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Alexander's British statutes in force in Maryland. 2d ed., 1912
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Writ of dower—where abateable.
3 Edward 1, Ch. 49.
Where writs, indictments, &c. shall
abate for want of an addition. 1
Henry 6, Ch. 5.
Death of a party between verdict
and judgment, not to be error, pro-
vided judgment be entered within
two terms. 17 Charles 2, Ch. 8.
Death of the party after interlocu-
tory judgment, not to abate. 8 & 9
William 3, Ch. 11, S. 6.
Death of one plaintiff or defend-
ant, where there is another surviv-
ing, not to abate. 8 & 9 William 3,
Ch. 31, S. 3.
No dilatory plea without affidavit.
4 Anne, Ch. 16, S. 11.
Shall be kept till the principal is
attainted. 4 Edward 1, St. 2.
Account and Accountant.
Bailiffs to 'be attached to render
account. 52 Henry 3, Ch. 23, S. 1.
Actions Popular.
The plaintiff may, by replication,
allege covin in a former action plead-
ed. 4 Henry 7, Ch.20.
The informer shall not compound
without leave of the court. 18 Eliza-
beth, Ch. 5, S. 3.
None restrained by order of court
shall pursue a popular action. 31
Elizabeth, Ch. 5, S. 1.
Where to be prosecuted. 21 James
1, Ch.4.
! Admeasurement of Dower.
Guardians shall have a writ of ad-
measurement of dower. 13 Edward
1. St. 1, Ch. 7.
Process in admeasurement of dow-
er shortened. 13 Edward 1, St. 1,
Ch. 7.
Administration and Adminis-
Persons fraudulently obtaining
goods of an intestate, shall answer
as executors of their own wrong. 43
Elizabeth, Ch. 8.
Where an executor or administra-
tor has obtained judgment after ver-
dict, the administrator de bonis non
may have a scire facias. 17 Charles
2. Ch. 8, S. 2.
Admiral and Admiralty.
The admiral shall not hold plea of
things done on land. 13 Richard 2,
St. 1, Ch. 5.
Nor of matters arising in the body
of the county, or of wreck. 15 Rich-
ard 2, Ch. 3; 2 Henry 4, Ch. 11.
To be made where the cause of ac-
tion amounts to .£10. 12 George 1,
Ch. 29, S. 2.
Are to be in writing. See Frauds.
29 Charles 2, Ch. 3, S. 4.
Amendments and Jeofails.
Errors in record owing to the mis-
prision of clerks may be amended.
14 Edward 3, St. 1, Ch. 6.
See Index to Notes, page 1069.

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