PRICE V. EASTON 4 B. and AD. 431.
JOHN PRICE against EASTON.
Thursday, January 17th, 1833,
Declaration stated that W. P. owed the plaintiff 131pounds., and that in consideration thereof, and that W. P., at the defendant's request, had promised defendant to work for him at certain wages, and also, in consideration of W. P. leaving the amount which might be earned by him in the defendant's hands, he, the defendant, undertook and promised to pay the plaintiff the said sum of 131pounds. Averment, that W. P. performed his part of the agreement. Judgment arrested, because the plaintiff was a stranger to the consideration.
[S. C. 1 N. and M. 303; 2 L. J. K. B. 51. Approved, v. Pitcher,  2 Ch. 308.]
Declaration stated that one William Price was indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of 131., being the balance of a larger sum due for the price of a certain timber carriage sold and delivered to him; and that the defendant, in consideration thereof, and in consideration that the said William …