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EXCISE, ( continued.)
informations on statutes relating to,
accepting a permit for the removal of foreign
brandy, IV. 521, 522. on 23 Geo. 3, c. 70, s. 10, for an offence similar
to the last, IV. 522. on 5 Geo. 3, c. 43, s. 22, for the condemnation of
soap lodged with intent to defraud the duties
&c. IV. 524. on 8 Geo. 1, c. 18, s. 11, against a brandy deal
er for not keeping his British spirits in a se
parate cellar from his foreign, IV. 524. on 24 Geo. 3, C. 48, s. 14, for selling hard soap
in other shapes than cakes and bars, not being
ball soap, IV. 525. on 6 Ann. C. 19, s. 19, for lodging soap in a pri
vate work-house used, &c. of which no notice
had been given, IV. 525. on 10 Ann. c. 19, s. 19, for soap found in a boil
ing house used for boiling materials for making soap of which no entry bad been made or
notice given, IV. 525. on 1 Geo. 1, stat. 2, c. 36, s. 14, for biding and
conccaling soap with intent to defraud, &c.
IV. 526. on 17 Geo. 3, c. 52, S. 3, for not making oath of
the quantity of soap made within the week in
which the same was made, IV. 526—7. on 10 Ann. C. 19, s. 6, for using a warehouse for
making soap without notice, IV. 526. on 12 Geo. 3, c. 46, s. 7, against soap makers for
opening a copper after the excise oslicer had locked it, IV, 527.
for beginning notice,
informations ou statutes relating to,
soap out of the weekly bills without notice,
IV. 527. on 10 Ann. C. 9, s. 16, for removing soap of
which no account had been taken without the
requisite notice, IV. 528. on 5 Geo. 3, c. 43, s. 14. for using a vessel for
putting soap into when taken out of the copper
other than square or oblong, IV. 528, 29. on 5 Geo. 3, c. 43, s. 15, for making soap before
a suflicient cover to a copper, &c. IV. 528. on 17 Geo. 3, c. 52, s. 7, for preventing an offi
cer from locking up the furnace door, &c. &c.
IV. 529. on 11 Geo. 1, c. 30, s. 40, for attempting to
bribe an officer to allow defendant to take soap
out of the copper, &c. IV. 531. on 24 Geo. 3, c. 47, s. 52, for bribing an officer
to conceal a fraud, &c. &c. IV. 532. on 1 Jac. 2, c. 8, s. 62, for importing sword
blades and scabbards without license, IV. 532, against makers of stone blue for receiving into
their possession loose starch, IV. 534. pleas, &c. on the 31 Eliz. C. 5, s. 15, (stat. limitation) that
the offences were not comınitted within three
notice of seizing goods, IV. 536.
the plea side of the exchequer, IV. 539, 41. subpæna with order of removal and stay of pro
ceedings, IV. 539
EXCISE, ( continued.)
pleas, &c. in,
order of removal thereon, IV. 539.
tering house under excise law, &c. IV, 540. EXCISE OFFICERS, ( see title “ assauli.”)
case against for illegal exactions, VIII. 466. trespass against for illegal seizures, IV. 537, 42, indictment for assaulting an officer in the discharge
of bis duty, IV. 63. information for the like, IV. 375, notice of action to, for seizures made by him.
IV. 536. notice by, of removing the cause into the exchc
quer, IV, 541. EXCOMMUNICATION.
of the plaintiff pleaded in abatement, I. 15. EXECUTIONE JUDICII.
writ of, to the borough court, X. 270.
upon a writ of false judgment, X. 271. EXECUTORS, ( see title “ Administrators,” « Scire Fa
by an executor against one, V. 447.
proferts by, V. 448, &c.
testate and another in their life times, I. 90.
of third indorsce rs. drawer, I. 321, 28. EXECUTORS, ( continued.)
ker, I. 342.
the like on a promise to executors, l. 3543 for rent, executrix vs. lessee, II, 7. for use and occupation in testator's lifetime, II. 78.
for not paying executor for testator's share in
a patent, II. 109. for the withdrawing a record in a cause by plain
tiff's testator, &c. II. 442. for not indemnifying plaintiff's testator from the
consequences of his eviction by mortgagee, II.
470. to recover gains stipulated by a charter party,
for a legacy, I. 144, 5, 6, 8.
ker, I. $42.
366. against executor of an attorney who had suffered
irregular bail to be put in, &c. II. 295. for business done as an attorney, II. 307. III. 74. for a reward promised in an advertisement, III.
for work and labour as an apothecary, III. 81. covenant by, executor of lessor for rent, III. 461. V. 1.
not repairing, III. 461, 88. V. 2.
EXECUTORS, ( continued.)
for arrears of a annuity, V. 327. :
on bond generally, V. 369, &c. against for non payment of a annuity, V. 42. quare impedit, by, X. 92. 95. pleas by and against, in assumpsit, ne unques executor, IIT. 216. plene administravit, generally, III. 210. tl.e like defendant sued by a wrong name, III.
210. plene administravit præter, III. 211, 14. a retainer. Ill. 219. set-off, III. 212. judgment recovered and plene administravit, III.
225. bonds outstanding and plene admin. præter, III.
212, 21, 44. judgment recovered against defendant, III. 241, debts of a superior nature, II1. 209. bona notabilia in case, III. 213. bankruptcy of plaintiff, III. 213. statute of limitations, III, 224. outstanding debts on covenants for annuities, III.
judgments recovered, V. 387.
other pleas, VII, 418, 19.
and denial of fraud in the obtainment of let: ters, III. 218. 211.