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act of parliament action aforesaid agreed agreement alleged amount appellant arbitrator behalf bill of exchange bill of lading breach Byles cargo carry cause charter-party charterer claim clause Common Law compensation contract count court covenant creditors damage debtor debts declaration deed default defendant defendant's deliver demised discharged drain duly duty E. C. L. R. vol Earl of Shrewsbury enjoyment entitled to recover Erle executed freight grant held hereditaments indenture injury insured intended Isle of Arran judgment jury land lessee lessor liable Lord loss marked for argument matter ment mentioned metropolitan board Montague Smith notice opinion owner Oxton paid parties passengers payable payment person plaintiff plea pleaded possession power of leasing premises proceedings promissory note question Railway Company reason referred rent respect rule ship statute tenant term thereby therein thereof tion trustees verdict vessel vested vestry Western Railway
Page 442 - (the act of God, the Queen's enemies, fire, and all and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, and navigation, of what nature and kind soever during the said voyage, always excepted): the cargo to be delivered afloat alongside a railway or other safe wharf, steamer, or
Page 207 - demurrage for the said coals as per charter-party, with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof the master or purser of the said ship hath affirmed to three bills of lading, all of this tenor and date, the one of which three bills being accomplished, the other two to stand void.
Page 387 - being the toll excessively taken, the sum of 2s. 6d., to be paid and applied according to law, and also to pay to the respondent his costs in that behalf. The appellant being dissatisfied with the decision, the following case was stated, pursuant to the 20 & 21 Viet.
Page 176 - same, on being paid freight at a specified rate: "cash for ship's disbursements to be advanced to the extent of 300/., free of interest, but subject to insurance;" "the freight to be paid on unloading and right delivery of the cargo, as follows, say, in cash, less two months' interest at 5 per cent.;
Page 338 - reimburse him, but could not by omitting to adopt that 'course ' entitle himself to demurrage for so long as he chose to stay. Under the direction of the learned judge a verdict was entered for the defendant, leave being reserved to the plaintiff to move to enter the verdict for him for
Page 583 - And when they had eaten enough, they lightened the ship, and cast out the wheat into the sea." " And when they had taken up the anchors, they committed themselves unto the sea, and loosed the rudder-bands, and hoisted up the mainsail to the wind, and made
Page 761 - the suppression thereof," enacts that "no house, office, room, or other place shall be opened, kept, or used for the purpose of the owner, occupier, or keeper thereof, or any person using the same, or any person procured or employed by or acting for or on
Page 207 - lire, and all and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, and navigation of whatever nature or kind soever excepted) unto Mr. F. Pope or order, on being paid freight
Page 349 - it shall not be necessary to prove by the attesting witness any instrument to the validity of which attestation is not requisite, and that such instrument may be proved by admission or otherwise, as if there had been no attesting witness thereto,"—does not apply to a case where the production of
Page 143 - nor did they within twenty-one days after the receipt of the said notice issue th'eir warrant to the sheriff to summon a jury for settling the same in the manner provided by law ; that, by reason of such default to issue their warrant as aforesaid, the defendants became and were liable to pay to the plaintiff,