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Page 89 - London, (the act of God, the queen's enemies, fire, and all and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, and navigation, of whatever nature and kind soever, excepted,) unto order or to assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods at 51.
Page 510 - ... to whom the cause and all matters in difference between the parties were referred, and subject to the special case, the costs of the action...
Page 85 - ... that no creditor having security for his debt, or having made any attachment in London, or any other place, by virtue of any custom there used, of the goods and chattels of the bankrupt, shall receive upon any such security or attachment more than a rateable part of such debt, except in respect of any execution or extent served and levied by seizure upon, or any mortgage of or lien upon any part of the property of such bankrupt before the bankruptcy...
Page 56 - ... such house or building shall be held, and such land occupied, and the rent for the same actually paid, for the term of one whole year at the least...
Page 524 - ... their destination. If they should be lost or injured by the grossest negligence of the carrier or his servants, or stolen by them, or by thieves in collusion with them, the owner would be unable to prove either of these causes of loss. His witnesses must be the carrier's servants; and they, knowing that they could not be contradicted, would excuse their masters and themselves.
Page 394 - ... to the use of X. and Y. for a term of five hundred years without impeachment of waste on the trusts hereinafter declared and subject thereto to the use of the first and other sons of John M.
Page 21 - The learned judge overruled the objection : and a verdict was found for the plaintiff on the first count, and for the defendant on the second.
Page 595 - In a private action for slander of a common person, if JS publish that he hath heard JN say, that JG was a traitor or thief ; in an action of the case, if the truth be such, he may justify.