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OF

CASES

ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE

HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY,

THE

ROLLS COURT,

AND THE

EQUITY EXCHEQUER,

DURING THE YEARS 1846 and 1847.

Chancery :
By JOHN E. WALSH, Esq. and EDWARD S. TREVOR, Esq.

Rolls:
By JOHN F. WALLER, Esq.

Erchequer of Pleas:
By ROSS S. MOORE, Esq. and LEWIS MORGAN, Esq.

Bankruptcy :
By JOHN CROKER CREIGHTON, Esq.

BARRISTERS-AT-LAW

VOL. IX.

DUBLIN:

HODGES AND SMITH, 104 GRAFTON STREET.

1847.

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Buring the period of these Reports.

HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY. Lord Chancellors.—Right Hon. Sir EDWARD BURTENSHAW SUGDEN.

Right Hon. MAZIERE BRADY. Master of the Rolls.- The Right Hon. Thos. BERRY CUSACK SMITH.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
Lord Chief Barons.The Right Hon. MAZIERE BRADY.

The Right Hon. David RICHARD Pigot.
Second Baron.-The Hon. RICHARD PENNEFATHER.
Third Baron.—The Right Hon. John RICHARDS.
Fourth Baron.—The Right Hon. THOMAS LEFROY.

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Note.-The changes which took place in the Judges and Law Officers since those noticed ante vol. 8, were the following :-In Michelmas 1847, the Hon. Mr. Justice Burton, Second Judge of the Queen's Bench, died, and the Right Hon. RICHARD MOORE, her Majesty's Attorney-General, was appointed a Justice of the Queen's Bench. The Right Hon. James Henry MONAHAN, her Majesty's Solicitor-General, was appointed Attorney-General; and John HATCHELL, Esq., Q.C., was appointed Solicitor-General.

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