An Analytical Digest of the Cases Published in the New Series of the Law Journal Reports and Other Reports: Of Decisions in the Courts of Common Law and Equity, in the Ecclesiastical and Admiralty Courts, by the House of Lords, the Privy Council, and Election Committees of the House of Commons, at Nisi Prius, and in Bankruptcy, from Michaelmas Term 1845 to Trinity Term 1850, Inclusive

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Page 258 - And you are also clearly to understand that you have nothing to hope from any promise of favour, and nothing to fear from any threat which may have been...
Page 306 - That it shall not be lawful for any Plaintiff to divide any Cause of Action for the Purpose of bringing Two or more Suits...
Page 224 - I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved wife Sarah Barry for and during the term of her natural life...
Page 387 - A testator gave and bequeathed all his real and personal estate to his trustees, upon trust, to sell and...
Page 127 - On the trial or hearing of such action or suit it shall be sufficient to prove that the defendant at the time of making such call was a holder of one share or more in the undertaking, and that such call was in fact made, and such notice thereof given as is directed by...
Page 247 - ... if whatever a man's real intention may be he so conducts himself that a reasonable man would take the representation to be true, and believe that it was meant that he should act upon it, and did act upon it as true, the party making the representation would be equally precluded from contesting its truth...
Page 63 - The real selling value of the estate was, at the date of the will and at the time of the testator's death...
Page 232 - S. his wife to be begotten, severally, successively, and in remainder one after another, as they and every of them shall be in priority of birth and seniority of age, and of the several and respective heirs...
Page 234 - ... to his eldest son in tail, with remainders over, under which the plaintiff became tenant in tail. The testator devised another estate to trustees, upon trust to sell, and out of the proceeds to pay his mortgage and other debts, and gave the residue to his eldest son, whom he appointed executor and residuary legatee. The trustees did not act, but the son entered into possession of all the testator's estates and property.
Page 364 - The result of these authorities is, that the rule of law on this subject seems to be, that if a man find goods that have been actually lost, or are reasonably supposed by him to have been lost, and appropriates them, with intent to take the entire dominion over them, really believing when he takes them, that the owner cannot be found, it is not larceny. But if he takes them with the like intent, though lost, or reasonably supposed to be lost, but reasonably believing that the owner can be found,...

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