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i' brought for a different cause. III. 150. to release ; non est factum. III. 156, 8. to plea of tender ; bill of Middlesex sued out
with continuances before any tender. III. - 177. writ of subpoena in the Exchequer. III.
179. subsequent demand and refusal. III. 180.
to a plea of bankruptcy, issue. III. 188. .. .i to plea of court of conscience act; plaintiff an
attorney and liable only in his own court. : ... III. 193. denial and suit for the same cause in B. R.
dlesex sued out within six years. III. 203.
actio non accrevit to plea of set-off. III. 209. to plea of plene administravit ; goods in hands of
the defendant at the time of the lattitat sued
out. III. 214. 39. to plea that one of the plaintiffs and defendant
are joint executors ; plaintiff never proved the
will. IH. 220. to plene administravit. to plea of alien enemy; license and protection,
III. 256. rejoinder to pleas of, infancy, that the goods were not necessaries:
III, 97, 100.
rejoinders to pleas of.
that defendant did not ratify the promises.
plea. III. 118.
when the plaintiff's bill was exhibited had no
goods, &c. III. 215, 42.
Demurrers in, (see title “ Demurrers.")
and process thereon. X. 461, 2.
generally. X. 278, 300.
X. 244. 300.
for an attorney. X. 279. 39.
judge. X. 279.
clerk of prothonotary. X. 272.
assumpsit by for services. I. 203.
for business done for a third person, II, 314, 18.
ATTORNEY, (continued.) .
for fees executing writs. I. 204.
to prisoner. II. 290.
putes with overseers, &c. II. 294. for not putting in bail. II. 295. for not having bailpiece acknowledged, &c. II.
295. "for getting the probate of a will in a wrong · court. II. 301. for neglecting to attach the sheriff for not bring
ing in the body. II. 302. for not paying over to plaintiff money received
for the purchase of an estate. II. 305. for suing in the name of plaintiff's wife for a debt
due to plaintiff. II. 316. for suffering defendant to obtain dischargé. II.
319. for suffering a nonsuit. II. 326. for not bringing on a cause to be heard at the
appointed day. II. 327. for irregularity in the taking of special ba il. II.
in C. B. I. 38, 48. .
ATTORNEY, (continued.) . . ..... . i
ney. IV. 73.
perjury in an affidavit. IV. 287. ATTORNMENT.
form of, by tenant. X. 262. AVERAGE.
statement of in a policy of insurance. I. 390.
average losses stated. I. 404. :", AVERMENTS.
. in assumpsit, form of in a quantum meruit court. III. 55.
quantum vale ban. III. 80. of policy of insurance being made by plaintiff as
agent. I. 402. of plaintiff's having stayed proceedings in an ac
tion. II. 399. of performance of condition precedent. II. 441.
of usance. I. 240. AVOWRIES, ( see title “ Replevin.")
for rent. VIII. 101 to 122.
for port dues. VIII. 123. AUCTIONEERS. .
assumpsit against, .. .
at auction. II. 189.
vertisement. II. 224. a similar. II. 328. for not making out a good title to the estate sold.
AUCTIONEERS, ( continued.) is! (;; .
conditions of sale. II. 331. •
331. by for afterwards employing another auctioneer,
II. 333. AUTER ACTION PENDANT. plea of in abatement. J. 37, 44, 59.
in bar. III. 140. AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS, (and see title “ libel.”)
assumpsit for writing essays in a newspaper. II.
information against for the like. IV. 410. AWARDS AND ARBITRATION.
statement of making of, after time enlarged. v.
338. declarations on, indebitatus assumpsit generally. I. 92, 94. by executors against administrators upon
award entered into by testator and intes
tate. I. 90.
on an umpirage. I. 95. in debt, in pursuance of order at Nisi Prius. V. 336, 54. on a reference at the sittings, (Juror with
drawn.) V. 337.
rule of court. V. 341, 50.