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FROM MICHAELMAS TERM 1856, TO TRINITY TERM 1857, BOTH INCLUSIVE.

IN THE COURTS OF CHANCERY.
The Right Hon. LORD CRANWORTH, Lord High Chancellor.
The Right Hon. Sir James Lewis Knight Bruce, Knt., Lord Justice.
The Right Hon. Sir GEORGE JAMES TURNER, Lord Justice.
The Right Hon. Sir John ROMILLY, Knt., Master of the Rolls.
The Hon. Sir RICHARD Torin KINDERSLEY, Knt., Vice Chancellor.
The Hon. Sir John STUART, Knt., Vice Chancellor.
The Hon. Sir WILLIAM Page Wood, Knt., Vice Chancellor.

COURT OF APPEAL IN BANKRUPTCY.
The Right Hon. Sir JAMES Lewis Knight BRUCE, Knt.,
The Right Hon. Sir George James Turner,

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Lords Justices.

IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.
The Right Hon. LORD CAMPBELL, Lord Chief Justice.
The Hon. Sir John Taylor Coleridge, Knt.
The Hon. Sir WILLIAM WIGHTMAN, Knt.
The Hon. Sir William ERLE, Knt.
The Hon. Sir CHARLES CROMPTON, Knt.

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Right Hon. Sir ALEXANDER COCKBURN, Knt., Chief Justice.
The Hon. Sir CRESSWELL CRESSWELL, Knt.
The Hon. Sir EDWARD VAUGHAN Williams, Knt.
The Hon. Sir Richard BUDDEN CROWDER, Knt.
The Hon. Sir James Shaw WILLES, Knt.

IN THE COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
The Right Hon. Sir FrederiCK POLLOCK, Knt., Chief Baron.
The Hon. Sir EDWARD HALL ALDERSON, Knt.
The Hon. Sir SAMUEL Martin, Knt.
The Hon. Sir GeoRGE WILLIAM WILSHERE BRAMWELL, Knt.
The Hon. Sir William HENRY WATSON, Knt.
The Hon. Sir WILLIAM FRY CHANNELL, Knt.

Sir RICHARD BETHELL, Knt., Attorney General.
The Right Hon. JAMES STUART WORTLEY.
Sir Henry SINGER KEATING, Knt.,

Solicitors General.

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PREFERMENTS AND MEMORANDA.

In Michaelmas Term 1856, Sir ALEXANDER JAMES EDMUND COCKBURN, Her Majesty's Attorney General, was appointed Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, in the room of Sir John JERVIS, deceased. He gave rings with the motto “ Fiat Justitia."

Sir RICHARD BETHELL, Her Majesty's Solicitor General, was appointed Attorney General, and the Right Hon. JAMES STUART Wortley, Recorder of London, was appointed Her Majesty's Solicitor General.

In the vacation after Hilary Term, Sir EDWARD HALL ALDERSON, one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer, died at his residence after a short illness. He was succeeded by WILLIAM FRY CHANNELL, Esq., Serjeant-at-Law, who was shortly after knighted.

In Trinity Term, the Right Hon. James Stuart WORTLEY resigned the office of Solicitor General, in consequence of ill health. HENRY SINGER KEATING, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, was shortly after appointed to the vacant office, and received the honour of knighthood.

Mr. Serjeant WRANGHAM, Mr. Serjeant SHEE, and Mr. Serjeant Byles, were appointed Queen's Serjeants.

In the vacation after Trinity Term, the Hon. EDMUND Phipps, of the Inner Temple, CHARLES WORDSWORTH, Esq., of the Inner Temple, John LOCKE, Esq., of the Inner Temple, ALLAN MACLEAN SKINNER, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, John WALTER HUDDLESTON, Esq., of Gray's Inn, and Robert LUSH, Esq., of Gray's Inn, were appointed Her Majesty's Counsel.

Mr. Serjeant PIGOTT received a Patent of Precedence, giving him rank next after Јонх LocKE, Esq.

Shortly after, in the same vacation, John Monk, Esq., of the Middle Temple, WILLIAM Forsyti, Esq., of the Inner Temple, and HENRY MANISTY, Esq., of Gray's Inn, were appointed Her Majesty's Counsel.

REPORTS

OF

CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED

In the House of Lords,

BY

W. WAKEFORD ATTREE, Esq. BARRISTER-AT-LAW.

AND IN THE

Courts of Chancery,

BY

GEORGE STEVENS ALLNUTT, Esq., SAMUEL VALLIS BONE, Esq., THOMAS PARKER, Jun. Esq.,

THOMAS WYATT GUNNING, Esq.,

FRANCIS FISHER, Esq.

AND

CHARLES EDWARD HAWKINS, Esq.

BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

DURING FOUR TERMS,

VIZ.

MICHAELMAS 1856, HILARY, EASTER AND TRINITY, 1857.

20 & 21 VICTORIÆ.

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