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The Law of Settlement: (The Plymouth v. Axminster Guardians.)

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This case before the House of Lords was an appeal from an order of the Court of Appeal affirming an order of the Recorder of Plymouth on a case stated by him. The question in dispute was whether a female pauper lunatic was settled in the appellants' union. The lunatic was born at Plymouth, but had gained no settlement of her own; her mother, a single woman, was born in the defendants' union, and had acquired no settlement.

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