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respectively, according to the nature thereof, to him and to his assigns, until the said three several sums, together with interest upon the same at the rate of four pounds per centum per annum from the said

(a), shall have been levied. Therefore We command you, that, (If sued out of the court of Exchequer, say, Therefore, We command you, that you omit not by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you enter the same, and "] without delay you cause to be delivered to the said A. B., by a reasonable price and extent, all the goods and chattels of the said C. D. in your bailiwick, except his oxen and beasts of the plough, and also all such lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents, and hereditaments, including lands and hereditaments of copyhold or customary tenure, in your bailiwick, as the said C. D., or any person in trust for him, was seised or possessed of on the said day of

(a), or at any time afterwards, or over which the said C. D. on that day, or at any time afterwards, had any disposing power, which he might, without the assent of any other person, exercise for his own benefit, to hold the said goods and chattels to the said A. B. as his proper goods and chattels, and also to hold the said lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents, and hereditaments respectively, according to the nature and tenure thereof, to him and to his assigns, until the said three several sums of €

and ! , together with interest as aforesaid, shall have been levied. And in what manner you shall have executed this Our writ make appear to Us [or, in the Common Pleas, “to our Justices," or, in the Exchequer, " to the Barons of our Exchequer,” as the case may be), at Westminster, immediately after the execution hereof, under your seal and the seals of those by whose oath you shall make the

and £

fa) The day on which the the inferior court into the sucosts of removing the rule of perior court were taxed.

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said extent and appraisement; and have you there then this writ. Witness at Westminster, the

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No. 15.-Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum on a Judg

ment for Plaintiff VICTORIA, by the Grace of God of the United King- Ca. sa. on dom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of

judgment for

plaintiff. the Faith ; to the Sheriff of greeting. We command you, that you [If sued out of the court of Exchequer, say “We command you, that you omit not, by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you enter the same, and”] take C. D. if he shall be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before Us [or, in the Common Pleas, “before Our Justices," or, in the Exchequer, “ before the Barons of Our Exchequer,as the case may be], at Westminster, immediately after the execution hereof, to satisfy A. B. [the amount of all the moneys recovered by the judgment], which the said A. B. lately in Our court of Queen's Bench, for “Common Pleas," or

[ “Exchequer of Pleas,” as the case may be], recovered against the said C. D., whereof the said C. D. is convicted, together with interest upon the said sum, at the rate of four pounds per centum per annum, from the day of ,

in the

year
of our Lord

(a), on which day the judgment aforesaid was entered up; and have you there then this writ. Witness

at Westminster, the

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1853.

REG. Gen.

On judgment for defendant.

No. 16.-Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum on a Judg

ment for Defendant. VICTORIA, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith; to the Sheriff of greeting. We command you, that you take [If sued out of the court of Exchequer, say "that you omit not by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you enter the same and take"] A. B. if he shall be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before Us [or, in the Common Pleas, “ before Our Justices," or, in the E.rchequer, “before the Barons of Our Exchequer,as the case may be], at Westminster, immediately after the execution hereof, to satisfy C. D. e

which lately in Our court of Queen's Bench [or “Common Pleas,"

amon Pleas,” or “Exchequer of Pleas," as the case may be], were awarded to the said C. D., for his costs of defence in an action lately prosecuted in our said court by the said A. B. against the said C. D., whereof the said A. B. is convicted, together with interest upon

the said sum at the rate of four pounds per centum per annum from the

in the year of our Lord (a), on which day the judgment aforesaid was entered up; and have you there then this Writ. Witness , at Westminster, the day of

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year

of our Lord

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No. 17.-Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum on a Rule

for Payment of Money. VICTORIA, by the Grace of God of the United King

On rule for

(a) The day on which the judgment was entered up, or, if entered up prior to the 1st of October, 1838, say “from the 1st day of October in the

year of our Lord 1838," omitting the words, " on which day the judgment aforesaid was entered up."

REG. GEN.

that you

you omit

dom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of 1853. the Faith ; to the Sheriff of

greeting. We command

you,
that

you take [If sued out of the court payment of of Exchequer, say “We command you, that

money not by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you enter the same, and take”] C. D., if he shall be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before Us [or, in the Common Pleas, before Our Justices,” or, in the Exchequer, “ before the Barons of Our Exchequer," as the case may be], at Westminster, immediately after the execution hereof, to satisfy A. B. £ which lately in Our court of Queen's Bench (or “Common Pleas," or "Exchequer of Pleas," as the case may be], by a rule of Our said court, dated the

day of

, in the year of our Lord

were ordered to be paid by the said C. D. to the said A. B., and further to satisfy the said A. B. interest upon the said sum at the rate of four pounds per centum per annum from the day and year aforesaid (a); and have you there then this writ. Witness at Westminster the

day of

in the of our Lord

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No. 18.Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, on a Rule

for Payment of Money and Costs. Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United King. Of money and dom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of costs. the Faith ; to the Sheriff of

greeting. We command you, that you take [If sued out of the court of Etchequer, say We command you, that you omit not, by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you enter the same, and take”] C. D., if he shall be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that (a) The day on which the

ber, 1838, say

“ from the 1st rule was made, or, if it was day of October, in the year of made prior to the 1st of Octo. our Lord 1838."

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you may have his body before Us [or, in the Common Pleas, “ before Our Justices," or, in the Exchequer, “before the Barons of Our Exchequer," as the case may be], at Westminster, immediately after the execution hereof, to satisfy A. B. which lately in Our court of Queen's Bench [orCommon Pleas," or " Exchequer of Pleas," as the case may be], by a rule of Our said court, dated the

, in the year of our Lord , were ordered to be paid by the said C. D. to the said A. B., together with certain costs in the said rule mentioned, which said costs have been taxed and allowed by Our said court at £ [the amount of the allocatur or allocaturs, if more than one,] and further to satisfy the said C. D. the said last-mentioned sum, together with interest upon the said two several sums at the rate of four pounds per centum per annum from the

in the

year of our Lord (a), on which day the said costs were taxed; and and have you there then this writ. Witness at Westminster, the

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Of costs only.

No. 19.-Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, on a Rule

for Payment of Costs only. VICTORIA, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith; to the Sheriff of

greeting. We command you, that you take [If sued out of the court of Exchequer, say “We command you, that you omit not, by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you enter the same, and take”] C. D., if he should be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before Us [or, in the Common Pleas,

(a). The day on which the principal money from the date costs of the rule were taxed. of the rule, alter the form acIf interest be claimed on the cordingly.

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