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ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE
HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY,
DURING THE YEARS 1846 and 1847.
Erchequer of Pleas:
HODGES AND SMITH, 104 GRAFTON STREET.
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.
The Right Hon. David RICHARD Pigot.
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.