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Page 378 - All that is perfectly correct: for, although the ass may have been wrongfully there, still the defendant was bound to go along the road at such a pace as would be likely to prevent mischief. Were this not so, a man might justify the driving over goods left on a public highway, or even over a man lying asleep there, or the purposely running against a carriage going on the wrong side of the road.
Page 760 - AB, as for his costs and charges by him about his suit in that behalf expended...
Page 269 - Police court, in the county of Middlesex, and within the Metropolitan police district, before me, the undersigned, one of the magistrates of the police courts of the metropolis, sitting at the police court aforesaid...
Page 988 - Island of Jersey, and to JC Viscount of said " Island, greeting. We command you that you have " the body of CCW detained in our prison under " your custody, as it is said, together with the day and " cause of his being taken and detained...
Page 675 - Creditor; and further, that unless the Judgment Debtor shall within a Time to be mentioned in such Order show to a Judge of one of the said Superior Courts sufficient Cause to the contrary, the said Order shall, after Proof of Notice thereof to the Judgment Debtor, his Attorney or Agent, be made absolute : Provided that any such Judge shall, upon the Application of the Judgment Debtor, or any Person interested, have full Power to discharge or vary such Order, and to award such Costs upon such Application...
Page 239 - For such purposes, compensation (as so defined) paid in a calendar year shall, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, be presumed to have been paid in equal proportions with respect to all months in the year in which the employee rendered services for such compensation.
Page 1057 - ... that the cause of action did not accrue within six years next before the commencement of the suit, — the last writ which is served, being, for this purpose, the commencement of this suit.
Page 179 - ... aforesaid, casually lost the said * * * goods and chattels, out of his possession ; and the same afterwards, to wit, on the day and year first aforesaid, at, &c.
Page 50 - ... and the person elected shall hold the office until the time when the person in whose place he is elected would regularly have gone out of office, and he shall then go out of office.
Page 778 - Court, for to administer and dispend for the soul of the dead ; and shall answer also in the King's Court to other, to whom the said dead person was holden and bound, in the same manner as executors shall answer. And they shall be accountable to the Ordinaries, as executors be in the case of testament, as well of the time past as the time to come.

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