The account is not taken with rests unless a special direction to that effect is inserted in the order1, and such a direction is not inserted as a matter of course2. A mortgagee is not bound to accept payment of his money by driblets3, and the direction is not given unless the mortgagee has impliedly elected to be paid in this manner, or has so acted as to forfeit his usual immunity. He impliedly elects to be paid by driblets if he enters into possession when no interest is in arrear4, and there are no special circumstances to account
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