FURST AND FONDUNG
\fˈɜːst and fˈɒndʌŋ], \fˈɜːst and fˈɒndʌŋ], \f_ˈɜː_s_t a_n_d f_ˈɒ_n_d_ʌ_ŋ]\
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In old English law. Time to advise or take counsel, Jacob.FURTHER. In most of its uses in law, this term means additional, though occassionallyit may mean any. future, or other. See London & S. F. Bank v. Parrott 125 Cal.472, 58 Pac. 164, 73 Am. St. Rep. 64; Hitchings v. Van Brunt, 38 N. Y. 338; FiftyAssociates v. Howland, 5 Cush. (Mass.) 218; O'Fallon v. Nicholson, 56 Mo. 238;Pennsylvania Co. v. Loughlin, 139 Pa. 612, 21 Atl. 163.
By Henry Campbell Black