A Treatise on the Parties to Actions, the Forms of Actions, and on Pleading: With a Second and Third Volume, Containing Precedents of Pleadings ...

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for use of seat in house to view a public procession
41
for the use occupation and profits of an inn
42
double rent on 11 Geo 2 c 19 s 18
43
the use and occupation of furnished lodgings
44
board and lodging
45
the moorage of ships
46
tolls on loaded carriages passing over a bridge
47
second count for same tolls
48
second count thereon
49
for calls under a Road Act
50
RESPECTING PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR 32 goods sold and delivered to the defendant
51
goods bargained and sold to defendant generally
52
tithes bargained and sold
53
the like in another form
54
RESPECTING PERSONAL SERVICES FORcontinued 56 wages as a ships steward or mate against the captain
61
prizemoney wages c by a quartermaster against owner
62
salvage
63
as a clerk in court in the Exchequer
64
as one of the sixty clerks in the Court of Chancery
65
as a proctor
66
as a sheriffs officer bailiff c
67
as steward of a manor for fees on admission to a copyhold
68
work and labour and materials
69
work by plaintiff c with horses and carriages lighters c
70
work journeys and attendance
71
work as a factor or agent in selling goods
72
premiums of insurance
73
as a surveyor in drawing plans c and for journeys and at tendances
74
as a schoolmaster and for books and entrancemoney
75
as a surgeon and apothecary and for medicines
76
as a surgeon apothecary and manmidwife
77
as a nurse
78
as a curate
79
for work and labour in booking receiving and keeping passen gers and parcels and the use of a shop
80
DECLARATIONS IN ASSUMPSITcontinued
83
counts on promises by defendant after the death of his part ner
88
against baron feme for work done for feme before marriage
90
the like on promises to the assignees after the bankruptcy
92
by a surviving assignee
93
by one partner and the assignee of another being bankrupt
94
by an executor for work or goods sold c on promises to tes tator
95
counts on promises to the plaintiff as executor
96
by a surviving executor
98
by baron and feme executrix after marriage
99
against an executor on promises by him in that capacity
100
against a surviving executor
102
against baron and feme executrix after marriage
103

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Page 363 - ... as for his costs and charges by him about his suit in. that behalf expended...
Page 467 - ... says that the said plaintiff ought not to have or maintain his aforesaid action thereof against him...
Page 478 - King in this behalf prosecuteth, in his proper person cometh here into the court of our said lord the King, before the King himself...
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Page 364 - ... all, and all manner of action and actions, cause and causes of action, suits, debts...
Page 407 - ... and this he is ready to verify; wherefore he prays judgment if the plaintiff ought further to maintain his action.
Page 173 - ... of our said lord the king, before the king himself, at Westminster aforesaid, more fully appears.
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