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was for a rent charge and the
plaintiff alleged that the deed
grant'ng the rent charge was of
later date than a recognisance in
execution of which he became
tenant by Elegit, the bailiffs could
could not have aid until they had
joined issue as to whether the lands
were charged on the day of the
making of the recognisance, 254-
brought against principal and
bailiff, and having abated as against
the principal for omission of his
addition of degree, the bailiff made
cognisance for services in arrear,
the plaintiff pleaded hors de son
fee, and the bailiff prayed, and had
If after reinoval into the Common
Bench the bailiffs of a Court of
Ancient Demesne continue to hold
a plea until the party is ousted from
his land, he can recover damages
against them by action of Trespass,
cause be removed out of a Court
of Ancient Demesne into the Court
of Common Pleas, he can have an
essoin in the latter Court, 272.
of the patron and of the Ordinary, APPEAL :
of the King, after non-suit of the
appellant in appeal of murder, 154-
In trespass appearance in person is
good, though Non est inventus be
appearance by attorney is other-
Quare impedit in respect of, 174.
Does not lie for the farm of a fair,
D'ANCESTOR; Novel DISSEISIN ;
No attaint against, when they find
matters which are not within their
cognisance (per Sharshulle, J.), 28.
of a record in their verdict, unless
(per Stonore, Ch. J.), 28, 30.
The writ of Attachment following a
writ of Contempt, 310-314,
Attachment was sued against the
Official of the Court of Arches,
| ATTACHMENT ON PROHIBITION_cont.
whole, a writ was sent to the Arch-
to the facts, 156–158.
There cannot be attaint when jurors
of Assise find matters which are
Sharshulle, J.), 28.
Question whether attornment is
obligatory when the cognisee in the
attorn to another, 80.
in respect of lands held in “bond-
that A., having been joint tenant
Bail. See MAINPRISE.
If a husband aliene the right of his
BARON AND FEME-cont.
wards vouched, and enter into war-
wife, 54, 60-62.
ship of the person of the heir
executrix, but she must suc jointly
every surname except that of “ wife
“of” her husband, 322.
Trial of, in assise of Novel Disseisin,
of a liberty, and the court has no
to try it, 292.
Coercion of a parson by a Bishop, in
pleading, 112, note 1.
having cognisance of pleas, cannot
try a question of bastardy, 292.
Bishop of Durham (who has a
Attornment in respect of lands held
in “bondage,” 166.
Attornment by bondsmen (“ bondes "),
A Sheriff, having in his Turn enquired
who ought to make and repair a
If a place be improved by building,
during a disseisin, the plaintiff in
Reference to, for the purpose of
ascertaining the day of the week
The Earl of Devonshire v. Lucy, 36.
Talbot v. Wilynton and wife, 102,
Of a parson by a Bishop, in pleading,
112, note 1.
Cognisance allowed to a liberty after
Partium in the King's Court, 86.
tion arise in the court of the liberty
writ, it cannot be granted, 290-292.
to send a writ to the Bishop as to
to himself as Ordinary, 292.
Admission of wife's heir to defend
his right upon departure of tenant
ing in contempt of Court, 230-232.
de corodio habendo described as a
writ of Contempt, 310-314.
the King's writ close, was directed
the record), 314-316.
to a Justice of the Court of King's
Court, on which the defendant is
If, on the King's request, but not as a
House, he shall go quit, 308-315.
When issue has been joined in a case
in which the Sheriff is a party, jury
if the opposite party desire it, 36.
issue is joined upon question of
Writ of Entry sur disseisin wrongly
described in report as writ of Cosi.
nage, 119, note 9.
cousin (A.) of the demandant other
Jurisdiction of, 156-158.
In action of Mesne, 124.
mon law and under the Statute of
Gloucester (6 Ed. I.) c. 1, 152-154.
seisin if the tenant improve the
their principal, 256–260.
trained, for non-repair of a bridge,
When in action of Debt an acquittance
is produced and denied, and the
and damages, 36-38.
to a liberty, 86.
man and his heirs, and the heir
executor living, 94-100.
two co-parceners, an action of
the other for the difference between
amount and damages, 104-106.
a defeasance was pleaded with the
the following exceptions were
aliened between verdict and judg-
record of outlawry be produced
the defendant, 224-226.
When, in a Præcipe quod reddat, there
are two tenants, one of whom