57 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1888)

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                                  THE

     LAW JOURNAL REPORTS
                                   FOR

                         THE YEAR 1888:
                                coXRMm.n

               REPORTS OF CASES


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        THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

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                      gbnxtraftp., 13ibifon!5.

              MICHAELMAS 1887 TO MICHAELMAS 1888.

  The Appellate Cases, in the House of Lords, and in the Court of Appeal, are with the Reports of Cases
in the respective Divisions and Courts from which the Appeals come. These Cases form five distinct
Volumes, having separate Indexes of Subjects and Tables of Cases: viz., the Privy Council Volume ;
the Chancery Volume; the Queen's Bench or Common Law Volume, including Bankruptcy Cases; the
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Volume; and the Magistrates' Cases.

THx CASES RELTATIG TO THE PooR LAW, THE CRIMINAL LAW, AND OTHER SUBJECTS CHIEFLY
     CONNECTED WITH THE DUTIES AND OFFICE OF MAGISTRATES, ARE SEPARATELY ARRANGED,
          AND FORM A DISTINCT VOLUME OF REPORTS, VIZ. THE MAGImSTRATS' CASES.


'EI PRIVY COUNCIL CASES, INCLUDING SCOTCH AND IRISH APPEALS IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS,
   HAVE THEIR OWN INDEX AN]D TA I OF CASES, AND FORM A DISTINCT VOLUME OF REPORTS.


                      THE RFPORTS ARE EDITED BY
                  FREDERICK HOARE COLT, ESQ.,
                                  AND
             JOHN GEORGE WITT, EsQ., BA iSTERS-AT-LAw.


                 CHANCERY DIVISION, VOL. LVIT.
       [CO TE mOwRARY Wrfi LAW  REP. 37, 38, AND 39 Cu. DIv.; 13 APP. CAs.]


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

                            MDC0CLXXXVIIL

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