This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1826 Excerpt: ...1 Id. ibid. ' Gould r. Robson, 8 East, 576. Acte, 291. Id. ibid. Per Baylev, J. in Claridge c. Dal toe, 4 M. fc S 232,3. Smith r. Knox, 4 ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1826 Excerpt: ...1 Id. ibid. ' Gould r. Robson, 8 East, 576. Acte, 291. Id. ibid. Per Baylev, J. in Claridge c. Dal toe, 4 M. fc S 232,3. Smith r. Knox, 4 Esp. Hep. 46-Pel Lord Eldon. " It is said that the holder may discharge any of the indorsers titer taking them in execution, and yet have recourse to the others. I doubt the law a? stated so generally. I am disposed to be of opinion, that if the holder discharge a prior indorser, he will find it difficult to recover against a subsequent one. So also in English r. Darley, 2 Bos. & Pul. 62, Lord Eldon, after adverting to tbe inaccuracy of the marginal abstract of the case of Hayling r. Mulhall, said, " Had the plaintitT first sued a prior indorser, and discharged him from execution, it would have afforded a sufficient objection to an action against a subsequent indorser." See Havling r. Mulhall, 2 BI. Hep. 1235. Port, 298. (375) In various cases decided in the United States, the same principles have been recognised. Scarborough v. Harris, 1 Bay's Rep. 177. Roba tsonv. Voglc, 1 Dall. Rep 252. James v. Badger, 1 John Cas. 131. Kenworthy v. Hopkins, 1 John. Cas. 107. If the holder receive part payment from the maker when a note becomes due, and before giving notice to the indorser, allows further credit to him, the indorser is discharged. Cain v. Colwell, 8 John. Rep. 384. See Lynch v. Reynolds, 16 John. Rep. 42. But it the holder receive part payment and give due notice to the indorser, the latter will be holden for the payment of the residue. James v. Badger, 1 John. Cas. 131. And it has been declared that any credit given by the holder of a bill to the drawer, acceptor, indorser, or promissor, is a consent to hold the demand upon their responsibility, and that the holder has no remedy afterwards but again...Read Less
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