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genenlaethuri to nponalllandyand, ¤¤ud`e,np¤l·e¥` _`..fi tol`ellaton¤e,tzlltlnek•?efendant’•ellate inthe ptemifu. 'H¤e‘· ‘ fund a&doesnouepeaL h•t¤nlyaltenthepteeee¢lingone,b7t_ dire&inganinquelttoheheld,wh¤erealeltatei•¤heninexe·` eatin. ltdoe•not,h¤wever,deferihethepa:tic¤l¤reflatcs1;rsi whiehtheitnqneltllnhpafs; and the inconveniences ofsdmite. dngitinthe¤l'eoftifeehtes,¤einfumn•un¤hle. _ AfNI‘GIlEdE!2li0II,d2PIG6dEIlfEiV§Sb£@Ii|IId.ill¢.`— Court, to the following e|E&. Summa, Pny€J¢u:.-Thequeilion is whether an eltate for Hf¢1‘I8iikE¤h¢!¢¢lI.&IlIII|l&EEIO¢l¤D-dR.NIiII!i*;IlI- ontetm·nofani¤qnelt,thatth£pro£¤are‘i`nEcientf¢»rp‘gi¤ng thedehtinfevenyean? Onafaireonlhuétiuncftlie of Allhnhly, wedonottlninkdnelngillature intended, that anef· tatefox Bfe lhculd he delivemdto theplai¤tilI;·inhtisfa&io¤¤f hisdeht. Thelgenenl ineetelt, andofconfequen¤e,tl:·fcpten- nialvalue, are opreearious,thatthey could not have been in contemplatinmin making a that theelbte £hou.‘dhedelivered¤utiltl•eplainty’: eubtirpaid. Belidee, ifthe Legillature hadfo intended, a ptovilicn would finely, have been added, to fnpplyanydeliciency, incafeofa failuteofthe elate, hef¤·ed¤edifchzrge¤f·thedebt;as,ina11othe1·•·.:lfe,1l1efamea€t efpeciallyprovidegthat, ifthe valuation ofthe Ianddeliveted to theplaintillkowardsfatisfaéitionofhiseleht llnallhlllhomhemay have another execution agaiult the defendant’shody,'lands, ur goods, for there{idue· We are, therefore, of opinion, that an diane fot.life.tikenin execution, may he l`0I`d,witl10ut`It¤Itling in in uelt on its va- lue: And, confequcntly, thattheinquelt, in the ptefent cafe, mult be qualhcd. .

Oéiiober `SGHEOFIS, 1790. . _ —-it-— Ssunm verfu- Tuncmzn. 5.22 HIS was a urtiomritoremove thejudgment given in this . — cafe by Jullice Wbamn. Onamotion made by Scqimut to merfe the judgment, it appeared that tfbmber, the retent de- {¤nd¤¤t,·had originally fued Sharp, the plaintil}, ·hel`Pore £uRi¢¢ M",