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COLLECTION OF STATUTES

CONNECTED WITH THE

Q&emval atmumutratton of tlje Uato;

ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF SUBJECTS:
WITH NOTES,
By Sir WILLIAM DAVID EVANS, Knt.

LATE RECORDER OF BOMBAY.

Cijt CrjtrtJ ffottton, torrettttf;

COLLATED WITH THE ORIGINAL STATUTES,

AND BROUGHT DOWN TO 10 GEO. IV.

By ANTHONY HAMMOND, Esq.

Or THE INNER TEMPLE J

AND CONTINUED FUOM THAT PERIOD TO THE J & 6 WILL. IV. INCLUSIVE,

By THOMAS COLPITTS GRANGER, Esq.

OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER AT LAW.

IN TEN VOLUMES.
VOL. III.

LONDON:

THOMAS BLENKARN, 19, CHANCERY LANE;
EDWARD LUMLEY, 56, CHANCERY LANE; AND
W. H. BOND, 8, BELL YARD, TEMPLE BAR.

1836.

CONTENTS

No. I. ] Magna Chart*.—9 Henry III. c. 11.—Common Pleas shall not follow

the King's Court p. 1

No- II. ] 3 Edward I. (1 Westminster) c. 46.—One Plea shall be decided by the

Justices before another commenced 2

No. III. ] e Edward I. (Gloucester) c. 8.—No Suit for Goods in the King's

Conrts under forty shillings. Attorneys may be made where an Appeal lieth not.

The defendant being essoigned shall bring in his Warrant ib.

No- jy> ] IS Edward I. st. I. c. 30.—The Authority of Justices of Nisi Prim.
Adjournment of Suits. Certain Writs that be determinable in their proper
Counties. A Jury may give their Verdict at large. None but which were sum-
moned shall be put in Assises or Juries ib.

No. V. ] 27 Edward I. st. 1. c.4.—ATm Prius shall be granted before one of tho

Jnstices of the Conrt where the suit is commenced 4

No. V. a. ] 28 Edward I. st. 3. c. 4.—Common Pleas shall not be holden in the

Eubequer .' ib.

No. VI. ] 28 Edward I. st. 3. c. 5.—The Chancellor and the Jnstices of th«

King's Bench shall follow the King »*.

No. VII. ] 12 Edward II. St. I.e. 3.—Inquests and Juries touching Plea of Land

shall be taken by Nisi Prius ib.

No. VIII. ] 12 Edward II. st. 1. c. 4.—Justices of Nisi Prius shall record Non-
suits, Defaults, Sec <

No. IX. ] 2 Edward III. c. 2.—In what Cases only Pardon of Felony shall be

granted. Who shall be Justices of Assize, &c ib.

No. X. J 2 Edward III. c. 11.—The Common Bench shall not be removed with-

out Warning by Adjournment 6

• o. XI. ] 4 Edward III. c. 2.—The Authority of Justices of Assise, Gaol-deji-

»«ry, and of the Peace «6.

°- XII. ] o Edward III. st. 1. c. 5.—Which Justices shall send their Records

and Process determined in the Exchequer ib.

N» XIII. ] 14 Edward III. st. 1. c. 16.—Before what Persons Nisi Prius may
oe granted i6.

"0. XIV. ] The Oath of the Jnstices, being made Anno 18 Edw. III. st. 4. and

anno Dom. 1344 7

".Xy-] 20 Edward III. c. 1.—The Justices of both Benches, Assise, Sec.
"II do Right to all Men, take no Fee hut of the King, nor give Counsel where

"'" Kingi, par(y 8

0 XVI. ] 20 Edward III. c. 2.—Barons of the Exchequer shall do Right to all

"Jen without Delay 9

"•XVII. ] 20 Edward III. c. 3.—Justices of Gaol-delivery, &c. and their

associates, shall take an Oath ib.

or n'1!11- J 8 Ricnard Ir- c 2.—No Man of Law shall be Justice of Assise,

iti Tery in his owu Country **"

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