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HENRY HORN, Esq.

OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE,

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EDWIN TYRRELL HURLSTONE, Esq.,

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BARRISTERS AT LAW.

VOL. I.
FROM HILARY TERM, FIRST VICT., 1838.
TO HILARY TERM, SECOND VICT., 1839-

BOTH INCLUSIVE.

LONDON:

HENRY BUTTERWORTH, 7, FLEET STREET; RICHARD PHENEY,

89, CHANCERY LANE; And G. F. COOPER, LINCOLN'S INN

GATEWAY, CAREY STREET.

iinto Soolt.srllns ant) publishers,
1840.

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JUDGES

OF THE

COURT OF EXCHEQUER,

During the Period of these Reports.

The Right Hon. James Baron Abinger, L.C.B.

Sir James Parke Knt.

Sir William Bolland, Knt.

Sir Edward Hall Alderson, Knt.

Sir John Gurney, Knt.

Sir William Henry Maule, Knt.

ATTORNEY GENERAL.

Sir John Campbell, Knt.

Solicitor General.
Sir Robert Mounsey Rolfe, Knt.

MEMORANDA.

On Saturday the eighth of December, died the Honourable Sir James Allan Park, Knt., one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas. He was succeeded by the Right Honourable Thomas Erskine, Chief Judge of the Court of Bankruptcy, who was called to the degree of the coif, and gave rings with the motto "Judicium parium." He took his seat on the first day of Hilary Term.

In Hilary Term, 1839, Mr. Baron Bolland resigned his seat in the Court of Exchequer, on account of continued indisposition, and in the vacation following, William Henry Maule, Esq., one of her Majesty's counsel, was appointed to succeed him, and having first been called to the degree of the coif, gave rings with the motto "Suum cuique." He took his seat in the 6ame Court on the first day of Easter Term.

In Hilary vacation, William Goodenough Hayter, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, received a patent of precedence; and John Stuart, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, Samuel Girdlestone, Esq., of the Middle Temple, and Robert Vaughan Richards Esq., and Griffith Richards, Esq., of the Inner Temple, were appointed her Majesty's Counsel.

NAMES OF CASES

REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.

A.

Aberdbin, Stewart v. -
Aide, Fischer v.
Airey v. Fearnsides
Alcock, Lewis v. -
Alderman v. Neate
Alford, Sunbolp v
Allen v. Pink
Ambler, Harding v.
Anderson v. Fuller
Andrews, Waller v.
Angus v. Wootton
Armitage, Tripp v
Arnold, Gerrard v.
Askey, Twemlow ».
Atlee v. Backhouse
Attorney General v. Bouwens

——— ». Pickard

————— v. Sewell

B.

Backhouse, Atlee v.
Badnall v. Hayley
Baggaley, Sinclair v.
Bailey,.Baxter v. -
Baker, Calvert v. -

, Mogg v.

, Mogg v.

Ball v. Blackwook

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