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road, Middlesex, out of business : in the Debtors Prison for RICHARD MORRIS, Gloucester, coach builder and livery.
Wm. Hodges, Kingsgate.st., Holborn, Middlesex, cloth. Philip Page, Prong's-place, Fulham-rd., Middlesex, baker :
worker, Jan. 26 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.- Stephen
ex.-Wm. Henry Smith, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, linenHorncastle Geldard, Earl-street, Market-street, Borough-rd.,
draper, Jan. 19 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex. Southwark, Surrey, shopkeeper: in the Gaol of Surrey.-1
John Morris, Crown st., Finsbury, and Old-st., St. Luke's,
Middleşex, leather seller, Jan. 20 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, George Nicholson the younger, York: in the Gaol of York.
London, last ex.-Henry Mayhew, Shrubbery, Parson's. The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before
brought up before green, Fulham, Middlesex, printer, Jan. 15 at 12, Court of the Court, in Portugal-st., on Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 9. Bankruptcy, London, last ex.-Rich. Glover, Mitcham and
Daniel Clark, Brett's-buildings, Camberwell, Surrey, house Morden, Surrey, miller, Jan. 15 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, decorator. — Edward Morgan, Homer-street, Marylebone, London, last ex. - William Henry Osborn the younger, St. Middlesex, agent.-Joseph Mould, Goswell-street, Middlesex, James's-st., Piccadilly, Middlesex, silversmith, Jan. 14 at 11, and Copthall-chambers, Throgmorton-st., London, accountant. Court of Bankruptcy, London, last ex.-Rich. Nichols the
younger, Birmingham, bookseller, Jan. 30 at half-past 10, FRIDAY, JAN. 8.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham, last ex.-Geo.
Lewis, Wrexham, Denbighshire, apothecary, Jan. 20 at 12, BANKRUPTS.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Liverpool, last ex. - John JOHN FITNESS, Addington, Kent, bricklayer, grocer, and Jenkins, Blacksland-lane, Little Chelsea, Middlesex, dealer in
general shopkeeper, Jan. 15 at 1, and Feb. 12 at 12, Court milk, Feb. 11 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, and, ac. of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Beleher; Sols. Bower --Chas. Goodwin, Great Guildford-st., Southwark, Surrey, & Son, Chancery-lane.-Fiat dated Dec. 23.
plaster and cement merchant, Feb. 3 at 1, Court of BankWILLIAM RICHARD BARNARD, Midhurst, Sussex, ruptcy, London, aud. ac.-Mary Norgate, Tavistock-villas,
upholsterer, Jan. 15 at 2, and Feb. 19 at 11, Court of Bank- Tavistock-square, St. Pancras, Middlesex, schoolmistress, ruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Cannan; Sol. Galsworthy, Ely- Feb. 11 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, aud. place, Holborn.- Fiat dated Dec. 31.
ac.--Thos. Crane, Kegworth, Leicestershire, common brewer, FRANCIS HENRY BOURQUIN, Northampton-square, Jan. 29 at half-past 10, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bir
Clerkenwell, Middlesex, watch manufacturer and importer, mingham, aud." ac.-Jas. Barrow Rodway, Birmingham, Jan. 29 and Feb. 19 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London : commission agent, Feb. 9 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Off. Ass. Cannan; Sol. Spyer, Broad-street-buildings. — Birmingham, aud. ac.--Ed. Williams, Northop, Flintshire, Fiat dated Jan. 4.
draper, Jan. 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, LiverJAMES BOHN, St. James-st., Middlesex, bookseller, dealer
pool, aud. ac.-Jos. Phillips, Wm. Hague, and Sam. Hague, and chapman, Jan. 22 at half-past 12, and Feb. 19 at 11, Manchester, cotton spinners, Feb. 1 at 11, District Court of Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Groom; Sols. Bankruptcy, Manchester, aud. ac. ; Feb. 2 at 11, div. joint Dickson & Overbury, Frederick’s-place, Old Jewry.-- Fiat and sep. est. - Richard Allinson, Whitehaven, Cumberland, dated Jan. 4.
ironmonger, Jan. 29 at 1, District Court of Bankruptcy, WILLIAM JOHNSON, High-st., Hampstead, Middlesex, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, aud. ac.-Thos. Wilson, Sheffield,
builder, carpenter, and undertaker, dealer and chapman, Yorkshire, grocer, Jan. 29 at 11, District Court of Bankrupt. Jan. 13 at half-past 1, and Feb. 18 at half-past 12, Court cy, Sheffield, aud. ac. ; Feb. 5 at 11, div.-Anselm Colton of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Bell; Sols. Lawrance Fowler, Louth, Lincolnshire, draper, Jan. 29 at 1, Court of
& Plews, Old Jewry,chambers.--Fiat dated Jan. 4. Bankruptcy, London, fin. div.-David Pattie, St. Alban's. HENRY FISHER, Great Tower-st., London, broker, dealer place, Edgeware-road, Middlesex, stationer, Jan. 29 at half
and chapman, Jan. 21 at half past 1, and Feb. 18 at half | past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-Hen. Woolcot, past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London: Off. Ass. Gra- Museum-st., Bloomsbury, Middlesex, fringe manufacturer, ham ; Sol. Taylor, Fenchurch-st., London.-Fiat dated Jan. 30 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div. Jan. 4.
-Wm. Pannell, High-st., Poplar, Middlesex, grocer, Jan. 30 EDMUND MASTERS IVENS, Long Itchington, War- at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-James Harriss,
wickshire, salesman, Jan. 19 and Feb. 23 at half-past 12, Leadenhall-market, London, butcher, Jan. 30 at half-past 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.--Ed. Green, Clifford
Whitmore; Sol. Ratislaw, Rugby.—Fiat dated Dec. 28. st., Bond-st., Middlesex, tailor, Jan. 30 at I, Court of BankJOHN CORBETT, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, wool dealer, ruptcy, London, div.-Jackson Barwise, Pall-mall, Middle
dealer and chapman, Jan. 22 and Feb. 12 at 11, District sex, house decorator, Jan. 30 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Freeman ; Sols. London, div.-Geo. Jackson the younger, Hertford, uphol. Bowley, Nottingham ; Johnson & Co., Temple, London.- sterer, Jan. 30 at half-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London, Fiat dated Dec. 23.
div.-Wm. Burton, King-st., Soho, Middlesex, upholsterer, ANDREW DAWN, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, draper, Jan. 30 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.-J. Elliott,
hatter, dealer and chapman, Jan. 22 and Feb. 12 at 11, Chichester, Sussex, builder, Jan. 30 at 1, Court of BankruptDistrict Court of Bankruptcy, Sheffield : Off. Ass. Free- cy, London, div.-John Marshall, Birchin-lane, London, man; Sols. Bowley, Nottingham; Johnson & Co., Temple, merchant, Feb. 1 at 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London, div.London.-Fiat dated Jan. 4.
John Payne, Bristol, millwright and engineer, Feb. 2 at WILLIAM BOTTOMLEY, Honley, Almondbury, York-'11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Bristol, div.- Richard
shire, millwright, Jan. 22 and Feb. 9 at 11, District Court Walker Openshaw, Prestwich, Oldham, Lancashire, common of Bankruptcy, Leeds: Off. Ass. Hope; Sols. Floyd, brewer, Jan. 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, ManHuddersfield ; Sudlow & Co., Chancery-lane, London. chester, div.-Wm. Edwin Oldham, Manchester, commission Fiat dated Dec. 28.
agent, Jan. 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manches
ter, div.-Jane Wright, Manchester, widow, licensed victual. | don.- Joseph Howard, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, fancy manuler, Jan. 29 at 12, District Court of Bankruptcy, Manchester, facturer, Feb. 2 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.div.-George Barton and John Barton, Manchester, copper | John Leach, Bradford, Yorkshire, dealer in piano fortes, Jan. roller manufacturers, Jan. 19 at 1l, District Court of Bank. 26 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.--Abraham ruptcy, Manchester, div.
Charlesworth, Thongs-bridge, Almondbury, Yorkshire, innCERTIFICATES.
keeper, Jan. 26 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.To be allowed, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on or
Jonas Priestley, Halifax, Yorkshire, butcher, Jan. 26 at 11, before the Day of Meeting.
District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds.- John Purvis, Brid
lington-quay, Yorkshire, out of business, Jan. 27 at 10, DisThomas Henry Skelton, Southampton, stationer, Feb. 4 at
at trict Court of Bankruptcy, Kingston-upon-Hull.-Illingworth 1, Court of Bankruptcy, London. --Thomas Wyatt, Oxford.
Butterfield, Bradford, Yorkshire, out of employment, Jan. 26 terrace, King's-road, Chelsea, Middlesex, builder, Feb. 9 at
at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, Leeds. - Featherstone 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.
Greathead, Kingston-upon- Hull, excise officer, Jan. 27 at 10, To be allowed by the Court of Review in Bankruptcy, unless Town-hall, Kingston-upon-Hull.-James Byrom, Bradford,
Cause be shewn to the contrary on or before Jan. 29. Yorkshire, journeyman painter, Feb. 9 at 11, District Court John Neale, Fleet-street, London, printer.-John Lambert, of Bankruptcy, Leeds.-Joseph Hall, Sowerby-bridge, HaliNew Elvet, Durham, grocer.- Thomas Russell Creigh, New. fax, Yorkshire, hotel keeper, Feb. 2 at Il, District Court of castle-upon-Tyne, cartwright.
Bankruptcy, Leeds.-J. West Biglin, Kingston-upon-Hull, PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED.
out of business, Feb. 3 at 10, Town-ball, Kingston-upon-Hull. H. Sellwood and J. W. Conington, Horncastle, Lincoln
-Edward Ballinger, Birmingham, baker, Jan. 16 at 11, Dissbire, attornies and solicitors.
trict Court of Bankruptcy, Birmingham. - Thomas Judge,
Birmingham, builder, Jan. 13 at half-past 10, District Court SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION.
of Bankruptcy, Birmingham.-George Bull, Birmingham, Gaunt, Gray, & Co., Glasgow and Leek, manufacturers.
out of business, Jan. 30 at 11, District Court of Bankruptcy, INSOLVENT DEBTORS
Birmingham.- Baziel Hadnit Southam, Coventry, Warwick.
shire, licensed victualler, Jan. 26 at il, District Court of Who have filed their Petitions in the Court of Bankruptcy,
Bankruptcy, Birmingham. and have obtained an Interim Order for Protection from Process.
Wednesday, Jan. 6. Thomas Canaway, Landport, Portsea, Southampton, Jan.
Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignets 13 at 2, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Brett Higgs,
the Estates and Effects of the following Persons: Southampton, out of employ, Jan. 13 at 1, Court of Bankrupt.
(On their own Petitions). cy, London.- John Jarvis, Museum-street, Bloomsbury, Mid. Wm. Shubrick Martin, Croydon-common, Surrey, out of dlesex, music seller, Jan. 13 at half-past 1, Court of Bank employ: in the Gaol of Horsemonger-lane.- Emanuel Phil. ruptcy, London.-Matthew George Mackness, Bedford, excise lips, Little Coram-street, Russell-square, Middlesex, marineofficer, Jan. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.—John store dealer : in the Debtors Prison for London and MiddleMorris, Cold Harbour-lane, Camberwell, Surrey, dissenting sex.-Gabriel Bennett, St. George's-market, London-road, minister, Jan. 12 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Southwark, Surrey, assistant to a butcher : in the Gaol of Douglas Irons, Elliott's-row, St. George's-road, Southwark, Horsemonger-lane.-J. Thos. Edwards, South-ville, Wands. Surrey, out of employ, Jan, 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, worth-road, Surrey, builder : in the Gaol of HorsemongerLondon.-John Close, Stratford, West Ham, Essex, confec. | lane.---John Burr, Horsmonden, Kent, woodreeve: in the tioner, Jan. 21 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- John Gaol of Maidstone.- Robt. Henry Salmon, Horsham, Sussex, Spriggs, Ipswich, Suffolk, shoemaker, Jan. 22 at 2, Court of hotel keeper : in the Gaol of Petworth.- John Heywood, Ley. Bankruptcy, London.-Robert Paramor Lee, Bryan's-place, land, near Chorley, Lancashire, tailor : in the Gaol of LanCaledonian-road, Middlesex, clerk to an attorney, Jan. 21 at caster.-Ann Turner, Great Malvern, Worcestershire, dohalf-past 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Rich. Symms mestic servant : in the Gaol of Worcester.-J. Dixon Parry, Robinoon, Huntingdon, tailor, Jan. 21 at 11, Court of Bank- | Pendlebury, near Manchester, sbare broker: in the Gaol of ruptcy, London.- Wm. Button, West Malling, Kent, carpen- | Lancaster. ter, Jan, 21 at half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. The following Prisoners are ordered to be brought up before Edward Farnden, Long-acre, Middlesex, hatter, Jan. 21 at the Court, in Portugal-st., on Friday, Jan. 22, at 9. half-past 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.- Richard Her.
George Layland, Kent-street, Southwark, Surrey, mill. ridge, Ramsgate, Kent, grocer, Jan. 28 at 11, Court of Bank
wright.-John Dickenson, Winter-terrace, Newington, Surruptcy, London.-Joseph Cliff, Pelican-cottage, Cambridge.
rey, commission agent.-Thomas Ward, Albert-street, Shadroad, Middlesex, builder, Jan. 28 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy,
well, Middlesex, lodging-house keeper.-David Livingston, London.-George Green, High-street, Fulham, Middlesex,
dlesex, Duke-street, Tooley-street, Southwark, Surrey, biscuit baker. licensed brewer, Jan. 28 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London. | -Wm. Hand, Market Deeping, Lincolnshire, hair dresser,
Jan. 25, at the same hour and place. Jan. 28 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, London.-Robert Col.
Wm. Thompson, Chatham, Kent, grocer.- James Jones, lier Packman, Langdon-hills, Essex, clerk, Jan, 28 at 11, / Sydenham, Kent, bricklayer.-Henry Ashton, MaryleboneCourt of Bankruptcy, London.-Wm. Hewer the younger,
he vonnger: street, Piccadilly, and Silver-street, Golden-square, Middleser, Holly-road, and Navarino.grove, Dalston, Middlesex, draper's mason. --Christopher Irving, York-road, Lambeth, Surrey, assistant, Jan. 28 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, London.
civil engineer. Ambrose G. Wallis, Steer's-terrace, Waltham-green, Middle.
INSOLVENT Debtor's DIVIDEND. sex, out of employment, Jan. 21 at 11, Court of Bankruptcy, Amelia Hendy, Thornbury, Gloucestershire, widow, Jan. London.-Henry Case, Gloucester-place, Kentish-town, Mid. 11, Rolph's, Thornbury : 78. 10d, in the pound (in addition to dlesex, architect, Jan. 28 at 12, Court of Bankruptcy, Lon- a former of 8s. 6d.).
INDEX OF PRINCIPAL MATTERS
ACCELERATION. Reasons in support of the practicability | ALLOTTEES OF RAILWAY SCRIP-(continued).
of dealing with the reversionary interests of married consideration of the question, whether they should be prowomen by means of, 243, 245
ceeded against at law or in equity, 111, 112 remarks on this subject with reference to cases in which remarks on the cases in which it has been held that they the prior interest is limited to the husband him.
have a right to recover back deposits paid, provided self, 245
the scheme is abandoned, 253 ACCUMULATION. On trusts for, 425
observations on the tendency of their decisions, 253, 254 letter of a correspondent on this subject, 426
AMENDMENT OF THE LAW OF REAL PROPERACQUIESCENCE. On the doctrine of, 278
TY. Observations on Mr. B. Ker's letter to the Lord “ACTIO PERSONALIS MORITUR CUM PERSONA."
Chancellor with reference to, 3
alterations proposed in the Transfer of Property Act, ib. has caused to be engrafted on this rule of the common
remarks thereon, 3, 4 law, 465
proposed alterations in the mode of executing feoffments, 4 principle of the common law on this point, ib.
remarks thereon, ib. alteration made by 4 Edw. 3, c. 7, (De Bonis asportatis in
erroneous opinion that a deed-poll cannot operate by way Vita Testatoris), ib.
of estoppel, ib. extension of the remedy given by that statute by 25 Edw.
observations on the provisions as to the convoyance of 3, c. 5, ib.
executory estates, ib. extension of the remedy to injuries done to the freehold
remarks of Mr. Ker on contingent remainders, 14 of the testator, by 3 & 4 Will. 4, c. 42, 465, 466
observations thereon, 15, 16 further extension thereof by the recent “ Act for compen.
remarks on an article in the “ Law Review" as to concise sating the Families of Persons killed by Accidents,"
forms in conveyancing, 16, 17
specimens of these forms, 17 remarks on this measure, ib.
remarks thereon, ib. ACTION, NOTICE OF. What requisite, when brought
objections to the principle on which the forms under the
8 & 9 Vict. c. 119, are framed, ib. against justices of the peace, 157
observations of Mr. Joshua Williams thereon, 18 ACTS OF PARLIAMENT, MODERN. Observations on remarks on Mr. Williams's criticism on the act to render the general character of, 41
the assignment of satisfied terms unnecessary, 18, evils arising from the practice of inserting interpretation
19 clauses, ib.
remarks on Lord Brougham's bill for shortening convey. carelessness in framing, attributable to this cause, ib.
ances, 261 the legislature is not justified in adopting this course,
| ANSTEY, Mr. T. C. Remarks on his pamphlet on petitions the judges are exposed to many difficulties by reason of it, |
of right, 1 42
ASSETS BY DESCENT. Observations on, 222 instance of this in a recent case, ib.
statement of the doctrine of the common law on this subcommercial and legal world have deep reason to complain
ject, 223 of this state of things, ib.
application of these principles to the state of things proAD-VALOREM STAMP. On the measure of, upon the
duced by the “Act for the Amendment of the Law purchase of an equity of redemption, 49
of Inheritance," 223, 224 in the usual cases of this transaction, the stamp must cover
certain inconveniences on this subject which are obviated the amount of the mortgage-money, ib.
by the “ Act to render Freehold and Copyhold cases in which the question arises, whether the stamp will
Estates Assets for the Payment of Simple Connot be sufficient if it merely cover the considera
tract Debts," 224 tion paid for the equity of redemption, ib. ASSIGNMENT OF TERMS ACT. Remarks on Mr. consideration of the provisions of the Stamp Act with re. Joshua Williams's criticisms on, 18, 19. ference to the solution of this question, 49, 50
consideration of the opinion, that this act has failed to AGENTS, PROFESSIONAL. Observations on the provi.
effect its purpose, and that it leaves the expense sions of the “ Small Debts Act," as to litigants appear.
attending titles arising out of the existence of ating by, 341, 342
tendant terms just where it was, 101 AGREEMENTS. On the doctrine of equity as to the partial
statement of the case in which it is supposed this difficulty performance of, 70
would arise, ib. decisions on this point, 70, 71
the objection appears unfair, ib. remarks thereon, ib.
remarks on the object of the act, ib. precautions in framing agreements rendered necessary by
it imposes no hardship on a purchaser, ib. the present state of the law, 71
concluding remarks, 101, 102 ALLOTTEES OF RAILWAY SCRIP. Correspondence | ATTORNIES. Observations on the provisions of the Small as to the right to recover deposits of shares from, 20,
Debts Act as to the employment of, in proceedings 21
thereunder, 341, 342 consideration of the authorities as to the liabilities of, AWARD. On the time within which application should be 110, 111
made to the court to set it aside, 241
| CALLS TO THE BAR—(continued). important practical rule on this subject established by a Inner Temple-Jan. 30, 1846; 44 recent case, 241, 242
184, no date question as to whether this rule is confined to cases in
242, no date. which the arbitrator is bound to come to an express
Nov. 20, 1846; 485 decision, 242
Gray's Inn-Jan. 21, 1846; 44 remarks on the meaning of the term " publication," ib.
April 29, 1846; 184
Nov. 18, 1846; 485 BANKRUPTCY. Jurisdiction of equity to interfere in mat- CAPITAL. Operation of taxes on, 495 ters apparently properly cognizable in, 269
CAUSE LISTS. opinion of Wigram, V. C., on this point, ib.
Hilary Term, 1846. BAR, THE. Observations on the proper preparatory course
Court of Chancery : of study for, 13, 14
Before the Lord Chancellor, 6. errors of some writers on this subject, ib. .
Vice-Chancellor of England, ib. abuse of, by litigants, 51
Knight Bruce, ib. remarks on the unreasonableness of this, 59
Wigram, ib. parliamentary; remarks on the alleged exorbitancy of the
Court of Queen's Bench : fees for practising at, ib.
Crown Paper, 7 BENCHERS OF THE INNS OF COURT. Remarks on
Court of Exchequer: their office, and the privileges and duties attached to it,
Sittings, ib. 181
New Trial Paper, ib. their original character, ib.
Special Paper, ib. their apathy at the present day with regard to lectures Sittings after Hilary Term, 1846. and tuition, ib.
Rolls Court, 34 examination of the assertion, that the property of the
Court of Chancery :
Before the Lord Chancellor, 51 the benchers are merely trustees, ib.
Vice-Chancellor of England, ib. there is abundant authority to shew that they are subject
Knight Bruce, ib. to a superior jurisdiction, ib.
Wigram, ib. instances of this, ib.
Easter Term, 1846. it still exists, ib.
Court of Queen's Bench : duty of the benchers under these circumstances, ib.
New Trial Paper, 134 BROUGHAM, LORD. Remarks on his bill for shortening
Special Cases and Demurrers, ib. conveyances, 261, 262
Enlarged Rules, ib. BROWN V. ANNANDALE, (Webst. Pat. Cas. 433). Ob.
Crown Paper, 135 servations on the case of, with reference to the ques
Court of Common Pleas: tion, whether user of an invention in one of the three
New Trials, ib. branches of the United Kingdom would not of itself in
Enlarged Rules, ib. validate the subsequent grant of letters-patent for such
Demurrers, ib. invention in either of the other branches, 130
Court of Exchequer: received opinion on this point before the decision of that
New Trial Paper, ib. case, ib.
Special Paper, ib. effect of that decision as to the case of a Scotch patent,
Peremptory Paper, ib. taken out after user of the invention in England,
Court of Chancery : ib.
Before the Lord Chancellor, 142 doubt as to the effect of prior user in Scotland, ib.
Vice-Chancellor of England, 143 statement of what appears to be the true doctrine on this
Knight Bruce, il. subject, 131
Rolls Court, ib.
Wigram, ib. consequences thereof, ib.
Trinity Term, 1846. BROWNE v. HOUGHTON. Strictures on the decision in,
Court of Chancery:
Before the Lord Chancellor, 199, 203 that a direction to accumulate rents during minorities,
Vice-Chancellor of England, ih. engrafted on limitations of real property in strict set.
Knight Bruce, 200, 203 tlement, and not secured by any term or trust created
Wigram, ib. in precedence to the estates tail, is void for remoteness, 414
Rolls Court, ib. circumstances of this case overlooked in coming to this
Court of Queen's Bench : decision, ib.
New Trials, 200 rules and distinctions which seem to have been lost sight
Special Cases and Demurrers, 201 of, 415
Enlarged Rules, ib. on the same subject, 437
Crown Paper, ib. answers to observations of correspondents with reference
Court of Common Pleas :
New Trials, 202 to, 437, 438
Enlarged Rules, ib. correspondence on this subject, 426 on the same, 438
Demurrers, ib. BURTHENS ON LAND. Remarks on the report of the
Court of Exchequer :
New Trial Paper, ib. select committee of the House of Lords appointed to
Special Paper, 203 inquire into, 494
Peremptory Paper, ib.
After Trinity Term, 1846. CALLS TO THE BAR.
Court of Chancery : Lincoln's Inn-Jan. 28, 1846; 44
Before the Lord Chancellor, 254 May 1, 1846; 184
Vice-Chancellor of England, ib. June 9, 1846; 235
Knight Bruce, ib. Nov. 19, 1846; 485
Michaelmas Term, 1846.
Wigram, 255 Middle Temple - Jan. 17, 1846; 44
Rolls Court, 417
Court of Queen's Bench :
New Trials, 432
Special Cases and Demurrers, ib.
Enlarged Rules, ib. , 20, 1846, ib.
Crown Paper, 442
| CHARITABLE TRUSTS BILL-(continued). Michaelmas Term, 1846:
extent of this jurisdiction, ib. Court of Chancery :
objects of the bill are twofold, ib.
statement of them, ib.
Knight Bruce, 442 some of the arrangements proposed by the bill appear to
be defective, ib.
instances of this, 169, 170 New Trials, 443
pamphlet by Mr. Palmer (the Gresham Lecturer) on the Enlarged Rules, ib.
subject of this bill, 170 Demurrer Paper, ib.
remarks thereon, ib. Court of Exchequer :
on the same subject, 193 Sittings, ib.
reasons for regretting the rejection of the bill by the New Trial Paper, ib.
House of Lords, ib.
review of the various objections made to it by its oppoPeremptory Paper, ib.
nents, ib. After Michaelmas Term, 1846.
observations thereon, 193, 194 Court of Chancery :
causes of the expense of proceedings in equity for the purBefore the Lord Chancellor, 497
pose of adjudicating on matters of trust property Vice-Chancellor of England, ib.
of small amount, 194 Knight Bruce, 498 statement of what is really necessary to be done in such Wigram, ib.
cases, ib. Hilary Term, 1847.
sketch of a mode of proceeding whereby this might be Rolls Court, 539
CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES :
Spring, 1846; 42
Summer, 1846; 247
of the Commissioners for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors: Crown Paper, 540
Summer, 1846; 87
Autumn, 1846; 215
Spring, 1847; 486
CIVIL LIST, THE. On the effects produced by the sub-
stitution of, for the independent rights of the Crown, 2 Appeal Cases, ib.
“ COMITY OF NATIONS.” Remarks on, regarded as Court of Exchequer :
the foundation of the principles by which the force to Sittings in Hilary Term, 540
be given in any country to the laws of foreign states is New Trial Paper, 541
to be determined, 354 Peremptory Paper, ib.
COMMANDITAIRES. Liability of, by the law of France, Special Paper, ib.
for acts which sávour of management, 221 CESTUIS QUE TRUST. As to the right of, to revoke precautions to be observed by English shareholders who payments made to a solicitor trustee, for professional
are, 222 services in the matter of the trust, 110
COMMISSIONERS appointed for taking acknowledgments CHANCERY. On the contemplated changes in the proceed.
of deeds to be executed by married women :ings in, 69
Amphlett, Charles, 7 system of, well suited to the subjects for which it was
Arrowsmith, Joseph, ib.
Bloxham, John Richard, ib.
Campbell, Hugh Bruce, ib.
Cox, Alfred, ib. propriety of withdrawing certain classes of suits
Cox, George, 471 from the active interference of the court, 70
Edmunds, John, 7 probable effect of this on the profession, ib.
Eldridge, James, ib. on the system of transposing causes in, 493
Geldard, C. J., 389 suggestions on this subject, 494
Hall, Joseph, 7 court of, jurisdiction of, to interfere in matters cognisable
Hooper, Alfred C., ib. in bankruptcy, 269
Hoyland, Robert, 365 to restrain proceedings at law, 270
Jones, Edward Bryan, 67 to restrain proceedings under the Interpleader
Jones, Isaac, 303
Jones, William, 409
Lane, John, jun., 416
Marshall, William, 7 stituted by act of Parliament, ib.
Price, John, 31 when, to restrain acts in the nature of a trespass,
Rees, William, 25 270, 271
Waters, Thomas, 435 review of Mr. Headlam's edition of Daniell's Prac
Wise, John Joseph, 31 tice of the, 171
COMMISSIONERS OF RAILWAYS. Observations on review of Mr. G. Spence's Treatise on the Equitable
the bill for constituting, 325 Jurisdiction of the, 262
importance of this measure, ib.
its object, ib. CHARITABLE TRUSTS BILL. Observations on the,
constitution of the commission, ib. 149 its object, ib.
its powers, ib.
duty of the commissioners to report on certain subjects some objections to the measure considered, ib.
connected with the railways, 325, 326 intention and effect of the proposed act misrepresented,
probable effect of this measure on the business of comib.
mittees of the House, 326 circumstances which render such a jurisdiction as that proposed by this bill necessary, 150
COMMODITIES. Operation of taxes on, 495 probable benefits of the measure, ib.
COMMON INJUNCTIONS. On dissolving, 278 on the same subject, 169
on extending, ib. mistakes as to the jurisdiction proposed to be given by it COMMON PLEAS, COURT OF. Observations on the act to the commissioners, ib.
for throwing open the, 361