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UNIVERSITY
^ OF CALIFORNIA
M LOS ANGELES

I



SCHOOL OF LAW
LIBRARY



COLLECTION

MODERN ENTRIES:

OR

SELECT PLEADINGS

IN THE

Courts of KING'S BENCH, COMMON PLEAS,
and E X C H E QJJ E R, viz.

Declarations, Pleas in Abatement and in Bar, Replications, Rejoinders, c^r."
Demurrers, Iflues, Verdifts, Judgments, Forms of making up Records
of A'z/ prius, and Entering of Judgments, i^c. in moll Aftions. Many of
them drawn or perufed by Mr. Broderick, Carthew, Comyns, Dar-
ke l. Holt, Lrvinz. Lutv/iche, North ey, Parker, Pembert on,
PEj:cr.LLY, PoLLEXFEN, Raymond, Salkeld, Saunders, Thom-
son, Trevor, Wearge, and other learned Counfel.

A S A L S O,

..pecial Aflignments of ERRORS, and Writs and Pfocecdirgs thereupon

both in the faid Courts and in Parliament.

WITH

The Method of fuing to and reverfing. O UT L A W R I ES by WRIT

of E R R O R or otherwife.

TO wnicn IS AODEn,
A Colleaion of W RI TS in moft Cafes now in Praaice.

With Two TABLES, one of the NAMES of the CASES, and
the other cf the PLEADINGS and WRITS.

By JOHN LILLY, Gen t.
THE SIXTH EDITION, IN TWO VOLUMES.



V o r>. L



DUBLIN:

PRINTED POR MESSRS. KURNETT, WOCAN, T^YRN'E, J. MOORF., SLEATElk,'

LYNCH, m'KENXIE, GRUEHER, J.JONES, J. RICE, W. JONXT,

R. VVlIITli, WATT S. m'aT.M ST ER, AND P. MOORE.

M'CCC.^lCIi.



CO



[ y J
PREFACE

T O T H E

FIRST EDITION.

< ^"l^HE greateft part of the following
' J. colledion of Precedents, as alfo the
' Writs, were intended by Mr. Lilly,
' late Principal of Clifford's Inn, in his iife-
' time, to have been publilhed ihe being

* concerned in moft of the caufes, whereof
' the Entries and Precedents are here col-
' ieded.) The addition fince his time is

* done by a careful and judicius hand-, they
' are truly modern, being drawn and ufed
' in the reign cf king William and queen
' Mary, queen Ann, and many of them in

* his prefent majefty's reign, and drawn by
' the moft eminent men in ihofe reigns:,
' many of whom are now living.

' In tliis colledion particular care hap
' been taken to examine them with ♦'^^^^
' originals, and to give an acount y'^'^ '''*

' T T *

' the confequence of the pleadiKi'^' ^ ^^^
'■ arc added proper reference? -<^ books, that
^ ^ ^ ' treat



7(^^o^^



▼ill



'A Tahk of the Names of the Cafes',



Carter ard Mogg, Page 9

Child ^jg«.'«/? Hou*e, 132

Chinnel and Sparjces, 495

Chitv.-ell againjl\^'\z\\\cy^ i^

Cliilwell <7^(7;wy? Browne. 103

ClanricarJ (LorJ.) and Fitzgerald, 2^7
Clarke ^[i^ain/I Atton, 165

C'ark, one, Es^r. and Chauncry, 74

Ciarke /?;7^ iVinftcrs and others, 517

Clarke and the mqyor of Guildford, 1 09
Clay a! the fiat. o/'Bonhani, lOj

Clitheroa/;.-/ Franklyn, 92,523

Colepepyr, bart, /^'g<7l njt Tooki, 17

Collet, knt. againj} Lloyd, 32S

Collins rq.ihi/i Ford, ■ 66

Compton, knt. ogainjl the earl of Kl-
riare, 514

Cooper, bart, «•:,/ St. John, ei'q; 64

Coote and Lynch. 225, 27 1

Couhhurft (It the ft'.! t of Wootori, 498

Courfey, erq;(7«(^/ Compton, knt, 2i, 226
Coventry (mayor of) ogiinfl Palmer, 48
Crawley rtH^ Holloway, 144

Crefwick nWTruebody, 367

Crcmp (tnd ■ 9

Cro(re<7^//nf/?B!iron, 351

CrofTe and Croffe, 461

CrofTe and Lewis, 4S4

Croxhall,yf. ngalnfl the inhabitants of
the hundred of Hemlingford, 295 ,514
Curfon againjl Faunr, 168

Cuttinz and Williams, 227

D.
Dade rtf /''?f/n7o/Bickford, 7

Dalby ai the fuit c/Lady Holies, 1 1 5

Daniel fl^rt/w/? Crogall, He. 359

Darrell <?«,/ Wither, 437

Davey ag'ii^Ji Arnold, 237

Davy rtn,/Hellingtorr, 67

D-acon, £ffc. and Fe II, 26

Delves <-i«^ Conner, 467

D'^by (Lord) flrf/R^rford, 357

Djbfon cgainfl Shore, 9

Drake «Av/ Bateinan. 100

Draiy and Daley aga'mfl Monger, 165
Dakc of Newcaftle againfl Jermyn, 22
Dummer /?^i7i/7/? Fitch, 79,50b

Dunftar agair.jl I'lcrie, 55

E.
Earl of" Kildarc againjl Shaen, knt. 233,

291



Eafl: rtn^ South,

EaftrtW Wert,

Eaftman ««.-/ Butler,

Edwards and Fox,

Etiwards and Luurel),

Eeles and Sriies,

Ehnes ^wJHt ath,

Eldridge and BurfciM,

Elfe a>td Cotton,

Etterick at t/ie fuil of F^Wow,

F.
Farmer cgainil the bail of Ryves,
Farmer againfl Ros'ers,
Farnaby againfl Reeves and others,
Farrington and Lenthall,
Fawcett againfl Chiipnian,
Fellow again ji Harpur, ^c.
Fuller againjl VVigsr, l^c.
Ford againfl Taylor, i^c.
Fofier, fiff . «V«/r/? Kair,
Fovergne againfl Hampfon',
Fowler at the fuit o/'Tappenden,
Fox againjl King, i^c.
Frampton and Nourfe,
Freake, i^c. againjl Htfkst,
Frith a«^ Henley,
Frith and Herd, 1

Frith and Kemp and other*,
Frogat flWK/Marryot,
Fuller <7/ the fuit of Dovce^



Page- 34
ibid.

41
463

290
43
36
5"5
229
476

39?



425
'53

476
205
520
325
5^4
474
232

3

5»7

24

178

8

378



Gage, efq; figainjl Aflon, widow, Ifa

. . . . ^^3

Gardner and his wife awJ Pickering,

Garlick and GanrleT,

Gawler and Elliot,

Gibfon and Onfnam,

Goddard againjl Fowie,

Graham and Harrod,

Gratton, i^c. and Leeds,

Green and Alchorne,

Green, i^c. againfl Waller,

Grice /vn-y Leigh,

Grindall againjl LeightOD,

Hackett /?j^^/'_y? Tilly 160

Hackett at the fuit 0/ Glover, 38

Hal! and Stanley ig

Haifey agair.jl Hope, 303

Hammer and his wi'.e <7n<y Jacob, 291

Harding againjl Wood, 429

Harris



4
398
2:50

-3
148

439
254
347
233
381



Harris rt«^ Wright, efq;
Harrifon agn'mji Ling, l^c.
•Hafell and Spoore,
Hawbank ar.d Trim,
Havvley and Monger,
Heath V_grt/ry? Heath,
Henderfon {igainftCro^s.lfc.
J-iJje'ns againit Smith, ^c.
Hi?gins (igainft Baldwin,
Hoare and Clarke,
Hodgfon ar,d Kay,
HoldmyftafTe agairji Legawe,
Hohiiden, widow, againji Gregory,
Howard and Taylor,
Howell againji Harry and his wife,
Hubbard againji Handford,
Huckell rt/ic^H.'gginlon,
Hunlocke agalrjl Leigh, bart.
Hurft and Hurft.
Hyde at the Jul t of JohnioDj



A Table of the Names of the Ofes'.

Page 24. 1 Kirknian rtn^Robinfon, Pag

390 Kitchener at the fitit oj Brov/nin'^,

Lady Clanrickard y Fi;2gcralJ, kiit. 287



44+

252

83

453

43'

472

4

69

204

J 80

220

23*
356
292

180



126



Lady Digby againji B.irford,
Leak againft Legawe,
Lee and S:?.ruicr,
Legawe ^w/ Pliinier,
Legg againji Stephens, l^c.
Levett and the College of

t^cndon,
Leving rtnVGood,
Lewes and Jones.
Lickteiid <2/ the juit cf 'Kz^\z^'^
Liddi?rd and Crefwicke,
Linton and Bilfop,
Littleton ,it the Juit of Cooke,
Lloyd tigainji Badger



80 I Lloyd and Campbell,



357
20?

447

203

.363
Phyficians,



438
226
494-

3^5
45bJ
456
233



39'



5.8
3'



Jacobfcn, ^f. /7^^T/?/?Lee, 349,
James and En^lefield, bait.
Inciedon ^«<yDutchefs of Hamilton, 473
Ingram <J«^/ Hale /?/ the fuit 0/ Fletcher



3^9

42

268

30

229
504

J7S



Infes «?2i/K;rwocd,
Jodrell againfl Jennings,
lohnlon and GoC\(od,
Jonts at the fuit of Hayes, widov/,
Jones againji Srephens,
Jones and Tully, 391

Jcfeph and\}\e lord Mohun,
foyner and Horwood,
K.

Kildare (Earl of) againji Sbaen, knt. 233
King (the) /7^«/r/? Bolton, ^f. 523

againji CoppUfton, one of the

lord Montague's witnelTes, 297

— ^ — egainji the lord Griffin, 304

. againji Prior and Dandy, 339

againft the billiop of London, and

Lancaftcr, ^42

— ag.iinft the archbiihop of York

and Sowton 344
againji the governor and compa-
ny of copper miners in England, 41 i

againji Yale, etq; 419

King anr/ Peach, 29

Kingfaic (earl of) and Complon, knt.

478
a



, - .r • - (378)521

Lucas ana Legawe, 1 9.^

]_.yT\c\i agaiyj'i Coote, efq; 181

Lylbns again!} Stapley, widow, 166

M.

Madox and Wynne, 244

Man, Ifjc. againft Oadcs, n 2

Manfe^ll and Siamfcrth and others, 21

Mafon and Slipper, 87

Mathews againft Hodge, zi

Aiathews againjt ]_Mi\ovr, 229

Mayor of Coventry againj't Pa'mer, i^c.

48

Mead, l^c. at //if /:<// o/Maidwell, efcj

37'^
Medlicott aguiift Mounfon, 75

MichelU; thefuitofRolfe, 186

Mintf r and others at titefuit o/Bretf, 489

Miiehall and Purnett,

Moller and Ilted,

Moore jgr.infi Drewry,

Moore rt/.'i/ Johiifon,

Moore againft Plumley,

Moore againft Rowe,

More and Watts,

Morgan and Read,

Morris againft Oldys, ^c.

Morrice, ii^r-fln^/ Walker,

Morton rtn./Steddal!,

Mountford againft lord Griffin,

N.

Newcome and Banibridgc,

Newton againft Crefwick,



7*
2

374

2S5

68

164

295

3 'o

285

44

2tO



5

440
Nowel



A Table of the Names of the Cafes.



. Nowell agnlnft Batchcllor, Pnge 168
Nurton ogciinjt Paris, 84

o.

Ofiley ogninfl Orme, l^c. 179

Oldham ^^/v/w/ir Kepper, 321

Orchard fln^Shcpheard, 224, 392

Ofgood ««(/ Alexander, 26S

OoCnam and Gibfon, 483

Oufnam and Miitell, 224

Owen againjt Hughes, 436

P.
Pack againft Eafterfield, 16

Page and Hughes, 2'S

Page fl^«/w/> Morgan and another, 14
Palgrave, barr. and Windham efq; 46
Palmer rt?;.'/ Trevor, 441

Parker <vWEdwards, 525

Parfley and his wife againft Liverfay ami
his wife, 177

Partridge at the fuit of Baldwin, 475
Patherick /7m/Walden, 465

Payne at the fuit of Dunftar, 47 1

Peiham (lord) and Fagg, 500

Pelline and Fox, i 56

Peters -Againft Heather, 389

PetfywarJ againft Kent, l^c. 167, 482
Peyto -7;t^/«// Hyde, 1 2rf

philips «WSmith, 254

Phyficians (College of) /vwri' Levett, 2

pippin, l^c. at the (uit of Maynard, 3 58
plowman and Ward, 458

Ponder againft Braddill, 67

Pope againft Crofsy Ifjc. 335

Povev ag^iinft Cefar, 394

Poulfon againft Francia, 405

Powle Cfff. ^^tf/«/} B.irwell, 175

Powle, ^c. againft Tebutt, 176

Prefton and Hofkins, 4i;4

Prife and his wife againft James, 163
Probert ^«^/ Edmonds, 225

Purefoy, ^c. at the /«// c/" Littleton, 302

Queen flf7<y Davis, 145
Queen Dowager againft Briggs, i 5 i

Quenneli and Diddlesfold, 147

R.

Paper at the fuit of Swaine, i

Read a«iWaldron, 2S8

Rebow, knt. and his wife, and Hony-

wood, ijtO



Rebow, knt. and his wife, agdmft PIo-
">er, t>oge 172,504



Renault and Grahnm,
Reynohis againft Seymour,
Rofewell '•gainfi I'rior,

s.

Sandes and Lloyd,
Sounders againft Hanfl.ipc,
Saunders ^<«^/Uwen,



236

23'

5,6

447

278



Saunders, Gk\i againft iht fiieriffof Mid-

dlefex,
Sayle/7Wi3' Frank,
Scawen rt^j^V Garret,
Scot againft Burirefs,
Scras ond Harris,
Shearman ff^/7rr// \Vrighfj
Sheeres againft Pouieroy,
Shifii and Keech,
Short, yr. rtr7,/Beetham,
Sib!on againfl Aikinfon,
Silverlock «w^/ Thompfon,
Slate an i Freeman,
Smith agair/l Crawford, efq;
Smith againft Kngland, l^c.
Smith againft Farmer,
Smith and Harmer,
Smith againft Povev,
Sparrow agninft Dunch, Isic,
Spiller /7'7(-/ Antlrew,
Startup ant Dotideridge,
Stationers Conipany and Hunt,
Stationers Company and Tooke,
Stationers Company agninft iVIarlow, 63
Stephens, \£c. aigairjt Wickham, ^c. 65
Stone and Gu\{[onf a6i

Strode <7?t^ Palmer, ^48

Suell ^g^zn/} the tcrtenantsof the earl of



37
62

3

4H
470

54

230

38
393
5'5
107
486
187
442
192,515
492
164
516
189

19
153
4



T.



Anglefey,

Tallant and Jermyn,
Tanner at the fuit o/B!ifle,
Tawdin and L.avie,
Taylor, ^r. and Ford,
Tebutt (it the fuit of Powhy
Terrev /?"<-/ Duvall,
Terry, y^. rtVv/Pa'je, &'r.
Thornby ogainft Fleet v/ood,
Thruftout and PvCyner,
Tindall and Wood,
Tirrell againft Sedgwick,



384

509
475

247
498
166

30
524

397

. ^^
Tirrey



A fabU of the Names of the Cafes]



Tirrey nnd Duvall,



Titus, efq; aga'injt Parkins, knt.
Tcmkins againft Robartes,
Tcoler ngninft Archer,
Tone, widow, (7^,^ Theobald,
Town fend and Laurence,
Turner andTurntr,
Twitty /7r//Houlder,
Twitty arvi Bell againjt Morley,

Unaeriiill againft Durham,
Vymer ugainft Holborowe,
Vynal /jrz^Harman,

W.
Walker againft Towerfey, ^c.
Wall againft Town,
Wallbankrtwrf'nucknall, ^c.
Wallcot /i«i/ Dillon,
Wanley againft Lord, ^c.
Wzmer again fi Riddall,
Warton, knt. r7'</Carciron, Uc.
Webb againft Hawfon,



P^g^M3



45



3V
•4

19

60
141

'3

227
^17

192
148
460

349

247

69

238

,504

53
90



Weft and Weft,

White fl>7<^ Combes, y<r;

White againft Howell and his wife,

Whyte <2ttrt'Baynton,

Wickham againft Sperring,

Wilkins and Frogley,

Wilkinfon and Weale,

Williams flwr/ Fowler,

Willis and Den,

Winchurft, i^c. againft Belwood

Winter and Wibcrg,
Winter againft Camborne,
Winter ow^ Wilfon,
Withers /zWOfFen,
Woodhoufe and Twyford,
Woofely flW Fowler,
Wrench and Jacques,
Wright and Marline,

Yale againft Kirwood, knt;



3Cl

rage'^x
106



45
48
70

167

^55

m

27S

44f

35



453 1 Yorke againft Jordan, ^c.



Abater



( I )



Abatement.



Arkdl at the fuit of Humphry.

AND upon this Robert Arhell, by John filly his attorney, comes Mifnomer in
and defends the torce and it.jary.tfff. And prays judgment p.^^j^""'",^™^- -
of the bill aforefaid, becaufe he fays, that he is the fame perfon ^'^^d. 347.^'
ajraiiift whom the h\(\ Thomas Humphry hath exhibited the bill ,oCo. izz,
aforefaid bv the name of Robert Jskeli, and that he is named and 11 Co. ai.
called by the name 0^ Robert A,l.ell, and by the fame name from ^alk. 18.
the time of his b rth always was called and known, without that,
that he is called by the name oi Robert A^kell.ot by the fame name
was called and known : And this he is ready to verify ; Wherefore
he prays judgment of the bill aforefaid, arul that that bill may be
quallied.

By the Jlatu'.e 4 Annae, no /dilatory plea /h ill he rece')<ved in any 4 Anns, c. lOv
court of record, unle/s the party 'jeering the fame doth by affiJa- ^*^- "•
'vit pro^je the truth thereof, or JIioim lomv probable matter to the
court to induce them to believe that the fud of fuch dilatury
plea is true ; ixhich has occafioned the framing this affdwvil :



In the King's Bench



Between



The form of
an afRdavit in



A. B. the defendant in this caufs, maketh oath, that the fuhfiance ^ pi'^'^i.,
and matter of fad inthe pLa hereunto annexed is true. abatemeat.

R^per at the fuit 6^ Stvaine.



I



AN D the faid Fdivard, by T. S. his attorney, comes and de- Pica;
fends the force and injury, ijfc. and lays, 'that the faid E.l- ^Hcn enfmy.'
•ward to his bill al'ori;faiii ought not to be anfwtred, bccaufe he ^,,1,"' ^l^" ,,,j.
fays thru the faid Edvsard is an alien born at Calais in the kingdom finSt, Reg. 8.
of France in parts beyond the feas, undtr ihe JP'^iiince of Leiv^s
the French K'ng, and enemy of the now Lor! the Kin;< of Eng!ar,dy
born of father and mother enemies of the Lord the King ot F> g~
land, and to his fame enemy adhering, and came into the king-
dom of Er^/^w^ witho\:t the fafe condi:ft of the 'aid Lord the

IC^ The paping 'if this edition i« m«'1c to coruTpond with tliat 'fthe for-
mer edition', by pointing out the cnmmrncemct.t i f each pag in the mirf^in.
The pacing is illo continued 2t thj corner for the purpofc of more convenieat
reference*.

Vol. I. B King:



rj



Abatement.

King: Anil this lie is ready to verify: Wherefore he prays
judgment if the faid Ediuard to his bill aforefaiJ ought to be
aiil'w'ercd,C2'f.

mil Hall,



Plea.

Coverture.
Piaa. Ret^. !
Salk. 7. 8.
6 Mud. 133.



Replicaticn.

I 2 ]

•Travel fe.



Htjoinder,

Iffue.



Mlfnorne/ of
addition of
the degree,
4 Mod. 47.



Brackley and Stanton.

AN D the faid Sarah in her proper perfon comes and prays
judgment of the bill of the faid /^/ ////?;« a fore faid, becaufe
ilie fays, that \\\z the fame Sarah&i the time of the exhibition of
the bill oi the hid M'^iili am agamft the faid Snra/i was covert
with one J'/in U^t/t then and yet her hufbind, and living, to wit,
at Ijlington aforefaid in the county aforeCiid : And this the fame
Sarah is ready to verify : Wherefore becaufe the fair! 'John IVeJl
is not named in the bill aforefaid, the fame Sarah prays judgment
of the bill aforefaid, and that that bill may be quafhed.

And the faid plaintiff fays, that by yny thing by the faid Sarah
above by pleadin^^ alledged, the faid bill of him the faid IVilUam
now filed ou^ht not to be quafhed, becaufe he favs that the faid
Sarah at the faid rime of the exhibiiion of the bill aforef:iid, to
wit, 23d day of Ocloler in the tenth year of the reign of the faid
now Lord the King, to wit, at Ijlington aforefaid in the county
aforefaid, wasfole \ without that, that the faid Sarah, at the faid
lime of the exhibition of the bill aforefaid of the plaintiff aforefaid
or ever after, was covert of the faid J. W. her hufband, in man-
ner and form as the fame Sarah above by pleading hath alledged.
And this he is ready to verify : Wherefore he prays judgment
and his debt aforefaid, together with his damages by reafon of
the detention of that debt to be adjudged to him,yf.

And the faid Sarah as before fays, that flie the fame Sarah
at the time of the exhibition of the faid bill was covert, of the
faid J. W. her hufband, in manner and form as the fame Samk
above by pleading hath alledged: And of this fhe puts herfelf
on the country. And the faid plaintilTlikewife, ISc. Therefore
let a jury thereof come, ^c.

Levett and The College of Phyjicians, London.

AND the faid Ilerry Le'vett, by R. S. his attorney, comes
and prays judgment of the bill aforefaid, becaufe he fays,
that he the faid /tenry, lon^ before the exhibition of the bill afore-
faid, as alfo'.he fame day of the exhibition thereof, was and yet
is a Doftor of phyfuk in due manner made bv the univerfity of
Oxhrd, to wit, at London aforefaid, in the pariili and ward afore-
"fatd : Wherefore for that the fame Henry is not named Do£tor of
phyficjc in the bill aforefaid, he prays judgment of the faid bill,
ijiod that that bill may be quailied, ^c.

AND



"W:



Abatement. 2

AND tlie faid T. C. by Joh^ Lilly his attorney, comes and Abatement,

defends the force and iniurv, ^c. and prays oyer of the Thatdetendant

,,. r r -J 1 •. • 1 . 1 • • ►!, r j r<:aled the bond

vruing obiigatorv atorelaid, and it is read to nun ;n thele words, x^^^^^y with

to wit, Know all men by thefe prefents, ^"r. which being read £ F.^ndG.H,
and heard, the fame T. C pravs judgment of the declaration who are not
aforefaid, becaufe he fays that at the faid time of the fealing and ^^^'^'
cieiiverv of the writing obligatory aforefaid, whereon the faid
plaintiff againft him the defendant cornplains, to wit, on the faid
third day of Mayin the eleventh year of the reign, U'c. in the
declaration aforefaid abovementioned, at Leixjes aforefaid in the
courlty aforefaid, the faid E. F. and G. H. in the writing obligato-
ry aforefaid named did likewiie feal and deliver the writing obli-
gatory aforefaid as the aft and deed ot thtm the faid E. F. and
G. H. to the faid plaintiff, and became firmly bound to the faid
plaintiff jointly with the faid defendant by the fame writing obli-
gatory in the faid loo/. which faid E. F. and G. H. are yet fur-
viving and living, to wit, at Leives aforefud in the county afore-
faid : And this he is ready to verify : Wherefore for that the faid
E. F. and G. H. are not named defendants together with the faid
defendant in the declaration aforefaid mentionetl, the fame defen-
dant pravs judgment of the declaration aforefaid, and that that
declaration may be quaihed, l^c.

MoJler and Ified.

AND the faid 'Thomas^ in liis proper perfon, comes and de- Another aftioa
fends the force and injury, ^c. and prays judgment of the pending in the
bill aforefaid, becaufe he fays, that he the fame John in the court '""|^ '^""'■'•
of the faid Lady the Queen now here otherwife, to wit, in Eajler Pf^a. Reg. T,'
term lail paft brought his writ againfl: the faid T/^pOT^y in theplea 5C0. 6i.
aforefaid ; and thereupon the fame Joy??/ declarinfr againft him the £alk.. S.
faid J h-itnas by the nixn'i qII h:>mai ljUd\^\z ofi ^ ondon, Gent,
then and there appearing at the fuit of the I'aid John in the faid
plea complained. That whereas the faid John Mollerx\\^ firft day
of April in the year of our Lord 1701, at Londjn, in the pariHi of
St. M(iry-le-l'(rw in the ward o'iCheape, was poff^-ffed Oi divers
poods and chattels, to wit, of tv.-o butts of fpirits of v.-ine called
brandy, to the value of 1 ^o/. as of his proper goods and chattels,
and fo thereof being pofllffed ihe goods and chattels aforefiid out
of his hands and poflLffion cafually Uft, which faid goods and
chattels afterwards, to wit, the fame firfl: day of April in the year
of our Lord 1701 aforelaid, at Lmdm aforefaid, in the parilh and
ward aforefaid, to the hands and poff-ffion of the faid Thomas by
finding came ; neverthelcfs the faid Thomas knowing the goods
an I chattels aforefaid to be the proper goods and chattels ot the
faid John :Vhller, and to him the faid John MoHer of right to be-
long and appertain, but contriving and tradulenily intending him
the faid John Moller of thofe gc.ods and chattels craftily and
fubtiily to deceive and defrau<K the goods and chattels aforefaid

1) 2 allho*



2 1 Abatement.

altho' often rcqiicflcd, to the faiJ Jo^tn ivhller ha^l not delivered,
but the goods and chattels aloreiaiil at'terwarc^s, to wit, loth day
of A'orfw/'tT in the year ot our Lord 1701 aforefaid, at London
aforclaid in the piriihand ward atorefaid, to his own proper ufe
converted and dilpofed.io the damage of tlie iaid J'jhn MolUr 120/.
And therefore he then produced the fuit, ^c. Anii the laid 1 ho-
mai Ijhd by A. B. his attorney came and defended the force and
injury, when, iffc. and then prayed licence of imparling thereto
here until the morrow ot the holy 'Trinity ihtn next following ;
and had it, If^c. The fame day was then given to the faid John
Moiler here, i^c as by the record in couri here remaining mora
fully appears, which laid plaint or plea upon the- writ atorL-faid,
in form aforelaid obtained in the laid court of the iVid Lady the
Queen now here to wit, at Ji'ejlminjhr aforefaid, yet depends in-
r 3 ] (Ulculled, undetermined and not dilcontiniied. And the faid 7",4o-
J7:as farther fays, that the faid 'John Molhr in the faid former
dfclaraiion and p'ea named, and the faid John Mailer in
the faio bill againll him the faid Thomas Ijleii now exhibited.
Ere one and the fame perfon, and not another nor divers; and
that the faid Thomas I/ieJ in the faid torn)er declaration and plea
named, and the faid Thomas I/hJin the laic! bill againfl him the
faid Thomas Ijled exhibited, are one and the fame perfon, and
not another nor divers. And the laid Thomas Ijhd farther fays,
that the goods and chattels in the declaration and plea aforefaid
firlt mentioned, and the goods and chattels aforefaid, in the bill
aforefaid now cxhioited againft him the faid Thmnas mentioned,
are one and the fame goo.is and chattels, and not other nor divers:
?nd this he is rca'y to verify: Wherefore he prays judgment of
the bill aforefliid, in form aforefaid exhibited, (the faid former
plea and declaration as aforefaid yet in court here depending indif-
cuflid and undetermined,) and that that bill may be quaflied, ^c.

Carter at the fuit of Eennet.

Infancy A '^ ^ the faid Anne, who is under the age of 21 years, by

pleaded by l\. i?. C. her guardian by the court of the Lady the Queen now

guanlian. h^rs fpscially acuutted, comes and defends the torce and injury,

hraa. Reg. y^ g.,jj prays judgment of the bill aforefaid, becaufe llie fays,

5'»^5^' that flie the faid .^n«fatthe day of the exhibition of thebili afore-

faid was and yet is under the age of 2 i years, to wit, of the age
of iQ years and no more, to wit, at London aforefaid in the pariiK
and ward aforefaid, and that the faid Hannah profecutes her bill
aforefaid againft the faid Anne n^'iihtr by her next friend nor by
her guardian : And this flie is ready to verify : Wheiefore Die
priys judgment of the bill aforefaid, and that that bill may be
quaflied, cjff.



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Abatement.



Scawen and Garret.

AN D the faid Jo/in in his proper perfon comes and fays, that ^j^^^'|^^ 54^5'
he is, and at the day of the exhibition of the bill of the faid j^,^,^;"^;^^^
T/jjwrtj aforefaid, and for divers years before, was an attorney of thf court,
of the court of the Lady the Qiieen of the Common Bench in his That the de-
laid cfilce at /-F^^w//w,/?^r in the county of Mid.lcfex, attending fondant is aa
divers affairs of many of the liege people of the faid Lady the ^"J'ccLraoa
Queen in that Bench profecuting and defending as their attor- pieas.
ney ; and that the fame J''hn, and all other attovnies of that i Ltv. 54. *-
Bench, while they fo any hufinefs profecute or defend, accord- Piaa. Reg. 4.



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