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COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY, IN BANKRUPTCY, INSOLVENCY, NISI PRIUS,

THE CRIMINAL COURTS, AND IN IRELAND,

FROM MARCH TO SEPTEMBER 1854.

VOLUME XXIII.

The Reports in this Volume are Contributed by the following Gentlemen :

HOUSE OF LORDS, by JAMES PATERSON, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.

Nisi Prius, Circuit, and Crown Cases. PRIVY COUNCIL, by JAMES PATERSON, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, by B. C. ROBINSOX, Esq., of the Middle

Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
Equity Courts.

CRIMINAL APPEAL COURT, by A. BILTLESTON, Esq., of the Inner Temple,

Barrister-at-Law. LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT, by C. H. KEENE, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. MIDLAND CIRCUIT, by Adam BITTLESTON, Esq., of the Inner Temple, The COURT OF APPEAL IN CHANCERY, by C. II. KEENE, Esq., Barris- Barrister-at-Law. ter-at-Law.

WESTERN CIRCUIT, by Edward W. Cox, Esq., of the Middle Temple, ROLLS COURT, by G. WHITELEY, Esq., of the Inner Temple, Barrister- Barrister-at-Law. at-Lay,

NORFOLK CIRCUIT, by J. B. DASENT, E:sq., Barrister-at-Law. TICE-CHANCELLOR KINDERSLEY'S COURT, by P. M. LEOXARD

OXFORD CIRCUIT, by J. E. Davis, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. and H. R. YOUNG, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law.

SOUTH WALES CIRCUIT, by DANIEL T. Evans, Esq., of the Inner Temple,

Barrister-at-Law. VICE-CHANCELLOR STUART'S COURT, by James B. DAVIDSOX, Esq.,

NORTH WALES CIRCUIT, by MORGAN LLOYD, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Barrister-at-Law. VICE-CHANCELLOR WOOD'S COURT, by J. H. COOKE, Esq., Barrister

Nisi Prius in London and Middlesex. at-Law.

QUEEN'S BENCH and COMMON PLEAS, by W. POWELL, Esq., Barrister

at-Law. Common Law Courts.

EXCHEQUER, by J. B. DASENT, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. The QUEEN'S BENCH, by ADAM BITTLESTON, Esq., of the Inner Temple, and Join THỎypsox, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barristers-at-Law.

Ecclesiastical Courts.
The COURT of COMMON BENCH, by DANIEL THOMAS Evans, Esq., of the ECCLESIASTICAL and ADMIRALTY COURTS, by Dr. WADDILOVE, of

Middle Temple, and R. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Doctors' Commons.
Barristers-at-Law.

Election Law.
The COURT of EXCHEQUER, by FREDERICK BAILEY, Esq., and C. J. B. REGISTRATION APPEALS, in the COMMON PLEAS, by DANIEL T.
HEETSLET, Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barristers-at-Law.

Evans and R. V. WILLIAMS, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. The BAIL C RT, T. W. SAUNDERS, Esq., of the Middle Temp Bar- ELECTION COMMITTEES, by JAJES PATERSON, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. rister-at-Law.

Irish Reports. The EXCHEQUER CHAMBER, by the Reporters of the Courts from which

The LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT, by J. BLACKII., Esq., Barristerthe cases come.

at-Law. Bankrupt and Insolvent Courts.

COMMON LAW COURTS. by 6. M'KENYA, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.

CRIMINAL COURTS, by J. M'KENSA, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. The INSOLVENT COURT, by David Cato MACRAE, Esq., of the Middle INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT, by JAMES BURKE, Esq., Barrister-atTemple, Barrister-at-Law.

Law, COMMISSIONERS' COURTS, by John A. FONBLANQUE, Esq., Barrister- IRISH BANKRUPTCY COURT, by J. LEVY, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. at-Law.

IRISH INSOLVENT COURT, by J. LEVY, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. N.B.-All the Written Judgments are reported rerbatim in Short-hand, by Mr. II. GREGORY, Short-hand Writer.

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ABERDEEN RAILWAY COMPANY | Bird v. Johnson, 320

Cottingham r. Rowley, 66, 190

Ex parte W. F. Harrison, gentleman,
0. BLAIKIE BROTHERS, 315 Bishop of London v. M'Neal, 116, 178 Couling v. Fearn and others, 66, 158 one, &c., 72
Abernethy v. The Trustees of the Bir- Bohn v. Challis and another, 58 Courteis v. Johnson, 71, 178

William Cooper Hoare, 83

kenhead Docks, 174

Laycock, 174

Cox v. Carrington, 82, 97

Hopper, 164

Ablett r. Earle, 59, 71

Bolton v. Wyatt, 129

Middleton, 6

Mary Hughes, 83

Abrasartt v. Moysey, 66, 67, 93

Bones v. Angier, 252

Cradock v. Owen, 19

Hughes, 93

Adams v. Bennett, 183

Borrodaile r. Nelson, 115

Crane u. Batten, 67, 157, 220

Justices of Suffolk, 66

Aitcheson and another v. Griffiths, 67, Bott v. Stancliffe and another, 58, 174 Creed and wife v. Rigby and another, 97

Kidd, Eccles c. Cheyne, 20

93

Bourne v. Hartley, 219

Crowe v. Clay, 38

Lancaster, 4

Alcenus v. Mygren, 97
Bowden r. Tucker, 174
Cust v. Goring, 338

Lord Londesborough, re 'The
Allen v. Crease, 82
Bowye r. Willecomb, 146

Dover, Deal, and Cinque Ports Rail-
Preece, 210
Boyce r. Rossborough, 30
DAVIS r. JONES, 71, 82

way Company, 33

Allum v. Boultbee, 59, 96

Boyd v. Power, 68

Dale v. Beemore, 68

Mosson, 58

Alsop v. Brittain, 69

Brandling r. Plummer, 329

Dansey v. Richardson, 93, 144

Perrin and Guildford, War-

Amer v. Masters, 71

Bray r. Waugh and others, 58

Dawes v. Moss, 82

burton v. Hill, 57

Andrew r. Stapleton, 58

Bremmilow r. Arden, 191

Dawson v. Henson and another, 180

Piddlesden, 144

Andrews v. Butler, 78

Bremner r. Harrison, 82

Jay, 36, 53

Pope, 239

Manby, 174
Bridger and another v. Gay, 65

- re Dawson, 239

Mary Robinson, 147, 180
Anonymous, 129
Bridges v. Fisher, 223

Spencer and another, 147

Russell, re Minnitt, a bank-

Arnell v. The Regent's Canal Company, Briggs v. Wilson, 136

Williams, clerk, 93

95

Brimelaw r. Arden (a pauper), 129 Day v. Bridge, 129, 157

Scott, P.O., re M.Lintock, 258

Arnold v. Coape, 342

Brown v. Byrne, 114, 144, 154

Day, 216

Thomas Southgate, re the

Hanwel, 71, 146, 163

Mason, 93

Dewhurst and others v. Clarkson, 109 Guardians of the Poor of the Lexden

Arnot v. Masters, 146

Bryan v. Wastell, 21

De Winte v. De Winte, 346

and Munster Union 0. Thomas

Atchison v. Le Mann, 302

Bryant r.

66

Dress v. Stanhope, 341

Southgate, 210

Atkin v. Barker, 58, 174

Buckland v. Johnson, 145, 161, 190 Dimmock v. Grange, 163

Turner, re Boyle, 262

Atkins and wife v. Amos, 300

Bull v. Robison, 71, 210, 288

Diplock v. Hammond, 181

Williams, 66

Atkinson v. Grey, 184

Bunbury r. Fuller, 131

Doe dem. Horden v. Hurst, 157

Wilson, 176

Attorney-General v. Alford, 226 Burchfield r. Moore, 92, 143

Melhuish v. Bulpin, 67, 144

Young, 180

Chambers and Bush v. Anderton, 129, 179

Dollond v. Johnson, 285

others, 238

Butcher u. Price, 67, 180

Donaldson o. Donaldson, 306

FAGG v. NUDD, 91

Earl of Chester- Byass v. Gates, 165

Dorrett and others v. Meux and another, Fairclough v. Pavier, 59

field, 153

Byles v. The Ipswich Dock Commis- 114

Fallows v. Lord Dillon, 154

Ewelme Hospital, 4 sioners, 179

Dowdall v. The Australian Royal Mail Farnell v. Warren, 78
HaberdashersCom-

Steam Navigation Company, 67, 98, Fenix, otherwise Phænix, (Silandles,

CADDICK AND ANOTHER

157, 174

master), 210

Potter, 269

HIAINES AND OTHERS, 71, 178

The General Steam Navi- Fenton v. Clegg and another, 59

Mayor and Corpo- Calvert r. Robinson, 144, 164

gation Company, 78

Ferrett r. Hill, 95, 145, 158

ration of Rochester, 104

Campbell r. Moxhay, 227

Downs and another v. Mead, 95

Finch v. Shaw, 283

The Mayor, Alder- Caman r. Myers, 146, 210

Doyle v. Fothergill, 157

Fisher v. Warren, 69

man, and Burgesses of Wigan and Canning v. Canning, 251

Du Hourmelin v. Sheldon, 339

Fleming v. East, 252

others, 43

Cardwell r. Baynes, 179

Duncan v. Cannan, 318

Fleming v. Self, 63

Radloff, 59, 97, Carlin and another c. Pearson, 161, 191 Dunn v. Scott, 93

Forbes r. Forbes, 108

163, 178, 191

Carmichael v. Cassan, 12

Limond, 42

Sher borne Gram- Carpenter v. Dunsmore, 174

EARL OF ROMNEY r. THE IN- Ford r. Campbell, 58, 78

mar School, 326

Carver v. Burgess, 303

CLOSURE COMMISSIONERS, Francis v. Clemow, 57

- Lord Wynford, 82, Cass v. Wight, 115

93, 174, 190

Freeman v. Freeman, 317

96

Castelli v. Groom, 157, 209

Eastham`r. Blackburn Railway Com- Fulton o. Baliol, 66

Avery r. Langford, 227

Cattlin v. Henty, 93, 114

Chaffers v. Baker, 181

Eccles r. Cheyne, 20

GALES v. LORD DUNBOYNE, 309

B-N v. B-N, 98

Chadwick v. Chadwick, 108

Edie v. Kingsford, 69

Galloway and another v. Heyworth and

Badeley v. Vigurs, 67, 209, 297

Charles e. Altin, 176

Edmonds and others v. Hodges and others, 95, 129

Bailey'v. Abraham, 157

Charnley v. Grundy, 67

others, 68, 69

Gann o. Gregory, 136

Avery, 66, 144

Chaplin v. Levy, 71, 81, 82

Edwards v. Batley, 241

Gardiner v. Barber, 128

Baker v. Avery, 174

Chepeler v. Durant, 79

Davies, 97

Rowett, 71, 82

Balguy v. Broadhurst, 341

Cheshire v. Holland, 95

Trevelleck, 157, 208

Gates v. Wiggins, 309

Bamford r. Chadwick, 161

Mountford, 80

and another v. The Queen, 39 Gay v. Halkesworth, 176

Bancks v. Ollerton, 82, 190, 203 Chesnutt v. Chesnutt, 129

Edye v. Kingsford, 69

Gerry v. Morris, 96

Band r. Randle, 21

Chick v. Blackmore, 285

Elsam v. Denny, 76

Gether v. Capper 68, 95, 145

Baring v. Priestly, 325

Child v. Douglas, 140, 283

Emery v. Webster, 146

Gibson v. Sturge, 71

Barker and another v. Sterne, 71, 82, Chope v. Jones, 82

Evans v. Earle, 146

and another v. Sturge and ano-

95

Churchill v. Siggars, 174, 220

Elsam, 129, 146

ther, 178

Barnard v. Denny, 161

Clarke v. Johnson, 96

The Royal Insurance Com- Gill v. Powell, 174

Bartlett r. Dummiler, 82

Clayton v. Percy, 146, 163, 178, 179

Gilpin v. Fowler, 22

Simmiter, 96

Cligart and wife v. Mayer, 288

and others v. Earle, 59

Giskell v. Scott, 176

Batchelor v. Oliver, 164, 180

Clossman r. Lacoste and another, 91 Ex parte Armstrong, 176

Goodfellow v. Goodfellow, 46

Bateman v. Williamson and others, 209, Coape v. Arnold, 342

Bateman, re Burbury, a bank- Goodman v. Richardson, 58

296

Cobbett v. Slowman, 82

Greaves v. Legg and another, 82, 254

Bates v. Brothers, 305

Cockrane r. Haggett, 59

Brook, 237

Gray v. Wilkinson, 96

Bayley v. Avery, 66, 144

Hackett, 71

William Courtenay Bruttan, the younger v. Wilton, 97

Beavan v. Macdonald, 71, 178

Cole v. Bishop, 58, 78, 174

an articled clerk, 98

and another v. Willicomb, 116

Beech v. Keep, 54

Colyer v. Finch, 283

Child, 176

Winnicombe, 59

Martin, 194

Congreve v. Evetts, 163, 194, 210

The Churchwardens and Greenaway v. Hart, 174

Beeman v. Pycroft, 82
Cooch v. Maltby, 146, 179, 180

Overseers of the Poor of Sutton, in Greenfield v. Sykes, 58
Begg v. Forbes and another, 145, 159 Cooke v. Gregson, 86

the East Riding of Yorkshire, 83 Greenway v. Holmes and others, 68, 115

Behrens v. Bremner, 176

Kerr, 86

Cooper, 78

Grey v. Friar, 334

Bellamy v. Cockle, 20

Wagster, 293

John Dale, 179

Grilliths v. Hatchard, 295

Bennett v. The Duke of Manchester, 331 Cooksey v. Thompson, 144

Glynn, re Ashlin, 15

Grix, executor, v. Dalby, 271

Bentley v. Dawes, 82, 163, 179, 269 Cooper v. Taylor, 263

The Governors of Oakham Gurney v. Behrend, 78

Biddulph o. Shears, 208

Coppard v. Gates, 165

and Uppingham Grammar Schools,

and others v. Behrend and

Billington o. Thomas, 67

Coster v. Baring, 176

251

others, 89, 92

pany, 71

pany, 70

rupt, 181

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HADLEY r. BAXENDALE AND LAING v. CHOPE, 66, 114

Pearson r. Bean, 78

Re Robert Duff Ironside, 13

OTHERS, 69

Lake v. Plaxton, 82, 178, 191

Peers v. Harding, 66, 157

Philip John James, 347

Haggar v. Neatby, 49

Lancaster r. Carter, 109

Petergate and another r. Milne and The Joint-stock Companies Wind-

Hakewell v. Ingram, 69, 115

Lane v. The Governor and Company of Smith, 68, 78

ing-up Acts, 1848 and 1849, and

Hallum v. Bailey, 190

Bank of England, 66, 93, 174

Pemberton v. Wire, 345

re The Direct Exeter, Plymouth,

Hammond r. Bradstreet, 271
Langensee r. Storer, 71, 163
Perry r. Turpin, 87

and Devonport Railway Company,

Hammond, 161

Laslett v. Cliffe, 167

Peterson v. Ayre, 67

ex parte D'Urban, 250

llampstead r. Baker, 67

Lawton r. Campion, 201

Phelps v. St. John, 174

The Joint-stock Companies Wind-

Hancock r. Smith, 93

Lavcock v. Bare, 92

Pickles v. Holland, 71

ing-up Acts, 18 18 and 1819, and

Harding t. Kenworthy, 209

Leer. Smith, 70

Pidding v. Edmunds, 161

the German Mining Company, 200

Harmsworth 1. Sargeant, *?

Levett r. Crook, 180

Pierce v. Williams, 71

The Joint-stock Companies Wind-

Harris v. Carter and others, 66

Levy 1. Connop, 59

Pinchin v. The London and Blackwall ing-up Acts, 1818 and 1819, and

Child, 71, 82

Levi . The Šletropolitan Cab Com- Railway Company, 307

the Pennant and Craigwen Con-

llands and another, 83, 116

Pinder v. Barr, 66, 174, 190, 209, 254 solidated Lead Mining Company,

Harrison 1. The Corporation of South- Lewis r. Ricketts, 92

Place and another r. Potts and another, Mayher's case, 55, 137

ampton, 330

Trusler, 58, 80

234

The Joint-stock Companies' Wind-

Great Northern Railway,

Warner, 114

Plowden v. Campbell, 174

ing-up Acts, 1818 and 1819, and

96

Liddell .

Polley v. Wright, 82

the Royal Bank of Australia, es

and another r. Horsfall, 61 Llewellyn v. Gardiner, G6

Poore v. Dennett, Isle of Wight Brotherly parte Walker, 74

and others v. Spaeth, 155

Swansea Canal Company,

Society, 51

The Joint-stock Companies Wind-

Harrod r. Harrod, 243

163

Pope v. Bavidge, 163

ing-up Acts, 1818 and 1849, and the

Harryman v. Collins, 17

Lloyd v. Davis, 68, 80

Poiter r. Inland Revenue, 96

Sea, Fire, Life Assurance Society,

Hart r. Tribe, 124

and Wife . Davies, 160

Powdrell v. Jones, 304

ex parte The Official Manager of the

Hastings v. Earl Ilowe, 78, 209

-- v. Humphries, 59

Powys r. Blagrave, 37

Port of London Shipowners' Loan

Hawker c. Hallewell, ex parte Sturgis, Lord Londesborough r. Mowatt, 235 Pridie v. Field, 301

and Assurance Company, 63, 301

292

Somerville, 291 Pyke r. Adams, 93

The Joint-stock Companies Wind-

Henderson r. Zuilchenbert, 82

Loveday r. Freston, 190

ing-up Acts, 1848 and 1819, and

Herman v. Shelby, 93

Lowe 2: Thomas, 49, 238

QUEEN r. COLLIER AND BAILEY, the Warwick and Worcester Rail-

Hernaman and others, assignees of Bur- Lucas r. Bower, 78

97

way Company, ex parte Pritchard,

gess, r. Barber, co

Ludlow v. Stevenson, 294

301

Ilerring r. Tomlin, 66, 92

Lumley v. Gye, 66, 129, 144, 157 RAINY V. JOLLY, 93

John Jones the younger, 157

Hervey r. Fitzgerald, 10

Ramsden e. Smith, 166

Philip Jones and Monmouth and

Heyward and another c. Barnes, C8 M'ANDREWr. LIDGETT AND Randall v. Stephens and others, 211

Glainorgan Bank, 52

lleywood r. Minslull, 103

ANOTHER, 58

Rannie r. Chandler, 205

The Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail-

Hills o. Hunt, 170
M.Kellar v. James Summers the Raw v. Turner, 179

way Company, ex parte Macahlay,

Hill r. Jones, 253

younger, 146

Rawlings r. Chandler, 97

263

Ilindson r. Weatherill, 149

MiCormick v. Garnett, 136

Re

, 80, 95, 174

- Lawrence, Crowdy, and Bowlby,

Hisgrove r. Forcington, 65

MacGildonney r'. Gregory, 66, 92

-, an alleged Lunatic, 123

solicitors, ex parte Burdon, 267

Hobbs v. Parsons, 47
Mackenzie v. The Sligo and Shannon An Attorney, 72, 83

The Leeds, Bradford, and Halifax

llolgate r. Ilolgate, 66, 144, 190

Railway Company, 128

The Acknowledgment of Ellen, the Railway Company, 59

IWlland v. Fox, 38, 93, 129, 174, 230 Major r. Major, 3 10°

wife of John Ollerton, on behalf of Leggett, 224

Holmes 1. lIoskins, il

Malcolmson t'. Peart, 114, 171, 209

Ellen Banks, 176

Edward Lidbettter, 348

Holt r. Robertson, 71
Mann r. Thompson, 345

William Edward Angier, 93

Joseph M.Lintock, 270
the younger r. Robertson, 146 Maning v. Phelps, 162

Michael Arther Anthony, 348

The London and Brighton and South
Honeyman r. Lewis, 71, 80, 82
Marryatt v. Marryatt, 218

The Arbitration in -, 191

Coast Railway and the Lands
liookpayton r. Bussell, 82, 146
Marsden v. Wardell, 66, 93, 114

The Arbitration in Behrens v. Brem- Clauses Consolidation Act, and
Hooper e. Jane and Blooper, 143 Martin r'. Welsted, 346

16 & 17 Vict. 137, ex parte The
Ilope e. Hope, 182, 198, 313
Maxwell v. Deare, 1

An Arbitration between Pugh and Haberdashers' Company, 216

Hopkins r. Tanqueray, 68, 9), 141 Mayhew v. Suttle, 209, 296

others, 180

Magrath, 52

lloughton v. Crawford, 310

Mayor of Southinolton v. The Attorney-

- The Arbitration between Simpson M Nally, 116

llowell r'. Evans, 219

General, 117

and Francis, 163

The New River Company's Act,

Hudson t'. Carmichael, 168

Meacher 1. The Trustees of St. Luke's - An Arbitration between Dr. Whit- 1852, and the Lands Clauses Con-

Hughes r. Evans, 71

Parish, 180

taker and the Leeds, Bradford, and solidation Act, 1845, and Bickerton

Great Western Railway Meeson v. Oliver, 271

Halifax Junction Railway Com- Hargrave's Entailed Estate, 139

Company, 58, 80

Metzner t. Bolton, 22

Nokes, 129

Hopkins, 83, 92, 171

Milne r. Gilbart, 290

Barber, 216

W. H. Orchard, 180

Ilumphreys, jo, 174, 208

Milne, 290

Bastow, 59, 80, 95

John Villey Oster, one, fe. 59

Ilunter r. Micbael, 2

Walker, 290

Poole Bathurst's Estate, and re The William Oster, one, &c. 39

Milne, 96

Mills, clerk, r. Ryder and another,

South Wales Railway Act, 1819, Paul, 40

church wardens, &c. 82, 146, 221

and the South Wales (Amendment) Piddlesden, 158
INGLIS r. CAMPBELL, 86

Mitchell v. Gibbs and another, 67, 114 Act, 1816, ex parte Charles Ba- Porter, of Belfast, 20
In the estate of J. II. Keogh, deceased,

Hender, 72, 83
thurst, 218

Edward Power, 12

72

Morewood and another r. Tupper, 96

The Estate of J. B. Beaumont, 96 Oswald Price, 128

In the goods of D. Downer, 11
Morgan r. Morgan, 330

Behrens r. Bremer, 191

II. T. Roberts, 171, 180
Henry Corby, 316 Moore i. Blakey, 71, 129, 146

Sarah Bernays, 80

George Russell, 318
Sackville Zaccheus
Campbell, 71, 194, 210
Bingle, 177

Ryan, 52

Thatcher, 310

Morson r'. Blaine, 97, 146, 246

William Booth, 318

The Second Royal Benefit Building

In re The Bingley School, and re the Morant 2. Earl of Normantun, 66

The Brighton and South Coast Rail- Society, 114
Charitable Trusts Act, 1033, 139 Morris r. Lancaster, 82, 96

way Act, ex parte The Haber- Martin Sherridan, 3.93
Willinot, 92, 93
dashers' Company, 36

Henrietta Suelling, 69
JACKSON r. IIENDERSON, 66, 157 Morison r. Blaine, 82, 97, 210

Bussell, 99

Stamp Duty payable on a deed
Jacobs r. Richards, 44
Morten r. Laken, 71, 178

Cameron's Coalbrook Steam Coal dated 26th Sept. 1832, &c. 179
Jameson r. Trevelvan, 116
Morse r. Dingle, 164, 180

and Swansea and Longhor Railway - The Stamp Duiy payable on a Deed

James r. Lord Wynsturi, 320

Mullick r. Radakissen, 25

Company, er parte Bennett, 122 of Settlement, dated 31st Oct. 1803,

Job r. Johnson, 20

Myers r. Staples, 157

Richard Candlin, 324

178, 233

Johnson r. Rathbone, 63, 115

Mary Ann Cann, 348

John Stanley, 324

Webster, 201

NASII v. HODGSON, 214

Filiiani Lancin Chille, 190

Taylor, 72

Jones r. Giles, 82, 17:), 235

Neale r'. Cubitt, 82

Clendenning, 40

Henry Loftus Tottenham, 13

O'Brien, 80, 11

Veile r. Ridley, 71, 82

George and Alexander Clendenning, The Town Council of Louth, 129

Wells, 71

Newman r. Love, 157

317

Trinity College, Cambridge, E2

and another r. Nicholson, 82, Newton r. Iugham and others, 66

David Cole, 309

parte Edleston, 41

100

Nichol r. Goltz, 162

Collis, 40

The Trustees' Relief Act (10 & 11

Jortin t'. The South-Eastern Railway Nicholis r. Barnett, 114

Stephen Couchman, 99

Vict. c. 96), and re The Trusts of

Company, 7

Barrett, 114

Ignatius Coyle, 66

the Will of John Wynch, 259

Joy r. Aspinwall, 206

Gayford, 82, 96

Delaney, 177

The Trustee Relief Act, and re the

Judge e. Baker, 239

Nicholson r'. Morgan, 176

Dimsdale, 129

Trusts of the will of Peter Tbomp-

Judkins r. Atherton, 173
Nicklin r. Williams, 191

Stephen Fox Dixon, 51

son, deceased, 215
Jav r. Halksworth, 116
Norton r. Cooper, 125

The Dover, Hastings and Brighton Vann, 191
Jeferys e. Loosey, 270

Nosworthy r. Norton and Frost, 71, 1.16 Junction Railway Company, and re Watkinson, 270
Jelicho and another c. Cockerill, C8, Nussey r. Glendinning, 66, 93

The Joint-stock Companies Wind- Frederick Weston, 308

ing-up Acts, 1818 and 1819, ex parte William Williams and Sons, 11

'Jellieve t. Cockrell, 90

OLIVO v. IIAXSON, 66

Carew, and others, 61

The Wimbledon and Croydon Rail-

Jenkins t. Atherton, 9.3

Oswald r. The Mayor, &c. of Berwick- Drakcley's Trust, and the Trustee way Act, 1853, ex parte the Arch-
Jenkinson c. llarcourt, :21
upon-Tweed, 272

Relief Act, 232

bishop of Canterbury, 219

Jenkyns r. Robertson, 203

O'Toole r. Brown, 92, 78, 111

Drewery's Trust, 108

Jennison r. Trivillian and Wife, 59

The Winding-up Acts 18 18 and 1819,

Owen r. Griffiths, 96

Gledhill, 324

and the London aud Birmingham

Jervis t'. Tompkinson, 71
Owens r. Wynne, 144, 157

Wm. G. Gray, 93

Extension, and Northampton,

William Greaves, re The Great
KIRSHAW r. KIRSHAII, 157, 207

Daventry, Leamington, and War-
PADWICK v. HURST, 240

Northern Railway Company, 53 wick Railway Company, ex parte

Kild r. Serg-tield, 174

Sugar and another, 178 Thomas Ilanlon, 212

Prichard, 110, 225

Kilberbee and another t. Ambrose, Page v. The Agriculturist Insurance Hardy's Estate, 125

Worsley, 11

163

Company, 146

Harris's Trust, 344

Reader v. İlarvey, 129

Kimpton r. The London and North- Parker r. Rolls, 68, 80, 95

Nancy Hay, 145

Reddish, secretary, &c. v. Pinnock, 116

Western Railway Company, 71, 90,

Sowerby, 282

Mary line, 80

Reed v. Harrington, 157

163

Passingham v. Witherden, 163

Hoghton Chapel, 268

Reeves e. Baker, 54

Kinsey r. Sligo and Shannon Railway Paterson r. Wallace, 219

Holdsworth's Trust, 227, 546 Reg. v. Allison, 174, 209

Company, 78

Payne v. Batten, 174

Holland, 203

Allen and Saunders, 144

Kirby r. Jenkinson, 95

Hedgecock, 174

William Alex. Holmes, 116

Alleyn, 71

Simpson, 33, 113

Paynter v. Carew, 21

Maria French Hungerford, 318

Alleyne and others, 174

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Reg. 6. Allison, 232

Reg. r. Russell, 66, 158, 174

Smith v. Hook, 66

Tidian v. Ainslie, 163

Bayley and Collyer, 78
W. A. Saunders, 157

The London and South-Wes- Tierney v. Wood, 266
Bennett, 144

Sharpley, 172
tern Railway Company, 10

Tomkins v. Lane, 9

Buckley, 93, 157

Shepherd, 93

Somerville v. Martin, 80%

Tomline v. Garrett, 67

Bucknell, Salop, 78

The Sheriff of Hants, 178 Steadman v. Collett, 45

Tomson v. Judge, 217

The Burial Board of Melcombe

Stanway, 92

Steinburg v. Hopkins, 161

Topping v. Hetherington, 71, 146, 178

Regis, 92

St. Giles's-in-the-Fields, 112 Sterens v. Midland Railway Company Towns r. Mead, 145

Carlisle and another, 84

Sturge, 58, 78, 143, 157

and Lander, 70

Train and another r. Watson, 59

Coates, 144

Surgashall, 78

Stobart r. Todel, 225

Tress v. Savage, 58, 156, 158, 190, 208

and another, 180

The Trustees of the Commercial- Stoessiger r. South-Eastern Railway Trickett v. Jarman, 68, 95

Collver, Bayley, and others, 111 road East, 92, 112

Company, 65

Trimmer r. Danby, 125

The Commissioners of Land-tax

The Trustees of St. Luke's, 174 Stokes r. Grissell, 80, 95, 114

Troughton 1. Chaplin, executor of

for the division of Gartree in Leices-

The Trustees of the South

Marvel, 68

Harmer, 82

tershire, 163

Shields Turnpike-road, 78

Stone r. Godfrey, 289

Trustees of River Lea r. The New River

Cooper and another, 93

The Trustees of the Worthing Storry v. Walsh, 35

Company, 157, 171

Coyle, 78. 99

and Lancing Turnpike-roads, 114, 169 S!orm r. Stirling, 92, 114, 187

Turney v.

117

Cudden, 147

The Vicar, &c. of Bourne, 1.13 Suffolk v. Martin, 80

Dodwell, 38

Day, 78, 93

William Walker, 99

Sutton v. Cassaldine, 59

Frederick Day, 156

Ward, 58

Castledine, 71

UNDERWOOD v. WING, 339

Dent and others, justices, &c.,

Wendron, 157, 174

Swan v. Pooley, 163, 178

VASING v. WATSOX, 71, 178

174

Joseph Whiteman, 99

Sweeting and others r. Darthey and

Vaughan

The Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Williams, 76

others, 80

Vanderstegen in

and Worcestershire Junction Rail-

John Wing, 78

Aunesley, 309, 328

- v. Darthey and others, 93

Wiggins, 309

way Company, 144

Worthing and Lancing Turn- Swift v. Spooley, 303

Vidi r. Smith, 144, 174, 231

Doody, 12

pike-road Trustces, 92

Synnot and others r. Simpson, 263

Vincent r. Godson, 85

Eardisland, 93, 144

The Zoological Society, 144, 171 Symonds r. Brown, 174

East Stonehouse, 77

-, on the prosecution of Alleyne, v.

WADE v. DOWLING, 157, 187

The Eastern Archipelago Com- Newton, 157

TALBOT R. LAROCHE, 115

Tattersall, 324

-, on the prosecution of Chaffers, v. Tapling v. Waterhouse, 92

Wadsworth r. Bentley, 65

Featherstone, 164

Roberts, 178

Tate r. Leithhead, 252

Walcot r. Botfield, 127

Greenhow, 157

on the prosecution of Chaffers, v. Taunton v. Magnay, 50

Walker 1. Mann, 161

Hamp, 174

S. C. E. Scott, 178

Taylor v. The Crowland Gas, Coal, and

Newton, 82

Hamp and others, 174

on the prosecution of the Church- Coke Company, 59, 146, 194

Wallis r. Pvecroff, 163

Harris, Thomas, 81

wardens of Whitwick, 1. Abney and

Dove, 58, 129

Ware 2. Watson, 319

Harvey, 256

others, justices of Leicestershire, and

Nestield, 60, 206

Warrin r. Thomas, 185

Monk Haziedine, 174

Stinson, 144, 206

Smith, 66

Warwicker. Lucas and another, 147, 180

Hibbert, 93

-, on the prosecution of Laing, r.

Tindall and others, 174, 270 Waterlow and other r. Cotton, 190

Howard and another, 71

The Inhabitants of Allen, 174

Wade, 270

Waters r. Waters, 242

Hutchinson, 67, 114

on the prosecution of Viscount Terrell v. Hutto!ı, 13

Watson v. Spratley, 82, 178

Inhabitants of Allen, 144

Drumlanrig, v. George William Rey- | The Aina (Mystrom, master), 211 Watts r. Rees, 82

Inhabitants of Bengeworth, 77 nolds and John Dix, 179, 180 The Butralo Company r. Spence, 114

administrator, r. Rees, 96, 177

The Inhabitants of Blaxley, 66 on the prosecution of the Water- The Earl of Shrewsbury c. The Coun- and wife v. Porter, 67, 78, 93,

The Inhabitants of Bucknell man's Company, v. Reed, 156

tess of Shrewsbury. 813

174, 228

Salop, 142

Richards v. Beavis, 78

The Ecclesiastical Commissioners of Webb r. Evans and another, C6, 157

Inhabitants of Bargate, 144,

The Queen's Proctor, 248 England r. The London and South- Webster v. La Mort, 103

155

Ridgway v. Cannon, 143

Western Railway Company, 176 Weeks v. Reid and Orme, 71

The Inhabitants of Eardisland, Ring and another 1. Harris, 58, 144 The Governor and Guardians of the

Snell, 224

174, 189

Ritchie r. Van Giller, 81

Parish of St. Mary, Newington, v. Wenham t'. Bauer, 176

The Inhabitants of Sandon, 64 Roberts v. Davis, 68

Hammond, 181

West r. Kerr, 24

Jervis, 67, 77

Robertson, 82, 96

The Great Northern Railway Company

Francis Jones and Mary Hod- | Robinson v. Lowater, 17, 85

v. Harrison, 247

Westbrook r. Blyth, 144

Robison v. Bull, 163

The Great Northern Railway Company Vesterton v. Davidson, 233

Justices of Hull, 144, 209, 231 Roger . Arch, 163

v. The South Yorkshire and River Betton x. Hodd, 68, 79

The Justices of Kent, 92, 147 Rodrigues v. Belhuish and others, 71, Dun Railway Company, 117

Weyer v. Weyer, 12

The Justices of Kesteven, 157 163, 177

The Guardians of the Poor of the Lex- Whatey v. Hill, 288

Justices of Lancashire, 93 Rogers v. Bedale, 114

den and Minster Union r. Thomas Wheeler and another r. Bavidge, 82

Justices of Lincolnshire, 78 Rollin and another v. Steward, P.O.cf Southgate, 163, 178

Whitbread r. Smith, 2

The Justices of Middlesex, 58, the East of England Bank, 114 The Guardians of the Poor of the Old-White r.

82

93

Rollins r. Steward and others, 95

ham Union v. The Mayor, &c. of the and another v. Crisp and others,

Justices of Southampton, 76 Rowbery v. Viorgan, 71, 97, 129

Borough of Oldham, 245

163, 300

The Justices of Staffordshire | Rowell r. Catley, 271

The Ida (Steen, master), 308

Whitmore r. Owen, 92

and the Overseers of Kingswinford, 91 Rowley v. Rowley, 55

The Imperial Gaslight and Coke Com- | Wickham r. Gatriel, 2:22

The Justices of the West

Stuart. 59

pany r. The London Gas Company, Wilkin r. Reid, 95, 160

Riding of Yorkshire, 141

Salmon 1. lIowitz, 77

146

and another r. Manning, 69

Kennedy and others, 58
Samuel r. Spencer, 92

The Johanna Emilie or Emilia (Outjes, | Wilkinson r. Dunkley, 82

Larkin, 180

Sanderson v. Proctor, 179

master), 322

Harvey, 176

Leigh, Trafford, and another, Saurders r. Richardson, 18

The Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses

Kirby, 177

justices, &c. 180

Savery i'. Underwood, 141

of Faversham v. Ryder, 282

Williams r. The Great Western Rail-

The Linnean Society, 144, 186 Saxton v. Clapham and others, 190, The Newmarket Railway Company, way Company, 162

Local Board of Health of Swan- 209, 244

Apps., v. The Church wardens, &c., of

Lewis, 92

Scheydt v. Mitchell, 174

St. Andrew-the-Less, Cambridge,

Trye, 72

The Lord and Steward of the Schofield r. Cahuac, 3

Resps., 87

Wilmot v. Rose, 76

Manor of lloughton, 93

Schroder v. Schroder, 280

The Newmarket Railway Company | Wilson r. Braddyll, 81

The Lords, Bailitis, and Stewards Scott r. Scott, 27

(Plaintiffs in Error) v. Foster and

Dusany, 72

of Romney Marsh, 174

Seeley v. Henty, 93, 114

others (Defendants in Error), 172

Wilson, 58, 80, 134, 158

William Luckett, 144, 174

Shackel r. F. Mole, 66

The North-Western Railway, App., v. Wing v. Harvey, 120

Mablethorpe, 92
Sharshaw v. Gibbs, 37

Whinray, Resp., 163

Winship the younger r. Hudspeth, 19,

The Manchester, Sheffield, and Shaw r. Moore, 71

The Times Life Assurance Company r. 146, 162

Lincolnshire Railway Company, 92, Shea r. Boschetti, 137

Swann, 114

Winterbottom v. Taylore, 121

209, 287
Sheard r. Webl), 48

The Trustees of the River Lea r. The Wire v. Pemberton, 345

Mann, 12

Shedden r. Patrick, 194

New River Company, 144

Wood v. Judd, 80

The Mavor and Assessors of Sheval r. V.Lellan, 71.

The York, Newcastle, and Berwick

Midler, 59

Clifton, Dartmouth Hardness, 92, Shouksmith v. Gillards, 180

Railway Company, Apps., v. Crisp

The Governor and Company

157

Sillim v. Thornton, 157, 174, 187

and others, Resps., 78

of Copper Miners of England, 80, 95,

Mitchell, 66, 72

Simmons v. Marsh, 191

Theobald v. "The Railway Passengers

176, 190

Newton, 99, 174

Simms 1. Edmunds, 1 15

Insurance Company, 71, 146, 178, 222

Walton, 78

Ann Norris, 258

Simons r. Brown. 93

Thomas r. Cooper, 211

Woodhouse v. Woodhouse, 138

Orchard and Cox, 81

Slade r. Cadell, 96

Russell, 71, 81, 82

Woodrow r. The Ambergate Railway

W. H. Orchard and another, Slim r. Great Northern Railway Com- Thompson v. Bell, 71

Company, 66

144

pany, 161, 176

Sheppard, 209

Wooodward v. Walton, 71

Pearce, 333

Small t. Currie, 213

and others r. Larzarus, 161 Wye v. Willicum, 59

Petrie, 157, 180
Smith v. Adams, 107, 216, 325

v. Bell, Public Oftieer of the Wynch r. Grant, 151
The Pharmaceutical Society, 93

Codd, 71, 178

National Provincial Bank, 178 Wynne and others r. Pierce, 71
David Pratt, 164

Cooke, 174, 209

Thornton v. Kempson, 180

Reid, 157

Dodge, 174

Tibbetts r. Foll, 71, 191

v. Hancock, 67

Robinson, 72,97

Eldridge and another, 161, 270 | Tidd r. Lister, 101

v. Taylor, 71

ges, 99

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