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PERIOD OF THE DECISIONS REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.

Lord Chancellor :
LORD COTTENHAM.
LORD LYNDHU R S T.

Master of the Rolls :
LORD LAN G D A L E.
Vice Chancellor of England :
Sir Lancelot Shadwell.

Vice Chancellors :
Sir James L. Knight BRUCE,

Sir James WIGRAM.

Attorney General :
Sir John CAMPBELL,

Sir THOMAS WILDE,
Sir FREDERICK Pollock.

Solicitor General :
Sir Thomas WILDE,
Sir W. W. Follett.
Lord Advocate of Scotland:
· A. RutheRFURD, Esq.

SIR WILLIAM RAE.
Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench:

LORD DENMAN.
Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas :

Sir N. C. Tindal.
Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer:

LORD ABINGER.
Lord Chancellor of Ireland:

LORD PLUNKET,

Sir E. B. SUGDEN.
Master of the Rolls in Ireland :
Sir Michael O'Loughlin.

LONDON: Printed by James & Luke J. Hansard,

near Lincoln's Iun Fields,

MEMORANDA.

Lord Cottenham having, in the month of September 1841, resigned the Great Seal, the same was delivered, for the third time, to Lord Lyndhurst.

On the 29th and 30th of October 1841, respectively, James L. Knight Bruce, Q.C. Esq. and James Wigram, Q. C. Esq. were appointed Vice Chancellors, in pursuance of the Act 5 Vict. c. 5. They afterwards received the honour of knighthood, and were made members of Her Majesty's Privy Council.

In June 1841, Sir John Campbell resigned the office of Attorney-general, and was appointed Lord Chancellor of Ireland, in place of Lord Plunket, resigned. He was at the same time created a Peer of the United Kingdom, by the title of Lord Campbell. On his Lordship’s resignation, in September 1841, the Right hon. Sir Edward B. Sugden was appointed, for the second time, Lord Chancellor of Ireland.

Sir T. Wilde, who held the office of Solicitor-general, was appointed, in June 1841, to that of Attorney-general, on the elevation of Sir J. Campbell to the Peerage,

In September 1841, Sir Frederick Pollock was, for the second time, appointed Attorney-general, on the resignation of Sir T. Wilde; and Sir William W. Follett was a second time appointed Solicitor-general; and Sir W. Rae was likewise re-appointed Lord Advocate of Scotlund, in place of Mr. Rutherfurd, resigned.

TABLE OF CASES

REPORTED.

Page.

ANDREWES v. Walton and others (AppealPractice,

Inrolment-Costs) - - - - - - - 457

Athlone's (Earl of) Claim (English Marriage Abroad,

Evidence of) - -

. . . - 262
Baird v. Neilson (Patent- Agreement) . - - 726

Balfour v. Malcolm (Jurisdiction, Declarator- Plead-

ing) - - - - - - - - - 485

Bank of Scotland v. Christie (Partnership--Private Es-

tate-Payment of Debts of former Partnership--Heir) 214

Brown v. Annandale (Patent- Previous use of Invention) 437

Callaghan v. Callaghan (Agreement-Specific Perform-

ance Equitable Fraud Uncertainty-Practice) - 374

Callaghan v. Callaghan (CostsHow to enforce Pay-

ment) - - - - - - - - 709 n.

Carter v. Palmer (Counsel and Client --Purchase of Se-

curities) - - - - - - - - 657

Casamaijor v. Pearson (Trust Disposition and Will-

Annuitants and Residuary LegateesCompetition) - 69
Dill v. Lord Haddington (Construction of Deeds-Post-

nuptial Settlement) - - - - - - 168

Edinburgh Railway Company v. Wauchope (Private

Act of ParliamentNotice-TollsWaiver of Right) 710

Fergusson v. Fyffe (Accounts by Bankers with Customers

- Liability of Individual PartnersInterest, Indian;

Compound, Foreign Law-Statute of Limitations) - 121
Flight v. Themas (Statute, Construction ofPrescription

- Easement-Practice) - - - - - - 231
Gurdon v. Graham (Landlord and Tenant-Sequestration,

Assignation of- Bill of Exceptions) - - - - 107

Gurly v. Gurly (Devise-Dower-Distributions, Sta-

tule of) - -

- - 743

Page.
Haig o. Homan and others (Renewable Leases- Annui-

tiesJurisdiction, Practice) - - - - - 320

Hastings Peerage (Dignity by Writ of Summons and Sit-

tingEvidence- Lapse of Time, no bar to Claim- Pre-

sumption against Right from long Non-user repelled-

Possessio Fratris not applicable) - - - - 144

Hill v. Paul (Public Office Assignment of Profits-

Creditors) - -

- - -

- 295

Home v. Pringle and Hunter (Trust-Duties and Lia-

bilities of Trustees-Costs-Practice) - - - 264

Kay v. Marshall (Patent- Machinery, part not new

Practice) - - - - - - - - 245

Lawrence v. Blake (Account-Delay-Practice-Trus-

tee) - - - - - - - - - 504

M'Can v. O'Ferrall (Administrator's and Receiver's Ac-

counts re-openedConcealment and Fraud Award-

Practice - - - - - - - - 30

Malone v. Malone (Issue- Practice- InfantNew De-

fence) - - - -

- - -

iii

Napier v. Bruce (Employers and Agent-Surety-Bond,

Construction of) - - - - - - - 470

Parr v. The Attorney-general (Municipal Corporations

Act- Borough Fund - Trust-Jurisdiction Multi-

fariousness) - - - - - - - - 409

Preston v. Viscount Melville (Personal Estate-Domi-

cile-Administration-Jurisdiction) - - - 1
Preston 0. Viscount Melville (Trust Disposition,

EntailsSubstitute Trustees) - - - - - 16

Roebuck v. Stirling (Patent- Previous knowledge of In-

vention) - - - - - - • - 447 n.

Scanlan v. Usher (Practice-Costs) - - - - 561

Stewart v. Menzies (Marriage-Evidence-Costs) - 309

Vigers v. Pike (Joint Stock Company - Mines-Ere-

cuted Contract- Alleged Fraud). - - - - 562

White v. Cuddon (Contract by TrusteesSpecific Per-

formance.--Misrepresentation - Fines Arbitrary-Com-

pensation) - -

- - 766

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AIKIN v. Knight - - - - 223 Brunton v. Hawkes - - - 255

Ainslie v. Cheape - 278. 282 Buchanan v. Towart - - 492
Anderson v. The Magistrates Bulger v. Roche - - - - 134

of Renfrew - - - - 492 Bulkley v. Welford - - - 60g

Andrews v. Hancock - - 717 Byrne v. Freer -- • - 49

Anson v. Hodges - 351. 359. 368

Anstruther v. Adair - - - 10 Calder's Case - - - - - 303
- v. Chalmer - - - - 10 Camoys' Case - - - - - 157

Attorney-general v. Aspinall, 422. Campbell v. Campbell - - 70i

433

Carter v. Barnardiston 537. 542

_ v. Brown - - - - 424

Cates v. Knight - - - - 423
- v. Craddock - - - 430 Charitable Corporation v.

Attwood v. Small - 352. 361 Sutton --'. - - - 278

Ayliff v. Murray - - - - 278 Charnley v. Winstanley - 49

Cholmondeley v. Clinton - 699

Balfour v. Waugh - 492. 497 Clowes v. Higginson - · 397

Barraud v. Archer - - - 779 Cockburn v. Hussey - - 190

Barton v. Cooke - -

Codrington v. Johnstone - 195

Barwick v. Reade

Coles v. Trecothick - 692. 699.

Beckford v. Hood -

706

Beere v. Ward . .

Colleton v. Garth - - - 752

Berrington v. Evans -

Cooper v. Thornton - - - 55
Bevan, Ex parte - - 132. 140 Corporation of Sutton Cold-
Biggs v. Head - - - - 698 field v. Wilson - - - 637
Bill v. Cureton - - - - 549 Cory v. Gertcken --- 47
Blackburn v. Jephson - - 190 Cowan v. Crawford - 282. 291
Blair v. Patterson - 278. 288 | Coventry v. Hall - - - - 352
Blake v. Veysie - - - - 190 Craigie v. Gairdner - - - 9
Boddam v. Ryley - - - 141 Cranborne v. Dalmahoy -
Bodenham v. Purchas 223. 228 Cruickshank v. British Li-
Bonney v. Ridgard - - - 49

nen Company - - - - 142

Boulton v. Bull - - - - 255 Cuff v. Platell - - - - 546

Bowen v. Prentis - - - 545 Curtis v. Curtis - - - - 352

Bramston v. Robins - 717.723

Bright v. Walker - - - 239 Dalrymple v. Murray - - 282

British Linen Co. v. Drum Davidson v. M‘Nie - - - 495

mond - - - - - - 141 Davis v. Duke of Marl-

Brocksopp v. Barnes - - 278 borough - - - - 301. 307
Brown v. Thomson - - - 497

Day v. Newman - - - - 397
--v. Newall - - 352. 358 De Burgh v. Clark - - - 462

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