29 Part 1 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1860)

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                               THE

    LAW JOURNAL REPORTS
                                FOR
                      THE YEAR 1860:
                             COMPRISING

              REPORTS OF CASES

                    I~n tbe 3 otta of Korbe;,
                       AND IN THE COURTS OF
                  Cbian  rp amb in Banhruptep,
 Probatk, 'ti  rre anb Iffatrimonial Caue!, ant 9Omiraltp,
              0ttIM' Bench anb the Badl Court,

   omma       Vtn Iea, 2rcbequcr, anD   Oydrquer    6Ibamber,
                               FROM
        MICIAELMAS TERM      1859, TO TRINITY TERM    1860,
                         BOTH INCLUSIVE.

  Tte House of Lords Cases are given in the Courts of Chancery and Common Law respectively: Decisions
in Error and on Appedl in the Exchequer Chamber will be found in the respective Courts from which
the Errors and 2ppea4 come; the Common Pleds includes the Appeals from Revising Barristers; and the
County Court Apial are in the Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer respectively.

THE CASES RELATiE.G TO THE POOR LAWS, THE CRIMINAL LAW AND OTHER SUBJECTS CHIEFLY
        COHEQTZV WITH THE DUTIES AND OFFICE OF MAGISTRATES, ARE
            SEPFARATELY ARRANGED, 'AND FORM PART III. OF THE WORK.

THE DEc io SIJN THE PROBATE COURT, THE DIVORCE AND iATRIMONIAL CAUSES
        COQURT, AND THE ADMIRALTY COURT, ARE SEPARATELY ARRANGED,
                     AND FORM PART IV. OF THE WORK.-


                            EDITED BY
      MO]TAQU CHAMBERS, ESQ. ONE oP HER MAJESTY'S COUNSEL,
                FRANCIS TOWERS STREETEN, ESQ.
                                AND
        GEORGE STEVENS ALLNUTT, EsQ. BARRIS'ERS-AT-LAW.


                       VOL. XXXVIII.

               NEW SERIES-VOL. XXIX.
          PART I. CHANCERY AND BANKRUPTCY.

                            LONDON:
              Printed by James Holmes, 4, Took's,Court, Chancery Lane.
 PUBLISHED BY EDWARD BRET INCE, 5, QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.
                            MDCCCLX.

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