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jeo nay rien en la reversion einz un aultre a ;1 par A.D. 1340. quei, &c.—SCHAR. Si est, qar la cause par quel vous priez destre resceu est la manere de sa tenance par le lees 2 Christiene, quel cause il destrut, et par cas le tenant nad qe terme de vie, en : quele cas, sil deit qil avoit fee, serra trove encountre luy; par quei responez. -- Stouff. examina son client, et dit qe celuy qe fit defaute tient de lees Christiene et un S. soun barroun, et residuum ut supra, et pria destre resceu.

- W. Thorpe. A ceo ne avendrez vous mye, qar aultre foitz vous 4 priastez destre resceu 5 par certeine cause, quele cause nous avoms destruct, par quei ore a priere par autre cause nulle ley vous seoffre. — SCHAR. Il est deinz age, et nous ne voloms mye juger un enfant deinz age com un homme de pleyn age; par quei, &c.—R. Thorpe. La ou il prie destre resceu, et ad moustre la severale tenance, cel prier est en abatement de nostre 6 bref, qe? suppose lour 8 tenance estre en comune; par quei nous voloms mayntener nostre bref qil tiegnent 10 en comune auxi com le bref suppose ; 11 prest, &c.Stouff. Il tient 12 en severalte en le manere com nous avoms suppose ; prest, &c.—Et lissue fuit resceu, &c.

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§ Praecipe 13 quod reddat unum mesuagium porte Præcipe vers W. et G., et G. fist defaute. Graund Cape issit quod red de la moite, et W. idem dies, a quel jour G. fait autre-deux ou foitz defaute, et W. auxi fait ore defaute.-W. Thorpe.

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Ta is not in 25184.
2 L., lez.
3 en is not in 21854.
4 vous is not in L.

9 en is not in L.

10 L., qe tenent, instead of qil tiegnent.

11 The words auxi com le bref suppose are not in L.

5 The words destre resceu are not in 25184.

6 nostre is not in 25184.
7 L., qar,
S L., la.

12 L., Ils tenent.

13 This report of the case (the marginal abstract included) is from T. alone.

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A.D. 1340. We pray the Petit Cape against him.—Thereupon came the Grand a woman and said that a moiety is now to be lost by Cape, &c. and idem the default of G. who holds only for term of life, the

reversion being to her, and prayed to be admitted. — the other, at which Thorpe. She cannot be admitted until the land is in day he

danger of being lost, and, if she had not come, the judgmade another ment on default would now be respited until W. had a default,

day by the Petit Cape, for then he could come and take who at upon himself the tenancy of the entirety, and say that first appeared

G. has nothing; and perchance it is not his default that now makes he does not come, for he may be imprisoned.-HILLARY. default.

han If the woman had not come it is certain that the decame and mandant would have had judgment as to a moiety.prayed to be ad

Thorpe. Suppose that W. were essoined, would not the mitted by judgment be respited ? — HILLARY. That would be a reason of a rever different thing ; now he makes default, so that he will sion, and come too late, at another day, to save the entirety.Thorpe said that Thorpe. I think that if the woman be now admitted

as to a moiety, G. can, at another day, say that he is lost by the sole tenant of the entirety, and so defeat the admission. default.

-HILLARY. Certainly he will come too late.-SCHARSQuære, &c.

HULLE. There is no mischief for W., if he be tenant of the entirety, even though judgment be now given as to the moiety on the default of G., for W. would have the assise.-- Thorpe. Never, when judgment is given on the default of one who is named in the writ with him, in which case he ought to have come in time and taken upon himself the tenancy of the entirety. And although the Court may have anticipated time with regard to him, he can have advantage of that not by assise but by writ of Error.--And because the Court was of opinion that judgment was now to be given as to a moiety, Thorpe said to the woman that she must show how the reversion belonged to her.—Gayneford. One W. was seised, and leased to C. for term of life; and this W. granted the reversion to J. de C.; and afterwards J. the son and heir of J. granted the reversion to two persons and their

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Nous prioms Petit Cape vers ly. — Survient une A.D. 1340. femme et dit qe la moite est ore a perdre par la Goro

Cape, &c., defaute G. qe nad qe terme de vie, la reversion a lui, et idem et pria destre resceu, &c.Thorpe. Ele ne poet estre

lautre, a resceu tanqe terre soit a perdre, et, si ele ne venist quel jour pas, le jugement a ore sur la defaute serra respite at

ne autre detanqe W. avoit jour par le Petit Cape, qar donqes il faute, et purra venir et enprendre tenance del entier, et dire qe G. rien nad; par cas ceo nest pas sa defaute qil aparoust

a: fet ore dene vient pas, qar il poet estre enprisone.-HILL. Si faute. la femme ne vient il est certein qe le demandant Vient une

feme et avera jugement de la moite.Thorpe. Jeo pose qe pria destre W. fust essone, ne serreit le jugement respite ?- resceu par Hill. Ceo serreit autre; ore il fait defaute, issi qil reversion, vendra trop tard, a un autre jour, de sauver tout.— et Thorpe

dit qe rien Thorpe. Jeo quide, si la femme soit ore resceu de la est a permoite, qe G. purra, a un autre jour, dir qil est soul dre par tenant del entier, et issi defaire la resceite.-HILL. Quære,&c. Certes il vendra trop tard.—SCH. Il nest pas meschief

"Resceit, pur W., sil soit tenant del entier, coment qe jugement 137.] se feit ore de la moite par la defaute G., qar W. avereit lassise.--Thorpe. Jammes, qaunt jugement se fait par defaute dun qest nome el bref ove lui, ou il dust aver venu par temps et enpris tenance del entier. Et tout eit Court anticipe temps sur lui, il ne poet de ceo aver avantage par assise mes par errour.--Et pur ceo qe COURT fust del avys qe jugement est a faire a ore de la moite, Thorpe dit a la femme qele moustra coment la reversion est a lui.-Gayn. Un W. fust seisi, et lessa a C. a terme de vie, le quel granta reversion a J. de C.; et puis J. fitz et heir J. graunta la reversion a ij. persones et lour heirs, et C. attourna;

A.D. 1340. heirs, and C. attorned; and afterwards the two persons

granted the reversion to the woman who now prays &c.,
and to her husband, in frank marriage, and C. attorned;
and this C. leased her estate to W., which W. leased the
moiety of the message to G., who makes default; so she
prays to be admitted, &c. And Gayneford produced
two deeds testifying the grant of the reversion, that is
to say, that by which W. granted, and also that by which
the two persons granted to the husband and to his wife
who prays.Thorpe. She is a stranger, claiming through
a purchaser, and does not show how her grantor had
the reversion ; judgment, &c.; for she makes him to be
a purchaser through whom she claims. — Gayneford.
His father purchased the reversion, and died seised, so
that the reversion descended to J.; ready, &c.—And
because Stouford understood that this could not be
averred without a specialty, he caused one R., son and
heir of that J. who was supposed to have granted the
reversion to the two persons, to come in, and said that
J. de C. his grandfather purchased the reversion from
W., as above; and he produced the first deed of grant
by W., which the woman had previously produced, and
said that his grandfather J. de C. died seised of the
reversion, and that from J. it descended to J. as son,
and from J. to R., who now prays to be admitted. -
Thorpe. He has come too late, for nothing heretofore
prevented us from having seisin but the coming in of
the woman; wherefore no other but she shall be ad-
mitted. Witness the case of John de Redenesse.—SCHARS-
HULLE. The woman prays still to be admitted, and the
infant also; if twenty prayed, you should answer to all;
and as to your statement that the infant comes too late,
you are wrong, since he comes before judgment and
before any adjournment has been made upon the admis-
sion of another; and John de Redenesse came two years
after.Thorpe. According to what you say he might
have come in time at the end of the term.-SCHARSHULLE

et puis les persones granterent la reversion a la femme A.D. 1340. qore prie &c., et son baroun, en frank-mariage, et C. attourna, la quele C. lessa son estat a W., le quel W. lessa la moite del mesuage a G., qe fait defaute; issi prie estre resceu, &c. Mist avant ij. fetz tesmoignantz le grant de reversion, saver par quel W. granta, et auxi par quel les ij. persones granterent al baroun et sa femme qe prie.--Thorpe. Ele est estrange par purchaceour et ne moustre pas coment son grauntour avoit la reversion; jugement, &c. ; qar ele fet celui purchaceour par quei ele cleyme.--Gayn. Son pere purchacea la reversion et morust seisi, issi qe la reversion descendi a J.; prest, &c.--Et pur ceo qe Stouf. entendist qe ceo saunz especialte ne poet estre avere, il fist un R. fitz et heir celui J. qe duist aver graunte la reversion a les ij. persones survenir, et dit qe J. de C. son ael purchacea la reversion de W., ut supra; et mist avant le primer fet del grant W. quele la femme avoit mys avant devant, et dist qe son ael J. de C. morust seisi de la reversion, et de J. descendi a J. come a fitz, de J. a R. qore prie destre resceu.--Thorpe. Il est venu trop tard, qar rien arestut, devant ses houres, fors la survenue la femme qe 1 nous nussoms en seisine ; par quei autre qe lui ne serra resceu. Teste Johan de Redenesse. -- SCH. La femme prie uncore destre resceu et lenfaunt auxi; si xx. priassent, vous respondrez a touz; et a ceo qe vous parles qe lenfant vient trop tard vous dites mal, quant il vient avant jugement et avant qe nul ajournement soit fait sur autri resceite ; et Johan de Redenesse vient a ij. aunz apres.Thorpe. A vostre dist il purreit venir par temps

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