Delign to fettle, which cannot be here ; for how can he be faid to inha- \l' lo g £
bit upon Land? Poor's Settlements 5. pi. 8. PalLh. 1711. B. R. The— IfaMan
Pariih of Sedgemore v. Dulleton. rents 10 l.per
will be no Settlement, if he docs not lodge upon it. MS. Cafes S6. Trin. 3 Geo. B. R. Anon.
7. An Order was drawn up fpecially to have the Opinion of the Court, 2 s ' 1 , aw ' s ( ,
whether renting ot a Water-mill ot' 10 1. per Annum, would make a *' 3 C ;J S U '
Settlement ? Et per totam Curiam clearly, A Mill is a Tenement, and s q.
Settlement of the Poor.
Ibid. 5S. the Renting; mult s;ain a Settlement within the Statute. 2 Salk 536
c c f ^~ pi. 26. Hill." 10 Ann. B. R. Evelin Parilh v. Rentcombe Parilh.
e>na\\ s 1 .1- r
rifh Law 22S cite S. C. Juft. Cafe Law 241 . cites S C If a Man rents a Mill of 30 1. per
Ann. /;// has no Stock, this is a good Settlement MS. Cafes, Hill. 10 Ann. B. R. Anon. Fol
Poor Law 7S. fee ms to be S. C. fays it was an Order drawn up fpecially to have the Opinion cl the
Court ; and the Qu*rc was, Whether a Miller renting a Windmill of 13 1. a Year, and living and
conlbntly lying in it, was fuch a Tenement of 10 1. a 1'ear as would gain a Settlement? Jit per tot.
Cur. It h as.
So where a Perfon rented a Mill of 10 /. per Annum, who ajpgn'd the Leaje over to the Perfon who was
now removed during his U ill, asiu - ' as he paid Urn his Kent. He continued two Yearsj andpuneJual/y paid
the Rent ; and the whoic Court were of Opinion that it was a Settlement ; c;uod nota. Poor's Settle-
ments 10 r-v pi. 155. Hill. 1-21. B. R. Sr. Mary's in Guildford v. Cranley in Surry. S. P. z Shaw's
Pratt [aft. 57. Shaw's ParilhLaw 2;;. cites S. C.
A finale Man, tho' not his Family, gains a Settlement by renting a Winamillof 10 /. per Annum; for
a firglc Perfon mav inhabit and dwell there, which a Man and his Family cannot. Poor's Settle-
ments 4. pi. 5. Hill. i;ie. B. R. The Parilh of Ncwelm in Gloucefterihire v. Rancom in Oxford-
Foley's Poor 8. G. D. rented an Alchoufe of 5 /. per Annum at Ladyday Iaft for a
Laws - 9. Year, and in May following he rented a Piece ot Land of ' 6 /. per Annum, from
B R S C Lady-day l&ScpaJf, but did not occupy it, or come into ic till May following,
bv Name of n being heined up ever fi 'nee Lady-day ; he held it J or two Months, and then
North- Knib- ran away. And it was held hrlt, That it is not necelfary that the Mef-
leyv. Woot- fuage or Tenement mould be rented of one Perfon; but be it raited of
ton Under- j- everc7 /^ y et j n fr lm j c j s Dut one ^ an( j tne Statute is fatisfied, he being oi
* Renting a Ability to be trufted with a Tenement of 1 o 1. per Annum. zdly, The
Tenement Running away does not alter the Cafe, he being It ill liable to pay the
of 10/. per Rent, the Contract ftill continues; and living there but *4o Days^ the
Annum, and Contract being for a Year, it is good. The Statute fays, Renting a Te-
Reiidence, nement of iol. per Annum, but does not fay for what Time ; as to that it
gam a Set- is lilent. Poor's Settlements 64. pi. 86. Northdipley v. Wootten-
fuitnegatum Per Cur. Shaw's Parifli Law 237.
Poor's Set- 9- Renting one intire Tenement of 1$ I. 10 s. per Annum lying in two
dements ;S. Parijhes, viz. The Houfe and Land of 9 1. 10 s. per Annum, lying in
P 1 - - l gl- _ _ A. and 4 1. Land per Annum, lying in B. This is a Settlement in A.
E R s'c' where the Houfe is. The Statute 13 cj? 14 Car. 2. fays, A Tenement of
—MS. Cafes, the Value of iol. a Tear ; lb that the Rent is not at all material, nor
Trin. 3 Geo. does it fay, that All the Tenement mull: be in the Parilh where he lives.
B. R S. C io Mod. 389. Trin. 3 Geo. B. R. South-Sidenham and Lamerton
For the plain p h]
the Law is, That it is not probable that a Perfon mould become chargeable who has fo much Credit as
to be intruded with the Management of a Farm of the Value of iol. per Annum.
S P. 2 Shaw's io. Renting a Tenement of 10 /. per Annum for a Month is a fraud u-
Pract Juft. lent Renting ; but if a Perfon rents a Tenement of iol. per Annum,
Shaw's" Pa- and continues 40 Days, he gains a Settlement within the Meaning of 13
rifh Law & 14 Car. 2. This was delivered by Parker Ch. J. lor Law, quod non
23-.— S P. iuic negatum ; and fays it was the Cafe of CflttlbCttUCiL Poor's Settle-
Per Parker; ments IOO pJ I35 j^jj _ B R i n Cafe of St. Mary's in Guild-
101 sitno fie i- 1 /•■> 1 ■ o
pay a Rent lord v - Cranley in Surry.
able to the Year, yet he is not thought of Ability, or fufficient to he traded with it for a whole Year
Poor's Settlements 64. pi. So". Northdipfley v. Wooten- Underhedge.
2 Shaw's 1 1. A Certificate Perfon rented 14 /. a Tear, but it lay /';/ two Parifbes.
Prad. Juft. p er £ ur j c gains a Settlement in the Parilh where he relides. Poor's
S q Settlements 110. pi. 148 Mich. 1722. B. R. Parilh of St. John in Hart-
Shaw's Pa- lord v. Ampwell.
233. cites S. C The Court held, That the fame Reafon holds as in the Cafe of j&OUtfjs^Lamer*
ton, Trin. 3 Geo. where a Perfon rented a Tenement of 10 1. per Ann. in two different Parifhes, a-.d
Settlement of the Poor.
that the Law never defi^n'd to put a Certificate Perfon in a worfe Condition than another. Poor's Set-
tlements 106. pi. 143. Trin. 1722. B R. S.C.
12. Renting iol. per Annum, being but a Lodger, is a Settlement.
MS. Cafes. The Queen v. the Inhabitants of Dumbleton.
13. 9 Geo. 1. cap. 28. No Shekerer in the Mint, or their Families, pall
le adjudged to have gain' 'd any legal Settlement in the Parijh of St. George, by
having rented any Hottfes or Lands of 10 I. per Annum; or upzvards, unlcfs
fuch Shelterer hath been rated and paid to the Relief of the Poor of the
faid Parijh, or hathferved Parochial Offices there.
14. It a Man, having a Wife and Children, takes a Honfe in the Pa- S. P. Juft.
rifh of B. for a Tear, and in that Tear is wrongfully turnd out of Polfelfion ; Ca( " e Law
whereupon he takes a Houfe in another Parijh, and is there timid out, and r7 S I ' _ ~ T S ',i P-
then gets into a Barn in another Parijh, and there his Wife is delivered of ca p '., '
another Child, in this Cafe they are all to be fent to the Parilh of B. out — S.'p.
of which they were firft illegally fore'd. £ Shaw's Pratt. Jult. 54. Shaw's Pa-
(M) By Service or Hiring.
t. A N Inhabitant of B. hired a Maid Servant for a Year, and cove-
Jl\ nanted to gi\e her 40 s. for her Wages, and entertain'd her in
his Service; the Maid fell fick, and her Majler tum'd her out of Doors
Without giving her any Thing, and ihe in travelling from B. to H. where
her Friends lived, and where /he was born, was forced to beg for Relief t
whereupon Ihe was fent as a Vagrant to H. where lhe was born. H. fenr.
her back to B. where lhe was entertain'd as a Covenant-Servant; where-
upon they of B. procured an Order of Selfions to fettle her at H. which
was removed by Certiorari into B. R. And the Quellion there was,
Whether this was a good Order or not for fettling her at H. according
to the Statute > Or whether ihe ought to be iettled at B. where lhe was
entertain'd as a Covenant-Servant, and tum'd out ol Service, and fore'd
to beg by that Means. Roll. Ch. J. faid, Here feems to be a Fraudu-
lency in the Mailer to make the Servant a Vagrant, that fo he may be
rid of her; but if one beg Meat and Drink for Neceffity in patting be-
tween one Town and another, this is not begging to make one a Beggar
within the Statute. And therelore the Court ordered that the Party
ihould be fettled at B. where ihe was entertain'd as a Covenant-Servant,
and not at H. where ihe was born, if Cauie were not ihewn to the con-
trary. Sty. 168. Mich. 1649. B. R. The Parilh of Hardingham v. the
Panlh of Brifley.
2. li one be retained in Service only, the Law does not unfettle fuch Shaw'4 Pa-
Perfon. 2 Shaw's Pract Jull. 52. cites Dalt. 98. rifh Law
3. 3 & 4 W. ci M. cap. 1 1. S. 7. Enacts, That if any unmarried Per- "8xitpS.C.
fon not having Child or Children pall be lawfully hired into any Parijh or
'Town, for one Tear, fuch Service Jhall be adjudged and deemed a good Settle-
ment, tho' no fuch Notice in Writing be delivered and publifked as therein le-
4. One being placed with a Barber, to be inftrucled to ihave and make
a Bob-Wig, ior a Twelvemonth, and to be found in Cloaths by the Bar- \ }$■%&*
ber, and the Barber to have what he earned ; if this would gain him a Set- Cafe of
dement within the Statute of W. cv M. was the Quell ion. Per Cur. Cheftcrfield
without any Difficulty it will gain him a Settlement. It was objected, s , c Th