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Indfitment.
Good or not in respect of the Place where or before

whom taken,or where the fact is alleged to be done. H 8:

Good or not in respect of the Time when taken, and

setting forth of the Fact.

Uncertainty in the Offence too general.

Uncertainty.

N.

Things of Form.

Quashed. In what Cases, and for what Faults. S.

Indulgence to Persons indicted.

Abated by what. Misnomer or Addition.

ndorsement.

Infidels

Information.

For what.

B.

:In what Case.

C.

Procedings in general.

E.

Pleadings.

F.

Inhabitants.

What they may do' or claim as such, and how. B.

njunion

Grantable ; in what Cases to stop Proceedings. A.

Grantable, in what Cases, to stop Execution, or to

stay Waste.

Grantable ; in what Cases to quiet Poffeflon.

3.

Grantable; in what Cases in general.

Ac what Time it may be granted.

How, and on what Suggestions and Terms granted or

obtained.

B.

To what Court or Place, &c. Injunction lics. C.

Perpetual Injunctions. In what Cases.

D.

The Force of an Injunction.

E.

Disolved, or made absolute, in what Cases, and how. F.

Of the Service of an Injunction.

G.

Juns and Innkeepers.

Innuendo.

A.

Inquiry.

Writ of Inquiry of Damages : in what Cases awarded ;

and how it may

Be.

Inquiry of Writ quashed or superseded; for what, and

when. And Notice ; in what Cases; when, and

how.

D.

Writ of Inquiry. Executed. At what Time or Place,

and what must be proved then.

E.

Inrolment.

Pleadings.

G.

nftant.

Interelt.

Interest Money. Allowable in what Cases, other than

Legacies, Mortgages, and Portions.

C.

In Cafes where Interest shall be allowed, from what

Time the Allowance shall be.

D.

Upon Interest, and in what Cases it shall exceed the

Penalty.

E.

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Intereft.

How much, where the Debt was contracted in a fc-

reign country.

F.

Jnterrogatories.

What they are ; and exhibited by whom.

Examined on new Interrogatories. In what Cases. D.

Punishment for Refusal to be examined thereon. G.

Inventory.

Necessary; in what Cases; and the Punishment of not

making it.

Of what Things, and how.

Confidered how; and the Effect thereof when exhi.

bited.

D.

Intire Damages.

Joint Tenants (and Tenants in common.]

On the Effect of a Dispofition to cwo, and the Survivor

· of them, and the Heirs of such Survivor.

A.

Of what Eitates, 'Things, or Actions there may be a

Survivor.

B.

What shall be said a Severancce of the Jointure. E.

Joint-Tenants, or Tenants in common, by what

Words. (By Devise.)

K.

In what Cales they shall be Joint-Tenants or Tenants

in common. [By Deed, &c.]

In what Cases, and to what Purposes the Inheritance

shall be said to be executed in the Life of the Par.

ties.

I.

Joint-Cenants.

Leales by one. In what Case they shall bind the other. U.

Survivorship. In what Cases.

Tenants in Common. Of what.

Oufter. What shall be laid on Ouster, &c. by one of

the other.

P.

Ouster. What Mall be said to be an Ouster, &c. by the

one of the other.

Aions. What lay at Common Law, or lie now for

one Joint Tenant, &c. againtt another,

Equity. Cases in Equity.

Jointress and Jointure.

Jointress restrained, or favoured. In what Cases, B.

Bar of Dower. In what Cases Jointure is a Bar, H.

Journeys.

Journeys' Accounts. What it is, and Proceedings. A.

Ireland.

How far bound by English Statutes.

A.

Judgment.

In what Cafes, after a Verdia, Judgment shall not be

given upon the Verdict, but upon the Declaration,

Plea, or other Part of the Record.

D.

Release. What collateral 'Act will hinder a Judgment,

viz. Release to one of the Defendants.

F.

Where a Release, or Nolle Profequi of Part of the

Thing will be a Release of all.

Aided by Release of Damages, or what else would

make Error,

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Judgment.

Tage When a Plea is good for Part, and ill for other Part, how Judgment shall be given.

N,

152 Judgment against whom, when two are sued and one acquitted,

153 By Prayer.

P. 153 In what Actions, Judgment being given shall be a Bar of others. (Actions of another fort.)

ac

153 Judgment or Recovery in one Adion, where a Bar in

another, being brought by the same or by different
Persons.

Q. 4. 154 In what Cases one or several Judgments shall be given ;

and what shall be said one and what several Judge
ments.

T.

154 Revived by Scire Facias.

X. s.

154 When to be signed and entered.

Y.

156 Arrest of Judgment, for wbat; how; when.

C, a.

159 Set aside, for what and how. Irregularity in figning it. Want of or insufficiency in a Plea,

D. 4. 2.

161 Set aside for Irregularity in figning it. Not paying for the Issue, c.

162 Set aside for Irregularity in figning it. Want of Natice of Writ or Declaration.

E, a.
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Exempted from serving on Juries. Who are, and Re- .
medy if returned.

A. e. 2. 103 Challenge to the Array. Who may take it.

163 Challege. What Persons may be impannelled. (In respect of their Quality or Degree.)

164
Challenge. Freehold necessary or not, in what Cases. Z. c. 2. 164
Challenge (principal) or peremptory to the Jurors.
What is)

A. d.
3.

165 Challenge peremptory in Criminal Cases. How many A. d. 4. 165 Jultices. Of the Warrants, and the Form, &c. of them. In ge. neral.

F.

166 Warrants executed, how.

G.

167 of their taking Bail,

H.

168 Punishable. In what Cafes,

L

168 Zuttification. Who may justify the detaining of a Thing, till Satis. faction.

179 Land. Where Land shall be taken as Money, or Money as Land.

A.

177 Where Money being ordered to be laid out in Land,

and settled, Chancery will decree the Payment, or
enforce the laying it out.

176 Latitat. Licitat. What it is; and the Intent of it.

A. 178 Lebant and Couchant.

A.

179 Lien. What is a Lien on the Lands.

A.

179 What Agreement is a Lien on the Lands.

B.

180

E. e.

Y. c.

A.

B.

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196

bel.

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What is a Libel.

A. 181
What is the diftind Power of the Court, and of the
Jury, as to Libels.

D. 182
E.

182 Publication. What?

F. 183
Licence.
Countermandable.

E.
Limitation
Time of Limitation,

A. 184
Prevented as to rcal Actions. By what Aas. B.

184 Prevented as to personal Actions. . By what Ads.

185 Extends to what Things, or Actions in general, touching the Personalty.

186 Accounts between Merchants.

187 Beyond Sea. Infants. Feme Covert. Persons imprisoned. Non compos.

H.

187 Equity. Relief, in what Cases, against the Statute,

188
Equity. What Proceedings in Equity are within it. U. 189
Lis pendents.
What is.

195 Pieadings.

195 Lanatic, Poncampos, and Jaiot. Cuftody. Who shall have it, and how.

A.

196 Power of the Committee. And Allowances,

B.
Ads, or Grants, &c. 'of a Lunatic, confirmed or
avoided.

D.
Other Matters.
How the Lunacy shall be tried, and what is a good
Return.

E.

199 Lunatic and Trustees enabled to transfer.

K.

200 Mariners. Marriners' Wages. Payable or loft. In what Cases, and how much.

300 Wages. Suable for. In what Court and when,

201 Market. Fair. Stallage.

B.

202 Fair. What Things Strangers may do.

203 Proceedings. Pleadings and Judgment. How.

203 Whac Things may be sold out of the Market.

203 Of the Toll Bookkeeper, and Property altered by Sale in Market overt or Fair,

I,

203 s@arriage. What is, or amounts to a Marriage, or leall be said Evidence thereof.

D.

204 Good in respect of the Person to whom. Degrees pro. hibited,

E.

204 The Licence and Registering ; Bands and Place where;

and Punishment of marrying otherwise; what;
and in what Cases.

E.

205 Brocage Bonds, &c.

I.

206 Portions on Condition; in what Case the Breach forfeits the Condition.

K.

208 Conditions annexed to Portions determined. .

212 Settlements.

D. 3.

198 198

A. 2.

B.

C.

F. 3.

H. 2.

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W.

Marriage.

Page Settlements. By agreement before Marriage. What

is a good Performance. In Regard of the Manor. L. 212 Settlements. Performance good. In regard of the Matter.

M.

213 Settlements after Marriage without Articles, or

Agreement precedent. Good in what Cases. N. 213
Settlements after Marriage. By Agreement before
Marriage. Good as to Creditors, &c.

0.

215
Marriage Agreements unperformed. Decreed. P.
Agreements. Unperformed, decreed after the Death of
Husband or Wife.

Q.

219 Agreements unperformed, decreed after the Death of both.

R.

221 Agreement. Decreed. How. Where there is a Failure on one side.

S. Agreements unperformed. What shall be said a Satisfaction,

U. Agreements unperformed decreed upon what Evi. dence.

226 Agreements decreed. How as to Limitations, &c. to be made upon.

X. 228 Agreements decreed how; upon Limitations contained in the Covenant.

Y.

229 Settlement Construction, how much,

Z.

229 Lien. Where the Covenant is a Lien on the Land.

231 Covenants Lien on the personal Estate.

232 Portions to be paid, or Settlements to be made on Condition precedent.

233 Settlement. "Variance between Agreement, Articles, and Secilements.

233 patter of the Bolls. His Power, c.

A.

234 master of a Ship. •Chargeable. In what Cases.

B.

234 Owners. How far bound by his Contract or Default. B. 2.

235 Actions against him.

D.

237 matter and Serbang. W1on to others.

A.

237 Inter Se.

K.

238 Action by the Master on account of the Servant,

0.

239 Actions, by others against the Master or Servant,

239 Maybein. W ac fall be said a Mayhem.

A.

240 Punished. How.

E.

240 Merchants. What regard the Law pays to them, and their Wa.

A. ges.

24! urerger. what Eftates. Trust Term in Equity.

H.

241 219 e[ne Profits. From whai Time.

B.

242 Adion for them. Who shall have A&tion, and at what Time; after the Eftate determined.

C.

Pleading

B. a.
C.a.

D. a.

E, a.

Q.

243

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