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Page 378 - ... then, and in every such case, it shall be lawful for the said...
Page 252 - That if any Person shall wilfully or maliciously commit any Damage, Injury, or Spoil to or upon any Real or Personal Property whatsoever...
Page 303 - And be it further enacted, that no action shall be brought against any justice of the peace, for any thing done in the execution of his office, or against any constable, or other officer, or person acting as aforesaid, unless commenced within six calendar months after the act committed.
Page 492 - Our sovereign Lord the King chargeth and commandeth all persons, being assembled, immediately to disperse themselves, and peaceably to depart to their habitations, or to their lawful business, upon the pains contained in the act made in the Jirst year of King George, for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies. God save the King.
Page 534 - Salk. 282, as a general position," that no master is chargeable with the acts of his servant but when he acts in the execution of the authority given him." Now when a servant quits sight of the object for which he is employed, and without having in view his master's orders pursues that which his own malice suggests, he no longer acts in pursuance of the authority given him, and according to the doctrine of Lord Holt his master will not be answerable for such act.
Page 178 - Hotham, when a verdict was found for the Plaintiff, with one shilling damages, subject to the opinion of the Court upon the following case. The Defendants are Bankers at Bury St. Edmund's, and issued the note in question for five guineas, payable on demand to the bearer. On the 31st of January last, the Plaintiff carried several notes to the shop of the Defendant, and demanded payment.
Page 576 - ... to move to enter a nonsuit, if the court should be of opinion that the indorsement of the promissory note in pencil was not a good and valid indorsement.
Page 475 - ... have been given of such vestry, and of the place and hour of holding the same, and the special purpose thereof, three days, at the least, before the day to be appointed for holding such Vestry, by the publication of such notice, in the parish church or chapel, on some Sunday during or immediately after divine service, and by affixing the same, fairly written or printed on the principal door of such church or chapel.