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acceptance acceptor according action againſt aforeſaid afterwards alſo amount appeared banker bearer became becauſe bill of exchange Bill or Note bill payable brought called caſe cauſe charged conditional conſideration conſidered court held cuſtom debt Defendant demand directed diſcharged draught draw Drawer drawn duty effects evidence exceed firſt gave give given granted hands holder indorſement inland bill intereſt intitled iſſued judgment jury liable London Lord Mansfield Lord Raym maker ment mentioned merchants months muſt neceſſary negotiable Note payable notice objected opinion otherwiſe paid party payable Payee payment perſon Plaintiff pleaded preſented promiſe to pay proteſt prove queſtion received recover refuſed rule ſaid ſaid Bill ſame ſay ſent ſeveral ſhall ſhew ſhould ſigned Smith ſtamp ſtated ſuch ſufficient ſum taken Term Rep thereof thought transfer trial uſe verdict Vide whole writing written
Page 126 - ... that all bonds, contracts, and assurances whatsoever, made after the time aforesaid, for payment of any principal, or money to be lent or covenanted to be performed upon or for any usury, whereupon or whereby there shall be reserved or taken above the rate of five pounds in the hundred, as aforesaid, shall be utterly void...
Page 16 - ... shall be pleaded or given in evidence in any Court, or admitted in any Court to be good, useful or available in law or equity...
Page 74 - ... within the kingdom of England, dominion of Wales, or town of Berwick upon Tweed, and the islands of Jersey or Guernsey ; any law or usage to the contrary notwithstanding.
Page 70 - Guildhall, that it is not an excuse for not demanding payment on a note or bill, or for not giving notice of non-payment, that the maker or acceptor has become a bankrupt, as many ways may remain of obtaining payment by the assistance of friends or otherwise.
Page 80 - ... where the drawer has no effects in the hands of the drawee i<f) ; for it is a fraud in itself, and if that can be proved, the notice may be dispensed with.
Page 80 - ... that the drawer had no effects in the hands of the drawee from the time the bill was drawn till the time it became due, he is liable, without proof of demand and notice.
Page 74 - Know all men, that I, AB, on the day of at the usual place of abode of the said have demanded payment of the bill, of the which the above is the copy, which the said did not pay, wherefore I the said do hereby protest the said bill. Dated this day of *II. Which protest so made as aforesaid shall, within fourteen 1 J days after making thereof, be sent, or otherwise due notice shall be given thereof, to the party from...
Page 80 - The case of Bickerdike v. Bollman," says Lord Ellenborough, " went upon the ground, that the drawer had no effects in the hands of the drawee at the time of the bill drawn, and the other cases followed on the same ground.