This term generally excludes the day to which it relates; but It will be construed otherwise, if required by the evident Intention of the parties. Kendall v. Kings ley, 120 Mass. 95. Unnmqnodqne dissolvitur eodem li gamine quo ligatur. Every obligation is dissolved by the same solemnity with which it is created. Broom, Max. 884. Unumquodque eodem modo quo col ligatu est, dissolvitur,quo constitui tur, destruitur. Everything is dissolved by the same means by which it is put together,destroyed by the same means by which it is established. 2 Rolle, 39; Broom, Max. 891. Unnmqnodqne est id quod est prin cipalius in ipso. Hob. 123. That which is the principal part of a thing is the thing itself. Unnmqnodqne principiorum est sibi metipsi fides; et perspicna vera non sunt probanda. Every general principle [or maxim of law] is its own pledge or warrant; and things that are clearly true are not to be proved. Branch; Co. Litt 11.