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LEAVE OF COURT.

to plead double, stated, III. 97.
LEGACY.

assumpsit for, I. 144,5,6..
(this action will not lie without the express promise

of the executor. Vide Deeks vs. Strut, 5 T. R.

690.)
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, (see title Ad-

ministration.")
LEVIES, EXCESSIVE, (see title Excessive Levies.
LEVARI FACIAS.

writ of against bail, X. 340.
LIBEL, (see titles Slander," " Words,« Cnse.”).
indictment for, on the king. IV, 199.

on the king and constitution, IV. 201.
on a private person, IV. 203. VI. 449.
attorney general, IV. 206.
caricatures, IV. 2 03.

hanging in effigy, IV. 205.
informations for,

on justices of the peace accusing of fraud, IV.

407.
* on the Russian ambassador, IV. 410.

Ch. Jus. and Justices of K. B. IV. 414.
LICENSE.

plea . of license to transact the business charged in

the declaration, V. 315.
LIFE, ESTATE FOR.

ploaded, VIII. 584,
LIGHTERAGE.

assumpsit for, I. 187.
LIGHTS, ANCIENT, (see title Windows.')
LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF.

pleas of,
in assumpsit,

non assumpsit infra sex annos, II. 79. III. 207, 8.
LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF, (continued.)

replications,
writ sued out by testator within six years, III,

203.
intestate beyond sea till his death and bill of ad-

ministrator within six years, III. 204.
to a plea of non accrevit, &c. plaintiff's testator

non compos mentis, III. 205.
denial of the pleas, IJI. 205.
plaintiff beyond seas when the cause of action ac-

crued and bill exhibited within six years, &c.

III. 205.
a writ issued by testator and prosecuted to plea,

Il]. 106.
actio non accrevit infra sex annos to plea of set-

off, III. 209.
rejoinder,

no cause of action within six years, &c. III. 204,
LIVERY STABLE.

assumpsit on promise by livery stable keeper, III.

37.

LOCUS IN QUO.

demurrer for mistatement and improper description

of, VIII. 141,2, 3.
LODGINGS.

assumpsit for use of furnished lodgings, III. 65.

for use of unfurnished lodgings, IIL 65.
board and lodging, III. 65.

necessaries found and provided, III. 65. 68.
indictment for setting fire to, IV. 59.

for putting gunpowder in trunk in, IV. 59.
LOSSES, (see " Policy of Insurance.)

stated in actions on policies, .

by perils of the sea, I, 389, 96. 401, 21, &c.
fire, I. 393. 402, &c.
barratry, I. 401, 26.

LOSSES, (continued.)

stated in actions on policies,
by capture by enemies, I. 401, 4, 12, 13, &c.

pirates, I. 402, &c.
of bares for want of water, I. 422.
forfeiture by smuggling, I. 436.

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MAGISTRATES, ( see title Justices.'')
MALA PRAXIS.

against a midwife for so unskilfully delivering a wo-

man that she died, IV. 360.
MALICIOUS PROSECUTION.

of civil actions,
case for suing out a bill of Middlesex before latti-

tat returned in the same action, VIII.
for maliciously suing out a commission of bank-

ruptcy, VIII. 313.
for maliciously suing out capias and at the same

time levying plaint in the Marshalsea, VIII.

319.
for maliciously suing out an extent in aid, VIII.

324.
for maliciously holding to bail when nothing due,

VIII. 328.
for maliciously suing out execution before money

was due, VIJI. 330.
for holding to bail and lodging detainer, VIII.

337.
for maliciously causing plaintiff to be arrested

after payment of the debt by virtue of a writ
sned out previous to such arrest, VIII. 341.

MALICIOUS PROSECUTION, ( continued.)
• of civil actions,

for maliciously exhibiting an information before

commissioners of excise, VIII. 350.
for maliciously suing out a habeas corpus to bring

up the body of an infant, &c. VIII. 363.
of criminal proceeding,

of a charge of arson, VIII. 316. -
of a charge of felony, VIII. 320.
of a charge of swindling, VIII. 339.
of a charge of larceny, VIII. 344, 52.
of a charge of felony before a justice, VIII. 348.
for procuring indictment for a forcible entry, VIII.

355.

of an indictment for perjury, VIII. 356. -
MANDAMUS.

to restore to the office of alderman of London, VI.
. 305.
to the company of free fishermen to admit a member,

VI. 325.
to the justices in session to hear and determine an

appeal against award of commissioners under

inclosure act, VI. 344.
to admit and swear the son of a freeman born with-

in the borough, &c. into the place of a freeman,

VI. 347.
to vicar and churchwardens to restore to the office

of sexton, VI. 349.
to try the right of electing parish clerk, VI. 351.
to admit to the freedom of the city after an appren-

ticeship of five years, VI. 354.
returns to mandamus, corruption and mal practices

want of property requisite by bye law, VI. 306.
to admit and swear the son of a freeman ; denial of

custom, father not a freeman, VI. 348.
to a rector to admit a parish clerk, VI. 35C.

MANDAMUS, ( continued.)

returns to,

to admit a parish clerk ; not elected according
. to custom, VI, 351.
to admit an apprentice who had served five years ;

denial of having served that time, VI 354.
plea to a return,
protesting the insufficiency of the return, VI.

349.
petition for license to employ king's serjeant at

law to be of counsel, VI. 353.
MAN MIDWIFE.

case against for unskilfulness, VIII. 416.
MANOR COURT.

proceedings in nature of writ of right in, X.

219, 20.
MARES...

assumpsit for use of stallion, III, 62.
MARINER, ( see title Seaman.")

assumpsit against the master of a ship for wages

and for detention of chest and clothes, II. 347.
against the master of a ship for negligence in

suffering goods to be‘spoiled, II. 356.
against the master for deviation whereby insur:

ers discharged, II. 357. .
a similar and for smuggling, II. 361.
against the master for not permitting a passen:
· ger the use of the cabin, II. 366.
· by the chief mate against the master for discharg-

ing him abroad, II. 368.
by the master against the owners for discharging

him abroad, not paying wages, and seizing

his books, &c. II. 348.
sovenant by, against the master for non-payment of

wages, Ill. 312.
plea, breach of covenant by mutiny, III. 315.

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