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ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN
THE COURT OF KING's BENCH,
TOGETHER WITH SOME CASES,
HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY,
IN MICHAELMAS, HILARY, EASTER, AND TRINITY TERMS,
BEING TIE WHOLE OF THE FORTY-FOURTH YEAR OF THE BEIGN
OF GEORGE III. (1803 AND 1804.)
TABLES OF THE NAMES OF THE CASES AND OF THE
BY JOHN PRINCE SMITH, ESQ.
OF GRAY'S INN, BARRISTER AT LAW.
SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED.
PRINTED FOR V. CLARKE AND SONS, LAW BOOKSELLERS,
PORTUGAL-STREET, LINCOLN'S INN.
The following work is offered to the public as part of a plan in which the Editor has engaged for giving to the profession the earliest information concerning the decisions of the Court of King's Bench, and occasionally of other Courts, together with an Abridgment of the Statutes as they are passed, and also some other articles on legal subjects of a miscellaneous nature.* While the Editor feels grateful for the encouragement which his plan has hitherto received, he is not unsolicitous as to the reception of this part of his work, now that it assumes the form of a Volume of REPORTS to be continued annually ; in which character he ventures to submit it to the candour of a liberal profession, in the hope that they will receive it with that favour which they usually bestow on every endeavour to be useful, and that indulgence which has been always granted to the well-intended labours of every early candidate in the profession.
* These are published monthly under the title of the Law JOURNAL.