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Author: Glisson, William.
Title: The common law epitomiz'd with directions how to prosecute and defend personal actions, very useful for all lawyers, justices of peace, and gentlemen : to which is annexed the nature of a writ of error, and the general proceedings there upon : with a plain table for the easie finding out of every particular / by William Glisson and Anthony Gulston ...
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The common law epitomiz'd with directions how to prosecute and defend personal actions, very useful for all lawyers, justices of peace, and gentlemen : to which is annexed the nature of a writ of error, and the general proceedings there upon : with a plain table for the easie finding out of every particular / by William Glisson and Anthony Gulston ...
Glisson, William., Gulston, Anthony., Style, William, 1603-1679., Applegarth, Henry.

London: Printed by the assigns of Rich, and Edw. Atkins for Hen. Brome and Tho. Basset ..., 1679.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Translated from the French by Hen. Applegarth.
Table of contents: p. [7]-[14]
Subject terms:
Actions and defenses -- England.
Civil procedure -- England.
Writs -- England.
Appellate procedure -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A42852.0001.001

Contents
license
title page
The Epistle Dedicatory. TO THE Professors & Practisers OF THE COMMON LAW OF ENGLAND.
To the READER.
table of contents
The TABLE.
ACCOUNT.
Account against a Guardian in Soccage.
In what Court Account lieth against a Guar∣dian in Soccage.
Who shall have a Writ against Guardian in Soccage.
Against what person an Account lieth as Guardian in Soccage.
For what things Account lieth.
The Account against a Guardian in Soccage.
The Writ against a Guardian in Soccage.
The Process against a Guardian in Soccage: 1. Before appearance. 2. After appearance.
The Barr by a Guardian in Soccage: 1. To the Action of Account. 2. Before Auditors in discharge.
The Judgment against a Guardian in Soccage, 1. Of Account. 2. To recover the thing.
Execution against Guardian in Soccage: 1. per Common Law, 2. per Statute Law.
Ex parte talis.
Account against a Baily, 1. of a Court or Hundred. 2. of a Mannor-house, &c.
In what Court it lies against a Baily.
Who shall have an Account against a Baily, 1. of a Court, 2. of a Mannor.
Against whom an Account lieth as Baily, 1. of a Court or Hundred. 2. of a Mannor &c.
For what things Account lieth against a Baily, 1. of a Court, &c. 2. of a Mannor, &c.
The Count against a Baily, 1. of a Court or Hundred. 2. of a Mannor, &c.
The Writs against a Baily, 1. of a Court or Hundred, 2. of a Mannor, &c.
The process against a Baily, 1. before appearance; 2. after appearance.
The Bar for a Baily, 1. to an action of Account; 2. before Auditors.
The Judgment against a Baily, 1. of Account; 2. to Recover the things.
Execution against a Baily, 1. per Common Law; 2. per Statute Law.
Ex parte Talis by a Baily.
Account against a Receiver, 1. in Law; 2. in Deed.
The Court where it is to be brought,
Who shall have an Account against a Receiver.
Against whom Account lieth as Receiver.
For what things Account lieth against a Receiver.
The Account against a Receiver, 1. by other hands; 2. by his own hands.
The Judgment against a Receiver, 1. to Account; 2. to Recover.
The Writ against a Receiver.
The Process against a Receiver, 1. before Ap∣pearance; 2. after.
Bar by a Receiver, 1. to an Action of Account; 2. before Auditors.
Execution against a Receiver, 1. per Common Law; 2. per Statute Law.
Ex parte talis.
Action upon the Case.
In what Court it lieth.
2. Against whom this lieth.
For what things this Action lies.
The Writ.
The Process, 1. before appearance; 2. after.
The Judgment.
For what things it lies.
For doing of wrong to the damage of another touch∣ing his body.
For doing a thing to the damage of another touching his Name, which is Slander; for it turns to his prejudice.
For doing of wrong to the damage of another, touching Suits in Law.
For the not doing of a thing which ought to be done by the Law, touching a thing hereditary to the damage of another.
For not doing of a thing which ought to be done by the Law, to the damage of another, concerning Chattels.
For the not doing of a thing which ought to be done by the Law, to the damage of another touching his Body.
For not doing of a thing which ought to be done by the Law, to the damage of another touching Suits in Law.
Assumpsit.
For the not doing of a thing which ought to be done by the agreement of the party to the damage of another, touching things hereditary.
General Bar.
For not doing of a thing which ought to be done by the agreement of the parties touching Chat∣tels.
The Judgment.
The Writ.
For not doing a thing which ought to be done by Agreement touching the body.
The Writ.
For not doing of a thing which ought to be done by agreement of the parties touching Suits in Law.
For not doing of a thing where a man is bound to do it in one manner, and he doth it in another.
For negligent suffering of a thing to be done to the damage of another.
Barr.
For Deceit in bargains and agreements with Warranty.
For deceits in Bargains and Agreements, without Warranty.
Trover and Conversion.
Of what things it lies.
Covenant.
subpart
In what Court Covenant lies, 1. Personal; 2. Real.
Against whom Covenant lies, 1. Personal, 2. Real.
For what things Covenant lies, 1. Personal; 2. Real.
The Count in Covenant, 1. Personal; 2. Real.
Writ in Covenant, 1. Personal; 2. Real.
The Process in Covenant, 1. Before appearance; 2. After.
The Bar in Covenant, 1. Personal; 2. Real.
Judgment in Covenant, 1. Personal; 2. Real.
Execution in Covenant, 1. Personal; 2. Real.
Detinue.
subpart
In what Court Detinue lies, 1. of Chattels; 2. of Deeds for Land.
Who shall have a Detinue, 1. of Chattels; 2. of Deeds.
Against whom Detinue lies, 1. Of Chattels; 2. Of Deeds.
For what things Detinue lies, 1. Of Chattels; 2. Of Deeds.
The Count in Detinue, 1. Of Chattels; 2. Of Deeds.
The Writ in Detinue, 1. Of Chattels; 2. Of Deeds.
The Process in Detinue, 1. Before appearance. 2. After.
The Garnishment in Detinue, 1. Of Chattels. 2. Of Deeds.
Enterpleader in Detinue, 1. Of Chattels. 2. Of Deeds.
Barr in Detinus; 1. Of Chattels. 2. Of Deeds.
The Judgment in Detinue; 1. Of Chattels. 2. Of Deeds.
Execution in Detinue; 1. Of Defendant. 2. Against the Garnishee. 3. Of what Lands. 4. Of what Goods.
DEBT.
Debt, in what Court it lies.
Who shall have Debt.
Against whom Debt lies.
For what things Debt lies.
subpart
The Writ in Debt; 1. In the County. 2. In Com. Ban.
The Process in Debt, 1. Before appearance. 2. After appearance.
The Judgment in Debt.
Ejectment.
In what Court it lies.
Who shall have an Ejectione firmae.
Against whom Ejectment lies.
Of what things an Ejectmont lies.
The Count Generally.
The Writ.
The Process, 1. before; 2. after appearance.
The Barr.
The Judgment.
Quare Impedit
In what Court it lies.
Who shall have a Quare Impedit.
Against whom a Quare Impedit lies.
Quare Impedit, of what disturbances it lies.
Quare Impedit, of what things it lies.
The Count in a Quare Impedit.
The Process in a Quare Impedit, 1. Before appearance; 2. After.
Barr in a Quare Impedit, 1. By the Ordinary. 2. By others.
These are good Causes of refusal, viz. which are above specified.
These are not good causes of refusal.
These are good causes of refusal in the Presenter.
Who shall plead Plenarty, and who not.
Against whom Plenarty is no Plea.
Judgment in a Quare Impedit.
1. When he shall have Judgment. 2. Of what things he shall have Judgment.
The Writ to the Bishop, to whom it shall be directed.
Process in a Writ to the Bishop.
Of what things a man shall have Judgment.
A Writ to the Bishop, and single dammages, 17 Edw. 3.5. pl. 12. 24 Edw. 3.37. pl. 54.26 Edw. 3.75. pl. 25.
A Writ to the Bishop, and double dammages.
Single dammages, and no Writ to the Bishop.
Double dammages, and no Writ to the Bishop.
Two Writs to the Bishop.
In what Court, and what Judges have power to award a Writ to the Bishop.
Ne Admittas.
What Persin shall have it.
In what Cases it lies.
Within what time this ought to be brought.
The Writ.
The Process.
Quare non admisit.
Out of what Court this issueth.
What Person shall have it.
Against whom it lies.
In what Cases this lies.
The Writ.
The Count.
The Barr.
The Judgment.
Quare Incumbravit.
In what Court it shall be brought.
What person shall have it.
Against whom it lies.
In what Cases this lies not.
The Count.
The Process.
The Barr.
The Judgment.
Replevin.
subpart
In what Court it lies.
In Ban. Regis, or Com. Ban.
Who shall have a Replevin.
Against whom a Replevin lies.
Of what things a Replevin lies.
The Writ.
The Process. 1. Of a man Replevied. 2. Of Chattels.
If the Sheriff return
Second Deliverance.
Distress.
In what case a man may distrain.
Of what things a man may distrain.
What Person shall distrain.
At what time a man may distrain.
In what place a man may distrain.
What Distress shall be sold.
What shall not be said a Distress excessive.
1. The Barr. 2. Justification. 3. Conusance. 4. Avowry.
Who shall avow.
For what things a man may avow.
Seisin in Avowry in whom it may be alledged.
By what hands Seisin of the Rent or Services shall be alledged.
Within what time seisin ought to be alledged.
When it is not requisite to alledge Seisin.
What Seisin shall be good.
Barr to an Avowry.
Judgment.
TRESPASS.
Trespass. In what Court Trespass lies.
Who shall have Trespass.
Against whom Trespass lies.
For what matters Trespass lies, viz. for doing of wrong to the dammage of another; 1. touching Inheritance: 2. touching Chattels: 3. touching the Body.
ERROR.
Error.
Who shall have a Writ of Error.
The Writ of Error.
Diminution in Error, 1. by whom; 2. in what cases, 3. at what time.
The Assignment of Errors, 1. by whom; 2. at what time; 3. upon what Record; 4. of what things.
Bar in Error.
The Judgment in Error. 1. For the Plaintiff. 2. For the Defendant. 3. For both.