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71. The Act of 9 April 1742, c. 22, 2 A&R 1095, provided that, if an execution was returned unsatisfied or partially satisfied, the clerk of court might “ex officio, renew or make out an alias or pluries execution for the whole or the remainder, as the case may be, till the judgment be fully satisfied.”
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