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" Exeter, if a man commit a horse to an hostler, and he eat out the price of his head, the hostler may take him as his own, upon the reasonable appraisement of four of his neighbours ; which was, it seems, a custom arising from the abundance of traffic... "
The Vintner's Guide - Page 96
by William Phipps - 1825 - 228 pages
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The British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 3

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1809
...the custom of London and Exeter, if a man commit a horse to an inn-k«eppr, if he eat out his price, the innkeeper may take him as his own, upon the reasonable...of traffic with strangers, that could not be known so as to lie charged with an action. But it hath been holden, though an inn-keeper in London may, after...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences, Volume 3

1809
...the innkeeper may take him as hit own, upon the reasonable appraisement of four of his neigbbours ; which was it seems a custom, arising from the abundance...of traffic with strangers, that could not be known so as to be charged with an action. But it hath been holden, though an inn-keeper in London may, after...
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A treatise on the breeding, training and management of horses [by W. Flint].

William Flint - 1815
...147. But by the custom of London, if a man commit a Horse to an innkeeper, if he eat out his price, the innkeeper may take him as his own, upon the reasonable...custom arising from the abundance of traffic with stiaugers, that could not be known, so as to be charged .with an action. Yet it has been held though...
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A compendious law dictionary: containing both an explanation of the terms ...

Thomas Potts - Law - 1815 - 604 pages
...the custom of London and Exeter, if n man commit an home to nn inn-keeper, if he eat out his price, the inn-keeper may take him as his own, upon the reasonable...custom, arising from the abundance of traffic with «trangers, tuut could not be known so as lo be charged with an action. But it hath been holden though...
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An epitome of the privileges of London, by David Hughson

Edward Pugh - 1816
...of London, if a man commit a horse to an hostler, and he eat out the price of his head, the hostler may take him as his own, upon the reasonable appraisement of four of his neighbours ; which is a custom arising from the abundance oftraffick with strangers, who could not be known to .charge...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 6

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819
...and Exeter, if a man commit an horse to an howler, and he eat out the price of his head, the hostler may take him as his own, upon the reasonable appraisement of four of his neighbours; yet he cannot justify the taking him to himself at the price it was appraised at. INNATE iileas, those...
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The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer, Volume 4

Richard Burn, Sir George Chetwynd - Justices of the peace - 1820
...and Exeter, if a man commit an horse to an hostler, and he eat out the price of his head, the hostler may take him as his own, upon the reasonable appraisement...was, it seems, a custom arising from the abundance of traffick with strangers, that could not be known, to charge them with the action. But the innkeeper...
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The laws relating to horses [by H. Jeremy].

Henry Jeremy - 1825
...it, even after it shall have eat its value ; but, by the custom of London and Exeter, he may sell or take him as his own, upon the reasonable appraisement of four of his neighbours (p). But as this right to (k) 6 Mod. 224; 1 Vin. 248. (/) 1 Ventr. 71 ; 14 Vin. Abr. 437, 8. York v....
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A New Abridgment of the Law with Large Additions and Corrections, Volume 5

Matthew Bacon, Sir Henry Gwilliam, Charles Edward Dodd - Law - 1844
...and Exeter, if a man commit a horse to an hostler, and he eat out the price of his head, the hostler may take him as his own, upon the reasonable appraisement...could not be known, to charge them with the action, (a) But the innkeeper hath no power to sell the horse, by the general custom of (he whole kingdom....
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Burn's Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer: Containing the ..., Volume 1

Justices of the peace - 1845
...byeotiom hortler, and he eat out the price of his head, the hostler may take him as his E,^on "l"1 own, upon the reasonable appraisement of four of his neighbours; which was, it teems, a custom arising from the abundance of traffic with strangers, that could not be known, to charge...
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