32 Part 2 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1863)

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                               THE

     LAW JOURNAL REPORTS
                                FOR
                      THE YEAR 1863:
                              COMPRISING

              REPORTS OF CASES
                     In the 3Loue of Korb!,
                        AND IN THE COURTS OF
              Cbaianre'  an  3ppral in Bankrtiptrp,
     jrobatt, Biboru    anti  1atrtinonial Catwo,      inirfraltp,
               (ptlri'! Bendl) aub the Bail Court,

      common Vita, ®rrbrqurr, OrcIjquer C0amba, anl

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

 teouse of .Lords Cases are given in the Courts of Chancery and Common Law r.espectively : Decisions
 Sand on Appeal in the Exchequer Chamber vnll be found in the respective Courts from which
 t   ors and Appeals come; the £ommon Pleas includes the Appeals from Revising Barristers; and the
 Ctountv:jour Appeals are in the Qeen's Bench, C ommo Pecs, and Echequer relecivel.

 THE CASES 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.

SioCISIONS IN THE PROBATE COURT, THE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES
   -COURT, AND THE HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY, WITH THE CASES DECIDED ON
            APPEAL FROM THOSES COURTS, ARE SEPARATELY ARRANGED,
                     AND FORM PART IV. OF THE WORK.

                            EDITED BY
      MONTAGU CHAMBERS, ESQ. ONE oF HER MAJESTY'S COUNSEL,
                FRANCIS TOWERS STREETEN, ESQ.
                                AND
         FREEMAN OLIVER HAYNES, ESQ. BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

                          VOL. XLI.

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

                            LONDON:
              Printed by James Holmes, 4, Took's Court, Chancery Lane.
 PUBLISB ED BY EDWARD BEET INCE, 5, QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.
                           MDCCCLXIII.

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