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266                                              AND ARE PROPER TO BE INCORPORATED.
 
    CHAP. 15.  An act that the plaintiff being non-suited,
shall yield damages to the defendants in
actions personal, by the discretion of the justices.

24 Hen. 8.--1532.

    CHAP. 8.  An act where defendants shall not
recover costs.

27 Hen. 8.--1535.

    CHAP. 10. An act concerning uses and wills.
(Part.)

31 Hen. 8.--1539.

    CHAP. 1.  For joint tenants and tenants in common.
 

32 Hen. 8.--1540.

    CHAP. 9.  The bill of bracery, and buying of
titles.
    CHAP. 28.  Lessess to enjoy the farm against
tenant in tail.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 30.  Mispleadings.--Jeofailles.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 32.  Joint tenants for life or years.
    CHAP. 33.  An act that wrongful disseisin is no
dissent at law.
    CHAP. 34.  Concerning grantees of reversions
to take advantage of the conditions to be performed
by the lessees.
    CHAP. 37.  Executors.--Distress.

35 Hen. 8.--1543.

    CHAP. 6.  The bill for the better appearance in
the nisi prius.  (Part.)

37 Hen. 8.--1545.

    CHAP. 8.  The act that any indictment lacking
these words, " vi et armis," shall be good.

1 and 2 Philip and Mary.--1554.

    CHAP. 10.  An act whereby certain offences be
made treasons.--And also, for the government of
the king's and queen's majesty's issue.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 13.  An act touching bailment of persons.

2 and 3 Philip and Mary.--1555.

    CHAP. 10.  An act to take the examination of
persons suspected of any manslaughter or felony.

4 and 5 Philip and Mary.--1557.

    CHAP. 7.  An act to make up the jury with circumstantibus,
where the king and queen's majest
is a party.

13 Elizabeth.--1570.

    CHAP. 5.  An act against fraudulent deeds, alienations,
&c.  (Part.)

14 Elizabeth.--1572.

    CHAP. 9.  An act declaring that the tenant and
defendant may have a tales de circumstantibus, as
well as the demandant or plaintiff.

18 Elizabeth.--1576.

    CHAP. 5.  An act to redress disorders in common
informers.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 14.  An act for the reformation of jeofailles.
(Part.)

27 Elizabeth.--1585.

    CHAP. 4.  An act against covinous and fraudulent 
conveyances.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 5.  An act for furtherance of justice in
cases of demurrer and pleadings.

31 Elizabeth.--1589.

    CHAP. 5.  An act concerning informers.
    CHAP. 11.  An act of explanation or declaration 
of the statute of octavo regis, H. 6, concerning
forcible entries, the indictments thereupon found.

43 Elizabeth.

    CHAP. 8.  Executors.

4 James 1.--1606.

    CHAP. 3.  An act to give costs to the defendant,
upon a nonsuit of the plaintiff, or verdict against
him.

7 James 1.--1609.

    CHAP. 5.  An act for ease in pleading troublesome
and contentious suits prosecuted against justices

 



 
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