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REPORTS OF CASES

ARGUED AND DETERMINED

IN THE

Courts of Exchequer & Exchequer Chamber,

AT LAW, IN EQUITY, AND IN ERROR,

FROM

MICHAELMAS TERM, 8 GEO. IV.

TO

MICHAELMAS TERM, 9 GEO. IV., BOTH INCLUSIVE:

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JUDGES

OF

THE COURT OF EXCHEQUER,

DURING THE PERIOD OF TIIESE REPORTS.

The Right Hon. Sir William ALEXANDER, Knt.,Lord Chief Baron.
Sir William Garrow, Knt.
Sir John HULLOCK, Knt.
Sir John Vaughan, Knt.

Sir James Scarlett, Knt., Attorney-General.
Sir Nicolas CONYNGHAM TINDAL, Knt., Solicitor-General.

Sir CHARLES Wetherell, Knt., Attorney-General.
Sir NicoLAS CONYNGHAM TINDAL, Knt., Solicitor-General.

MEMORANDUM.

The point raised by the plea in Bozon v. Williams, reported page 475, was again brought before the Court on the 22nd June, 1829, on demurrer, in a cause, Jones v. Yates. Bozon v. Williams, and the cases there referred to, and also a case in which a demurrer had been allowed by the Vice-Chancellor, were cited. The Lord Chief Baron expressed his intention, before he decided the case, to confer with the Master of the Rolls and the Vice-Chancellor on the subject. On the 1st July following, his Lordship stated, that he had consulted both those learned Judges, and that, on their joint opinion, supported by his own view of the case, he should overrule the demurrer, but, in consequence of the previous decisions, without costs. The Lord Chief Baron also observed, that, if the Master of the Rolls and the Vice-Chancellor continued of the opinion then entertained by them, the rule would, for the future, be different in the Court of Chancery.

The decree in Spong v. Spong, Vol. 1, page 300, was reversed on appeal to the House of Lords.

ERRATA.

Page 73, line 5, for orders" read “ order."

101, for “ acknowledgmentread “ justification.
113, 14, for “ subpæna," read “ venire facias.
146, marginal note, for “ meaning the plaintiffread

meaning the defendant and vice versa.
333, 16, for “ defendantread “ plaintiff."
372, 11, for “ proved vivá voce" read “offered to prove vivá

voce."
:15 of margin, for alienations ” read “ alienation."

TABLE

OF THE

NAMES OF CASES REPORTED

IN THIS VOLUME.

A.
Page

Page ADAMS v. Meredew - 417 Bettridge, Stone v.

482 Anonymous

- 101 Bevan v. Jones, Gent., One, Attorney-General v. Bell 431 &c.

- 264 v. BrooksBlakewey v. Edwards

• 559 bank

37 Blandford, Beed o. • 278 v. Wood - 290 Blunt, Rex o.

- 120 Attwood v. Small

72 Bond, Gent., Cassen, Gent. v. 531 Smallo,

- 512 Bottrell v. Summers - 407 Bozon v. Williams

475 British Museum, (Trustees B. of), v. Payne

166

Brittain, Fanshawe v.- • 575 Back, Ex parte

386 Brockbank, Bell v. - 181 Balme and Others, (Assig- Brooks v. Till

- 276 nees of Bankart and Ben- Brooksbank, Attorney-Geson Bankrupts), v. Hut

neral v.

37 ton and Others

101 Bank of England, Governor and Company of, Scott v. 327

C. Barrow v. Whitehead

2 Beed o. Blandford

· 278

Carpenter, Rendell v. - 484 Bell, Attorney-General o. - 431 Cassen, Gent. v. Bond, Bell 0. Brockbank

531 Benson, Jackson and Lord Clarke v. King

525 Lonsdale v.

45 Coley v. Coley

181 | Gent.

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