I am of opinion that the Plaintiff is entitled to a decree for specific performance, with a declaration that the clause as to plans and specifications has been waived.
Page 1095 - It has long been an established principle, that, if a party who has knowledge of the fact, make an entry of it, whereby he charges himself, or discharges another upon whom he would otherwise have a claim, such entry is admissible in evidence of the fact, because it is against his own interest.
Page 735 - ... as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as...
Page 1065 - Thus parishes were gradually formed, and parish churches endowed with the tithes that arose within the circuit assigned. But some lands, either because they were in the hands of irreligious and careless owners, or were situate in forests and desert places, or for other now unsearchable reasons, were never united to any parish, and therefore continue to this day extra-parochial...
Page 1169 - ... and from and after the expiration or other sooner determination of the said term...
Page 1007 - ... which is often so unequal that it cannot be fairly divided. The rule then is for the rector to take his tenth part in that first convenient stage of the process when the subject-matter may be equally divided, and that is when it is put into grass cocks in the common process of hay-making...

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