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claimed from the garnishee), and for costs, and if in that behalf, whereof the said E. F. is convicted, and the amount thereof be paid to the plaintiff or his attor- have the said monies before us for in Common Plean, ney within four days from the service hereof, further “ before our justices," or in the Excheguer, “ before the procredings will be stayed.

barons of our Exchequer"], at Westminster, imme Within three days after the service fill up the follow- diately after the execution hereof, to be rendered to the ing indorsement :) This writ was served by me, X. Y., said A. B., and that you do all such things as by the on C. D., on the — day of ,18m.

statute passed in the second year of our reign you are 25. Declaration thereon.

authorised and required to do in this behalf; and in In the Queen's Bench (or “ Common Pleas,” or “ Ex

what manner you shall have executed this our writ

make appear to us for in the Common Pleas, “ to our chequer of Pleas.”]

justices,” or in the Exchequer, “to the harons of our The day of —-, A. D.

Exchequer," as the case may be), at Westminster, (Venue). A. B., by his attorney (or “in per- immediately after the execution hereof; and have you son"], sues E. F. by a writ issued forth of this court, in there then this writ. Witness - at Westminster, these words, “ Victoria,' &c. [copy the writ]; and the the day of , in the year of our Lord — said E. F. has appeared to the said writ, and the said

31. Ca. Sa. therein. A. B., by his attorney aforesaid, says that the said debt due from the said E. F. to the said C. D. is for

Victoria, by the grace of God of the United King &e. (here state the debt as in a declaration in ordinary

dom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender a cases); and the said A. B. prays that execution may

the Faith, to the Sheriff of greeting. We combe adjudged to him accordingly for the said £

mand you that you onit not by reason of any liberty and for costs of suit in this behalf.

of your county, but that you enter the same, and

take E. F., if he should be found in your bailiwick, and 26. Plea thereto.

him safely keep, so that you may have his body before In the Queen's Bench [or * Common Pleas," or "Ex us (or in the Common Pleas, “ before our justices," or in chequer of Pleas."]

the Erchequer, “ before the barons of our Exchequer," The day of — , A.D.

as the case may be], at Westminster, immediately after E. F. 7 The said E. F., by his attorney, says

the execution hereof, to satisfy A.B. £- , the amount ats. A. B.) that he never was indebted to the said (or “ part of the amount,” if the debt be more than the C. D., as alleged for plead such other defence, or several judgment debt] of a debt due from the said E. F. to C.D., defences, as in other cases.]

and for the levying of which it has been adjudged by

our Court of Queen's Bench for “ Common Pleas," 27. Issue thereon.

“ Exchequer of Pleas”, that the said A. B. should have [Copy the declaration and pleadings, and conclude his execution against the said E. F. to satisfy (or “to'thus:] Therefore let a jury come &c.

wards satisfying," if the debt be less than the judgment 28. Postea thereon.

debt] {--- which the said A. B., on —— (the date [The same as in ordinary cases, omitting the assess

the judgment against the judgment debtor), by the judg. ment of damages.]

ment of the said Court recovered against the said C.D.,

and further to satisfy the said A. B. £- , which in our 29. Judgment for Plaintiff therein.

same court were adjudged to the said A. B. for his costs [The same as in ordinary cases, to the statement of the of suit which he hath been put to on occasion of our judgment, which may be thus :) Therefore it is con- | writ sued out against the said E. F. at the suit of the sidered that the said A. B. have execution against the said A. B, in that behalf, whereof the said E. F. is colisaid E. F. for the said £- , the amount (or “part victed; and have you there then this writ. Witness of the amount”] of the said debt due from him to the at Westminster, the day of — , in the year of our said C. D., to satisfy (or “ towards satisfying,” if the Lord – debt be less than the judgment debt] the said £— which the said A. B., on the said - day of ?| 32. Judgment for the Plaintiff after Verdict that a Man184, (date of judgment against judgment debtor), by the

damus do issue, under Sect. 71 of the Common-law judgment of this Court recovered against the said C.D.;

Procedure Act, 1854. and it is further considered that the said A. B. do re-| [The same as in the ordinary form of an entry of a cover against the said E. F. £— for his costs of judgment to the end of the postea, and then thus:) Theresuit in this behalf.

fore it is considered that a writ of mandamus do issue 30. Fi. Fa. therein.

commanding the defendant to Chere state the duty to be

performed, or the thing to be done, as claimed by the deVictoria, by the grace of God of the United King- 'claration): and it is also considered that the plaintiff do dom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of recover of the defendant the said monies by the justhe Faith, to the Sheriff of greeting. We com- | tices for “ by the judge” or “ baron"7 aforesaid in form mand you that you omit not by reason of any liberty | aforesaid above assessed, and also £-- for his costs of of your county, but that you enter the same, and of suit in this behalf. the goods and chattels of E. F. in your bailiwick you [In the margin of the judgment opposite the first words, cause to be made £- , the amount (or “ part of the Therefore it is considered” &c., write "Judgment, amount,” if the debt be more than the judgment debt] of signed the day of 18— ” i serting the day of a debt due from the said E. F. to C. D., to satisfy (or signing final judgment.] " towards satisfying," if the debt be less than the judgment debt £— which A. B., on the ---- day of | 33. Writ of Inquiry to ascertain the Expense incurred --, 184, (date of judgment against judgment debtor), by the doing of an Act, and for the doing of tokicko by the judgment of our Court of Queen's Bench for Mandamus was issued. “ Common Pleas,” or “Exchequer of Pleas”, recovered Victoria, by the grace of God of the United King. against the said C. D., and whereupon it has been dom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender el adjudged by our said Court that the said A. B. should the Faith, to the Sheriff of -- greeting. Whereas have execution against the said E. F. for the said / upon an application by A. B., the plaintiff in an action £- , and also £- , which in our same court against C. D. in our Court of Queen's Bench [o were adjudged to the said A. B. for his costs of suit “ Common Pleas,” or “Exchequer of Pleas," as the which he hath been put to on occasion of our writ sued | case may be at Westminster, our said Court did on the out against the said F. F. at the suit of the said A. B. day of — , A.D. — (date of order), direct that y........

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[state the terms of the order directing the act to be 36. Indorsement on Writ of Summons of Claim of a lone at the defendant's expense] ; and the said A. B. Writ of Injunction, under Sect. 79 of the Commonor " and E. F." if another person than the plaintiff has law Procedure Act, 1854. leen appointed by the Court to do the act has done the The plaintiff intends to claim a writ of injunction aid act so directed to be done; and in order to enable to restrain the defendant from — [here state concisely rur said Court to ascertain the amount of the expense for what the writ of injunction is required, as, for of the doing the same, we command you that by the example, thus : “felling or cutting down any timber jath of twelve good and lawful men of your bailiwick or trees standing, growing, or being in or upon the land rou diligently inquire what is the amount of the ex- and premises at , in the county of — , and from penses incurred by the said A. B. [or “ by E. F.," as the committing any further or other waste or spoil in or ase may be in the doing of the said act, and that you upon the said land and premises.”] And take notice, end to us for in Common Pleas, “to our justices," or in that in default of the defendant's entering an appearance Ecchequer, " to the barons of our Exchequer”), at as within commanded, the plaintiff may, besides proWestminster, on the day of now next en-ceeding to judgment and execution for damages and juing, the inquisition which you shall thereupon take, costs, apply for and obtain such writ. inder your seal, and the seal of those by whose oath

CAMPBELL.

C. CRESSWELL. pou shall take that inquisition, together with this writ.

John JERVIS. W. ERLE. Witness — (name of Chief Justice, or in Exchequer of

FRED. POLLOCK. SAML. MARTIN. Chief Baron), at Westminster, the day of , in

J. PARKE.

CHARLES CROMPTON. the year of our Lord -

E. H. ALDERSON. R. B. CROWDER. 34. Writ of Execution in Detinue under Sect. 78 of the Nov. 27, 1854.

Common-law Procedure Act, 1854, for the Return of the Chattel detained, and for a Distringas until returned, separate from a Writ for Damages or Costs.

Court Papers. Victoria, by the grace of God of the United Kingilom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of EQUITY SITTINGS, AFTER MICHAELMAS the Faith, to the Sheriff of greeting. We command

TERM, 1854. you that you omit not by reason of any liberty of your

Court of Chancery. bounty, but that you enter the same, and without delay you cause the following chattels, that is to say,

Before the Lord CHANCELLOR, at Lincoln's Inn. here enumerate the chattels recorered by the judgment Friday ...... Dec. 1 First Seal.-Appeal Motions and Ape For the return of which execution has been ordered to

Rece" peals.

Saturday ....... issue), to be returned to A.B., which the said A. B. lately

2 Petitions and Appeals. the said A. B. lately Monday.. in our court before us or in the Common Pleas,"before

5 Appeals. our justices," or in the Exchequer, “ before the barons Wednesday of our Exchequer"] at Westminster recovered against

Second Seal.--Appeal Motions and C.D. in an action for the detention of the same, whereof Thursday

Appeals. the said C. D. is convicted*. And we further command Friday .. you, that if the said chattels cannot be found in your Saturday ..... bailiwick, you omit not by reason of any liberty of your Monday..... 11 Appeals. county, but that you enter the same, and distrain the Tuesday.... said C.D. by all his lands and chattels in your bailiwick, Wednesday ... so that neither the said C.D., nor any one for him, do Thursday

W Third Seal.-Appeal Motions and Ap, lay hands on the same, until the said C.D. render to the said A.B, the suid chattels ; and in what manner i

Saturday .....

16 Appeals. you shall have executed this our writ make appear to

| Monday...... us (or in Common Pleas, “to our justices,” or in

10 Fourth Seal.--Appeal Motions and Exchequer, “ to the barons of our Exchequer"], at Tuesday ........ 19

19 Appeals. Westminster, immediately after the execution hereof; Wednesday ..... 20 Petitions and Appeals. and have you there then this writ. Witness --, at Westsinster, the --- day of — , in the year of our

Before the LORDS JUSTICES, at Lincoln's Inn, Lord --

Friday ...... Dec. 1 | First Seal.-Appeal Motions and Ap. 35. The like. In instead of a Distress until the Chattel

Saturday ....... 2! peals.

47 is returned, commanling the Sheriff to levy on Defend- Mona ant's Goods the assessed , alue of it.

Tuesday........ 5 Appeals, [Proceed as in the preceding for until the*, and then Wednesday ..., thus :7 And we further command you, on that if the said Thu

Second Seal.-—Appeal Motions and

Thursday ...... chattels cannot be found in your bailiwick, you 1

Appeals. omit not

Petitions in Lunacy and Bankruptcy, by reason of any liberty of your county, but that y !

oland Appeal Petitions. enter the same, and of the goods and chattels of the said C. D. in your bailiwick yon cause to be made saturu.

Satur £- (the assessed value of the chattels), whereof the

| Monday.....

12 > Appeals. said C. D. is also convicted; and that in the execution

| Tuesday ......... of this our last-mentioned command you do all such

Wednesday ..... 13] “Seal.-Appeal Motions and Ap

Third things as by the statute passed in the second year of Thursday .......

•v and Bankruptcy, our reign you are authorised and required to do in

16 Petitions in Luna, this behalf; and in what manner you shall have exe

Friday .........

1 and Appeal Petitions. cuted this our writ make appear to us for in the Saturday ....... Common Pleas, “to our justices,"' or in the Exchequer, Monday ........

18 Appeals. " to the barons of our Exchequer," as the case may be í Tuesday........ 19' Fourth Seal.- Appeal Motions. at Westminster, immediately after the execution hereof: Wednesday ..... 20 Lunatic Petitions & Appeal Petitions. and have you there then this writ. Witness , at Notice.-The days on which the Lords Justices shall be Westminster, the of , in the year of our engaged at the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council are Lord

excepted.

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Friday

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Before the Right Hon. the Master Of The Rolls, at

S Petitions, Short Causes and Claims,

Saturday ........
Chancery-lane.

1 and General Paper. Friday ...... Dec. 1 First Seal.-Motions.

Monday........
Tuesday......

| Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Saturday ....... 27. Monday.......

Šr Claims, and Further Directions. 4 | Pleas, Demurrers, Causes, Claims, Wednesday ..... Tuesday ....... 57 Further Directions, and Exceptions. Thursday ......

Second Seal.-Motions and General Wednesday . 6

I Paper. Thursday 7 Second Seal.-Motions.

Friday ..........

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Canses, Friday ...

Claims, and Further Directions. Saturday ...

Saturday .......

Petitions, Short Causes and Claims, Pleas, Demurrers, Causes, Claims, Monday....

and General Paper.
1 Further Directions, and Exceptions.
Tuesday....

Monday......
Tuesday....

12 Wednesday

Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Claims, and Further Directions. Thursday 14

Wednesday .....
Third Seal.-Motions.
Friday ..

s Third Seal. - Motions and General

Thursday ...... 12 | Pleas, Demurrers, Causes, Claims, Saturday .....

Paper.
Monday....

. 18
Further Directions, and Exceptions.

Friday .........

s Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Tuesday........ 19 Fourth Seal.-Motions.

Claims, and Further Directions. Wednesday ..... 20 Petitions in General Paper.

Saturday .......

s Petitions, Short Causes and Claims,

and General Paper. N.B.-Short Causes, Consent Causes, Unopposed Petitions,

Monday........

Ś Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, and Short Claims on Saturday the 2nd, Saturday the 9th, and

Claims, and Further Directions. Saturday the 16th December, at the sitting of the Court.

s Fourth Seal.- Motions and General Notice.-Consent Petitions must be presented, and copies Tuesday........ 19

Paper. left with the Secretary, on or before the Thursday preceding

s Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, the Saturday on which it is intended they should be heard. | Wednesday ..... 20

{ Claims, and Further Directions.

13)

Before Vice-Chancellor Sir RICHARD T. KINDERSLEY, at

EQUITY CAUSE LISTS, AFTER MICHAELMAS
Lincoln's Inn.

TERM, 1854.
Friday ...... Dec. 1 First Seal.-Motions and Causes.
Saturday ....... 2 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes.

*** The following abbreviations have been adopted to

abridge the space the Cause Papers would otherwise have occu1 Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, pied: A. Abated— Adj. Adjourned-A, T. After Term-4p. Tuesday........

e Claims, and Further Directions. Wednesday .....

Appeal-C. D. Canse Day-C1. Claim-C. Costs—D. De. Thursday .....

7 Second Seal,--Motions and Causes. murrer-E. Exceptions—Ě. D. Further Directions-M. MoFriday ......... 8 Petitions in General Paper.

tion-P. C. Pro ConfessoPl. Plea-Ptn. Petition-R. Re-
Saturday ....... 9 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes. hearing-S. O. Stand Over--Sh. Short.
Monday....... 112 piese
Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes,

Court of Chancery.
Tuesday ...... 12
Wednesday .....
in Claims, and Further Directions.

Before the LORD CHANCELLOR.
Thursday ...... 14 Third Seal.-Motions and Causes.

APPEALS.

Fearnhead . Bullivant Friday ......... 15 Petitions in General Paper.

Attorney-Gen. v. Clapham | Goldsmith o. Russell Saturday ....... 16 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes. (Part beard)

Underwood v. Wing, Dec. II Monday ........ 18

Attorney-Gen. t. Alford Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Lockhart v. Reilly

1. Claims, and Further Directions. Reilly v. Lockharts Tuesday........ 19

Cause,
Fourth Seal. --- Motions and Causes. Coape v. Arnold 2
Wednesday ..... 20 Petitions and Causes,

Arnold v. Coape

Neale v. Farrer.
N. B.-Unopposed Petitions, not exceeding ten, at the
sitting of the Court, every day except Seal-days.

Before the Lords Justices.
APPEALS.

Baker v. Read U
Before Vice-Chancellor Sir J. Stuart, at Lincoln's Inn.

Same v. Clement

Evans v. Evans 1 (Part Jortin v. South-eastern Rail. Friday ...... Dec. 1

First Seal. - Motions and General Evans v. Saunders ) heard) way Co.
Paper.

Duncan v. Canman

Lake v. Bruton) Saturday ....... 2 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes. Butterfield v. Rayner

Same o. Same Hil. Tera Monday........

| Pleas. Demurrers. Exceptions, Causes. | Attorney-Gen. 0. Mayor of Same v. Hirtze!!} Tuesday........

& Wednesday ..... Claims, and Further Directions.

Beverley (Part heard) |

| Smith v. Pawson. Thursday ......

Second Seal.-Motions and General
Paper.

Before the Right Hon. The MASTER OF THE Rolls. Friday ....... 8 Petitions and General Paper.

Causes, &r. | Eavestaff r. Austin (M for deSaturday ...

9 Short Causes, Short Claims, & Causes. Wilson v. Harley (Cause, part cree) Monday...... 117 " Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, 1 D.

I heard!

Slater v. Arnold (M for dec.) Tuesday...... Wednesday ... 13 Claims, and Further Directions.

"Parker v. Bloxam (M for de. | Miller v. Chapman (M for decree, with M)

cree) Third Seal. - Motions and General | Kearley v. Kearley (CI). Thursday ...... 14 Paper.

Curlewis v. Earl of Morning Friday ......... 15 Petitions and

Bailey v. Hughes (Cause) ton (M for decree)
Short Car
Saturday ....... 16

Green v. Dunn (M for decree)
r uneral Paper.

Sturgis v Dunn (Special case) Plen uses, Short Claims, & Causes. I Baxendale v. Seale (M for dec.) Hutt v. Lautour (M for decree) Monday........

**-8, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Kebble v. Samms (3) (FD, C) Pennell o, Smith (Cause)

Claims, and Further Directions. Gray v. Haig | (E, 2 sets, Edmonds •. Millett (M for Tuesday...

os Fourth Seal.-Motions and General Haig v. Gray) FD, C) decree)
Paper

Whitfield v. Bowyer I (É D, Blackband o. Keen (Cause)
À Pleas, Demurrers, Exceptions, Causes, Whitfield v. Sturgis j C) Att.-Gen. v. Holme (Cause)
Wednesday
' Claims, and Further Directions. Hele v. Bexley (7) (BD, C) Hill v. Taine (Further cons.)

Ridgway v. Clare (E, Pen) Walmsley o. Cardwell (Cau.)

Greenslade o. Dare (Cause) Parsons v. Beebecoise) Before Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood, at Lincoln's Inn.

Hardman v. Earle (Cause) Same v. Same caust) Friday Der is First Seal. - Motions and General | Barham v. Boss (Cause) Swinton v. Wilson (Cause)

| Att.. Gen. v. Phillips (Cause) | Haslam v. Wilson (CI)

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Official Manager of the New. | Poole v. Poole (M for decree) | Boughen v. Farrer (Sp. case) Sturch v. Bolton Lc.

castle, Shields, &c. Banking Penfold v. Crossland (CI) Ramsden v. Hirst (M for dec.) Same v. Same glu

Co. o. Moffett (Cause) Shaw v. Neale (Cause) Harley v. Moon (Further con Shelford v. Kane (Cause) Fortnum v. Shackel (5) (FDHartord v. Lloyd (Cause) sideration)

Dresser v. Hoare (M for dec.) Child v. Child (Cause) Monro v. Proctor (F D, C) Wiles v. Gresham (Further Trutch v. Lamprell (M for Jefferies v. Michell (Cause) Rogers v. Dicks (M for dec.) consideration) decree)

Bell v. Whitbourn (M for dec.) Lacon o. Allen (Cause) Morland v. Isaacs (Cause) Meyrick v. Lawes (M for Austin v. Rickwood (CI) Wild v. Booker (Further con- Banks v. Braithwaite (F D, C) Same v. Mathias s decree) Hollingsworth v. Woodhead sideration)

Lyle v. Le Breton (Cl) Sh Blunt o. De Mallets (Cause) (Cause)

Berry v. Charnock (M for de- | Att.-Gen. v. Baines (D, C) Hughes o. Williams (M for Pullen v. Fairthorne (M for cree)

Barnes v. Carter (CI) decree)

decree)

Dolman o. Curling (Cause) London and South-western Trafford v. Barton (Cause) Rogers ú. Rogers (Cause) Ashcroft v. Powell (3) (Cause) Railway Co. (Cause) Murphy v. Trench (Further Caledonian Railway Co. v. Patch v. Graves (M for dec.) Aubert v. Aubert (Cause) consideration)

Woodrow (Cause)

Countess of Mornington o. | Taylor o. Portington (M for Yarginton o. Barker (M for Arkell v. Henly (Cause)

Greenly (M for decree) 1 decree)
decree)
Henly v. Henly (Cause)
Stephenson v.Popple (Caus.)

Pogson ú. Burton (F D, C) Waugh r. Waddell (Cause)

Capell o. Hyatt (M for decree) Same v. Same si Smith v. Smith (Further conPartridge n. Ives (M) for dec.) | Davies v. Hallett (M for dec.) Welch v. Coles (F D, C) sideration) Sh Williams v. Williams (CI) Bensley v. Riches M for dec.) Dickensop v. Leacock (Fur- Powell v. Smith (Further conLady Glamis v. Cumberland Collinson v. Lister (Cause) ther consideration)

sideration) (Cause)

Brocklebank v. Johnson (M Mayne . Mayne (Cause) Saunders v. Richardson (Cau.) Symes r. Magnay (M for dec.) for decree)

Dolman v. Nokes (Cause) Lawley v. King (M for decree) Watson o. Cleaver (M for de Cookson v. Bingham lica

Smith o. Banbury (F D, C, Adlington 0 Chippendale cree) Same v. Elliott

Ptn)

(Further consideration) Warick v. Richards (Cause) M'Mullen v. Rea (M for dec.) Attorney-Gen. v. Drapers Co. Lewarne v. Collins (Cause) Wilkes 1. Swann (CI) Nicholson v. Carr (M or dec.) (Cause)

| Wayne v. Lewis Les Wynne v. Ogilvie M for dec.) | Attorney-Gen. v. Harman (M | Gibson v. Homes (Cause) 'Same v. Parke jo Phipps v. Kilson (CI)

for decree) Pilkington v. Belton (M for Woodward V. Kerridge (CI)

Before Vice-Chancellor Sir J. STUART. decree)

Andrew v. Simmons (Cause) Jebb v. Tugwell (M for decree) | Att.-Gen. v. Moor (Cause)

PLEAS, DEMURRERS, CAUSES, &c. Elam p. Stead (M for decree) | Turner v. Ramsay (Cause) Morison v. Morison (12) (E, | Collinge v. Knight (4) (E). Brady v. Morgan (M for dec.) | Stabbing v. Hitchcock (fur f D, C, 2 Ptns)

Singletonv. Pulmer (E,FD,C) Beere v. Beere (Cause)

ther consideration) Sh Thompson v. Clarke (M for | Rose v. Smith (Further cons.) Turnley v. Birou (M for dec.) Nicholls v. Nicholls (Further decree)

Wiggins v. Peppin (4) (FD,C) Maddock v. Akid (M for dec.) I consideration)

Butlin v. Groom (Cause) | Hughes v. Paramore (E) Robinson v. Anderson (Cause) | Jones v. Dickson (M for dec.) Paul v. Cockeram (Cause) Ince v. Ince (Cause)

Houghton v. Lees (Cause) Mander o. Čattell' (Further

Goode v. Hollier (Cause) consideration) Before Vice-Chancellor Sir RICHARD T. KinderSLEY.

| Hichens v. Kelly (Cause) Ridler v. Yearsley (F D, C)
Adams v. Wheatley (D) Gurney o. Gurney (CI) Williams v. Hodgson (Cause) | Cecil v. Nicholson (Further
Causes, &c.
Fawtrop v. Craven (Sp. case) | Paxton v. Newton (CI)

consideration)
Lord o. Colvin (Cause) Thornber v. Wilson (Cause) | Cole v. Eaton (Further cons.) | Tickner v. Smit
Way o. Way (Cause)
Twining v. Twining i (FD,

v. Archer Burton Clarke v. Whiteway (Further Abberley o. Sherwin (Cause) Twining v. Holmes > C) Woodgate v. Archer Burton } | consideration) Bush o. Peterson (Cause) Torkington ". Bryant (M for

(E, F D, C)J | Llewellyn v. Morgan (F D, C) Stobart v. Todd (Cause)

decree)

Herring v. Miles (Cause) Cropper o. Mellersh (M for Forrest o. Bowen (Cause) Creed v. Corner (M for dec.) Baker 0. Hardley (3) (Further decree) Bennett v. Locking (M for de. | Tomson v. Judge (Cause) consideration)

Engleheart v. Ordell (F D, C, cree)

Pennell v. Hume (Cause) Hart v. Stride (Further cons.) Ptn) Gossip o. Wright (Cause) Newman v. Stone (CI)

Diplock v. Hammond (Fur Crosbie v. Bunnett (Cause) Crosse v. Robinson (CI) Moodie o. Bannister (Cause) | ther consideration)

Stanley v. Wrigley (Cause) Darwell o. Roper (M for dec.) | Campbell v. Lord Stafford (M Booth v. Marsden (Further Ibberson o. Warth (Cause) Wallace v. Backwell (Cause) for decree)

consideration)

Howard v. Lloyd (M for dec.) Augin . Eastern Union Rail Rogers v. Hooper (Cause) Broughton v. Broughton (6) Vincent v. Grods n (F D, C) way Co. (M for decree) | Henderson v. Cook (Cause) (E, F D, C, Ptn)

| Franklin v. Franklin (Cause) Att.-Gen. v. Vansittart (Cau.) Tennant v. Parker (Cause) Edwards v. Tate (3) (F D, C) Morison v. Willie Lic. Fisher o. Baldwin (Cause) Williamson v. Wotion (CI) Gore v. Bowser (3) (E, F D, Ellice v. Ross cause) Blake o. Gregson (Cause) | Wardle v. Marsden (M for de.

French o. Slade (3) (F D, C) Coombs v. Mansfield Le cree)

Smyth v. Burd (CI)

Fowler u. Holt (F'D, C) Coombs o. Herniman (Ca.) Bean v. Dawson (M for dec.) Munk v. Cole (F D, C)

Adison v. Hadley }(FD, C) Nixon o. Masterman (M for Rumball r. Poole led.c) Salter o. Adey (Cause)

Clarkson v. Samen decree)

Rumball v. Peachy j e Davey v. Harrison (2) (FD,C) | Gay v. Tudor (Further cons.) Lukey t. Higgs (CI)

Williams v. Hughes (Cause) Johnson v. Bennett (F D, C) | Casley v. Goodridge (CI) Sutcliffe v. Crosse (M for dcc.) Greene v. Norton (4) (FDC) | Lomax v. Ripley (2) (Cause) Gibson v. Fairlamb (Further Birley o. Owen (CI) Hudson o. Wbimpole (Fur Lee v. Browne (F D, C)

consideration) Clements o. Pulman (Cause) ther consideration)

Henbrough v. Atkinson (M Perry v. Walker (E, FD, C) Yeates v. Roberts (M for dec.) Elder v. Maclean (3) (E, FD, for decree)

Finch v. Carey (M for decree) Colvin v. Lord (Cause)

C)

Bethell v. Stocks (Cause) Laire v. Parkın (Cause) Maybery v. Brooking (Reh.) | Barton v. Dixon (7) (F D, C), Wheatley v. Purser (Further Farndell o. Gibbs (M for dec.) Upton ö. Forster (Cause) Mott v. Jollye (Cause)

consideration)

Thomson o. Virgoe (Cause) Sh Welton v. Cracknell (M for Kent v. Porter (Cause) | Wickenden v. Rayson (Further Weston o. Tompson (Cause) decree) Greenwood o. Taylor (5) (E, consideration)

Hunt v. Hunt (CI) Gough v. Lewis

FD, C)

| Goff o. Walters (M for decree) | Stockin v. Lane (Cause) Gough o. Lewis (Cause)

Thompson v. Jeves (Cause) Lea v. Grundy 1 (Subsequent Brayshaw v. Preston (Cause) Summers v. Summers (CI) Hitcbman v. Stewart 1 (Fur. Lea v. Cook ] FDC) Symes v. Cust (Cause) Sh Other v. Ireson (M for decree) | Trail v. Stewart cons.) Brierly v. Furnival (M for de Roberts v. Vercoe (Cause) Pollard v. Evans v. Kinsey (Cause) I cree)

Gage v. Gage (Further cons.) Kearns v. Doyle cau e }(Cause) Bowles v, Field (Cause)

Marquis of Londonderry v. Plumbe v. Straford (M for dé. Houlding v. Cross (Sp. case) | Garner o. Moore (Cause) 1 Earl Vane (M for decree) I cree).

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Before Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood.

COUNTY COURTS REGISTRY.-REDUCTION
Causes, &c. | Derrick v. Derrick (F D, C)

OF FEES.
Mouzin v. Sharp (E to answ.) Powell v. Griffiths (2) (F D, C)
Forsyth v. Ellice 1 (F D, C) | Hills v. Busby (Further cons.)

The Lords Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury
Same v. Same SO | Thorp v. Thorp (Cause)
Goodbody v. Ward (Fur. 1 Hibbert v. Balchin (Further

have been pleased to order that the following reduced Challis v. Ward cons.) } I consideration)

fees should be taken for searches, &c., namelyChalliso. Tame (Supp. Cl)' J | Lane v. Niblett (Further con

Table of Fees.

8. d. Spickernell v. Hotham (É, F sideration)

For every search for a judgment or petition for D, C)

Hepburn o. Palmer (3) (FurToubman v. Hall (Cause)

protection made at the registry ............

ther consideration) Crosley v. Harwood (6) (FD, Bewley v. Nickels (M for dec.)

For forty searches, to be made within two months, (to be paid in advance) ............

............ 10 Lawton u. King License)

0 Davidson v. Greaves (Cause) Same v. Samesla

}(Cause) For every certificate of search, obtained either Bassano v. Bassano (Sp. case) Thorpe v. Thorpe (M for dec.) | through the Clerk of the Court or by a letter Gilman o. Tucker (Sp. case)

Goodwinn Lee M for dec.) to the Registrar ................ ................ 2 0 Malden o. Maine (Cause) Wright v. Kitchin (CI) For having the record of any judgment removed Tee v. Ferris (Cause)

Edwards v. Kennedy (M for | from the register, (to be paid to the Clerk of Capel 0. Westminster Im

decree)

the Court ) .................. provement Commissioners Lea v. Church (Cause)

The registry of county courts judgments was esta(Cause)

| Yeoman v. Chawcraft (Further blished to afford to traders a ready means of ascertaining Gregory o. Taylor (Cause) consideration)

the solvency of parties, and to enable executors and Hawkins v. Batchelor (M for Bell v. Adams (M for decree)

administrators to discover what judgment debts they decree)

Remnant o. Smallpiece (CI) Brett v. Lethbridge (Sp. case) | Earl of Lonsdale 0. Countess

are bound to satisfy. Hamson v. Olivo (M for dec.) Berchtoldt (Further cons.)

In the registry can be found the name, address, and Graham o. Guthrie (Cause) Ogden v. Battams (Canse)

occupation of every party against whom a judgment Gray v. Smith (2) (Cause) | Daines v. Parkinson (CI)

has been recorded since March, 1847, in any of the Law v. London Indisputable Kennett v. Tytherleigh (F D,

county courts throughout England and Wales, for 10%. Life Policy Co. (M for dec.)

and upwards, and which remains unsatisfied at the Band o. Randle (Čause) | Duke of Richmond v. Duncan time the search is made. Attenborough o. Attenborough (M for decree)

INSOLVENCY. (CI)

Milnes v. Wildblood (M for Sands v. Handley (CI)

decree)

Also the name, last address, and occupation of every Mills v. Birch (M for decree) | Henney ó. Fenton (F D, C) party who has applied for protection from his creditors Ramage v. Biddulph (Cause) Hodgson v. Heads M for dec.) | to any of the county courts since June, 1854. Baker v. Armitage (M for de. Robertson 0. Newsham (M for cree)

decree) Scott ó. Boutley (M for decree) | Att.-Gen. v. Mostyn (Cause)

LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTS, Thompson v. Wedlake (Cause) Coombs v. Baker (Cause) DECLARED PUBLIC, AND TO BE JUDICIALLY NOTICED. Alderson v. Dalton (Cause) Carrington v. Beard (Further

17 & 18 VICTORIÆ.-SESSION 2. Eversfield v. Tisdell (M for consideration) decree)

Turner v. Irlam (M for decree) Lawrie v. Bankes (M for dec.) | Beere v. Beere (M for decree)

(Continued from p. 458). Watson 0. Freeman (M for Harvey o. Bulkeley License

CAP. lxxxvü. decree) Same v. Sturgis cause)

An Act to consolidate and extend the Powers of the Accring. Woodhouse v. Herrick (Spe- | Rufford v. Davies (Cause) cial case)

ton Gas and Waterworks Company, and to enable them the Hind v. Poole (Special case) Wale o. Rackstraw (Cause) Cochrane v. St. Clair (Cause)

better to supply with Gas and Water the Townships and Allport v. Stephens (Cause)

Places of Old Accrington, New Accrington, Church, Lower Kelley v. Parker (Cause)

Booths, and Huncoat, in the Parish of Whalley, and the Cropper v. Babb (Cause) Smith v. Cross (CI) Chappell o. Atkinson (M

Extra-parochial Place of Henbeads, all in the County of for Palacio v. M‘Knight (M for

Lancaster, and to sell or lease their Undertaking to the decree)

decree) Bullock v. Bennett (Sp. case) Webb v. Ledsam (M for dec.) |

Local Board of Health for the District of Accrington; and Horsfield v. Ashton (F D, C) Preston o. Raynes (CI)

for other Purposes. Att.-Gen. o. Queen Eliza: Wood . Grazebrook (M for beth's College (Cause)

CAP. Ixxxviii. decree) Lee v. Head (Special case)

An Act to establish a General Cemetery for the Borough of | Taylor u. Wilkes (Cause)

Doncaster; and for other Purposes.
Desborough v. Harris (Cause) | Savage v. Wilkins (M for dec.) |
Phipps o. Kelson (CI)

Swallow v. Binns (Sp. case)
James v. Harding (M for dec.) | Stephens v. Hotham (Cause)

CAP. lxxxix. Sh

Jardine v. Jardine (M. for de. | An Act to extend the Powers of the Commissioners of Sewers Goodlad v. Burnett (Further cree)

for the Levels of Havering, Dagenham, and other Places, consideration)

Lecoy v. Mogford (Cause) and to enable them to construct Sewers in the Parishes of Powell v. South Wales Rail Bartlett v. Salmon (M for de West Ham, East Ham, and North Woolwich. way Co. (E, F D, C)

cree) Gibbons v. Gibbons (2) (F D, Fowler v. Bayldon (Further

САР. xс. consideration, M)

| An Act for the better supplying with Water the Parliamentary Re Irvine (Fur. cons. Bohun o. Smith (M for dec.) Burgh or Town of Hamilton, and Suburbs thereof. Irvine v. Irwine from cbam.) | Tyrrell v. Weld (M for dec.) Jones o. Jones (2) (Further Goddard v. Haslam (M for

CAP. xci. consideration)

decree) Winch v. Winch (Further con. | Milligan'. Earl of Hardwicke

An Act to incorporate the Birmingbam and Midland Institute, sideration)

to define its Constitution, and to enable the Council of the

(M for decree) Wigan o. Rowland (Further Gough v. Pritchard (CI)

Borough of Birmingham to grant a Site for the Institate consideration)

Buildings.
| Hodson v. Cash (M for dec.)

CAP. xcii.
An Act for improving the Harbour of Blyth, in the County of

Northumberland, and for constructing Docks there; and
for other Purposes.

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