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. Smith v. Bramston, 2 Salk.
644, 91 Eng. Rep.
1695); see also Dunkly v. Wade, 2 Salk.
653, 91 Eng. Rep.
1707) and Sparks v. Spicer, 2 Salk.
648, 91 Eng. Rep.
1698). Another case which appears to approve a jury finding against evidence, Deerly
v. Dutchess of Mazarine, 2 Salk.
646, 91 Eng. Rep.
1696), really rests on a theory of estoppel, that a woman who is reputed to be a
feme sole and lives as one may not set up her coverture as a defense to payment of