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BILLS OF EXCHANGE, &c.-(continued).

| CAUSE LISTS:
costs on, 389

Hilary Term, 1855.
one writ may be issued against all parties, ib.

Court of Chancery :
subsequent proceedings thereon, ib.

Before the Lord Chancellor, 7
powers of judge under, 390

Lords Justices, ib.
judgment, how obtained, ib.

Master of the Rolls, ib.
form of, il.

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, 8
proceedings under, do not apply where defendant is out

Stuart, ib.
of the jurisdiction, ib.

Wood, 9
summary procedure under; new rule fixing costs of judg. After Hilary Term, 1855.
ment, 447

Court of Chancery :
new rule as to indorsements on writs under, 464

Before the Lord Chancellor, 43
BILLS OF LADING, THE STAT. 18 & 19 VICT. c. 111,

Lords Justices, ib.
TO AMEND THE LAW RELATING TO. Ob

Master of the Rolls, ib.

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, ib.
servations on, 373

Stuart, 44
formerly the property in the goods passed by indorse-

Wood, ib.
ment of, ib.
contract did not, ib.

Easter Term, 1855.
cases on this subject, ib.

Courts of Common Law :
power of master to sign for goods not on board, ib.

Queen's Bench, 135

Common Pleas, ib.
cases as to, ib.

Exchequer, ib.
new act has reference to these decisions, ib.
provisions of, ib.

Court of Chancery :
observations on, ib.

Before the Lord Chancellor, 145
effect of, ib.

Lords Justices, ib.

Master of the Rolls, ib.
BLOCKADE, THE LAW OF. Extract from a paper on,

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley,146
read before the Statistical Society by Dr. Waddilove, 53

Stuart, 147
further extracts from, 77

Wood, ib.
concluding extracts from, 108

Trinity Term, 1855.
BOYLE v. WISEMAN, ILLUSTRATIONS ON THE

Court of Chancery :
LAW OF EVIDENCE AFFORDED BY. Re.

Before the Lord Chancellor, 192
marks upon, 413

Lords Justices, ib.
facts of the case, ib.

Master of the Rolls, ib.
history of, ib.

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, ib.
propositions deducible from it, 414

Stuart, 193
BUNYON, C. J., ESQ., HIS TREATISE ON THE LAW

Wood, ib.
OF LIFE ASSURANCE, &c. Reriew of, 154

Courts of Common Law:

Queen's Bench, 194
BURANELLI, LUIGI, THE CASE OF, MEDICO-LE.

Common Pleas, 195
GALLY CONSIDERED. By F. Winslow, M.D.,

Exchequer, ib.
D.C.L. Review of, 339

After Trinity Term, 1855.
BURNABY, J. D., ESQ., COUNTY COURT JUDGE

Court of Chancery :
FOR LEICESTERSHIRE. Death of, 522

Before the Lord Chancellor, 250

Lords Justices, ib.
CALLS TO THE BAR.

Master of the Rolls, ib.
Hilary Term, 1855 :

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, 251
Lincoln's Inn, 34

Stuart, ib.
Inner Temple, ib.

Wood, ib.
Middle Temple, ib.

Michaelmas Term, 1855.
Gray's Inn, ib.

Courts of Common Law :
Easter Term, 1855 :

Queen's Bench, 420, 447
Lincoln's Inn, 171

Common Pleas, ib.
Inner Temple, ib.

Exchequer, ib.
Middle Temple, ib.

Court of Chancery :
Gray's Inn, 182

Before the Lords Justices, 430
Trinity Term, 1855:

Master of the Rolls, ib.
Lincoln's Inn, 235

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley,431
Inner Temple, ib.

Stuart, ib.
Middle Temple, ib.

Wood, 432
Gray's Inn, ib.

After Michaelmas Term, 1855.
Michaelmas Term, 1855 :

Court of Chancery :
Lincoln's Inn, 464

Before the Lord Chancellor, 466
Inner Temple, ib.

Lords Justices, 467
Middle Temple, ib.

Master of the Rolls, ib.
Gray's Inn, ib.

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, ib.

Stuart, 468
CAMBRIDGE, COURT OF RECORD OF THE BO.

Wood, ib.
ROUGH OF. Order in Council applying the Com Hilary Term, 1856.
mon-law Procedure Act, 1854, to the, 97

Courts of Common Law:
Order in Council making the provisions of the Bills of

Queen's Bench, 523
Exchange Act applicable to, 447

Common Pleas, 524
CAMBRIDGE, UNIVERSITY OF, DEPUTY HIGH

Exchequer, ib.
STEWARDSHIP OF, conferred upon Mr. J. G. S.

CAUSE OF ACTION WITHIN THE MEANING OF
Lefevre, 516

THE COUNTY COURT ACT. Questions which
CARGO WHICH HAS INCREASED IN BULK have arisen as to, 31

DURING THE VOYAGE, PAYMENT OF provisions of sect. 60, ib.

FREIGHT ON. Case of Gibson v. Sturge as to, 116 difference between, and those of sect. 128, ib.
decision in, ib.

decisions on the former section, ib.
review of the opinions of the judges, 116, 117

it means whole cause of action, ib.

CAUSE OF ACTION, &c.-(continued).

CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES, 1855:
analogous cases, 31

Spring, 50
case of Hernaman v. Smith, ib.

Summer, 252
facts of that case, ib.

Winter, 446, 455
decision of the Court upon, ib.

CLERGYMAN, MARRIAGE OF, BY HIMSELF. Case
grounds of, ib.

of Beamish v. Beamish, 455
case of Walton v. Borthwick recognised in, ib.

COMMERCIAL LAW, RECENT CASES ON. Obser.
facts of that case, il.

vations on, 143
decision of the Court in, ib.

case of Tindall v. Taylor, ib.
case of In re Fuller, 32

facts of, ib.
rule laid down in, as to actions by administrator, ib.

arguments in, ib.
grant of administration part of the cause of action, ib.

decision in, ib.
case of Buckley v. Hann, ib.

case of Edward v. Trevellick, ib.
rule in actions by indorser against acceptor, il.

defence set up in, ib.
acceptance is part of the cause of action, ib.

answer thereto, ib.
case of Barnes v. Marshall, ib.

held good by the Court, ib.
facts of, ib.

test adopted by, in deciding in, ib.
decision in, ib.

case of Steel v. Schomberg, 153
CHANCERY QUEEN'S COUNSEL. Arrangement as to question in, under 15 & 16 Vict. c. 44, ib.
the courts in which they intend to practise, 179

provisions of sect. 10, ib.
CHARGE ON STOCK IN THE NAMES OF TRUS.

provisions of sects. 16 and 26; 154
TEES WITHOUT NOTICE TO THEM, JUDG.

facts of the above case, ib.
MENT CREDITOR HAS PRIORITY OVER.

decision in, ib.
Decision as to, in Watts v. Porter, 281

importance of, ib.
soundness of, questioned by the Profession, ib.

COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING THE ACKNOW.
reasons for, appear satisfactory, ib.

LEDGMENTS OF DEEDS TO BE EXECUTED
examination of, ib.

BY MARRIED WOMEN, APPOINTED IN 1855:
language of the 1 & 2 Vict. c. 110, 8. 14, ib.

Anstis, B., 277
decision construes this in its natural sense, ib.

Clarke, R. E., 97
arguments against this view, ib.

Fiske, E. B., 17
remarks upon, ib.

Hearn, T. B., 66
meaning of the term “lawful charge," ib.

Heath, R. C., 464
observations on, ib.

Hellard, C. B., 492
argument founded on, 282 .

Houchen, J., 40
fallacy of, ib.

Hyatt, J. F., 377
illustrations in proof of this, ib.

King, H., 121
Walls v. Porter appears to be supported by the autho.

King, J. W., ib.
rities, ib.

Robinson, G. F., 40
review of, ib.

Thorneley, J., 301
CHARGES OF JUDGES TO GRAND JURIES, PE.

Udall, T., 421
CULIAR VALUE OF. Remarks upon, 23

Woodbridge, C., 345
review of this, ib.

COMMISSIONERS TO ADMINISTER OATHS IN
characteristics of, ib.

CHANCERY, APPOINTED IN 1855:
illustrations of this in a recent charge of Alderson, B., ib.

Gresham, W., 516
his observations on the statute " for the better care and

Houchen, J., 19
reformation of youthful offenders," ib.

Marklew, C., 121
summary of the provisions of, ib.

Prangley, J. P., ib.
suggestions of the learned judge as to, 24

Ratcliff, T. W., 522

Rowe, W., 492
CHARITABLE TRUSTS ACT, BILL BROUGHT IN

Simmons, G. N., 19
BY THE LORD CHANCELLOR TO AMEND

Stockdale, J. S., 481
THE. Abstract of, 157

Stone, T., 345
CHEQUE, CROSSING, EFFECT OF, ON THE RIGHTS

Weeks, T., 228
OF A BONA FIDE TRANSFEREE OF. Remarks

Woodforde, G. D., 301
upon, 497

COMMON-LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1854, EQUI.
case of Carlon v. Ireland, ib.

TABLE DEFENCES IN ACTIONS AT LAW
supposed inconsistency of, with that of Bellamy v. Ma-

UNDER. Review of cases as to, 329
joribanks, ib.

opinion of the Court of Queen's Bench upon, ib.
examination of this question, 498, 499

differs from that of the Common Pleas, ib.
conclusion, 499

difficulty of the question, ib.
CHINA, THE CENSUS IN, 486

obscurity of the statute, ib.
CHINESE PENAL CODE. Effect of age upon the, ib.

analogous cases, ib.
CHITTY'S COLLECTION OF STATUTES, WITH

not allowed in ejectment, ib.
NOTES THEREON, Intended as a circuit and

COMMON-LAW PROCEDURE UNDER THE NEW
court companion. The revised edition, containing all

PROCEDURE ACTS OF 1852 AND 1854, &c.
the statutes of practical utility in the civil and criminal

By Philip Francis, Esq. Review of, 76
administration of justice to the present time. By COMMON-LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1854, WITH
'W. N. Welsby and Edward Beavan, Esqrs. Review

PRACTICAL NOTES, &c. By R. M. Kerr, Esq.
of, 52

Review of, ib.
CINQUE PORTS, PECULIAR JURISDICTION OF,

COMMON-LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1854, WITH
STAT. 18 & 19 VICT. c. 48, ABOLISHING THE.

TREATISES ON INJUNCTION AND RELIEF.
Abstract of the provisions of, 381

By H. T. Holland and T. Chandless, Esqrs. Review
object of, ib.

of, ib.
authority of the Lord Warden in certain civil proceedings | COMMON-LAW PROCEDURE ACTS OF 1852 AND
abolished, ib.

1854, WITH NOTES, &c. By W. F. Findon, Esq.
how such proceedings to be executed, ib.

Review of, 96
provisions of sect. 3, ib.

COMMON-LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1854. Order in
provisions of sect. 5, ib.

Council applying the, to the Court of Record of the
certain rights of the Lord Warden saved, ib.

borough of Cambridge, 97

CONCEALMENT OF BIRTH. Case of Reg. v. Perry as CORRESPONDENCE-(continued).
to, 257

letter of “ C. B." as to a point raised in the case of Rus-
CONSIDERATION FOR BILL OF EXCHANGE OR

sell v. M Culloch, 119
PROMISSORY NOTE, ONUS OF PROVING “A Court-house in Upper Canada," 143
THE WANT OF. Rule of law as to, 437

letter of " W. J. A.” as to special juries in criminal cases,
exceptions to this rule, ib.

144
iilustration of, in the case of Fitch v. Jones, ib.

letter of " G. F." on the same subject, 154
facts of that case, ib.

letter of “ W." as to the Limited Liability Act, 303
ruling of Coleridge, J., at the trial, ib.

letter of " A Barrister" on the case of Watts v. Porter,
upheld by the Court in banc, ib.

323
onus depends on the question whether there be presump second letter on the same subject, 330
tion of consideration, ib.

letter of “ Hugo" as to the phrase “ cestui que trustent,"
law on this subject first established by the case of Bailey

359
v. Bidwell, 438

letter of “ A Solicitor" as to the necessity for a revision
in that case the bill was illegal in its inception, ib.

of the law as to judgments, 367
instances when bill tainted with fraud, ib.

letter of “ Observer” on the ship registry laws, 382
case of Smith v. Braine, ib.

letter of “ Gregorius” on the proposed legal university,
case of Harvey v. Towers, ib.

501
when this is established, holder must prove consideration, CORYTON, J., ESQ., HIS TREATISE ON THE LAW
ib.

OF LETTERS.PATENT FOR INVENTIONS.
review of older cases, ib.

Review of, 117
they cannot be considered law, ib.

COSTS IN BANKRUPTCY. General Order of May 19,
case of Raphael v. The Bank of England, 439

1855, as to, 222
facts of, ib.

schedule, 222-237
decision in, ib.

COUNTY COURT ACT, CAUSE OF ACTION WITHIN
CONSIGNOR OF GOODS, RIGHT OF, TO DEMAND

THE MEANING OF. Questions which have arisen
REDELIVERY OF GOODS, AS AGAINST SHIP.

as to, 31
OWNER, AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN SHIP.

review of cases upon, 31, 32
PED. Recent case as to, 143

review of recent decisions upon, 152
facts of, ib.

case of Taylor v. The Crowland Gas Company, ib.
decision of the Court in, ib.

facts of, ib.
grounds of, ib.

questions which arose in, ib.
observations in, ib.

it decides that a corporation may proceed in a county
CONSOLIDATION OF THE STATUTE LAW. Report

court, ib.
of the commissioners, 359, 368, 374

rule laid down in, as to where a corporation dwells,
extracts from, 374

within the 9 & 10 Vict. c. 95, s. 128, ib.
proposals for a new classification of the statutes, 375

observations on that section, ib.
instructions to draftsmen, 383

arguments urged by defendants in, 153
List of terms to which, when used in future acts, a special how disposed of by the Court, ib.
meaning is attached by statute, 391

case of Stokes v. Grissel, ib.
in all acts, ib.

point decided in, as to the affidavit requisite in such cases,
criminal acts, ib.

ib.
customs acts, 392

blunder in the City Small Debts Act on this subject, 153
friendly societies acts, ib.

anomaly occasioned by, ib.
poor-law acts, ib.

absurdity of, ib.
post-office acts, ib.

COUNTY COURTS COMMISSION. First report of, 179
Scotch acts, 400

county court a court of record, ib.
stamp acts, ib.

supervised by superior courts, ib.
turnpike acts, ib.

districts formed,"ib.
observations on the Expurgatory List of Statutes ordered

jurisdiction of, 180
by the House of Commons to be printed, 29th

original, ib.
January, 1855; 407

legal, ib.
note on the Personal Estates of Intestates Bill, 428

exclusive, ib.
CONSPIRACY. Case of Reg. v. Carlisle as to, 257

concurrent, ib.
CONTRACTOR OR SERVANT, DOCTRINE OF RE jurisdiction by consent, 181

SPONDEAT SUPERIOR IN CASES WHERE equitable jurisdiction, ib.
INJURY HAS RESULTED TO A THIRD PAR. cases of partnership, ib.
TY FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF. Review of distributive sbare, ib.
cases as to, 425

legacy, ib.
principles established by, 425, 426

friendly societies, ib.
distinction between the two cases, ib.

provident societies, ib.
grounds of, 427

charitable trusts, ib.
rule when act is illegal, ib.

succession duties, ib.
CONVEYANCING. Short notes in, 105

insolvency, ib.
deeds of separation, ib.

literary institutions, ib.
when valid, ib.

auxiliary jurisdiction, ib.
covenant to indemnify husband against debts of wife, ib. absconding debtors, ib.
provisions with reference to future separation void, 106

Common-law Procedure Act, ib.
rule laid down in Byrne v. Carew, ib.

equitable jurisdiction, 182
stamp duty on, ib.

qualification of judges, ib.
COPYRIGHT, THE LAW OF. Article from the Athe-

how appointed and removeable, ib.

deputy, ib.
neum upon, 523
CORPORATION MAY BE SUED IN A COUNTY

judge may act in the commission of the peace, ib.

holding courts, 140
COURT, 152

clerk, ib.
CORRESPONDENCE:

high 'bailiff, 204
letter of “ A. J. Wood" as to the repeal of the 27 Hen. 6, treasurer, ib.
c. 5; 16

advocates, 205
photography a criminal detector, ib.

procedure, ib.
letter of * W. H. S.” on codification, 33

venue, ib.

COUNTY COURTS COMMISSION-(continued). COURT PAPERS-(continued).
parties, 205

Equity Sittings, Michaelmas Term, 1855.
practice, 215

Before the Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, 430
appeal and notice, 238

Stuart, ib.
replevin, ib.

Wood, ib.
ejectment, 246

Equity Sittings after Michaelmas Term, 1855.
protection cases, ib.

Before the Lord Chancellor, 465
other cases, ib.

Lords Justices, 466
equitable jurisdiction, ib.

Master of the Rolls, ib.
auxiliary jurisdiction, 247

Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, ib.
absconding debtors, ib.

• Stuart, ib.
Chancery, ib.

Wood, ib.
insolvency, ib.

Common-law Sittings, Hilary Term, 1856.
fees, 260-262

Court of Queen's Bench, 523
costs, 262, 298

Common Pleas, ib.
accounts, ib.

Exchequer, ib.
revenue, ib.

COWLING, MR. JOHN. Death of, 501
recommendations as to jurisdiction, ib.
as to additional securities for the due exercise of the juris. CREDITOR AND SURETY, CONTRACT BETWEEN.
diction, 273

On the suggestion that the former is bound to commu.
as to judges, officers, and advocates, 274

nicate to the latter everything which is likely to in.
as to procedure, 276

fluence him in entering into the engagement, 357
as to fees, 285

dictum of Lord Truro in Owen v. Homan, ib.
proposed table of fees, 288

not acquiesced in by the House of Lords, ib.
as to metropolitan districts, 299

case of The North British Assurance Company v. Lloyd,
London Small Debts Court, ib.

ib.
local courts of record, ib.

facts of the case, ib.
observations by Mr. J. P. Taylor, 300

principle established by, ib.

result of the decisions, 358
COURT PAPERS:
Equity Sittings, Hilary Term, 1855.

CRIMINAL APPEAL, COURT OF. Synopsis of cases
Before the Lord Chancellor, 6

decided in, 257
Lords Justices, ib.

concealment of birth, ib.
Master of the Rolls, 7

case of Reg. v. Perry, ib.
Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, ib.

conspiracy, ib.
Stuart, ib.

case of Reg. v. Carlisle, ib.
Wood, ib.

embezzlement, ib.
Equity Sittings after Hilary Term, 1855.

case of Reg. v. Harris, ib.
Before the Lord Chancellor, 41

case of Reg. v. Gibbs, ib.
Lords Justices, ib.

evidence, ib.
Master of the Rolls, ib.

false pretences, ib.
Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, 42

case of Reg. v. Eagleton, ib.
Stuart, ib.

importance of, ib.
Wood, ib.

case of Reg. v. Archer, 259
Common-law Sittings, Easter Term, 1855.

forgery, ib.
Court of Queen's Bench, 135

stat. 11 Geo. 4 & 1 Will. 4, c. 66, s. 18, ib.
Common Pleas, ib.

case of Reg. v. Keith, ib.
Exchequer, ib.

larceny, ib.
Equity Sittings, Easter Term, 1855.

case of Reg. v. Watts, ib.
Before the Lord Chancellor, 144

case of Reg. v. Featherstone, ib.
Lords Justices, ib.

case of Reg. v. Pratt, ib.
Master of the Rolls, ib.

case of Reg. v. West, ib.
Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, 145

case of Reg. v. Robins, ib.
Stuart, ib.

case of Reg. v. Morgan, ib.
Wood, ib.

lawful apprehension, ib.
Equity Sittings, Trinity Term, 1855.

case of Reg. v. Walker, ib.
Before the Lord Chancellor, 191

lunatic, ib.
Lords Justices, ib.

provisions of the 16 & 17 Vict. c. 96, s. 9, ib.
Master of the Rolls, ib.

case of Reg. v. Rundle, 258
Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, ib.

maliciously cutting trees, ib.
Stuart, ib.

stat. 7 & 8 Geo. 4, c. 29, s. 38, ib.
Wood, ib.

case of Rey. v. Whiteman, 259
Common-law Sittings, Trinity Term, 1855.

practice, ib.
Court of Queen's Bench, 194

case of Reg. v. Larkin, ib.
Common Pleas, ib.

power of amendment under the 14 & 15 Vict. c. 100; 259
Exchequer, ib.

case of Reg. v. Frost as to, ib.
Equity Sittings after Trinity Term, 1855.

reception in evidence of depositions under the 11 & 12
Before the Lord Chancellor, 248

Vict. c. 42, s. 17, ib.
Lords Justices, ib.

cases of Reg. v. Wicker and Reg, v. Beeston as to,"ib.
Master of the Rolls, ib.

evidence of guilty knowledge under indictment for utter.
Vice-Chancellor Kindersley, 249

ing counterfeit money, ib.
Stuart, ib.

case of Reg. y. Foster as to, ib.
Wood, ib.

rape on a married woman, ib.
Common-law Sittings, Michaelmas Term, 1855.

case of Reg, v. Clarke, ib.
Court of Queen's Bench, 419

receiving stolen goods, ib.
Common Pleas, ib.

cases as to, ib.
Exchequer, 420

stealing from the person, ib.
Equity Sittings, Michaelmas Term, 1855.

case of Reg. v. Simpson, ib.
Before the Lord Chancellor, 429, 447

CRIMINAL JUSTICE BILL. Observations on the pro.
Lords Justices, ib.

posed, 87
Master of the Rolls, 430

arguments in support of, ib.

[graphic]

CRIMINAL JUSTICE BILL-(continued).

DEPOSITS IN THE HANDS OF AN AUCTIONEER
objections to, 88

-(continued).
attempted answers to these, ib.

supposed opinion as to practice respecting, 3
remarks upon, ib.

mistake as to its prevalence, ib.
distinction between trials by a judge and by a jury, 95 how such deposits ought to be applied, 4
importance of, ib.

observations on the law as to, ib.
ought not to be overlooked in discussing this measure, ib. | DORLING, J., ESQ.. HIS TREATISE ON THE AD.
distinction between the power to convict in cases where

MINISTRATION OF TRUST FUNDS UNDER
the charge is confessed and those where it is de.

THE TRUSTEE RELIEF ACT. Review of, 500
nied, ib.
ancient statutes which confer the former power, ib.

DOWER ACT, 3 & 4 WILL. 4, c. 105, QUESTIONS
review of these, ib.

RAISED AS TO THE CONDITION OF MAR.
dangers threatened by the proposed bill, 96

RIED WOMEN UNDER. Review of, 337
inconveniences of the present system, ib.

case of a woman married before the 1st January, 1834, ib.
suggestions for modifying them, ib.

case of a woman married before that day, as to her dower
middle course might be adopted, ib.

out of lands purchased afterwards, ib.
justices might be empowered to summon a jury, ib.

effect of instrument executed before that day on dower of
benefit of this plan, ib.

a woman married afterwards, ib.
similar power once existed, ib.

case of Fry v. Noble, ib.
proofs of this, ib.

facts of, ib.
resolutions of the House of Lords in connexion with the decision in, 338
above bill, 156

grounds of, ib.
act of the 18 & 19 Vict. c. 126, for diminishing the delay questions on the 4th and 5th sections, ib.
and expense of administering in certain cases, 367

effect in cases of equitable interests, ib.
main object of, ib.

review of cases on sect. 5, ib.
review of its provisions, 367, 368

rule where the estate is absolutely disposed of, ib.
no appeal given by, 368

rule as to partial estates, ib.
obserrations on sect. 22; 373

case of charges of debts, ib.
CROSSED CHEQUE, TRANSFEREE OF, WHO

dower not subject to debts as assets, 339
TAKES IT WITHOUT FRAUD. Rights of, 497

old law on this point, ib.
case of Carlon v. Ireland, ib.

case of Tombs v. Roch, ib.

remarks upon, ib.
is supposed to be at variance with Bellamy v. Majori-

case of lands in mortgage, ib.
banks, ib.
consideration of this question, 498

rule in, ib.

observations of a correspondent as to the effect of the stat.
cheque necessarily payable to bearer, ib.
object of crossing, ib.

17 & 18 Vict. c. 113, on this question, 358
effect of the custom as shewn in the latter case, ib.

remarks upon, ib.
judgment in, ib.

ECCENTRICITIES OF THE BAR. Recent instance of,
application of, to Carlon v. Ireland, 499

144
crossing does not affect rights of bonâ fide transferee, ib.
the two decisions are in accordance, ib.

ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS, SITTINGS APPOINTED
concluding remarks, ib.

IN MICHAELMAS TERM, 439

EJECTMENT. Equitable defence not pleadable in, under
DAVIS, J., ESQ., HIS MANUAL OF THE PRACTICE the Common-law Procedure Act, 1854; 330

AND EVIDENCE IN ACTIONS AND OTHER ELECTIONS OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT,
PROCEEDINGS IN THE COUNTY COURTS. PRACTICE OF, EXCLUDING THE MILITARY
Review of, 296

FROM TOWNS DURING.. Remarks upon, 177
DECLARATIONS OF A DECEASED TENANT DE. reasonableness of, ib.

ROGATING FROM THE TITLE OF HIS LAND. antiquity of, 178
LORD. How far admissible in evidence against the resolutions of the House of Commons as to, ib.
latter, 293

stat. 8 Geo. 2, c. 20, ib.
case of Papendick v. Bridgwater, ib.

provisions of, ib.
facts of that case, ib.

repealed by 10 Vict. c. 21, ib.
decision in, ib.

provisions of, ib.
overrules Walker v. Broadstock, ib.

EMBEZZLEMENT BY SERVANT. Review of cases as
decision consistent with principle, ib.

to, 257
danger of the opposite rule, ib.

case of Reg. v. Harris, ib.
remarks of the judges on this question, ib.

case of Reg. v. Gibbs, ib.
on the cases of declarations from which it is distinguish- | EMMENS V. ELDERTON. DECISION IN THE
able, ib. .

HOUSE OF LORDS IN THE CASE OF. Re-
review of previous authorities on this question, 294

marks upon, 200
they are to the same effect as the principal case, ib.

question decided in, ib.
concluding remarks, ib.

effect of, as to construing contracts between master and
DEEDS OF ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN A TRADER

servant, ib.
AND HIS CREDITORS UNDER THE BANK cases of Aspdin v. Austin and Down v. Sayles, 201
RUPT-LAW CONSOLIDATION ACT, 1849. questioned but not overruled in the principal case, ib.
Points as to, recently decided, 321

it is difficult to reconcile them with that case, ib.
object of the act, ib.

observations of the judges upon, 202
review of provisions, ib.

case of Rey. v. Welch, 203
review of cases upon, 321, 322

decision in, ib.
DEFENCES, FRIVOLOUS AND VEXATIOUS, TO | EQUITABLE DEFENCES IN ACTIONS AT LAW.

ACTIONS ON BILLS OF EXCHANGE, THE CLAUSES OF THE COMMON-LAW PRO-
ACT 18 & 19 VICT. c. 67, TO FACILITATE THE

CEDURE ACT ALLOWING THEM TO BE
REMEDIES ON, BY THE PREVENTION OF.

PLEADED. Practical result of, 329
General effect of, 389

opinion of the Court of Queen's Bench upon, ib.
summary of the provisions of, ib.

differs from that of the Court of Common Pleas, ib.
outline of procedure thereunder, ib.

difficulty of the question, ib.
DEPOSITS IN THE HANDS OF AN AUCTIONEER, its importance, ib.

RIGHT OF, TO SPECULATE WITH. Remarks obscurity of the language of the statute, ib.
upon, 3

analogous cases, ib.

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