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CHAP. III.-Form and Requisites of Bills, &c.-Considera-
tion for same.-Construction of them.-Consequence of
Alteration and Drawer's Liability
The forms of bills, &c. in general
CHAP. IV.-Of Indorsements and Transfers of Bills, &c.
What bills, &c. are transferrable
Who may transfer
'The time when a transfer may be made
Modes of transfer
By indorsement in blank
CHAP. V.-Presentment of Bill for Acceptance.-Acceptance.
Non-Acceptance.-Holder's Conduct thereupon; and of 158 to 244
Liability of acceptor, and his right in certain cases
How this liability may be discharged
Liability of a party promising to pay a bill
Indemnity to acceptor and his right
188 to 193
193 to 195
CHAP. VI.-Of Presentment for Payment.-Of Payment.
240 to 244
241 to 242
243 to 244
Within what time it must be made
Payment, how made, and what amounts to it
Consequences of giving time to, or releasing acceptor
Of the receipt for payment
Of the effect of payment, and payment by mistake
When notice of non-payment necessary
CHAP. I.—By, and against whom an Action of Assumpsit} 341 to 486
on a Bill, Check, or Note, may be supported
CHAP. II.-Of the Affidavit.—Arrest.-Bail, and Declara-
tion in Assumpsit on a Bill, &c.
The necessary averments of breach of contract, &c.
Of the counts on consideration, and common counts
The common breach
CHAP. III.-Of Payment of Debt and Costs.-Judgment by
Default.-Pleas and Defence in Action on Assumpsit, on
Of staying proceedings on payment of debt and costs