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1, we find the statement “that even in courts of general chancery powers-—that is,
in the English Chancery—-the common practice in matters of concurrent
jurisdiction is to remit parties to their remedy at law, if that is plain and adequate.
I cannot find that the case of Guest v. Oowhriilge Railway Co. touches the
question of third parties. It simply decides the priorities of creditors inter se. The
second case was one relating to goods only, and had no reference to the Act of
27 & 28 ...
But on turning to a Gazette of later date—-that of December lst, 1871we find this
entry: “Crown Oflice, November 80th, 1871. Her Majesty has been pleased, by a
writ under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, to call WILLIADI Roiasnr Gaovs,
We find no notice of the Crown Oflice Rules issued in April last or of the important
Regulations as to Government Prosecutions, which were first laid before
Parliament in 1885, or even of the Prosecutions of Ofibnces Act, 1884. the
principal Act ...
Mr. JOHN HAIOH proposed, and Mr. Josarii Bo'i"i'oMi.ai'_ seconded, find 115
was passed unanimously: “ That the best thanks of this society be presented to
the president, governors, secretaries, treasurer, auditor, and committee for their ...
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