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574.01the wood industries in our courts of litigation. D'Oyly Owens
574.01+(William Wood: 18th century English ironmonger who was granted a short-lived right to mint copper coinage for Ireland) [011.21] [.13] [.29]
574.01+D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
574.01+James Joyce: Ulysses.16.363: 'Jesus, Mr Doyle' (Christ — Anointed — oiled — Doyle)
574.01+Irish dáil: assembly
574.02holds (though Finn Magnusson of himself holds also) that so
574.02+Finn MacCool
574.03long as there is a joint deposit account in the two names a
574.03+
574.04mutual obligation is posited. Owens cites Brerfuchs and Warren,
574.04+(ROME)
574.04+Brer Fox and Brer Rabbit in Joel Chandler Harris's Uncle Remus stories [.36] [575.11] [575.29]
574.04+German Fuchs: fox
574.04+(IRELAND)
574.05a foreign firm, since disseized, registered as Tangos, Limited,
574.05+Legalese disseize: wrongfully dispossess or oust
574.05+deceased
574.05+Latin tango: I touch, I cheat [.28] [575.19]
574.05+(Catholic Church) [.28]
574.06for the sale of certain proprietary articles. The action which was
574.06+Legalese proprietary articles: things made and marketed by a person having exclusive right to manufacture and sell them (James Joyce: Ulysses.15.3250)
574.07at the instance of the trustee of the heathen church emergency
574.07+HCE (Motif: HCE)
574.08fund, suing by its trustee, a resigned civil servant, for the pay-
574.08+
574.09ment of tithes due was heard by Judge Doyle and also by a com-
574.09+
574.10mon jury. No question arose as to the debt for which vouchers
574.10+Legalese voucher: a paper or item which serving to vouch the truth of accounts
574.11spoke volumes. The defence alleged that payment had been made
574.11+
574.12effective. The fund trustee, one Jucundus Fecundus Xero Pecun-
574.12+Motif: Archdeacon J.F.X.P. Coppinger [.22] [575.06] [575.24]
574.12+Latin jucundus: pleasant
574.12+Latin fecundus: fruitful
574.12+Latin pecuniosus: rich
574.13dus Coppercheap, counterclaimed that payment was invalid
574.13+(William Wood's coinage scheme threatened to overrun the Irish economy with cheap copper coins) [.01]
574.14having been tendered to creditor under cover of a crossed cheque,
574.14+Legalese cover: deposit or sum of money sufficient to secure againt loss or to meet an obligation
574.14+Legalese crossed cheque: a cheque drawn across with two parallel lines and further written onto, thus making it payable only through certain channels, to guard against fraud and facilitate safe transmission, under Bills of Exchange Act of 1882
574.15signed in the ordinary course, in the name of Wieldhelm, Hurls
574.15+Legalese phrase in the ordinary course: according to accepted financial practice
574.15+German Wilhelm: William
574.15+Harold's Cross: district of Dublin
574.16Cross, voucher copy provided, and drawn by the senior partner
574.16+voucher cheque: in accounting, a cheque bearing upon it, or on a detachable stub, notation of items covered by the cheque
574.17only by whom the lodgment of the species had been effected but
574.17+Legalese lodgement of the species: act of depositing money
574.18in their joint names. The bank particularised, the national misery
574.18+(bank refused payment because only one partner had signed cheque)
574.18+miser
574.18+Legalese particularise: allege special matter in defence
574.19(now almost entirely in the hands of the four chief bondholders
574.19+
574.20for value in Tangos), declined to pay the draft, though there
574.20+
574.21were ample reserves to meet the liability, whereupon the trusty
574.21+Legalese trustee: person to whom responsibility for administration of funds or property was given
574.21+Obsolete betrust: an entrusting, a trust
574.22Coppercheap negociated it for and on behalf of the fund of the
574.22+Motif: Archdeacon J.F.X.P. Coppinger [.12] [575.06] [575.24]
574.22+Legalese negotiated: (of commercial papers and cheques) sold, transferred
574.22+fun
574.23thing to a client of his, a notary, from whom, on consideration, he
574.23+[168.13]
574.24received in exchange legal relief as between trusthee and bethrust,
574.24+Legalese legal relief: remedy, redress
574.25with thanks. Since then the cheque, a good washable pink, em-
574.25+
574.26bossed D you D No 11 hundred and thirty 2, good for the figure
574.26+DUD
574.26+Motif: 1132
574.26+Legalese phrase Do ut des: commutative contract in which equality between giving and receiving is emphasised (literally 'I give so that you may give')
574.26+(cheque with arithmetical figures and sum in words coniciding)
574.27and face, had been circulating in the country for over thirtynine
574.27+The Thirty-Nine Articles: the defining doctrines of the Church of England (Motif: 39) [573.20]
574.28years among holders of Pango stock, a rival concern, though not
574.28+Latin pango: I fasten, I promise, I drive in [.05] [575.29]
574.28+(Anglican Church) [.05]
574.29one demonetised farthing had ever spun or fluctuated across the
574.29+(William Wood's copper coinage consisted of halfpence and farthing coins) [.01]
574.30counter in the semblance of hard coin or liquid cash. The jury (a
574.30+
574.31sour dozen of stout fellows all of whom were curiously named
574.31+Irish Saorstát Éireann: Irish Free State
574.31+a dozen of stout: crate of Guinness bottles
574.32after doyles) naturally disagreed jointly and severally, and the
574.32+Legalese jointly and severally: (of an acting person) both as a member of a group and as an individual
574.33belligerent judge, disagreeing with the allied jurors' disagree-
574.33+
574.34ment, went outside his jurisfiction altogether and ordered a gar-
574.34+jurisdiction
574.34+Legalese garnishee attachment: act of giving notice to a person for purpose of attaching money or property for which he or she is liable to another
574.35nishee attachment to the neutral firm. No mandamus could lo-
574.35+Legalese mandamus: writ, letter or mandate issued by sovereign, demanding certain acts from a person, corporation or inferior court (literally 'we command')
574.36cate the depleted whilom Breyfawkes as he had entered into an
574.36+depletion: in accounting, impairment of capital, decline in value caused by consumption or diminution of an asset
574.36+Archaic whilom: former
574.36+Brer Fox [.04] [575.11] [575.29]
574.36+Guy Fawkes


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