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prce, Probate, Admiralty, & Ecclesiastical Courts;

WITH A

GENERAL DIGEST OF ALL CASES REPORTED

DURING

THE YEAR 1865.

EDITED BY
E. TURNER, OF THE INNER TEMPLE, AND H. B. INCE, OF LINCOLN's Inn,

EsQRS., BARRISTERS-AT-LAW.

LONDON:
H. SWEET, 3, CHANCERY LANE ;
STEVENS & SONS, 26, BELL YARD, LINCOLN'S INN.

DUBLIN:
HODGES, SMITH, & CO., GRAFTON STREET.

1866.

DURING THE PERIOD OF THE DECISIONS REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.

The High Court of Chancery.
The Right Hon. LORD WESTBURY, AND THE Right Hon. LORD CRANWORTH, LORD

High CHANCELLORS.
The Right Hon. SiR JOHN ROMILLY, Knt., MASTER OF THE ROLLS.
Lords Justices of the Court of Appeal.

Vice-Chancellors.
Right Hon. SIR JAMES LEWIS KNIGHT Hon. Sir R. T. KINDERSLEY, KNT.
BRUCE, KNT.

Hon. SIR JOHN STUART, KNt.
Right Hon. Sir G. J. TURNER, KNT. Hon. Sir W. PAGE WOOD, KNT.

Queen's Bench.
Right Hon. Sie A. J. E. COCKBURN, BART., LORD CHIEF JUSTICE.
SIR CHARLES CROMPTON, Knt.

Sir J. MELLOR, Knt.
SIR C. BLACKBURN, KNT.

Sir W. SHEE, KNT.
SIR ROBERT LUSH, KNT.

Common Pleas.
Right Hon. SiR WILLIAM ERLE, KNT., LORD CHIEF Justice.
Sir EDWARD VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, Knt. Sir J. BARNARD BYLES, Knt.
SIR JAMES SHAW WILLES, Knt.

Sir H. S. KEATING, KNT.
SIR MONTAGUE E. SMITH, Knt.

Exchequer.
Right Hon. Sir FREDERICK POLLOCK, Knt., Lord Chief BARON.
SIR SAMUEL MARTIN, Knt.

Sir W. F. CHANNELL, Knt.
SIR GEORGE W. BRAMWELL, KNT.

SIR GILLERY PIGOTT, Knt.

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Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes, and Court of Probate.

SIR JAMES PLAISTED WILDE, Knt., JUDGE ORDINARY.

Consistory Court, Court of Arches, and Admiralty Court.

Right Hon. STEPHEN LUSHINGTON, D.C.L.

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ATTORNEY-GENERAL—SIR ROUNDELL PALMER, Knt.
SOLICITOR-GENERAL-SIR ROBERT PORRETT COLLIER, Knt.
QEEEN'S ADVOCATE-GENERAL-SIR ROBERT JOSEPH PHILLIMORE, D.C.L.

ADMIRALTY ADVOCATE-TRAVERS TWISS, D.C.L., Q.C.

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