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LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.

“There is much in the past of which the society may be justly proud; but, after all, the main practical use

SOCIETIES. fulness of the past is to point a moral for the present and the future. It is never permitted to such a body to rest

LAW ASSOCIATION. and be thankful. Its labours and responsibilities

At the usual monthly meeting of the directors, held at the multiply in a corresponding ratio to the increase of its

| hall of the Incorporated Law Society, Chancory-lane, on influence and importance; and, if any proof of this self

Thursday, the 6th of January, the following being present, evident fact were needed, one glance at the comparative

viz, Mr. Desborough (chairman), and Messrs. Hedgers, bulk of the records of the society's work in the earlier

Desborough, jun., Lucas, and Williamson, and A. B. and more recent years of its existence, and even of the Carpenter (secretary), one new member was elected, and work of ten years ago and of to-day, would alone supply the ordinary goneral business was transacted. it. To societies of this character applies with as much truth as to individuals the old adage Qui cessit esse melior cessit esse bonus ; and it may be that, if this chapter is taken up by an historian writing on the same subject fifty years hence, it will be mainly used to illustrate the magnitude of the strides taken in the

MANCHESTER LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. interval. The Incorporated Law Society must ever aspire to be a faithful leader and true reflex of en.

The sixth meeting of the session was held on Tuesday, the lightened views, and a watchful guardian alike of the

4th January, at the Law Library, Cross-street-chambers, at honour and of the best interests of a learned profession.

half-past six o'clock, when the chair was taken by Thomas

Nash, Esq., barrister-at-law. The following was the subject It can only fulfil the task with effect, and raise its voice

for discussion :-"Is it expedient that actions for breach of with authority, if it is heartily supported on all sides by

promise to marry should be abolished ?" Mr. Millar opened those whose cause it represents and advocates. And it in the affirmative, and was followed on the same side by will be a matter for sincere gratification to every member Messrs. Gilmore, Hartley, Coward, Attkins, and Birch; of the society if this record of the past, and the re whilst the negative was supported by Messrs. Norton, Welch, flections which these pages may suggest as to the field J. F. Price, Law, Rycroft, Stocks, Ellison, Smith, and of useful and honourable work which may lie before the Steinberg. Mr. Millar having replied, the learned chairman society in the future, should lead members (and summed up, and the question was decided in favour of the especially country members) of the profession, who have negative. A vote of thanks to the chairman concluded the not yet joined the society's ranks, to realize that there proceedings. are higher and larger considerations involved in doing so than any question of the mere personal conveniences of membership.” After the lists of the council, officers, and examiners,

OBITUARY. the charter and regulations are printed, and then follow the Solicitors Acts, and the regulations for the examina.

SIR REDMOND BARRY. tions, with specimens of the questions set during the

The death is announced of Sir Redmond Barry, K.C.M.G., year 1880. Lists of candidates who passed during the year senior puisne judge of the Supreme Court of the colony of are next given, followed by lists of the honours wou since Victoria. The deceased was the son of Major-General 1856. Subsequently we find the proceedings and resolu- | Henry Green Barry, of Bally clough, Cork, and was born in tiors at the annual and provincial ineetings, and to these 1813. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where succeed lists of the London and country members of the he took the usual degrees, and he was called to the bar in society ; a local list of the latter being also given. Lists Ireland in 1838. A few years later he emigrated to Austraof names of partners in London and country firms who lia, and in 1850 he became Solicitor-General for Victoria. are members of the society, and of foreign correspon

In tbe following year be was appointed a puisne judge of dents of members of the society, are also given. Many

the Supreme Court of the colony, and he filled that office suggestions will, no doubt, be made of desirable additions

for twenty-nine years. In 1875 he acted as Chief Justice, to the contents of the book, and on a future occasion we

and for a few weeks he administered the government of the

colony. He was knighted in 1860, and he was created a may venture upon some, but at present we shall only say

Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. that, for a first attempt, we consider this calendar a

George in 1877. Sir R. Barry was for many years Chan. success.

cellor of the University of Melbourne, and he was a commissioner for the colony of Victoria to the International Ex.

hibition of 1862. He was unmarried. CORRESPONDENCE.

THE HON. CHARLES BUSHE PLUNKET. To CORRESPONDENTS.-W. B., Next week.

The Hon. Charles Bushe Plunket, barrister, died on the THE PAID TRUSTEE SYSTEM.

21st. ult., while on his voyage home from Hong Kong.

Mr, Plunket was the second son of the third Lord Plunket, [To the Editor of the Solicitors' Journal.] his mother being a daughter of the Right Hon. Charles Sir, I should like to ascertain the views of your

Kendal Bushe, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, and he was an readers as to the effect of the paid trustes system upon

elder brother of the Rigbt. Hon. David Plunket, Q.C., M.P. the administration of bankrupts' estates, with the view

He was born in 1828, and was educated at Trinity Col.

| lege, Dublin, and he was called to the bar at Dublin in of learning the opinion of the profession whether the

Hilary Term, 1866. He was for several years commissioner appointment of paid trustees has been advantageous of the Court of Requests at Penang, and he was registrar of or otherwise, either in saving expense or rendering the the Supreme Court of the colony of Hong Kong from 1876 liquidation speedier or more beneficial to the creditors. till 1879, when he was appointed police magistrate and

Of course I have my own opinion on the subject, but coroner at Hong Kong. Mr. Plunket's health had for some as there are many in the profession who have had greater time been failing, and he was returning home on leave of experience than myself, I should like to ascertain their absence. He was married to the daughter of Mr. Robert views.

F. M. Murrell, and be leaves several children.

At the Hertfordsbire Quarter Sessions the Marquis of Salisbury was unanimously elected chairman in the room of Earl Cowper, who reoently resigned.

DR. ROBERT BULLOCK MARSHAM.
Dr. Robert Bullock Marsham, barrister, Warden of Merton
College, Oxford, died at Caversfield House, Oxfordshire, on
the 27th ult., in his ninety-sixth year. The deceased

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1876.

was the eldest son of the Hon. and Rev. Jacob Marsham, D.D., canon of Windsor, and he was LEGAL APPOINTMENTS. grandson of the second Lord Romney. He' was born in 1785, and was educated at Eton and at

Mr. Stair ANDREW AGNew, advocate, bas been appointed Christ Church, Oxford, where he graduated B.A. in 1807.

Depaty Clerk Register for Scotland, in succession to Mr. He was afterwards elected a fellow of Merton College, and

Roger Montgomerie, deceaeed. Mr. Agnew was called to the proceeded to the degree of D.C.L. He was called to the

Seotoh bar in 1860, and bas been for several years Queen's bar in 1813, when he joined the Home Circuit and Kent

Remembranoer for Scotland. Sessions, and he had a fair eriminal business. He was for a short time recorder of the city of Rochester, but he retired

Mr. GEORGE HERBERT BATEs, solicitor (of the firm of from practice in 1826 on being elected warden of Merton

Bates & Jellicorse), of 57, Lincoln's-inn-fields, and ManchesCollege. Dr. Marsbam was a magistrate and deputy.

ter, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths Oxfordshire. He was an active supporter of | in the Sapreme Court of Judicature. the Conservative party, and in 1852 he unsuccessfully con. Mr. LEONARD HENRY COURTNEY, barrister, M.P., who tested the University of Oxford in opposition to Mr. Glad - has been appointed Under-Secrelary of State for the Home stone. He was buried in Merton College Chapel on New Department, is the son of Mr. John Courtney, of Alverton Year's-day. Dr. Marsham was married in 1828 to Jessie, Lady House, Penzance, and was born in 1832. He is a fellow of Anstruther, widow of Sir John Carmichael Aostrother, and St. John's College, Cambridge, when he graduated as daoghter of General David Dewar, and he leaves three sons second wrangler, and first Smith's Prizeman in 1835. He and one daughter. His second son, Dir. Robert Henry was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Trinity Term, 1858, Ballock Marshan, late of the Home Circuit, was for several and he formerly practised in the Chancery Division. Mr. years recorder of Maidstone, and was appointed a magis Courtney was Professor of Political Economy at University trate at Greenwich and Woolwich Police-courts in 1879. College, London, from 1872 till 1875, and he has been

M.P. for Liskeard, in the Liberal interest, since December, MR, WILLIAM HERON.

Mr. Francis Ronald JEFFERY, solicitor, of Worcester, Mr. William Herop, solicitor, died at Manchester on the has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in 22nd ult. Mr. Heron was the son of Mr. James Holt Heron,

| the Supreme Court of Judicature. of Manchester, and was born in 1813. He was admitted a solicitor in 1835. He was formerly in partnership with his

Mr. JOHN JONES, solicitor, of Wrexham, has been apelder brother, Sir Joseph Heron, town clerk of Manchester,

1 pointed a Magistrate for that borough. Mr. Jones was ad. and with Mr. Joseph Grave; but more recently he had

| mitted a solicitor in 1857, and he is n member of the Wrex. carried on business alone. He had an extensive private

ham Town Council. practice, and was for several years solicitor to the overseers Mr. JOAN JAMES Reid, advocate, has been appointed of the parish of Manchester. Mr. Heron's death has caused Queen's Remembrancer for Scotland. Mr. Reid was called great regret at Manchester.

to the Scotch bar in 1870, and he is an advocate depute.

Mr. FREDERICK ISAAC WARNER, solicitor, of Winchester, MR. ROBERT SHAFTO HAWKS.

and Southampton, has been appointed a Perpetual Commis

sionar for taking the Acknowledgments of Deeds by Married Mr. Robert Shafto Hawks, solicitor (the head of the

Women for Hampshire, the city of Winchester, and the firm of Hawks, Stokes, & McKewan), of 101, Borough

town of Southampton. High-street, and Rotherhithe, died at Glenfield, Hertford, on the 26th olt. Mr. Hawks was born in 1817, and was admitted & solicitor in 1839. He was originally in part. DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS. , Dership with Mr. Samuel Piercy, at 15, Three Crown-square, CHARLES POPE GREENHILL and WILLIAM HENRY Rod. Southwark. He afterwards practised alono at 101, Borongh BARD BEAN. Solicitors. 63. Gracechurch-street, London High-street, and at Rotberbithe, and he was joined at a

(Greenhill & Bean). Oct. 1. later date by the late Mr. Frederick Wilmott and Mr.

ARTHUR PRICE LLEWELLYN, HENRY WILLIAN ACKRILL, James John Stokes, and (still more recently) by Mr. and Arthur GODWIN HAMMACK, solicitors, 46, Finsbury. Ernest Frederick McKewan. Mr. Hawks had a large local circus, London (Llewellyn, Ackrill, & Hammack). Oct, 31. practice in the South of London, and he had been for Arthur Price Llewellyn and Henry William Ackrill will many years restry olerk and solicitor to the parish of

henceforth practise as solicitors, in co-partnership, at 3, Rotberbithe. He was also for some years clerk to the Furnival's-inn, Holborn, London. Arthur Godwin HamRotherhitbe Commissioners of Pavements, and to tbe mack will continue to practise as a solicitor at 46, Finsbury. Rotherbitbe Board of Guardians, and saperintendent circus aforesail.

[Gazette, Dec. 31, 1880]." registrar for the district.

PHILIP BERNEY BROWN, ARCHIBALD DONALDSON, and

WALTER WILLIAM WOOLNOUGH, 70, Lincoln's inn-fields MR. JOHN PARKER.

(Brown, Donaldson, & Woolnough). Dec. 31. " Mr. John Parker, solicitor, died at High Wycombe on HARRY CURTIS NISBET, FREDERICK HENRY ROOKE, and the 22nd ult. in his eightieth year. Mr. Parker was the son

SAMUEL JOHN Daw, solicitors, 35, Lincoln's-inn-fields of Mr. William Parker, of High Wycombe. He was born in

I (H. C. Nisbet, Rooke, & Daw). Dec. 31. 1801, and was admitted a solicitor in 1823, and

THOMAS PEEL and John EDWARD GAUNT, solicitors, practised in his native town for over half a century. During

Bradford, York (Peel & Gaunt). Dec. 31. the latter part of his professional career he was associated in

[Gazette, Jan. 4, 1881]. partnership with his son, Mr. John Parker, jun., who was admitted & solicitor in 1856. He was for over forty years town clerk of High Wycombe, and he had an extensive

COMPANIES. private practice. He was clerk to the borough magistrates, the Commissioners of Taxes, and the Charity Trustees, and registrar of the Wycombe County Court (Circuit No. 37),

WINDING-UP NOTICES. most of which offices are now beld by bis son. He was also

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. steward of the Manor of Temple Wycombe, and a perpetual

LIMITED IN CHANCERY. commissioner for Buckinghainshire. Mr. Parker was an COMEDY OPERA COMPANY, LIMITED.-Petition for winding up proactive member of the local Liberal party. He had obtained

seuted Dec 28, directed to be heard before the M.R. on Jan 15.

Lowless and Co, Martin's lane, solicitors for the petitioner great celebrity as an antiquarian, and he was the author of a

SUN ELECTRIC LIGAT COMPANY, LIMITED.-By an order made by work on "The History and Antiquitics of High Wycombe.” Malins, V.C., dated Dec 3, it was ordered that the company be He was buried on the 28th ult., the funeral being attended

wound up. Clarke and Co, Lincoln's inn fields, solicitors for the

petitioners by Lord Carington; the mayor of High Wycombe, and most

[Gazette, Dec. 31.) of the borough magistrates.

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DissolvED.
Boston FRIENDLY FUNERAL CLUB.-Rogers, Temperance Hotel,

Boston, Lincoln, Dec 29
BROAD HIXTON FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Broad Hinton, Wilts. Dec 30

[Gazede, Jan. 4.]

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Tuesday....15 LEGISLATION OF THE WEEK.

Wedsdy....16 General paper.

Saturday ..16 Petns.,sht. caus.&

Saturday ..10 gen. pa.

Thrady. .17) Jan. 6.—The following are the portions of the Queen's

Monday....!?..In Baokruptcy. Friday ....18.. Mots, & gen. pa.

Tuesday....18) Speech relating to English legislation :

(Pets., sht. causes, Wednesday 19 General paper. *“ Bills will be laid before you for the abolition of corporal Sat....... 19 adj. sumas, and

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(gen. pa. punishment in the army and in the pavy. You will be

s Molns, adj. su os. Monday ....21)

Friday ....21 & gen. pa. asked to consider measures for the further Reform of the Law

Tuesday....22 General parer

Sat., .... 22{& gen. pa.

o s Pets, shit. cau999, of Bankruptcy; for the Conservancy of Rivers and the Pre-Wednesday 27 General pas vention of Floods; for the renewal of the Act which estab

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Monday....21., In Bankruptcy, Friday .... 21. Motng. & gen. pa

Tuesday ..25 ) lished Secret Voting ; and for repressing the Corrupt

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Wedsdý ...26 General paper. Practices of which, ia a limited number of towns, there were Saturday ..26 {adj. sumos. and Thursday.. 27) lamentable examples at the last general election."

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Friday ....28

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Saturday ..29 & gen. pa.
Wednesday 2 General paper,

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Monday ....31..In Bankruptcy. .... ...motns., & gen pa.

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(Pets, sht. caus., Wednesday, 2 General paper.
Saturday .. 6 adj. sums. & gen. Thursday... a)
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Monday ....7 SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.

Tuesday.... 8 General paper. Saturday..

Wednesday.. 9
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Monday.... 7..In Bankruptcy.
From January 11 to March 11, 1881.

Friday ....ll.. Mots., & gen. på Tuesday.... 8
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Wednedy.... 9 General paper.
V.C. SIR RICHARD MALINS.

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Tuesday,Janll.. Motns. & gen. pa.

Friday ....11 & gen da. apps, from orders | Friday ....11)

Wednesday..12 General p aper.

(Pets., sht causes, Tuesdy, Jan.11 { made on interlocSaturday ..12 Appeals

Thursday ..13

Saturday ...12 & gen. pa. utory motns, & Monday ....14

Friday......14

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Monday.... 14..In Bankruptcy. Tuesday ....15)

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Tuesday....15) Wednesday..12... Appeals.

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Wednesday..16 General paper, Bkcy. apps. & or

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Thursday ...17 apps.

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& gen. pa. Saturday ...15 S Appeals.

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Wednesday. 19)

Pets, sht. cause Monday ...17

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Thursday ..17 apps.
Thursday: 20.. Motos. & gen. pa. Sitarday ..19

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Friday ......21 | Sht. causes, pets.,

Monday ....21.. In Bankruptoy. App.mots. ex pte, Friday......

& gen pap.

Tuesday....22
apps. from orders
Saturday ..19 Appeals.

Wedne day..23 General paper. Wednesd

Saturday ..12 (Adj.sums. & gen.
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Monday....2

Thursday. ,24)
cutory moins., & Tuesday....22

Monday.... 24)

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Friday ...,25 & General piper Bkcy, apps. & or.

apps, from orders Wednesday..20 Thursday ..20 apps.

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Pets., sht. ca 1903 Wednesday 23{ made on interloc Thursday ..27. Mots, & gen. pa,

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Sht, caus., pe ts. Monday ....28..In Bankruptcy. Saturday ..22

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Friday ... 20 & gen. pa.

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Wednesday.. 2 General paper.
Tuesday ...
Thursday •* apps.

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App, motns.ex pta | Friday ....25

Monday....31

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Wednesday, 26{made on interloc-
Monday....28
Wednesday 2

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Thursd.... 3.. Mots. & gen, pa.

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Monday .... 7..In Bankuptcy. Bkcy, apps, &othr

Friday .... 4 apps from orders

& gen. pa. Thurs, .... 273

Tuesday.... 8
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Wednsday... 2{made on interlo-

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Wednesday. 9 General paper. Friday .... 28

Saturday .. 5{pa. cutory moins, &

Thursday ..10)
Baturday ..29

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Monday .... 7)

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Tuesday.... 8 General paper.

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Thursday ...10..Motns & gen. pa. apps. from orders

V.C. SIR CHARLES HALL. Saturday ...

Short causes, pets.

Appeals Wednesday.. 2{made on interlo- Monday....7

Friday ....11 & gen. pa.

At Lincoln's-inn. cutory morns, & Tuesday....

Tuesday, Jan. 11..Motns. & gen. pa other apps. (App.motns.ex pte

Wednesday..12..General paper. Bkcy apps and or

apps. from ordre

Monday....1 Thursday .. 3

Thursday ..13..Motos. & gen.pa. apps Wednesday made on intcrloc

Tuesday....15 General paper.

Friday......14..Pets, & gen. pa. Friday....

utory mo:ions &
Wednesday..16)

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other apps.
Thursd ....17.. Mots. & gen. pa.

Saturday ..15 sums., & gen. på. Monday,

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Tuesday ...,18 General papar.
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Friday ...,11.. Appeals

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Saturday ..190

Wednesday.19) apps. from orders

Thursday ..10..Mots, & gen. pa. Wednday....9{mada on inter.

Monday....?

Friday ....21.. Pers. & gen. pa. locutory mots., &

Tuesday....22 General paper

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Saturday ..22 { suins, & gen. pa.
Wednesday..23)
Thursday ..24.. Motns & gen pa.

Monday....21)
Friday ...,253 & gen. pa..
s Pets, short caul,

Tuesday....25 General paper.
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

Wednesday, 26

| Adj. sums. & gen. CHANCERY DIVISION.

Saturday .,26 { pa:

Thors, .... 27..Mots, & gcn. pa.

Friday ....28..Petns. & gen. pa. MASTER OF THE ROLLS. Friday .... 28.. Motos. & gen pa. Monday....28

Sht. caus., adj.

Saturday ..29 sums., & gen. på (Pete.,sht. causes, At the Rolls Houge.

Tuesday Mar.1 General paper. Tuesday,Jan.11.. Mots. & gen. pa. | Saturday.,, 29 {adj. sums., and Wednesday, 2)

Monday .. 31 Wednesday 12 caus without wits

(gen. pa.

Thursday .. 3. Motns. & gen. på Tuesday, Feb.i General paper. Thursday ..13) Monday.....31)

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Wednes,.. 2 Friday ....14.. Motns, & gen. pa. Tuesday, Feb.1

& gen, på.

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Monday....7)
Tuesday....18

Saturday .. 5 {adj. sumno, and Wednesday.. 9
General paper.

Tuesdy .... 8 General paper. Wednesday..19

(gen. pa.
Thursday ..10.. Motns, & gen. pa.

Wednsdy.. 9)
Thureday ..20
Monday .... 7

Friday ..... 11 gen. pa.

Sht, caus., pets, & Thurs. ....10.. Motos, & gen. ple Friday.......21..Mtns. & gen, pn. Tuesday .... 8 General paper.

Friday ...... Pins, & gen. på. (Pets., sht. cau. Wednsday.. 9

V.C. SIR JAMES BACON. Saturday ..22 {adj. sums. & gen. Thursday ..10

At Lincoln's-inn.

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Motns., adj, sums.

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Monday ....21 Tharsday ..24.. Mots. & gen. pa. Tuesday....22 Friday ....25.. Pets. & gen. pa, Weinesday.23 Sht, caus., ad.

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Thursday ..21 "*°3 sums, & gen, pa, Friday.... 25 Monday ...,28

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Friday .... 4
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Saturday ..
Monday ....7

Monday ..... 7
Tuesday.... 8 General paper. Tuesday.... 8
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Wednesday . 9
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To > General paper, Friday ....ll..Petns. & gen, pa. Friday ....11

Saturday .. 12
Ms. JUSTICE FRY.

Monday ....14
At Lincoln's-inn.

Tuesday ..15
In consequence of Mr. Justice

Wednesday..16
Thursday ..17

12 General piper. Fry taking part in the Winter Cirecit, his lordship will not Friday ....18 sit in the Chancery Division Saturday ..192 before the 15th of February, or the conclusion of the Circuit, whichever shall be the later.

Nov 10

COURT OF APPEAL.
LIST OF APPEALS FOR HILARY SITTINGS, 1881.
APPEALS FROM THE CHANCERY DIVISION.

For Hearing.
Samuel v Samuel app of plt MR-June 7, 1878

1879. Jewitt v McHenry app of deft MR-Aug 4 (heard Dec 6

To be mentioned on Saturday, Jan 15, by order) Nicholson v the Vestry of Milé End Old Towa app of defts VCM-Dec 31 (restored by order)

1880. Raston Tobin app of plts VCM-Apr 27 Mackie The Cotton Powder Co The Cotton Powder Co v

Mackie app of plt Mackie Fry, J-May 12 Jowett v Foster app of plt MR-May 19 Rayner v Preston app of plt MR-May 20 Dawkins v Antrobus app of plt MR-May 21 The London and Surburban Land and Building Co limd v Field

app of deft MR-May 22 In re Roberts, deod, Pierce v Stell app of plt Denman J

May 25 In re D. Gilson, decd and Trustee Acts app of petnr D. C.

Gilson VC'H-May 27 Wood » Mopk app of plt Fry J-May 27 (8 O for security) Chandler v Pocock app of plt MR-May 28 Kentoo v Owen app of defis Fry, J-May 29 Rooke v Pym app of deft MR-May 31 Eurl de la Warr v Miles app of deft V CB-June 1 Henderson v Tennant app of plts from Vice Warden of the

Stannaries—June 3 Gibson Key app of plt MR-June 5 (S O for security) In re Reade, decd, Salthouse v Rsade app of defto M R

June 14 In re Land Building Government and Guaranteed Securities

Society app of lqdts VC B-June 15 Janes v Brooksbank app of plt Fry J-June 21 Fletcher v McAlam app of plts from y C of County Palatine

of Lancaster-June 21 In re Whatəley, Milward & Co app of Whately & Co V CH

-June 22 Anderson v Barford app of defts Hughes & ors Fry, J

June 26 Attorney-Gen v Hill app of defts Y CB-June 28 Arkwright v Newbold app of defts Fry, J- June 29 la re Strafford, decd, Strafford v Warrea app of G F Ward

MR-June 30 Whiting to Loomes app of Whiting MR-July 3 Fox v Atkinson app of deft: from V C of County Palatine of

Lancaster- July 3 Nobel's Explosive Co, limd v Jones, Scott & Co app of dests

VC B-July 9 Gathercolo v Smith app of deft MR-July 12 Partington y Taylor app of deft Taylor in person from V C of

County Palatine of Lancaster-July 14 ($ O for security) Jones v Jones app of deft VCH-July 14 Ballard v Marsden app of defts Marsden and anr Fry, J

July 19 The Metropolitan Board of Works v The London and North.

Western Ry Co app of defts VCH_July 20 lo re Goodman and Trustee Relief Act app of Pieret MR

July 21

Pike v Fitzgibbon app of deft Lady Fi'zgiobɔn V CM

July 22 Preston y Neele app of Plaintiff VCB-July 22 In re Parkend Coal Co, limd app of Bristol and s W Waggon

Co MR-Aug 6 Leddell v McDougall app of plts Y CB-Aug 7 In re Metropolitao Bank, limd app of G Heiron VC B-Ang Bagot v Easton app of plt V CB-Aug 7 Keen v Laws & Co app of defts VCB-Aug 9

• Fowlers v Walker app of plts and notice of variation by defts

VCB-Aug 9In re Bardo, decd, Bardo v Bardo_app of plt Den, J-Aug 10 Halliday v Roberts app of plts Dən, J— Aug 14 Hyam v Terry app of afts Fry J-Aug 16 In re Fincb, deca, Abbis v Barney app of Thos Bruce and

ors VC'M-Aug 17 Owen's Patent Wheel Tyre & Axle Co limd v Kleinwort app

of plts Y CB-Aug 18 (S O for security) Emma Silver Mining Co limd v Grant app of defts MR

Aug 21 In re Basque Consolidated Silver Mining Co limd app of Mark

Dyett and anr V CH-Aug 23 Io re Eastman's Trade Marks, No 22, 364, and T M Aets app

of Registrar from V C B-Oct 4 Witham v Vade app of plts Fry, J-Oct 8 Crawcour v Salter app of deft Ý CM-Oct 13 Beddall v Wallis app of deft from order on fur, conson. MR

-Oct 25 Krehl v Burrell app of deft Fry, J- Oct 26

Now Appeals. Roxburghe y Cox app of plts VCB-Nov 3 Beckett y Attwood app of plt V CM-Nov 3 In re Camden Charities app of Attorney General V CHWhitmore v Farley app of plt Fry, J-Nov 12 Farrow v Austin app of plt V CM-Nov 13 In re Knapman, decd, Knapman v Wref rd 'app of C F Yorke

and anr' yćH-Nov 15 Da Puy v Welsford app of plt Y CB-Nov 18 Wood i Swan app of deft Ý CB-Nov 25 la re Markbam, deci, Markham v Markham app of J Buckton

VCM–Nov 29 Lyon Teddell app of dft Y CB-Dec 8 Brewer v Yorke Yorke v Brewer app of dft Yorke VCM

Dec 10 Anderson v Butler's Wharf Co app of deft VCH-Dec 16 In re Burton, decd, Burton v Burton app of deft V CB

Dec 17 Dicks v Yates app of deft V CB-Dec 17 Smith y Day app of deft Fry, J—Dec 18 Shetfield Water Works v Bingham app of deft MR-Dec 18 Hecter v Hester app of deft Tbos Hunt VCB-Doc 21 Donnison v The People's Cafe Company app of defts VCM

-Dec 22 Harrison v The Cornwall Minerals Ry CJ app of deft w

Penton, VCH-Dec 23 In re Graham, decd Marsden v Graham app of Attorney-Gen

from Y C of County Palatine of Lancaster Dec 21 Wilmott v Barber app of deft Fry J--Dec 31

188). In re James Gosman's petition of right app of Attorney-Gen

V CM-Jan 1
Edmes y Hacon app of defts Fry, J-Jan 4
From Orders made on Interlocutory Motions in the

Chancery Division.

1880. The London & Brighton Cheap Coal, &c, Co v Cashia (V C B)

app of deft Cashin-Aug 24 (8 O for security) In re ihe Great Britain Mutual Life Assce Socy® (VC H) app

of Mrs Popham-Nov 20 (to be in the paper on Wednesday,

Jan 19, by order) Crackoali v Janson (V CH) app of deft Lovering-Doo 2 In re Westera Districi Bk app of Official Liqt from v C Little

(Preston D R)-Dec 11 * De la Warr v. Melville (V C B) app of defts-D2c 11 De la Wat v Edwards (Y C B) app of defts-Dec 11 De Mora v Concha (V C B) app of M A Concha and Wife

Dec 13 In re Hester & Co, limd (V C B) app of Liqrs—Dec 13 (S O

till further notice)
Lawes v Carter app of pltfs VCM-Dec 16
In re Cavander app of T Warr Buckler VCB-Dao 20
In re Ho't app of CH Holt V CM-Dec 21
In re Watkins decd Watkins v Watkins app of deft VCB-

Dec 22
Fray » Drew app of plt MR-Dec 23

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In re Messrs Browo, Collins & Woode, solrs Swansea and Sro Maraden & apr v Lancashire and Yorkshire Ry Co (Exch) app * Act, 6 & 7 Vic o 73 app of Messrs Bown & Co VCH of defts from order of LC Baron and Sir H Hawkins as to Jan 4

costs of trial before Lord Justice Brett-June 8 Divies v Briggs app of defts VC B-Jan 4

McCollin v Gilpia & ors (Q B) app of defts from judgt of Mr (Original Motion)

Justice Lush at trial-June 14 In re Cavander's Trusts apptn for security for custs (by ord:r) Cbapleo & Wise v Brunswick Permanent Building Society &

ors (CP) app of dest society and app of Robt Smith and anr FROM THE QUEEN'S BENCH, COMMON PLEAS, AND from judgt of Lord Coleridge at trial-June 15 EXCHEQUER DIVISIONS.

Chapleo & Wife v Brunswick Permanent Building Society &

ors (CP) argument of rule nisi for new trial For Judgment.

Crowther & ors v Ladenburg & ors (Esch) defts from app of Bowen v Hull & ord (Q B) app of dofts Hall & aor from LCJ judgt of Baron Pollook at trial-Juge 15 of England and J 19tices Manisty and Bowsettiag aside Garrard & anr v White & ors (Excb) app of plts from judgt of verdict-(c.a.v. Nov. 3 - present Lord Chancellor, Lord Mr Justice Stephen directing non suit-June 16 Coleridge, LC J, and Lord Justice Brett)

Kino v Pilbrow (Exch) app of deft from jadgt of Mr Jastice South-Eastara Ry Co v Railway Com nor: & the Mayor of Stephen at trial-June 16

Hastings (Q B) app of Ry Commors from judgt of L C J of Sutton, carrying on business, &c , The Great Northern Ry Co England & Justices Lush & Manisty on demr-Feb 11 (Q B) app of plt from order of Justicos Losh, Field, and (ca.v. Nov 8-present Lord Chancellor, Lord Coleridge, LCJ, Manisty directing entry of judgt for def 8-Jane 17 add Lord Justice Brett)

Clarke (by next friend) i The Midland Ry Co (Exch) app of Wright v Marwood Gordon v Marwood (QB) argument of rule dests from judgt of Mr Justice Stephen at trial-June 18

pisi-app to place in paper (c.a.v. Nov 17–present Lords Wright & apr, trustee, &c v Cotton & apr (Willat 3rd party) Justices Baggallay, Brett and Cotton)

(Q B) app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Lush at trial with The Mayor, &c, of Saltash y Goodman & anr (CP) app of deft out a jury-June 22 from judgt of Justices Grove and Denman on special case Hanson y The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England (Exch)

(c.a.v. Nov 23-present Lords Justices Baggallay, Brett opp of defts from judgt of Baron Huddleston at trial-June and Cotton)

24 Information and Answer pursuant to Crown Suits Act, 1865 Titley v Stockdale (Exch) app of plt from order of Baron

Attorney. General v London & NW Ry Co (Exch revenue Pollock oa demr-June 26 side) app of defts from decree of L C Baron und Sir H Edward Gilbertson on behalf of himself and the other Eoglish Hawking--(c.a.v. Nov 27 - present Lord Coleridge, L CJ, members of the Ottoman Bank v Joha Ferguson, surveyor of and Lords Justices Baggallay and Brett

taxes (Exch. revenue side) app of Gilbertson from order of Ludgater v Love (CP) app of defts from new trial rule nisi Barons P. llock and Huddlestin-L. C. Baron dissentiente

discharged by Justices Grove and Lindley-(c.a.v. Nov 30 - on appeal case stated by Commissioners of lacome Tax present Lord Chancellor and Lords Justices Baggallay and -July 3 Brett)

The Metropolitan Inner Circle Completion Ry Co v The Heath and anr v Pugh and anr (CP) app of plts from Lord | Metropolitan Ry Co and Met District Ry Co (Exch), app

Coleridge and Mr Justice Lindley, setting aside verdict- of defts from judgt of Baron Huddleston at trial - July 5 * (c.a.v. Dec 3–present Lord Chancellor and Lords Justices Chambers v Gaches (CP) app of deft Gaches from judgt of Baggallay and Brett)

Mr Justice Denman at trial -July 6 The Queen'v P H Hutchings (Q B. Crown side) app of pro Bradford v Symondeon (Q B) appl of deft from judgt of secutor from JJ Lush & Field quashing order of sessions Lord Coleridge at trial- July 17 (ca v Deo 9-present Lord Chancellor and Lords Jasticas Evans and Wife v Liverpool United Tramways and Omnibus Baggallay and Brett)

Co limd (Q B) appl of defte from rule nisi discharged by

LCJ Cockburn and Mr. Justice Bowen -July19
For Hearing.

Burnand v. Rodocadachi (CP) appl of defts from judgt of 1879.

Lord Coleridge at trial-July 20" Moscrop v Newbold & ors (Exch) app of defts Grime &anr from

The Marine Mutual Insurance Asson limd v Young (Exch) judgt of L J Thesiger at trial-Feb 25 Moscrop v Newbold

appl of defts from judgt of Baron Pollock at trial-Julg 26 & ors (Exch) app of deft Newbold from judgt of LJ Thesiger | Danford y McAnulty (Exch) appl of deft from judgt of Mr at trial-Feb 25 (S O till after decision in Exch)

Justice Stephen at trial-July 31 Smith v White (

CP) app of plt from judgt of Mr. Justice Haynes y Etches (Q B) app of deft from judgt of Mr Justice Lopes alter trial without a jury-July 11 (SO for security)

Fry on interpleader issue - Aug 7 Thomas & anr v Proprietors of the Birmingham Canal Naviga

Lechmere & ora v Key and aor (Exch) app of plts from jadgt tion (Q B) app of plt from L CJ of England and Justices

of Mr Justice Fry at trial-Aug 21 Lush' and Manisty-July 12 (pt bd March 16, by Lords

Benyon v Sheridan & ors (CP) app of deft Alexander from Justices Bramwell, Baggallay and Thesiger, restored by order,

judgt of Mr Justice Lopes at trial-Aug 28 but not until Lords Justices Bramweli and Baggallay are Adams & anr v The Serern and Canal Carrying, Shipping and present

Steam Towing Co limd (

CP) appl of defts from judgt of Brain & anr v Thomas & abr (Exch) app of defts Thomas

Lord Coleridge as wrong upon findings of Jury-Aug 23 (SO and Lysagbt from judgt of L'c 'Baron and Baron

until rule for new trial in C P Div is disposed of) Pollock on ap c-Dec 3

Berliner v Royle & anr, sued, &c (CP) app of defts from Bailey & anr v Ford & ora, tradiog, &c (CP) app of Mid

judgt of Mr Justice Lopes at trial - Aug 30 (Š O for security) land Ry Co from judgt of LJ Thesiger after trial-Dec 11

Alderson v Maddison (Excb) app of plts from judgt of Mr Bailey and aor v Ford & ors, trading, &c (CP) app of

Justice Stephen at trial-Aug 30 defts Ford & Co from judgt of 'L J Thesiger after trial-Dec

Cohen v Veitch & ors (Q B) app of plt from jodgt of Mr

Justice Bowen at trial-Oct 13 Bailey & ors v Midland Ry Co (CP) app of defts from judgt

The Pontypool Iron and Tin Plate Co v The Yaismendary Tin of L J Thesiger after trial-Dec 11

Plate Co, limd (Exch) app of plts from judgt of Joseph . 1880.

Brown, Esq, commissioner at trial-Oct 22 Gooch and Wife v The Lambeth Waterworks Co (The Vestry of St. Mary's, Lambeth, 3rd parties) (Exch) app of plt from

New Appeals. judgt of Baron Huddleston at trial - Jan 10 (80 for security) Wright v Marwood (Q B) argument of rule nisi for new trial The New Zealand and Australian Land Co v Watson and anr

granted by Lord Coleridge and L J Bramwell & Baggallay (Q B) app of defts from judgt of Mr Justice Field at trialGordon v Marwood (Q B) argument of rule nisi for new trial Oct 26 granted by Lord Coleridge and L J Bramwell & Baggallay

Wilkinson &Co v Unwin (Q B) app of deft from judgt of Mr March 3

Justice Bowen after trial - Oct 27 Drury, Trustee, &c v The Staffordshire Fire Insurance Co Thomas v Wrighton (CP) app of deft from judgt of LJ

(Excb) app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Stephen at trial - Thesiger at trial-Oct 28 Mar 6'(8 o for security)

Cohen & anr v Parker (CP) app of deft from judgt of Mr Akerblom v Price (Exch) apt of plt from judgt of LC Baron Justice Lindley at trial-Nov 8 and Mr Justice Stephen-Apr 6 (8 0 until rula argued ia Seal v Claridge (Exch) app of plts from judgt of Baron HuddleDivisional Court)

ston át trial- Nov 8 Gatbercole v Smith (CP) app of plt from judgt of Lord Cole York City & County Banking Co v Bainbridge (Exch) app of

ridge attrial-Apr 23 (S O to abide result of Cbaocery Appeal) deft from judgt of Sir H Hawkins aft:r trial --Nov 11 In re Charles M Roche, gentn. one &c (CP) app of Mr Roché Coneily v Steer (Q B) app of plt from judgment of Mr. Justice from Lord Coleridge and Mr. Jastice Grove-Apr 27

Bowen after trial- Nov 12 Richards v Baker (Q B) app of deft from judgment of Madisty,

Greenway and ors v Atkinson and anr (Exch) app of dest J, at trial May 19 (S O for security)

Atkinson from Baron Huddleston at trial Nov 12". Ioman Steam Ship Co v Bischoff & ors (Q B) app of defts from | Mitchell and apr v Homfray (Exch) app of plt from judgment judgment of Lord Justice Brett at trial-June 4

of Mr. Justice Stephen at trial (Leeds) —Nov 15

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