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HENRY DAVISON, ESQ.
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTERS AT LAW.

VOL. I.

WITH

AN INDEX OF THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS.

LONDON:
S. SWEET, 1, CHANCERY LANE; A. MAXWELL, 32, BELL YARD; AND
STEVENS' AND NORTON, 26 & 39, BELL YARD;

Law Booksellers and Publishers:
AND ANDREW MILLIKEN, GRAFTON STREET, DUBLIN.

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LIBRARY OF THE LELAND STANFORD, JR., UNIVERSE

LAW DEPARTNENT.

a, 53345

JUL 10 1901

LONDON:

PRINTED BY C. ROWORTH AND SONS, BELL YARD,

TEMPLE BAR.

J U D G ES

OF

THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH,

During the period comprised in this volume.

The Right Hon. Thomas Lord Denman, C.J.

The Hon. Sir John PATTESON, Knt.
The Hon. Sir John Williams, Knt.
The Hon. Sir John Taylor COLERIDGE, Knt.
The Hon. Sir William WIGHTMAN, Knt.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

Sir John CAMPBELL, Knt.
Sir THOMAS WILDE, Knt.

SOLICITOR-GENERAL.

Sir Thomas WILDE, Knt.
Sir William WEBB FOLLETT, Knt.

MEMORANDA.

EARLY in Trinity Vacation, Sir John CAMPBELL, Knight, Attorney-General, was appointed Lord High Chancellor of Ireland, by the title of Baron CAMPBELL, of St. Andrew's, in the county of Fife.

Sir Thomas Wilde, Knight, Solicitor-General, succeeded Sir John Campbell as Attorney-General.

At a later period of the Vacation Lord Chancellor COTTENHAM resigned the Great Seal, which was delivered to Lord LYNDHURST as Lord Chancellor.

Lord CAMPBELL resigned the office of Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and was succeeded by Sir EdwARD BURTENSHAW SUGDEN, Knight.

Sir FREDERICK Pollock, Knight, was appointed AttorneyGeneral.

Sir WillIAM WEBB FOLLETT, Knight, was appointed SolicitorGeneral.

Early in the same Vacation William WHATELEY, of the Inner Temple, Esq.; RICHARD Godson, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq.; SUTTON SHARPE, of the Middle Temple, Esq.; CHARLES JAMES KNOWLES, of the Middle Temple, Esq.; Matthew TALBOT Baines, of the Inner Temple, Esq.; and the Hon. JAMES STUART WORTLEY, of the Inner Temple-were appointed Queen's Counsel; and CHARLES Austin, of the Middle Temple, Esq., received a patent of precedence, to rank next after Mr. Baines.

Later in the Vacation ALEXANDER James EDMUND COCKBURN, of the Middle Temple, Esq., was appointed Queen's Counsel.

And John VINCENT THOMPSON, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., was made Serjeant, and gave rings with the motto, “Nec ultrà, nec citrà."

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Birmingham and Gloucester ABERDARON, Inhabitants Railway Company, Reg. v. 324 of, Reg. v.

178

Reg. v. (IndictAbington v. Lipscombe . . 230 ment against corporation) 457 Ackroyd, Ex parte, Reg. v.

Birrell, Fisher o. (post, 2 G.
Justices of West Riding 198

& D.) Alderson, Reg. v. .

429
Black, Davis v.

432 Allin, Newton v..

Blunt, Benson v. 44

449 All Saints in Newcastle upon

Boorman v. Brown, (ante, 4
Tyne, Inhab. of, Reg.

P. & D. 401)
133
Brewster, Baynes v.

669 Alternun, Inhab. of, Reg. o. 261 Bridgewater, Inhab. of, Reg. Anderson, Arbouin v. 403

265 Andrews v. Marris · 268 Brighton, Inhab. of, Reg. v. 54 Apothecaries' Company v.

Bristol Dock Company, Reg.
Greenough

. 378
v. (Poor rate)

76 Arbouin v. Anderson 403

Reg. o.

(Mandamus to repair) 286 B. Brook v. Jenney

. 567

Brown, Boorman v., (ante, 4 Baynes v. Brewster ... 669

P. & D. 401) Beadsworth v. Torkington . 482

Brunton o. Hall

207 Bell r. Twentyman

223

Bunch v. Kennington, (ante, Betts v. Smyth

284

4 P. & D. 509) Benn, Falcon v.

646
Burghart, Lane v.

S11 Benson v. Blunt

449 Bickford 0. Skewes

736

C. Bicknell v. Wetherell

460 Bingbam v. Stanley

237 Cambridge, University of, HalBirch, Coates v. 647

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(a) The cases which are not signed either “G.” or “D." are reported by Mr. Kempson, of the Oxford circuit.

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