29 Part 2 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1860)

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                              THE

    LAW JOURNAL REPORTS
                               FOR

                     THE YEAR 1860:
                            COMPRISINO
              REPORTS OF CASES


                     *te joult of K'ot'bo.
                     AND IN THE COURTS OF
                  C1)anr.rp anD in Zanhruptcp,
 jb~te, M3iorce anti ;ffatrimonial C          aa umfrgtp
              Ourrn'!5 Benrb ailb the 33ail Coaurt,

   U Ihnon   Vrna5, Orrbequer, anb     Ocrtbrqurr  'banybtr,
                              FROM
       MICHAELMAS TERM      1859, TO TRINITY TERM   1860,
                         BOTH INCLUSIVE.

  e c 1Hdhuse of Lords Cases are given in the Courts of Chance y and Common Law respectively: Decisions
in Por and on Appeal in the Exchequaer Chamber will be found in the respective Courts from which
the Errors and Appeals come; the Common Pleas includes the Appeals from Revising Barristers; and the
Cosy { trt Appeals are in the Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer respectively.


Tim fR's RELATING TO THE PooR LAWS, THE CRIMINAL LAW AND OTHER SUBJECTS CHIEFLY
       CONNECTED WITH THE DUTIES AND OFFICE OF MAGISTRATES, ARE
           SEPARATELY ARRANGED, AND FORM PART III. OF THE WORK.

TiM DEOJSIONS IN THE PROBATE COURT, THE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES
        COURT, AND THE ADMIRALTY COURT, ARE SEPARATELY ARRANGED,
                    AND FORM PART IV. OF THE WORK.


                           EDITED B Y
      MONTAGU CHAMBERS, ESQ. ONE OF HEF MAJESTY'S COUNSEL,
               FRANCIS TOWERS STREETEN, ESQ.
                               AliD
        GEORGE STEVENS ALLNUTT, ESQ. BARRISTFS-AT-LAW.


                      VOL. XXXVIII.


               NEW     SERIES-VOL. XXIX.
            PART II.   CASES AT    COMMON     LAW.



                           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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