2 Gibbons v. M'Casland, 1 B. & Ald. 690.

3 Mayor of Kingston v. Horner, Cowp. 102; Oswald v. Legh, 1 T. R. 270.

4 Calvert v. Gordon, 3 Man. & Ry. 124; s. c. 7 B. & C. 809; 4 Russ. 581; s. c. 1 M. & R. 497; Loveland v. Knight, 3 C. & P. 106.

5 Shepherd v. Beecher. 2 P. Wms. 288. See Hunt v. Roberts, 45 N. Y. 691 (1871); Burgess v. Eve, Law R. 13 Eq. 450, 458; Phillips v. Foxall, Law R. 7 Q. B. 666 (1872).

6 Phillips v. Foxall, Law R. 7 Q. B. 666 (1872); Burgess v. Eve, Law R. 13 Eq. 450, 458.

7 Offord v. Davies, 12 C. B. (n. s.) 748 (1862).

§ 1139. A continuing guaranty amounting to a contract, and not a mere authority, is not terminated by the death of the guarantor,1 but an implied contract arising from a request would be.2

1 Bradbury v. Morgan, 1 H. & C. 249 (1862). See Offord v. Davies, 12 C. B. (N. S.) 748.

2 Blades v. Free, 9B.&C. 167.