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incompetent to support the commission, even after cer-
indorsement of, evidence of enrolment, whec.
copy of enrolment of. Id.
copy of enrolment of, proof of deed against whom.
BARON (Court), (See tit. Manor-Court.)
ancient writings to prove custom; Id.
conviction of, cause of incompetency. 23.
endeavour to conceal birth of, how and when punish-
married woman competent to prove the crim.
not to prove any other fact, as
in prosecution for, second wife competent after proof of
first marriage; 68. v
seven years, &c. 152.
acceptor may shew want of authority in the drawer to
on a question, whether the acceptor gave au-
BILL OF EXCHANGE AND PROMISSORY NOTE,
acceptor (the defendant) to prove, that an indorsee
indorser, whether competent to prove the consideration
may prove the bill not available, for want of
what, and by whom to be had. 214, 215.
signed by deceased master, evidence of property in the
time of, proved by the declaration of deceased parent;
or by the declaration of surgeon who at-
parol evidence to supply, when. See tit. Evidence, and
alteration of, rasure, &c. avoids when. 128.
presumptive evidence of payment, after 20 years,
when, within that
rebutted by proof of payment of in-
by indorsement by obligor,
of rector deceased, evidence of ecclesiastical dues.
corporation. See tit. Corporation.
H h 3 public,
of bank, to prove transfer of stock. 312.
of navy-office, to prove death of a sailor. 312.
for recording indentures of apprenticeship.
to prove election to public office. 312. 313.
not to prove the cause. Id.
day-book, not evidence to contradict parish-register,
hearsay, evidence of. 182—184.
information on statute against,
party bribed, competent witness. 31.
of policy, competent, though he has signed as under-
on indictment for burglary and for larceny, if no bur-
benefit of clergy without, when. 26.
sale of corn by any but Winchester bushel, illegal. 432.
history, whether evidence of a custom. 320.
effect of payment of money into court, in action against.
of ordinary, as to legality of marriage. 244.
decree, not made against defendant's answer contradicted
evidence against whom, and of what. 262.
previous proceedings, when to be proved.
of ancient decrees. 291.
not evidence of pedigree. Id.
how far evidence for him, when produced by the
other party. 265.
very, when. 60.
of minor, by guardian, not evidence against
of occupier of land, evidence against a succeeding
not evidence of the partnership. 266. 267.
bill to be proved, to let in the answer. Id.
so, in action for malicious prosecution.
depositions, evidence between what parties, and when;
not evidence for deponent, though made with-
stranger. 180. 222.
after dismissal of bill, when evidence. 269.
H h 4 depositions,
de bene esse, not evidence before answer put in,
unless defendant in contempt, Id.
order for reading, on trial at law. 270. 297.
bill and answer must be shewn, in general; 297.
infamy of, when incapacitates a witness. 22. See tit.
of party to suit, examinable, if put in issue. 139.
in action to set aside a will, for fraud by de-
nor in an information for keeping false weights.
evidence in mitigation of damages, when; 139.
in action for crim. con., wife's general
thatdefendant was generally suspected
in action for malicious prosecution.
not by the part)' producing him. Id.
explained by usage, when. 419—421.
not to be contradicted or varied by parol evidence. 432.
when competent witnesses. 14. if.
of fine, 292.
See tit. Presumption.