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7 Costs, until all are disposed of, and Monday.. 30 Monday..

9 then the General Cause Book. Tuesday. Tuesday.. 10 Fourth Seal.-Motions.

N. B.-Petitions will be heard on Petition-days only. Wednesday 11) Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Fur- Notice. After the Second Seal the Vice-Chancellor will bear Thursday

12 | ther Directions, Further Considera; Exceptions and Further Directions, Further Considerations, Friday

13 { tions, and Further Directions and and Further Directions and Costs, in priority to Original Saturday

14 1 Costs, until all are disposed of, and Causcs. Monday.

then the General Cause Book. Tuesday. 17 Fifth Seal.-Motions.

Before Vice-Chancellor Sir J. STUART, at Lincoln's Inn. Wednesday 18

Tuesday .... June 19 First Seal.-Motions and Causes. Thursday 19 | Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Fur

Wednesday 20 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Friday 20 ther Directions, Further Considera.

Thursday ... 21 ) Claims, and Further Directions. Saturday 21 tions, and Further Directions and

Friday... 22' Petitions and General Paper. Monday. 23 Costs, until all are disposed of, and

Short Causes and Claims, and General · Tuesday. 24 then the General Cause Book. Saturday ....... 23

Paper. Wednesday 25

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Tharsday

Monday.. 26 Sixth Seal.-Motions.

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Claims, and Further Directions. Friday 27 Petitions in General Paper.

Tuesday. 26 Second Seal.-Motions and Causes. Saturday 287

Wednesday 27 7 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Monday.. 30 Remaining Motions and Petitions.

Thursday 28 Claims, and Further Directions. Tuesday. 31

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29 Petitions and General Paper. Notice.-At the Sittings after Trinity Term the Master of the Rolls will hear Exceptions, Further Directions, Further Saturday

Paper. Considerations, and Further Directions and Costs, previous to

Monday

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

July 2 proceeding to hear Original Causes.

Claims, and Further Directions. N.B.-Short Causes, Short Claims, Consent Causes, Un Tuesday.

3 Third Seal.-Motions and Causes. opposed Petitions, and Claims, every Saturday at the sitting Wednesday 4) Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, of the Court.

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5 Claims, and Further Directions. Notice.-Consent Petitions must be presented, and copies Friday ... 6 Petitions and General Paper. left with the Secretary, on or before the Thursday preceding

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7 the Saturday on which it is intended they should be heard.

Paper.

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Monday... 9 Before Vice-Chancellor Sir RICHARD T. KINDERSLEY, at

Claims, and Further Directions. Lincoln's Inn.

Tuesday.. 10 Fourth Seal.-Motions and Causes.

Wednesday 11 ] Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, - Motions and General 19

Thursday 12 ) Claims, and Further Directions. Paper. Wednesday

13 Petitions and General Paper.

Friday 20 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Short Causes and Claims, and General Thursday 21 ) Claims, and Further Directions. Saturday

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Paper. Priday 22" Petitions and General Paper.

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Saturday 23 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes. Monday... 16

Claims, and Further Directions. Monday...... 25

Tuesday.. 17 Fifth Seal.-Motions and Causes. Claims, and Further Directions.

Wednesday

18 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Second Seal.-Motions and General Tuesday......

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19 Paper.

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20 Petitions and General Paper. Wednesday 27 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Short Causes and Claims, and General Thursday 28 ) Claims, and Further Directions. Saturday

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Paper. Friday 29 Petitions and General Paper.

Monday.. 23 Saturday 30 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes.

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Tuesday.

24 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Claims, and Further Directions. Monday July 2

Wednesday 25
Claims, and Further Directions.

Thursday ... 26 Sixth Seal.--- Motions.
Third Seal. - Motions and General
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27 General Petition-day. Paper.

Saturday

28 Wednesday 4 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Monday.. 30 Remaining Motions and Petitions. Thursday 5) Claims, and Further Directions.

Tuesday..

31 Friday

6 Petitions and General Paper. Saturday

Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes.
Monday...
Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Before Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood, at Lincoln's Inn.
Claims, and Further Directions.

First Seal. - Motions and General Tuesday ......

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Wednesday 20

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Wednesday 11 | Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Thursday

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Claims, and Further Directions. Thursday 12) Claims, and Further Directions. Friday

22 Friday 13° Petitions and General Paper.

Petitions, Short Causes and Claims, Saturday

Saturday

23 14 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes.

and General Paper. Monday. 16{Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Monday........ 23
Claims, and Further Directions.

Claims, and Further Directions.
Fifth Seal. - Motions and General

Second Seal.-Motions and General Tuesday..

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Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Thursday 19 ) Claims, and Further Directions. Thursday

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Claims, and Further Directions. Friday 20 Petitions and General Paper.

Friday

29 Saturday 21 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes.

Saturday

Petitions, Short Causes and Claims,

30 Monday. 23

and General Paper. Tuesday..

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Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Wednesday

Monday

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

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Wednesday
Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Earl of Craven o. Ure (M for Morris v. Moss (M for dec.) Thursday 5

decree)

Thornton o. Hoyes (Cause) Claims, and Further Directions. Friday 6

Hope o. Liddell (Cause) Lewis v. Rattenbury (Further Saturday

s Petitions, Short Causes and Claims, Liddell v. Norton (M' for consideration)
and General Paper.

decree)

Morten v. Bradbury (Further Monday .......

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Canses, Webster v. Bean (Cause) ? consideration)

Claims, and Further Directions. Bean o. Webster (Cause) Churchman d. Capon (2) (F

Fourth Seal.-Motions and General Lowe o. Cresswell (Cause) D, C)
Tuesday..... 10
Paper.

Fell v. Norman (M for decree) Sporle o. Whyman (M for de-
Wednesday 11
Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Tweddell o. Rogerson (M for

Bourne v. Shaw (Cause) cree) Thursday 12

Hodgson o. Coates (Cause) Friday

13
Claims, and Further Directions.

decree)

Wood v. Stones (Cause) Saturday

14
Petitions, Sbort Causes and Claims, Fitzgerald o. Morgan (Cause) Surman v. Goodlake (M for
and General Paper.

Clark o. Gill (M for decree) decree)
Monday....... 16

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, | Ogden o. Ogden (Cause) Thompson v. Drew (Further

Claims, and Further Directions. Clements o. Hall (M for dec.) consideration)

Fifth Seal. - Motions and General Rotton o. Barron (Cause) Ross d. De Havilland (M for Tuesday

17 {
Paper.

Sanders 9. Wearr (Cause) decree)
Wednesday 18
Thursday

19
Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Bunny v. Hopkinson (Cause) Hanbury'o. Hussey (2) (FD,

Bunny v. Cannan (M. for de- C)
Friday

Claims, and Further Directions. 20

cree)

Parr v. Jackson (CI) Saturday ....... 21 and General Paper.

decree)

decree) Monday... 23 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Richardson v. Heald (Cause)

Marryat o. Marryat (Cause) Mildmay v. Ranken (Further Tuesday.. 24

consideration, from chamb.) Wednesday

Claims, and Further Directions. 25

Chodwick v. Vickerman (M Whitbam v. Gill (Further con. Thursday 26 Sixth Seal.-Motions.

for decree)

sideration)

Markham v. Ivatt (M for dec.) Friday ... 27 Short CausesClaims

Williams . Close (Cause) Rogers o. Collingwood (CI). Saturday 28

Roberts v. Goldney (Cause) Charrite v. Henniker (M for Monday. 30 Remaining Motions and Petitions. Phillips 0. Lewis (Further decree) Tuesday 31

consideration)

Berens o. Berens (Cause) Johnson o. Cobb (F D, C)

Evans o. Evans (Canse) EQUITY CAUSE LISTS, AFTER TRINITY

Cooper v. Cooper (M for de. Wedderburn v. 'Wedderburn cree)

(5) (E, F D, C) TERM, 1855.

Penhall v. Allen (Further con.

Wedderburn 6. Wedderburn The following abbreviations have been adopted to

sideration)

(5) (E, F D, C) abridge the space the Cause Papers would otherwise bave occu- Summerfield v. Prichard (Fur. Wedderburn r. Wedderburn pied: --A. Abated-Adj. Adjourned--A. T. After Term-Ap. ther consideration)

(5) (E, F D, C) Appeal-C. D. Cause Day-ci. Claim-C. Costs—D. De- Duerden v. Lancaster (Cause) Smith v. Cheshire (Canse) murrer-E. Exceptions-É. D. Further Directions-M. MO- Borman o. Parkinson Cause) Att.-Gen. o.. Ward (2) (Ë, F tion-P. C. Pro Confesso—Pl. Plea-Ptr. Petition-R. Re- Chadwick v. Truman (Cause) D, C) hearing-S. O. Stand Over-Sh. Short.

De Maltzalm o. Hammersley Morris v. James (M for dec.) Court of Chancery.

(M for decree)

Sh

Robinson o. Webb (Further Long o. Marsh (Farther con. Before the LORD CHANCELLOR.

consideration)

sideration)
APPEALS.
Rogers v. Rogers

De Sorban v. Bland (M for Pinckney v. Tanner (5) (FD,
Pennell v. Smith
Broughton v. Broughton (6) decree)

C)
Meek v. Ridler
Villebois v. Villebois.

Hooper o. Cook (Cause) Dolman v. Nokes (Cause)

Devaynes o. Robinson (M for Newton o. Kosh (À for dec.) Before the LORDS JUSTICES.

decree)

Simmons 0. Rose (Further APPEALS.

Newcastle, Shields, and Sun. consideration) Rooth o. Tomlinson (2) Sneesby o. Thorne

derland Union Joint-stock Husband o. Elyard (Cause) Rootb o. Tomlinson (2) Foster o. Waddington

Banking Co. v. Gledston Thompson o. Barber (F D, C) Pound v. Vickers Wood v. Wood

(Cause)

Davies v. Dunkin (Cause) Perry v. Walker (2) Bulkeley o. Hope

Courtier v. Oram (3) (Further Lyne o. Lyne (Cause) Desborough v. Harris Baker v. Bradley

consideration)

Verriez o. Symes (Cause) Minet v. Leman (Part heard) Hope v. Corporation of Glon. Att.-Gen. o. St. Cross Hospi. Alston o. Hughes (Canse)

tal (Further consideration) Eedle o. Cartwright (Further

cester Paddon v. Pease

CAUSE.
Att.-Gen. o. Corporation of

consideration)
Goodwin o. Lee
Walker v. Walker (M for de-

Ilchester (M for decree) Cowlisbaw v. Hardy (Canse), Bate v. Hooper (2)

Att.-Gen. v. Blizard (M for Fream o. Dowling (M for dec.) decree)

Att.-Gen. v. Corporation of Before the Right Hon. the MASTER OF THE ROLLS.

Att.-Gen. 0. Corporation of Totness (2) (F D, C)
Pevensey (Cause)

Pariente v. Lubbock (E, FD,
CAUSES, &c.

Proctor v. Durham (Cause) C) Baukart u. Kirkhouse (M for | Marryat o. Marryat (M for Hutt o. Lantour (Further con- Hebblethwaite •. Brook (M decree, part heard) decree) sideration)

for decree) Sh Armstrong 9. Armstrong (M Goulden o. Howell (Cause) Grove o. Laxton (M for dec.) Finch o. Hollingsworth (F D, for decree)

June 22

Smith o. Armstrong (Further C) Worthington o. Davenport (M Parkins o. Lees (Cause) consideration)

Banks o. Banks (F D, C) Sk for decree)

Thompson o. Armitage (Cau.) Benham v. Robertson (M for Scaris Evick o. Tunbridge (M Rackhau v. Gilbert (Cause) Jennings o. Christopher (Ca.) decree)

for decree) Orrett o. Corser (M for dec.) Morgan v. Thomas (Cause) Fifield v. Atkins (Cause) Ross v. White (CI) Summers o. Alder (Cause) Clapham v. Manby (M for de- Acaster v. Anderson M for Att.-Gen. o. Master, &c. of Littlejohns o. Household (Ca.) cree)

decree)

Trinity College, Cambridge Pennell o. Miller (Cause) Smith'n. Bakes (Cause) Mills v. Drewitt (Cause) (Cause) Scott c. Roberts (Cause) Henry v. Thornton (Cause) Arnott o. Tyrrell (Sp. case) Irby o. Irby (6) (F D, C) Lancaster v. Darlington (Cau.) Mountain o. Sowden (Cause) Moody v. Payne (2) (F D,'C) Gibb o. Kerr (M for decree) Lord Kensington 7. Bouverie Smith v. Smith (M for decree) Sudlowo. Dutch 'Rhenish Rotton o. Gillott (M for dec.)

(Further consideration) Daniel v. Fussell (M for dec.) Railway Co. (M for decree) Mayne o. Mayne (Cause)

Paddon z. Beggardson }

cree, Ptn).

Truman v. Chadwick (M for i Willan o. Willan (Further con- Dempster v. Dempster (F D, 1 Coulthard'o. Heslop (M for decree) sideration) C)

decree) Payne v. Little (Cause) Morrison v. Bradley (M for Thurnall o. Rayner (Cause) Bunny v. Cannan (M for dec.) Fruer o. Bouquet (CI)

decree)

Lubbock v. Murphy (4) (Ca.) Mildmay v. Baron Methuen Cole o. Earl of Charleville (M Fairclough 0. Wiglesworth Cotterill v. Cotterisi (Cause) (2) (F D, C) for decree)

(F D, C)

Evans o. Evans (2) (F D, C) Brown o. Paulí (4) (F D, C) Walker v. Armstrong (Cause) Wigglesworth v. Wigglesworth Att.-Gen. o. Adams (F D, C, Eyre v. Broke (F D, C) sh Prole . Masterman (2)(Cau.) (FD, C)

Ptn)

Wilton o. Hill (Cause) Addison o. Halton (2) (Cause) Rolfe v. Chester (M for dec.) Darby o. Darby (Cause) Alt v. Gregory (3) (F D, C) Elliott o. Brown (Cause) Banks v. Banks (Further con. Fletcher v. Holland (M for Ferribee o. Lewis (2) (F D, C) Rhodes r. Rhodes (M for de- sideration) Sh

decree)

Wordsworth o. Darell (Furcree)

Tuer o. Turner (Further con. Ingleman v. Worthington ther consideration) Kinleside 0. Archbishop of sideration)

(Cause)

Montgomery v. St. George Armagh (Cause) Sh Baxter v. Ritchie (Cause) King v. Bell (Further cons.) (Further consideration) Att.-Gen. v. Wilshire (2) (F Thompson v. Oliver (CI) Sh Kenyon v. Dickinson (FD, C) Dew v. Dew (M for decree) D, C, 2 Pens) Sk

Oliver v. Oliver (CI) Sh Viscountess Lake v. Currie Charles o. Clark (Cause) Timewell o. Browne (Cause) Att.-Gen. v. Marshall(FD, C) (M for decree)

Finch v. Finch (Cause) Woodroffe v. Pocock' (M for Frisby o. Stafford (7) (Subse- Pearse Duesberý v. Duesbery Dunsany o. Dunsany (2) (FD, decree) quent F D, C) (Cause)

C). Honywood o. Honywood (Fur- Lewis v. Morison (Further ther consideration) consideration) Sh

Before Vice-Chancellor Sir J. STUART. Stewart o. Orchard (M for de. Edenborough v. Edenborough

CAUSES, &c. cree) Swale 6. Cheadle (M for dec.) Newcastle Railway Co. v. Da-Morley . Morley (3) (M for | Stoddart v. Nelson (CI)

decree, part heard)

Roderick o. Brandon (F D, C) Hemsworth v. Campbell (M vison (M for decree) Goode v. Hollier (Cause) Williams v. Lomas (Further for decree)

Cusse v. Norris (M for decree) | Wilshire v. Norfolk Railway consideration) Cocking o. Kennerley (F D, Sh

Co. (Cause)

Burton v. Hardy (Cause) Morris v. Islip (Cause) Rhodes v. Moxhay (F D, C) Ellis o. Ellis (2) (Further conCocking v. Hitchin (F D, C) Nicholls v. Birdseye (F D, C) | Arbuckle v. Butler Cause) sideration) Lacon o. Lacon (M for decree) Darlington v. Hurse (M for Dowley v. Munday (Cause) Sh Ostell o. Ostell (FD, C). Marriott o. Turner (Further decree) Sh

Shaw v. Fisher (F D, C) Howard v. Tillett (6) (E,FD, consideration)

Davy v. Tremlett (M for de- Barton o. Kingsbury (Further C) Jones . Feaver (CI) cree) Sh.

consideration)

Tingey o. Pigott (2) (Further

Climenson o. Hardy (2) (F D, consideration) Before Vice-Chancellor Sir RICHARD T. KINDERSLEY. C)

Pudge o. Pitt (2) (Cause)

French o. French (Cause) Channer v. Ling (M for dec.) Causes, &c.

Douglas v. Douglas (17) (FD, Goodwin 0. Deakin (Further Elliott t. Westminster Im- | Alcock v. Kempson (3) (F D, C)

consideration) provement Commissioners C)

Emson v. Wilson (Cause) Randleson v. Randleson (Furand Thomas Billings (E) Deacon v. Colquhoun (Further Marshall o. Bentley (Cause) ther consideration) Waugh 7. Hignet (Rehearing) consideration)

Abbotto. Abbott (Further

Hunter o. Nockolds

(Furth. Green o. Norton (F D, C, Ptn) Johnson v. Tucker (Further consideration)

consid., Adlingtono. Chippendale (Fur- consideration)

Streatfield o. Streatfield (Fur

Vincent v. Hunter

Ptn) Sh ther consideration) Wayne v. Lewis (2) (E, F D, ther consideration)

Willson v. Newsham (F D, C) Lord o. Colvin (Cause)

C)

Fisher o. More (3) (Cause) Jones o. Williams (3) (Further Colvin 0. Lord (Cause) Barrett o. White (3) (FD, C) Fisher v. Hewitt (3) (Cause) consideration) Tennant o. Parker (Cause) Jenkyn o. Vaughan (Cause) Gibson o. Bush (CI)

Hawkins o. Perry (Cause) Sh Patch o. Graves (M for dec.) Goodall v. Skerratt (Further Anderson o. Milward (Further Flintoff o. Churchill (Suppl. Stephenson o. Popple (2) (Ca.) consideration)

consideration)

claim) Dresser o. Hoare (M for dec.) Andrews v. Pugh (Cause) Dawbney v Smith (CI) Radcliffe o. Witham (Cause) Jones v. Lodge (4) (F D, C) Paulet v. Jackson (2) (FD, C) Taylor o. Taylor (Cause) Lillie o. Wilson (2) (Further Carter 0. Sanders (Further Clavering v. Ellison (Cause) Gardner o. Jones (M for dec.) consideration) consideration)

Jordan V. Frost (M for decree) Booth v. Coulton M for dec.) Reddish o. Ferns (3) (F D, C) Eckford o. Roome (F D, C) Smith v. Foster (Cause) Plumley v. Plumley (FD, C) Hood v. Parker (Further conFagge o. Sandys (M for dec.) Taylor v. Taylor (M for dec.) Ely o. Goddard (Cause) sideration) Sh Miller 0. Pridden (Further Durning v. Mather (CI) Sumner o. Strachan (Further Ledward o. Ledward (FD, C) consideration

Garner 9. Moore (Subsequent consideration and summons) Cropper v. Shacklady (Further Whittingstall o. Field (Fur- F D, C, Pon)

Essex v. Learmouth (F D, C) consideration) ther consideration)

Newman o. Cook (CI) Scott v. Davis (F D, C) Hoskins r. Turner (M for deChrist's Hospital v. Granger Byam v. Wellum (2) (Cause) Ford v. Bryant (F D, C) cree) (F D, C, Pun)

Deeks v. Stanhope (4) (Cause) Lee o. Green (M for decree) Henderson v. Robson (Cause) Pattenden v. Hobson (2) (Fur- Bunny v. Turner (Cause) Harding v. Harding (F D, C) Berryman o. Saunders (2) (F tber consideration) Beavers v. Beavers (F D, C) Lees v. Clarke (Cause)

D, C) Earl of Haddington o. Crosse Woodhouse v. Slater (CI) Thewles o. Farrer (M for de. Watson . Haynes (M for de(F D, C) Ross v. Raven (Cause)

cree)

cree) Seabrook 0. Halden (F D, C) Fallowsv. Lowe(M for decree) | Colyer o. Fooks (Cause) Bracher v, Reed (F D, C) Sh Wilton v. Colvin (Special case) Hay v. Ker (Cause)

Firth v. Jackson (CI)
Smedley Potter }(Cause

)
Melling v. Leak (CI)

Teague v. Fisher (Cause) Colby v. Jennings (Further o.

Harrison v. Guest (Cause) Hassell o. Booth (Cause) consideration) sh Hope v. Hope (Special case) Hodson v. Buxton (Cause) Smith v. Farr (9) (Further Farren v. Farren (Further conFryer o. Rogers (2) (Further | Milnes 0. Aked (M for decree) consideration)

sideration) consideration)

Willoughby o. Sanders (M for Peacock o. Foster (M for dec.) | Ashworth o. Sowerby (M for Olney o. Bates (Further con. decree)

Gatty o. Croft (4) (F D, C) Sh decree) sideration)

Henderson . Dodds (2) (
MPagh o. Mayor, &c.

Strong o. Strong (Cause) Atherton v. Mather (CI)

for decree)

of Weymouth (Cause) Skipworth o. Rose (M for de. Elkington o. Aplin (2) (F D, Fanshaw v. Walter (3) (F D, Gill v. Pugh

cree). C)

C)
Neely o. Lyall (Further cons.) Hallpike v. Rowden (2) (Ca.)

Before Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood.
Bennett u. Powell (Cause) Lucas o. Lucas (10) (F D, C)

Causes, &c. Leonard v. Shackles (F D, C). Durant v. Durant (2) (Further Bryant o. Tyler (D)

Same o. Same (E to answer) Church o. Marryat (Cause) consideration)

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Rider o. Wood (Special case) Wright v. Vanderplank (Cau.) Milward v. Bakewell (M for | Wainman o. Field (Further Bond 0. England (Sp. case) Nash o. Westminster Improve- decree)

consideration) Lloyd v. Holme (Special case) ment Commissioners (M for Simpsono. Morley (M for Blagrave v. Routh (Cause) Last v. Goldsmith (F D, C) decree)

decree)

Fox v. Platt (Special case) Dipple o. Smart (F D, C) Whish o. Whish (M for dec.) Armitage o. Walker (Cause) Atcherley v. Du Moulin (SpeRhodes o. Beart (F D, C) Tollit o. Tollit (M for dec.) Wallgrave v. Tebbs (M for cial case) Smith v. Tite (F D, C) Attwood v. Cripps (M for de. decree)

Raworth o. Parker (M for deJeffery o. Jeffery (M for dec.) cree)

Furnello. Mackay (M for dec.) cree) Lechmereo. Curtler (Sp. case) | Haldane v. Leeming (Cause) Ellerton v. Darby (M for de- Woodcock o. Couchman (M In re Archbold (Further Riccard 0. Prichard (M for cree) July 4

for decree) Dunn v. Bownass

cons. from
decree)
Field v. Bradley (CI)

Purday o. Purday (CI)
Dunn v. Pears chambers) Lawton v. Anderton (Further Thomas o. Thomas (Cause) Meek o. Hebden (M for dec.)
Perry o. Turpin (Cause) consideration)

Shribley o. Lambert (2) (Cau.) Billson o. Scott (CI) Balls v. Perry (M for dec.) Green v. Harrison (Cause) Bird v. Johnson (Further con. Cobden v. Bourne (Cause) Potter v. Jenkinson (Cause) Powell v. Keyse (M for dec.) sideration)

Stacey v. Phelps (M for dec.) Stothard v. Cooper (Further Olliver o. King (Cause) Haynes v. Forshaw (Further Selby o. Fremlin (Cause) consideration) Rowley v. Unwin (Cause) consideration)

Cole o. Burgess (Further conStothard v. Cooper (Cause) Angier o. May (M for decree) Richardson o. Lightfoot (Cau.) sideration) Barrow v. Barrow (M for dec.) Terrell v. Prichard (M for de: M‘Murray o. Spicer (Cause) Lea v. Church (Further conWilliamson o. Tomkins (Cau.) cree)

Payne v. Evans (Special case) sideration) Penny 0. Avison (M for dec.) Roberts v. Kerslake (F D, C) Arnold v. Arnold (Further Toynbee r. Duckering (Cause) Harris o. Bell (Cause) Chauntler v. Greenwood (Ca.) consideration)

Hopps v. Wood (M for decree) Smith o. Poyser (M for dec.) Hobson v. Brown (Cause) Hopkinson v. Bunny (Cause) In re M'Evoy's) (Further Lake o. Russell (Cause) Cuerton v. Bunnett (Cause) Bass v. Fraser (Cause)

Estate

cons. from Johnes v. Cox (CI)

Hay v. Dowling (Cause) Bracher v. Reed (F D, C) M'Evoy v.Tucker) chambers) Legge v. Edmonds (Cause) Williams o. Salmond (Cause) Moody o. Cooper (Cause) Crawford 0. North-eastern In re Owen (Further Nicholson v. Tutin (M for de. Snow v. Booth (Cause)

Railway Co. (M for decree) Sibley v. Owen cons.) cree)

Barker o. Johnson (M for Sparrow v. Barrell (Cause) Dunning o. Owen SO Wallis o. Woodyard (Cause) decree)

Swan v. Bryan (Cause) King o. King (Further cons.) Wood v. Scarth (Cause) Lyle v. Truscott (Cause) Cattley 0. Arnold (Cause) Tweedale v. Jobnson (F D,) Wickham v. Wickham (Cause) Pickford •. Washington (M Wignell v. Wignell (Cause) C) Buncombe v. Smith (M for for decree)

Polhill o. Morgan (Further Tweedale v. Johnson (Supp. decree)

Prout r. Prout (Further con- consideration) cause) Jones o. Shawe (M for decree) sideration)

Ledward v. Hassells (M for Gibson 0. Jones (M for dec.) Parkinson v. Chambers (Cau.) Bowen v. Jones (M for decree) decree) Ross o. Veal (M for decree) Benn v. Griffith (F D, C) Higgin v. Lane (Further con- Bagshawe v. White (Further Patrick v. Battams (Cause) Malden v. Maine (Cause) sideration)

consideration) Clarke o. Zotti (Further cons.) Campbell v. Scott (F D, C) Wright v. Kitchen (Further Bellamy o. Sabine (4) (Fur. Morley v. Mendham (M for Potts v. Birmingham Canal consideration)

ther consideration) decree)

Navigation Co. (3) (Further Buckley v. Newton (Cause) Wills v. Lane (Cause) Baker v. Baker (Cause)

consideration)

Musgrave v. Flood (Further Plumbers' Co. v. Corbett (M Grover o. Outhwaite (Special Thorne o. Kerr (Cause) consideration) Sh

for decree) case)

Weston o. Sterne (Cause) Cogswell v. Armstrong (M for Roddam 0. Morley (M for Field v. Barnewall (Further | Pellew v. Horsford (Cause) decree)

decree) consideration)

Aubin v. Holt (Cause) Dacre v. Strachan (Cause) Jones v. Renouf (M for dec.) Thompson v. Teulon (2) (Fur Blenkinsop v. Day (Further Lady Wellesley v. Èarl Morn. Thornton v. Stokill (Further ther consideration) consideration) ington (Cause)

consideration).

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