A Collection of Decrees by the Court of Exchequer in Tithe-causes: From the Usurpation to the Present Time. [1650-1798], Volum 1

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Bunney, Thompson, and Company, 1798

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Side 30 - ... waste or common, to the parson, vicar, proprietor, portionary, owner, or other their farmers, or deputies of the parish, hamlet, town, or other place, where the owner of the said cattle inhabiteth or dwelleth.
Side 89 - King upon their oath present, that from the time whereof the memory of man is not to the contrary, there was and yet is a certain...
Side 324 - The bill therefore prayed to have an account of what bouses the defendants severally held, what time they had occupied the same, and what rents they had paid for the same. The defendants set forth and specified the particular houses by them occupied, and the rents and values of the same, and insisted that all the said houses were situate in the precinct...
Side 154 - ... (except beasts of the plough and pail, and dry cows, which is referred to a trial at law), to pay according to the value of the herbage : tithe wool to be paid, and tithe milk, at all times...
Side 428 - ... in the court below, have been time out of mind paid, and payable, for and in lieu of tithe-hay in...
Side 38 - H. 8. and of a decree made thereupon ; and that it was doubtful whether the plaintiff, coming in by sequestration, be relievable before the mayor of the said city of London / and therefore the said defendants for plea say, that the said act of parliament and decree do only provide for the recovery of tithes in London ; and that in and by the said decree it is decreed, " that if any variance, controversy...
Side 151 - Soulderne, and the plaintiff be left at liberty to take his tithes in kind, any thing in the aforesaid decree to the contrary notwithstanding ; and upon long debate of the matter, for that it was insisted upon by the counsel for the plaintiff, that the custom of one halfpenny a sheep sold before shearing, or after, had already been adjudged an unreasonable custom at common law, in the case...
Side 316 - Court were of opinion that it was titheable, and that a tenth part of the value thereof, when taken from the cow to be sold or killed, ought to be paid in lieu of tithe.
Side 40 - ... up the same upon view and perusal of the said pleadings, and certify to this court his doings and proceedings therein with all convenient speed ; and that upon return of the said certificate the said defendants shall thenceforth satisfy and pay to the said plaintiff all such sums of money as shall be certified by him to be due to the plaintiff. And it is ordered, that the said defendants shall satisfy and pay to the said plaintiff 1O/, for his costs and charges by him sustained in the said cause.
Side 40 - ... revenue within the city of London to cast up the same upon view and perusal of the said pleadings, and certify to this court his doings and proceedings therein with all convenient speed ; and that upon return of the said certificate the said defendants shall thenceforth satisfy and pay to the said plaintiff all such sums of money as shall be certified by him to be due to the plaintiff. And it is ordered, that the said defendants shall satisfy and pay to the said plaintiff 1O...