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Skuse v. Davis, 2 P. & D. 550

D. 550 ..

.. .. .. .. .. Assault Smith v. Blake, 8 D. P. C. 130, 133 .. .. .. Arbitration, 2, 3 South Eastern Railway Company v. Sprot, 3 P. & D. 110 . Pleading, 3 Spence v. Barker, 8 D. P. C. 296 .. .. .. .. Process, 3 Spiller v. Johnson, 8 D. P. C. 368 .. .. Banking Copartnerships' Act Stapleton v. Nowell, 6 M. & W. 9; 8 D. P. C. 196 i o. Pleading, 7 Steinkeller v. Newton, 1 Scott's N. R. 148 .. .. .. Witness, 3 Stockdale v. Hansard, 8 D. P. C. 148, 297

Writ of Inquiry Storeỳ v. Garrey, 8 D. P. C. 299 .. . .. . Arbitration, 5 Storý v. Houlditch, 1 Scott's N. R. 206 ii . i . Costs, 4 Sturge v. Buchanan, 2 P. & D. 573

.. Evidence, 1 Swann v. Suiton, 2 P. & D. 533 .

...Insolvent, 1 Sykes v. Maclise, 8 D. P. C. 145 .. .. .. .. Attorney, 5 Taylor v. Nichols, 6 M. & W. 91 ; 8 D. P. C. 242 . Warrant of Attorney, 1 Thom v. Chinnock, 1 Scott's N. R. 138 .. .. .. .. Costs, 2 Thompson v. Jackson, 1 Scott's N. R. 157 .. .. .. Pleading, 6 Todd v. Fellingham, 8 D. P. C. 372

Costs, 11 Tucker v. Newman, 3 P. & D. 14

Action on the Case Twynam, Ex parte, 8 D. P. C. 293 .. .. .. .. Attorney, 8 Uther v. Rich, 2 P. & D. 579

Bills and Notes, 2 Vandersteegen v. Witham, 8 D. P. C. 369 .. .. .. Practice, 24 Vyse v. Wakefield, 8 D. P. C. 377

Covenant, 2 Waller v. Lacy, 1 Scott's N. R. 186 si Attorney, 3; Statute of Limitations Watts v. Ball, 1 Scott's N. R. 173 ..

Writ of Trial White v. Urwin, 8 D. P. C. 202 «. i. .. .. .. .. Bail Wilcox v. Lemon, 8 D. P. C. 144

. Prisoner Wilkinson v. Godefroy, 9 Ad. & E. 536 .

Assumpsit Williams v. Griffith, 6 M. & W. 32

Attorney, 4 - v. Higgs, 6 M. & W. 133; 8 D. P. C. 165 .. .. Venue, 1

y. Williams, & D. P. C. 220 .. .. .. .. Witness, 4 Wilsoit v. Hoare, 2 P. & D. 659 .. .. .. .. .. Manor Wood v. Manley, 3 P. & D. 5

License Worley v. Cunningham, 8 D. P. C. 139 .. .. .. Bills and Notes, 8 Wright v. Lewis, 8 D. P. C. 298 .. .. .. .. Affidavit, 2 Yates v. Dublin Steam Packet Company, 6 M. & W.77 ... Practice, 5 Young v. Higgon, 6 M. & W. 49; 8 D. P. C. 212 ... Notice of Action, 2

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Darke v. Martyn, 525 .. .. .. .. .. .. Trustee, 4. Davies v. Morgan, 405

Evidence, 2_Will, 6. Dibbs v. Goren, 457 .. ..

Practice, 1. Field v. Hutchinson, 599 ..

.. Statute of Frauds. Fox v. Suwerkrop, 583 ..

Next Friend, 1. Garland v. Littlewood, 527 ..

.. Decree. Gath v. Burton, 478 .. ... .

.. Will, 2. Greenwood v. Wakeford, 576

. Trustee, 5. Heanor Friendly Society, In re, 508 .. .. .. Friendly Society. Hereford v. Ravenhill, 481 ..

.. .. Personal Estate. Hill v. Gomme, 540 .. .. .. .. Agreement, 1--Executors. Hodge v. Lewin, 431 ..

.. .. Practice, 7. Holden v, Hearn, 445 .. .. .. . Evidence, 1—Pleading-Practice, 8. Jacob v. Lucas, 436 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Parties, 2. Kay v. Marshall .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Patent. Keys v. Keys, 425 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Practice, 11. Lee v. Fernie, 483 ..

Power. Lindo v. Lindo, 496

Construction. Lippiat v. Holley, 423

.. .. Infant. Low v. Carter, 426 ..

.. Will, 4. Mills v. Finlay, 560 ..

.. Solicitor, 1. Morris v. Timinins, 411 .. .. .. Agreement, 2-Partition, 1, 2. Oliver v. Burt, 583 .. .. .. .. .. .. Practice, 6. Parker v. Burney, 492 .. .. .. .. . .. Practice, 12. Poole v. Pass, 600 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Mortgagee. Powell v. Davies, 532 ..

.. Will, 5. Rugby School, Re, 457 . .. ... .. .. .. Charity, 2, 3, 4. Sale v. Sale, 586 ... .. . .. . . Next Friend, 2. Silvertop v. Ramsay, 484 .. .. .. .. .. .. Solicitor, 2. Simpson v. Burton, 556 ..

Practice, 10. Spire v. Smith, 419 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Will, 3. Swallow v. Swallow

In note to Hodge v. Lewin. Tawney vi Ward, 563 .. .. .. .. i . Will, 1, 8. Taylor v. Scrivens, 571 .. .. .. .. .. .. Practice, 2. Tench v. Cheese, 571 o. si .. .. .. .. Practice, 4. Traile v. Bull, 475 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Practice, 5. Treveleyan v. White, 588

.. Practice, 9. Vance v. Vance, 605 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Gifts. Vickers v. Cowell, 529 .. .. .. .. .. .. Parties, 1. Walker v. Moore, 607 .. ..

.. Will, 7. Whittem v. Sawyer, 593 ..

.. Husband and Wife. Willis v. Kibble, 559. .. .. .. .. .. .. Trustee, 2. Willmott v. Jenkins, 401

. i . Administration of Assets.

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BANKRUPTCY. Brown, Exp. and re, 1 Mont. & Chit. 361

i. Practice, 1. Cattley, Exp. re Goodwin, 360 .. .. .. .. Petitioning Creditor, 4. Cook, Re, 349 . i .. .. .. .. Petitioning Creditor, 2. Fisher, Exp. and re, 345 .. .. .. oo .. ...

. Practice, 6. Goodbody, Exp. re Freeman, 283

Practice, 11. James, Re, 349 .. .. . . .. .. .. .. Practice, 4. Knibb, Re, 290 .. . .. .. .. .. .. Practice, 7. Marindin, Exp. and re, 282

Practice, 9. May, Exp. re Jones, 285 .. .. .. .. .. .. Assignees. Nesbitt, Exp. re Mould, 362 .. .. .. .. Petitioning Creditor, 3. Palmer, Exp. re Peach, 364 .. .. .. .. .. Practice, 3. Pollard, Exp. re Courtney . .. .. .. .. Special Case, 1. Rhands, Exp. re Morris, 348 so .. .. .. .. Practice, 2. Rowe, Exp. and re, 334 .. .. .. .. Act of Bankruptcy–Fiat. Sale, Re, 350 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Practice, 8. Smith, Exp. re Clark, 347

.. Practice, 10. Southall, Exp. and re, 346

Petitioning Creditor, 1. Storey, Re, 362 .. ...

.. Practice, 5. Terrewest, Exp. re Poynter .. .. .. .. .. Special Case, 2. Whisson, Exp. re Carter, 274 .. .. .. .. Official Assignee.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Don v. Lippman, 5 Clark & Fin. 1 .. ..

.. Conflict of Laws. Evans v. Hillier, 114

Appeal on Reported Case. Galwey v. Baker, 157 .. .. .. .. .. Bill of Exceptions. Miller v. Rowan, 99 .. ..

.. Trust, 1-Charity. Shaw v. Lawless, 129 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Trust, 2. Williams v. Kershaw, 111 .. .. .. In note to Miller v. Rowan.

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PRIVY COUNCIL.
Adams, In re, 1 Moore, 460 .
Armstrong v. Huddleston, 478 ..
Chowdry v. Mullick, 404 .. .. .. . ..
Davidson v. Johnson, 409
Heathorn v. Darling, 5 ...
Monckton, In re, 455 ..
Palmer v. Barrett, 415
Sherwood v. Ray, 353 ..
Thornton v. Robin, 439 .. .. .. ie

Alien. .. Costs. .. Practice, 2.

.. Trinidad. .. Bottomry. . Attorney.

.. Practice, 1. .. Marriage, 1, 2. .. .. Jersey.

ABSTRACT OF THE PUBLIC GENERAL STATUTES.

(3 & 4 VICTORIA.)

Cap. 1. An Act for exhibiting a Bill in this present Parliament, for naturalizing
His Serene Highness Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and Gotha.

[24th January, 1840.] CAP. 2. An Act for the Naturalization of His Serene Highness Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and Gotha.

[271h February, 1840.] Cap. 3. An Act for enabling Her Majesty to grant an Annuity to His Serene Highness Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and Gotha.

[7th February, 1840.] Cap. 4. An Act to apply the Sum of Two Millions to the Service of the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty.

[24th February, 1840.] CAP. 5. An Act to repeal so much of an Act passed in the Thirteenth Year of the

Reign of His Majesty King George the Second, intituled “An Act to restrain and prevent the excessive Increase of Horse Races, and for amending an Act made in the last Session of Parliament, intituled · An Act for the more effectual preventing excessive and deceitful Gaming,'” as related to the subject of Horse Racing.

. [23rd March, 1840.] Cap. 6. An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

[3rd April, 1840.] CAP. 7. An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty.

[3rd April, 1840.] Cap. 8. An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on Shore.

[3rd April, 1840.]. Cap. 9. An Act to give summary Protection to Persons employed in the Publication of Parliamentary Papers.

[14th April, 1840.] S. 1. Persons who now are or hereafter shall be defendants in any criminal proceedings commepeed or prosecuted on account of the publication of any report paper, votes, or proceedings of either house of parliament, by them or their servants, by or under the authority of either house of parliament, may bring before the court or a judge, giving twenty-four hours' notice of their intention to do so, a certificate of the lord chancellor or lord keeper, or of the speaker, or the clerk of the parliaments, or of the house of commons, that the report, &c. was published by order or under the authority of the house, with an affidavit. verifying such certificate ; and the court or a judge shall thereupon immediately stay the proceedings, and the same, and every writ or process issued thereon, shall be put an end to and superseded by virtue of this act.

S. 2. In case of any proceeding in respect of the publication of any copy of any such report, &c., the defendant may, at any stage of the proceedings, lay before the court or judge such report, &c., and such copy, with an affidavit verifying the report, &c., and the copy, and the court or judge shall immediately stay the proceedings, &c.

S. 3. In any proceeding for printing any extract or abstract from such re. port, &c., the defendant may give in evidence, under the general issue, such

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report, &c. and show that the extract or abstract was published bonâ fide or without malice; and if such shall be the opinion of the jury, a verdict of not guilty shall be entered.

S. 4. Nothing herein contained to be construed directly or indirectly to affect the privilege of parliament. CAP. 10. An Act to authorize the issue of Exchequer Bills for Public Works and Fisheries, and Employment of the Poor.

[14th April, 1840.] Cap. 11. An Act to settle an Annuity on Lord Seaton and the Two next surviving

Heirs Male of the Body of the said Lord Seaton, to whom the title of Lord Seaton

shall descend, in consideration of his important Services. [19th May, 1840.] CAP. 12. An Act for raising the Sum of Eleven Millions by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty.

. [19th May, 1840.] Cap. 13. An Act to amend an Act of the First and Second Years of the Reign of

Her present Majesty, to abolish Composition for Tithes in Ireland, and to substitute Rent Charges in lieu thereof.

[19th May, 1840.] CAP. 14. An Act to continue for One Year, and to the End of the then present Session or Parliament, the Acts for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in Ireland.

[19th May, 1840.] Cap. 15. An Act further to explain and amend the Acts for the Commutation o Tithes in England and Wales.

[4th June, 1840.] S. 1. Empowers the commissioners, by declaration in writing under their hands and seal, 10 delare lands discharged from tithes in certain cases, after confirmation of the award or agreement for gross rent-charge; the day to be fixed for commencement of the rent-charge to be the day on which any existing composition shall determine, or the 1st of January, April, July, or October, before or after the date of the agreement or award'; intermediate payments made between such day and the date of the first payment of the rent-charge to be deducted.

S. 2. Leases of tithes granted before the 25th March, and to determine by the 1st January next, not to be avoided by this act.

S. 3. Notice of declaration to be published in the county newspapers within twenty-one days after its date, at the expiration of which time the provisions of the recited acts shall be applicable to the new rent-charge from the period fixed by the declaration.

S. 4. Provision for the land owner's paying an estimated proportion of the rent-charge in exoneration of the security. - S. 5. Certificate of the commissioners, or an office copy of it, to be evidence of the right to recover or retain the amount or excess in payment made by the land-owner or his tenant.

S. 6. Provision for tenant paying, in the place of his landlord, an estimated proportion of the rent charge in exoneration of the security.

S. Provision for recovery of such rent-charge from persons giving security for the same.

S. 8. Remedy for the land-owner against whom execution has issued : power to obtain a summons before a judge, for taking accounts between the person giving security and the land-owners liable to contribute to it: no security to be available against any lands for more than two years' payment or arrear, unless the commissioners shall by endowment have enlarged the period for not exceed. ing twelve months.

S. 9. If the security be insufficient, the arrears may be recovered as if they accrued subsequent to the confirmation of an appointment.

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