Journals, Volume 13, Issue 10

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Page 13 - Knight of the most ancient and most noble Order of the Thistle, and...
Page 11 - Interest therein; and every Word importing the Singular Number only shall extend and be applied to several Persons or Things as well as One Person or Thing; and every Word importing the Masculine Gender only shall extend and be applied to a Female as well as a Male.
Page 11 - Act, or in respect of the proceeds or value thereof, by any landlord for rent, or by any person not being the party against whom such process has issued...
Page 11 - Judge, on such terms as he shall think fit ; and the cause may proceed as to set-off and other matters, as if the name or description had been originally such as it appears, after the amendment...
Page 11 - Keeper to receive the Defendant, and him safely keep in the said Prison for Days from the Arrest under this Warrant, or until he shall be sooner discharged by due Course of Law.
Page 11 - Court (except the wearing apparel and bedding of him or his family, and the tools and implements of his trade, if any, to the value of five pounds), the sum stated at the foot of this...
Page 11 - ... seize and take any money or bank notes (whether of the Bank of England or of any other bank), and any cheques, bills of exchange, promissory notes, bonds, specialties or securities for money...
Page 11 - Where the defendant admits his representative character, but denies the demand, and alleges a total or partial administration of assets, and the plaintiff proves his demand, and the defendant proves the administration alleged, the judgment shall be to levy the...
Page 18 - Rolling the ground after sowing, is very advisable, care being taken not to roll when the ground is so wet that the earth adheres to the roller. Weeding. — If care has been paid to cleaning the seed and the soil, few weeds will appear ; but if there be any, they must be carefully pulled. It is done in Belgium by women and children, who, with coarse cloths round their knees, creep on all fours.
Page 76 - The license was to remain in force for two years, and the holder of it might take possession of a tract not exceeding 400 acres of unoccupied land, 40 chains front by 100 in depth, and " report his discovery and selection accurately by letter and map within six months from the issue of the license, accompanied by an affidavit made by himself and some other credible person proving that no counter occupation or workings exist.

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