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THURSDAY NIGHT.I

MONMO UTHSBIRE.

BRECbNSHIIiE.

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PLAXTEHS AND SLA FES.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.

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COURT OF EXCHEQUER. DAVID THOMAS I), THOMAS Hr: R Y.-This cause was tried at the last Breconshire Assizes, where the plaintiff obtained a verdict; damages 241. 10s. The learned Judge before whom the cause was tried, when asked to nonsuit the plaintiff, at the trial, refused, but gave the defendant leave to move to set aside the verdict and enter a nonsuit, or have a new trial,on certain points reserved. The Court, after hearing the arguments by Mr. Whitcombe, for the defendant, and Mr. Evans and Mr. Williams, for the plaintiff, proposed that the cause should again go down for trial upon the plaintiff's first paying the defendant's costs of the former trial; but, this proposal not being acceded to on the part of the defendant, the Court directed a nonsuit to be entered, thus deciding— 1. That parol evidence of an account stated in writing is inadmissible, without first giving notice to produce the account; and 2. That a verbal acknowledgement of part payment of a demand is insufficient to take the casefuut of Lord Ten- terden's Act.

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