32 Part 1 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1863)

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                               THE
     LWJOURNAL REPORTS

                                FOR

                       THE YEAR 1863:
                              VOMPRiSInG

              REPORTS OF CASES
                     *na t1~t ou   of   orb ,

                        AND IN THE COURTS OP


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               @u~en's iiena   anb  tb~e i~afl ;it,
      Conuuon tas, @ bcquer, E 'btqu~r Cbainbtr, ans


                               FOM
          MICHAELMAS TERM 1862, TO TRINITY TERM, 1863,
                          BOTH INCLUSIVE.

  Tte I- e of Lrd Is Cam are ive jn e Cent of giavei  -y  Ind Common Lam r iety Decisiol
in En-   d on Apal in the Exe  Chamber muU be found m the respecs Coup-t from which
& Erhe  and Appels Iome ; the Cmmo Pleaa  ndde h Appeda fron. tevietnj Ba riater; and the
Cont 1or 6   8a are in dhe Quest 'S Becomos P'leat, and Excheqeuenectely.

THE CAS -  LAING TO THE PooR LAWS, THU CRIMINAL LAW AN-D O-ER fUBJUC8 OHIEFLY
        UGNE   DWITH Tair, DUTIES AND OF-CE OF MAGISTRATES, ARI
             SEPARATELY ARRANGED, AND FORM PART IIL OF THU WORK,

THE Dgciaoica IN THE PROBATE COURT, T  DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES
    UOURT, AND THE HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY WIH Ti CASES DIOIDAD ON
             APPEAL FRom TEos COURTS, ARE SEPARATELY ARRANGED,
                     AND FORM PART IV. OF TUB WoR.


                            EDITED BY
       MONTAGU CHAMBERS, ESQ. ONE OF Hza MAJEsTY'S CouNsYL,
                FRANCIS TOWERS STREETEN, EsQ.
                                AND
         FREEMAN OLIVER HAYNES, ESQ. BARRISTERS-AT-LAw.


                          VOL. XLI.

               NEW      SERIES-VOL. XXXII.
           PART 1. CHANCERY AND BANKRUPTCY.


                            LONDON:
              Prinad by J    tm e Hlma, 4, Took's Court, Chatry Lnne.
  PUBLISEED BY EDWARD BRAr INCE, 5, QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.
                           MDCCCLXII I.

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