Reports of Cases in the Reigns of Hen. VIII, Edw. VI, Q. Mary, and Q. Eliz. [1513-1582], Volume 2

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P. Byrne, J. Moore, 1794 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page xii - ... was an infant, within the age of twenty-one years to wit of the age of eighteen years, and this the defendant is ready to verify, &c.
Page xxxix - ... law, but by the name of their office, and upon condition written, that the prisoners shall appear at the day and place contained in the writ, bill, or warrant. And if any sheriffs, &c. take any obligation in other form, by colour of their office, it shall be void.
Page 53 - ... him, and this he is ready to verify. Wherefore, he prays judgment, and that the plaintiff be barred from having his action aforesaid against him.
Page 181 - ColeshilL was null, and that the right of the office by no means and at no time belongs or can belong to the Queen, but is only in the disposal of the Chief Justice for the time being, as an inseparable incident belonging to the person of the Chief Justice by reason of prescription and usage. At the end of the case a reference is made to the statute of Westminster, and it then goes on...
Page lxi - And if tenant for life and he in remainder join in a feoi´inent, on condition, that if, (fc.
Page 4 - King in this behalf profecuteth, in his proper perfon cometh here into the Court of our faid Lord the King, before the King himfelf at...
Page 87 - And in this case here, by the first ' ac' delivery to Calmady without speaking of it as the deed of the party, the deed was good, and was in law the deed of the defendant before any delivery over to the party, and then the refusal of the party cannot undo it as the deed of the party from the beginning. (16) i
Page 181 - This is the final agreement, made in the court of the lord the King at Lancaster, on the morrow of S.
Page 29 - A prays may be inquired of by the country," or, " and of this he puts himfelf upon the country, — and the
Page 5 - Knight, one of the Juftices of the faid Lord the King, affigned to hold Pleas before the King himfelf...

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