Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: Duringlthe Time of Lord Chancellor Eldon, Volume 2

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A. Strahan, 1829 - Court rules
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Page 483 - ... intents and , purposes hereinafter mentioned, expressed, and declared of and concerning the same ; that is to say...
Page 483 - ... place and stead of the party of the second part above named; which trustee or trustees, or the survivor of them, or the heirs of such survivor...
Page 488 - Rolls, decided that a power of appointment was not executed by a bequest of "all my personal estate, money, securities for money, goods, chattels, and effects, whatsoever and wheresoever, and of what nature, kind, or quality soever, and all my estate and Interest therein," and that said bequest was applicable only to the testator's own personal property.
Page 337 - ... that it should be referred back to the Master to review his report...
Page 81 - Shuman, have been placed under a rule to show cause why an attachment should not issue against them for contempt.
Page 636 - ... that the same cannot conveniently proceed by reason of the Solicitor for any party having neglected to attend personally, or by some proper person on his behalf, or having omitted to deliver any paper necessary for the use of the Court...
Page 636 - Office, specifying therein the dates and general description of the several proceedings which have been taken in any cause in the said office, whether such Clerk in Court be or not concerned as Clerk in Court in the cause ; and that he shall be entitled to receive the sum of three shillings and fourpence for such certificate, and no more.
Page 522 - Parliament assembled considering that a great part of superstition and errors in Christian religion hath been brought into the minds and estimation of men by reason of the ignorance of their very true and perfect salvation through the death of Jesus Christ and by devising and phantasying vain opinions of purgatory and masses satisfactory to be done for them which be departed...
Page 217 - Mead), hath not, from time out of mind, been payable and paid to the rector of the said parish for the time being...
Page 21 - If any one will turn his mind attentively to the subject, he must see that this Court has not the means of acting, except where it has property to act upon.

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