New Reports of Cases Heard in the House of Lords: On Appeals and Writs of Error, Volume 7

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Page 221 - ... and any of the parties were to be at liberty to apply to the Court as there should be occasion.
Page 6 - ... in the presence of and attested by two or more credible witnesses, or by her last will and testament...
Page 248 - Queen, is not bound by the law of the land to answer the same, and this he the said Coroner and Attorney is ready to verify.
Page 299 - The law therefore has wisely ordained, that the parson, quatenus parson, shall never die, any more than the king : by making him. and his successors a corporation. By which means all the original rights of the parsonage are preserved entire to the successor : for the present incumbent, and his predecessor who lived seven centuries ago, are in law one and the same person ; and what was given to the one was given to the other also.
Page 87 - Court doth declare, that all persons interested in the personal estate of the said testator [or intestate] are entitled to the benefit of this order : And it is ordered, that it be referred to the Master to take an account of the testator's [or...
Page 207 - ... mentioned, expressed, and declared of and concerning the same : and from and after the end, expiration, or other sooner determination of the said term of five hundred years, and...
Page 245 - WILLIAM, by Divine Providence Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of all England and Metropolitan, most earnestly commend to your brotherly love the Right Rev.
Page 229 - ... if it is not to take effect until after the determination of a life or lives in being, and...
Page 243 - DodweU, doctor in divinity was admitted, instituted, and inducted into the same, in the time of peace in the time of our Sovereign Lord George the Third...
Page 180 - Now, here, it appears that the defendants were justified, under the process of the county court, in entering upon the plaintiff and taking his goods, in order to compel an appearance; and therefore the question ought not to have been left to the 1828. Jury to say, whether they entered for that or some other ~7~"~~