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the following Index, the Figures following the Names refer to the Questions of the Evident
to the page of the Appendix.
A manor court in the neighbourhood of Tralee, Leonard 1257.
See Promissory Notes.
Action on Recognizance.
Useful regulation, if a party did not prosecute his appeal, that an action upon the recognizance should be brought against him in the quarter sessions couit summarily, Hetherington 385.
In particular Places:
Generally: If an attorney is employed in a case, reasonable regulation that in case of appeal the affidavit of attorney as to probable ground of success should be taken, Macaulay 157,158
Should be made compulsory previous to issuing an attachment, Macaulay 194 No rules as to affidavits of attornies that appeals are not made for delay, Hetherington 369 In case of appeal affidavits should be filed of debt, if not by attorney by the suitor himself, Leonard 1161 Before appeals are entered, attornies or respectable persons should make affidavits that there are just grounds for appeal, Crawford 1841, 1842.
In particular Places:
Castledawson: Are always required before attachments are issued, Crawford 1756.
Gwilliambrook: Latterly at this manor court affidavits have been required on issuing attachments, Cochrane 1469.
Killesandra: At the court held at, affidavits are now required on issuing attachments, Cochrane 14^7-See also Appeals.
Distringas, Gawley, Mr.
Generally: Many persons of doubtful respectability, not being attornies, practise in manor courts, Macaulay 160-163 Class of persons who practise in manor courts, Cullinun 746.
Belfast: Attonies practise in the Belfast court, as well as a class of persons called agents or writers, Hetherington 314.
Kilrush: Low class of persons who practise in this court j their disgraceful conduct, Leonard 1122.
See also Attornies.
There are 14 manor courts in the county of Antrim, Macaulay 64 Cases apÂ¬ pealed from the seneschal; inconvenience which arose from the distance of assizes, and the uncertainty of knowing at what time the cases would come on, Hetlierington 389, 39Â° Large tracts adjoining Antrim with no manor court jurisdiction; the barony of Lower Massareene in this predicament; many inhabitants complain of the anomaly, Macaulay 183 Case of a respectable farmer who was run to great expense by appealÂ¬ ing from the unjust decision of a manor court, Hetherington 417-429.
See also Seneschals, 5.
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