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Courts of Law and Equity:

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SUPPLEMENT

TO

VINER'S ABRIDGMENT.

BY SEVERAL GENTLEMEN

IN THE RESPECTIVE BRANCHES OF THE LAW.

VOLUME THE FIFTH.

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LONDON:

PRINTED BY A. STRAHAN.
LAW-PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY,
FOR T. PAYNE; E. BROOKE, AND J. CLARKE ; J. BUTTERWORTH;

J. WALKER ; AND R. BANISTER.

1805.

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Game.
Penalty of killing Game; and how to be recovered
and Pleadings.

A.
Prosecution ; when and how, and by whom tried.
Gaming
Restrained by Common Law or Statutes.

A.
What Gaming is within the several Statutes.

B. Adions and Pleadings.

C.
Cafes in Equity

D.
Caol.
Belong, to whom.

B.
Repaired ; at whose Expence.

C.
Gaoler.

Punishable for other Offences than Escapes.
Allowances.

D.
lebe.
Glebe in general; and in what Cases it fall pay
Tithes.

A.
Goldsmiths' Notes.
Good behaviour.

In what Cases, and of what Persons, and by whom. B.
Discharged, or superseded.

D.
Grants.
Grants made good in Equity, though pot trialy good

ip Law.
Relief in Equity, in refpect of the Consideration.
Guardian and ward.
Who may be appointed Guardian, and by whom, and

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Guardian and Ward.

Pagt What the Infant may do without a Guardian.

18 Alligned or appointed by the Court ; who may be, and in what Cases,

N. 6. 18 Afligned or admitted : how.

18 Guardian in Socage ; who shall be Guardian. 0.

19 Guardian removed.

19 Guardian in Socage removed.

19 Power of the Guardian over the Efate of the Infant. P. 3. 20 Power as to the Person of the Infant; and in what

Cases the Court will deliver the Infant to the proper

Guardians; and how far restrained by Chancery.
Allowances. What Allowances he thall have, Q. 3. 22
Guardian charged or favoured.

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Adions, Proceedings in A&ions or Saits by or against
Infants suing or defending by. Guardian, &c.

B. a. 2.

24 Restrained and punished in Equity.

26
Offences by Strangers, with regard to the Ward. How
punished, and in what Cases.

D. a.
Guernsey, Jersey, and the Ide of gan.

28 Deir Looins.

29 Hereditament.

30 Heriot.

Payable. In what Cases. By Cuftom.
Remedy for them.

E.
Holding over.
Holding over a Term, &c.

A.

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Homine iReplegiando.
Proceedings, Pleadings, and Returns ; and in what

Cases the Party fhall be bailed ; aod of the Differ.
ence between this Writ and a common Replevin. C.

31 Donours.

31 Hospitals.

32 Douse of Corre&tion. Erected bow, and for what Parposes.

A.

32; Dabeas Corpus. What it is, and how granted, and by wbom.

35 By what Court granted.

C. 2.

35 In what Cases.

D.
Directed to whom, ad faciendum.

D.
To what Place.

E.

37 Returns. How and what. In general.

37 Returns thereof, Good or not; and Exceptions to Returns of Commitments.

38 Effe&. Or what removed.

H,

39 Obeyed. How it must be obeyed.

I.

40 Hearing. or setting down a Cause for Hearing.

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49 Manner of proceeding to and at what Time the Hear. ing may be.

B.

41 What a máy be read.

C.

41 What may be read, by whom.

D.

59 What may bead. Deponents iaterefted.

E.

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Changed, in what Cafes, and how.
Bound. In-what Cases,

I.
Pleadings in A&tions against him.,
Where the Heir shall be compelled to jein in a Sale. Q. 3.
Favored. In general.

R,
Interim Eltate. In what Cases the Heir fhall take it. S.
Marriage Portion. Where it shall go to the Heir. S.
Where be shall have the Surplus.

T.
Heirs ex parte materna take, in what Cases,

W.
B; Cuftom. Who.
By Limication. Who Heirs Female.
Heir ex parte materna. What shall be said a new Pur.

chase; or such an Alteration of Estate as to carry
the Land, &c. to the Heirs of the Father ; (vt vice
verfa.]

W. 2.
House.
lo what Cafes it may be broken to enter.

By Of.
Stealing out of Houses, Shops, Out Houses, &c.

How punishable. And what be said such stealing. C.
What passes by Name of a House:

D.
What is Parcel of it.

E.
Hunting.
Juftification of Trespass.

A.
ngpothecation.
3dentitate Dominis.
Proceedings and Pleadings.

D.
Teto

A.
Imparlante.
Imparlance. And what thall be faid to be such, and
in what Cases, and at what Time, it may

be.
What may be pleaded after Imparlance.
Implication
Incumbrancis.
Bought in by fubfequent Mortgagees or Incumbrancers,

How far protected.
Bought in. Redeemable by Purchasors or Creditors,

on what Terms. Tn Cultodia.

Of delivering Declarations to Persons in cuftodia. C.
Jadi&tment.
Indi&tment. Extortion. Apd Misdemeanors, A.
Contempts to Courts.

B.
Concerning (Things done or spoke in Court to)
Judges. What shall be said an Offence punishable. c.

E.
For what Offence (a Man) may be indi&ted.

H.
What Offences are indi&table by Statute.
Taken in what County. Where the Offence was done

in several Councies.
lo what Cases. Where the Thing in which the Of-

fence confifts is only prepared, or inchoats or in-
tended, but not executed.

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