Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench: During the Time Lord Mansfield Presided in that Court; from Michaelmas Term, 30 Geo. II. 1756, to Easter Term, 12 Geo. III. 1772, Volume 5

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Page 2677 - CD, of the city aforesaid, merchant, my true and lawful attorney, for me, and in my name, and for my use to ask, demand, sue for...
Page 2803 - The counsel for the defendant moved for a rule to shew cause, why there should not be a new trial, and...
Page 2705 - Rhodes, for and during the term of her natural life, and from and after her decease, to the...
Page xvi - Where an act, in itself indifferent, becomes criminal if done with a particular intent, there the intent must be proved and found ; but where the act is in itself unlawful, the proof of justification or excuse lies on the defendant; and in failure thereof, the law implies a criminal intent.
Page 9 - In one word, the gist of this kind of action is, that the defendant, upon the circumstances of the case, is obliged by the ties of natural justice and equity to refund the money'.
Page 2744 - ... that no person within the city of London, nor within seven miles of the same, take upon him to exercise or occupy as a physician or surgeon, except he be first examined, approved, and admitted by the bishop of London, or by the dean of St. Paul's for the time being, calling to him or them, four doctors of physic, and for surgery, other expert persons in that faculty...
Page 2681 - not guilty :" and the plaintiffs obtained a verdict. The defendant's counsel (Mr. Serjeant Davy, Mr. Serjeant Burland, and Mr. Hotchkins,) moved for a new trial; objecting that the action ought to have been brought in the name of the...
Page 19 - ... of the same December, came into the hands and possession of the plaintiff, for a full and valuable consideration, and in the usual course and way of his business, and without any notice or knowledge of this bank-note being taken out of the mail.
Page ii - that the acts of an infant which do not touch his interest, but take effect from an authority which he is trusted to exercise, are binding...

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