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Sheard, Richard, Liverpool, Provision Dealer. Nov 7 at 3 at offices of Harris and Gorst, Lord at, Liverpool
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FOR CLASSIFIED ARTICLES, an APPOINTMKNTS; CORRESPONDENCE; COURT PAPERS; CURRENT
AFFILIATION, MARRIAGE OF MOTHER, 172, 464
Proposed Chang«s in, 673, 680
— Mr. Justice Williams's Letter, 810, 817, 824,
Appointment*, Resignations, &e.:—
Avory, H. K., appointed Deputy-Clerk of Arraigns
at the Central Criminal Court, 512
Fellow of Cnius College, Cambridge, 171
County Courts (Circuit 35), 682
Real Property to the Council for Legal Education,
Benchers, New, 263, 501, 547, 735
Blofleld, T. 0., appointed Chancellor of the Diocese
of Norwich, 782
Chancellor of County Palatine of Lancaster,
Brodrick, Hon. G. C, elected Warden of Merton
Bucknill, S. P. B., appointed Assistant Secretary
Bulwer, J. R., Q.C., elected M.P. for Cambridge-
Cave, L. W., Q.C., appointed a Justice of the High
Court of Justice, 365, 375; receives the honour
of Knighthood, 434
Chancery Divinion, 838
Exchequer and Audit Department, Somerset
Connaught, H.R.H. the Duke of, called to the
Bench of the Hon. Society of Gray's-inn, 686
Committee, 232, 244
for the Home Department, 183
Druce, C. C, elected President of the Incorporated
Law Sooiety, 707
Order of the Bath, 569
Inner Temple, 200
Hobhouse, Sir A., appointed a Member of the Privy
Jaokson, Sir H. M., 0,0., B*rt., appointed a Judge
of the Queen's Bench Division, 337
Chancery Division, 412; receives the honour of
171, 183, 200, 244, 263, 284, 302, 321, 337, 358,
376, 394, 395, 453, 476, 477, 490, 512, 531, 547,
569, 590, 610. 623, 647, 665, 682, 707, 729, 744,
762, 782, 797, 811, 825, 838, 839, 864, 877, 889,
916, 930, 954
Division of Lincolnshire, 839
Court of Appeal, 12
Bench Division, 337; receives the honour of
Knighthood, 434; receives honorary degree of
LL.D., Dublin, 682
Murray, E. A., appointed Secretary of Presentations
to the Lord Chancellor, 220
Law Society, 707
Criminal Court, 477
Courts (Circuit 33), 647
Hertfordshire Quarter Sessions, 182
395, 412, 434, 453, 665, 682,707
the Treasury, 483, 512
Appointments (continued) :—
Town Clerk*. 171. 284, 337. 422, 512. 811, 930
for Taking Affidavits, 55, 159, 244, 376, 395,
434,490, 531, 665 for Taking Acknowledgments of Deeds by
Married Women, 101, 122, 138, 159, 171, 183,
200, 220. 244, 263, 284, 337, 37S, 394. 512. 531 ,
547, 569,590.610, 623, 647. 665, 7G7, 729, 744,
762, 782. 797, 811, 825, 877, 888
British Honduras, 337
Canada, 569, 590, 762
Cape Colony, 395, 531, 825
Egypt, 263, 273
India, 12, 122, 220, 434, 569, 665, 707, 744,
CASES OF THE WEEK, 10. 29, 47, 72, 93. 116. 134,
Cambridge University—Chancellor's Medal, 226
Cause List—A Suggestion, 323. 347, 409
Cave, Mr. Justice, Dinner to, 405
Chancery-lane, 829, 832
Charley, Sir W., 621
Chief Corn-table, Con <1 act of Case by, 847
Affidavits of Residue, 238
Appeal, Court of, 810, 817, 824. 849
Applications for Judgment. 886
Assizes, Country, London Cases at, 714, 755
Bankruptcy Act, 1869, s. 26 ; 351
Bankruptcy Act—Disclaimer of Leases, 423, 469,
Bankruptcy Legislation, 198
Bells at Burials, 28
Bills of Sale, 426, 926
Certificate Duty, 314
Chancery Pay Office. 8a6
Change of Name, 943
Charity Leases, 862
Clerk of the Peace, 676, 694
Conditions of Sale, 133
Conveyancers to the Court, and their Fees, 72, 93
Att, 896 921, 922,940
Conveyancing Piecedents, Shortcomings of, 71
Divisional Courts, 115
Dormant Funds in Chancery, 523, 653, 658, 755
Enrolling Deed in Chancery, 793
Felony, Cause of Action arising out of, 621
Furnished Houses, 352
Incorporated Law Society, 238, 448
Intermediate Eiamiuation, 153
Meeting of, 719, 722, 740
Brighton Meeting, 10, 27, 926
and the Law Hit, 388, 406, 426, 448, 458
and Parliamentary Representation, 9
Insurances on Unfinished Buildings, 47
Irish Laud Commission, Proposed, 718
Landlord and Tenant. 46
Leases, Precedents of, 72
Leases Bill. 383
Libel and Slander, Law of, 425
Marriage Settlement, Costs of, 740
Correspondence (continued) :—
Matthews, Ex parte. Re Shurpe, 333
of Land in New Z«aland, 277
Mortmain, Statute of, 277
Naval Discipline Act Amendment Bill, 294, 311
Novelty, A, 849
Option to Purchase, 198
Paid Trustee System, 182
Perjury, prosecution for, 523
Queries, 22 & 23 Vict. c. 35, s. 21; 506
Second Mortgages, 369, 388
Sheriffs' Officers, 862, 874, 896, 925, 942
Solicitor, Duty of, Acting for Both Parties on Sale
of Equity of Redemption, 862
Admission of, in Australia, 658, 676
Solicitors' Benevolent Association, 406
Statute of Frauds, Do?s Payment of Purchase -
money for Land take a Case out of, 739
Council of Judges for Merging the Divisions, G7, 87,
■ Mr. Justice Williams' Letter, 98
LoTd Chancellor's Letter, 77, 227
Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873 ; 263, 283
Report of the Committee, 695, 893, 894, 911
Bar Meeting. 23 i, 232
Suggestions of the Incorporated Law Society, 294,
Counsel, Fees of, 3, 330
Remuneration of, 67
County Courts, Registrar's Fees, 541, 571
Proceedings, 16, 172, 202, 245, 437, 477, 836
Court Papers —
House of Lords, 389
494, 513, 627, 783, 949
March 2, 1881; 342
March 14, 1881; 377
Long Vacbtion Notice, 760
Queen's Bench Division, 186, 378,415,438, 454,
456, 496, 514, 533, 550, 573, 629, 948, 952
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division, 187, 949
Master of the Rolls' Chambers, 15
Judges' Chambers, 141, 160
Chancery Pay Office, 684
Chancery Taxing Masters, 15
Winter Assizes, 141, 161
Northern Circuit, 479, 686
Circuits of the Judges, 479, 667, 896
Summer Circuits, 649
Autumn Assizes, 851
Winter Circuits, 931
County Courts, 58, 223, 851
Creditors and Contributories, 15
Savings Bank Act, 1880; 15, 58
Trade-Marks Acts, 58
Acts of Parliament, Publication of, 598
Short Titles, 750
trrent Topics (continued) :—
Affidavits, Loss of, at Chamber?, 42
Con.-titution of, 3, 817, 824
Bankruptcy Adjudications, 41
Nou-delivery of Papers, 87
Special Case, 251
"Assessors" in the Court of Appeal, 65
Suggestions of the Institute of Banker?, 146
Receipts and Payments of the Court, 858
Bankruptcy Legislation, 383
Will of, 483
Bills of Sale, 365, 921
Operation of, 485
Act, 1878, Amendment, 402
Bradlaugh case, 366, 403, 424, 444, 735, 876
Resignation of, 857
Briefs, Fees for Preparing, 537
Chamberlaine v. Barnwell, Costs in, 401
Business in, 653
Vacation Work, 1, G5
Chamber Vacation Business, 691
The Vote for, 771
Chancery Funds—Report, 790
Chancery Paymaster's Office, 2, 127, 212, 232, 271,
309, 329, 443, 597, 635, 655, 671, 713, 769,, 896
Commissioners of Works v. Angus, 384, 444
98, 178, 239, 259, 273, 283, 309, 365: see alto
Council of Judges
Contempt of Court, 402
Contract Fee, Paymeut of, to Vendor's Solicitor,
Conveyancing and Law of Property Bill, 312, 332,
Relief against Forfeitures of Leases, 769, 896,