Alsop & Stacy pur Trespass de 401. Vaule per Annum in Little & Great Monday in Herefordshire

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date01 January 1721
Date01 January 1721
CourtCourt of the King's Bench

English Reports Citation: 81 E.R. 953

King's Bench Division

Alsop & Stacy pur Trespass de 401. Vaule per Annum in Little & Great Monday in Herefordshire

mich. 17 jac. alsop & stacy pur trespass de 401. value per annum in little & great monday in herefordshire. Andrews le pier esteant in plein strength 2. jours devant morust del plague in temps del plague, et sa feme que fuit account un lewd et light damosel fuit deliver d'un file 40 weeks et 10. jours apres son mort: et le question sur le evidence al jury fuit, le quel ceo file puit est adjudge legitimate ou nemy; et fuit argue per Doctor Pady, et Doctor Mounford phisitians, & Paddie affirtne, et Mounford agree a ceo, que le pluis natural temps del birth est le 10. jour del 10. moies apres conception, mes si soit ascun temps deins le 10. moies, poit estre legitimate, et Chamberlain que fuit le man-midwife, per practice conn'rme ceo; auxi Padye dit, que dure usage, et defalt de choses necessary poit prolonge le temps del birth; car le strength de feme sole n'est sufficient, mes le assistance et helpe del infant in ventre [10] sont necessary, et appiert in le case, que le feme fuit evil intreat per les amies, et parents del baron. Et les...

To continue reading

Request your trial
10 cases
  • R v Bryan James Turner and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 25 February 1975
    ...8. Mrs. Smalls and her children shall on 3rd April 1973 be removed to a place of safety in manner to be agreed with Messrs. Steggles Palmer. 9. Should Smalls abscond or refuse to give or refrain from giving evidence to the best of his ability in accordance with his statement the conditions ......
  • Margaret Brockbank (Administratrix, Company of John Brockbank, Deceased) v William Anderson and Robert Wise
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Common Pleas
    • 12 February 1844
    ...he cited Barker v. Stubbs (ante, vol. i. p. 44, 1 Scott, N. E. 131), Russell v. Blake (ante, vol. ii. p. 374, 2 Scott, N. E. 574), Poole v. Palmer (9 M. & W. 71), Kell v. Namby (10 B. & C. 20), Glossop v. Colman (1 Stark. N. P. C. 25), Parsons v. Crosby (5 Esp.' N. P. C. 199), Ward, v. Hayd......
  • Alsop v Bowtrell
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of the King's Bench
    • 1 January 1791
    ...b. 129. a. note (2). 244. a. 1 Roll. Abr. 357. 359. 536. Salk. 122. 484. 5 Mod. 420. Strange, 925. 940. 1076. B. R. H. 79. 1 Wils. 340. Palmer, 9, 10. Godb. 281. Post. 685. Winch. 71. Lit. Rep. 177. 1 Com. Dig. 580. 1 Bl. Com. 456. Salk. 120. Margrave's Co. Lit. 124. b. notes (1) and (2). A......
  • Joseph Jarmain the Elder v Hooper, Pilcher, and Heenan
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Common Pleas
    • 6 December 1843 the description of the defendant in the indorsement will in some cases excuse the sheriff for not executing the writ; Clarke v. Palmer (9 B. & C. 153, 4 M. & E. 141). Although there is no rule in this court making it part of the writ, it is submitted that a sheriff is not bound to execut......
  • Request a trial to view additional results
1 firm's commentaries
  • Case Study: Hashemi-Sabet Estate V. Oak Ridges Pharmasave Inc. ('Hashemi-Sabet')
    • Canada
    • Mondaq Canada
    • 3 December 2018
    ...Three: Fresh Evidence In regards to the issue of fresh evidence, the court found that the appellants did not meet the test set out in R. v. Palmer,9 Sengmueller v. Sengmueller,10 and R. v. Truscott:11 namely that the proposed fresh evidence would not reasonably affect the result as it did n......
3 books & journal articles
    • United States
    • Albany Law Review Vol. 85 No. 4, December 2022
    • 22 December 2022
    ...of the concept of disallowing someone to recover for their own criminal acts dates at least back to the 19th century. In Riggs v. Palmer, (9) the decedent testator made out his will and "gave small legacies to his two daughters,... the plaintiffs[,]... and the remainder of his estate to his......
  • Substantiation rules for charitable gifts.
    • United States
    • The Tax Adviser Vol. 37 No. 12, December 2006
    • 1 December 2006
    ...or replacement cost can be relevant for unique property or for property for which comparable sales are not available. In Est. of Palmer, (9) the Eighth Circuit held that the reproduction costs of a mansion contributed to a college and used for events and storage had to be considered, becaus......
  • What's real about realism
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Law Review No. 18-1/2, June 2008
    • 1 June 2008 c% of Donoghue v Stevenson,8 o wh th %pp*#c%t#o& of x# t#&g * g%* u* wou*d c %t % po #t#) *+ u&ju t #tu%t#o&, uch % #& th c% of Piggs v Palmer.9 Wh th g & %* p #&c#p* %* %d+ x# t , % #& Riggs v Palmer, th# wou*d f#t mo & %t*+ #&to Dwo k#&’ d f#&#t#o& of *%w, % co& # t#&g of g & %* p - x#......
1 provisions
  • Road from Bridgeford to Kettering Act 1823
    • United Kingdom
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 January 1823
    ...Phelp, Cecil Phelps t&e .Honourable William John Frederick Pauley, George Pgch'm ,C,lerk, Roberf JPMfay, Samuel.Parsons, John Palmer,, Henry Palmer9 John Page^ William iPpchin Clerk, William Pochin itbje ypungerj jConyeys Peach, jSir Geprge Jlokinson 'Baronet, JoAn,Reeve, . Reepe Clerks ffl......

VLEX uses login cookies to provide you with a better browsing experience. If you click on 'Accept' or continue browsing this site we consider that you accept our cookie policy. ACCEPT