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Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery of Maryland 1846-1854
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542 INDEX.
ACTS OF ASSEMBLY— Continued.
1825, ch. 203, sec. 1. Preferring deed first recorded, 286.
1831, ch. 181. Relating to mortgages in Baltimore city, 384.
1831, ch. 304. Authorizing deeds, except mortgages, to be re-
corded at any time, 287.
1831. ch. 311. Extending provisions of 12th section of act 1785,
ch. 72, to parties of full age who have joint in-
terest in lands,13.
1832. ch. 302, sec. 5. Requiring exceptions to averments to bills to be
filed, 519.
1832, ch. 189. Charter of Washington Medical College, 503.
1834. ch. 293. Avoiding certain acts of insolvent debtors, 57, 62.
1835. ch. 380, sec. 2. Exempting creditors from obtaining judgments at
law before proceeding in equity to vacate
fraudulent conveyances, 117.
1835, ch. 380, sec. 8. Authorizing depositions to be taken in injunction
cases, 412.
1838, ch. 138. Amending charter of Washington Medical Col-
lege, 499.
1838, ch. 226. Empowering corporate authorities of Baltimore to
lay out and widen streets, &c., 79.
1841. ch. 262. Giving to Courts of Equity jurisdiction in cases of
divorce, 339, 329, 319, 346, 351, 399.
1842. ch. 293. Conjugal rights of married women, 84.
1843. ch. 287. A supplement to the act of 1841, ch. 262, 319.
1843. ch. 304. Prohibiting executors and administrators from sell-
ing personal estate without order of the Or-
phans' Court, 102,162.
1844. ch. 306. A supplement to the act of 1841, ch. 262, 319.
1845. ch. 352. sec. 1. Requiring usury to be pleaded, 513.
1849, ch. 424. Relating to escheat warrants, 493.
See CONSTRUCTION OF ACTS AND STATUTES.
ADMISSIONS AND DECLARATIONS.
See EVIDENCE, 2, 3, 4.
AGENT.
See EVIDENCE, 2, 3, 4, 5, 25.
ALIMONY PENDENTE LITE.
1. Upon the application of the wife, who was separated from her hua-
band, and had no means of living, or of defraying the expenses of her
suit for a divorce, for alimony, pendente lite, and money to carry on
her suit, the practice is to wort the allowance without an examina-
tion into the merits of the cause. Daiger vs. Daiger, 335.
2. The rule is inflexible, that under all circumstances, and entirely irre-
spective of the merits, the marriage being proved or admitted, the
wife will be allowed temporary alimony, and money to prosecute or
defend the suit, when separated from her husband, unless she has an
income of her own, sufficient for those purposes. Ib.
3. The rule is believed to be almost universal, to allow a destitute wife,

 
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