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Página 158 - Graves, for life ; remainder to his first and other sons in tail male ; remainder to the...
Página 118 - In most instances, it is, with reference to the party himself, of no sort of use to have a charge on his own estate ; and, where 'that is the case, it will be held to sink, unless something shall have been done by him to keep it on foot.
Página 40 - And he does, for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators, covenant and agree to and with the said party of the second part, to Warrant and Defend the said Goods, Chattels and Property to the said party of the second part, his executors, administrators, and assigns, against the lawful claims and demands of all and every person and persons whomsoever.
Página 127 - He then knelt down and thanked her. She said, " God bless you, make a good use of it." The Lord Chancellor Northington, in dismissing the bill, with costs, said that, "as soon as a man sets foot on English ground he is free.
Página 343 - ... wife, for their lives, and the life of the survivor, and after the decease of the survivor...
Página 233 - The testator devised lands, and also ordered his personal estate to be laid out in land, and settled to uses under which the defendant took an estate for life only, with remainder over ; and appointed the plaintiff executor. The defendant possessed himself of the personal estate, and, amongst other things, of securities for money. The plaintiff filed his bill, and the securities were ordered to be deposited.
Página 286 - This cause, as it has been very justly observed, is the first of the kind that ever came before this Court, and, I may add, before any Court of Judicature in this kingdom. Matters of religion are, happily, very rarely matters of dispute in Courts of Law or Equity.