Cases at Large Concerning Tithes: Containing All the Resolutions of the Respective Courts of Equity, Particularly Those of the Exchequer, Taken from the Printed Reports, and Manuscript Collections, Mostly by Sir Samuel Dodd, Late Lord Chief Baron, Never Before Published; Together with All the Appeals in the House of Lords, to and in Trinity Term, 22 Geo. III ...

W. Strahan and W. Woodfall, 1783

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Pàgina 478 - ... and beans in queftion for the food of man, they not being nor falling under the denomination of tithes of gardens, technically called decimte bortorum ought not to convert the tithes in queftion into fmall tithes.
Pàgina 510 - I am of opinion that the agreement on the face of it is unequal, as to the consideration thereby agreed to be paid to the rector ; for it appears that the agreement was entered into in order to effectuate an...
Pàgina 375 - Sol. a year, and according to the natural improvement of lands from Henry the eighth's time, it ought to have been ten times as much, on account of money finking in its value, and lands riling in theirs.
Pàgina 625 - London, from all the Time whereof the Memory of Man was not to the contrary...
Pàgina 412 - But, if afterwards this land will not produce, unless dunged or chalked, the court has considered this as evidence of its being barren in its own nature, and not proper for corn, without additional improvement. It is admitted, that this land produced three crops of corn, without any thing but ploughing ; but objected, that chalking will be necessary; and so it may be in the course of common husbandry.
Pàgina 640 - Grubstreet had existed from Time, whereof the Memory of Man was not to the contrary, and for all that Time had enjoyed and used the Privilege of being dull.
Pàgina 714 - THIS INDENTURE made the twenty sixth day of June in the thirtieth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c.
Pàgina 432 - ... out for tithe every tenth hill to be computed from the place he began at, and he might any year determine before he manured his hop...
Pàgina 347 - ... wherein cofts are never given againft the defendant : That the plaintiff might have applied for a prohibition, and if he had fucceeded therein at law, he would have had his cofts, and he ought to have the fame advantage with regard to the proceedings at law directed by this court, but that there was no pretence for any other cofts. His...
Pàgina 343 - ... is fo near the value of fuch tithes, even at this day, that it proved itfelf to be a modern compofition only, and not an ancient cuftomary immemorial payment or modus ; and therefore ought not to bind the appellant, who had a right to his tithes in kind. • : On...

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