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CASES IN CHANCERY,
ARGUED AND DETERMINED,
THE ROLLS COURT
DURING THE TIME OF
LORD L A N G D A LE,
MASTER OF THE ROLLS.
CHARLES BEAVAN, ESQ., M. A.
BARRISTER AT LAW.
1848, 1849.-12 & 13 VICTORIA.
(LATE SAUNDERS AND BENNING)
Lord COTTENHAM, Lord Chancellor.
Lord LANGDALE, Master of the Rolls.
Sir LANCELOT SHADWELL, Vice-Chancellor of England.
In May, 1849, W. Page Wood, Esq., Q. C., was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the County Palatine of Lancaster, in the place of Horace Twiss, Esq., deceased.
In Easter vacation, 1849, Edward John Lloyd, Esq., Richard Malins, Esq., Frederic Calvert, Esq., Henry Singer Keating, Esq., and Roundell Palmer, Esq., were appointed Queen's Counsel, and Mr. Serjeant Kinglake and James R. Hope, Esq. received patents of precedence.
In Trinity vacation, 1849, the Hon. Mr. Justice Coltman died, and Mr. Serjeant Talfourd was appointed one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas.
On the 6th of December, 1850, John Elijah Blunt, Esq., was appointed one of the Masters in Ordinary, in the place of William Wingfield, Esq., resigned.
In Hilary vacation, 1850, Michael Prendergast, Esq., H. Bliss, Esq., C. S. Greaves, Esq., William Charles Townsend, Esq., C. Hoggins, Esq., William Carpenter Rowe, Esq., Thomas Colpitts Granger, Esq., P. F. O'Malley, Esq., Edwin James, Esq., Barnes Peacock, Esq., and Kenneth Macaulay, Esq., were appointed Queen's Counsel.
The Right Honorable John Lord Campbell was, in Hilary vacation, 1850, appointed Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench, in the place of Lord Denman, resigned