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BEGINNINGS AND CONCLUSIONS OF DECLARATIONS- continued.

IN THE COMMON PLEAS.

in assumpsit, case, or trover, 17

in debt, 18

in debt, qui tam, ib.

in account, &c. ib.

in covenant, ib.

in detinue, ib.

in replevin, ib.

in trespass, 19

the like in a more modern form, ib.
to detain a prisoner in custody of warden of Fleet, in vacation,
where cause of action arises in vacation, ib.
where one of plaintiffs died after issuing of writ, ib.
where one of the defendants died, ib.
CONCLUSION of a declaration in C. P. ib.
do. - do.

in debt qui tam, ib.
do. - do..

in trespass, ib.
IN INFERIOR Courts.

in the Mayor's Court, in London, by baron and feme, feme being

feme sole trader within the city, 22
in the Mayor's Court, in London, against baron and feme, feme

being sole trader, &c. 23

do in the Borough Court of Southwark, 23

BY AND AGAINST PARTICULAR PERSONS.

BY AND AGAINST ATTORNEYS, &c.

declaration by an attorney in K. B. 29

bill against do. ib.

do. when cause of action accrues and bill is filed in vacation, 30

do. against the marshal, ib.

declaration by an attorney of C. P. ib.

bill against an attorney of C. P. 31

declaration thereon after appearance, ib.

ANTS.

declaration by an infant in K. B. 32

do. in C. B. ib.

IGNEES.

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commencement of declaration by assignees of bankrupt in K. B.

the like in C. P. ib.

do. by one partner and the assignees of another, ib.

by assignees of two or more bankrupts under several commis-

sions, to recover a debt due to the joint estate, ib.

do. by the assignee of an insolvent debtor, ib.

do. by the assignee of an insolvent after removal of first assignee

by insolvent court, ib.

conclusion in K. B. by assignee of a bankrupt or insolvent, 32

the like in C. P. ib.

BY AND AGAINST EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS.

beginning of a declaration by an executor against an executor in

do. in C. P. ib.

(K. B. 34

do. by executor of an executor, ib.

by a surviving executor, ib.

by husband, and wife executrix, ib.

against an executor, ib.

do. by an administrator against an administrator in K. B. ib.

do. by an administrator against an administrator in C. P. 35

by an administrator de bonis non with will annexed, ib.

by an administrator durante minore ætate, ib.

BY AND AGAINST PARTICULAR PERSONS-continued.

BY AND AGAINST EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS-continued.

by an administrator limited until the original will or a copy therof

be brought into the Archbishop's Court, 35

profert, ib.

against an administrator de bonis non with will annexed, 35

profert by an executor in K. B. ib.

profert by executor of an executor, ib.

profert by a surviving executor, ib.

conclusion of a declaration by an administrator in K. B. ib.

profert by administrator in K. B. 36

do. by administrator de bonis non of administrator, ib.

do. by administrator with the will annexed, ib.
By CLERKS OR TREASURERS APPOINTED TO SUE BY STATUTE.

declaration by a clerk or treasurer to trustees, &c. empowered to

sue under a statute, 36 a
declaration against such clerk or treasurer, ib.
declaration by a clerk or treasurer to a company empowered to
sue under a statute, ib.

DECLARATIONS IN ASSUMPSIT,

1. COMMON COUNTS.

General Forms.

the indebitatus assumpsit count, 37

the quantum meruit count, ib.

the quantum valebant count, 38

indebitatus assumpsit on promise to pay by chattels, ib.

1. RESPECTING REAL PROPERTY, FOR

a freehold estate sold and conveyed, 39

a copyhold estate surrendered, ib.

a leasehold estate sold and assigned, ib.

a good-will of business, 40

a good-will of a public house and plaintiff's business therein, ib.

fixtures by outgoing against incoming tenant, ib.

the use and occupation of a house, or of a house and land, ib.

the use and occupation of a fishery, 42

the use of a way, ib.

the use and occupation of a pew in a church, 43

the use of seat in house to view a public procession, 43

the use of a tennis court, balls, and racket, 44

the use, occupation, and profits of an inn, ib.

double rent, on 11 Geo. 2. c. 19. 8. 18.-45

the use of pasture land and eatage of the grass, ib.

the use of premises and prædial tithes, 46

the use of lands with right to take tithes, ib.

the-use and occupation of unfurnished lodgings, 47

the use and occupation of furnished lodgings, ib.

board and lodging, 48

warehouse-room of goods, ib.

the standing of a carriage, 49

the moorage of ships, ib.

fines on admission to a copyhold, ib.

tolls on loaded carriages passing over a bridge, 50

tolls on goods weighed in plaintiff's beam, ib.

tolls on live cattle brought to a market and sold there, 51

second count for same tolls, ib..

tolls due for passing through a turnpike gate, ib.

second count thereon, 52

DECLARATIONS IN ASSUMPSIT-continued.

1. COMMON COUNTS-continued.

1. RespectING REAL PROPERTY, FOR-continued,

petty customs, 52

calls on shares in a bridge, ib.

the like in another way, 53

the like at the suit of treasurer of bridge company, ih,

calls under a road act, ib.

at the suit of treasurer of company for canal calls, ib,

contribution to a party wall, 54

II. RespecTING PERSONAL PROPERTY, FOR

goods sold and delivered to the defendant, 55

goods sold to defendant, and delivered to a third person, 56

goods bargained and sold to defendant generally, ib.

a crop of grass or turnips, &c. bargained and sold, 57

tithes bargained and sold, ib.

the like in another form, 58

small tithes, ib.

necessaries found and provided for defendant, 59

necessaries found and provided for third persons, ib,

horse-meat and stabling, ib.

agistinent of cattle, ib.

the hire of goods, horses, &c, or of ships, furniture, &c. 60

covering mares, &c. ib.

bulling cows, 61

freight, primage, average, ib.

general average, 62

the like in another form,, ib.

the tonnage of goods, &c. 63

a passage on board a ship, ib,

demurrage, 64

lighterage, ib.

lighterage, wharfage, and warehouse room, 65

in. RESPECTING PERSONAL SERVICES, FOR

wages as an hired servant, 65

wages as a sailor, against the captain or owner, 66

for short allowance money by a seaman, ib.

wages as a ship's steward or mate, against the captain, ib,

wages as captain, against the owner, 67

prize money, wages, &c. by a quarter-master against owner, ib.

salary as a quarter-master of a corps of troops, ib,

pilotage, ib.

crimpage, 68

salvage, ib.

work and labor by an attorney, ib.

for procuring defendant's discharge as an Insolvent, 70

as a witness, 72

work and labor, and materials, 74

work with horses and carriages, or with lighters, &c. 76

the carriage of goods by land, 77

work, journeys, and attendance, ib.

work as an agent generally, and for commission, 78

work as a factor or agent in selling goods, ib.

as an insurance broker, 79

premiums of insurance, 80

as a surveyor, ib.

as an auctioneer and appraiser, 81 .

as an accountant, 81 a

DECLARATIONS IN ASSUMPSIT—(continued.)

1. COMMON COUNTS—(continued.)

III. RESPECTING PERSONAL SERVICES, FOR_(continued.)

as a schoolmaster, and for books, board, and lodging, &c. 81 b

the like, and for entrance-money, 82

(child, 83

as a surgeon and apothecary, and for medicines, and inoculating a

as a surgeon, apothecary, and man-midwife, 84

as a nurse, ib.

as an undertaker of funerals, 85

as a curate, 86

for composing paragraphs for newspapers, ib.

for work and labor in booking, receiving, and keeping passengers

and parcels, and the use of a shop, ib.

iv. RESPECTING MONIES, FOR

money lent, 67

money paid, ib.

money had and received, ib.

interest, 88

work, goods sold, and on the money counts, in one count, 89
on an award made by an arbitrator, ib.
ditto on umpirage, 99
on an account stated, ib.

common breach, ib.

v. RELATING TO CHARACTER IN WHICH PLAINTIFF SURS, OR DEFEN-

DANT IS sued.

by a surviving partner, on promises to both partners, 91

the like on promises to surviving partner, 92

counts on promises for work, &c. by the plaintiff only, 93

against a surviving partner, for goods sold, &c. 94

counts on promises by defendant after death of his partner, ib.

by husband and wife for work, &c. before marriage, 95

against them for work done for wife before marriage, 96

by assignees of bankrupt for work, &c. before bankruptcy, 97

the like on promises to the assignees after bankruptcy, 99

the like on causes of action arising after the bankruptcy, 100

by a surviving assignee, ib.

by one partner and the assignee of another, being bankrupt, 101

by the assignee of an insolvent debtor on promises to insolvent, ib.

the like on causes of action arising to the assignee after the in-

solvent's subscribing his petition, 101

by executor for work, &c. on promises to testator, 101 a

counts on promises to the plaintiff as executor, 102

by a surviving executor, 104

by husband, and wife executrix, before marriage, 105

by husband, and wife executrix, after marriage, ib.

against executor for work, &c. on promises by testator, 106

against an executor, on promises by him in that capacity, 107

against a surviving executor, 168

against husband, and wife executrix, before marriage, 109

against husband, and wife executrix, after marriage, ib.

by an administrator, ib.

by an administrator durante minore ætate, 110

by a surviving administrator, 111

by an administrator de bonis non with will annexed, ib.

by husband, and wife administratrix, before marriage, 112

by husband, and wife administratrix, after marriage, ib.

against an administrator, ib.

against an administrator durante minore ætate, &c. 113

VOL. II.

DECLARATIONS IN ASSUMPSIT-(continued.)

1. COMMON COUNTS_(continued.)

v. RELATING TO CHARACTER IN WHICH PLAINTIFF sues, or De-

FENDANT IS SUED—(continued.)

against a surviving administrator, 113

against an administrator de bonis non, with will annexed, ib.

against husband, and wife adıninistratrix, before marriage, 114

against husband, and wife administratrix, after marriage, ib.

11. SPECIAL Counts.

1. ON PROMISSORY Notes.

payee against maker, on note payable generally, 115 to 142

against one of makers of joint and several note, 116

on a note made by a firm, ib.

where note was made by one partner in name of firm, ib.

on note made by an agent, 117

on note wrongly dated, ib.

on note payable at a particular place, ib.

on note payable on demand, 119

on note payable by instalments, where whole due, on one de-

fault, 120

for one instalment, 121

the like for several instalments due, ib.

on note for less than £5, ib. .

on note made abroad for payment of guilders, 122

on note payable on contingency of ship's arrival, 123

on note payable on coming of age, ib.

payee against maker, payable after death of another, 124

first indorsee against maker of note, payable generally, ib.

the like on note payable at a particular place, 125

second indorsee against maker, 126

short indorsement, 127

on note indorsed for residue after part payment, 128

by indorsee of executor against maker, ib.

by indorsee of administrator after death of payee, 129

by bearer of note payable to E. F. or bearer, 130

by bearer of country bank note, payable in town or country, ib.

first indorsee against indorser, 131

first indorsee against indorser, where no effects, 133

by indorsee of note payable to bearer after sight, ib.

against indorser where maker could not be found, 134

by surviving payee against maker, ib.

payee against surviving maker, 135

by husband and wife, on note payable to her whilst sole, 136

by an executor on note payable to wife of testator before marriage,

she not having indorsed it, ib.

by husband alone, on note made to wife, 136

against husband and wife, on her note before marriage, ib.

by assignees, on note payable to bankrupt, 137

by trustees of a friendly society, 138

by executor or administrator of payee against maker, 140

by executor or administrator on promise since the death, 140

the like in another form, stating probate, 141

payee against the executor or administrator of maker, 142

JI. ON CHECKS ON BANKERS.

by payee of check against drawer, 143

by bearer of check against drawer, 144
III. ON INLAND BILLS OF EXCHANGE, 144 to 167

drawer against acceptor on general acceptance, 144

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