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COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION. Trinity Examination, 1881. General Examination of Sttdents of the Inns of Court, held at Lincoln's-inn Hal!, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th of May, 1881.

The Coudcii of Legal Education have awarded to Charles Francis Bastable, of the Middle Temple, a studentship in jurisprudence and Roman lav, of one hundred guineas, to continue for a period of two years.

The council have also awarded to Nathaniel Micklem, of Lincoln's-inn, the Barstow Law Scholarship; and to Nathaniel Micklem, of Lincoln's inn, and Percy Ferdinand Wheeler, of Lincoln's-inn, certificates of honour of the second class.

The council have also awarded to the following students certificates that they have satisfactorily passed a public examination:—Herbert Burgers Barrett, Francis Douglas Blake, John Brailsfbrd Bright, Henry Herbert Browell, Henry Jacob Canekeratne, Rennell Coleridge, William Henry Cross, Eben William Wynn Edwards, George Elliott, Victor Beare Fitz-Gibton, Ralph Hare Griffin, Sir John Alexander Hanham, Charles Moon Kennedy, George Somes Layard, Arthur Brooke Lloyd, Jmnes Challenor Lyncb, Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, William Henry MacGeorge, Hon. John William Mansfield, Gilbert Metcalfe, George St. John Mildmay, Alexander FraBer Morrison, Arthur Edgar Gravenor Rhodes, Thomas Arthur Robert*, Malcolm William Searle, James Arthur Percival Stephens, and Edward Fairfax Studd, of the Inner Temple; Robert Walter Clifton, Charles Simon Dsvson, Aithur Monntjoy Dunne, Hugh Owen Edwards, William Grant Ellis, George Charles Frames, James George Frazer, George G. Gray, John Carey Hall, Charles Valentine Hickie, John Cunningham Leupolt, Thomas A. Meates, Charles Henry Lawrence Neisb, Robert Roy, Edmund Selous, Roger William Wallace, and Benjamin Whitehead, of the Middle Temple; Matthew Henry Box, Edward Broadwood, Charles Sandwith Campbell, William Lewis Comrie, Vincent Waldo Calmady Himlyn, Edward William Jones, John Wanklyn McConnel, Robert Stewart Menzies, Samuel Moore, WTilliam Laurence Wemyss Pearson, Henry William Hayes Redwar, Lorenoe Ralph Ryland, Alexander Campbell Tiley, and Arthur Allen Wickenf, of Linooln'sinn ; and John Overend Evans, Lionel Femeaux Knipe Hill, and Ernest Chester Thomas, of Gray's-inn, Esqs.

The following students passed a satisfactory examination in Roman law :—James Edward Hamilton Benn, Charles Thomas Beresford-Hope, John McLeavy Brown, Christian Frederick Cole, Lionel Ciosskey, George Talham Davis, Clayton Louis Glyn, Hugh Hall, Peregrine Propert Lewes, Henry Ernest Milne, Harry Rose Punh, Leicester Morgan Reed, Edmund Russborough Turton, Edgar Vincent, Robert Woodfal], and Robert Blake Yardley, of the Inner Temple; Blayne; Reynell Townley Balfour, Tom Boothman, Thomas Rawling Bridgwater, James Alexander Beresford Barwick Bruce, Alfred Greenland, Frederick Lting, John Marshall, John Montefiore, Henry Edwin Pears, John Rutherford, John Thomas Beadsworth Sewell, and Charles Unwin Simson, of the Middle Temple; and William Wycliffe Barlow, Hon. William Napitr Bruce, Charles Hayward Izard, John Morris Stone, George William Tallents, and Montagu Couch Wood, of Lincoln's-inn, Esqe.

By order of the council,
(Signed) S. H. Wali-oie, Chairman.

Council Chamber, Lincoln's-inn, June 13.

UNITED LAW STUDENTS' SOCLETY. A meeting of this society was held on Wednesday evening, the 15th inst., Mr. Kaina-JaokBOn in the chair. The society resumed the consideration of Mr. D.'A. B. Collyer'e Bill for the Regulation of the Public Press, and the debate was maintained by Messrs. Symes, Collyer, Rnndle Levey, Harvey, Samuel, Barr, Gamble, and Maclaren, and ultimately tbe Bill was passed by a majority cf one vote. On Wednesday evening, June 22, at eight o'clock, this society will hold a joint debate at Clement'sinn, with the memhera of tbe Somerville Clnb. The subject of debate is, "That tbe present position of women in Eogland, political and social, is injurious to tbe interests of the nation."

BLRMINGHAM LAW STUDENTS' SOCIETY. An ordinary meeting of this society was held in tbe Law Library on Tuesday evening last, T. Horton, Esq., in the chair. After the ordinary business had been disposed of, moot point No. 648 was discussed, namely:—" Don the trustee of a bankrupt lessee estop himself from disclaiming the lease by severing and selling the fixtures? The speakers on the affirmative were Messrs. Platnaner and Cockrane, and on tbe negative Messrs. E. C. Rogers, G. T. Edwards, W. S. Rogers, and Lawden. The chairman, having summed up tbe arguments on either side, put the question to the meeting, when tU majority declared themselves in favour of the negstirr. A vote of thanks to the chairman concluded the proceedings.



Mr. Edwin John Hayes, solicitor, of Birmingham tad Handsworth, town clerk of the borough of Birmingham, died, at his residence, Ashley House, Handsworth, on the 30th tilt. Mr. Hsyes was born in 1824, and was admitted a solicitor in 1850, and he hud practised for about thirty rein at Birmingham. He had for several years been town clerk of the borough, the duties of which office he discharged with great zeal and efficiency, and in snch a manner as to ensure the respect and esteem of all the members of the corporation. He had a good private practice, and he was a perpetua'. commissioner for Warwickshire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire. Mr. Hayes had been for a long time in bid health, and he had recently submitted to a very painful operatim, but without obtaining relief.

MR. WILLIAM SALT. Mr. William Salt, solicitor, died at St. Mary's Cottrt, Shrewsbury, on the 22nd nit. Mr. Salt was tbe third sou of the late Mr. George Salt, solicitor, of Shrewsbury, his mother having been a daunhter of the Rev. George Moultrie, vicnr of Oleobury Mortimer, and he was born in 183'"* He was educated at Shrewsbury School, under Dr. Kennedy, and he served his articles with his father. He w*i admitted a solicitor in 1854, when he went into partnership with his father, and with his elder brother, Mr. Gttxp Moultrie Salt, who was for many years clerk to the Sbressbury Town Improvement Commissioners, and he was in partnership with the latter until his death. He had a very extensive private practice, and he was also a partner in the Salop Bank. He was for many years clerk to the magistrates for the Condover Division of Shropshire, and he hid several times filled the office of under-sheriff of the comity. Mr. Salt was one of the earliest members of the 17ti Shropshire Rifle Volunteers, of which corps he was for many years captain-commandant. He was married to the daughter of Mr. Thomas Sutton, surgeon. Mr. Salt was ■ most accomplished musician, and ne was very highly esteemed by a large circle of professional and private friends

MR. WILLIAM FRANCIS. Mr. William Francis, solicitor (of the firm of Frsneis 4 Collins), of Liverpool and Birkenhead, died at Frsnkville. Rock Ferry, Cheshire, on the 3rd inst. Mr. Francis was born in 1822. He was admitted a solicitor in 1848, and be had practised for over thirty years at Liverpool, having bteo for several years associated in partnership with Mr. Alexander Collins. He had an important and lucrative t nsio ■-. and was a commissioner to administer oatbs in the Supreme Court, a perpetual commissioner for Lancashire and Cheshire, and a commissioner for taking bail in Admiralty. Mr. Francis took an active interest in local and municipal business at Birkenhead, and he had been an alderman ever sinoe the incorporation of the borough. He was buried at the Bebington Cemetery on the 6th inst., many professions! friends and most of the members of the Corporation of Birkenhead being present at tbe funeral.


Mr. Charles Sprengell Greaves, Q.C, who died at his residence, 11, Blandford-equare. on the 3rd inst., in his eightieth •year, was the son of Mr. "William Grtaves, of Mayfield, Staffordshire, and was horn in 1801. He was educated at Queen's College, Oxford, where he graduated second -class in classics in 1824. He was called to the bar at Lincolo's-ina in Michaelmas Term, 1827, and he formerly practised on the Oxford Circuit, and at the Gloucestershire Sessions. He became a Queen's Counsel in 1850, but be had for many years ceased to practise. Mr. Greaves was a well-read criminal lawyer. He was one of the secretaries to the Criminal Ltw Commission, and be assisted in drafting the Criminal Law Consolidation Acts of 1861. He was a bencher of Lincoln's-inn, and a magistrate -and depnty-lieutenant for Staffordshire. Mr. Greaves was married to the daughter of Mr. William Tyson.

MR. HARRY CALDICOTT. Mr. Harry Caldicott, solicitor, of Worcester, died on the 7th inst., afcer a short illness. Mr. Caldicott was the son of Mr. William Caldicott, of Worcester, and was born in 1848. He was articled to Mr. Richard Woof, of Worcester, and he was admitted a solicitor in 1872. He shortly afterwards went into partnership with Mr. Woof, upon whose death, three or four years sgo, he sncceedeJ to the office of clerk to the Worcester City Magistrates. He was also solicitor to the Worcester School Board. Mr. Caldicott was extremely popular in the city. He was an active member of the Worcester Bowing Club, and he occupied an influential position among the local Freemasons. He was buried at the Worcester Cemetery on the 10th inst., many of the magistrates, the corporation, and the Masonio body being present at the funeral. His premature death has caused general regret. At the sitting of the magistrates held the day after his death, Mr. Alderman Barnett alluded to Mr. Caldicott's high personal character, and to the valuable assistance the bench had always received at his hands. The Worcester Town Council have unanimously agreed to a vote of condolence with his family.

MR. JOHN HAYWARD. Mr. John Hayward, solicitor, died at his residence, Brooklands, Dartford, on the 13th inst., at the age of seventy-eight. Mr. Hayward was born in 1803, and was admitted a solicitor in 1825, and he had practised for more than fifty years at Dartford. He had a large praotioe in the town, and he was solicitor to many of the leading gentry in the distriot. He had been for several years in partnership with his son, Mr. John Camden Hayward, who was admitted a solicitor in 1865. He was a perpetual commissioner for the county of Kent, and he held several important appointments. He was registrsr of the Dartford County Court (Circuit No. 48), clerk to the Dartford Board of Gnardians and Assessment Committee, superintendent-registrar, and olerk to the Commissioners of Taxes. He was also clerk (jointly with his son) to the Dartford Sewers Commission, and to the oounty magistrates.


Mr. Yobke H. Bied, solioitor, of 17, Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, hits been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

Mr. William Allitt Canning, solicitor, of Leamington, has been appointed a Perpetual Commissioner for Warwickshire for taking the Acknowledgments of Deeds by Manied Women.

Mr. John Corrie Caster, barrister, has been appointed Recorder of the Borough of Stamford, in succession to the Hon. Edward Chandoa Leigh, Q.C., who has been appointed recorder of Nottingham. Mr. Carter is the son of the late Mr. Samuel Carter, solioitor, M.P. for Coventry. He was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in Michaelmas Term, 1865, and he practises on the Midland Circuit, and at the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and Birmingham Sessions.

Mr. James Chambers, solicitor, of Durham, has been appointed a Perpetual Commissioner for taking the Acknowledgments of Deeds by Married Women lor the County Palatine of Durham, and for the City and County of the City of Durham.

The Hon. Edward Chandos Leigh, Q.C, has been appointed Recorder of the Borough of Nottingham, in succession to Mr. Richard Wildman, resigned. Mr. Leigh is the second son of the first Lord Leigh, and was born in 1832. He was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, where he graduated second class in law and modern history in 1855, and he was afterwards elected a fellow of All Souls' College. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Hilary Term, 1859, and he practises on the Midland Circuit and before Parliamentary Committees. He was for several years a revising barrister, and he was appointed recorder of Stamford in 1864. Mr. Leigh was created a Queen's Counsel a few weeks ago. He is the author (in conjunction with the present Mr. Justice Cave) of a volume of Criminal Law Reports.

Mr. Arthur Griffiths Hill, solicitor, of Crewe, has been appointed a Magistrate for that borougb. Mr. Hill was admitted a t-olicitor in 1S78.

Mr. Walter Williams (of the firm of Messrs. Hadfield A Williams, of Manchester, Altrincham, and Bondon, solicitors), has been appointed by the Lord Chancellor to be a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature.


Edward Willson Crosse, Arthur Willson Crosse, Reginald William Crosse, and Moueton John Riley (Crosse, Sons, & Iiiley), solicitors, Lancaster-plaoe, Strand. June 9. Edward Willson Crosse, Arthur Willson Crosse, and Reginald William Crosse will carry on the said business under the style of Crosse & Sons.

Frederic William Wilson and John Francis WhiteLock Clayton (Wilson & Clayton), solicitors, Sheffield. April 8. Each of the said partners will hereafter oarry on business separately. [Qazeiie, June 10, 1881.]


Joint Stock Companies.
Limited In Chancery.

Drum Slats Quarry Company, Limited.—Petition for winding up, presented June 9, directed to be heard before Fry, J., on Juno 24. Clarke and Go, Lincoln's inn fields, for Griffith and Son, Dolgclly, solicitors for the petitioners

Electric And Maqnktic Company, Limited.—By an order made by Fry, J., dated June 3, it was ordered that the above company bo wound up Campbell and Co, Warwick st, Regent st, solicitors for the petitioners

Skbgby Colliery Limb And Brick Company, Limited.—Petition for winding up, presonted June 3, directed to bo heard before the M.R. on June IS. Ton* and Co, Bedford row, agents for Wells and Hind, Nottingham, solicitors for the petitioner.

f Gazette, Juno 10.1

Coffee Public Houses National Society, Limited.—Vice-Chancellor Hall has, by an order dated May 13, appointed James Waddell, 1, Queen Victoria st, to be official liquidator. Tho creditors are required, on or before July 30, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims to tho above. Friday, Nov. 4 at 2.30 is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debta and claims.

Hornsea Steam Bbick And Tile Works, Limitbd.—By an order made by Bacon, V.C., dated June 3, it was ordered that the above company be wound up. Maude, Gt Winchester st bldgs, agent for Webster and Stynng, Sheffield, solicitors for the petitioner.

Moray Firth Mining Company, Limited.—Tho M.R. has fixed Thursday, June 23, at 12, at his chambers, for the appointment of an official liquidator.

Onllwyn And Dulats Colliery Company, Limited.—Petition for winding up presented Juno 11, directed to l»e heard l>efore Hall, V.C. on July 1. Ditton, Ironmonger lane, solicitor for the petitioners.

Penarth, Sully, And Barry Railway Company—Petition for winding up presented June 8, directed to be heard before Fry, J., on Friday, June 24, Ingledew and Inco, Fcnchurch st, solicitors for tho petitioners. \ (Jazette, Juno 14.J

County Palatine Of Lancaster. Ahcsoft, Robinson, And Wilson, Limited.—The V.C. has fixed July 1 at 2, at tho District Registrar's office, Municipal bldgs,'Dale st, Liverpool, for tho appointment of an official liquidator,

{Gazette, June 14 ] Frieudly Societies Dissolved. Albion Dividend Society, Marquis of Gnmby Inn, Hanley, Stafford. June 7.

[Gazette, Jane 14.J


At tlie sitting of the Court of Appeal on Tuesday, Lord Justice Bkamwell said: I am Benior of thosewho were in tbe habit of sitting with him, and I think expression ought to be given to the grant, and, in my judgment, irreparable loss which the public have sustained in his death. He possessed every quality and accomplishment that a judge needed. He had a very great intellect, at Odch keen and profound. He w s a consummate lawyer, thoroughly imbued with legal principles. He was a man of wast experience, not merely in tbe law, but in those things which make a man what is commonly called a man of the world, fitted to deal with the affairs of the world. He had but one desire when he took his seat upou the bench—that was, that justice should be done according to rigl t. It was said nf him, and truly, that he was rapid in the formation of his opinions and confident in tbe expression of them, and so he was, and so a man of his ability bad a ripht to be; but 1 can say this of him, that a mote candid man never lived, nor one more ready to renounce an opinion, though he had given expression to it in tbe most confident way, if he thought it was wrong. I should like to read a letter written to me by one of my brethren, and I read it because, inasmuch as it is certain that he never thought it would be published, it is a genuine expression of his opinion, an opinion in which wo all agree. He says :—" When I learnt to know what a grand old man he was, wbat a gigantio memory he had, what a large and comprehensive talent, what a freedom from all technicality and prejudice, what a firm knowledge of principles of law, what an intense resolution that justice should be done, and what a firm, generous mind he had, I esteemed him and respected him as much as ever was in me. I suffer great pain from his loss." And so do we all. We have lost a valuable friend and an invaluable associate.

The Attobnet-genekal (tbe whole of tbe bar rising with him) said: My Lords, it is a gad reflection that within tbe last few months—since tbe commencement of tbe legal year—I have had on four occasions to express, on behalf of the members of tbe bar, their deep regret for the loss of eminent judges, and now a fifth name is added to that roll which records the list of tbe distinguished dead. It is just fifty years since Sir William James entered npon onr profession. During those fifty years he stood conspicuously among ns ; at tbe bar and on tbe bench he passed his life surrounded by eminent men and gifted colleagues, end from them all he ever gained the acknowledgment that his duty bad been right well done. During that time many changes have been effeoted in our legal procedure. In conceiving most of them and administering tbe law under many of them Sir William James took sbare and part. Thirty years ago he was a member of that Commission whose labours effeoted great and beneficial changes in tbe proceedings of the Court of Chancery. Ooe of your lordships—Lord Juatioe Bramwell —can bear witness to tbe strength of the colleague who mainly Bhared with him tbe responsibility of framing that report on which tbe Judicature Aot of 1873 was based, And others of us oan tell bow the last days of health left to him were employed in framing suggestions for the still further adaptation of our prooedure to the necessities of an altered time. My Lords, before yon, who were his daily associates, it is almost unbecoming that I should bear testimony to tbe great worth of the late Lord Justice ; yon know better than we that, althongb full of years, his faculties atill remained untoncbed and unimpaired. Tbe facta of the most intricate case required no recoid, except on the tablets of bis memory. His powerful mind was ever ready quickly to form and strongly to express those judgments tbe effeot of which will remain behind him. I trust, my Lords, yon will forgive me for saying that, while this Court of Appeal has gained the foil and perfect confidence both of the pnblio mid onr profession, no jndge has contributed more to the high position it ereupies than be whose great loss we bave now to regret. But in his high qualities as a judge tbe sense of his worth as a man must not be lost. Those will mourn him most who knew bim best. Within the circle of bis home and friendships that charm which can only be found in the combination of a great mind and good: heart diew all closely to him; but beyond and outside

these others stand, and for them (I mean the members of tbe bar) I desire to give expression to the deep sense of tbe loss all sustain by the death of Bo great a judge and so good a man.

In the Rolls Court tbe Master Of The Bolls said:—leannot proceed with the business of the day without expressing the deep grief which I feel at the misfortune which has fallen upon the profession and the publio by the death during the last short vacation of my friend and late colleague in the Appeal Court, Lord Justice Jamas. I cannot say the event was to me wholly unexpected. I have been for a long time aware that his valuable life hung upon a thread which might snap at any moment; but when it did occur it came upon me with a leeling of painful surprise. Only about a fortnight ago, when 1 sit with him in the Appeal Court, he appeared to me to be in his usual health and spirits, and when I left him 1 did not think that that was the last time he would Bit in a court of justice. He was, no doubt, in many respecta fortunate in his death; he Buffered but for a short time from illness; he died in harness and in full possession of all his faculties. Notwithstanding his advanced age, his eyes were sot dimmed nor his hearing dull, I,is attention never flagged, nor did his memory fail him. Of bis eminent qualities as a judge it is diffioult to speak too highly. He had a large liberal mind, unfettered by pediatry and untrammelled by technicalities. His intellect was clear and powerful, and he was distinguished alike by quickness of perception tad rapidity of decision. Hia mastery of equitable principles was thorough. His long and wide experience, and bis rapid apprehension of every argument addressed to him, enabled him almost always to lay down the law with fulness and precision, and all who ever listened to one of his judgments in a heavy and important case could fail to be impressed with tbe remarkable ease with which he unravelled the most complicated facts, and the lucidity with which be expounded the principles of law which applied to the cue before him. We owe to him a debt of gratitude, also, for the part which he took in relieving us from the vast and intricate, though refined, network of rules of pleading and practice which for so many years in the Court ol Chancery obscured and impeded, and sometimes altogether stopped, tho course of justice. And I may mention that almost opto his last hour he was engaged in devising farther improvements in our procedure and in endeavouriag to diminish the delay and expense which are to some extent, no doubt, inseparable from all legal procedure. In short, I may truly say that in deploring his decease we lament tho loss of a consummate lawyer and a good judge.

Mr. Boxbuuoh, Q.C., as the leader of the bar in this court, said:—I believe there is not a member of the bar who does not fully appreciate and reciprocate the sentiments which your lordship has expressed. No ooe who has witnessed the career of the late Lord Justice as I hare done for so many jears oan fail to be indeed struck with the troth of every remark which your Lordship has made. We all feel the loss most sensibly, and I am quite sure that not only the profession but the public has sustained in the death of the late Lot d Justice a very grievous loss.


HOUSE OF LORDS. JUNE 13.—BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bins. — Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Skipton and Kettlewell Railway (Extension to Aytgarth), Rotherham and Bawtry Railway, Barrow-in-Furness Corpora.tion, Exeter Tramways, Whitland and Cardigan Railway, Woking Water and Gas, South Metropolitan Gas, Potteries, Shrewsbury, and North Wales Railway, Metropolitan Board of Works, Charnwood Forest Railway (Deviation, fcc), Birkenhead Corporation (Improvement, &c) (No. 2), liedway Conservancy, Bristol Docks, Great Western Railway.

BILLS READ A THIRD TIME. Private Bills.—London City Tithes Aot, 1879, Extension (St. Botolph Without, Aldgate), Swansea Corporation Loan, Metropolitan District Railway.

JUNE 14. -BILLS READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bills.—Uxbridge and Rickmansworth Rw*

way, South-Eastern Railway, Banbury and Cheltenham
Direct Railway, London and North-Western Railway (New
Railway*), London fiea Water Supply, Oxted and Groom-
bridge Railway, Lea-bridge, Leyton, and WaUbamstow Tram-
ways, Central Norfolk Railway, Metropolitan Bridges,
Swanage Ruilway, Caterham Spring Water, East London
Railway, Kingston and London Railway, Staines and West
Drayton Railway.
Enclosure Provisional Order (Thurlaston Common).

Fugitive Offenders, Land Drainage Provisional Orders,
Local Government (Ireland) Provisional Orders (Bandon,
&c), Local Government Provisional Orders (Halifax, &c).

Local Government Provisional Orders (Brentford Union,

Private Bills.—Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway,
Dagenham Dook, King's Lynn Dock.
Snmmary Jurisdiction (Prooess).

Private Bill.—Boston Dock.

JUNE 13.—BILL READ A SECOND TIME. Consolidated Fnnd (No. 3).

Post OfHoe (Land).

Pbivate Bills.—Caterham Spring Water, East London
Railway, Kingston and London Railway, Staines and West
Drayton Railway.

JUNE 14.—BILL READ A SECOND TIME. Private Bill.—Commons Regulation (Shenfield) Provisional Order.

Private Bills.—London and South-Western Railway,
Local Government Provisional Orders (Horfield, &o.).
Post-office (Land).

Patent for Inventions.

Sale of Intoxioating Liquors on Sunday (Wales).

Elementary Education Provisional Order Confirmation


Rota or Registrars In Attendance On

CS£LZ ""SIE'" '.O.BAOO-.

Monday, June 20Mr. Merivale Mr. Farrer Mr. Cobby

Tuesday 21 King Teesdale Jackson

Wednesday.... 22 Merivale Farrer Cobby

Thursday .... 23 King Teesdale Jackson

Friday 21 Merivale Farrer Cobby

Saturday 25 King Teesdale Jackson

v « It... Mr. Justice Mr. Justice
V. C. Hui, Fj|I kat

Monday, June 20Mr. Clowes Mr. Leach Nr. Ward

Tuesday 21 Koe Latham Pemberton

Wednesday.... 22 Clowes Leach Ward

Thursday .... 23 Koe Latham Pemberton

Friday 24 Clowes Leach Ward

Saturday 25 Koe Latham Pemberton


List Of Appeals Fob Trinity Sittings, 1881.

Bagot v Easton app of pit V C B—Aug 7 (part heard, May
3, by Lords Justices James, Baggallay, and Lush—S 0 to be

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Turner v Turnfr app of E. 8. Turner Key, J—May 28 Great Eastern Rv C > v Norwich & Spalding Ry Co app of

pita VCB— May 30
C uldery v Bartium app of defts MR May 31
Bennett v Hay app of deft Fry, J—June 3

From Orders made on Interlocutory Motions in the
Chancery Division.

Hart v H«rt app of deft M R—May 7

Palmer v Locke app of defis M R—May 19

Lewis v Winkworth app of deft Fry, J—May 19

In ro Gardner, deod Mein v Gardner apps of deft Q J Gardner

Fry, J-May 20 Benn v Griffith app of pits V C B—May 23 Huston v Tobin app of deft Fry, J—May 26 Sephton v Quillian app of J Mactaggart V C H—May 26

(not before June 30) In re HoDkins, deed Williams v Hopkins app of pit Fry, J —May 26

At'orney-Gen v D°an & Canons of Manchester app of Dean

&c V C H—May 26 A'tnrney-G^n v Dean & Canons of Manchester app of Eocle

siastioal Commissioners V 0 H—May 26 "Mounsey v Darbyshire app of inft M K Johnson, from V C of

County Palatini)—May 28 In re Durrant & V & P Act app of vendor V C H—May 28 Cavander v Cole app of pits V C H—May 30 In re The Cape Breton Co limd app of Romney and Harper

and Co Fry, J—Jme 1 The Real and Personal Advance Co limd v McCarthy app of

pits Fry, J—June 2 Davies v Tredwell app of pit Fry, J—June 8

FROM THE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION. For Judgment. (Heard in Hilary Sittings.) Poyser v Mynors app of deft from judgt of A Wills, Esq, Q C at trial (c.a.v. Apr 11—present Lords Justices Bramwell, Btiggallay and Lush)

(Heard in Easter Sittings.) Johnson and anr v Raylton and Co app of deft from Mr Justice Manisty (ca.v. Apr 28—present Lords Justices Bramwell, Brett, and Cotton)

For Hearing.


In re Charles M Roche, gentn. one &c app of Mr Roche from order of Lord Coleridge end Mr. Justice Grove—Apr 27

Corcoran Witt & Co v Phippeu and anr app of pit from judgt of Mr Justice Williams at trial in Middlesex—Dec 11


Toppin v Por l«y app of defta from judgt of Mr Justice Lopes at trial at Wts'minster—March 17 (Security ordered April


McMahon v Field app of pit from part of judgt of Mr Justice

Fry at trial at Chester .March 21 Pngbouse Mill Co, limd v Anderson Bros app of defta from

judgt of Justices Williams and Matnesv, on special case—

Mar 28

ILdgson v Fryor and ors app of defte from judgt of Mr Jue

lico Lindley at trial—Mar 29 Williams v Phillips app of defta James and Dyke from judgt

of Joseph Brown, Eeq, QC, at trial—Mar 29 Toe Rhymney Ry Co v Toe Powell DuflVyn Steam Coal Co,

limd app of defts from judgt of Justices Williams and Mathew

on special case—Mar 30 In Devonshire Coun'y Court at East Stonehouse Lyons v Tucker

app of pit from Justices Grove and Lindley discharging rule

msi to set aside judgt of comity court—Apr 2 Ellis and ors v Haley app of pits from judgt of Mr Justice

Stephen at trial at Leeds—Apr 2 Dollar v Webster app of pit from part of judgt of Mr Justice

M aniaty at trial at Guildhall—Apr 7 Nttional Mercantile Bank, limd v Rymill app of defendant

'rom judgt of Mr Justice Lopes after trial in Middlesex—Apr


Fletcher v Hudson app of defts from judgt of Mr Justice

Steptten at trial at Appleby—Apr 11 S ilomon v Lederer app of deft from judgt of Mr Justice

Williams at trial—Apr 12 Nowitt v Paxton app of pit from judgt of Sir Henry Hawkins

af'er trial in Middlesex—Apr 13 Wileockson v Powell app of deft from judgt of Mr Justice

K'epben at trial in Middlesex—Apr 14 (security ordered

May 18)

Bul<eel and anr v Curteis app of deft from judgt and discharge i f rule nisi by Mr Justice Den man and Baron Pollock—Apr

C ioke and ors v Sheard app of pits from judgt of Baron Pollock and Mr Justice Stephens on special case—Apr 14

Cooke and ors v Sheard app of pits from rale nisi f jr new trial discharged by Justioes Deoman and Cave and Baron Pollock action tried at Liverpool by Mr Justice Manisty

The Mayor, &c, of Rochdale v The Justioes of Lancashire app of pit from judgt of Justices Williams and Mathew on special owe—Apr 23

H Young and Co v The Mayor and Corporation of Rival Leamington Spa app of pita from judgt of Justices Williams and Mathew on special case—Apr 26

Young v The Socora Co and ors app of pit from judgt of Lord Coleridge, C J, at trial—Apr 26

Young v The Sonora Co and ors app of pit from rule nisi disdiarged by Mr Justice Denmau and baron PollockApr 26

Attorney-Gen v Noyes (Q B Revenue Side) app. of AttorneyGen from decree of Mr Justice Grove, Mr Justice Lindley differing—April 26

Markwiok v Redford (deed since action) and ors aop of defts from judgt of Mr Juatics Mathew at trial—April 27

The Manchester and Liverpool District Banking Co Id v Hancook and snr app of pit from judgt of J. P. Murphy, Esq, QC, at trial—April 28

The Manchester and Liverpool District Banking Co Id v Hancock and anr app of pit from rule nut discharged by Juttioes Grove and Lindley—April 28

De Bennies v The Britannia Home and Colonial Firs Association Id app of deft from judgt of Lord Coleridge, L C J, after trial in London—May 3

Erichsen, representative of London Agency of Great Northern Telegraph Co of Copenhagen v Last (Q B Revenue aids) app of Ericbsen from order of Justices Lindlay, Williaas and Mathew on apD ca«e stated by Income Tax Commissioners for City of London—May 10

The Safety Oil Co limd v Borrowman, Phillips, and Co app of deft from judgt of Mr Justice Maniaty at trial—May 11

Sir Edmd G Hornby, Knt v Card well (F B Hanbury third part;) app of third party from order of Lord Coleridge, L C J, and Mr Justice Field overruling demr—May 14

Haywood v The Brunswick Permanent Benefit Building Society app of defte from judgt of Mr Justice Stephen after trial at Manchester—May 17

The Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Co. y Clayton (Q B Revenue Side) app of Insuranoe Co from judgt of Jostjoei Grove and Lindley on case stated by Commrs of Inhabited House Duties for Kingaton-upon-Hu.ll—May 19

The Law Society of the United Kingdom v Shaw and another app of defts from judgt of Mr Justice Grove at trial in Middlesex—May 21

Horner v Oyler and another app of defts from judgt of Mr

Justice Field at trial in Middlesex—May 23 The Mersey Docks and Harbour Board v Lucas (QB Revenue

Side) app of Lucas from order of Justioes Grove and Lindley

on app on case stated by Liverpool Income Tax daunts

—May 23

Hutley v Marshall aop of deft from judgt of Mr Justice

Mathew at trial in Middlesex—May 25 Rayne v Keevil app of deft from judgt of Baron Pollock after

trial—May 26

Fleming v The Mayor &c of Manchester argument of rule nisi for new trial granted by Court of Appeal on application of deft (set down with final appls by order) —May 26

Fleming v The Mayor &c of Manchester app of deft from judgt of Mr Ju«tice Stephen at trial

West of England and South Wales District Bank v Gidley app of deft from judgt of Justices Mathew and CaveMay 31

Brahao v Newby Newby v Braham app of Newby from judgt of Mr Justice Williams at trial without a jurv—June 2

Wainwp'ght v Wilson app of deft from judgt of A Willi, Esq, Q C, at trial—June 9

From Orders made on Interlocutory Motions in the Queen's Bench Division. 1881.

Carr v Render app of deft from rule nisi, discharged by Justices Williams and Mathew (part heard June 3, present—Lords J ustices Bramwell, Brett, and Cotton)

Grant v Holland app of pit from rule nisi discharged hy Justices Williams & Mathew—April 6 (Security ordered April 13)

The Artistic Colour Printing Co limd v Fillan argument of rule nisi for new trial granted by Court of Appeal on application of pit—May 27

Dudley v Brown and another app of defts from rule nisi discharged by Justioes Lopes and Stephen—May 27 m

Toppin v Harper app of defts from judgt of Mr Justice Lindley on intpldr issue after trial in Middlesex—May 23

Betteley v Loaring and anr app of deft Veale from order of Justices Lopes & Stephen for new trial—May 28

Sanderson v Spillraan and ors app of defts Spillman and snr from order of Justioes Manisty A: Bowen for new trial—May 31

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