56 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1887)

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                         THE

LAW JOURNAL IRE PORTS
                          FOR

                    THE YEAR 1887.

                CASES RELATING TO
       THE POOR LAW, THE CRIMINAL LAW,
                 AND OTHER SUBJECTS
                   CHIEFLY CONNECTED WITH

   Zbjje tutte    anb Office of 9agietrates,
                       DECIDED IN
     THE HOUSE OF LORDS, THE COURT OF APPEAL,
             THE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION,
   AND IN THE COURT FOR CROWN CASES RESERVED,
           MICHAELMAS 1886 TO MICHAELMAS 1887.

                        REPORTED
   lin tle auren'# 3Uncb i3ibi~ion at in the Court for 0rolrnn Cayak  3AlrjIrvbc,
                          BY
  GILBERT GEORGE KENNEDY, RICHARD HOLMDEN AMIPBLETT,
     EDWARD BENNETT CALVERT, GEORGE HUMPHREYS,
     GILBERT METCALFE, CHARLES AGACE FERARD, AND
               WILLIAM MOXON BROWNE,
                    BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.
                    git tbe J1aut of  orbl,
                          BY
              LIONEL LANCELOT SHADWELL.
                   ,t$ t Coltrt of %pirad,
                          BY
    W. DECIMUS I. FOULKES, WILLIAM E. GORDON, AND
                  GEORGE HUMPHREYS.


                MAGISTRATES' CASES.

                   VOLUME LVI.
         [CO.NTEMPORARY WITH LAW REP. 18 & 19 Q.B. D.; 12 APP. CAS.I

                       LONDON:
           PRINTED BY SPOTTISWOODE AND CO., NEW-STREET SQUARE.
  IUBISEED BY F. E. STREETEN, 5 QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.

                     MDCCCLXXXVII.

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