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A. GORDON, Esq., OP THE INNER TEMPLE;
THE CASES IN THIS VOLUME BEFORE THE LORD CHANCELLOR
ARE REPORTED BY
THOSE BEFORE THE LORDS JUSTICES OF THE COURT OF APPEAL BY
MR. DE GEX.
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LORD CRANWORTH, Lord Chancellor.
? | Attorneys-General. SIR RICHARD BETHELL,
SIR RICHARD BETHELL,
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JAMES Solicitors-General.
ALEXANDER STUART WORTLEY,
On the 19th of November 1856, Sir Alexander James Edmund Cockburn, Knight, Her Majesty's Attorney-General, was appointed Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, in the place of the Right Honourable Sir John Jervis, Knight, deceased.
On the 22nd of November, Sir Richard Bethell, Her Majesty's Solicitor-General, was appointed to be Her Majesty's Attorney-General, in the place of Sir Alexander James Edmund Cockburn.
On the same day, the Right Honourable James Alexander Stuart Wortley, Q.C. and Recorder of London, was appointed to be Her Majesty's Solicitor-General, in the place of Sir Richard Bethell.
NAMES OF CASES REPORTED
IN THIS VOLUME.
- v. Stephens 111 Blewitt, In re . . .