In Heard v. Wadham, supra, at p. 630, Lawrence J. wrote as follows: . . . many cases in the books may be cited to shew, that where one party is to do a certain thing on a certain day, in consideration of which the other party is to do another thing, the party suing for a breach of contract must shew that he had performed or was ready to perform his part on the day.
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