Mil- bank, the defendant had signed the deed, and thereby acknowledged that a debt was due to the plaintiff; but the amount was not mentioned: and, the ... An acknowledgment must go to the amount of the debt. ... I cannot pay the debt at present, but I will pay it as soon as I can :aquot; and it was held that this was not a sufficient acknowledgment to take the case out of the ... In Whippy v. Hillary (I), (h) Ante, Vol. 1, p. 105. (k) 9 Dow. aamp; Ryl. 555. (Ar) 6 Barn. aamp; Cress. 603; 9 (Q 3 Barn. aamp; Adolph.
|Title||:||Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Common Pleas & Exchequer Chamber, and in the House of Lords|
|Author||:||John Bayly Moore, John Scott|