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Sir Edward Coke had put the matter thus in the following terms: In a writ of error to reverse and utlary, utlary in that suit, or at any stranger's suit, shall not disable the plaintife, because if he in that action should be disabled if he were outlawed at several men's suits, he should never reverse any of them.