Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench: With Some Special Cases in the Courts of Chancery, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, Alphabetically Digested Under Proper Heads; from the First Year of King William and Queen Mary, to the Tenth Year of Queen Anne [1689-1712], Volume 2

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E. and R. Brooke and J. Butterworth, 1795
 

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Page 703 - Land obliged in any Manner to anfwer: And this they are ready to -verify : Wherefore for want of a fufficient...
Page 770 - Anne, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, queen, defender of the faith, &c.
Page 765 - Tenth Day of July, in the Year of our Lord, 1654, and divers other Days and Times, as well before as afterwards, at the said Parish aforesaid, in the County aforesaid, unlawfully and deceitfully did take upon him, the said William Lilly, by Enchantment, Charm and Sorcery, to tell and declare to divers other Persons, to the said Jurors, yet unknown, where divers Goods, Chattels and Things of the said Persons yet unknown...
Page 801 - William hath not hitherto paid: And this he is ready to verify. Wherefore he prays Judgment, and his Debt aforefaid, together with his Damages occafioned by the Detention of the faid Debt, to be adjudged unto him, &c.
Page 665 - You should have averred in the declaration, that the sale was in Virginia, and, by the laws of that country, negroes are saleable; for the laws of England do not extend to Virginia, being a conquered country their law is what the King pleases...
Page 800 - ... and this he is ready to verify; wherefore he prays judgment if the plaintiff ought further to maintain his action.
Page 561 - Plaintiff in Replevin, or other Tenant of the Lands and Tenements whereon such Distress was made, enjoyed the same under a Grant or Demise at such a certain Rent, during the Time wherein the Rent distrained for incurred, which Rent was then and still remains due...
Page 656 - Smith baron were of the contrary opinion; for that a modus is nothing but a real couipoiiiion, for or in lieu of tithes; or an annual profit certain and permanent: And they held, that the payment of any one chattel for tithe was or might be a good modus, as well as money; for why might not the parfon originally agree to take ten fleeces for...
Page 747 - And for caufe of demurrer in law, according to the form of the ftatute in fuch cafe made and provided...
Page 787 - Court of the said lord the king here may proceed to the examination as well of the record and process aforesaid, as of the matters aforesaid above for error assigned.

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