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Bill of Costs for a Plaintiff in an Injunction Cause.
(From Turner's Chancery Practice, Vol. I. p. 354.]
Yourself against JOSEPH DARTON.
Easter Term, 1815.
Taking instructions for bill
: Drawing warrant to prosecute, and filling up same
on stamp - - - -
put in his answer, nor obtained any order for
time, paid for an attachment - Instructions for counsel to move for an injunction
to stay proceedings at law - Fee to Mr. H. to move - - - Attending him therewith, and attending Register to
draw up and enter order - Paid for order, duty, entry, and service Paid for writ of injunction - - Copies, and service thereof on the defendant and
(a) The fair copy is included in the one shilling per folio allowed for drawing.–Ed.
(6) Personal service in town five shillings, in the country ten shillings. If only one defendant, personal service is not allowed.--Ed.
£. o do Drawing notice of motion, that the injunction might
extend to stay trial, copy and service - 0 4 0 Attending you, taking instruction for affidavit in support of the motion ·
0 6 8 Drawing the same and fair copy, fol. 16 : 0 16 0 Attending you, reading over and settling the same 0 6 8 Engrossing same, and paid for paper and duty 0 7 7 Paid oath - - - - - 0 1 0 Paid filing same, and for office copy
0 16 0 Abbreviating bill and affidavit, fol. 75 . - 1 5 Making copy thereof for counsel, five brief sheets 0 16 8 Gave Mr. H. therewith and clerk - - - 2 4 6 Attending him - - - - 06 8 Drawing affidavit of the service of notice of motion, . engrossing, duty, and oath
luty, and oath - - - 0 7 7 Paid filing, and for an office copy of same - 0 6 7 Attending court on motion (a), when the injunction was granted
- - 0 13 4 Paid for writ of injunction
- 2 1 6 Copies, and service thereof on the defendant and his solicitor
0 10 0 Term fee, clerk and solicitor
0 16 8 Letters and messengers
- 0 5 0
Trinity Term, 1815.
dissolving injunction, and clerk Attending him
(a) An attendance is always allowed where an affidavit, or any deed, &c. is to be read in court; and, by the late orders, an attendance is allowed on special motions, thirteen shillings and fourpence each day.--Ed.
(6) Not allowed in town causes.-Ed.
Attending court on motion, when the injunction
was ordered to be dissolved (a) - Term fee, clerk, and solicitor Letters and messengers
Easter Term, 1816. The defendant having obtained a dismissal of the : bill for want of prosecution, paid for a copy of
his bill of costs, fol. 12 - - Attending taxing the same, clerk in court and
solicitor Term fee, clerk and solicitor
Letters and messengers
(a) N. B. If the plaintiff, on the injunction being dissolved, should proceed na further in the suit in equity, the defendant may, on the expiration of three terms, move to dismiss the bill for want of prosecution.-Turner,
Bill of Costs for the Defendant in the same Cause,
Easter Term, 1815. .
Charge. Tax Off.
. £. $. d. £. $. d. ATTENDING and taking instructions
to appear - - • 0 6 8 Drawing warrant to defend, and stamp 0 7 6 Paid entering appearance - 0 6 8 Paid for office copy bill, fol. 60 3 10 0 Close copy thereof (a) - - 1 0 0 1 0 0 Attending, taking instructions for
answer - - - 0 13 4 Drawing same, and fair copy, fol. 54 2 14 0 Fair copy thereof for counsel (6) 090 09 Fee to Mr. B. to settle and sign same,
and clerk - - - 2 4 6 0 2 6 Attending him . .. 0 6 8 Term fee, clerk in court, and solicitor 0 16 8. Letters and messengers - - 0 60 o'io
Trinity Term, 1815. Attending, defendant reading over
answer as settled by counsel 0 13 4
(a) Not allowed in a town cause.
(6) Fair copies are included in the ls. per folio drawing, but never allowed where counsel drew the pleadings, and in strictness in no other cause but country causes.
Engrossing answer - - -
skins - - Attending the defendant reading over
the engrossment .. Attending him to the public office to
get him sworn thereto
order to dissolve injunction, un
less cause - - Fee to him to move 2 Attending him therewith, and attend
ing register to draw up and enter
order - - Paid for order, entry, copy, and
service - - . Drawing and engrossing affidavit of
the service thereof, duty and oath Paid filing same, and for office copy Abbreviating bill and answer, fol. 60,
54–114 - - Two fair copies thereof for counsel,
ten sheets each - Two copies of the order nisi annexed Fee to Mr. Solicitor-General and
clerk, with brief to move to dis-
on the merits - -
was ordered to be dissolved