Report of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law Volume 43

Report of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law Volume 43

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ...and with gross ignorance, and with gross and culpable want of caution, and without due regard to the safety of the said child, administering to it the said saline injection.) Second count-that the defendant, further intending, &c., afterwards, to wit, on, &C., 'Sp0le and published the false, &c., words following of and concerning the plaintiff, and of and concerning the said making up and administering by the plaintiff of the said medicines to the said chi d of the defendant, that is to say, "he (meaning the plaintiff) made up the medicines (meaning the said medicines so made up and administered by the plaintiff to the said child as aforesaid) wrong, through jealousy, because I (meaning the defendant) would not allow im (meaning the plaintiff) to use his own judgment," (thereby meaning that the plaintiff had intentionally, and from jealousy and improper motives, made up the medicines-1092 "which he had administered to the said child, in a wrong and im proper manner, and that such medicines were thereby, to the knowled e of the plaintiff, unfit and improper to be administered to the said child.) By means of the committing of which said grievances thereinbefore respectivel mentioned, one Joseph Brookbank, nftenmrds, and after the plaintiff had become and was an apothecary, and whilst the plain tiff used and carried on the profession and business of an apothecary as aforesaid, and before the commencement of the suit, to wit, on, &c., refused to employ the said plaintiff in his said profession and business of an von. XLIII. '71-In apothecary, as he otherwise would have done; whereby the plaintiff had necessarily lost and been deprived of divers great gains, &C. Third count--that the plaintiff, before more

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