62 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) [i] (1893)

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                          THE

LAW JOURNAL REPORTS
                          FOR
                    THE YEAR 1893.

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

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                        DECIDED IN
      THE HOUSE OF LORDS, THE COURT OF APPEAL,
             THE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION,
    AND IN THE COURT FOR CROWN CASES RESERVED.
           MICHAELMAS 1892 TO MICHAELMAS 1893.

                        REPORTED
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                          BY
     RICHARD HOLMDEN AMPHLETT, GILBERT METCALFE,
     JOSEPH SMITH, FRANCIS BOOKER FITZROY COWPER,
SPENCER LANGTON HOLLAND, REGINALD CAUTLEY SAUNDERS,
                 AND FREDERICK RITTER;
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                          BY
                 JAMES EYRE THOMPSON;
                   gn tbc Court tif %ppraT,
                          BY
  WILLIAM E. GORDON, GEORGE HUMPHREYS, JOSEPH SMITH,
FRANCIS BOOKER FITZROY COWPER, AND AMYAND JOHN HALL,
                     BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

                MAGISTRATES' CASES.
                  VOLUME LXII.
      (CoxTEmPORARY  WITH  LAW  REP. [1893]  1 Q.B.; [1893] 2 Q.B.; [1893] A. C. ]

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

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