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ENGLISH LAW & EQUITY REPORTS.
REDUCTION OF NUMBER OF VOLUMES TO FOUR ANNUALLY.
In consequence of the great increase of Chancery Cases in England, this series of Reports will not hereafter contain all the Chancery Cases, but such only as are of practical importance to the American profession.
ALL THE COMMON LAW, CRIMINAL, AND ADMIRALTY CASES WILL STILL BE PUBLISHED, COMPLETE, AND UNABRIDGED, AS HERETOFORE.
By this change, the number of annual volumes will be reduced from six to four, (three of Law and one of Chancery); and inore legal matter will be furnished to the profession, and in fewer volumes, than in any other series of Reports. Additional pains will be used to bring out the Cases in advance of all others.
Volume XXV., containing Cases in all the Common Law Courts, down to the close of the year 1854, is now in press, and will be issued early in 1855. It will be the most valuable volume yet published.
Price $2.00 per volume to subscribers, as heretofore.
Boston, December, 1854.
LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY.
IN LAW AND EQUITY:
CONTAINING REPORTS OF CASES IN THE
House of Lords, Privy Council,
COURTS OF EQUITY AND COMMON LAW;
AND IN THE
Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Courts;
CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND CROWN CASES RESERVED.
EDMUND H. BENNETT AND CHAUNCEY SMITH,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
Containing cases in the House of Lords, the Privy Council, the Courts of Common
Law, and the Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Courts, during the years 1853 - 54.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1854, by
LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
STEREOTYPED BY STONE AND SMART.
JUDGES OF THE SEVERAL COURTS
DURING THE PERIOD OF THE DECISIONS REPORTED IN THIS
THE SEVERAL COURTS OF CHANCERY.
Right Hon. LORD CRANWORTH, Lord High Chancellor.
I The Court of Appeal.
į Vice-Chancellors. Right Hon. Sir William P. Wood,
Right Hon. Sir JOHN JERVIS, Knt., Lord Chief Justice.