Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: With Tables of the Names of the Cases and Principal Matters, Volume 4

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Page 414 - children ; remainder to the use of the first and other sons of the marriage in tail male ; and in default of such issue, to such uses as Wm. Lord Byron by deed or will should appoint ; and in default of such appointment to the use of Wm. Lord Byron in fee. With a power to him
Page 108 - has discharged those debts, will be a creditor of the concern. The question for the opinion of the Court was, whether the plaintiffs were entitled to recover? If they were, then the verdict was to stand ; otherwise, a verdict was to be entered for the defendant Steele.
Page 83 - opinion of the Court was, Whether the plaintiffs were entitled to recover ? If the Court should be of opinion that the plaintiffs were entitled to recover, the verdict was to stand : if not, a nonsuit was to be entered.
Page 27 - Court should be of opinion that the plaintiffs were entitled to recover as for a total loss of the whole cargo, with benefit of salvage, then the verdict to stand : but if the Court should be of opinion that the plaintiffs were entitled to recover only
Page 598 - Rebecca, for life, remainder to trustees to preserve contingent remainders, remainder to the use of the issue of the body of his grand-daughter Rebecca, in such parts, shares, and proportions, manner and form, as she should by deed or will
Page 201 - the lord, and not in the tenants. And at any rate, the evidence preponderating so much in favour of the lord, the court would not disturb a verdict given for him. THIS was an action of trespass for breaking and entering the plaintiff's close in the
Page 180 - Abbott afterwards obtained a rule, calling upon the lessor of the plaintiff to shew cause why it should not be referred to the master to compute what was due for rent, and why, upon payment of the sum so found due, together with the costs of the ejectment and of
Page 446 - o'clock in the forenoon of that day, in order to be examined by the major part of the said commissioners in the said commission named, by virtue of the said commission, and according to the intent of the several statutes made and now in force concerning bankrupts : and for your so doing this shall be your sufficient warrant. Given under our hands and seals this
Page 404 - officii had the actual possession. And the learned Judge, inclining to the latter opinion, suffered a verdict to be taken for the plaintiff, with leave to the defendants to move to enter a nonsuit. A rule nisi was accordingly obtained for this purpose in the last term ; against which Park, Wood, and
Page 414 - and suffering a recovery to bar the entail, and for limiting the Rochdale estate to new uses; the intended recovery (which was afterwards suffered at Lancaster assizes in August 1773) was declared to enure to the use of such person or persons, and for such estate or estates, and subject to such powers, provisoes, and conditions, &.c. as Wm. Lord Byron and

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