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Distresses for Rent 1804

Distresses for Rent 1804 Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information


Christian Winebrinervs.John Cock4.11.4Satisfied Plaintiff
Barnet Hoover[?]vs.Francis Gardener11.12.6satisfied Plaintifftook J. Quantrill's note for Shff fees
Peter Linkvs.James Smith5.1.1satisfied Plaintiff
Daiel Gehrvs.Henry Hose2.5.0charge Plaintiff Sheriff's fee
David Downeyvs.Christr. Silhart5.9.3Satisfied Plaintiff
David Harryvs.William Read11.2.11Satisfied Plaintiff


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Nathaniel Rochester

The act of taking movable property out of the possession of a wrong-doer, to compel the performance of an obligation, or to procure satisfaction for a wrong committed.

Distress for rent.
The principal kind of distress given by law is that used to compel payment of rent in arrear, especially of a landlord against his tenant.

From A dictionary of American and English law : with definitions of the technical terms of the canon and civil laws : also, containing a full collection of Latin maxims, and citations of upwards of forty thousand reported cases in which words and phrases have been judicially defined or construed.by Stewart Rapalje and Robert L. Lawrence. Jersey City, N. J.; Frederick D. Linn and Co., 1883


Collection Location:
Western Maryland Room, Washington County Free Library

Original Size:
36 cms x 25 cms

Rochester, Nathaniel; Jails, Washington County (Md.)

Washington County, (Md.), 1804-1806

Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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