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CT. 187

Moore, T., 239
W Patchett, R., 258

Redward, J., 398
More, W. S., 313
Paterson, H., 397

Reed, J., 360
Morecraft, A., 98

- J., 484

- T., 360 Morgan, J., 264 Pattenden, N., 481

Rees, R., 5 - J., 274 Paton, E. 109

Reeves, C., 18. - M., 26 Pauling, W., 529

Reeves, W.A., 501 - W. P., 149 Pavant, J., 1501

Reid, J., 114
Morris, G., 107

Pavis, J., 306 ,.? I Rewcastle, J., 101
J., 217

Paynter, F., 57 1,1 Reynolds, E., 472
- J., 399
Peachey. J.. 109

Rich, Sir G., 157 - N. D., 200 - J., 33 !

Richards, J., 399
- T., 282
Peacock, A., 1551

Richardson, C., 187
Morrison, J., 466
Peake, J., 4911

Richardson, G. L., 167
Morton, G., 228
Pearce, C. T., 428

-- W. H., 312 Mose, A., 109

Pearson, T., 109311 Richbell, T.. 438 Moses, J. M., 126

W., 527 , 7 Ridge, W., 217 . 1. Moss, B., 85

- W. S., 33

Ridsdale, H., & Chauncey,
Moulton, J., 27, 467
Peckmore, J., 135

H. C. S., 107 1
Mullen, S., 456
Peet, H., 98

Rimell, V., 109
Mumford, E., 255
Penn, C., 325

Ripley, A., & Thorp, C., 167
Munn, E., 230
Perkins, W., 288 ,

Rippon, c., 117
Munson, M. L., 230
Perks, E., 26

Robberds, J. W., 126 T
Murray, R., 135
Perrers, L., 123

Robbins, O., 450 11.157
Mycock, J., 110.

Perrett, J., & Garton, C., 200 Roberton, C., 450D
Perriam, J., 85

Roberts, G., & Roberts, R.,
Perry, J., the younger, 189
- W., 304,

Roberts, H., 78
Pettit, G. B., 274

J., 306
Nairne, E., 313
Philipson, J., 242.T.

J., 167
Nash, J., 54
Phillipps, J., 200, 207

- P., 418
Neuens, E., 448
Phillips, w., 175 ,

R., 114
Newbold, G., 123
Philpotts, J., 51 L

S., 155
J., 26
Pickering, E., 2192

Robins, G. J., 474
Newton, H., 85
Pierce, J., 24

Robinson, J., 63
- J., 484
Pilgrim, J., 85

- J., 491
W., 242
Pitfield, w., 126

- S., 399 Nicholls, J. R., 49

Plant, G., 419 ]
Nichols, J., 258
Pocock, T. G., 33

Robson, J., 242
Nicholson, J., 231

Ponting, W., 266 ]. - Roden, W., 57
— W., 200
Potter, T., 24

Roe, M., 99
Nixon, C., 297

Potts, C., Potts, A., & Potts, Rogers, H., 200 Noak, J., 289

J., 78

- W., 348
Noble, R., 484
Powell, M., 282

Rollison, J. S., 189
Noden, s., 23
Price, G., 8 !

Ross, T., 456
Nokes, T., the elder, 101: - J. R., 18

Row, G., 137
Norman, M., the younger, 123 Prior, J. W., 450

Rowan, T., 502
North, G., 88
Prince, A., 126

Rowett, W., 419
S., 187
Pritchard, C., 177

Rowland, C., 350
Nott, R., 200

M. L., & Dale, | Rowles, I., 474 Nunn, T., 114

R. N., 207, 274

Rudge, L., 46
Nye, G., 239.
Procter, T., 264

Rushbrook, J. C., 338
Pulbrook, L., 458

Rushforth, T., 36
Pugh, C. E., 474

Russell, G., 241
Puleston, W., 502

H., 295
Pulham, J., 258

– J. B., 398
Oakes, T., 266
Pullen, W., 155

Rust, E., 481
W., 200
Pullin, J., 33 11

W. E., 474
Occleshead, T., & Cummins, Pym, J., 317.

Rutter, E., 85 C., 99

Ryder, E., 450 O'Neill, F., 50

- E, H., 456 Orchard, W., 228

Ryley, J., 484.
Osborn, T., 419
Osborne, A., 157

Quigley, J., 217.
Oswin, C., 107
Owen, J., 147
Owen, R., 50

Sage, W. J., 450
Oxley, J., 5.

Saker, G. W., 418
Raby, R., 295

Sanderson, C., 465
Rackham, G., 109

Saner, J., 314
Radford, T., 134

Saull, J., 198
Raisbeck, E., 207

Saunders, J., 465
Paine, A., & Davies, G. F., Rait, G., 101

S. W., 418 312 Ramsden, B., 187

Savage, G., 217 Palmer, F., 441

W., 110

Sawtell, T., 466
— w., 101
Ramskill, J. S., 304

Saxton, R. E., 256
Pardington, W., 250
Randall, W., 502

Scott, J., 75
Parfitt, w., 296
Rann, J., 289

- - J. B., 55
Parfrement, T., 288
Raphael, J., 509

- W., 66
Parr, J., 426
Raynes, M. N., 472

Scriven, R., 198
Parrott, W., 16
Read, A., 33

Search, H., 474
Pass, E., 54
Redington, J., 114

Seal, S., 149

Sedgley, W., 256
Sedgwick, G., 438
Self, E. G., 50
Sergeant, W., 177
Serjeant, J., otherwise Ser-

jeant; J. N., 16
Shackell, c., 170
Shackel, w., 217
Sharman, J., 239
Sharp, G., & Fluder, R.

170
Shaw, J., 312
- -T., 361
- -W.2
Shelford, J., 502
Shephard, M. J., 170.

- S., 493
Sheward, W., 493
Shiell, A., 325
Shoolbred, M. B., 399
Shouler, J. B., 177.
Sida, J., 280 ,
Siely, B. C., 219,
Sill, S., 200
Silvester. J., 241
Sim, J., Sim, J., & Sim, D.,

114
Simmonds, P. L., 26
Simmons, W., 98
Skill, F., 75
Skinner, J., 312 ,

- R., 484

--W., 101
Slater, D., 417
- - J., 1877
- - T., 46
Sloper, T., 228
Smallwood, E., 398
Smart, w. R., 378
Smiles, R. W., 54 i
Smith, C., 149

C.S., 378
- - D., & Smith, F. D.

146
G., 109
G., 399
H., 3197
J., 126
J., 378 !
J., 419
J. B., 155
J., 295 1 ---
J., 295
J., & Darbyshire, W.,

258
J., 288
J., & Smith, R., 458

R., 107, 126
-- R., 474
Smithies, R., 117
Sneezum, C., 63
Soden, W., 228
Solomon, H., Smith, J., &

Galer, J. D., 419

- W., 57
Sorby, John, 297
Sowden, J., 200
Sparrow, J., 377
Spence, C. J., 24
Spencer, J. B., 313

- - J., 494
Spikins, J., 8
Springbett, W., & Springbett,

T., 54
Spurway, H. H., 75
Squire, G. 264
Staddon, J., 66
Stafford, Z., 527
Stainton, J., 150
Stanley, T., 36
States, C., 282

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Steane, W., 484
Tidy, T., 417
Wardle, J., 294 .

Williams, J., 502
Steele, J., 155
Tily, J., 88
Warren, c. H., 167

- J., 527
Stenlake, B. C., 167
Tindle, T., 175
Warwick, W. A., 98

J., & Rust, W. E.,
Stevenson, J., 282
Tipson, T., 85
Waterhouse, G. P., 338

474 Stock, J., 458 Tomlinson, W., 147

- W., 217

R., 137 - J., & Stock, W., 458

W., 295
Waterman, W., 26

R., 200
Stocker, R., 88
Townley, W., 360
Watkin, H., 217

- S., 26
Stokes, J., 209
Towns, W., 26
Watkins, P., 418

- T., 8
Stone, S., 200
Towse, W., 217
Watson, H. T., 501

- W. B., 272
Storey, W., 491
Treffry, T., 450

-W., 231

Wills, H. P., 57
Stott, J., 282
Truby, T., 241
Watts, A. A., 317

Wilson, C., 155
Strong, R., 501
True, F., 155
- H., 23

C. E., & Wilson, H.,
Stroud, h. V., 24
Truelove, w., 126
Way, E., &Bennett, J.M.,377

350
Strutt, J., 123
Truswell, R., 397
- G. H., 304

G., 484
Stubbing, J., 49 .'
Tuck, H. E., 529
- J., 167 . ? .

H., 350
Stulpner, J. H., & Lomer, D. Tuhey, J., 350

Webb, G., 361

J., 107
C. H., 85
Turnbull, J., 187
--- J. 325 pl - - -

S., 448
Sturley, C. W., 250
Turner, J., 306

- T., & Corbett, H., 200 Sturt, G., 256, 306 - R., 33 Webber, P. H.,Webber, B.J.,

W., 248
Suter, W. H., 228
Turnill, J., & Waterhouse, W., & Webber, H., 26

Winder, J., & Fisher, R., 147 Sutton, W. R.. 228

217
Webster, F., 456

J. A., 324
Swan, H., 167
Turnpenny, W., 336

- R., &Webster, R. 66 Winter, G. T., 282
Sweett, R. C., 426
Tyer, w., 348
Weekes, W., 491

- T., 256
Swift, A. J., 46
Tyrer, H. J., 117.

Weeks, J., 219 9 ,- ' ' Wintle, J., 26
Swindell, J., 54.

Weguelin, J. C. R., 338 Wise, s., 109
Wells, J., 325

Wisking, T., 281
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Welton, W., 117

Withers, J. P., 32
Wesson, J., 1071 ... ;

T., 98
Ulph, H. H., 63

- -- T., 101

Wood, J., 149
Tabb, J., 288
Underwood, J., 231

West, E., & West, A. H., 474
Tappenden, H., 281
Upton, J., 209.
Westley, A., 66

-- W., 274 Tapson, E., 217

Weston, J. J., 88

Woodgate, E., 209 Taverner, J., 158

Wetherilt, C., 483

Woodhams, J., 75 Taylerson, R., 272

V.

Whalley, E., 509 ! Woodhouse, J., 126 Taylor, J., 149

Wheeler, T., 467

Woodruffe, E., 274
- J., 170
Vaughan, J., 167
Wheelhouse, G., 220

Woods, W., 398
- R., 266
Venning, R., 510
Whiles, T., 220

--- W., & Thomas, S.,458 - R., 336 Verney, R., 317

White, A., 1981 ).. Woolfrey, A., 481 - T. P., 109 Vernon, A., 50

--- J. H., 85?; med oss Woolhouse, H., 26 Tebbit, T., 109 Verly, J. D., 50

--- T., 26 1, Woollatt, S. S., 49
Temperley, G. C., 54
Vertue, T., 448

Whitehead, P., 8)..) petin? / Woolley, P., 78
Terry, I., 177
Viner, A., 348

Whitfield, H., 36 B rod Womersley, J., & Womersley, Thomas, M. F., 466

- - G., & Viner, H., 272 Whittaker, M., 110 01 W., 23 - -R., 493 Vines, S., 241.

Whittle, L. L., 157.3770777 Wooster, H. F., 418 -- S., 458

Wiggins, J., 146 L ame Wrede, H., 317 -- W., 110

Wigglesworth, N., 4567 Wright, B., 146 Thompkins, F., 8

Wilbraham, J., 418 , gastrito

J., 49 Thompson, B., 158

Wilcox, H., 101 B UST" I

J., 228 -- H. A., 258 Wade, T. B., 134

Wild, J., 147 In mom

J. R., 220, 231
- J., 397
Waite, J., 107
Wilkinson, J., 248

T., 146.
- T., 33
Walker, H., 189

- -W., 241 759 for T
--T., 46

- P., 419

Willcox, E., &Willcox,J., 265
Thomson J., 49-

--W. G., 88
Williams, A., 117 , 11:04

Y.
Thorney, G., 209
Walley, T., & Hardwick, P. - A., 466

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Thornley, W., 16
W., 377

E., & Williams, J. / Yates, E., 175
Thorp, C., 167
Ward, J., 493

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Yell, J. W., 32 Tibbett, M. T., 146 ---W., & Ward, J., 85

H., 114

Yeomans, J., 379 Tidmarsh, J., 398 | Warden, S., 274

J., 117

Yorke, C., 378.

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No. 627—Vol. XIII. JAN. 13, 1849. Price 1s., with Supplement, 2s. *** The following are the Names of the Gentlemen who favour THE JURIST with Reports of Cases argued and decided in the several Courts of Law and Equity:-

CG.J.P.Smith, Esq. of the Inner SA. GORDON, Esq. of the Inner ! House of Lords ..... 1 Temple, Barrister at Law.

[ Court of Queen's Bench

Doroh Temple ; and

w. B. BRETT, Esq. of Lincoln's Prire Conncil...

Tenison EDWARDS, Esq. of the
W......1 Inner Temple, Barrister at Law.

l Inn, Barristers at Law.

SH. Pelly HINDE, Esq. of the The Lord Chancellor's S A. GORDON, Esq. of the Inner Queen's Bench Bail Courty Inner Temple, Barrister at Law. Court .............. | Temple, Barrister at Law.

Court of Common Pleas, W. Paterson, Esq. of Gray's Master of the Rolls Court SG. Y. Robson, Esq. of the Inner

including

l Inn; and "2 Temple, Barrister at Law. Appeals under Registra- J. R. BULWER, Esq. of the Inner

tion of Voters Act.... J Temple, Barristers at Law. TENISON EDWARDS, Esq. of the Vice-Chancellor of Eng.) Inner Temple, and

Court of Exchequer ....

SW.M. Best, Esq. of Gray's Inn, Court of machequer.

Barrister at Law. land's Court ........ CHARLES MARETT, Esq. of the (Inner Temple, Barristers at Law.

Ecclesiastical and Admi. SJ. P. DEAXE, D.C.L. of Doctors

ralty Courts ........1 Commons. Vice-Chancellor Knights W.W.COOPER, Esq. of the Inner

W.W. COOPER, Esq. of the Inner Bruce's Court........l Temple, Barrister at Law.

rupuyon | Temple, Barrister at Law. Vice-Chancellor Wigram's SF. FISHER, Esq. of Lincoln's

Crown Cases Reserved..

S Robert R. PEARCE, Esq. of Court ..............l Inn, Barrister at Law.

served. | Gray's Inn, Barrister at Law.

Cas

LONDON, JANUARY 13, 1849.

the rule originally took its rise from this, that as in

equity you have a right to ransack the defendant's · There are some rules of practice, both at law and in conscience, so as a set-off you shall believe what the equity, 80 contrary to modern reason, that no one can defendant says until the cause is at issue, and that, as conceive how they ever came to be rules, and that the a consequence, all counter-evidence would be useless, Courts are continually compelled to make fine distinc- because it could not be believed; or whether the rule tions in order to elude the rule as far as possible. Of took its rise from some imagined difference between this character is the rule of Courts of Equity, that, on the solemnity of swearing an answer and that of swearan interlocutory proceeding, such as a motion for a ing an affidavit, it is now difficult, nay impossible, to receiver, or an injunction, or to compel the defendant ascertain. Why the rule should still be retained, when to pay money into court, the title must be wholly it is execrated by judges, and serves at this day no taken from the answer; and that not only can no affi- purpose but to entangle and complicate interlocutory davits be read against the answer, but that they cannot applications, it is as difficult to understand. A defendeven be read to substantiate facts ignored by the an- ant's answer is evidence, nothing more. It is the deswer, if directly or indirectly they affect the title. liberate assertion on oath of a person entitled to credit,

We have more than once heard judges, in admini- unless he be discredited. So is an affidavit. Affidavits stering this rule, apparently simple, but complicated in are admitted as to matters of fact; why should they its application, wonder how it ever came to be the rule; not be as to matters of title? Suppose a cestui que and Lord Eldon, who, great judge as he was, delighted in trust files a bill for the appointment of new trustees, a legal absurdity, if it was but refined enough, and incon- and for a receiver, and the trustee admits the plainsistent enough with substantial justice, put the absur-| tiff's title, but denies the misconduct: an affidavit may dity of the rule in its most glaring light when he be read against the answer as to the misconduct; but refused to revive an injunction which had been dis- if the trustee denies the identity of the plaintiff, or solved upon the answer, though the grand jury had the execution of the instrument under which he claims, found a true bill on an indictment for perjury on that then an affidavit cannot be read against the answer. very answer. For, said his Lordship, “the grand jury What possible rational ground can be assigned for this may have believed, and in most cases must have be- distinction ? If it be said, that, by receiving and believed, those very persons upon their oaths for that lieving affidavits on the question of title, the Court purpose, whose depositions this Court would not per- might be, in fact, wrongfully ejecting the defendant, mit to be read for the purpose of discrediting the an- the answer is, so it might by hearing affidavits as to swer." (Clapham y. White, 8 Ves. 35).

acts of misconduct. If a man is wrongfully turned out So that the rule of practice is, that the defendant's of possession, it cannot matter to him whether it is answer is of such conclusive credibility, that nothing because the Court wrongfully believes he never had can be allowed to be heard but it, even though you title to be in, or because it wrongfully believes have the strongest evidence that it is false. Whether that he has so behaved that he must be turned

Vol. XIII.

Ap)

Weighman o. Powell SO | Morehouse v. Newton (E,FD) Court Papers.

Kent v. Underhill 2

Savery o. Savery
Capper v. SameS

Same v. Same

Harward v. Gainer

Attorney-Gen. v. Harvey (F EQUITY CAUSE LISTS, HILARY TERM,

D, C)

Lee v. Delane 12 VICT. 1849.

Stephens v. Richards

Rees v. Chilton *** The following abbreviations have been adopted to Stanley v. Bulkeley

Harris v. Hamlyn abridge the space the Cause Papers would otherwise have occu. | Wilkinson v. Candlish

Trelawny v. Mostyn pied:- A. Abated-Adj. Adjourned-A. T. After Term-Ap. Milne v. Baldwin La Mortimer v. Hartley (F D, C) Appeal-C. D. Canse Day-C. Costs—D. Demurrer-E. ExSame v. Green jo

Robertson v. Makebam ceptions--F. D. Further Directions-M. Motion-P. C. Pro Stronger v. Hawkes ?

Vicq v. Le Bailly (F D, C) Confesso-Pl. Plea--Pin. Petition-R. Re-hearing-S. 0. Hawkes v. Hawkes

Cowell v. Watts Stand Over-Sh. Short.

Paterson v. Mills so

Twyford v. Massey

Alexander v. Bushby (F D, Penrice v. Penrice (F D, C) Court of Chancery.

Pon, part heard)

Wynne v. Price
Before the LORD CHANCELLOR.

Dawson v. Robinson

Steele v. Parsons (F D, C)
Cowan o. Hymers

Galloway v. Ridley
APPEALS.
| The Mayor, &c. Rochester v.

Aglionby v. James (FD) Clark v. Cook (E)
Hodgkinson v. Hodg-7

Lee (Ap, M) To fix a day

SOG

Humpfrey v. Gery (F D, C) kinson Fyson d. Pole (Ap)

Dixon v. Linn (3 causes, FD) | Griffith v. Parr Sh
Same v. Jackson
Davis v. Kingsford (Ap)
Cutts v. Riddell so

Middleton v. Youden
Allfrey v. Allfrey (Ap) Lord Brooke v. Earl of War.

Hughes d. Scarborough Dunn Gardner v. Dunn Gard. Stewart v. Forbes (Ap, Ptn) wick (Ap)

Gardom v. Williams

ner (4 causes, F D, C) Davis v. Chanter (9 causes, Battershall v. Bishop of

Ackers v. Williams

Nisbitt v. Fisher
Winchester

Foligno v. Goldner
(Ap)

Watts o. Cowell Cochrane v. Cochrane (Ap) Follett v. Same

Barraclough v. Hull

Howard v. Howard Lord v. Colvin TSO Battershall v. Same

Nunn v. Truscott

Brander v. Bull Attorney-Gen. v. Wilson (Ap) | Penny v. Watts (Ap)

Sharp v. Giblett

Hulbert o. Hulbert

Fowell v. Dodson (2 causes) Billing v. Webb (F D, C) Before the VICE-CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND.

Howard v. Carr

Howkins v. Jackson PLEAS, DEMURRERS, Causes, EXCEPTIONS, AND FURTHER Browne v. Milne (F D, C) Andrew v. Andrew (E, 2 sets) DIRECTIONS.

Brown v. Mundy

| Daniel v. Daniel (E) Dobsorr v. Lyall (F D, part Miller v. Priddon heard) Attorney-Gen. v. Finch (2

Before Vice-Chancellor WIGRAM. Robinson v. Sollory causes)

Causes, FURTHER DIRECTIONS, AND Exceptions. Ashburner v. Wilson (FD, C) Surtees ý. Hopkinson (F D,

Chandler v. Corke Last day of Chant v. Brown (E) [ ]

C)
Dunston v. Dunston (3 causes, James v. Jones

Trinity Term

Same v. Same (E)
FD SO
Alt v. Gregory SOG

Nesfield v. White Trin. Term White v. Godmond (F D, C) Boycott v. Morse (2 calises)

Evans v. Protheroe (FDC)
Dudley v. Burrage

Morgan v. Bosvile
Jan. 25
Field v. Jennings
Butler v. M.Kenzie

(Di)

Same v. Same Digby v. Boycott (3 causes)! Watts v. Symes (2 causes)

Same v. Same

Fyler v. Morrison
Jan. 25
Marks v. Solomons (F D, C)

Green v. Green
Marshall v. Carter SO Baxter v. Abbott (3 causes,

Martinez v. Winstanley Jackson v. Milfield (F D, C) Edge v. Duke (2 causes) SOL FD, C)

Bull v. Bengough Jan. 20 Lander v. Ingersoll (F D, C) Bodington v. The Gt. Western Banner v. Strachan (F D)

Inge v. Kenney (7 causes, F D, Senior v. Dickenson | Railway Co.

Same v. Same (Cause)
1 part heard)

Same v. Hope ]
Gregory v. Wilson So Baker v. Salmon Jan. 11

Nash v. Ridge Jan. 15 Chambers v. Artis (PDC) Willis v. Jones (F D, C) Shelton v. Watson (F D, C)

Holland v. Lushington (FD, Same v. Same in
Myers v. Perigal (FD, C) SO Rowland v. Witherden
Coleman v. Mellersh

| Earl of Balcarras v. Hudson
Robinson o. Williams
Ligoure v. Marryatt (F D, C)

Rolls Court.
Thornton v. Knight

Wiseman v. Barratt (F D, C)
Dykes v. Taylor (E)
Worthington v. Morgan

JUDGMENTS RESERVED. | Hooper v. Salman 1 (Part Drever v. Maudsley(7 causes, i Coleman v. Fielder

Smith v. Earl of Effingham Tugwell v. Hoopers heard) FD Rowe v. Leyland

(As to costs)

M Michael v. Kipling (E, Ptn) Simkins v. Webb Palmer v. Goren Norfolk Railway Co.v. Wode.

Hemming v. Archer (Re-h., Smith v. Pincombe (2 causes) Dixon v. Wilkinson

house (Cause)

Hemming v. Archer [ part Glover (otherwise Gordon) v. Morisson v. Moxon

PLEAS AND DEMURRERS.

Hemming v. Archer heard | Hall Aked v. Aked (F D, C)

Hemming v. Archer | Easter Chipchase v. Simpson Briggs v. Deveroux Dean of Elyv. Gayford (6 Pls) |

Raworth 7. Archer Term) Elkington v. Aplen (2 causes) Same v. Brenton

SO

Gas Light and Coke
Holloway o. Collier
Same v. Stansfeld
Lewis v. Baldwin (On deft.'s

Co. v. Symonds
Chambre v. Flight
Barker v. Wylde (3 causes, F

objection forwant of parties) Symonds v. Gas Light (F D, Walter v. Corpe

So until hearing
D, C)

and Coke Co.
Duff v. Chester
Daintree v. Day
Mitchell v. Kæcher (D)

Stillman v. Gas Light
Worsley v. Woodford
Preece v. France

CAUSES.

and Coke Co. Boothby v. Boothby

Woodhams v. Woodhams (3 Churchman v. Capon (F D, Christy v. Courtenay After T. Onslow v. Wallis

causes, F D, C)

Churchman v. Capons ., pt. Baynton v. Hooper S O to Comlinson v. TroughElsam v. Hall (F'D, C)

heard Easter Term) Baynton v. Hooper / amend 1 ton Hutton v. Hayley

Stourton v. Jerningham To Wilson v. Eden (FD, CSO Haydockv.Tomlinson C) Whitchurch v. Whit

present petition

Bennett v. Cooper (F D, C) fones v. Francis (F D, C) church

Hooper v. Denoon

Biggs v. Naylor After Term
oorley v. Smith
Same v. Parrott
Williamson v. Gordon

Fox o. Roberts
Hemming v. Archer (F D, Fox v. Roberts

S} After Term
Before Vice-Chancellor Knight BRUCE.

Hemming v. Archer C, Att.-Gen. o. Brook (Re-hear.)

Hemming v. Archer pt.hd.) | Easter Term Causes, FURTHER Directions, AND EXCEPTIONS.

Hemming v. Archer | S O till Smith v. Oliver Iregson v. East Anglian Rail. | Yetts v. Norfolk Railway Co. Raworth v. Archer j Pin. of Smith v. Oliver way Co. (D) (2 Ds)

Re-hearing disposed of | Johnson v. Thomas

Same v. Judge }(F D, C)

C)

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