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SYSTEM OF PLEADING: -
COMPREHENDING THE MOST
APPROVED PRECEDENTS and FORMS of PRACTICE;
SUCH AS HAVE NEVER BEFORE BEEN PUBLISHED:
By JOHN WENTWORTH, Esq.
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER AT LAW.
I HE practical Directions to the Fifth Volume, containing part of COVENANT and Debt, will serve for the most part of this Volume, which takes up the remainder of the Precedents on SPECIALTIES from INDEMNITY Bonds (Fifth Volume), beginning with Replevin Bonds, and ending the two other principal Heads, Debt on Records, and on PENAL STATUTES, with PLEAs to the respective Declarations, of under the respective Divisions,
The Heads COVENANT on ARTICLES of Agree-' MENT, LEASES, INDENTURES, MORTGAGES, &c. are so similar to the same Precedents in Debt on the same Infiruments that they agree in this respect, where the Student is at a loss for a Form under either Head (the Author thinks), that pursuing the Directions in the Fifth Volume, by a careful search under fome or all, he cannot fail to find it,
And in another Leading Title, Debt on Bond: If the Precedent wanted is on an Arbitration Bond, it will be useful to run over the Forms under the Head of Debt on AWARD, being on the same subject matter, and the Pleas to each Declaration under each Head, where they follow, or among the Pleas at the end of the INDEX to Debt; which are first analized, to shew the Nature of the Plea, as in Covenant, and then disa inbuted into an Order similar to the Declarations. I. am clear that great Convenience will result to the
The Direction here recommended will be still more
The same Direction must be strictly observed re-
The remaining principal Division, namely, Debt
I do not recollect any other leading Direction that