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46. 5 Bacon, Abridgment 1, tit. Tender and bringing Money into Court upon the common Rule. The rule, “by which the Money brought into Court is ordered to be struck out of a Declaration, is, from its being more frequently granted than that by which it is ordered that the Proceedings shall be stayed, called the common rule.” Of particular application to this case are id. at 14–19, 27.
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