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BEING A SERIES OF REPORTS OF

CASES

ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN

THE HIGH COURT OF CHANCE RY

AND

THE ROLLS COURT,

IN

IRELAND,

DURING THE YEARS 1850, 1851 AND 1852.

Chancery :
BY MICHAEL ROBERTS WESTROPP, Esq.

Rolls:
By EDWARD SHIRLEY TREVOR, Esq.

VOL. I.

40

DUBLIN:
HODGES AND SMITH, 104 GRAFTON STREET.

1852.

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JUDGES AND LAW OFFICERS

During the period of these Reports.

HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY. Lord Chancellor.—The Right Hon. MAZIERE BRADY. Master of the Rolls.—The Right Hon. Thomas BERRY Cusack Smith.

ATTORNEYS-GENERAL.
The Right Hon. James Henry Monahan.
The Right Hon. John HATCHELL.

SOLICITORS-GENERAL.

John Hatchell, Esq.
HENRY GEORGE HUGHES, Esq.

SERJEANTS.
JOSEPH Stock, Esq., LL.D.
John Howley, Esq.
JAMES O'BRIEN, Esq.
JONATHAN CHRISTIAN, Esq.

The following changes took place : -In Trinity Term 1850 James STRATHEARNE CLOSE, Esq., and WILLIAM KEOGH, Esq., were called within the Bar. In Trinity Term 1851 Serjeant Stock resigned, and JONATHAN CHRISTIAN, Esq., Q. C., was appointed Her Majesty's third Serjeant at Law. In the Vacation after Trinity Term 1850, The Right Hon. Joun DOHERTY, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, died, and was succeeded by The Right Hon. James HENRY MONAHAN, Her Majesty's AttorneyGeneral; John HATCHELL, Esq., Her Majesty's Solicitor-General, was appointed Attorney-General, and Henry GEORGE HUGHES, Esq., Q. C., was appointed SolicitorGeneral. At the Sittings after Trinity Term 1851 a patent of precedence was conferred on The Right Hon. RICHARD WILSON EENE, Q. C.

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