2 Law Recorder, containing Reports of Cases, and Proceedings in the Courts of Law and Equity, &c. &c. &c. at Dublin and Elsewhere 1 (1828-1829)

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No. l.-VoL, It.  DUBLIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1828.

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As conluctors of t1 1 Law Recorder, we disclaim altog ether all interferen ce with party or puliticd. Ille nei-
ther court nor favour tiny party itt the State, nor seek their patronage as a party. 7he tatter of ths publietion,
if it he interesting to men o/ any class or profession, mst be equally interesting to them, no matter to what party or
to what creed they belong. ; anl ifony of our readlrs should think it alsoletely impossible to open an Irish publication,
ab .' notfind in it soin little morsel to blunt the keenness of is political appetite, or perh'ats to give a zest for a more
plenteous repast oj that same street fiod, oe take the liberty ofassuring him beforehand, that our eohionjs will contain
to such stimulants. Politics will not, by us at least, be mixed op with i/tformltion on legal subtects.
[Extract from original Prospeet .
The conductors of THE        LAw   REcoRDE.R     creed fraudulent and void, .nd plaintiff be res-
commence their SECOND VOLUME, with the sa- tored to the possession of the lands thereby con-
veyed; also for an account of the rents received
tisfaction of knowing, that they have succeeded     by defendant and of all sunis due to him on the
foot of the loan of 100. and 31. 5s. lent to
in establishing a species of Law Publication, said plaintiff-setting        off against same, the
which had    long been a desideratum, as well rents, plaintiff offering to pay defendant any
balance that should appear due, and that defon-
with the   Profession, as with the trading and      dant should pay plaintiff any balance, &c. This
landed interests of Irelaud.    Of the incessant bill is founded on a principle which I don't be-
lieve has yet come befdre your Lordship in this
labour, the very considerable expense, and the      Court, but which has been established here by
innumerable difficiAlties attendant npom a Work     the vigorous opinion of Lord Redesdalo on the
sulject.
like theirs', the conductors will not say any         Loan CnAacuLLoa.-Tisis. I scee a case of
thing ; it will suffice to assure their readers, that Lease and  Loan.

as TilE LAw REcORDER has so very generally
.acquired the character of  A most useful
Vork, so no effort shall be wanting on the
part of its Managers, to merit a continuance of
public approbation and support.
Subscribers who profess to take an interest in
the success of the Work, will best evince their
sincerity, by the pronmpt and regular payment
of their Subscriptions.
NOVEMBER, 3rd, 1828.
LEASE AND LOAN.
Richard Mfoore, Esq. PLAINTIPF.
John M1'Kafl, DEFENOAN'T.
DICKSON having opened the bill,
LEFaOV.. (SerJeaut) stated the plaintiff's case.
The bill was filed on the 2.9th of August,
- 1825, and was afterwards amended to put in
issue some circumstances, but not seeking any
other relief than that prayed by the original
billr which was, that the lease of 12th Janua-
ry, 1822, might be brought into Court and de
VOL. 11.           A

LsiaROY, (S.)--Yes, my Lord, the bill states
that the plaintiff was seized of an estate in fee
of the lands of Knocklauhrack, 'otherwise
Mooreville, in the Queen's County, containing
13A. 2u. 2(;P. with a coivenient house, offices,
and garden thereon, and also of the lands of
Harristown, in said County, for the term of his
natural life ; and being much pressed by credi-
tors, le applied to defendant to advance him
100 by way of loan, and that the defendant
being aware of his necessities, from time to
time, continued to amuse h~m with expecta-
tions of assistance, till at length his necessities
became so urgent he was obliged to permit
defendant to enforce his own term, ; aud
accordingly, defendant insisted on receiving a- a
douceur for his ad%ancc, that the plaintilfshould
execute to him, a lease of like. renewable for
ever, of the said dwelling house iii which the
plaintiff then resided, with good offices and a
garden, in the town of Ratlidowney, at a rent
of about X10. and at a pepper-corn fine on
every renewal ; the rent was at the rite of 3.
per acre. This proposal was coucheid in those
terms:--
 I propose to give you 3. per acre for the farm
9 where you now reside near Rathdowney, called
 Mooreville, coutaining 14 Acres or tbereabouts,
 smbject to be surveyed, on wbich a house, offices

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