54 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1885)

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                  REPORTS
                        OF

CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED

             *11 tihe Vouss of KLoAW~

     (0N APPEAL FROM THE COURT OF APPEAL IN ACTIONS
               IN THE CHANCERY DIVISION),
                     REPORTED BY
            LIONEL LANCELOT SHADWELL,
                   BARRISTER-AT-LAW;
                        IN

      per galcetv'     Court of Appeal
          (ON APPEAL FROM THE CHANCERY DIVISION),

                     REPORTED ,BY

  ARTHUR CLEMENT EDDIS, GEORGE ABBOTT STREETEN
                and EDWARD NASH,
                  BARRISTERS-AT-LAW;
                     AND IN THE

              C14ancerp ;Dbizton
                        OF

     THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
                     REPORTED BY

  DAVID PITCAIRN, CECIL C.-M. DALE, ARTHUR CORDERY,
        JAMES E. HORNE, GEORGE A. STREETEN,
   WILLIARX COWELL DAVIES, LEWIS BOYD SEBASTIAN,
JAMES EYRE THOMPSON, REGINALD BROIRICK SCHOMBERG,
            and JOHN FRANCIS WAGGETT,
                  BARRISTERS-ATLAW.


                     EDITED BY
      MONTAGU CHAMBERS, ONE OF HER MAJESTY'S COUNSEL,
    FREDERICK HOARE COLT AND JOHN GEORGE WITT,
                   BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.


        MICHAELMAS 1884 TO MICHAELMAS 1885

                 48 & 49 VICTORN.

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