Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer and Exchequer Chamber, from Hilary Term, 6 Will. IV., to [Easter Term, 10 Victoria] Both Inclusive, [1836-1847]: With Tables of the Cases and Principal Matters, Volume 16

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Page 114 - That no contract for the sale of any goods, wares, and merchandise, for the price of ten pounds sterling or upwards, shall be allowed to be good, except the buyer shall accept part of the goods so sold, and actually receive the same...
Page 709 - ... other days and times between that day and the third of May, in the twenty-ninth year, &c. contributed and paid divers large sums of money, amounting in the whole to a large sum of money, to wit, the sum of...
Page 81 - That the said ship being tight, staunch and strong, and every way fitted for the voyage, shall with all convenient speed sail and proceed to , or so near thereunto as she may safely get, and there load...
Page 228 - ... insurance; which relation or concern, by the happening of the perils insured against, may be so affected as to produce a damage, detriment or prejudice to the person insuring. And where a man is so circumstanced with respect to matters exposed to certain risks...
Page 6 - Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith ; to the Sheriff of greeting.
Page 47 - ... from the earliest time down to the present, the word "necessaries" was not confined, in its strict sense, to such articles as were necessary to the support of life, but extended to articles fit to maintain the particular person in the state, station, and degree in life in which he is; and therefore we must not take the word "necessaries," in its unqualified sense, but with the qualification above pointed out.
Page 309 - Cur. adv. vult. The judgment of the Court was now delivered by PARKE, B.
Page 802 - ... and if the other party shall intend to rely on any proviso, exception, incapacity, disability, contract, agreement, or other matter hereinbefore mentioned, or on any cause or matter of fact or of law not inconsistent with the simple fact of enjoyment, the same shall be specially alleged and set forth in answer to the allegation of the party claiming, and shall not be received in evidence on any general traverse or denial of such allegation.
Page 330 - Name and with the Privity of the Accountant General of the Court of Chancery, to be placed to his Account...
Page 486 - In point of law, a father who gives no authority, and enters into no contract, is no more liable for goods supplied to his son, than a brother, or an uncle, or a mere stranger would be.

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