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act of parliament action affidavit aforesaid agreement alleged annuity appears apply appointed assigns attorney authority bill Canal charge Church Church of Scotland circumstances claim clause committee contract costs court court of equity covenant creditors debt declaration decree deed defendant deposit deputy directed directors dividends Eastern Counties Railway effect entitled equity evidence executed executors fees filed fund Gardiner Golborne Grantham Canal ground heirs held hereditaments husband indenture intended interest issue James judgment jury land land-tax lease legacies liable Lord Campbell Lord Chancellor lordships ment minister mortgage opinion paid parliament parties payment personal estate Philip Neale plaintiff plea present prothonotary provisional provisions purchase purpose question Railway Company received referred residue respect river Beult Rochdale Canal rule settlement shares solicitor statute sufficient suit testator thereof tion trust Vice-Chancellor Vict wife William Bromley
Página 92 - all to hear and obey the voice of him who is still recognized in her standards as her only king and head, saying, in his holy word,' Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do thy first, works; or else I will come unto thee quickly, and will remove thy candlestick out of its place, except thou repent.'—Rev. ii. 5.
Página 679 - close, strayed upon the defendants' railway, -which adjoined, through a defect of fences, which the defendants were bound as against A to make and maintain, and were killed: — Held, that the plaintiff could not recover either at common law or under the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, (8 & 9 Viet. c. 20,) section 68,
Página 511 - parliament made and passed in the 6th year of the reign of his majesty, King William the Fourth, intituled " An act for making a Railway from the London and Croydon Railway to Dover, to be called The South Eastern Railway," by a certain indenture then made between the plaintiffs of the one part, one
Página 597 - 826, that a confession, in order to be admissible, must be free and voluntary ; that is, it must not be extracted by any sort of threats or violence, nor obtained by any direct or implied promises, however slight, nor by the exertion of any improper influence. The
Página 361 - of that act repeals so much of the 6 & 7 Viet. c. 85, as provided that that statute should not render competent any party to any suit, action, or proceeding individually named on the record; but there is nothing in this latter act to alter the incapacity of a husband or wife. The
Página 337 - words :—" And it is hereby agreed and declared by and between the parties to these presents, that if the said Thomas Jeffries, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, do and shall well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the said Thomas Neale and Philip Neale, their executors, administrators or assigns, the sum of
Página 528 - 68, by which railway companies are bound to make and maintain, among other things, sufficient fences for separating the land taken for the use of the railway from the adjoining lands not taken, and protecting such lands from trespass, and the cattle of the owners or occupiers thereof from straying thereout, &c.
Página 361 - that the act should not render competent any party to any suit, action, or proceeding individually named in the record, nor the husband or wife of any such party. So that after Lord Denman's Act, the two objections remained as before. Then came the 14 & 15 Viet. c. 99;
Página 573 - 50/. such party may have the same settled either by arbitration or by the verdict of a jury, as he shall think fit; and if such party desire to have the same settled by arbitration, it shall be lawful for him to give notice in writing to the promoters of
Página 525 - case the cause had been tried by a common jury, unless the judge before whom the cause is tried, shall, immediately after the verdict, certify, under his hand, upon the back of the record, that the same was a cause proper to be tried by a special jury.