58 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1889)

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                        THE

LAW JOURNAL REPORTS

                   THE YEAR 1889:


                     CASES
                       IN THE

 orobate,   Diborce anb Xbmtraltp       Otbiston
                         OF
      THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
                      REPORTED BY
        HENRY STOKES AND LOUIS DISTON POWLES,
                   BAREISTERS-AT.LAw;
              AND ON APPEAL THEREFROM
                         IN

Tbe Court of Appeal anb fouse of lLorb0s,
                      REPORTED BY
     W. DECIMUS I. FOULKES, ARTHUR CLEMENT EDDIS,
        WILLIAM EDWARD GORDON, EDWARD NASH,
      GEORGE HUMPHREYS, HARRY BAIRD HEMMING,
                        AND
      (in the Howe of Lords) LIONEL LANCELOT SHADWELL,
                    BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.


          MICHAELMAS 1888 To MICHAELMAS 1889.



       PROBATE, DIVORCE AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION.

               VOLUME       LVIII.
           Co~ymmpoRAJY  wITH  LAw  BsP. 14 P.D.; 14 APp. 0.


                      LONDON :
           PRnTRD BY SPOTTISWOODE AND CO., NEW-STMOT SQUARE.
   PUBLISHED BY F. X. STREETEN, 6 QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.

                    MDCCCLXXXIX.

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