. Here and in the following paragraph,
has paraphrased the case of Parish of Greate Charte v. Parish of Kennington, 2 Str.
1173, 93 Eng. Rep.
1742). The order of the two justices had been quashed in Sessions. In favor of the
order it was argued before the King's Bench that the practice was authorized by statute
below), was necessary because there might be a corporation with only two justices,
and was saved because there was an appeal on the merits to the Sessions. For the result,