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AEtGUED AND DETERMINED IN
THE COURT OF KING * BENCH,
TOGETHER WITH SOME OTHER CASES,
I.V MICHAELMAS, HILARY, EASTER, AXD TRINITY TERMS,
UlN'G THE WHOLE OF THE FORTY-FIFT1J YEAR or THE REIGN
TABLES OF THE NAMES OFTfHS CASES AXD OF THF
$Y JOHN PRINCE SMITH, ESQ.
OF GRAVs INN, BARRISTER AT LAW.
MtlSTED FOE W. CLARKE AND SONS, LAW BOOKSELLERS,
the publication of a second annual volume, the Reporter cannot let slip the opportunity of returning thanks for the very kind assistance which he has received, as well from the officers of the court, as from the gentlemen who have been concerned in the cases reported.
With respect to his mode of reporting, it is not necessary to repeat the design which he has had in view. He should, for his own part, consider that report as thebest which details the case and the arguments in the most concise manner, and which conveys a clear and accurate, brief exposition of the judgment. He has, probably, not quite succeeded in attaining this end, and has, too many times, erred on what may be called the safer side; yet, he hopes, that there will be found, in the present publication, 9uffi