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A TREATISE 



ON THE 



LAW OF EVIDENCE 

AS ADMINISTERED IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND; 

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS FROM SCOTCH, INDIAN, AMERICAN, 

AND OTHER LEGAL SYSTEMS. 

BT HIS HONOUR 

THE LATE JUDGE PITT TAYLOR. 

(IH PART BB-WRITTTEN) 

By G. PITT-LEWIS, Q.C. 

BHttlj Notea aus to American lato 

By CHARLES P. CHAMBERLAYNR 



IN THREE VOLUMES. 

Vol. I. 



LONDON: 

SWEET AND MAXWELL, Ltd., 3, CHANCERY LANE. 

BOSTON, MASS.: 
THE BOSTON BOOK COMPANY, 

1897. 



Lmm OF THE 
lIUIi/D STANFORD JR. UNIVERam. 



Copyright, 1897, 
By The Boston Book Compaitt. 



Jobs Wilbon axcd Son, Cambkidob, U.S.A. 






!? 



PREFACE. 



Thb American editor is completely excused from the 
necessity of saying anything concerning the merits of 
Judge Taylor's original work. A treatise which in Eng- 
land and America has so long and so admirably stood the 
tests of time and daily use among an exacting profession, 
critical as to correctness of statement and fullness of 
research, speaks for itself with sufficient distinctness. 

The ninth English edition embodies many extensive 
and painstaking improvements by G. Pitt Lewis, Esq., 
Q. C. Among others, mention may be made of the facts 
that the original work, while benefited by many additional 
cases, has been condensed, without sacrifice of essential 
value; and that the range of citation for English and 
Irish cases and for English legislation has been carried 
down to a late day. The condensation referred to has 
added clearness to the text. Many illustrations of prin- 
ciple, which, though valuable in themselves, in earlier 
editions somewhat impeded the flow of thought, have been 
judiciously reduced to a proper position as foot-notes, in 
condensed form and, so far as possible, in alphabetical 
order. The English editor, thinking, to use his own lan- 
guage, " that the true work of the editor of a law book is 
to strive his best to render the work which he is editing 
one that the author would have produced if writing at the 



IV PREFACE. 

present day," has industriously and successfully labored to 
that end. 

The American editor, while not, it is hoped, neglecting 
the valuable consideration suggested by his learned coad- 
jutor, has proposed, as his primary object, a somewhat 
different result : — namely, to give to the profession, so 
far as conveniently possible within the limitations imposed 
by the form of notes, such a statement of the modern law 
of evidence as might be practically useful to the active 
practitioner, and yet possess value to those who were 
desirous of acquainting themselves with the fundamental 
principles of the subject. 

It has seemed necessary, in pursuing this object, that 
many inviting by-paths of antiquarian research should 
consciously be neglected, and the desire to follow the cur^ 
rent of authority up among the headsprings of our juris- 
prudence should be repressed. The historical development 
of the present rules of evidence has been noted only so far 
as seemed fairly needed for a clear conception of the rules 
themselves. The feeling has been strong that the changed 
conditions of modern life have not failed to affect also the 
development of this branch of the law, and that it there- 
fore yearly grows more essential that, as the intricacy and 
magnitude of matters submitted to judicial investigation 
continues to increase, the rules of evidence under which 
they must be determined should be simplified, both in 
number and through being formulated with precision. In 
many ways, statutory and judicial, it is fairly to be said 
that the law of evidence is tending in this direction. 
The present work is intended as a contribution to the 
same end. 

The range of citation has necessarily embraced the entire 
United States and the Province of Canada. So far as 



PREFACE. V 

possible, leading cases have been cited in each jurisdiction. 
But to many a practitioner without ready access to a large 
law library such bountiful citations merely furnish a "feast 
of Tantalus." To remedy this difficulty, so far as possible, 
the point of the case cited has been given in the exact 
language of the court. This not only furnishes a quotable 
statement, but possesses the additional advantage that the 
reader is not forced to rely wholly upon the ability of an 
editor to catch and paraphrase the precise shade of mean- 
ing intended by the court. 

The plan of putting the entire collection of American 
law relating to a particular topic at the end of the English 
chapters on the same subject has been found acceptable in 
practical use, and is continued in the present international 
work. To afford still further opportunity for ready ref- 
erence to American and Canadian law, a separate index 
to subjects treated in the American notes and a separate 
tabulation of cases therein cited have been prepared. 

While it has not proved possible to embrace within the 
present compass certain topics covered by well accepted 
separate treatises, or by the statutes of the several juris- 
dictions, it is hoped that the present work will prove of 
material assistance to our busy profession in the prepara- 
tion and trial of causes, and also be of value to those who 
are interested in a consideration of the underlying prin- 
ciples which affect the larger aspects of the subject. 

CHAELES F. CHAMBEELAYNE. 
B06T09, January 19, 1897. 



^nal^jSfjS. 



PART L 

Nature aiXid Principles of Evidence. 



CHAPTER I. 

PAGB 

Fbelihinabt Obsebyations 1-2 



Note: Deflnitions. 

Evidence — Fact — Proof — TeBtimony — Cnmnla- 
tive Evidence — Competent Evidence — Rele- 
vancy— Legal Relevancy 2^-2* 



CHAPTER II. 

Mattebs Judicially koticed without Proof. • . • 8-21 

Amerioan Note: Judicial Notice. 

Required Cognisance — Instances — Optional Cog- 
nisance — Instances 21^-21^ 



CHAPTER m. 

How Questions op Fact Tried — Functions op Judge 
IN JuRT Trials 22-52 

Amerioan Note : Law and Fact. 

Function of the Court — Construction of Writ- 
ings — Negligence — Due Diligence — Probable 
Cause — Preliminary Facts — Foreign Laws • 52^-52^* 



 • 



AI7ALYSIS. VU 

CHAPTER IV. 

PAOB 

Ths Grounds of Belief 58-68 

CHAPTEE V. 

Pbesumftiyb Eyidenoe 69-183 

Amenoan Kote: Fresnmptions. 

ConeliiBiTe Presmnptioiis — IxutanceB • • • • 183^-188'* 
Fretuinptioiis Proper — InstanceB 188^*-188'' 



PART n. 

Rules Gtoveming the Production of Testimony. 



CHAPTER I. 

Production of ETidence firoTomed by Four Great Bnlet. 

Rule L — Etidekce must corkespond with Issues ; Vari- 
ances; Amendments 184-218 

Amerioan Note : Relation of Pleading to Evidence. 
Evidence de Bene — Relevancy — Auxiliary Facts 218^-218^ 

CHAPTER n. 

Rule II. — Evidence must be confined to Points in Issue 219-257 

American Note : Res inter Alios Aot». 

Instances 257^-257^ 

Relaxation of Rnle — Mental State — Tracing a 
Constant Ganse — Instances — Railroad Cases • 257^-257^ 

Character Evidence. 
Civil and Criminal Cases — Exceptions — Charac- 
ter of Witness — Proof 257«-257«* 



viii AKALXSIS. 

CHAPTER in. 

PAOB 

Rule IIL — Burthen op Proof lies on Pabtt who sub- 
stantiallt asserts the affirmative : — right to 
Begin and to Replt 258-276 

Axnerioan Note : Burden of Proof. 

Doable Meaning — Instances 276^-276^' 

CHAPTER IV. 

Rule IV. — The Best Evidence must alwats be pro- 
duced ; Secondary Evidence (1) As to Documents, 
Notices to Produce, &c. ; (2) As to Oral Evidence, 
Depositions, &c 277-858 

American Note : Best Evidence. 

Early Bnle — Modem Statement — Application to 
Written InBtmmentB 858^-358^ 



PART in. 



Oertain Particular Descriptions of Evidence. 



CHAPTER I. 



Evidence Addressed to the Senses 859-865 

American Note : Beal Evidence. 

Mixed Real Evidence — Instances — Personal In- 
Jnries — Gompnlsory Exhibition — Experiments 
in and out of Conrt 865^-865^ 



CHAPTER n. 
Hearsay is, as a General Rule, rejected 866-891 



ANALYSIS. IX 

PAOB 

Amerioan Kote : Bes GestSB. 
Declaxatioiis Gonstitating — Declarations, Facts in 
the Bes Gests — Declarations, Part of a Bes 
Gesta Fact — Instances — Spontaneity as a 
Test — Narrative — Differences in American 
Decisions — Privity 891^-391» 



Objections — Beported Statements as Facts — 
Instances 391«-391« 



CHAPTER III. 

First Exception to General Rule rejecting Hearsat- 
Eyidence as to Matters of Public and General 
Interest 892-412 

American Note: Matters of Public and General 
Interest. 

Boundaries, Public and Priyate— Reputation . . 412M12^^ 



CHAPTER IV. 

Second Exception to General Rule rejecting Hear- 

sat-Eyidence as to Matters op Pedigree .... 413-427 
American Note : Hearsay concerning Pedigree . 427M27^^ 

CHAPTER V. 

Third Exception to General Rule rejecting Hear- 
say-Evidence AS TO Ancient Possession 428-433 

American Note : Hearsay concerning Ancient Pos- 
session. 

Corroboration 433M33^ 

CHAPTER VI. 

Fourth Exception to General Rule rejecting Hearsay- 
Evidence AFFORDED BY DECLARATIONS BY DECEASED 

Persons against their Pecuniary or Proprietary 
Interests 484-452 

American Note : Declarations against Interest 

Not Admissions 452M52>» 



X AITALYSIS. 

CHAPTER Vn. 

PAGB 

Fifth Exception to General Rule rejecting Hear- 
say-Evidence AFFORDED BT DECLARATIONS IN THE 

Course of Office or Business \ 453-463 

American Note : Shop Books 463^63* 

Books of Account 463M63** 

Entries in Course of Business. 

An Extended Development ....... 463'^-463'* 



CHAPTER Vni. 

Sixth Exception to General Rule rejecting Hear- 
say-Evidence AFFORDED BY DyING DECLARATIONS. . 464-470 

American Note: Dying Declarations. 

Modem Restrictions 470M70^ 



CHAPTER IX. 

Admissions 471-554 

American Note: Admissions. 

Silence — Compromise 554^-554^* 



CHAPTER X. 

Confessions 555-588 

American Note: Confessions. 

Corroboration — Undue Influence — Instances. . 588^-588^ 



ANALYSIS* XI 



PART IV. 

Si>ecial Rules of .Law as to the Evidence in Certain 

Particular Oases. 



CHAPTER L 

FAOB 

Public Policy requires the Exclusion of Evidencb on 
CsBTAiN Matters, viz. : 

(1) Communications during Marriage between 
Husband and Wife: (2) Communications 
with Professional Advisers : (3) Evidence of 
Judicial Personages and of Counsel : (4) Mat- 
ters which are State Secrets: (5) Indecent 
Matters 589-622 

American Note: Friyileged Matters. 

Marital Confidence — Commnnications between 
Attorney and Client — Secrets of State — Pub- 
lic Justice — Grand and Petty Jurors — Sources 
of Information — Matters against Decency . • 622^22** 



CHAPTER 11. 

Ckbtain Matters which are not Provable bt a Sin- 
OLB Witness, viz. : 

(1) Treason: (2) Perjury: (3) Affiliation: (4) 
Breach of Promise to Marry: (5) The Evi- 
dence of Accomplices in Crime 623-635 

American Note : Corroboration. 

Treason — Peijury — Accomplices — Bastardy 
and Seduction 635^-635' 



XU ANALYSIS. 

CHAPTER in. 

PAGB 

Certain Matters which are required to be Evidenced 

BY Writing, viz.: 637-738 

(1) At Common Law : ^ 

(2) By Certain Statutes.* 

American Kote : Statutory Writings 738^ 



CHAPTER IV. 

The Adhissibilitt of Parol Evidence to affect 
Written Instruments 739-808 

American Note: Parol Evidence Rule. 

Limitations applied — Receipts — Bills of Lading 
— Bills of Parcels — Collateral Agreements — 
Scope misunderstood — Mortgages and Tmsts 
— Duress — Illegality — Incapacity — Fraud — 
Consideration — Mistake — Incomplete Deliv- 
ery — Discharge, Waiver, Modification, etc. . 808^08^ 



^ Bj Common Law, " writing " was, in general, equiralent to a deed. The prin- 
cipal matton required by the Common Law to be *' in writing ** (that is by deed) are : 
— (a) Grants or Demises of Incorporeal Rights : (b) Gifts of Personalty unaccom- 
panied by delivery, whether infer vivos or mortii cami: (c) Appointments of Agents 
to execute Deeds : (d) Contracts with Corporations : and (e) Powers of Attorney 
for the Execution of Deeds. 

* The principal matters required by Statute to be evidenced by writing are as 
follows: — (a) Sales of Ships or Shares in Ships: (b) Certain dealings with Real 
Property (including Leases for more than Three Tears) : (c) Or matters falling 
within the Statute of Frauds, such as Assignments or Surrenders of Realty, Special 
Promises by Executors or Administrators, Guarantees, Agreements in consideration 
of Marriage, Contracts for Interests in Lands, Agreements not to be performed within 
a Year, and Sales of Goods for £10, or upwards : (d) Wills and Codicils and Revo- 
cations or Revivals thereof : (e) Acknowledgments (other than by part payment) of 
Debts or Incorporeal Rights which have become Statute-barred : (f ) Acceptances : 
(g) Contracts under the Truck Act : (h) Or under the Merchant Shipping Act : 
(i) Documents governed by various other Acts : Or (j) Documents requiring Inrol- 
ment or Registration, such as Warrants of Attorney or Cognovits, Bills of Sal^ 
Grants of Annuities, &c 



Al^ALYSIS. xiii 



PART V. 
Instruments of Evidence. 



CHAPTER I. 



• 



PAOB 



W1TNE8SBS, AND THE Means of PBOCURtNa their At- 

TENDAMGB 809-873 



CHAPTER n. 

The Competehct of Witnesses ........ 874-910 

American Note : Competenoy of Witnesses. 
Mental Deran£:ement — Youth — Intoxication — 
Atheism — Policy of Law — Judges — Attor- 
ney taking the Stand — Husband and Wife — 
Infiunous Crime — Testamentary Witnesses — 
Functions of Court and Jury 910^-910^ 



CHAPTER in. 

The Examination of Witnesses — including the tak- 
ing OF Affidavits — before an Examiner, or on 
CoMHissiON 911-978 

American Note : Memoranda refreshing Memory. 
Primary Recollection — Secondary BecoUection . 978^-978" 
Separation of Witnesses. 

Consequences of Disobedience 978"-978** 

Bzamination of Witnesses. 

Direct Examination — Scope 978^-978"^ 

Cross Examination — Scope — Impeachment 

— Contradictory Statements 978"'-978*' 

Subsequent Examinations 978^-978^ 



XIV ANALYSIS. 



CHAPTER IV. 

PAGE 

^ Mattebs Evidenced by Public Documents. . . . 979-1179 
American Note : Public Documents. 

Proof— Relevancy 1179M179" 



CHAPTER V. 

Matters Evidenced by Private Writings . . . 1180-1229 

« 

American Kote: Private Writings. 

Production — Proof of Execution — Attested 
Writingrs — Exceptions — Unavailable Wit- 
ness — *'Own Claim"— -Ancient Documents ^ 
— Proof of Contents 1229*-1229» 

Proof of Handwriting. 
Witnesses — Correspondence, etc. — " Com- 
parison of Hands " — Conflict of Authority 
— Ancient Documents — Documents in the 
Case — Province of Court and Jury — Let- 
ters in Reply 1229»-1229«^ 



PART VI. 

Some General Rules as to the Admission 
or Rejection of Evidence at the Trial, 
and as to the Admissibility of Further 
Evidence on Appeal 1280-1234 



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^^^^ ^^' ] Ia^ Recorder, Irt and 2nd Series. Irish. 10 vols. 
or 2nd Ser. . • • . j 

Leigh, R. Leigh's Reports, Virginia, 1829—1839. 9 vols. (B.) 

Uoyd & O Lloyd and Gkx>ld's Ir. Chan. Rep., temp. Sugden, Ch. 1 yoL 

Long, ft T Longfidd and Townsend's Rep. Exchequer, Iroland. 1 vol. 

Louis. Reports of Louisiana, 1830 — 1840. 16 vols. (B.) 

McC McCord's Rep., South Carolina, 1820—1828. 4 vols. (B.C.) 

McC, Ch. R McCord's Chancery Reports, South Carolina, 1826— 1827, 

2 vols. (B.C.) 

McDonall, Inst. . . MoDouall's (Ld. Bankton) Institutes of Law of Scotland. 

McNally, Ev McNally on Evidence, Iroland. 

A. K. Maiah A. K. ManhaU*s Rep., Kentudcy, 1817—1821. 8 vols. (D.) 

J. J. Manh J. J. Marshall's Rep., Kentucky, 1829—1832. 7 vols. (D.) 



• •• 



XYIU ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 

▲BBBEVZA.nOMI. VAIGI OF WOBK, XM. 

Mart Kartin's Beports, Louisiana, 1809—1823. 12 toIb. (B.) 

Mart., N. S Martin's Beports, New Series. Louisiana, 1823—1830. 8 vols. 

(B.) 

Mart., N. Car. B.. Martin's North Carolina Beports, 1778—1797. 1 vol. (D.) 

Mart, ft Y Martin and Terger's Bep., Tennessee, 1825—1828. 1 vol. (D.) 

Mason Mason's Beports, United States, 1st Oirouit Court, 1816— 

1830. 5 Yols. (A.) Judge Story's Decisions. 

Mass Beports of Massaohusetts, 1804—1822. (A.) 

Meto Metoalf s Beports, Massachusetts, 1840—1846. (A.) 

Milw. Eo. Ir. B. . • Mil ward's Ecoles. Lish Bep., temp. Dr. Badolifle. 

Mo Missouri, 1821 -1881. 74 vols. 

Moll Molloy's Beports, Chanoery, Lreland. 8 vols. 

Monroe Monroe's Beports, Kentucky, 1824—1828. 7 vols. (D.) 

Morison Morison's Scotch Beports. 

Munf Munford's Beports, Virginia, 1810—1820. 6 vols. (C.) 

Murph Murphey's Beports, North Carolina, 1804—1819. (C.) 

N. York ay. Code The Code of Civil Procedure of New York, 1860. 

N. York Cr. Code The Code of Ciiminal Procedure of New York, 1850. 

NewHamp Beports of New Hampshire, 1816— 1843. (B.) 

Nott ft M'C Nott and M*Cord's Bep., S. Carolina, 1817—1820. 2 vols. (B.) 

Ohio B Hammond's Ohio Beports, Ohio, 1821—1839. 9 vols. (D.) 

Fa. St • • • • • Pennsylvania State Beports, New York and Albany, 1845^ 

1895. 165 vols. (Series still current.) 

Paige Paige's Chan. Bep., New York, 1828—1844. 10 vols. (B.) 

Paine P^ine's Bep., United States, 2nd Circuit Court, 1810—1826. 

1 vol. (B.) 

Paine ft D. Plr. . , Paine and Duer's PMctioe of the Courts of the United Statefl^ 

New York, 1830. 

Peck Peck's Beports, Tennessee, 1822—1824. 1 vol. (D.) 

Penning • Pennington's Bep., New Jersey, 1806 — 1813. 2 vols. (0.) 

Pennsylv Beports of Pennsylvania, 1829—1832. 3 vols. (B.) 

Pet. Peters' Bep., Supreme Courts of United States, 1827—1843. 

(A.) 

Pet. C. C. B Peters' Circuit Courts Beports, United States, 3rd Circuit Court, 

1803—1818. 1 vol. (B.) 

Pick Pickering's Bep., Massaohusetts, 1823—1840. 24 vols. (A.} 

Porter Porter's Beports, Alabama, 1834—1839. 9 vols. (D.) 

Poth. OU Pothier on Obligations, by Evans, Philadelphia ed., 1826. 

B The Beports. 

B. B • • • Bevised Beports. 

Band Bandolph's Beports, VlrgiDia, 1821—1828. 6 vols. (B.) 

Bawle Bawle's Beports, Pennsylvania, 1828—1836. 5 vols. (A.) 

Bev. St Bevised Statutes of different States in America. 

Bidg. L. ft S Bidgway, Lapp and Schoales' Bep., King's Bench, IieL 1 vol 

Bidg. P. Bidgway's Parliamentary Cases, Lish Parliament. 

BUey Biley's Law Oases, South Carolina, 1836—1837. 1 voL (B.) 

Soh. ft Lef. Schoales and Lefroy's Beports, Chancery, Ireland. 2 vols. 

Serg. ft B. Beigeftiit and Bawle's Bep., Pennsylv., 1818—29. 17 vols. (A.) 



ABBREYIATIONSy ETC. XIX 

▲BBBBTIATICXin. VAHB OF WOBK, BTO. 

Shepl Sheplej's Beports, Maine, 1836—1841. 6 vols. (0.) 

8oQth« Southard's Reports, New Jersey, 1816—1820. 2 vols. (0.) 

Stair Inst Stair's InstiLtutes of the Law of Scotland. 

Story, B. Story's Reports, United States, Ist Girouit, 1839—1846. 8 

▼ols. (A.) Judge Story's Decisions. 

Sninn Sumner's Reports, 1st Circuit Court of United States. Judge 

Story's DeoiBions. 1830— 1839. 3 vols. (A.) 

Swift, Dig Swift's American Digest. 

Swift, By Swift's Amexioau Law of Eyidenoe. Hartford. 

Tait, Ey Tait on Evidenoe. Edinburgh, 1884. 

U. 8 United States. 

Verm. Vermont's Reports, Vermont, 1826—1837. 9 vols. (B.) 

Virg. Gas Virginia Cases, Virginia, 1789—1826. 2 yols. (D.) 

WalL WaDis's Irish Chancery Reports, 1766—1791, 1 toI. ; or In 

references to American Reports, either Wallace's United 
States Supreme Court Reports, Washington, 1863—1874. 
23 yols. ; or else Wallace's Circuit Court Reports, Phila- 
delphia, 1801. 1 yol. 

Wall, Jr Philadelphia. 1842—1862. 3 yols. 

Wssh Washington's Reports, Virginia, 1790—1796. 2 yds. (0.) 

Wssh. C. C. R. . . Washington's Circuit Court Reports, United States, 3rd Circuit 

Court, 1803—1827. 4 yols. (B.) 

Watts Watts' Reports, PennsyWania, 1832—1840. 10 yols. (A.) 

Watts & 8 Watts and Sergeant's Rep., Pennsyly., 1841— 1842. 8 yols. (A.) 

Wend Wendall's Reports, New York, 1828—184 1. (A.) 

Whart Wharton's Reports, Pennsylyania, 1836—1840. 6 yols. (A.) 

Wheat Wheaton'8R^.,SuperiorCt. of Un. States, 1816— 1827. (A.) 

Wheel. C. C Wheeler's Criminal Cases, New Tork. 3 yols. (D.) 

Woodb. & H Woodbury and Minot's Reports, United States, 1st Circuit, 

1845—1847. 2 yols. (A.) 

W4ght, B. Wright's Reports, Ohio, 1831—1884. 1 yd. (D.) 

Teatea Teates' Reports, Pennsylyania, 1791—1808. 4 yols. (B.) 

Terg. • Yeiger's Reports, Tennessee, 1832—1837. 10 yds. (D.) 



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TABLE OF CASES CITED. 



VAGI 

Ajlsok V. Aaron (1849), 3 De G. ft Sm. 475 ; 14 Jnr. 126 701 

Abbey r. Lill (1829), 2 M. & P. 634; 6 Bing. 299 932 

Abbeyleix Oardene v. SutclifPe (1890), 26 L. R. Ir. 332 608 

Abbot «r. Hermon (1830), 7 Greenl. 118 624 

Abbot f». Plumbe (1779), 1 Dong. 216 1208 

Abbot r, Wolsey (1895), 14 R. (July) 211 ; (1895), 2 Q. B. 97 ; 72 L. T. 681 ; 

43 W. R. 613 Add. [689, 690] 

AbboU ff. Abbott and Godoy (1860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 67 ; 4 S. ft T. 254 . . 1048, 

1054 
Abbott 9, Batee (1876), 45 L. J. C. P. 117 ; 33 L. T. 491 ; 24 W. R. 101 . . 748, 766 
Abbott V. Hendricks (1840), 1 M. ft Or. 791 ; 2 SooU, N. R. 183 ; 1 Drink. 

31; 4 Jut. 1113 768 

Abbott 9. Maiwie (1796). 3 Vee. 148 ; 3 R. R. 79 796 

Abbott r. Middleton (1868), 7 H. L. Cas. 68 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 110 ; 33 L. T. 

66; 21 Beav. 143; 6 Jur. N. S. 717 741 

Abbotunv. Donsford (1699). 2 Bott, 80 466 

AbeeU. Radoliff (1816), 13 Johns. 297 673 

Abel t^. Potts (1800), 3 Esp. 242 ; 6 R. R. 826 1048 

Abignye*. Clifton (1612), Hob. 213 901 

Abley v. Dale (1860), 10 G. B. 62 ; 1 L. M. & P. 626 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 33 ; 

14 Jnr. 1069 1148 

Abouloff V. Oppenheimer (1882), 62 L. J. Q. B. 1 ; 10 Q. B. D. 296; 47 

L. T. 325 ; 31 W. R. 67 1142 

Abrath v. North East. Ry. Co. (1886), 11 App. Gas. 247 ; 55 L. J. Q. B. 

467 ; 66 L. T. 63; 15 Cox, 0. 0. 364 30, 31, 110, 643 

Abrey v. Crux (1869), L. R. 6 G. P. 37 ; 39 L. J. C. P. 9 ; 21 L. T. 327. . 767 

Acoerov. Petroni (1815), 1 Stark. 100 922 

Accidental and Mar. Ins. Co., Re (1867), 37 L. J. Ch. 66 ; L. R. 6 Eq. 22; 

17L. T. 308 846 

Acebal r. Levy (1834), 10 Binff. 384; 4 M. & So. 217 689, 691 

Ackanr, Re, Ex parte Bolland (1876), 46 L. J. Bank. 133 ; 3 Ch. D. 126 ; 

34L.T.666; 24 W. R. 932 861 

Ackland v. Pearoe (1811), 2 Gamp. 601 817 

Ackworth, Ex parte (1843), 3 Q. B. 397 ; 1 Dowl. ft L. 718 ; 1 New Sess. 

Gas. 64; 13 L. J. M. G. 38 ; 18 Jur. 291 1139 

A'Conrtv. Cross (1826), 3 Bing. 329; 11 Moore, G. P. 198 712 

Acraman V. Herninian(1851), 16Q.B.998; 20L. J. Q.B. 355; 15 Jur. 1008 736 

Acnunan v. Morrioe (1849), 8 G. B. 449 ; 19 L. J. G. P. 57 ; 14 Jur. 69 . . 690 

Adam 9, Kerr (1798), I Bos. ft P. 360 1213, 1216 

Adams r. Angell (1876), 6 Ch. D. 634 ; 36 L. T. 334 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 352 . . 163 

Adams 9, Baloh (1827), 6 Greenl. 188 1098 

Adams t'. Barnes (1821), 17 Mass. 366 1114 

Adams 9. Barry (1843), 2 Y. & C. (Ch.) 167 601 

Adams r. Dansey (1830), 6 Biug. 606 ; 4 M. ft P. 246 678 

Adams 9. Fire (1841), 3 Meto. 103 1201 

Adams V. Gibney (1830), 6 Bing. 666 ; 4 M. ft P. 491 773 

Adams 9. Jones (1862), 21 L. J. Ch. 362 797 

Adams v. Lloyd (1868), 3 H. ft N. 351 ; 27 L. J. Ex. 499; 4 Jur. N. S. 690 964 

Adams v. Sanders (1829), M. ft M. 373 ; 4 G. ft P. 25 662 

Adams r. Wordley (1836), 1 M. ft W. 374 ; 2 Gale, 29 ; 5 L. J. Ex. 158 ; 

IT. ftG. 620 , 743, 767 

AAtL^if^ Ke (1876), L. R. a P. ft D. 263 146 

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XXU TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

PAGE 

Adamthwaite r. Synge (1816), 1 Stark. 183 1018 

Addingtom?. Olode (1774-6), 2 Wm. Bl. 1030 b94 

Addington v. Magan (1851), 10 G. B 576 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 82 192 

Adelaide, The (1799), 2 Robertson, 611 1095 

Admiral Austen, Re (1852), 2 C. Rob. 112, n 192 

Admiral Boxer, The (1857), Swab. 193 178 

Aflalo ». Fourdrinier (1829), M. & M. 334, n 314 

Agnew V. Jobaon (1878), 47 L. J. M. C. 67 : 13 Cox, 0. C. 626 226 

Agra Bk. v, Barry (1874), L. R. 7 H. L. 155 ; Ir. R. 8 Eq. 325 737 

Agrioultnral Cattle Ins. Co. v. Fitzgerald (1851), 14 Q. B. 432 : 20 L. J. 

Q. B. 244 ; 16 Jur. 489 294, 1197 

Aheam v. Bellman (1879), L. R. 4 Ex. D. 201 ; 40 L. T. 771 ; 27 W. R. 

928 523 

Aheamer. M*Guire (1840), 2 Ir. Eq. R. 437 867 

Ainsworth, Re (1870), L. R.'2 P. & D. 151 699 

AirthPeer. (1839), Pari. Min. 106 423 

Aitken, Ex parte (1820), 4 B. & Aid. 49 694 

Alban f>. Pritohett (1796), 6 T. R. 680 5(S4 

Albert V, The Qrosvenor Inyest. Co. (1867), L. R. 3 Q. B. 123 ; 37 L. J. 

Q.B.24; 8B.&S.664 751 

Alohin if, Hopkins (1834), 1 Bing. N. C. 99 ; 4 H. & So. 615 682 

Alcock V. Cook (1829), 1 Ph. Evid. 251, n. 1 404, 1040 

Aloock 9, The Roy. Exch. Ins. Co. (1849), 13 Q. B. 292 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 

121 ; 13 Jur. 446 924, 926, 949 

Aloock if. Whatmore (1840), 8 Dowl. 616 15 

Aloomv. Larkin (1842), Arm. M. & O. 367 1023 

Alder 1^. Savill (1814), 6 Taun. 464 ; 15 R. R. 661 1160 

Aldersonf;. Clay (1816), 1 Stark. R. 406 169, 288, 626 

Aldersonv. Langdale (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 660 1194 

Alderaon v, Maddison (1877), 8 App. Cas. 467 ; 62 L. J. Q. B. 737 ; 49 L. 

T. 303 ; 31 W. R. 820 ; 47 J. P. 821 539, 688 

Aldous V. ComweU (1868), L. R. 3 Q. B. 673 ; 37 L. J. Q. B. 201 ; 9 B. 

&8. 607 1196,1201 

Aldridge v, Gt. W. Ry. Co. (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. 682 ; 33 L. J, C. P. 

161 729 

Aldridge f^. Haines (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 395 1099 

Aldridge v. Johnson (1867)» 7 E. & B. 886 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 296 ; 3 Jur. 

N. S. 913 690 

Alexander v. Burchfield (1842), 7 M. ft Gr. 1066 ; 3 Scott, N. R. 665 ; 

Car. &M. 76; 11 L. J. C. P. 263 82, 88 

Alexander v, Calder (1885), 64 L. J. Ch. 487 ; 28 Ch. D. 457 ; 33 W. R. 579 912 

Alexander v, Crosbie (1835), Lloyd & G. (temp. Sugden) 145 749 

Alexander v. Dixon (1823), 1 Bing. 366 ; 8 Moore, 387 816 

Alexander v. Strong (1842), 9 M. ft W. 733 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 316 ; 2 Dowl. 

P. C. 266 307 

Alexander v. Vanderzee (1872), L. R. 7 C. P. 630 ; 20 W. R. 871 42 

Alexandria, Mechanics' Bk. of, v. Bk. of Columbia (1820), 6 Wheat. 336. . 388 

Alfonso r.XJ. S. (1843), 2 Story R. 421 278 

Alford V. Clay (1875), Ir. R. 9 Eq. 216 462 

AliTon 9. Fumiyal (1834), 1 C. M. ft R. 277, 296 ; 3 L. J. Ex. 241 ; 4 

Tyr. 751 278, 306, 309,1024 

Allan's Patent, Re (1867), L. R. 1 P. C. 607 ; 36 L. J. P. C. 76 129 

Allen, Re (1839), 2 Curt. 331 694 

Allen V. Bennet (1810), 3 Taun. 169 ; 12 R. R. 633 672, 675 

Allen f^. Cameron (1833), 3 "i^. 907 ; 1 C. ft M. 832 223 

Allen tr. Denstone (1839). 8 0. ft P. 760 388 

Allen r. Duncan (1831), 11 Pick. 309 376 

Allen V, Dundas (1789), 3 T. R. 126 ; 1 R. R. 666 1046, 1103, 1133, 1161 

Allen V. D. of Hamilton (1867), L. R. 2 C. P. 630 ; 16 W. R. 866 829 

Allen V. Maddock (1858), 11 Moo. P. C. C. 427 701, 785 

Allen r. M'Eeen (1833), 1 Sumn. 314 623 

Allen V. Pink (1838), 4 M. ft W. 140 ; 6 Dowl. 668 ; 1 H. ft H. 207 ; 7 L. 
J. Ex. 206 746 

J%« rtf0r$ne$i «r» topagm, not to poiragrapht. 



TABLE OF CASES CITED. XXlll 

PAOB 

Anen 9. Saywaid (1828), 5 Gkeenl. 227 90 

Aliens. Yozall (1844), 1 C. & Kir. 316 819 

Allianoe Bank of Simla v, Carey (1870), 6 0. P. D. 249 ; 49 L. J. C. P. 

781; 29W.Il.306 76 

Allnutt, R© (1864). 33 L. J. P. & M. 86 701 

AJlport V. Meek (1830), 4 C. & P. 267 1224 

Almomiiiio, Re (I860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 46 ; 39 L. T. 19 ; 8W. R. 29 ; 6 

Jur.N. S. 302 701, 786 

Alner v, George (1808), 1 Camp. 892 662, 744 

Alston. In the Qoods of (1892), P. 142 ; 61 L. J. P. 92 ; 66 L. T. 691 ... . 174 

Alvoidr. Baker (1832), 9 Wend. 323 164 

Amalia, The (1864), Brown &L. Adm. 811 186 

Ambrose Rookwood*s Case (1696), 13 How. St. Tr. 139 286 

American Fur Co; r. U. S. (1829), 2 Peters, 358 382 

Amey v. Long (1808), 9 East, 473; 6 Esp. 116 ; 1 Camp. 14 ; 9 R. R. 689 814 

Amherst, Ld. v, Ld. Somers (1788), 2 T. R. 372 ; 1 R. K. 497 1101 

Amiss, Re (1849), 2 Roberts. 116 700 

Amos r. Hnghee (1886), 1 M. & Rob. 464 268, 269 

Amos 9. Smith (1867, should be 1862), 31 L. J. Ex. 423 ; 1 H. & C. 238. . 716 

Anchor MillingOo. 9. Walsh (1891), 32 Am. St. R. 600 Add, [460] 

Anderson v. Anderson (1872), 41 L. J. Ch. 247 ; L. R. 13 £q. 381 ; 26 

L. T. 12; 20W. R. 313 701 

Anderson v. Gill (1868), 3 Maoq. 180 ; 1 Paterson, 738 170, 262 

Anderson r. Gorrie, 14 R. (Feb.) 283 ; 71 L. T. 382 1099 

Anderson v. Hamilton (1816), 8 Price, 244; 4 Moore, C. P. 693, n. ; 2 

Bro. & B. 166, n. 618 

Anderson 9. Hayman (1789), 1 H. Bl. 120; 2 R. R. 734 678 

Anderson v. Long (1823), 10 Serg. & R. 66 262 

Anderson r. Pitcher (1800), 2 Boe. & P. 164 ; 3 Esp. 134 ; 1 Stark. 262 : 

6 R. R. 665 788 

Anderson v. Sanderson (1817), 2 Stark. R. 204; Holt, 691 ; 17 R. R. 681 . 603 

Anderson v. Soot (1806), 1 Camp. 236, n 690 

Anderson r. Thornton (1863), 8 Ex. 426 201, 642 

Anderson 9. Wef'ton (1840), 6 Bing. N. C. 296 146, 461 

Anderson r. Whalley (1862), 3 C. & K. 64 926 

Anderstonr. Magawley (1726), 2 Bro. P. C. 688 , 1040 

Andrew r. Motley (1862), 12 C. B. N. S. 626 ; 32 L. J. C. P. 128. .278, 431, 1216 

Andrews v, Andrews (1884-6), 16 L. R. Ir. 199, 211 793, 797 

Andiewn v. Andrews (m« Re D'Angfibau). 

Andrews V. Askey (1837), 8 C. ft P. 7 263, 264,267, 951, 964 

Andrews v. Elliot (1866), 6 E. ft B. 602; 6 E. ft B. 838; 26 L. J. Q. B. 

336 ; 2 Jnr. N. S. 663 643 

Andrews v, HaUee (1863), 2 E. ft B. 349 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 409 ; 17 Jnr. 761 116 

Andrews r. Martin (1862), 12 C. B. N. S. 371 ; 6 L. T. 433 869, 871 

Andrews 9. Palmer (1812), 1 Ves. ft B. 22 829 

Andrews r. Solomon (1816), 1 Peters C. C. Rep. 366 698 

Andrews V. Tomer (1842), 3 Q. B. 177 708, 709 

Andrews v, Vanduzer (1814), 1 1 Johns. 88 266 

Angell V. Dnke (1876), L. R. 10 Q. B. 174 ; 44 L. J. Q. B. 78 ; 32 L. T. 

26; 23W. R.307 683, 764 

Angell 9. Worsley (1849), 2 Ex. 196, n 146 

Anglesey (M. of) v. Ld. Hatherton (1842), 10 M. ft W. 218 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 

67 231, 232, 402,408 

Apglo-French Co-operative Soo., Re (1880), 14 Ch. D. 633 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 

388 : 28 W. R. 680 36 

Angos 9, Dalton (1881), 3 Q. B. D. 86 ; 6 App. Cas. 740 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 

689; 44L. T. 844; 30W. R. 196 115 

Angus r. Smith (1829), M. ft M. 473 964 

Ann, The (1860), Lush. Adm. R. 66 186 

Annapolis, The (I860), Lush. Adm. R. 296 ; 80 L. J. Adm. 201 ; 4 L. T. 

417 178, 976,977 

Annesley v. Ld. Anglsses (1743), 17 How. St. Tr. 1430 . .66, 81, 108, 368, 692, 

606, 610, 892, 976, 977 

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TAOfB 

Annett 9. Osborne (1840), 2 Jebb & Sy. 376 31 

Anon, (undated), cited 3 Esp. 115 645 

Auon. (undated), Rj. & M. 143 1227 

Anon, (undated), 1 Fh. Ev. 406 569 

Anon, (undated), cited 2 Ph. Ev. 623 976 

Anon, (undated), cited 6 East, 196; 8 R. R. 455 464 

Anon. (1623), 2 RoUe R. 256 114 

Anon. (1670), 11 Mod. 79 9 

Anon. (1693), Skin. 404 692, 696 

Anon. (1698), 1 Ld. Raym. 731 108 

Anon. (1748), 3 Atk. 644 612 

Anon. (1763;, 1 Lew. 101 923 

Anon. (1764), cited 6 B. & Aid. 939, 940, n 629 

Anon. (1799), 12 Mod. 345 9 

Anon. (1807, Burr's Trial), Evid. for Deft., 2 616 

Anon. (1808), cited 2 Ph. Ev. 29 1117 

Anon (1810), cited 2 Camp. 390 n 1161 

Anon. (1811), 8 Mass. 370 604 

Anon. (1827), 1 Moo. C. C. 101 924 

Anon. (1830), 1 B. & Ad. 382 1100 

Anon. (1832), 1 Dowl. 167 870, 872 

Anon. (1833), 1 Lew. C. C. 128, 133, 134 824, 825 

Anon. (1833), 1 Hill, S. C. 261 972, 973 

Anon. (1841), Lr. C. R. 166, 167, n. (a) '. 238 

Anon. (1841), 3 Ir. L. R. 301 871 

Anon. (1841), Lr. C. R. 374 165 

Aaon. (1846), cited Bull. N. P. 2«6 b 1228 

Anon. (1878), cited Campbell v, Twemlow, 1 Price, 88 890 

Anon. V. Anon. (1866), 22 Beav. 481 ; 23 Beav. 273 621 

Anflteef;.Nehnes(1863),lH.&N.226: 26L.J.Ex.6; 27L.T.190; 4W.R.6r2 787 

Anstey v. Dowsing (1746-6), 2 Str. 1253 ; Bull. N. P. 264 279 

Antram v. Chace (1812), 16 East, 209 ; 1 Rose, 344 1038 

Apoth. Co. V. Bentley (1824), Ry. & M. 169 ; 1 C. & P. 538 267 

Appleton 1^. Ld. Braybrook (1817), 6 M. & S. 34 ; 2 Stark. R. 6 ; 18 R. R. 294 62 

Appotens r. Dunswell (1699), 2 Bott, 80 465 

Aranguerin r. Scbolfield (1866), 1 H. & N. 494 ; 28 L. T. O. S. 106 808 

Arbon v. Fussell (1862), 1 N. R. 31 ; 9 Jur. N. 8. 763 ; 11 W. R. 26 ; 7 

L. T. 718 133 

Archangelo v. Thomson (181 1), 2 Camp. 620 ; 12 R. R. 758 164 

Archer, Re (1871), L. R. 2 P. &D. 262 ; 40 L. J. P. & M. 80 ; 19 W. R. 785 699 

Archer r. Baynes (1850), 6 Ex. 626; 20 L. J. Ex. 64 670, 672 

Archer v. Leonard (1868), 16 Ir. Ch. R. 267 710, 711 

Arden v. SuUivan (1860), 14 Q. B. 832 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 268 ; 14 Jur. 712. . 664 

Arding v. Flower (1800), 8 T. R. 536 ; 3 Esp. 117 866, 869 

Argoll, Ly. t;. Cheney (1624), Palmer, 402 1200 

Arklow, The (see Emery v. Ciohero). 

Arlett t;. Ellis (or Sheft'ord) (1827), 7 B. & C. 346 ; 9 D. & R. 897 ; 9 B. & 

C. 671 116 

Armistead v. Wilde (1861), 17 Q. B. 261 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 624 ; 15 Jur. 

1010 162 

Armory v. Delamirie (1721), 1 Str. 606 ; 1 Sm. L. C. 385 108, 117, 361 

Armstrong, Re, Ex parte Lindsay. (1892) 1 Q. B. 327 ; 66 L. T. 464 ; 40 

W. R. 159; 17 Cox, C. C. 349; 8 M. B. R. 271 36 

Armstrong v. Hewett (1817), 4 Price, 216 ; 18 R. R. 707 430, 1050 

Armstrong v. Norton (1839), 2 Ir. L. R. 96 1113 

Armstrong v. Stockham (1835), 24 L. J. Ch. 176 ; 3 Eq. Rep. 130 1030 

Amit's Trusts, Re (1868), lr. Rep. 6 Eq. 352 100 

Arnold V, Bp. of Bath & W. (1829), 6 Bing. 316 ; 2 M. & P. 65o 1050 

Arnold v. Blaker (1871), 40 L. J. Q. B. 185 ; L. R. 6 Q. B. 433 ; 19 W. R. 

1090 124 

Arnold v. Hamel (1864), 9 Ex. 404 ; 2 C. L. R. 499 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 137 . . 40, 226, 227 
Arnold v, Holbrook (1873), L. R. 8 Q. B. 96 ; 42 L. J. Q. B. 80 ; 28 L. T. 

23 ; 21 W. R. 330 1 24 



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TABLE OP CASES CITED. XXY 

PAOB 

Arnold 9. May. of Fbole (1842), 4 M. ft Gr. 860 ; 12 L. J. C. F. 97 ; 7 Jur. 

653; fiSoott, N. R. 741; 2DowLN. S.574 639, 640, 644,645 

Anott V. Hayee (1887), 36 Ch. D. 731; 56 L. J. Gh. 844; 57L.T. 299; 36 

W. R, 246 1062 

Arnott 9. Bedfem (1826), 3 Bing. 353 ; 2 G. ft P. 88; 11 Moore, C. P. 

209 1163, 1164 

Amsby v. Woodward (1827), 6 B. ft G. 519 : 9 Bowl, ft R. 536 522 

Aron^aiy v. liambonade (1881), 50 L. J. P. G. 28 ; 6 App. Gas. 364 ; 44 

Ij. T 895 149 

Amndtil p, lid." Falmouth (isii),^ M. ft'SelViio ; ' 16 R.' R.' 305 !!!!!!!! 404 

AnmdeU v. White (1811), 14 Ea«t, 218 1033 

Ash, Re (1856), Deane*B Eco. R. 181 ; 2 Jar. N. S. 526 701 

Afthbyff. Bates (1846), 16 M. ft W. 589; 4 Bowl, ft L. 33 259 

Aahhj V. Jameci (^1843), 11 M. ft W. 542 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 295 ^ 716 

Ashcroft r. Mornn (1842), 4 M. ft Gr. 450 ; 6 Jar. 783 671, 675 

Aaher v. Whitelock (1865), 36 L. J. Q. B. 17 ; L. R. 1 Q. B. 1 ; 13 L. T. 

254 ; 11 Jur. N. 8. 925 118 

A«hforth V, Bedford (1873). L. R. 9 G. P. 20 ; 43 L. J. G. P. 57 42 

Afthhorst v. Mill (1848;, 7 Hare, 502 ; 12 Jar. 693, 1036 749 

AflhUn r. Lee (1875), 44 L. J. Gh. 376 ; 32 L. T. 348 ; 23 W. R. 458 ... . 721 
AshlinflT r. Boon, (1891), 1 Gh. 668 ; 60 L. J. Gh. 306 ; 64 L. T. 193 ; 39 

W. R. 298 281 

Aihmore, Ke (1843), 3 Curt. 768 696 

Ashmore r. Hardj (1836), 7 G. ft P. 601 617 

Anhpitel V. Bryan (1864), 32 L. J. Q. B. 91 ; 33 L. J. Q. B. »28 ; 3 B. ft 

S. 474 ; 5 B. ft S. 723 ; 3 F. ft F. 183 ; 11 L. T. 221 ; 12 W. R. 1082. . 548 
Aahpitelr. Seroombe (1850), 5 Ex. 147 ; 6 Rail. G. 224: 19 L.J. Ex. 82. .44, 526 
Ashrofood Dowlah Ahmed v. Hyder HoBsein Khan (1885), 11 Moore, Ind. 

App. C. 94 101 

Aahton, In goods of, (1892) P. 83 ; 61 L. J. P. 85 ; 67 L. T. 326 739, 740 

Ashtonr. Ld. Langdale (1851), 4 Be Qex ft Sm. 402, n 684 

Anhton's case (1846), 7 Q. B. 169 811 

Ashwell V. Lomi (1860), L. R. 2 P. ft B. 477 136 

Aflhworth r. Mann (1878). 16 Gh. B. 363 ; 47 L. J. Gh. 747 ; 50 L. J. Gh. 

107 ; 43 L. T. 663 ; 28 W. R. 965 683 

Ashworth r. Oatram (1877), 5 Ch. B. 923 ; 46 L. J. Gh. 687 ; 26 W. R. 

896 ; 37 L. T. 85 ; 36 L. T. 400 663 

Adin V. Parkin (1758), 2 Barr. 665 1113 

Aapden r. Seddon (1875), 44 L. J. Gh. 359 ; L. R. 10 Gh. App. 394 ; 31 

L. T. 626 ; 82 L. T. 415 ; 20 W. R. 580 114 

Astburytf. Belbin(1850), 3 K. ft C. 20 871 

Arte r. Stumore (1884), 53 L. J. Q. B. 82 ; 13 Q. B. B. 326 ; 49 L. T. 742 ; 

32 W. R. 219 ; 5 Ai«p. M. G. 176 769 

Aston, Kx parte (1859), 28 L. J. Gh. 631 ; 4 Be Qex ft J. 220 ; 27 Beav. 

474; 6Jar.N.S.779 965 

Aator r. Union Ins. Go. (1827), 7 Gowen, 202 763 

Atalanta, The (1808), 6 Go. Rob. Adm. 440, 454 102 

AtchinMm r. Baker (1797), Peake, Add. Gas. 103 153 

AtAhley r. Sprigg (1864), 33 L. J. Gh. 345 ; 10 L. T. 16 ; 12 W. R 364 ; 

10 Jnr. N. S. 144 101, 422, 621 

Athenrr Peer. (1836), Pari. Min. 45 425 

Atherfold V. Beard (1788), 2 T. R. 610 ; 1 R. R. 556 996 

Atherley v. Hanrey (1877), 46 L. J. Q. B. 518 ; 2 Q. B. B. 524 ; 36 L. T. 

651; 25 W. R. 727 961, 1182 

Athlone Peer. (1841), 8 Gl. ft Fin. 262 1048 

Atkins V. Garwood (1837), 7 G. ft P. 757 166 

Atkins V. Hatton (1794), 2 Anst. 386 ; 3 Gwill. 1406 ; 4 Wood's Becroea, 

410; 2 1i:ag. ft Y. 403; 3 R. R. 589 430, 1050 

Atkins r. Meredith (1836), 4 Bowl. P. G. 658 314 

Atkins r. Palmer (1821), 4 B. ft Ad. 377 347, 348 

Atkins r. Tredffold (1823), 2 B. ft G. 23 ; 3 B. ft R. 200 492, 493 

Atkins r. Ld. WiUoaghbyde Broke (1794), 4 Wood's Becrees, 424; 2 Anst. 

397; 3R.B.591 430 

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XXVI TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAOI 

Atkinson v. Littlewood (1874), L. R. 18 Eq. 696 ; 31 L. T. 225 806 

Atlantic Mat. Ins. Co. v. Hath (1880), 10 Ch. D. 474 ; 44 L. T. 67 ; 29 

W. R. 887 179 

Atterr. Atkinson (18«9), L. R. 1 P. & D. 665 ; 20 L. T. 404 141 

Att..Gen. v. Ashe (1859), 10 Ir. Ch. R. 309 320 

Att.-Gen. i;. Bond (1839), 9 C. & P. 189 956 

Att.-Gen. v. Boston (1847), 1 De Q. & Sm. 619 , 791 

Att.-Gen.i?. Bowman (1791), 2 B. & P. 632, n. (a) 252 

Att.-Gen. v. BradUugh (1886), 14 Q. B. D. 667 ; 64 L. J. Q. B. 205 ; 62 

L. T. 589; 33 W. R. 673 ; 49 J. P. 600 899, 901, 903 

Att.-Gen. r. Brazenose CoU. (1834), 2 Q. & Fin. 295 ; 8 Bligh, N. S. 377 ; 

IL. J. Ch. 66 791 

Att.-Gen. c. Briant (1846), 16 M. & W. 169; 16 L. J. Ex. 266 613, 614 

Att.-Gen. v: May. of Bristol (1820). 2 Jao. & W. 294 790 

Att.-Gen. r. Bulpit (1821), 9 Price, 4 918 

Att.-Gen. v. Bunce (1868), L. R. 6 Eq. 663 ; 37 L. J. Ch. 697 ; 18 L. T. 742 77 

Att.-Gen. V.Calvert (1857), 23 Beav. 248; 26L. J.Ch. 682; 3 Jar. N. S.600 138 

Att.-Gen. r. Cast Plate Glass Co. (1792), 1 Anstr. 39 ; 3 Rev. R. 543 ... . 765 
Att.-Gen. v. Chambers (1854), 23 L. J. Ch. 662 ; 4 De G. M. & G. 206 ; 

2Eq. Rep. 1195; 2 W. R. 636 112 

Att.-Gen. v, Clapham (1854), 4 De G. M. & G. 691 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 177; 

1 Jar. N. 8. 505 791 

Att.-Gen. r. Clerc (1844), 12 M. & W. 640 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 82 201 

Att.-Gen. r. Dakin (1869). 36 L. J. Ex. 167 ; 37 L. J. Ex. 150 ; 39 L. J. 

Ex. 113; L. R. 4E. & I. App. 338 4 

Att..Gen. r. Davison (1825), M'Clel. & Y. 160 325 

Att.-Gen. v. Donaldson (1842), 10 M. & W. 117 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 338 4 

Att.-Gen. v. Drummond (1842, should be 1849), 2 H. of L. Oas. 862 . .784, 791 

Att.-Gen. v. Drummond (1842), 1 Dr. & War. 3o3 786 

Att.-Gen. v. Emerson (1882), 62 L. J. Q. B. 67 ; 10 Q. B. D. 191 ; 48 

L. T. 18; 31 W. R. 191 1183 

Att.-Gen. v. Ewelme Hospital (1853), 17 Beav. 366 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 846 . . 123 

Att.-Gen. r. Fadden (1815), 1 Price, 403 837 

Att.-G«n. V. Ga^km (1882), 20 Ch. D. 519 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 870; 46 L. T. 

180 ; 80 W. R. 558 660 

Att.-Gen. r. Grote (1827), 2 Russ. & My. 699 785 

Att.-Gen. v. HnwkeB (1830), 1 Tyr. 3 ; 1 Cr. & J. 121 216 

Att.-Gen. i;. Hitchcock (1847), 1 Ex. 93 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 259 ; 11 Jur. 478.. 949, 

950, 952, 953 

Att.-Gen. r. Kohler (1861), 9 H. of L. Cas. 660 ; 8 Jur. N. 8. 467 416 

Att.-Gen. t^. Lambe (1838), 8 Y. & C. (Ex.) 162 ; 8 L. J. Ex. 323 ; 2 Jur. 

698 1183 

Att.-Gen. v. Le Merchant (1772), 2 T. R. 201, n 810 

Att.-Gen. v. Corp. of London (1850), 2 Hall & T. 1 : 2 Mao. & G. 247 ; 19 

L.J. Ch. 314; 14 Jur. 205 1183 

Att.-Gen. v. Metrop. Dist. Ry. Co. (1883), L. R. 6 Ex. D. 218 ; 42 L. T. 

342; 28W.R.376 911 

Att.-Gen. r. Murdoch (1862), 1 De G. M. & G. 86 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 694 .... 791 

Att.-Gen. v. Navlor (1864), 33 L. J. Ch. 151 ; 1 H. & M. 809 638 

Att.-G«n. V. North Metropolitan Tram. Co. (1895), 72 L. T. 340 ..Add. [1182] 

Att.-Gen. r. Parker (1747), 3 Atk. 577 791 

Att.-Gen. r. Pamther (1792), 3 Brown, C. C. 443 170 

Att.-Gen. v. Eari of Powis (1853), Kay, 186 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 218 784 

Att.-Gen. v. Radloff (1854), 10 Ex. 84 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 240; 10 Jur. 556 ; 

2C. L. R. 1116 262,884,970 

Att.-Gen. v. Ray (1843), 2 Hare, 518 353 

Att.-Gen. i;. Riddle (1832), 2 C. & J. 493 : 2 Tyr. 523 107 

Att.-Gen. v. St. Cross. Hosp. (1853), 17 Beav. 435 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 793 . . . . 791 

Att.-Gen. v. Sidney Sussex Coll. (1869). 38 L. J. Ch. 657 790 

Att.-Gen. v. Sitwell (1835), 1 Y. & C. Ex. 559 ; 5 L. J. Ex. Eq. 86 750 

Att.-Gen. v. Skinners' Co. (1837;, Cooper C. P. 1 870, 871 

Att -Gen. v. Stephens (1855), 6 De G. M. & G. 141 ; 26 L. J. Ch. 888 ; 

2Jur. N. S. 61 99,442,443,687 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XXVll 

PAOB 

Att.-Gen. «. Saniran (1842), 1 Arm. M. ft O. 294 919 

Att -Gen. v. Theakstone (1820), 8 Price, 89 18, 1093 

Att.-6en. v. Thompeon (1849), 8 Hare, 106 1183 

Att.-Qen. r. TomliDe (1877), 6 Ch. D. 760 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 654; 36 L. T. 

684 ; 25 W. R. 802 ; 16 Ch. D. 160 ; 43 L T. 486 116 

Att..Gen.c.WhitwoodLocalBd. (1870),40L. J.Ch. 692; 19W.R.1107.. 1189 

Att.-Goii,if. Wil«on(1839), 9 8ini. 626; 8 L. J. Oh. 119 813 

Att.-Gen. of Prinoe of Wales v, Crossman (1866), 4 H. & C. 668 ; L. B. 

1 Ex. 381 ; 86 L. J. Ex. 215; 14 L. T. 856 ; 14 W. R. 996 ; 12 Jar. 

N. 8 712 , 275 

Attpee V. Hawe (1878), 9 Ch. D. 837 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 863 ; 26 W. R. 871 ; 

38 L. T. 738 684 

Attridge, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Cases (Eoc. & Mar.), 697 698 

Aitwood r. Small (1838), 6 CI. & Fin. 234 486 

AUwood 9. Taylor (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 289 ; 1 Scott, N. R. 611 1035 

Attwood V. Welton (1828), 7 Conn. 66 950 

Aubert v, Walsh (1812). 4 Taun. 293 154 

Auckland, The Earl of (1861), 30 L. J. P. M. & A. 121 ; Lush. Adm. 164 ; 

(m»m. Maloomson v, Baldook) 16 Moo. P. C. C. 304 ; 5 L. T. 558 ; 10 

W. R. 124 178 

Auckland, Maid of, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Cases (Boc. & M.) 240 1122 

Audley, Ld., oase of (1631), 3 How. St. Tr. 402 893 

Ansnuta, Bk. of v, Earle (1839), 13 Pet. 590 16 

Angiistien v. Challis (1847), 1 Ex. 280; 17 L. J. Ex. 73 285, 288 

Anstee (should be Anstee) v. Nelms (1853), 1 H. & N. 225 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 6 ; 

27 L. T- 190 ; 4 W. R. 612 787 

Ansten, Admiral, Re (1852), 3 Koberts. 611 702 

Austin, Bx parte (1876), 4 Ch. B. 13 ; 46 L. J. Bky. 1 ; 35 L. T. 529 ; 25 

W. R. 61 849 

Austin 9. Bnnyard (1865), 4 F. & F. 253 ; 6 B. & S. 687; 34 L. J. Q. B. 

217 646 

Austin V. Chambers (1837-8), 6 CI. & Fin. 1 486 

Austin 9. Evans (1841), 2 M. & Gr. 430 814 

Anstin r. Guard, of Bethnal Green (1874) L. R. 9 C. P. 91 ; 43 L. J. C. P. 

100; 29L.T.807; 22W.R.406 642 

Anstin r. Mead (1880), 16 Ch. D. 651 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 30 ; 43 L. T. 117 ; 28 

W. B. 891 638 

Austm 9. Olsen (1868), 87 L. J. M. C. 34 ; L. R. 3 Q. B. 208 ; 9 B. & S. 461 ; 

16 l?^r R 426 77 

Austin 9. Rnmaey ^849)72 6/ &'KirV736* ...V.. .'.*.. ... ... .... . . . .329, 1216 

Aostralasia, Bk. of, 9. Breillat (1847), 6 Moore, P. C. R. 162 ; 12 Jur. 

189 160 

Aostralasia, Bk. of, 9. Harding (1860), 19 L. J. C. P. 345 ; 9 C. B. 661 .. 1166 
Australaida, Bk. of, 9. Nias (1851), 16 Q. B. 717 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 284 ... . 1164 
Australian Boy. Mail St. Nav. Co. 9. Marzetti (1855), 11 Ex. 228 ; 24 L. J. 

Ex. 273 642, 646 

Aveline 9. Whisson (1842). 4 M. & Gr. 801 ; 12 L. J. C. P. 158 654 

Ayery 9. Pixley (1808), 4 Mass. 462 706 

ATeson 9. Ld. Kumaird (1806), 6 East, 188; 2 Smith, 286; 8 R. R. 455. .374, 

464, 691 

Awdloy 9. Awdley (1690), 2 Vem. 194 482 

Arkroyd, Re (1847), 1 Ex. 479 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 167 ; 5 Dowl. & L. 701 ... . 1126 
Ayle«ford, Ld., 9. Morris (1873), L. R. 8 Ch. App. 490 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 646 ; 

28 L. T. 641 ; 21 W. R. 424 137 

Aylesford Peer. (1886), 11 App. Cas. 1 416, 621 

Ayliffe 9. Tracy (1722), 2 P. Wms. 66 680 

Aynsley 9. Glorer(1876), 44 L. J. Ch. 623 ; L. R. 10 Ch. App. 283 ; 32 

L.T.345; 23 W. R. 467 76 

Ayrey r. Davenport (1807), 2 Bos. & P. N. R. 474 1031 

Ayroy 9, tLii^ (1^^4^, Z Axid% zU9 ..•••••••-• •* ■.••..•.••.......... 170 

Ayrton 9. Abbott (1849), 14 Q. B. 1 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 314 ; 14 Jur. 314 . . 1099, 

1136 
Ayton 9. Bo lt (1627), 4 Bmg. 106 712 

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XXVIU TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PACT 

B., falsely oaHed B. V. B. (1876), Ir. R. 9 Eq. 661 167 

Babbr. aemson (1825), 12 Serg. & R. 328 614 

Babbage t?. Babbage (1870), L. R. 2 P. & D. 222 881 

Babington r. Mahony (1837), 5 Law Reo. 2nd Ser. 232, n 870 

Backhouse, In re (1841), 3 Ir. L. R. 301 871 

Backhouse v. Aloock (1885), 28 Gh. D. 669 ; 54 L. J. Ch. 842 ; 62 L. T. 

342; 33W.R.407 918 

Backhouse v. Bonomi (1861), 28 L. J. Q. B. 378 ; 1 E. B. & E. 622, 654 ; 

6 Jur. N. S. 1346 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 1182 ; 32 L. T. 156; 9 H. of L. 0. 503 ; 

34L. J. Q. B. 181; 9 W. R. 769 114 

Backhouse v. Jones (1839), 6 Bing. N. G. 65 ; 8 Scott, 148 230, 369 

Bacon v. Bacon (1876), 34 L. T. 349 602 

Baoon v. Cheaney (1816), 1 Stark. N. P. Rep. 192 508, 562 

Baddeley r. Mortlock (1816), Holt, N. P. Rep. 151 ; 17 R. R. 626 255 

Bagot V, Bagot (1878),1 L. R. Ir. 308 240, 349 

Ba^ot V. Easton (1877), 47 L. J. Ch. 225 ; 7 Gh. D. 1 ; 37 L. T. 369 ; 26 

W. R. 66 187 

Bagot, Ld., V. Williams (1824), 3 B. & G. 235 ; 6 D. & Ry. 87 1123, 1124 

Bagueley v. Hawley (1867), L. R. 2 G. P. 625 ; 36 L. J. G. P. 328 ; 17 

L. T. 116 776 

Bahia, The (1865), L. R. 1 Adm. & Eco. 15; 11 Jur. N. S. 1008; 14 

W. R. 411 818 

Bahia & Francisco Ry. Co., Re v. Tritten (1868), 37 L. J. Q. B. 176; L. R. 

3Q. B. 584; 9 B. & S. 844; 18 L. T. 467; 16 W. R. 862 541 

Baildon v. Walton (1847), 1 Ex. 617 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 357 480, 717 

Bailey, Ex parte, and Ex parte Collier (1854), 23 L. J. M. C. 161 ; 3 E. & 

B. 607 132, 1136 

Bailey, Ex parte, In re Barrell (1852), 22 L. J. Bank. 46 ; 1 W. R. 343. . 83 

Bailey, Re (1838), 1 Curteis, 914 700 

Bailey v. Appleyard (1838), 8 A. & E. 161 ; 3 N. & P. 257 ; 1 W. W. & H. 

208 ; 2 Jur. 872 207 

Bailey v. Bellamy (1841), 9 Dowl. 507 : 10 L. J. Q. B. 41 733 

Bailey v. Bidwell (1844), 13 M. & W. 73 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 264 262, 1210 

BaQey v. Bodenham (18G4), 16 C. B. N. S. 288 ; 33 L. J. G. P. 252; 10 

Jur. N. S. 821 ; 10 L. T. 422 ; 12 W. R. 865 32 

Bailey v, Edwards (1865), 34 L. J. Q. B. 41 ; 4 B. & S. 761 ; 11 Jur. 

N. S. 134 758 

Bailey v. Harris (1849), 12 Q. B. 905 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 115 1104 

Bailey v. Hyde (1820), 3 Conn. 463 255 

Bailey v. Macaulay (1849), 13 Q. B. 815; 19 L. J. Q. B. 73; 14 Jur. 80 541, 

617 
Bailey v. Sweeting (1861), 30 L. J. G. P. 150 ; 9 C. B. N. S. 843 ; 9 W. R. 

273 678 

BaiUie v. Jackson (1853J, 3 De G. M. & G. 38 ; 10 Hare (Appendix) xlvi ; 

22 L.J. Ch. 763; 1 W. R. 196; 19 Jur. 170 18 

Baillie v, Kell (1868), 4 Bing. N. C. 638 ; 6 Scott, 379 ; 1 Am. 246 223 

Bailliet?. Ld. Inchiquin (1796), 1 Esp. 435 712 

Baillie*s case (1778), 21 How. St. Tr. 358 603, 612 

Bainr. Case (1829), 8 C. & P. 496 ; M. & M. 262 1048 

Bain v. Fothergill (1874), L. R. 6 Ex. 69 ; L. R. 7 H. L. 158 ; 40 L. J. 

Ex. 34 ; 43 L. J. Ex. 243 ; 23 L. T. 670 ; 31 L. T. 387 ; 19 W. R. 134. . 773 

Baini'. Mason (1824), 1 G. & P. 202, 203, n 1172,1173 

Bain v, Whitehaven and Fumess Juno. Rail. Co. (1850), 3 H. L. Gas. 19 . . 51 , 1 1 76, 

1231 
Bainbridge v. Wade (1860), 16 Q. B. 89 ; 20 L. J, Q. B. 7 ; 16 Jur. 672. . 786 

Bainbrigge v, Baddeley (1847), 2 Phillips, 705 1117 

Bainbrigge v. Browne (1881), L. R. 18 Ch. D. 188 ; 50 L. J. Gh. 622 ; 44 

L. T. 705; 29 W. R. 782 136 

Bainen r. Swainson (1863), 4 B. & S. 270 ; 32 L. J. Q. B. 281 ; 8 L. T. 536 ; 

11 W. R. 945 116 

Baird v. Cochran (1818), 4 Serg. & R. 397 969 

Baker, Be, Collins v. Rhodes (1882), 20 Gh. D. 230; 61 L. J. Gh. 315; 45 

L. T. 658; 30 W. R. 858 76 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XXIX 

PAOB 

Baker 9. Bator (1863), 82 L. J. Pr. & Mat. 145 ; 3 Swab. & Tiist. 213 ; 11 

W. R. 602 947, 949 

Baker 9. Bradley (1856), 25 L. J. Ch. 7 : 4 De G. M. & G. 697 136 

Baker IT. CSave (1867), 1 H. & N-. 674 ; 26 L J. Ex. 190 1076 

Baker r.Denmgr (1838), 8 A. & E. 94 ; 3 N. & P. 228 700 

Baker V. Dewey (1823), 1 B. & C. 704; 3 Dowl. & R. 99 92 

Baker v. Keen (1819), 2 Starkie, N. P. 601 168 

Baker v. Lond. and S. W. Rj. Co. (1867), 37 L. J. Q. B. 63 ; L. R. 3 

Q. B. 91 ; 8 B. & S. 645 ; 16 L. T. 126 1186 

Baker v. Monk (1864), 33 Beav. 419 ; 4 De G. J. & S. 388 ; 10 Jar. N. S. 

624,691; 10 L. T. N. S. 86, 630 ; 12 W. R. 521, 779 136 

Baker 9, Ray ( 1 826) , 2 Ruse. 73 108 

Baker r. Sampaon (1863), 14 C. B. N. S. 383 166 

Bakewell*s Patent, Re (1862), 15 Moo. P. C. 385 129 

Baloettii>. Serani(1792), Peake, N. P. 142 231 

Baldeyv. Pftrker (1823), 2 B. & C. 37 ; 3 Dowl. & R. 220 689, 690 

Baldney 9. Ritchie (1824), 1 Starkie, N. P. 338 311 

BalkU Co. Re (1888), 68 L. T. 300 ; 36 W. R. 392 134 

BaU, Re (1890), 26 Ir. L. R. 656 : 790 

Ballard 9. Way (1836), 1 M. & W. 529 : 2 Gale, 61 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 207 ... . 1092 
Balls and Met. Bd. Works, Re (1866), 7 B. & S. 177 ; L. R. 1 Q. B. 337 ; 

86 L. J. Q. B. 101 ; 13 L. T. 702 ; 14 W. R. 370 ; 12 Jur. N. 8. 183 . . 728 
Balme 9, Hntton (undated), 2 Lew. C. C. 162 (cited) ; 3 Moo. & Sc. 1 . . . . 926 
Baltazzi 9. Ryder (1808), 12 Moo. P. C. C. 168 ; 31 L. T. O. S. 373 .... 102 

Bamfield 9. Massey (1808), 1 Camp. 460 266 

Bamfieldv. Tapper (1851), 7 Ex. 27 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 6 716 

Bamford, Ex parte (1809), 15 Vee. 449 379 

Banbury Peer. (1809), Le Marchant's Gardner's Peerage ; Selwyn's Nisi 

Prius, 748—760 101, 416, 422, 423, 424 

Banbuiy's Trusts, Re (1876), I. R. 10 Eq. 408 144 

Bancroft «. Bancroft and Rumney (1866), 34 L. J. Pr. & Mat. 14 ; 13 

W. R. 606 1110 

Bandy 9. Cartwright (1819), 8 Jlx. 913 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 285 773, 774 

Bank Prosecutions (1819), R. & R. 378 278 

Bank of Augusta v. Earle (1839), 13 Pet. 619, 589 16, 181 

Bank of Columbia 9. Patterson (1813), 7 Cranch, 299 640 

Bank of Monroe 9. Field (1842), 2 Hill R. 445 388 

Bank of New South Wales 9. Owston (1879), L. R. 4 App. Cas. 270 ; 14 

Cox C. C. 267 ; 48 L. J. Pr. C. 25 ; 40 L. T. 500 643 

Banks 9. Crossland (1874), 44 L. J. M. C. 8 ; L. R. 10 Q. B. 97 ; 32 L. T. 

226 ; 23 W. R. 414 681 

Banly, Re (1849), 1 Roberts. 710 698 

Bannatyne 9, Bannatyne (1852), 2 Roberts. 475 ; 16 Jar. 864 1 102 

Banner 9. Jackson (1847), 1 De G. & Sm. 472 609 

Bar 9. Gratz (1819), 4 Wheat. 213 429, 433 

Barbat 9. Allen (1852), 7 Ex. 609 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 156 879, 887, 891, 910 

Barber, Re (1866), 36 L. J. P. D. & Mat. 19 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 267 ; 16 

L. T. 192 ; 15 W. R. 231 307 

Barber 9. Holmes (1800), 3 Esp. 190 1049, 1172, 1173 

Barber 9. Houston (1885), 18 L. R. Ir. 475 71 

Barber r. Lamb (i860). 29 L. J. C. P. 234 ; 8 C. B. N. S. 95 ; 8 W. R. 

461 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 981 1163 

Barber c. Wood (1877), 4 Ch. D. 885; 46 L. J. Ch. 728 ; 36 L. T. N. S. 

oyo ... , . 801 

Barberii Wood*(i838), 2MV&Rob^ §16 

Barelay 9. BaSlBV (1810), 2 Camp. 527 ; 11 R. R. 787 33 

Barclay r. Maskelyne (1859), 28 L. J. Ch. 116 ; 1 Johns. 124 ; 4 Jar. 

N. S. 1293 704 

BareUy 9. Parrott (1856), 1 C. B. N. S. 49 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 77 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 

672 726 

Barden 9. Keverberg (1837), 2 M. & W. 61 ; 2 Gale, 201 231 

Bargaddie Coal Co. 9. Wark (1859), 3 Maoq. H. of L. Cas. (So.) 468 ; 1 

Paterson, 814 692, 761 

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XXX TABLE OF CASES aTED. 

PAas 

Baring r. Qagett (1802), 8 B. & P. 216; 6B.B. 759 1146, 1149 

Baring v. Clark (1837), 12 Pick. 220 888 

Barker v. Buttress (1845), 7 Beav. 134 ; 13 L. J. Ch. 58^ 8 Jnr. 89 74 

Barker v. Davis (1864), 34 L. J. M. C. 140 ; 11 Jar. N. S. 651 638 

Barkers. Dixie (1736), Cases temp. Hardw. 264 891 

Barkers. Ray (1826), 2 Buss. 76 435 

Barker V. Richardson (1827), 1 Y. & J. 862 487 

Barker r. Stead (1847), 8 0. B. 946; 16 L. J. 0. P. 160 1219 

Barker's Estate, Re (1878), 10 Oh. D. 162 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 171 ; 27 W. R. 

393 634 

Barkworth r. Young (1857), 26 L. J. Ch. 163 ; 4 Diew. 1 ; 8 Jar. N. S. 84 680 

Bamaid, Re (1862), 31 L. J. Pr. & Mat. 89 ; 2 Swah. & Trist. 489 1081 

Bomed's Banking Co., Re (Peel's Case) (1867), 86 L. J. Ch. 757 ; L. R. 

2Ch. 674; 15 W. R. 1100; 16 L. T. N. 8. 780 1076 

Barnes, Ex parte (1842), 2 Dowl. N. S. 20 ; 7 Jar. 217 994 

Barnes v. Kettle (1766), 2 Wils. 314 932 

Barnes 9. Lucas (1825), Ry. & M. 264 1218 

Barnes t7. Mawson (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 81 897, 408 

Barnes v. Pendrey (1839), 7 Dowl. 747 738 

BameA v. Toye (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 410 ; 53 L. J. Q. B. 567 ; 51 L. T. 292 ; 

33 W. R. 15; 48 J. P. 664 48 

Barnes r. Trompowsky (1797), 7 T. R. 265 1213 

Barnes t'. Vincent (1846), 5 Moo. P. 0. 0. 201 1046, 1132 

Bamett v, Brandao (1843), 6 M. & Or. 630 6 

Bamett v. Cox (1847), 9 Q. B. 617 ; 4 New Sess. Cas. 487 ; 16 L. J. M. 0. 

27 ; 11 Jur. 118 228 

Bamett v. Glossop (1835), 1 Bing. N. 0. 636 ; 3 Dowl. 625 220 

Bamett v. Lucas (1872), I. R. 6 0. L. 247 1120 

Bamett «^ Tugwell (1862), 81 Beay. 232 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 629 ; 8 Jar. N. 8. 

787 : 10 W. R. 679 ; 7 L. T. N. S. 121 174 

Barnstable r. Lathey (1789), 3 T. R. 303 995 

BamMtaple Second Annuity Society (1884), 50 L. T. 424 748 

BaroQgh t». White (1825), 4 B. & C. 328 487, 612 

Barr v. Gratz (1819), 4 Wheat. 218 429, 438, 1098 

Barraclough v. Greenhough (1867), 86 L. J. Q. B. 26, 251 ; 7 B. & S. 170 ; 

8 B. & S. 628 ; L. R. 2 Q. B. 1 1168 

Barraclough v, Johnson (1838), 8 A. & £. 99 ; 3 N. & P. 238 ; 1 W. W. & 

H.162; 2Jur.839 402 

Barrell, Re {see Bailey, Ex parte). 

Barrellr. Trussell (1811), 4 Taunt. 121 " 658 

Barrett V. Buxton (1826), 2 Aik. (Vermont) 167 747 

Barrett v. Hyndman (1840), 8 Ir. L. R. 109 676 

Barrett v. Long (1856), 8 Ir. L. R. 831 ; 3 H. L. Cas. 895 46, 243 

Barrett v. Rolfe (1845), 14 M. & W. 348 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 808 656 

Barrett v. Wilson (1834), 1 0. M. & R. 586 ; 3 Dowl. P. 0. 220; 5 T^r. 

218 1160 

Barron v. Daniel (1838), Crawf . & Dix. Abrid. 0. 283 1016 

Barronet's Case (1853), 1 El. & Bl. 1 ; Dears. (Pearoe's Report) 51 ; 22 L. 

J.M.C.25; 17Jur.l84 79 

Barrow v. Dyster (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 635 ; 51 L. T. 673 ; 83 W. R. 199. . 769 

Barrow v. Humphreys (1820), 3 B. & A. 598 881, 832 

Barrs f>. Fewkes (1865), 34 L. J. Oh. 622 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 669 ; 18 W. R. 

987 • 12 L. T. N. S. 727 . , 808 

Barrsr. Jackson (1845), iPhiiii'ps', 58*2; 14L.J.'ch'.433; 9 Jiir.6d9.* iio5, 1106, 1132 

Barry r. Bebbington (1792), 4 T. R. 514 ; 2 R. R. 450 279, 437 

Barry r. Butlin (1838), 1 Curt. 638; 2 Moo. P. 0. R. 482 142 

Barrymore, Ld., v. Taylor (1795), 1 Esp. 326 484 

Barstow's case (1831), 1 Lewin 0. 0. 110 662 

Barthelemy v. The People, &c. (1842), 2 Hill, N. Y. B^, 248 378 

Bartliolomew r. Stephens (1839), 8 Cf. & P. 728 308, 809, 319 

Bartlett v. Delprat (1808), 4 Mass. 702 371, 614 

BarUett 9. Downes (1825), 8 B. & 0. 616 ; 6 Dowl. & R. 626 ; 1 0. & P. 

622 126 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. ZXXl 

PAGB 

Bartlettv. Gi]lardn826), 3RiiM. 156; 6 L. J. Oh. 19 483,800 

Bartlettv. Pentland (1880), 10 B. & C. 760 158 

Bartlett v. Pickengill (1759-60), 4 East, 577, n. ; 1 Cox, 5 ; 1 B. R. 1 . . 667 
Bartlett v. Smith (1843), U M. & W. 486 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 287 ; 7 Jar. 448. .25, 26 
Bartlett v. WelU (1861), 31 L. J. Q. B. 57 ; 1 B. & S. 836 ; 5 L. T. 607 ; 

10 W. R. 229 641 

Barton 9. Bank of New South Walea (1890), 15 App. Cas. 379 85, 748 

Barton r. Dawes (1850), 10 0. B. 261 ; 19 L. J. G. F. 302 758, 804 

Barton (should be Barlow) 9. Dupuj (1823), 1 Mart. N. S. 442 1034 

Barton (should be Barstow) v. Fabnee (1704), Preo. in Ch. 233 327 

Barton 9. Robins (1769), 3 Phillim. 445, n. (b.) 140 

Barwell v. Adkins (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 807 : 2 Soott, N. R. 11 243 

Barwick r. English Joint Stock Bank (1867), L. R. 2 Ex. 259 ; 36 L. J. 

Ex. 147; 16L. T. 461; 15 W. R. 877 586 

Baselej v. Forder («m Bazelej v, Forder). 

Baasv. CUve (1815), 4 M. & Sel. 13; 4 Campl 78 547 

Bastard v. Smith (1839), 10 A. & E. 213 ; 2 P. & D. 453 476, 956, 1014 

Bastard v. Tmtoh (1836), 3 A. & E. 451 ; 5 N. & M. 109 ; 4 Dowl. 6 ; 1 H. 

ft \^ 321 130 

Basten v. Caiew (1826),' i'sVi* c! 652 ;* 6 D.' & R.' 668' /.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.* ..1098, 1 100 

Bastinv. Garew (1824), R7. & M. 127 917 

BatchelOT 9. Honeywood (1799), 2 Esp. 714 1222 

Bate c. Hill (1823). 1 0. 4 P. 100 267 

Bate V, Kinsej (1835), 1 C. M. & R. 41 ; 4 Tjr. 662 109, 319, 603 

Batemon V. Bailer (1794), 5 T. R. 512 377, 380, 381, 514 

Bateman v. Phillips (1812), 15 East, 272 ; 4 Taun. 157 670, 759 

Bateman v. Finder (1842), 3 Q. B. 574 ; 2 a. & D. 790 ; 11 L. J. Q. B. 

281 714 

Bateman v. Ld. Roden (1844), 1 Jones & Lat. 356 739 

Bates V. Barber (1849), 4 Gush. (Mem.), 107 974 

Bates p. Don Pablo 8ora (1856), 10 Moo. P. G. R. 467 178 

Bates ir. Townlej (1848), 2 Ex. 156; 19 L. J. Ex. 399 517,1161 

Bateeon «. Hartsmk (1801), 4 Esp. 43 598 

Bath, Ld. r. Batheraea (1695), 5 Mod. 10 480 

Bathurst p. Errington (1877), L. R. 2 App. Gas. 698 ; 46 L. J. Gh. 748 ; 

37 L. T. 338 ; 25 W. R. 908 741 

BaUey v. Kynook (1875), L. R. 20 Eq. 632 ; 44 L. J. Gh. 565 ; 38 L. T. 45 . . 818 

Batten, Re (1849), 7 Notes of Gases (Eccd. & M.) 288 698 

Batthews 9. Oalindo (1828), 4 Bing. 613 ; 1 M. & P. 565 ; 3 G. & P. 

238 639, 890 

Batthyanj r. Bouoh (1881), 50 L. J. Q. B. 421 ; 44 L. T. 177 ; 29 W. R. 

665 651 

Battursv. SeUers (1820), 5 Har. & J. 117 •. 528 

Baugh 9. Gradooke (1832), 1 M. & Rob. 182 602 

Baumann 9. James (1868), L. R. 3 Gh. 508 ; 18 L. T. 424 ; 16 W. R. 877. 672 
Baiendale «. Bennett (1878), 3 Q B. D. 525 ; 47 L. J. G. P. 624 ; 26 W. 

E. 899 547 

Baxendaler. De Yahner (1887), 57 L. T. 556 697 

Baxter «. Brown (1845), 7 M. & Gr. 215 ; 8 Scott, N. R. 1019 . . . .666, 683, 684 
Baxter v. Nmve (1844), 6 M. & Gr. 935 ; 7 Scott, N. R. 801 ; 1 G. & K. 

10; 13 L. J. G. P. 82 ; 8 Jur. 273 153 

Bayards. Makolm (1806), 1 Johus. 467 743 

Bayleyv. Ashton (1840), 12 A. & E. 493; 4 P. & D. 204 717 

Bayley 9. Bradley (1848), 5 Com. B. 396 ; 16 L. J. G. P. 206 93, 98 

Bsyley 9. Buckland (1847), 1 Ex. 1 ; 16L.J.Ex.204 1111 

Bayley f . M. of Gonyngham (1863), 15 Ir. G. L. Rep. 406 654 

Bsyley v. OrerMers of Nantwioh (1846), 2 G. B. 118 ; 1 Lutw. Reg. G. 

863 156 

Bayley 9. WiUdns (1849), 7 C. B. 886 ; 18 L. J. 0. P. 273 ; 13 Jur. 883 . . 158 

Bayley r. WyUe (1807), 6 Esp. 85 1037, 1040 

BayUffe 9. Butterworth (1847), 1 Ex. 429 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 18 ; 11 Jur. 1019 ; 

6 RaUw. Gas. 288 157, 158 

BaylJs 9, Lawrence (1840), U A. & E. 926 ; 3 P. & D. 526 ; 4 Jur. 652 . . 45, 46, 82 

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XXXU TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAGS 

Bajnton*8 caae (1702), 14 How. St. Tr. 630 359 

Bazeley v. Forder (1868), L. B. 8 Q. B. 662 ; 9 B. & S. 602 ; 87 L. J. Q. 

B. 240; 18L. T. 766 166, 168 

Beadle, Re (1849), 1 Roberts. 749 ; 7 Notes of Cases (Eool. & M.) 43 .... 698 

Beadon v. King (1849), 17 Sim. 34 601 

Beal V. S. Dev. By. Co. (1864). 6 H. & N. 876 : 29 L. J. Ex. 441 723 

Bealev. Sanders (1837), 3 Bing. N. C. 850 ; 6 Soott, 68 654 

Beallr. Beck (179*), 8 Hard. & McHen. 242 608 

Bealy f>. Greenslade (1831), 2 C. & J. 61 716 

Beamish r. Beamish (1876), I. R. 10 Eq. 413 1071 

Besmonv. Ellice (1831), 4 C. & P. 686 918 

Bean v. Qxambj (1829), 6 New Hamps. 94 60O 

Beardman v. Wilson (1868), L. B. 4 C. P. 67 ; sab nom. Beu^more 9, 

Wilson, 88 L. J. C. P. 91 ; 19 L. T. 282 ; 17 W. B. 64 656 

Beardslee v, Biohardson (1833), 11. Wend. 26 378 

Beasley v. Magrath (1804), 2 feh. & Lef . 34 496 

Beasney's Trusts, Re (1869), 38 L. J. Ch. 159 ; L. R. 7 Eq. 498 173 

Beatson v. Skene (1860), 29 L. J. Ex. 430 ; 6 H. & N. 838 618, 619 

Beattie v. Ld. Ebury (1872) L. R. 7 Ch. App. 777, 800—803 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 

804 780, 781 

Beauchamp v. Cash (1822), Dowl. & Ry. N. P. 3 1223 

Beauchampr. Parry (1830), IB. & Ad. 89 511, 612 

Beaufort, D. of r. Ashbumham (1863), 32 L. J. C. P. 97 ; 13 C. B. N. S. 

698 818 

Beaufort, D. of r. Crawshay (1866), L. R. 1 C. P. 699; 36 L. J. C. P. 

342; 1 H. &R. 638 26, 349 

Beaufort, D. of v, Neald (1844), 12 Q. & Pin. 249 638 

Beaufort, D. of r. Smith (1849), 4 Ex. 460 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 97 .... 124, 896, 397, 

403, 404, 1040, 1092 

Beaufort, D. of r. May. of Swansea (1849), 8 Ex. 413 124, 791, 792 

Beaumont v. Breugeri (1847), 6 C. B. 301 690 

Beaumont r. Fell (1723), 2 P. Wms. 141 796 

Beaumont v. Field (1818), 2 Chitty R. 275 789 

Beaumont v. Mountain (1884), 10 Bing. 404 1006 

Beaumont v. Perkins (1809), 1 Phillim. 78 1223 

Beaurain v. Sir W. Scott (not dated). Lord Eldon's Life by Twiss, Vol. II. 

pp. 233-236 616 

Beavan v. M'Donnell (1854), 23 L. J. Ex. 326 ; 10 Ex. 184 243 

Beck and Jackson, Re (1857), 1 C. B. N. S. 696 1039 

Beckett v. Howe (1869), 39 L. J. P. & M. 1 ; L. R. 2 P. & D. 1 697 

Beckett v. Corp. of Leeds. (1871), L. R. 7 Ch. App. 421 ; 26 L. T. 375 ; 

20 W. R. 464 112 

Beckford v. Beckford (1774), Loflt, 490 666 

Beckham v. Drake (1847-9), 2 H. L. C. 679 664 

Beckham v. Osborne (1843), 6 M. & Gr. 771 486 

Beckton v. Barton (1859), 27 Beav. 99 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 673 806 

Beckwith r. Benner (1834), 6 C. & P. 681 610 

Beckwith r. Sydebotham (1807), 1 Camp. 117 ; 10 R. R. 662 934, 936 

Beoquet v. MacCarthy (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 951 1146, 1147, 1 154 

Bedford, E. of f?. Exeter, Bp. of (1616-17), Hob. 137 1116 

Bedford, D. of r. Lopes (1888), cited Doe v. Pulman, 3 Q. B. 623 . . . .301, 433 

Bedfordshire case (1785), 2 Luders, 411 497 

Peeoh p. Jones (1848), 6 C. B. 696 924, 927 

Beecher f. Major (i865), 2 Dr. & Sm. 431 667 

Beeching v, Gower (1816), Holt, N. P. Rep. 314 ; 17 R. R. 644 909 

Beeman v. Duck (1843), 11 M. & W. 261 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 198 647, 648 

Beer r. Walker (1877), 46 L. J. C. P. 677 ; 26 W. R. 880 776 

Beer r. Ward (1821), cited 2 Ph. Ev. 268 1227 

Pees f. Williams (1835), 2 C. M. & R. 581 ; 1 T. & G. 23 660 

Beeslon v. Collyer (1827), 4 Bing. 813 : 12 Moore, 662 ; 2 C. & P. 607. . . . 163 

Belbin r. Skeats (1857), 27 L. J. P. & M. 56 ; 1 Sw. & Tr. 148 278, 1215 

Belcher V. M'Intosh (1839), 8 C. & P. 721 268, 269 

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PAOB 

Beldon «. Campbell (1851% 6 Ex. 886 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 324 179 

Belfast Book Act, Be (1866-7), Ir. Bep. 1 £q. 128, 142 234 

Belfoit, The (1884), 9 P. D. 216 ; 63 L. J. P. 88 ; 61 L. T. 271 ; 33 W. B. 

171 ; 6 Asp. M. C. 291 282 

BeU V, Anslej (1812), 16 East, 143 ; 14 B. B. 322 496 

Bell V, Braen (1843), 17 Peters, 161 766 

BeU r. Chaytor (1843), 1 0. k Kir. 162 1211 

Bell V. Fothergill (1870), L. B. 2 P. & D. 148 ; 28 L. T. 323 ; 18 W. B. 

1040 148 

Bell 9. Frankis (1842), 4 M. & Gr. 446 ; 11 L. J. G. P. 300 ; 6 Soott, N. B. 

460 620, 621 

BeU €. Howard (1741), 9 Mod. 306 762 

BeU V. Kennedy (1868), L. B. 1 H. L. (So. & D.) 307 179 

BeU 9. Love (1884), 10 Q. B. D. 647 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 290 ; 48 L. T. 692 ; 

47 J. P. 468 116 

BeU 9. Morrison (1828), 1 Peters, 371 386 

BeUr. Parke (1860), 11 Ir. C. L. Bep. 413 266, 256 

BeU 9. Simpson (1867), 26 L. J. Ex. 363 ; 2 H. & N. 410 83 

BeU «. Stewart (1842), Arm. M. & O. 401 977 

BeU V, WardeU (1740), WUlee, 202 39 

BeU r. Wilson (1866), 2 Dr. & Sm. 395 ; 35 L. J. Ch. 337 60 

BeU*s case (1800), cited in Joy on Conf. 71 ; and in 1 McNaUy, Ev. 43 . . 566 
Bellamy r. Debenham (1891), 45 Ch. D. 481 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 166 ; 64 L. T. 

478 ; 39 W. B. 267 672 

BeUamy v, Jones (1802), 8 Yes. 31 ; 6 B. B. 205 342 

BeUerophon, H.M.S. (1874), 44 L. J. Adm. 6 ; 31 L. T. 766 ; 23 W. B. 

248 618 

BdUnger 9. The People (1832), 8 Wend. 696 962 

BeUinger*s case (1832), 8 Wend. 595, 699 674 

Belt r.Lawes (1883), -'Times," 1883 932 

Bempd^ r. Johnstone (1796), 3 Yes. 198 179 

Bend 9. Georgia Ins. Co. (1842), Sap. Ct. N. Y., 1842, dted in Gr. Et. 

8.292 766 

Benesh v. Booth (1864), 18 C. B. K. S. Ill ; 34 L. J. C. P. 99 ; 11 L. T. 

479; 13W.B.271 726 

Bengal, The (1869), Swab. Adm. 468 1120 

Benham's Trusts, Be (1868), 37 L. J. Ch. 266 ; 16 W. B. 180 ; reversmg 

36 L. J. Ch. 502 ; L. B. 4 Eq. 416 178 

Benham 9. NeweU (1856), 24 L. J. Ch. 424 ; 8, C, sub nom. Palmer 9. 

NewaU, 20 Beav. 32 807 

Benmore, The (1873), L. B. 4 Adm. & Eoo. 132 ; 43 L. J. Adm. 6 260 

Bennet v. Bennet (1879), 10 Ch. D. 474 ; 40 L. T. 378 ; 27 W. B. 673. . . . 666 

Bennet 9. Hartford (1650), Siy. 333 899 

Bennet 9. Watson (1814), 3 M. & Sel. 1 ; 16 B. B. 373 811 

Bennett 9. Blain (1863), 15 C. B. N. S. 518 ; 1 H. & P. 36 ; 33 L. J. C. P. 

63; 10 Jur. N. S. 130; 9 L. T. 606 ; 12 W. B. 176 684 

Bennett 9. Brumfitt (1867), L. B. 3 C. P. 28 ; 37 L. J. C. P. 36 ; 17 L. T. 

213; 16W. B. 131; 1 H. & P. 407 700 

Bennett 9. Gamgee (1877), 46 L. J. Ex. 33, 204 ; 36 L. T. 764 ; 36 L. T. 

48 * 25 "W^ B 81 293 92 
Bennett & Glave, Be (1877), 46'k J.Bank*. 81 ; *L.*bV6*C^^^ 

W. B. 504 847 

Bennett 9. Griffiths (1861), 30 L. J. Q. B. 98 ; 3 L. T. 735 ; 9 W. B. 332 ; 

7 Jut. N. S. 284 364 

Bennett 9. Houldsworth (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 646 ; L. B. 6 Ch. D. 671 ; 

36 L. T. 648 806 

Bennett 9. Hyde (1825), 6 Conn. 24 256 

Bennett r. Marshall (1866), 2 K. & J. 740 793 

Bennett 9. Sharpe (1892), cited Greenleaf on Eyid., 15th ed. 369 698 

Bennett 9. The State of Tennessee (1826), Mart. & Y. 133 . . . . : 18 

Bennion 9. Davison (1838), 3 M. & W. 179 ; 1 H. & H. 46 ; 7 L. J. Ex. 

116 688 

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ZXXIT TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAOB 

BeiiMm 9. BeiMOiiJlSrO), L. B. 2 P. ft D. 172 ; 40 L. J. P. ft D. I ; 2S 

L. T. 709 ; 19 W. B. 190 705 

Benson 9, Cbapmaa (1848), 2 H. L. Cas. 696, 722 ; 8 C. B. 950 ; 13 Jar. 

969 207 

Benson 9. Mftnihal (undated), cited Sbaw v, Bnx>m, 4 Dowl. ft Rj. 731 . . 511 

Benson 9. Olive (1781, should be 1732), 2 Str. 919 171, 328 

Benson r. Poet (1748), 1 Wils. 240 996 

BentaU 9. Bom (1824), 5 D. ft B. 284 ; 3 B. ft G. 423 ; B. ft M. 107 . . . . 691 

BentaU p. Sidney (1839), 10 A. ft £. 164 1014 

Bentbam v. Wilson (m» Be Parker). 

Peotleyp. Cooke (1784), 3 Don«r. 424 892 

Bentlej, I>r., case of (1735>6), Forteeo.202; 1 Str. 557; Andr. 176; 2Ld. 

Raym. 1334 1 14R 

Bentley 9. Maokay (1862), 31 Beav. 155 ; 31 L. J. Oh. 697 539, 749 

Benton 9. Satton (1797), 1 Bos. ft P. 24 37 

Benyon 9. Cresswell (1848). 12 Q. B. 899 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 1 : 12 Jar. 1036 652 

Benyon «. Nettlefold (1850), 3 Mac. ft O. 94 ; 20 L. J. Cfa. 186 91 

Berdan 9. Ghreenwood (1878), 20 Gh. D. 767, n. ; 46 L. T. 524, n 536 

Bere t». Ward (1821), 2 Ph. Ev. 246 87 

Bergheim 9. CM;. East. By. Co. (1878), 3 C. P. D. 221 ; 47 L. J. C. P. 318 ; 

38 L. T. 160 ; 26 W. B. 801 161 

Berkeley, Peerage (1811), 4 Camp. 415 ; 14 B. B. 782, yi. . .367, 393, 408, 416, 

418, 419, 422, 435, 976 
Berkeley, Peerage (185S-61), 8 H. L. 0. 21 ; 8 Jar. N. S. 21 ; 4 L. T. 686. .309, 

411, 412, 42S 

Berkeley V. Hardy (1826), 5 B. ft C. 355 ; 8 D. ft B. 102 645 

Btmon V. Woodbridge (1781), 2 Dong. 788 479, 480 

Bemardi 9, Motteux (1781), 2 Dong. 575 1149 

Bemasooni v. Atkinson (1853), 10 Hare, 345 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 184 ; 1 W. B. 

1 52 ; 17 Jur. 128 798, 799 

Bemasooni V. Farebrother (1832), 3 B. ft Ad. 372 498 

Berne, City of v. Bk. of England (1804), 9 Ves. 347 ; 7 B. B. 218 8 

Bemett v. Taylor (1804), 9 Ves. 381 1213 

Bemey V. Bp. of Norwich (1866), 36 L.J Eoc. 10 632,884 

Bemey V. Bead (l84o), 7 Q. B. 79 . 14 L. J. Q. B. 247 1038 

Berr^ v. Lindley (1841), 3 M. ft G. 512 ; 4 Scott, N. B. 61 ; 5 Jar. 1061 ; 

11 L. J. 0. P. 27 654, 655 

Berridge 9. Ward (1861), 30 L. J. C. P, 218 ; 10 C. B. N. S. 400; 7 Jar. 

N.S.876; 2 F. ft F. 208 112 

Berry, Ex parte (1872, should be 1812), 19 Ves. 218 824 

Berry r. Alderman (1853), 14C B. 95 ; 2 C. L. B. 691 ; 23 L. J. C. P. 34 262 

Berry 9. Banner (1792), Peake, 157 ; 3 R. B. 674 397, 1109 

Berry f». Pratt (1828), 1 B. ft C. 276; 2 Dowl. ft B. 424 818 

Berrymanv. Wise (1792), 4 T. B. 366; 2 B. B. 413 148, 150, 519 

Berthon V. Loughman (1817), 2 Stark. 258 934 

Bertie 9. Beaumont (1816), 2 Price, 308 87, 431 

Berwick 9. Horsfall (1858), 27 L. J. C. P. 193 ; 4 C. B. N. S. 450 ; 4 Jur. 

N. S. 616 44,45 

Berwick- upon-Tweod, May. ft Corp. of 9, Murray (1850), 19 L. J. Ch. 

281, 286 , 945 

Berwick, May. of, 9, Oswald (1853), 1 E. ft B. 295 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 129 ; 

17 Jur. 1148 750 

Berwick's case (1746), Fost. C. L. 10 ; 18 How. St. Tr. 370 558 

Besant 9. Cross (1851), 10 C. B. 895 ; 2 L. M. ft P. 351 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 

173; 16Jar.828 756 

Besley, Ex parte (1850), 2 Mao. ft G. 176 ; 2 H. ft Tw. 875 ; 19 L. J. Ch. 

382; 14Jar.704 641 

Bessela 9, Stem (1877), 2 C. P. D. 265 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 467 ; 37 L. T. 88 ; 

25 W. B. 561 631,881 

Bessey 9, Windham (1844), 6 Q. B. 172 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 7 ; 8 Jar. 824..481, 1138 
Betham 9, Benson (1818), Gow, B. 45 388 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XXXV 

PAGB 

BeOiell 9. Blcfnoowe (1841), 3 M. & Dr. 119 ; 3 Soott, N. R. 668 ; 10 L. J. 

C.P. 243 288, 291 

Btftteley v. MuLeod (1837), 3 Biog. N. C. 405 ; 6 L. J. C. P. Ill ; 4 So. 

121; 6Dowl.481 819 

Betteley 9. Beid (1843), 4 Q. B. 511 ; 3 G. & D. 561 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 172 ; 

7 Jur. 607 646 

Betts 9, Bagley (1832), 12 Pick. 572, 582 1098 

BettB 9. Be Vitro (1868), L. R. 3 Gh. 429 ; 37 L. J. Oh. 325; 18 L. T. 165; 

16 W. R. 529 107 

Betta 9, Mennee (185^, 1 E. & E. 990, 1020 ; 28 L. J. Q. B. 361 ; 5 Jur. 

N. B. 1164 ; 10 H. L. Gas. 117 ; 31 L. J. Q. B. 233 ; 7 L. T. 110 ; 11 

W. R. 1; 9 Jur. N. 8. 29 43, 599 

Betty 9. NaU (1856), 6 Ip. C. L. R. 17 417 

Be¥»n 9. Bevan (1860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 45 1138 

Bevan 9. Oething (1842), 3 Q. B. 740 ; 3 G. & D. 59 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 37 ; 

6 Jur. 971 717 

Beiran 9. Hill (1810), 2 Camp. 381 ; 11 R. R. 741 .^ 307 

Bevan V. McMahon (1859), 2 S. & T. 55; 28 L. J. P. & M. 40 977 

Befyaav. Waters <1828),M. & M. 235; 3 G. & P. 520 609 

Beyan 9. Williama (1775-1776), 3 T. R. 635, n. (a) 150, 518 

Bereridgev. Mint«r (1824), 1 C. & P. 364 591 

Bererlef 9. Beveriej (1690), 2 Vem. 131 171 

Beyerley, Kht. of p. Grayen (1838), 2 M. & Rob. 140 1040 

Beyerl^ 9. Lioooln Qas light and Coke Go. (1837), 2 N. & P. 283 ; 6 A. 

k E. 829 640, 641, 644 

Beyerlej'B case (1603-4), 4 Go. Rep. 123, 124 509 

Bewler 9. Atkinson (1880), 13 Gh. D. 283 ; 49 L. J. Gh. 6 ; 41 L. T. 603; 

28 W. R. 638 76, 437 

Bewlejr 9. Power (1833), Hayes & J. 368 711, 718 

Beyxum 9. Cook (1875), L. R. 10 Gh. 389 ; 23 W. R. 531 ; 32 L. T. 853. . 137, 138 

B^non 9. Oarrat (1824), 1 G. & P. 154 549 

Bhear V. Hazradine (1852), 7 Ex. 269; 21 L. J. Ex. 127 1160 

B[bb 9. Thomas (1776-7). 2 W. Bl. 1043 705, 706 

Bkcard 9. Shepherd (1861), 14 Hoore, P. G. G. 471 ; 5 L. T. N. S. 504 ; 

10 W. R. 136 770, 771 

Bickett p. Konis (1866)^ L. R. 1 H. L. 47 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 803 ; 14 L. T. 

836 111,528 

Bidder 9. Bridges (1884), 37 Gh. D. 406 ; 67 L. J. Gh. 300 ; 58 L. T. 656. . 342, 

343, 349, 430, 914, 1168 
Biddle 9. Bond (1865), 6 B. & S. 226 ; 34 L. J. Q. B. 137 ; 12 L. T. 178 ; 

13 W- R. 561; 11 Jur. N. S. 426 545 

Biel, De 9. Thomson (1844), 3 Beay. 476, 476 680 

Biffin 9. Bignell (1862), 7 H. & N. 877 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 189 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 

647 ; 6 L. T. 248 ; 10 W. R. 322 167 

Bigg 9. Stzong (1857), 3 Sm. & G. 592 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 108, 983 ; 6 W. R. 

173,636 623 

Bigg 9. Whisking (1853) , 1 4 G. B. 196 689 

Bigge «. Parkinson (1862), 7 H. & N. 956 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 301 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 

1014 ; 7 li. T. 92 ; 10 W. R. 849 776, 777 

Biggs 9. Lawienoe (1789), 3 T. R. 454 ; 1 R. R. 740 747 

Bignell 9. Clarke (1860), 5 H. & N. 485 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 257 ; 2 L. T. 189. . 201 
Bigshy r. Dickinson (1877), 46 L.J. Gh. 280 ; 4 Gh. D. 24 ; 35 L. T. 679; 

26 W. R. 89 1233, 1234 

Bilbie 9. Lnmley (1802), 2 East, 469, 472 ; 6 R. R. 479 79 

Billv. Bament (1841), 9 M. & W. 36; 10 L. J. Ex. 302 .....674, 690 

Billager. Southee (1862), 9 Hare, 534; 21 L. J. Ch. 472 137 

Billing p. Welch (1871), Ir. R. 6 G. L. 88 86 

Billingshamt 9. Yiokers (1810), 1 Phillim. 191 140 

Bills 9. Smith (1863), 6 B. ft 8. 314 ; S4 L. J. Q. B. 68 ; 12 L. T. 22 ; 18 

W R.407; 11 Jnr.N.S. 164 88 

Bingham 9. Stanley (1841), 2 Q. B. 117; 1 G. & D. 237; 6 Jur. 389; 9G. 
ftp 374 262^633 

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XXXVl TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAffl 

Birch, Be (1853), 17 Bear. 368 129 

Biroh V. Birch (1848), 6 Notee of Cas. (Eco. & Mar.) 142 

Birch V, DepejHter (1816), 1 Stark. 210 ; 4 Camp. 385 783 

Biroh V, Edwards (1847), 6 C. B. 45; 2 Lutw. (Reg. Cas.) 37 ; 17 L. J. O. P. 

32 * 12 Jur 18 726 

Birch r. Ld. Liverpool (i829)\ 9 b! & 6.* 8*92i 395 ; i M. & R. 380 '!!.'!!'. 681 

Birch r. Ridgway (1858), 1 F. & F. 270 1224 

Birch r. Somerrille (1852), 2 Ir. C. L. R. 243 i 900, 906,910 

Bird ». Adcook (1878), 47 L. J. M. C. 123 ; 26 W. R. 634 132 

Bird V, Boulter (1833), 4 B. & Ad. 443 730 

Bird «. aammon (1837), 5 Soott, 213; 3 Bing. N. 0. 883; 3 Hodges, 224. .677, 711 
Bird 9. Bigginson (1834), 2 A. & £. 696 ; 4 N. & M. 505 ; 1 H. & W. 61 . . 272, 

637, 638 

Birdr. Randall (1762), 8 Burr. 1345; 1 W. Bl. 373, 387 1116 

Birkenhead, Lano. & Cheshire June. Rail. Co. v. Brownrigg (1849), 6 Railw. 

Cas. 47 ; 4 Ex. 426 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 27 ; 13 Jur. 943 1176 

Birkenhead, Lano. & Cheshire Juno. Rail. Co. v, PUcher (1850), 5 Ex. 121 ; 

6 Railw. Cas. 664 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 207 ; 14 Jur. 297 100 

BirkmjT v. Darnell (1704), Salk. 27 ; 1 Smith L. C. 369, 362 .'. 676 

Birks r. Birks (18()5), 34 L. J. P. & M. 90 ; 4 S. & T. 23 ; 13 L. T. 193 ; 

13 W. R. 638 704 

Birmg., May of, r. Allen (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 673 ; 6 Ch. D. 284 ; 87 L. T. 

207; 25W.R.810 114 

Birmg., Brist. & Thames Juno. Ry. Co. f^. White (1841), 1 Q. B. 282 ; 4 P. 

& D. 649 ; 2 RaUw. Cas. 863 ; 5 Jur. 800 ; 10 L. J. Q. B. 121 995, 998 

Birrell v. Dryer (1884), 9 App. Cas. 346 ; 61 L. T. 130 ; 6 Asp. M. C. 267 17 
Birt, Re (1871), L. R. 2 P. & D. 214 ; 40 L. J. P. & M. 26 ; 24 L. T. 142 ; 

19 W. R. 51 1 699 

Birt r. Barlow (1779), 1 Doug. 171, 174 160, 295,373, 1172 

Birt V, RothwelJ (1697), 1 Ld. Raym. 210, 343 18 

Bishop V, Chambre (1827), 3 C. & P. 56 ; M. & M. 116 1193 

Bishop r. Helps (1845), 2 C. B. 45 ; 15 L. J. C. P. 43 ; 1 Lutw. (Reg. Cas.) 

353 156 

Bishop V. Howard (1823), 2 B. & C. 100 ; 3 Dowl. & R. 293 162 

Bishop V. Countess of Jersey (1864), 2 Drew. 143 ; 2 Eq. R. 545 ; 23 L. J. 

Ch.483; 18Jur.765 161 

Bittleston v. Cooper (1845), 14 M. & W. 399 474 

Bittlestone v. Cooke (1856), 6 E. & B. 296 ; 25 L. J. Q. B. 281 ; 2 Jur. 

N. S. 758 82 

Black V. Lord Braybrook (1816), 2 Stark. 7 ; 6 M. & Sel. 39 52 

Black V. Holmes (1822), 1 Fox & Sm. 28 618 

Black V. Jobling (1869), L. R. 1 P. & D. 685 ; 38 L. J. P. & M. 74 ; 21 

L. T. 298; 17 W. R. 1108 143 

Blackburn v. Hargreave (1828), 2 Lew. C. C. 259 815 

Blackburn r. Maokey (1823). 1 C. & P. 1 168 

Blackburn Guard. f». Brooks (1877), 26 W. R. 57 912 

Blackett v. Lowes (1814), 2 M. & Sel. 494 ; 16 R. R. 324 898 

Blaokett v, Roy. Ex. Ass. Co. (1832), 2 C. & J. 244 ; 2 Tyr. 266 765, 766 

Blackball v. Gibson (1878), 2 Ir. L. R. 49 94 

Blaokham's case (1708), 1 Salk. 290, 291 1132 

Blaokie v, Pidding (1848), 6 C. B. 196 307 

Blaoquiere v. Hawkins (1780), 1 Doug. 380 7 

Blagrave v. Blagrave (1847), 1 De G. & Sm. 252 ; 16 L. J. Ch. 346; 11 

Jur. 744 327 

Blague V. Gold (1635), Cro. Car. 447 808 

Blaur, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Eec. & M.) 628 701 

Blair v. Ormond (1851), 17 Q. B. 423 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 444 715 

Blake v. Albion Life Ass. Co. (1878), 45 L. J. C. P. 663 ; 36 L. T. 269 ; 

24 W. R. 677 243 

Blake v. BUke (1882), 51 L. J. P. D. & A. 36 ; 7 P. Div. 102 ; 46 L. T. 

641; SOW. R. 605 695, 697 

Blake V. Concannon (1870), 4 Lr. R. C. L. 323 100 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XXXVll 

PAQB 

Blake 9. JeimmgB (1861), 12 Ir. C. L. B. 458 1166 

Blaka «. Jolmson (1819), Milw. 164 170 

Blake 9. Knight (1843), 3 Curt. 663 696, 697 

Blake «. Pilfoid (1832), 1 M. & Bob. 198 618, 620 

Blakemore v, GlamorganBhire Can. Co. (183*5^, 2 C. M. & B. 133 ; 1 Gale, 

78; 5TyT. 603 1102, 1109,1116,1116 

Bland «. Bland (1866), 36 L. J. P. & M. 1U4 ; L. B. 1 P. & D. 237 ; 16 

W. R. 9 1110 

Bland v. SwafTord (1791), Peake, 60 831 

Blandy v. De Borgii (1848), 6 C. B. 623 ; 6 D. & L. 412 ; 6 Bailw. Cas. 

361; 18L. J.0.P.2; 12 Jur. 1006 169 

Blankley 9. Winstanley (1789), 3 T. B. 279 ; 1 B. B. 704 791 

Blaynej'a Troata, Be (1876), Ir. B. 9 £q. 413 798 

Bleakley p. Smith (1840), 11 Sim. 160 670, 674 

Blenkam v. Longstaffe (1885), 64 L. J. Ch. 516 ; 62 L. T. 681 916 

Blenkinaop v. Blenkinsop (1848), 17 L. J. Ch. 343 ; 2 Phill. 607 603 

Blewett 9. Ti^r<»uiing (1836), 6 N. & M. 308 ; 3 A. & E. 664 ; 1 H. & W. 

432 976 

Ble^-itt, In re (1880), 49 L. J. P. B. & A. 31 ; 6 P. D. 116; 42 L. T. 3*29; 

28 W. B. 620 700 

Blewitt V. Boberto (1841), Cr. & Ph. 274 ; 10 L. J. Ch. 342 ; 6 Jar. 979. . 144 
Blewitt V. Tritton, (1892) 2 Q. B. 327 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 773 ; 67 L. T. 72 ; 

41 W. B. 36 282 

Bligh V. Brent (1836-7), 2 Y. & C. Ex. 968 ; 6 L. J. Ex. Eq. 68 683 

Bligh V. Brewer (1834), 3 D. P. 0. 266 ; 1 C. M. & B. 661 ; 6 Tyr. 222 . . 732 

BUgh V. Wdlealey (1826), 2 C. & P. 400 306 

Blight r. Fisher (1809) , 1 Pet. C. C. B. 41 873 

Bbmington v.'Legg (1894), 42 Am. St. B. 216 Add. [220] 

Bloomer v. Spittle (1872), L. B. 13 Eq. 427 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 369 ; 26 L. T. 

272 ; 20 W. B. 436 749 

Bloomfield 9. Wharton (1867), Ir. B. 8 C. L. 68 Ill 

Blossom 9. Cannon (1817), 14 Maes. 177 122 

Blount 9. BtiiTOw (1792), 5 Brown, C. C. 76 480, 482 

Blount «. Barria (1879), 47 L. J. Q. B. 696 ; 48 L. J. Q. B. 169 ; 39 L. T. 

466 ; 27 W. B. 202 736 

Blount V. Eimpion, (1892) 31 Am. St. B. 664 692 

Blower's Trusts (1871), L. B. 11 Eq. 97 ; 6 Ch. 351 ; 23 L. T. 648; 26 

L. T. 181 ; 19 W. B. 121, 666 740 

Blower r. G. W. By. Co. (1872), 41 L. J. C. P. 268 ; L. B. 7 C. P. 666 ; 

27 L. T. 883 ; 20 W. B. 776 771 

Blower v, Hollis (1833), 3 Tyr. 366 ; 1 C. & J. 393 1036, 1036 

Bloxamv. Elsee (1825). 1 C. & P. 658; By. & M. 187 291 

Bloxam r. Fayre (1884), 8 P. D. 101 ; 62 L. J. P. 42 ; 31 W. B. 610 ; 47 

J. P. 377 703 

Bluck r. Gompertz (1852), 7 Ex. 67 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 26 1195 

Bluck V. Barkman ( 1846), 6 Moo. P. C. B. 308 16, 267 

Blandell v. Catterall (1821), 6 B. & A. 293, 298 112 

Blundell v. Gladstone (1841), 11 Sim. 486; 1 Phillips, 279, 283, 289 ; 12 

L. J. Ch. 226 739, 784 

Blunt r. Lack (1867), 26 L. J. Ch. 148; 3 Jur. N. S. 195 7 

Blyth 9. Archbold (1835), Pears. Chit. PI. 330, n. (A) 147 

Blythfr. Dennett (1853), 13 C. B. 178 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 79 523 

Boardman «. Jackson (1813), 2 Ball & B. 382 627 

Boazdman r. Beed and Ford's Lessees (1832), 6 Pet. 328, 346 801 

Boast 9, Firth (1868), L. B. 4 C. P. 1 ; 38 L. J. C. P. 1 ; 19 L. T. N. S. 

264 * 17 ^V^ B. 29 . . 780 

Boddington 9, Sohlenc^er' (1833)', *4 B.* & Ad! 572 ;' 1 N. &' M. 641 \ 2 L. 

J. KB. 138 ; 32 

Boddy 9. Boddy (1860), 30 L. J. P. & M. 23 243 

Boddy 9. WaU (1877), 7 Ch. Div. 164 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 112 ; 26 W. B. 348. . 187 
Bodger v. Arch (1854), 10 Ex. 333 ; 2 C. L. B. 1491 ; 24 L J. Ex. 19. . 714, 716 
Bodmin United Hines Co., Be (1866), 23 Beay. 370; 26 L. J. Ch. 670 ; 

JJnr.N. 8. 350 7 



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^XXVIU TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAoa 

Body, Re (1864), 84 L. J. P. & M. 65 ; 4 8. & T. d 807 

Boehtlinok 9. Sohoeider (1799), 3 Esp. 58 ; 3 East, 381 ; 7 B. B. 490 . . . . 986 

Bogertv. Cttuman (18U7-51), Antlion &. 70 743 

Bohunr. DeleBsert (1813), 2 Coop. 21 129, 424 

Boileauf. Butlm (1848), 2 Ex. 678 600, 631, f$2, 1158 

Bolckow r. 8e3rmoiir (1864), 17 C. B. N. 8. 107 44 

Bold f . Hutohinaon (1855), 24 L. J. Ch. 285 ; 20 Beav. 250 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

365 ; 3 Eq. Rep. 743 639, 679, 749 

Bold V, Rayner (1836), 1 M. & W. 343 ; 2 Gale, 44 ; 5 L. J. Ex. 172 . .299, 768 
Bolding V. Lfuie (1863), 1 De G. J. dt S. 122 ; 32 L. J. Ch. 219 ; U W. B. 

386 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 606 720 

Boldron v. Widdows (1824), 1 C. & P. 65 219, 280 

Bolingbroke, Ld. v. Local Board of Swindon (1874), 43 L. J. C. P. 287 ; 

L. R. 9 C. P. 575 ; 30 L. T. 723 687 

Bolingbroke, Ld. v, Townsend (1873), L. R. 8 C. P. 645 ; 42 L. J. C. P. 

255 ; 29 L. T. 430 191 

BoUand, Ex parte. Re Ackary (1876), 45 L. J. Bank. 133 ; 3 Ch. D. 126 ; 

34 L. T. 666 ; 24 W. R 932 851 

Bollaod, Ex parte. Re Holden (1874), L. R. 19 Eq. 131 ; 44 L. J. Bk. 9 ; 

31 L. T. 445 ; 24 W. R. 24 849 

Bolton V. Bolton (1876), 2 Ch. D. 217 ; 34 L. T. 123 ; 24 W. R. 426 .... 1036 

Bolton V. Bp. of Carlisle (1793), 2 H. Bl. 263 659, 1198 

Bolton V. aiadstone (1804), 6 East, 155 ; 1 Smith, 372; 2 Taun. 86 ; 7 R. 

R. 674 1149 

Bolton V, Corp. of Liverpool (1833), 1 Myl. & K. 94 ; Cooper, 19 ; 1 L. J. 

Ch. 166 593, 601, 606, 1188 

Bolton V, Corp. of Liverpool (1831), 1 Myl. & K. 88 ; 3 Sim. 467 995 

Bolton f^. Lambert (1889), 41 Ch. D: 295 ; 68 L. J. Ch. 426 ; 60 L. T. 687 ; 

37 W. R. 434 672 

Bolton V, London Sohool Board (1878), 7 Ch. D. 766 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 461 ; 

38L.T.277; 26 W. R. 549 128 

Bolton r. O'Brien (1885), 16 L. R. Lr. 97 46,248 

Bolton r. Sherman (1837), 2 M. & W. 403; 6 L. J. Ex. 147 607 

Bolton, Ld. V. Tomtin (1836), 1 N. & P. 247 ; 6 A. & E. 856 ; 1 C. & J. 391 926 

Bond r. Douglas (1836), 7 C. & P. 626 246 

Bondv. Evans (1888), 21 Q. B. D. 249; 67 L. J. M. C. 106; 59 L. T. 

411; 36 W. R. 767; 52 J. P. 612 107 

Bond V. Rosling (1861), 1 B. & S. 371 ; 30 L. J. Q. B. 227; 4 L. T. 442 ; 

9W. R. 746 649 

BoneUi, Re (1875), L. R. 1 P. Div. 69 ; 46 L. J. P. D. & A. 42 ; 34 L. T. 

32; 24 W. R. 265 938 

Bonfield v. Smith (1844), 2 M. & Rob. 519 270, 929 

Bonner, Re, Tucker v. Good (1881), 19 Ch. D. 201 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 83 ; 46 

L. T. 470 ; 30 W. R. 58 146 

BonneweU r. Jenkins (1878), 8 Ch. D. 70 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 758 ; 38 L. T. 81 ; 

26 W. R. 294 673 

Bonzir. Stewart (1842), 4 M. & Gr. 295; 5 Soott, N. R. 1 634 

Bookerv. Allen (1831), 2 Russ. & M. 270; 9 L. J. Ch. 130 807 

Boorman r. Johnston (1834), 12 Wend. 573 741 

Boom's Case (1819), cited Greenleaf on Evid. 290 556 

Boosey v. Davidson (1849), 13 Q. B. 257 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 174 ; 13 Jur. 678 290 

Booth V. Briscoe (1877), 2 Q. B. D. 496 ; 25 W. R. 838 187 

Booth r. CUve (1851), 10 C. B. 827 ; 2 L. M. & P. 283; 20 L. J. C. P. 

161 ; 15 Jur. 663 227 

Booth V. Kennard (1858), 2 H. & N. 84 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 305 43 

Boothv.MiUns(1846),4Dowl.&L.52; 15M.&W.669; 15 L.J. Ex. 364.. 271, 272 

Booth f». Turle (1873), L. R. 16 Eq. 182 ; 21 W. R. 721 665 

BooUe V. Blundell (1815), 19 Ves. 494 ; 13 R. R. 254 1215 

Borthwiok Peer. (1812), Pari. Min 62 428 

Boeanquet, Re (1852), 2 Roberts. 577 696 

Bosanquet v. Anderson (1806), 6 Esp. 44 647 

Bosville V. Attomev-General (1887), 12 P. D. 177 ; 66 L. J. P. 97 ; 57 L. 

T. 88; 36W. R'79 101 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XXXIX 

PAOB 

Boswdl «. Smith (1833), 6 G. & P. 60 154 

BoBWorthv. Grotohett (1824), 1 Fh. Et. 300 447» 461 

Botham v. Swindler (1794), 1 Enp. 164 ; 1 Pea. 285 910 

Bothe*8 oue (16u2), Muo. (F.) 666 985 

Bothnia, The (1860), Luah. 52 ; 29 L. J. P. M. & A. 65 ; 36 L. T. O. S. 

160 176 

Botting r. Martin (1808), 1 Camp. 317 656 

Bottomlej v. Forbes (1838), 6 Soott, 816 ; 5 Bing. N. C. 121 ; 1 Am. 481 ; 

2 Jut. 1016 782 

Bwicher v, Liawson (undated), Cas. temp. Hard. 9 1 150 

Bottcber 9. Mnrraj (1844), 6 Q. B. 362 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 278 192 

Bonchier •. Taylor (1776), 4 Bro. P. C. 708 1103, 1105 

BooiUon V, Lupton (1863), 15 C. B. N. S. 1 13 ; 33 L. J. C. P. 37 ; 10 Jar. 

N.S.422; 8 L. T. N. 8. 575 ; 11 W. R. 966 770 

Boulter r. P^>]ow (1860), 9 C. B. 493 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 191 ; 14 Jar. 248..291, 292, 

296 

Boidton*a oaee (1835), Milw. 36 502 

Board v. Lawrence, (1892) 1 Q. B. 226 ; 61 L. J. M. C. 21 ; 65 L. T. 844; 

40 W. B. 1; 66 J. P. 118 779 

Boardin v. Greenwood (1872), L. R. 13 £q. 281 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 73 ; 25 L. T. 

782; 20W.R.166 713 

Boaike 9. Davis (1890), 44 Ch. D. 110 ; 62 L. T. 34 ; 38 W. R. 167 915 

Boomtt 9. Coulter (1884), 53 L. J. Ch. 699 ; 50 L. T. 321 186 

Bonnie v. Fosbrooke (1865), 18 C. B. N. 8. 515 ; 34 L. J. C. P. 164 .... 639 
Bourne e. Oatliffe (1841), 3 M. & Gr. 643, 689, 690; 3 Soott, N. R. 1 . .43, 7K2 

Boors V. Tuckerman (1811). 7 Johns. 638 870 

Bonsfield 9. Mould (1847), 1 De G. & Sm. 347 ; 11 Jnr. 902 910 

BoTiU 9. Pimm (1856), 11 Ex. 718 ; 26 L. T. O. S. 312 43 

Bowdenv. Hendetson (1864), 2 Sm. & G. $60 172 

Bowden r. Home (1831), 7 Bing. 716 1124 

Bowen v. Owen (1847), U Q. B. 130 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 5 ; 11 Jur. 972 ... . 48 

Bowerbank v, Monteiro (1813), 4 Taon. 844 ; 14 R. R. 679 756 

Bowers V. Bowen (1850), 1 Abb. (N. Y.) App. Deo. 214 766 

Bowers r.Nizon( 1847), 2C. & Kir. 372 189, 192 

Bowes r. Foster (1858), 2 H. &N. 779; 26 L. J. Ex. 262 '.91,481,552 

Bowes c. Pontifex (1863), 3 F. & F. 739 692 

Bowes V. Shand (1877), 2 App. Cas. 455 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 661 ; 36 L. T. 857; 

26 ^7 R. 730 42 

Bower r. BeU (1878),' 4 q1 B*. D. 95 ; * 48 L. J." Q.' B. 161 ; ' 39 L. t! 607 *; 

87 W. R. 247 41 

Bowker v. Bardekin (1843), 11 M. & W. 128 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 329 1204 

Bowlby r. BeU (1846), 3 0. B. 284 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 18 685 

Bowles c. Jackson (1864), 1 Notes of Cas. (Eeo. & M.) 294 702 

Bowles tr. Johnson (1748), 1 W. Bl. 86 816, 819 

Bowles V. Langworthj (1793), 6 T. R. 366 ; 1 Doug. 216, n. (/) 12u8 

Bowman, Re (1834), 6 B. & Ad. 1113 988 

Bowman v. Bowman (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 501 921, 1209, 1215 

Bowman r. Hodgson (1867), L R. I P. 362; 36 L. J. P. 124; 16 L. T. 392 278 

Bowman «. Horsey (1837). 2 M. & Rob. 86 764 

Bowman c. Manzehnan (1809), 2 Camp. 315; 11 R. R. 716 319 

Bowmanv. Niohol(1794), 6T. R. 537; 1 Esp. 81 1194 

Bowman V. Norton (1831), 6 C. & P. 177 599, 603 

Bowman v. Rostron (1835), 2 A. ^ r^. 295 : 4 N. & M. 462 89. 552 

Bowman V. Taylor (1835), 4 N. & M. 264; 2 A. & E. 278, 279 88, 93 

Bowring v. Shepherd (1870), L. R. 6 Q. B. 309 ; 40 L. J. Q. B. 129 ; 24 

L.T.721; 19W.R.852 168 

Bowsher r. CaUey (1808), 1 Camp. 391, n. ; 10 R. R. 711, n '. . . 385 

Boyoee.Dong]as(1807^ iCamp. 60 1115 

Boyoe r. Green (1826), Batty, 608 671, 684 

Boydtr. Bolton (1844), 8 Ir. Eq. R. 113 523, 527, 628 

Boydr.M'Lean (1816), 1 Johns. Ch. (Am.) 682 667 

Bt.yd V. Petrie (1868), 19 W. R. 221 1189 

Boyd V. The State (undated), 2 Humph. 37 671 

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Boydell v, Drammond (1809), 11 East, 142 ; 10 R. B. 450 673, 681 

Boydell's case (1830), Maoq. H. of L. Practice, ^51 602 

Boyes v. Bedale (1863), 1 H. & M. 798 ; 10 L. T. 131 ; 12 W. R. 232 ; 33 

L. J. Oh. 233 146 

Boyle r. MulhoUand (1860), 10 Ir. C. L. R. 160 808 

Boyle V. Wiseman (1865), 11 Ex. 360 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 284 26, 309, 964 

BoyDtonr. Kellogg (1807), 3 Mass. 189 266,973 

Boys V, Williams (1831), 2 Ruas. & My. 689 785 

Boyse v. Goldoagh (1864), 1 K. & J. 124 ; 2 W. R. 354 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 7. . 1 146 

Bracegiidle v. Heald (1818), 1 B. & Aid. 722 681 

Braoegirdle 9. Hiuks (1854), 9 Ex. 361 ; 2 C. L. R. 991 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 128; 

18 Jut. 70 222 

Bradford v, Romney (1862), 30 Beav. 431, 438 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 497 749 

Bradford v. Young (1884), 29 Ch. D. 617 ; 63 L. T. 407 ; 33 W. R. 860 ; 

64 L. J. Ch. 96 1105 

Bradlaugh v. Oosaett (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 271 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 209 ; 53 

Tj T 620  32 W^ R. 552 4 

Bradlaugh v. R. (1878)! 3 Q. B. *D. 607 ; 38 h'. T.' 1 18 V 26 W." R. 410 ' ! ! 85 

Bradley v. Arthur (1825), 6 Dowl. & R. 413 ; 4 B. & 0. 292 932 

Bradley «. Beckett (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 994 89 

Bradley v. Bradley (1834), 2 Fairf. 367 , 1117 

Bradleyr.Holdsworth (1838), IH.&H. 166; 3M.&W.422; 7L.J.Ex 153.. 683 

Bradley v. James (1853), 13 C. B. 822 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 193 442, 448 

Bradley v. Pilots of Newcastle (1853), 2 E. & B. 427 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 36. . 792 

Bradshaw r. Bennett (1831), 6 C. & P. 48 ; 1 M. & Rob. 143 1211 

Bradshaw v. Murphy (1836), 7 0. & P. 612 969, 997 

Bradstreet «. Nept. Ins. Co (1838), 3 Sumn. 600 1142,1147,1160 

Brady v, Cubitt (1778), 1 Doug. 31, 39 667 

Brady r. Curran (1868), 2 Ir. R. C. L. 314: 16 W. R. 514 608 

Brady v, Oastler (1864), 3 H. & C. 112 ; 33 L. J. Ex. 300 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 

22; 11 L. T. N. S. 681 746 

Brady v. Tod (186U, 30 L. J. C. P. 224 ; 9 C. B. N. S. 692 ; 4 L. T. 212 ; 

9 W. R. 483; 7 Jur. N. 8. 827 388 

Brain v. Preece (1843), 11 M. & W. 773 456 

Braithwaite r. Gardiner (1846), 8 Q. B 473 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 187 ; 10 Jur. 691 646 
Brake, Re (1881), 60 L. J. P. D. & A. 43; 6 P. Div. 217 ; 45 L. T. 191 ; 

29W. R. 744 798 

Bramble, Ex parte. In re Toleman, &o. (1880), 13 Ch. D. 886 ; 42 L. T. 

413; 28W,R.676 321 

Bramwell v. Lucas (1824), 4 Dowl. & R. 367 ; 2 B. & C. 746 608 

Brandao v. Bamett (1846), 6 M. & Gr. 630 6 

Brandford r. Freeman (1850), 2 Ex. 734 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 36 272 

Branford 9. Branford (1879), 4 P. D. 72 ; 48 L. J. Mat. 40 ; 40 L. T. 659 ; 

27 W. R. 691 604 

Branton v. Griffits (1877), 2 C. P. D. 212 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 408 ; 36 L. T. 4; 

29 W. R. 313 736 

Branwell v, Penneck (1827), 7 B. & C 636 1136 

Brashier v, Jackson (1840), 6 M. & W. 649 ; 8 D. P. C. 784 ; 9 L. J. 

Ex. 813 192, 193, 194 

Brassington v. Brassington (1823), 1 S. & St. 456 321 

Bray V. Hadwen (1816), 6 M. & Sel. 68 32 

Braye Peer. (1836-39), 6 CI. & Fin. 757 403 

Brazier r. Jones (1828), 8 B. & C. 124 1038 

Breadalbane Case (1866), L. R. 1 H. L. (Sc.) 182 106, 149 

Breadalbane. M. of, v. M. of Chandos (1837), 2 My. & Cr. 732 ; 4 a. & F. 

43: 7L. J. Ch. 28 1124 

Breadalbane Peer. (1872), L. R. 2 H. L. (Sc.) 269 181 

Breckon v. Smith (1834), 1 A. & E. 488 617 

Breech Loadg. Arm. Co., Re (1867), L. R. 4 Eq. 463 ; 16 W. R. 1007 . . 8l5 

Breeze v. Hawker (1844), 14 Sim. 350 1064 

Brembridge v. Osborne (1816), 1 Stark. R. 374 ; 18 R. R. 784 154 

Bremer v. Freeman (1857), 1 Deane, Eoc. R. 192 936, 937 

Brenan*8 case (1847), 10 Q. B 498 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 289 ; 11 Jur. 776 .... 7, 83 

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P. Still (1850), 2 Roberta. 162 697 

Billuie (1843), Ir. Gir. C. 863 1036 

Breonan «. Howard (1866), 1 H. & N. 138 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 289 ; 2 Jur. 

N. 8. 546 192. 194 

Brennan (should be Breenan) v. Moran (1867), 6 Ir. Gh. B. 126 806 

Brest 9. Lever (1841), 7 M. & W. 693 ; 9 D. F. G. 246 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 337.. 118 
Breton's Estate, In re (1881), 17 Gh. D, 416 ; 60 L. J. Gh. 369; 44 L. T. 

337; 29W.Il. 777 639 

Breton 9. Cope (1791), Peake, 31 154, 1054, 1092, 1173. 1208 

Brett r. Beales (1829J, 10 B. & C, 608 ; M. & M. 416 ..... .397, 403, 433, 1006 

Brettel r. WilUams (1849), 4 Ex. 623 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 123 161 

Brettonv. Prettiman (1666), T. Ray. 163 498 

Brew r. Haren (1877). 11 Ir. R. C. L. 29 1116, 1161 

Brewer V. Knapp (18J3), 1 Pick. 337 164 

Brewer v. Palmer (1800), 3 Esp. 213 286 

Brewing Co. v. Beaner (1893), 40 Am. St. B. 686 Add. [220] 

Brewis, Be (1864), 33 L. J. P. & M. 124 : 3 S. & T. 473 701 

Brewster, Re (1860). 3 S. & T. 473 ; 33 L. J. P. 124 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 593. . 706 

Brewster v, SeweU (1820), 3 B. & Aid. 296 277, 302, 303, 306, 323 

Brioe r. Bannister (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 669 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 722 ; 38 L. T. 

739; 26 W. R. 670 613, 661 

BriokeUi;. Hal8e(1837), 7 A. & E. 466 ; 2 N. & P. 426 60C 

Bridget. Eggleston (1817). 14 Mass. 246 614 

Bridget. Gray (1833), 14 Pick. 66 1123 

Bridge V. Sumner (1823). 1 Pick. 371 1139 

Bridges V. N. Lond. Ry. (1874), L. R. 7 H. L. 213 ; 43 L. J. Q. B. 161 ; 

SOL. T. 844; 23 W. R. 62 38 

Bridges 9. Potts (1864), 17 G. B. N. S. 314 ; 33 L. J. G, P. 338 ; 10 Jur. 

N. 8. 1049 ; 11 L. T. 373 36 

Briilget Feltham, Re (1856), 1 E. ft J. 628 798 

Bridgewater, Ld., case of (undated), cited Skin. 15 1179 

Bridgman v. Jemiings (1699), 1 Ld. Raym. 734 ; B. N. P. 283a 610 

Bridgwater Trust v, Bootle-oum-Linacre (1866), L. R. 2 Q. B. 4 ; 36 L. J. 

Q. B. 41: 7B. &S. 348 Ill, 112 

Bridson 9. Smith (1876), 24 W. R. 392 534 

Brien 9. Swamson (1877), 1 L. R. Ir. 135 673 

Brigga, Ex parte (1869), 28 L. J. Q. B. 272 ; 1 E. & E. 881 993 

Briggs 9. Aynsworth (1838), 2 M. & Rob. 168 274 

Briggs r. Briggs (1880), 6 P. D. 163 ; 49 L. J. P. 38 ; 28 W. R. 702 .... 1143 

Briggs r. Wilson (1863), 6 De G. M & G. 12 ; 17 Beay. 330 448, 461, 712 

Brighamr. Rogers (1822), 17 Mass. 671 767 

Bright r. Button (1851-2), 2 H. L. Gas. 341 ; 16 Jur. 695 640, 641 

Bright 9, LegertoD (1860-1), 30 L. J. Gh. 338 ; 2 De G. & J. 421 ; 8 W. R. 

678 466 

Bright 9. Walker (1834), 1 G. M. & R. 222; 3 L. J. Ex. 250; 4 Tyr. 502. .119, 126 
Brigstocke r. Smith (1833), 1 G. M. & R. 483 ; 3 Tyr. 445 ; 2 L. J. Ex. 187 . . 710, 

712 

Brine «. Bazalgette (1849). 3 Ex. 692 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 348 262, 253 

Bringloe 9. Goodson (1839), 8 Scott, 71 ; 6 Bing. N. C. 738 ; 1 Am. 322. . 1208, 

1213 
Brinsmead r. Harri^n (1871), L. R. 7 G. P. 647 ; 41 L. J. G. P. 190; 27 

L. T. 99 ; 20 W. R. 784 1114 

Brisoo V. Lomax (1838), 3 N. & P. 308 ; 8 A. & E. 198 ; 2 Jur. 682 . .233, 396, 

398,404,405, 1109 

Briscoe r. Stephens (1824), 9 Moore (G. P.) 413 ; 2 Bing. 213 1133 

Bristol Aerated Bread Go. v. Maggs (1890), 44 Gh. D. 616 ; 69 L. J. Gh. 

472: 62L.T.416: 38 W. R. 393 672 

Bristol City ot, r. Wait (1834), 3 N. & M. 359 ; 1 A. & E. 264 803 

Bristol, May. of, r. Cox (1884), 26 Gh. D. 678; 63 L. J. Gh. 1144; 50 

L.T. 719; 83 W. R. 266 ; 1182, 1183 

Bristow*. Brown (1862). 18 Ir. G. L^ R. 201 •_••••_•• ^"^ 

Bristow 
Bristow 



9. Gormicsn (1878), 3 App. Gas. 641, 667 Ill, 301, 432 

r. Miller (1848), 11 Ir. t. R. 461 387, 716 



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Brbtoir «. Seqnaville (1860), 6 Ex. 275 ; 8 0. ft K. 64 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 289 ; 

14 Jur. 674 .,. M, 988 

Brigtowr. Wriffht(1781), 2Doiig. 666; IT. R. 235, n 187 

Britain 9. Boraiter (1879), 11 Q. B. D. 123 ; 48 L. J. Ex. 362 ; 40 L. T. 

240; 27W.E.482 681 

British Empire Aas. Co. v. Browne (1852), 12 C. B. 723 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 49; 

16 Jur. 1167 676 

British Farmora' Pnre lina. Cake Co., Ee (1878), 7 Ch. D. 633 ; 47 L. J. 

Ch. 416 ; 38 L. T. 46 : 26 W. R. 334 1076 

British Linen Co. v. Drammond (1836), 10 B. A C. 903 62 

British Prov. Life and Fire Abs. Co., Re {»m Grady's Case). 
Brittain v. Kinnaird (1849), 4 Moore, C. P. 60; 1 B. & B. 432; Gow, 164. .1098, 

1099, 1108, 1136 

Britten, Ex parte (1840), 3 Deao. & Chit. 36 866 

Brfttlebank r. Smith (1884), 60 L. T. 491 1031 

Broad v. Ham (1839), 6 Bing. N. C. 722 ; 8 Soott, 40 ; 8 L. J. C. P. 367 . . 30 

Broad v. Pitt (1828), 3 C. &P. 618 593, 594, 696 

Brocas «. Lloyd (1867) 23 Bear. 129; 26 L. J. Ch. 768^ 4 W. R. 640; 2 

Jur. N. S. 666 819, 832 

Brock V, Kent (1807), 1 Camp. 366, n. ; 10 R. R. 706. n 498 

Brockhank v. Anderson (1844), 7 M. & G. 296 ; 13 L. J. C. P. 102 910 

Brodie v, Brodie (1861), 2 S. & T. 259 ; 30 L. J. Mat. 186 ; 4 L. T. 307 ; 

9 W. R. 816 377 

Brodie tr. Howard (1866), 17 C B. 109 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 57 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

1209 179, 492 

Brogan's case (undated), 2 Russ. Cr. & M. 874 (4th ed^ 686 

Bromage v, Prosser (1826), 4 B. & C. 247 ; 6 I). & R. 296 ; 1 C. & P. 

475 110 

Bromley v. Smith (1859), 26 Beay. 644, 666 ; 29 L. J. Ch. 18 ; 6 Jnr. 

N. S. 833 137 

Bromley r. Wallace (1803) , 4 Esp. 237 264 

Bromwioh*s case (1666), 1 Lev. 180 340 

Brook and Deloomyn, Re (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. 403 ; 33 L. J. C. P. 246 . . 1147 
Brook V. Hook (1871), L. R. 6 £x. 89 ; 40 L. J. Ex. 60 ; 24 L. T. 34 ; 19 

W. R. 508 44 

Brook r. Jenney (1841), 2 Q. B. 273 ; 1 G. & D. 667 ; 11 L. J. M. C. 10 . . 182 

Brooke, Re, («Mr Brooke v. Kent). 

Brooke v. Brooke (1881), 17 Ch. D. 833 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 628; 44 L. T. 512 ; 

80 W. R. 45 13 

Brooke V. Haymes (1868), L. R. 6 Eq. 25 94 

Brooker. Kent (1840), 3 Moo. P. C. C. 334; 2 Curt. 343 708 

Brookerr. Soott (1843), 11 M. & W. 67 49 

Brooks r. Mitchell (1841), 9 M. & W. 15; 11 L. J. Ex. 61 612 

Broom i;. Batohelor (1856), 1 H. & N. 266 ; 25 L. J. Ex. 299 787 

Broome t;. Wootton (1606), Yelv. 67 ; Cro. Jac. 73 ; Moo. (F.) 762 1116 

Broomfield v. Smith (1836), 2 Gale, 114 ; 1 M. & W. 642 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 156. . 222 

Brough 9. Parkings (1703), 2 Ld. Raym. 994 16 

Brounker, Ld. tF. Atkyns (1682), Skin. 14 1179 

Bro wn , Ex parte ( 1 864 ) , 1 9 Beav .97 626 

Brown, Re (1849), 1 Rob. 710 698 

Brown, Re (1858), 27 L. J. P. & M. 20 ; 1 Sw. & Tr. 32 ; 30 L. T. 363 ; 

2 Jur. N. S. 244 143,366,706,708 

Brown, Re (1889), 61 L. T. 463 793 

Brown and Croyd. Can. Co., Re (1839), 9 A. & E. 526 1160 

Brown V. Aokroyd (1856), 6 E. & B. 819 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 193 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

283 166 

Brown t;. Armstrong (1873), 7 Ir. C. L. R. 130 296 

Brown (should be Broom) v, Batchelor (1866), 1 H. &N. 266; 26 L.J. Ex. 

Brown V, Brown' (1836)*, 1 Keen, 276 /...'..'..*. ! !.!!!.!!!!.! 144 

Brown V. Brown (1858), 27 L. J. Q. B. 173 ; 8 E. & B. 876 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 

163 ; 1 S. & T. 32 ; 27 L. J. P. 20 : 4 Jur. N. 8. 244 143, 366, 706, 709 

Brown v. Brown (1869), 38 L. J. P. & M. 78 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 720 360 

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Brown v. Brown and Paget (1874). 33 L. J. P. 198 ; 43 L. J. Mat. 33 ; 

30 L. T. N. 8. 767 ; 2i W. R. 769 881 

Brown 9. Bjrne (1854), 3 El. ft B. 703 ; 2 C. L. B. 1599 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 

313; 18Jnr.700 768 

Brown «. Dawaon (1705), Prec. io Ch. 240 806 

Brown v. Eastern CountiM Ry. Go. (1889), 22 Q. B. D. 391 ; 58 L. J. 

Q. B. 212 231, Add. [220] 

Brown «. Edg^ingrton (1841), 2 M. ft Gr. 279 ; 2 Soott, N. R. 496 ; 1 Drink. 

106; 10L.J.C.P.66 777 

Brown v. Foster (1857), 1 H. ft N. 736 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 249 ; 3 Jur. N. 8. 

245 605, 609, 611 

Brown V. Oetchell (1814), 11 Maw. 11 871 

Browne. Goodwin (1841), It. Oir. Rep. 61 257 

Brown V. Kempton (1850), 19 L. J. C. P. 169 82 

Brown V. Lan^ey (1842), 5 Soott, N. R. 249 ; 4 M. ft Gr. 466 ; 12 L. J. 

C. P. 62 755 

Brown V. Leeeon (1792). 2 H. Bl. 43: 3 R. R. 341 621 

Brown V. M*Dermott (1840). 2 Ir. Eq. R. 438 869 

Brown 9. Payson (1833), 6 New Hamp. 443 609, 611 

Brown V. Pearson (1882), 21 Gh. D. 716 ; 46 L. T. 411 ; 30 W. R. 436 .. . 5;!4 

Brown 9. Perkins (1848), 2 Hare, 540; 11 L. J. Gh. 307 605 

Browne. Philpot (1840), 2 M. ft Rob. 285 261 

Brown fF. PinUiam (1836), 18 Pick. 172 1196 

Brown 9. ECobins (1859), 4 H. ft N. 186; 28 L. J. Ex. 250 114 

Brown 9. Symons ri860), 29 L. J. G. P. 251 ; 8 G. B. N. S. 208 ; 6 Jar. 

K. 8. 1079; 8 W. R. 460 152 

Brown V. Thornton (1837), I N. ft P. 339 ; 6 A. ft E. 185 ; 6 L. J. K. B. 82 52 

Brown «. Wood (1820), 17 Mass. 68 122 

Brown fi>. Woodman (1834), 6 G. ft P. 206 300, 356 

Brown*. Wren, 15 R. (Feb.) 281; (1895) 1 Q. B. 390; 43 W. R. 361..^<ii^. [169] 
Brown's case (1673), 1 Vent. 243 ; 1 Russ. G. ft M. 709 ; 2 Russ. G. ft M. 984 893 

Browne v. Gamming (1829), 10 B. ft G. 70; 5 M. ft R. 118 986 

Browne «. Gisbome (1843), 2 Dowl. N. 8. 963 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 297 ; 

7Jnr. 328 836 

Browne e. Mairay (1826), Ry. ft M. 254 272 

Brownett «. Bonney (1841), 4 P. ft D. 523 ; 1 Q. B. 39 ; 5 Jar. 6 521 

Browning*. Badd (1848), 6 Moo. P. G. G. 430 140 

Browning «. Paris (1839), 5 M. ft W. 117 ; 7 Dowl. 398 ; 2 H. ft H. 65 ; 

8L.. J. Ex. 222 714 

Browning 9. Sabin (1877), 5 Gh. D. 511 ; 46 L. J. Gh. 728 ; 25 W. R. 602 834 

Brownsword «. Edwards (1751), 2 Yes. sen. 245 960, 961, 1116, 1132 

Bruoer. Brace (1790), 2 Bos. ft P. 230, n 179 

Brace 9. Nioolopulo (1865), 11 Ex. 129 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 321 129, 309 

Braoe 9. Wait (1840), 1 M. ft Gr. 39 : 1 Soott, K. R. 81 ; 9L. J. G. P. 237 7 

Brain*. Knott (1842), 12 Sim. 452-456; 6 Jar. 885 7 

Brane r. Thampwn (1842), 2 Q. B. 789; 2 G. ft D. 110 ; Gar. ft M. 34 ; 

11 L. J. Q. B. 131 17, 443, 792 

Brunner. In re (1887), 19 Q. B. D. 572 ; 56 L. J. Q. B. 606 ; 57 L. T. 

418; 35 W. R. 719; 4 Morr. !B. R. 265 340 

Brnnsden*. Humphry (1884), 11 Q. B. D. 712 ; 62 L. J. Q. B. 756 .... 1120 

Bninswick, D. of, 9. Harmerj[1850), 3 G. ft K. 10 929 

Bnuufwick Gas Go. *. United Gas Go. (1893), 35 Am. St. R. 385 Add, [169] 

Bratt r. Picard (1824), R. ft M. 37 1196 

Bryan v. GbUd (1850), 6 Ex. 368 ; 1 L. M. ft P. 429 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 264 ; 

14 Jur. 510 735 

Bryan *. Wagstaff (1825), 8 Dowl. ft R. 208 ; 5 B. ft G. 314 ; R. ft M. 329 ; 

2G. ft P. 126 316 

Bryan v. White (1850), 2 Roberts. 315 700 

Bryan r. Winwood (1808), 1 Taon. 208 ; 9 R. R. 751 116, 233 

Bryan Reynolds, Re (1873), 42 L. J. P. ft M. 20 ; L. R. 3 P. ft D. 36 ; 

28 L. T. 144 ; 21 W. R 612 70« 

Biyant *. Foot (1868), L. R. 3 Q. B. 497 ; 37 L. J. Q. B. 217 ; 9 B. ft S. 

444; 18L.T.687; 16 W. R. 808 16,123 

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Bryant v. Herbert (1877), 3 0. P. D. 189, 389 ; 47 L. J. C. P. 670 ; 89 

Ij. T. 17 * 26 W^. R. 898 40 

Bryant r. Lefever (1879), 4 C. P. dV 17*2; 48 L.' J. c! P. 380;* 40 L. T. 

579; 27 W. R. 592 76, 125 

Bryoe, Re (1839), 2 Curt. 325 TOO 

Brydgee r. Branfill (1841), 12 Sim. 334 : 11 L. J. Ch. 12 348 

Brydges v. Walford (1817). 6 M. & Sel. 42 ; 1 Stark. 389 ; 18 R. R. 787, n. 549 
Buccleuch, D. of, v. Met. Bd. of Works (1872), L. R. 5 H. L. 418; 41 

L. J. Ex. 137 ; 27 L. T. 1 612 

Buchanan v. Racker (1808), 1 Camp. 63 ; 9 East, 192 ; 9 R. R. 531 . .1147, 1154 

Bucher r. Jarratt (1802). 3 Bos. & P. 143 289, 290, 318 

Buck V, Robson (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 686 ; 39 L. T. 325 ; 26 W. R. 804 ; 48 

L. J. Q. B. 250 651 

Buckellr. Blenkhom (1846), 5 Hare, 131 693 

Bucket V, Church (1840), 9 C. & P. 209 44, 710 

Buckhouse r. Crossby (1737), 2 Eq. Cas. Ab. 32, pi. 44 752 

Buckingham, D. of, «. Com. of Inl. Rev. (1851), 2 L. M. & P. 311 ; 6 Ex. 

464 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 269 277 

Bnckland v. Johnson (1854), 15 C. B. 145 ; 2 C. L. R. 784 ; 23 L. J. C. P. 

204 ; 18 Jur. 775 191 , 1 1 15, 1 1 1 8, 1 120 

Buckle V. Knoop (1867), L. R. 2 Ex. 333 ; 36 L. J. Ex. 49, 223 ; 16 L. T. 

571; 15 W. R. 999 157, 781 

Buckler r.Millerd (1689), 2 Venfcr. 107 746 

Buckley V. Beardslee (1819), 2 South. 570 669 

Buckley v. Cooke (1854), 1 K. & J. 29 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 24 ; 3 Eq. Rep. 138 ; 

3 W. R. 33 940 

Buckley r. Littlebury (1711), 3 Bro. P. C. 43 805 

Buckley r.U. S. (1846), 4 How. Sup. Ct. Rep. 258 1050 

Buckmaster v. Meiklejohn (1851), 8 Ex. 634 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 242 531 

Buckmaster v. RusseU (1861), 10 C. B. N. S. 745 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 155 712 

Buckmasters V. Cox (1839), 2 Ir. L. R. 101 870 

Buckminster v. Perry (1808), 4 Mass. 593 931 

Buckton V, Higgs (1879), 4 Ex. D. 174 ; 40 L. T. 755 ; 27 W. R. 803 ... . 536 

BuU V, Loveland (1830), 10 Pick. 9, 14 598, 969 

BuU V, O'Sullivan (1871),L. R. 6 Q. B. 209 ; 40 L. J. Q. B. 141 ; .24 L. T. 130 646 
Bull 9. Parker (1843), 2 Dowl. N. S. 345 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 93 ; 7 Jur. 282. . 48 
Bullen V. Michel (1816), 4 Dowl. 297; 2 Price, 399; 16 R. R. 77.. 430, 431, 

441 
BuHey v. Bulley (1875), L. R. 9 Ch. 739 ; 44 L. J. Ch. 79 ; 30 L. T. 848 ; 

22W. R. 779 98 

Bullock V. Corrie {or Corry) (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 356; 47 L. J. Q. B. 352; 

38 L. T. 102 ; 26 W. R. 330 599, 602 

Buhner v. Norris (1860), K. & G. 321 ; C. B. N. S. 19 ; 30 L. J. C. P. 

25 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 342 ; 3 L. T. 470 ; 9 W. R. 122 688 

Bunbury v, Bunbury (1833), 2 Beay. 173 ; 8 L. J. Ch. 297 ; 3 Jur. 644 . . 599 

Bunbury v. Matthews (1844), 1 C. & K. 382 147 

Bunn r. Bunn (1864), 4 De G. J. Sc S. 316 ; 10 L. T. 211 ; 3 N. R. 679 ; 

12W. R. 561 965 

Bunn V. Markham (1841), 2 Marsh. 532 ; 7 Taunt. 224 ; Holt, 352 ; 17 R. 

R. 497 638 

Bunsby v. Bailly {see Bumaby v. Baillie). 

Bunting's case (1585), 4 Co. Rep. 29 1103 

Burchard i;. Macfarlane, (1891) 1 Q. B. 408 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 587 ; 65 L. T. 

282; 39 W. R. 694 ; 856,857 

BurcheU v. Clark (1876), 2 C. P. D. 88 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 115 ; 85 L. T. 690 ; 

25 W. R. 334 300 

Bnrchaeld v. Moore (1854), 3 E. & B. 683 ; 2 C. L. R. 1308 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 

261; 18Jur.727 1194 

Burder v, 0*NeiU (1863), 9 Jur. N. S. 1109 ; 9 L. T. 232 632, 884 

Burdickf. Hunt (1873), 43 Ind. 38 616 

Burgess f'. Burgess (1817), 2 Hagg. Con. 227 503 

Burgess v. Clements (1815), 4 M. & S. 306 ; Holt, 211, n. ; 1 Stark. 251, n. ; 

16 R. R. 473 162 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. xlv 

pAoa 

Burgess v. Lane (1824), 3 Qreenl. 165 494 

Burgess v, lAngley (18i»), 5 M. & O. 722 ; 1 D. ft L. 21 ; 6 Soott, N. R. 

618; 12 L. J. C. P. 257 617 

Burgess v. Wickham (1864), 3 B. & S. 669 ; 33 L. J. Q. B. 17 770 

Barghart t. Angerstem (1834), 6 C. & P. 690 606, 1170 

Burghartf^. HaU(1839), 4M. & W. 727; 8 L. J. Ex. 236 48 

Borgoyne r. Showier (1844), 1 Roberts. 6 697 

Burke v. Moore (1876), 9 Ir. R. £q. 609 697 

Burleigh v. Stibbe (1793), 6 T. R. 466 300 

BurHng r. Pateraon, 1792 (should be 1840), 9 C. ft P. 670 134 

Borlinson v. Hall (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 347 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 222 ; 60 L. T. 

723; 32 W. R. 492 ; 48 J. P. 216 661 

Burls «. BarU (1868), L. R. 1 P. ft D. 472 ; 36 L. J. P. ft M. 126 ; 16 L. T. 

677; 16 W. R. 1090 307 

Burmah Trading Corp. Lim. v. llirza Mahomed Ally, &o. (1878), L R. 

6 Ind. App. 130 686 

Bunnester v. Norris (1861), 6 Ex. 796 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 43 160 

Bum V. Boulton (1846), 2 0. B. 476 ; 16 L. J. 0. P. 97 714, 717 

Bnmaby r. BaiUie (1889), 42 Ch. D. 282 ; 68 L. J. Ch. 842 ; 61 L. T. 634 ; 

38 W. R. 125 309, 621, 1064 

Bumby v. RolUtt (1847), 16 M. & W. 644; 17 L. J. Ex, 190 ; 11 Jur. 827.. 776 

Bumham v. Bennett (1847), 1 De G. ft Sm. 613 ; 2 Colly. 260 134 

Bumhamr. Webster (1846), 1 Woodb. ft M. 176 1146, 1148, 1160, 1166 

Bumside r. DayTeU(1849), 3 Ex. 224 ; 6 R&ilw. Cas. 67 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 46.. 641 

Burr's cane (18u7), Evidence for Defendant, p. 2 616, 619 

Bnirc. Harper (1816), Holt, 420; 17 R. R. 666 1220,1221 

BnrreU r. Nicholson (1832), 1 Myl. ft K. 680 906 

BnireU v. Nicholson (1833), 1 M. ft Rob. 306 ; 6 C. ft P. 202. . . .272, 996, 1188 

Burroughi'. Martin (1809[, 2 Camp. 112; 11 R. R. 679 923, 926 

Burrows t'. Baker (1869), 1. R. 3 £q. 696 711 

Bursill V. Tanner (1886), 16 Q. B. D. 1 ; 66 L. J. Q. B. 63 ; 63 L. T. 446 ; 

34 W. R. 35 321, 692, 698, 609, 610 

Burstall r. Beyfus (1884), 26 Ch. D. 36 ; 63 L. J. Ch. 666 ; 60 L. T. 642 ; 

32W. R. 418 536 

Burt, Ex parte (1842), 2 Mont. D. ft De G. 666 869,870 

Burt V. Burt (1860), 29 L. J. P. ft M. 133 ; 2 S. ft T. 88 ; 2 L. T. 439 ; 

8 T7 R 562 149 
Burt V. Palmer (isOS),* 6*E8p'. 146 ;' Vo R.' rV 707, nV ' *. ! ' .' ! ! '. *. \ ! .' ', \ \ ! ! ! ! 498 

Burtv. Walker (1821), 4 B. ft Aid. 697 328, 329, 1214, 1216 

Burtenshawv. Gilbert (1774), 1 Cowp. 62 708 

Burton and Saddlers' Co., Re (1862), 31 L. J. Q. B. 62 ; 10 W. R. 87 . . . . 994 

Burton V. Ld. Damley (1869). L. R. 8 Eq. 676, n 610 

Burton 9. Griffiths (1843), 11 M. ft W. 817 38 

Burton «. Issitt (1821), 6 B. ft Aid. 267 386 

Burton v. Newbery (1875), 1 Ch. D. 234 ; 45 L. J. Ch. 202 ; 34 L. T. 16 ; 

24 W. R. 388 701 

Burton v. Payne (1827), 2 C. ft P. 620 311 

Burton v. Plummer (1834), 4 N. ft M. 315 ; 2 A. ft E. 341 924, 926, 927 

Burton v. Reevell (1847), 16 M. ft W. 307 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 86 ; 11 Jur. 71 . . 648 

Bury V. Blogg (1848), 12 Q. B. 877, 882 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 85 15, 192 

Bury V. Oppenheim (1859), 26 BeaT. 594 136 

Bush r. Fox (1866), 6 H. L. Cas. 707 ; 25 L. J. Ex. 261 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 1029 43 
Bush V. Green (1837), 1 Soott, 289 ; 4 Bmg. N. C. 41 ; 3 Hodges, 266 ; 

1 Jup. 844 ; 7 L. J. C. P. 88 227 

Bush r. Martin (1863), 2 H. ft C. 311 ; 33 L. J. Ex. 17 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 347; 

9 L. T. N. S. 610 ; 12 W. R. 204 718 

Bushel V, Wheeler (1844), 16 Q. B. 643, n. ; 8 Jur. 632 689, 692 

Bushell's case (1670), 6 How. St. Tr. 999, 1008, 1013, 1014 25 

Bussaid V, Levering (1821), 6 Wheat. 102 166 

Bnssey v, Bamett (1842), 9 M. ft W. 312 ; I Dowl. N. S. 646 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 

Bustros V. White (1876)Vl Q,* B. D.' 423 ;* '46 K J.' Q." B.' 642 ;* '34 *l! *T. 
866; 24 W. R. 721 4, 698, 1182, 1187 

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Xlvi TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

TAOM 

Batcher V. Jamtfc (1802), 3 Bos. ft P. 146 289,290, 318 

Butcher r. Nash (1889), 61 L. T. 72 «7I 

Butcher v, Steuart (1843), 11 M. ft W. 857 ; 1 D. ft L. 608 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 

391; 7 Jur. 774 677 

Butcher's case (1601), Cro. Elia. 821 1019 

Butchers' Co. r. Jones (1794), 1 Esp. 160 910 

Bute V. James (1886), 33 Ch. D. 157 ; 65 L. J. Ch. 658 ; 55 L. T. 133 ; 34 

W. R. 754 363 

Butler r.Alhiutt (1816), 1 Stark. 222 167 

Butlerv. Carver (1818), 2 Stark. 433 910 

Butier V, Foid (1833), 1 C. ft M. 662 ; 3 Tyr. 677; 2 L. J. Ex. 286 ; M. C. 

109 148 

Butler r. Gale (1865), 27 Vera. 739 741 

Butler 9. Moore (1802), MacNaUy, 253 596 

Butler r. Mountgarret (1859), 7 H. L. Cas. 646, 647 146, 154, 409, 417, 423 

Butler V. Wright ( 1 829), 2 Wend. 369 464 

Buttemere v. Hayes (1839), 6 M. ft W. 466 ; 7 Bowl. 489 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 44 . . 682 
Butterworth, Be {tee Ex parte Bussell). 

Butts 9. Swartwood (1823), 2 Cowen, 431 903 

Buxton V. Cornish (1844), 1 Dowl. ft L. 686 ; 12 M. ft W. 426 ; 13 L. J. 

Ex.91 286 

Buxton tr. North East. Ry. Co. (1869), L. B. 3 Q. B. 549 ; 37 L. J. Q. B. 

268 ; 18 L. T. 795 ; 16 W. B. 1124 ; 9 B. ft S. 824 772 

Buxton V. Bu&t (1872), L. B. 7 Ex. 279 ; 41 L. J. Ex. 173 ; 27 L. T. 210 ; 

20 W. B. 1014 678 

Byam r. Booth (1814), 2 Price, 234, n. 1040 

Byne, Ex parte (1813), 1 V. ft B. 320 866 

Byid, Be (1842), 3 Curt. 117 697 

Byid 9, Nunn (1877), 6 Ch. D. 781 ; 7 Ch. D. 284 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 1 ; 37 

L.T.686; 26W.B 101 224 

Byrne 9. Boadle (1863), 2 H. ft C. 722; 33 L. J. Ex. 13 168 

Byrne t;. Piere (1828). 2 Moll. 167 327 

Byrne r. Harvey (1838), 2 M. ft Bob. 89 314 

Byrom v. Thompson (1839), 3 P. ft D. 71 ; 11 A. ft E. 31 ; 3 Jur. 1121. .1193, 1196 

Bywater 9. Bichaidson (1834), 3 N. ft M. 748 ; 1 A. ft E. 508 769 



Oabaixkbo 9. Slater (1854), 14 C. B. 800 ; 23 L. J. C. P. 67 669 

Caddick «. Skidmore (1858), 3 Jur. N. S. 1185 673, 682 

Cadge, Be (1868), 37 L. J. P. ft M. 15 ; L. B. 1 P. ft D. 643 ; 17 L. T. 

484; 16W.B.406 142 

Cadogan, Be, Cadogan v. Palagi (1883), 26 Ch. D. 164; 63 L. J. Ch.207; 

49t.T.666; 32 W. B. 57 146 

Cahn Be (1877), 3 Bedf. (N. YJ 81 76rt 

Caldbecki;. Boon (1872), 7 Ir. B. C. L. 32 611 

Calder r. Dobell (1871), L. B. 6 C. P. 486 ; 40 L. J. C. P. 224 ; 26 L. T. 

129: 19 W. B. 409, 978 768 

Calder 9. Halket (1839), 3 Moo. P. C. C. 28 1099 

Caldwell 9. Hunter (1848), 10 Q. B. 85, 86 19 

Caldwell 9. Parker (1869), Ir. B. 3 Eq. 619 1194 

Caledonian By. Co. v, Sprot (1856), 2 Macq. 449 ; 1 Paterson, 663 114 

CalU. Dunning (1803), 4 East, 63; 6 Esp. 16 1208 

Callaghan 9. Pepper (1840), 2 Ir. Eq. B. 399 646 

CaUan, Be (1874), Ir. B. 9 Eq. 484 307 

CaUans 9. Sherry (1832), Ale. ft Nap. 125 870 

CaUey v Biohards (1864), 19 Beav. 401 600, 602, 607 

Callow 9. Howie (1847). 1 De G. ft Sm. 631 ; 17 L. J. Ch. 71 ; 11 Jur. 984. . 496 

Calmady 9. Bowe (1848), 6 C. B. 861, 878, 879 112, 124 

Calvert 9. Bovill (1798), 7 T. B. 623 ; 4 B. B. 617 1147,1149 

Calvert 9. Flower (1836), 7 C. ft P. 386 966, 1191 

Calvert 9. Soinde By. Co. (1865), 18 C. B. N. S. 306 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 246 ; 

13W. B. 430 819 



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TAfiLE OF GASES CITED. xlvil 

PAoa 

CUy«>*a case (1683), 8Bep. 32a; 1 Smith, L. C. 132 162 

Oalypao, The (1856), Swabey, 28 1122 

Oambrian Mining Ck>., Be (1881), 20 Gh. D. 376 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 221 ; 80 

W.B.283 846 

Oaaneion'a Coalbrook By. Co., Be (1868), 26 Beav. 1 320, 321 

Ounexon p. Lightfoot (1777), 2 W. Bl. 1190 661, 872, 873 

Oamfifild 9. Bird (1852), 3 C. ft K. 66 244 

Oammell v. Sewell (I860), 3 H. & N. 646 ; 6 H. & N. 728 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 

860 1101, 1103, 1149 

Camoya, Lord 9. Blundell (1848), 1 H. L. Gaa. 786 794, 797, 798 

OamoTS Peerage (1839), 6 C. & F. 789 424, 426, 426 

Campbell, Ex parte, Caihoart, In re (1870), L. B. 6 Ch. 703 ; 18 W. B. 

1056 692, 610 

Ounpbell v. Att-Oen. (1867), L. B. 2 Ch. 671 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 600; 16 W. 

B. 916 868 

CampbeU v. Campbell (1866), 36 L. J. Ch. 241 ; L. B. 1 Eq. 888 ; 13 L. T. 

667; 14 W. B. 327; 12 Jur. 118 806 

Ounpbell v. Christie (1817), 2 Stark. 64 1193 

Campbell 9. Dalhousie, Earl of (1869), L. B. 1 H. L. Sc. 462 ; 22 L. T. 879 362 

OMttpbell r. Hodgson (1819), Gow, 74 767 

OunpbeUv. MoConaghey (1870), L. B. 6 Eq. 20 144 

OunpbeU «. Bickards (1833), 6 B. & Ad. 840 ; 2 N. ft M. 642 933,934 

CampbeQ «. Twemlow (1814), 1 Price, 88 890 

Campbell v. Webster (1846), 2 C. B. 268 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 4 ; 9 Jnr. 992 . . 621 

Campion's case (1678), dted 7 Howell, St. Tr. 1206 (B. v, Gellier) 673 

Canada's Appeal (1880), 47 Conn. 460 696 

Canada, West of. Oil Co., Be (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 683 ; 6 Ch. Dir. 109 ; 

25W. B. 787 346,917 

Osmal Bk. ff. Bk. of Albany (1841), 1 Hill, N. Y. B. 287 641 

Cann«. Clipperton (1839), 10 A. ft E. 682; 2 P. ft D. 660 226 

Oannam r. f'azmer (1849), 2 C. ft K. 746 ; 3 Ex. 698 271 

Gsnnan r. Hartley (I860), 9 C. B. 634 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 323 ; 14 Jur. 677. . 660 

Guining'a, Eliz., ease (1764), 19 How. St. Tr. 632 877 

OsDnon 9. People (1893), 36 Am. St. B. 295 Add. [636] 

Gape Copper Co. v. Comptoir d'Escompte (1890), 38 W. B. 763 343 

Gbmtal fire Ins. Assoo., Be (1883), 24 Ch. I). 408 ; 63 L. J. Ch. 71 ; 32 

W. B. 260 321 

Gapion V. Gapron (1874), L. B. 17 Eq. 2b8 ; 43 L. J. Ch. 677 ; 22 W. B. 

347 • 29 li. T. 826 • . 139 

Gudw*ell r. Martin (1808), i'East, 190; i Camp. 79, 18^ 1208 

Oarerwr. White (1842), 6 Beay. 172 1184 

Oaiej «. Adkins (1814), 4 Camp. 92 603 

Guey 9. Pitt (1797), Pea. Add. Gas. 130 1221, 1222 

Cttr^ 9. Bower (1878), 10 Ch. D. 602 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 649 : 38 L. T. 779 ; 

26 W. B. 716 192 

Oaries v. Tattenall (1841), 2 M. ft Or. 890 ; 3 Soott, K. B. 257 1198 

Osriisle, Mayor of v. Blamire (1807), 8 East, 487 ; 9 B. B. 491 300, 662 

Cbrlisle V. Eady (1824), 1 G. ft P. 234 910 

Carlisle v. Whaley (1867), L. B. 2 H. L. 391 ; 16 W. B. 229 738 

Gbrloav. Brook (1804), 10 Ves 49 974 

Cannalt 9. Post (1837), 8 Watts, 411 930 

Osnnarthen, Mayor of v. Lewis (1834), 6 C. ft P. 608 190, 643 

Canumron, Lord v. Villebois (1844), 13 M. ft W. 313 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 233. . 397, 

406, 406 

Garner. Nioholl (1835), 1 Bing. K. G. 430; 1 Soott, 466 443, 444 

Came 9. Steer (1860), 6 H. ft N. 628; 29 L. J. Ex. 281 526 

Carpenter v. Bailer (1841), 8 M. ft W. 212 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 393 89, 93, 94 

Carpenter 9, Provid. Wash. Ins. Co. (1846), 4 How. Sap. Gt. B. 222 .... 760 

Carpenter v. Wall (1840), 3 P. ft D. 467 ; 11 A. ft E. 803 264, 969, 973 

Carpenten' Co. r. Hay ward (1780), I Doogl. 374 2 

Carpmael er. Powis ( 1846-6), 1 Ph. 687 ; 16 L. J. Ch. 276 592, 693, 699 

Ourf.Bozdiss (1836), IC. M. ftB. 782; 6Tyr.309; 4 L. J. Ex. 60.. 1211, 1212 

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Carr v, Griffith («m Be Griffith). 

Carr p. Jackaon (1852), 21 L. J. Ex. 137; 7 Ex. 382 769 

Carr r. Lond. k N. W. Ry. Co. (1876), L. R. 10 C. P. 307 ; 44 L. J. C. P. 

109; 31L.T.786; 23 W. R. 747 548 

Carr v. Mead (1868), 1 2 Gray, 166 616 

Carr v. Montefiore (1864), 6 B. & S. 408 ; 33 L. J. Q. B. 266 741 

Carr v. Mostyn (1860), 6 Ex. 69 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 249 397, 610, 1169 

Carrier Dove, The (1863), B. & L. 113 ; 2 Moore, P. C. C. (N. 8.) 261 178 

Carrigy r. Brock (1871), 6 Ir. R. C. L. 501 730 

Carrington v. Comock (1829), 2 Sim. 567 327 

Carrington v. Jones (1824), 2 Sim. & St. 136, 140 447 

Carrington «. Roots (1837), 2 M. & W. 248 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 96 687 

Carroll v, Cowell (1838), I Jebb & Sy. 43 670 

Carroll r. The State (1893), 40 Am. St. R. 786 Add, [968] 

Camithers i;. Graham (1841), 9 Dowl. 947 ; 10 L. J. Q. B. 364 828, 34» 

Carakadden i;. Poorman (1840), 10 Watts, 82 422 

Carstain v. Stewart (1734), Morison's Presumptions, XVI 170 

Carter v. Boehm (1766), 1 W. Bl. 593 ; 3 Burr. 1906 931, 933, 934 

Carter v. Carter (1858), 27 L. J. Ch. 74, 84, 86; 3 K. & J. 618; 4 Jar. 

N. S. 63 94 

Carter v. Leeds Daily News (1876), W. N. 1876, at p. 11 963 

Carter r. Ld. Coleraine (1740), cited 2 Ball & B. 384 ; Barnard. Ch. R. 126.. 482 

Carter t;. Downish (1658), Carth. 83 6 

Carter r. James (1844), 13 M. & W. 137 ; 2 Dowl. & L. 236 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 

373 ; 8 Jur. 912 532, 634, 1132 

Carter i;. Jones (1833), 1 M. & Rob. 281 271 

Carter v. Mnroot (1768), 4 Burr. 2163 Ill 

Carter r. Pryke (1791), Peake, 95 230 

Carter i;. Toussaint (1822), 1 Dowl. & R. 515 ; 5 B. & A. 866 689, 690 

Carter v. White (1882), 20 Ch. D. 226 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 466 ; 46 L. T. 236 ; 

30 W. R. 466 1205 

Carter and Crost's case (1586), Godb. 33 1151 

Cartwright v. Cartwrijpht (1878), 26 W. R. 684 938 

Cartwright v. Green (1803), 2 Leach, C. C. 962 ; 8 Ves. 406 ; 7 R. R. 99 . . d92, 960 

Carver, Re (1842), 3 Curt. 29 698 

Carver v. Jaoknon (1830), 4 Pet. 83 88, 609 

Cary r. Gerrish (1801), 4 Esp. 9 164 

Case V. Reeve fl817), 14 Johns. 81 1112 

Casement v, Fulton (1845), 6 Moore, P. C. C. 140 ; 3 Moore, In.App. 395 . . 693, 694 

Cashill V, Wright (1856), 6 E. & B 891 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 1072 162 

Casmore, Re (1869), L. R. I P. 663 ; 38 L. J. P. 54 ; 20 L. T. N. S. 497 ; 

17 W. R. 627 699 

Cassidy c. Firman (1867), Ir. R. I C. L. 8 712 

Cassidy v. Steuart (1841), 2 Scott, N. R. 432 ; 2 M. & Gr. 437 ; 9 Dowl. 

P. C. 366 ; 6 Jur. 25 4 

Casson v. Chnrchley (1884), 53 L. J. Q. B. 335 ; 60 L. T. 568 731 

Casson v, O'Brien (1842), Arm. M. & O. 263 977 

Cast V Poyser (1856), 2 Sm. & G. 369 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 38 ; 26 L J. Ch. 93, 353 831 
Castle r. Downton (1879), 5 C. P. D. 66 ; 49 L. J. C. P. 6 ; 41 L. T. 5-28 ; 

28 W. R. 267 736 

Castle r. Fox (1871), L. R. 11 Eq. 642 ; 40 L. J. Ch. 302 ; 24 L. T. 536 ; 

19 W. R. 840 784,786 

Castle V, Sworder (1861), 6 H. & N. 828 ; 30 L. J. Ex. 310 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 

233 ; 4 L. T. 866 ; 9 W. R. 697 690 

Castlebar Guard. «. Ld. Luoan (1849), 13 Ir. L. R. 44 1173 

Castleden v, Castleden (1861), 9 H. L. C. 186 ; 4 Maoq. 159 ; 31 L. J. Mat. 

103; 5L. T. 164 129 

Castrique v, Imrie (I860), 8 C. B N. S. 405 ; 30 L. J. Q. B. 163 ; 30 L. J. 

C. P. 177 ; 4 L. T. 143 ; 9 W. R. 465 1103 

Castrique v, Imrie (1869), 39 L. J. C. P. 350 ; L. R. 4 H. of L. 414 ; 23 

L. T. 48; 19 W. R. 1 1103, 1147 

Catesv. Hardaore (1811), 3 Taun. 424 ; 12 R. R. 678 962 

Catesv. Winter (1789), 3 T. R. 806 310, 312 

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TIBIAE OF CASES CITED. xllx 

TA.GB 

Oftthofina Maria, The (1866), L. B. I Adm. 63 ; 12 Jnr. 17. B. 380 1049 

Ofttherwood v. Caalon (1844), 13 M. & W. 261, 265 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 433 ; 

8 Jut. 1076 149 

OttKng 9. Skoulding (1796), 6 T. R. 189 716 

Catlinf 9. King (1877), 6 Ch. D. 660 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 384 ; 36 L. T. 526 ; 26 

W. R. 550 671 

Caton 9, Caton (1849), 7 Notes of Can. (Eoc. & Mar.) 28 185, 603 

Caton V. Caton (1867), L. R. 2 U. L. U7 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 886 ; 16 W. R. 1. .674, 

679, 680 

Caton V. Hamilton (1889), 53 J. P. 504 1168 

Caton 9. Lenox (1827), 5 RancL 31, 36 354 

Cattr. Howard (1820), 3 Stark. 3 483, 494, 926 

Cattell 9, Ireeon (1858), E. B. & E. 91 ; 27 L. J. M. C. 167 ; 1 Jor. N. S. 

660 884 

Gattonv. 8impflon(185$), 8 A. & E. 136 ; 3 N. & P. 248 1194 

Oattrall, Re (1863), 3 S. & T. 419 ; 33 L. J. P. 106 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 136 . . 141 

Cannoe 9, Spanton (1844), 7 M. & Or. 903 152 

Oaran 9. Stewart (1816), 1 Stark. 525 1147 

Gave 9. Haating^H (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 125 ; 50 L. J. Q. B. 675 ; 46 L. T. 

348 ; 46 J. P. 56 672, 673 

Gave f . Mackenzie (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 664 ; 37 L. T. 218 729 

Cave 9. Mills (1862), 7 H. & N. 913 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 266 ; 8 Jur. K. S. 363 ; 

6 L. T, 650 642 

Oftvev. Mountain (1840), I U. k Gr. 260; 1 Scott, N. R. 132; 9 L. J. 

M. C. 90 36, 1 1 00 

Oawley V. Fomell (1852), 12 C. B. 291 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 197 ; 15 Jur. 908. . 712 
Oawthome 9. Cordiej (1863), 13 C. B. N. S. 406 ; 32 L. J. C. P. 152 ... . 681 

GasenoTe 9. Vaughaa (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 4 ; 14 R. R. 377 326 

Central News Co. «. East. News Tel. Co. (1884), 53 L. J. Q. B. 236; 60 

L.T. 235; 32 W. R. 493 346,866 

Chabbuok'a case (1804), 1 Mass. 144 562 

Chad 9. Tilsed (1821), 2 B. & B. 403 ; 6 Moore (C. P.), 186 791 

Chadwick r. Chadwick (1853), L. R. 8 Ch. 926 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 805 ; 29 L. T. 

284 961,970 

Gbadwick r. City of Dub. St. Pack. Co. (1856), 6 El. & Bl. 771 ; 3 Jur. 

N. 8. 207 6 

Chadwick 9. Turner (1866), 34 Beay. 634 ; 34 L. J. Ch. 356 ; 35 L. J. Ch. 

349 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 333 738 

ChahaerB 9. Sbackell (1834), 6 C. & P. 475 106 

Ghamberlain r. King (or King r. Chamberlain) (1871), L. R. 6 C. P. 474 ; 

40 L. J. C. P. 273; 24 L. T. N. S. 736 ; 19 W. R. 931 226 

Chamberlain 9, Stoneham (1889), 61 L. T. 560 ; 38 W. R. 107 817 

Chambera «. Bemaaooni (1831), 1 C. M. & R. 347 ; 4 Tyr. 531 ; 3 L. J. 

Ex. 37 3 444, 468 

Chambers 9. Kelly (1873), 7 Ir. C. L. R. 231 784 

Chambers v. Mason (1858), 6 C. B. N. 8. 59 ; 28 L. J. C. P. 10 ; 4 Jur. N. 

8. 1037 607 

Chambers «. Wood (1848), 2 Notes of Cases (Eoc. & Mar.), 485 140 

Caiaml^9. Lord Dunsany (1807), 2 Sob. & Lef . 718 1123 

Chamnej, Re (1849), 7 Notea of Cases (Eoc. & Mar.), 70 699 

Champian «. Atkinson (1672), 3 Keb. 90 232 

Champion 9. Plummer (1805), 1 Bos. & P. N. R. 252 ; 6 Esp. 240 ; 8 Rev. 

R. 796 671 

Ghampionv. Terry (1822), 3 B. &B. 295; 7 Moore, C. P. 130 307 

Champneysv. Peok(1816), 1 Stark. 404 167, 464 

Chaadler v. Grieves (1812), 2 H. Bl. 606, n. ; 6 T. R. 325, n. ; 3 R. R. 525. . 4, 21 

Chandler v. Home (1842), 2 M. & Rob. 423 918 

Chandler 9. HoweU (1877), 4 Ch. D. 651 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 26 ; 36 L. T. 592 ; 

26W. R. 55 684 

Chandoa, Marquia of, «. Coma, of Inl. Rev. (1861), 6 Ex. 464 ; 20 L. J. 

Ex.269; 2 L. M. & P. 311 277 

Chandos Peerage (1791), Pari. Min. 27 423, 424, 425, 426, 427 

Chant 9. Blown (1861-2), 9 Hare, 790 692, 699, 608 

Vol. /. M^ mthpag$ 636. 



1 TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

VAGI 

Chanter v. HopldDB (1838), 4 M. & W. 399 ; 1 H. & H. 377 ; 3 Jnr. 58 . . 777 

Chapel 9. Hioks (1833), 2 C. & M. 214 ; 4 Tjt. 43 ; 3 L. J. Ex. 38 223 

Chaplin v. Levy (1854), 2 C. L. B. 556 ; 9 Ex. 531 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 117. .318, 476 

Chaplin v, Rogers (1800), 1 East, 192 ; 6 R. R. 249 691 

Chapman, Re, Ex parte Johnson (1884), 26 Ch. D. 338 ; 53 L. J. Ch. 763 ; 

50L.T.214; 32 W. R. 693 129 

Chapman 9. Beard (1797), 2 Anst. 942 ; 4 R. R. 875 521 

Chapman v. Callis (1861), 9 C. B. N. S. 769 ; 30 L. J. C. P. 241 ; 3 L. T. 

890; 9W.R.375; 7 Jur. N. 8. 995 651 

Chapman v. Chapman (1817), 2 Conn. 347 413 

Chapman r. Coffin (1860), 14 Gray, 454 954 

Chapman v, Cowlan (1810), 13 Ea^t, 10 ; 12 R. R. 294 395 

Chapman 9. Davis (1841), 1 Dowl. N. S. 239 ; 4 Scott, N. R. 319 ; 3 M. & 

Gr. 609 81 7, 882 

Chapman r. Emden (1841), 9C. &P. 717 272 

Chapman v, Keane (1835), 3 A. & E. 193 : 4 N. & M. 607 32 

Chapman v. Monm. Ry. & Can. Co. (1857), 2 H. & N. 267 ; 27 L. J. 

Ex. 97 1102 

Chapman r. Rawson (1845), 8Q. B. 673; 15 L. J. Q. B. 225 271 

Chapman «. Searle (1825), 3.Pick. 38. 44 544 

Chapman v. Speller (1850), 14 Q. B. 621 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 239 ; 14 Jur. 652. 775 

Chapman v, Walton (1833), 10 Bing. 57 ; 3 M. & Soott, 389 934 

ChappeU v. Parday (1845), 14 M. ft W. 303 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 258 1036 

Chappie V. Cooper (1844). 13 M. & W. 252 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 286 49 

Charkieh, The (1878), 42 L. J. Adm. 17 ; L. R. 4 A. & E. 69 ; 28 L. T. 513. . 21 

Charlotta, The (1814), 1 Dods. Adm. 892 79 

Charlter v. Barret (1790), Peake, 32 244 

Charlton v. Coombes (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 284 ; 4 Giff. 372 ; 8 L. T. 81 ; 

11 W. R. 504 ; 1 New R. 547 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 534 692, 603, 605 

Charlton v. Hindmarsh (1861), 1 S. & T. 519 ; 8 W. R. 259 ; 8 H. L. Caa. 

160 695, 700 

Charlton v. Watton (1834), 6 C. & P. 385 245 

Chamley v. Grundy (1854), 14 C. B. 608 ; 2 C. L. R. 822 ; 23 L. J. C. P. 

121 ; 18 Jur. 653 807 

Chamock t'. Dewings (1853), 3 C. & K. 378 918 

Charter r. Charter (1874), L. R. 2 P. 315; 41 L. J. P. 10 ; 20 W. R. 212. .792, 798 

Chart. Mer. Bank of India v. Dickion (1871), L. R. 3 P. C. 574 38 

Chase v. Lincoln (1807), 3 Mass. 237 931 

Chasemore v. Richards (1859), 7 H. L. Cas. 349 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 81 ; 5 Jur. 

N.S.873; 7 W. R. 686 126 

Chasemore v. Turner (1875), L. R. 10 Q. B. 500 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 66 ; 33 

L. T. 323; 24 W. R. 70 711 

Chatelainv. Pontigny (1869), 1 S. & T. 411 1132 

Chaterr. Beckett (1797), 7 T. R. 201; 4 R. R. 418 678 

Chatfieldv. Fryer (1815), 1 Price, 253 401 

Chatlandf^. Thomley (1810), 12 East, 544 19 

Chaurand v. Angerstein (1791), Pea. 43 764 

Cheese v, Lovejoy, Re Harris (1877), L. R. 2 P. D. 161 ; 25 W. R. 463 . . 706, 

706, 1231 
Cheesebrough, Re (1871), L. R. 12 Eq. 358; 40 L. J. Bank. 79; 25 L. T. 

76 • 19 W^. R. 973 ... 82 

Cheesman V. Exall (1851*)i*6 Ex. 341 ;* 20 L.j. Ex. 209 .!.!!!!!!! 645 

Cheltenham and Gt. West Union Ry. Co. v. Daniel (1841), 2 Q. B. 281, 

292; 2 Railw. Cas. 728 641 

Chemical Electric Light, &o. Co. v, Howard (1890), 160 Mass. 496 741 

Cheney v. Courtois (1863), 13 C. B. N. S. 634 ; 32 L. J. C. P. 116 ; 9 Jur. 

N. S. 1067; 7L. T. 680 129, 916 

Chennell, In re, Jones r. Chennell (1877), 8 Ch. D. 492 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 80 ; 

38L. T. 494; 26 W. R. 595 1233 

Cherry v. Colonial Bk. of Australasia (1869), 38 L. J. P. C. 49 ; 21 L. T. 

356; 17 W. R. 1031 781 

Cherry 9. Heming (1849), 4 Ex. 19; 19 L. J. Ex. 63 135, 654, 667, 6K0 

Cheslyn f. Dalby (1846), 4 Y. & C. Ex. R. 238 713 

The rrfertmn «n to pagt^ not to paragrapht. 



Ti.BLE OP CASES CITED. li 

PAOB 

Gbeetor V. WorUej (1856), 18 C. B. 239 960 

Chesterton v, Farlar (1838), 7 A. ft E. 713 ; 3 K. & P. 15 ; 1 W. W. ft H. 

19; 2Jur.394 132 

Chetwynd v. Lindon (1752), 2 Ves. sen. 450 960 

Chichester v, M. of Donegal (1870), 39 L. J. Ch. 694 ; 5 L. R. Ch. 497 ; 22 

L. T. 458; 18 W. R. 631 321,697 

Chichester, Ld. Jn., v. Coventry (1867), 36 L. J. Ch. 673 ; L. B. 2 H. L. 

71 ; 16 W. B. 849 806 

ChifPeriel tr. Watson (1889), 58 L. J. Ch. 137 ; 68 L. T. 877 ; 36 W. B. 806. 912 

Child V, Grace (1826), 2 C. ft P. 193 627, 5*28 

Childenton «. Barrett (1809), 11 East, 439 866 

China St. Ship Co. v. Com. Ass. Co. (1881), 8 Q. B. D. 142 ; 51 L. J. Q. B. 

132 ; 46 L. T. 641 ; 30 W. B. 224 1180 

Chinnock v. Ly. Ely (1865), 2 H. ft M. 220 ; 4 De Q. J. ft S. 638 ; 34 L. J. 

Ch. 399 678 

Chippv. Hazris (1839), 6 M. ft W. 430 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 64 734 

Chipperfield r. Carter (1895), 72 L. T. 487 Add. [673] 

Chirac v, Beinicker (1826), 11 Wheat. 280, 295 610 

Chisman 9. Coont (1841), 2 M. ft G. 317 ; 2 Scott, N. B. 669 ; 10 L. J. C. P. 

124 626 

Chitty fF. Dendy (1835), 3 A. ft E. 324 ; 4 N. ft M. 842 ; 1 H. ft W. 169. . 20 

Chodwick 9. Pftlmer (1861), unreported 694 

Chobnondeley, Ld. v. Ld. Ointon (1816), 19 Vee. 268; 2 Ves. ft B. 113; 

G. Coop. 80; 13 B. B. 183 ; 14 K. B. 219 603 

Christian, Be (1849), 2 Boh. Eoo. Bep. 1 10 ; 7 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. ft Kar.) 266 700 

Christian 9. Coomhe (1796), 2 Esp. 489 662 

Christie v. Biohardson (1842), 10 M. ft W. 688 ; 2 D. N. S. 503 ; 12 L. J. 

Ex.86; 6 Jut. 1069 1073 

Christie V. Unwin (1840), 3 P. ft D. 204; 11 A. ft E. 373; 4 Jar. 363.. 131, 132, 1137 
Christmas v. Whinyatee (1863), 32 L. J. P. ft M. 73 ; 3 S. ft T. 81 ; 9 Jur. 

N.S.283; 8L.T.801; llW.B.371 142 

Chubb «. Solomons (1862), 3 C. ft K. 76 617 

Chnrch v, Lnp. Gas Light and Coke Co. (1838), 6 A. ft E. 846 ; 3 N. ft P. 

36; 1 W. W. ftH. 137 639, 640, 641, 642, 644 

Churchward v. Pahner (1856), 10 Moo. P. C. C. 472 6 

Churton v. Frewen (1865), 2 Dr. ft Sm. 390 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 660 ; 12 L. T. 

105 ; 13 W. B. 490 699 

Churton v, Frewen (1877, should be 1867), 36 L. J. Ch. 660 ; 16 W. B. 559 ; 

16L.T. 171 818 

Ohute 9. Busteed (1862-3), 16 Ir. Law B. N. S. 115 654 

Ciood r. Ciocci (1860) , 29 L. J. P. ft M. 60 1119 

City of Berne 9. Bk. of England (1804), 9 Ves. 347 ; 7 B. B. 218 3 

City of Bristol r. Wait (1834), 6 C. ft P. 591 303 

City of Cambridge, Be, Wood v. Smith (1874), 43 L. J. Adm. 11 ; 6 L. B. 

P. C. 461; 30L. T. 439; 22 W. B. 678 178 

City of London v. Clerke (1690), Carth. 181 397 

City of London r. Perkins (1734), 3 Bro. P. C. 602 327 

aty of London Gas Light and Coke Co. v, NiohoUs (1826), 2 C. ft P. 366.. 641 

atyof Mecoa(l880),5P.D.28; 49L. J.P.17; 41L.T.444; 28W.B.260 1103 

dagett 9. Phillips (1842), 2 Y. ft C. Ch. 82 601 

dan Gozdon, The (1882), 7 P. Div. 190; 4 Asp. K. C. 513 ; 46 L. T. 490; 

30W. B. 691 178 

danmorris, Ld. «. Mullen (1837), C. ft D. Abr. Cas. 8 1214 

Clapham 9. Cologan (1813), 3 Camp. 382 1196 

Clapham r. Lan^ton (1866), 34 L. J. Q. B. 46 ; 6 B. ft S. 729 ; 10 L. T. 

876; 12W. B. 1011 770 

Clarapedev. Commercial Union Assoc., (1893) 82 W. B. 262 188 

Clargesv. Sherwin (1698-9), 12 Mod. 343 1097 

Claridgef. Hoare (1807), 14 Yes. 59 961 

Claridge v. Mackenzie (1842), 4 M. ft Gr. 143 ; 4 Scott, N. B. 726 98, 99 

Claridge v. South Stafloidshire By. Co., (1892) 1 Q. B. 422 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 

603 ; 66 L. T. 655 ; 66 J. P. 408 117 



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lii TABLE OF CASES CITED. 



Clark's Ex. r. Van Beimadyk (1815), 9 Orancb, 153 406, 627 

Clark, Re (1842), 2 Q. B. 630; 2 G. & D. 780; 11 L. J. Q. B. 75 1S2 

Clark V. Adie (1877), 2 App. Cas. 423 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 598 ; 37 L. T. 1 ; 26 

W. R. 46 644 

Clark fF. Alexander (1844), 8 Scott, N. R. 161 ; 13 L. J. C. P. 133 ; 8 Jar. 

496 169,387, 716 

Clark V. Bigelow (1839), 4 Shepl. 246 930 

Clark r. Clark (1830), 1 M. & Rob. 3 593 

Clark V. Giflord (1833), 10 Wend. 310 748 

Clark V. Hooper (1834), 10 Bing. 481 ; 3 L. J. C. P. 159 ; 4 M. ft So. 

353 713 

Clark V. Hougrham (1823), 2 B. & C. 149 ; 8 Dowl. & R. 322 219 

Clark V. Leaoh (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 290 ; 1 De G. J. & S. 409 ; 9 Jnr. N. 8. 

610; 32Beav. 14 169 

Clark V. Molynenx (1876), 14 Cox, C. C. 10 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 230 ; 3 Q. B. 

D. 237; 37L. T. 694; 26 W. R. 104 Ill 

Clark V. MulUok (1840), 3 Moo. P. C. C. 279 51,62 

Clark©. Voroe(1836), 16 Wend. 193 927 

aark V. Waite (1815), 12 Mass. 439 514 

Clark V. Wilmot (1841), 1 Y. & C. C. C. 63 437 

Clark r. Wray (1885), 31 Ch. D. 68; 55 L. J. Ch. 119; 53 L. T. 485; 34 

"nr T> go 192 

Clarkr. Wright Yl860)jVlii-.'cVL. r! 4^^^^^ 48 

Ckrk r. York (1882), 47 L. T. 381 ; 31 W. R. 62 192 

Clarke, Ex parte (1832), 2 Dea. & C. 99 866, 869, 870 

Clarke, Re (1842), 2 Q.B. 630; llL. J. Q. B. 75; 2 G. &D. 780.. 132, 1100,1136 

Clarke, Re (1839), 2 Curt. 329 701 

Clarke, Re (1858), 1 8. & T. 22 ; 27 L. J. P. & M. 18 700 

Clarke «. BradUugh (1881), 8 Q. B. D. 63 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 1 ; 46 L. T. 

49 ; 30 W. R. 63 ; 46 J. P. 278, affg. 7 Q. B. D. 161 84 

Clarke «. Callow (1876), 46 L. J. Q. B. 53 224 

Clarke r. Clarke (1806), 6 Esp. 61.. 542 

Clarke v. Clarke (1 868) I. R. 2 C. L. 395 700 

Clarke f. Clarke (1879), 3 L. R. Ir. 306 700 

Clarke v. Courtney (1831), 5 Pet. 819, 344 429 

Clarke v. Cuckfleld Union (1851-2), 1 Bail Ct. C. 81 (Lowndes, K. & P.) ; 

21 L. J. Q. B. 349; 16 Jur. 686 641, 644 

aarke v. Diokaon (1858), 6 C. B. K. S. 453 ; 28 L. J. C. P. 225 ; 5 Jur. 

N. S. 1027 746 

Clarke r. Fuller (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. 24 ; 12 W. R. 671 673 

aarke v. Hall (1888), 24 L. R. Ir. 316 93 

Clarke v. Roche (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 372; 25 W. R. 309 281 

Oiarke v. Roystone (1845), 13 M. & W. 752 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 143 781 

Clarke f>. Satfery (1824), Ry. & M. 126 921 

Clarke IF. Scripps (1852), 2 Roberts. 568 706 

Clarkson r. Claikson (1862), 2 S. & T. 497 ; 31 L. J. P. 143 ; 6 L. T. 506 ; 

10 W. R. 781 703 

Clarkson v. Woodhouse (1782), 5 T. R. 412, n. ; 3 Doug. 189 301, 433 

Clary V. Clary (1841), 2 Iredell, 78 931 

Oay's case (1784), 2 East, P. C. 580 148 

day V. Crowe (1853), 8 Ex. 296 ; 9 Ex. 604 308 

Clay V. Stephenson (1837), 3 A. & E. 807; 5 N. & M. 318 347 

CUy r. Thaokrah (1839), 9C. &P. 53; 2 M. & Rob. 244 475 

Clay 9. Yates (1866), 25 L. J. Ex. 237 ; I H. & N. 73 ; 2 Jnr. N. S. 908.. 688 

CUytonv. Blakey (1798), 8 T. R. 3; 4 Rev. R. 576 654 

Clayton v. Gregson (1836), 5 A. & E. 302 ; 6 N. & M. 694 763 

Clayton «». Ld. Nugent (1844), 13 M. & W. 205 744, 784, 796, 796 

Cleare «. Clearo (1869), L. R. 1 P. & D. 655; 38 L. J. P. & M. 31 ; 

20L.T.497; 17 W. R. 687 140 

Oleaver. Jones (1852), 7 Ex. 421 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 105 26, 27, 600, 717 

Clegg V. Lery (1812), 3 Camp. 166 936 

CLen^nshaw V. Corp. of Dublin (1876), 10 Ir. R. C. L. 1 • ••• 646 



TABLE OF GASES CITED. liii 

FAOX 

Olemeiit*0 oaae (1868), 87 L. J. Gh. 296 ; L. B. 13 Eq. 179 ; 18 L. T. 696. . 845 

Clement. BxjMffte (1822), 11 Prioe, 68 920 

Clementi «. Gblding (1809), 2 Camp. 25; 11 East, 244 16, 20 

dendon «. Dinneford (1831), 6 C. & P. 18 ; 8 Stark. Ev. 1160 13, 152 

Clergy Sodety, Be (1866), 2 K. & J. 616 760 

Clerk 9. Molinenz (1664), T. Ray. 100 ; I Lev. 169 ; 1 Sid. 268; 1 Keb. 846 871 

Cleve V. Powel (1832), 1 M. & Sob. 228 602, 1119 

Cleveland, Dnoh. Dow. of, v. Mejriok (1868), 37 L. J. Ch. 126 ; 17 L. T. 

238 60 

ClifFord o. Burton (1823), 1 Bing. 199 ; 8 Moore, C. P. 16 390, 604 

QifTord v. Hunter (1827), 3 C. £ P. 16 ; M. & M. 103 48, 942 

Clifford 9. Parker (1841), 2 M. & Or. 909 ; 3 Soott, N. R. 233 ; 10 L. J. 

C P 227 1192 1193 

Clifford V. TnrreU' [isii)\'i Y. i'o. 'c.'o. 138 j 9 jur.' 633; 14 L.'i. Ch.* 

890 748 

Clifton V. U! 8.' (1846)* 4 How.s! OtVB. 242* V////////.V.V.V.V. 109, 277, 620 

Clinanv. Cooke (1802), 1 Sch. & Lef. 41 ; 9 R. B. 3 679, 688, 760 

Cline*8 oase (1870), L. B. 18 Eq. 213 ; 22 W. B. 612 ; 30 L. T. 249 139 

Clive V. Garew (1869), 1 J. & H. 199, 207 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 686 ; 5 Jar. N. S.487. . 496 

Clogstown «. Walcot (1847), 6 Notee of Casea (Eoc. & Mar.), 623 143 

doncnrry, Ld., caaeof (1811), Maoq. H. of L. Practice, 606 602 

GkMe, Ex parte (Ex parte Kirk, Be Bennett) (1877), 40 L. J. Bk. 1 ; 36 

L. T. 429 ; 26 W. B. 604 ; 6 Ch. D. 145 847 

Gloamadeao v. Canel (1866), 18 C. B. 36 ; 25 L. J. C. P. 216 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

474 138 

dothierv. Chapman (1806), 14 East, 331 ; 12 B. B. 643 398 

Clowea 9. Higi^naon (1813), 1 Vee. & B. 376 ; 12 B. B. 284 760 

Glowe8V.HiUiard(1876),4Ch.D. 413; 46L. J.Ch. 271 ; 26 W.B. 224. .187, 192 

Clnnnes 9. Pezzey (1807), 1 Camp. 8 108 

Qyde Nay. Co. v. Barclay (1876h 1 App. Caa. 790 ; 36 L. T. 379 178 

Goal Gonsoming Gaa Co., Ke, Ez parte Cover (1876), 46 L. J. Ch. 96 ; 

1 Ch. D. 182 ; 33 L. T. 619 ; 24 W. B. 126 1233 

Goatee v. Bainbridge (1828), 5 Bing. 68 ; 2 M. & P. 142 388 

Goatee 9, Birch (1841), 2 Q. B. 262 ; 1 G. & D. 647 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 640 ; 

6 Jar. 640 609 

Goata 9. ChapUn (1842), 3 Q. B. 486 ; 11 L. J. Q. B. 316 ; 2 G. & D. 652 ; 

6 Jnr. 1123 670, 692 

Gobbett, Ex parte (1868), 4 Jur. N. S. 146 837, 869, 870 

Gobbett 9, Grey (18 19), 4 Ex. 729 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 137 ; 1 L. M. & P. 383. . 479 
Cobbettr. Hadflon(18d2), 22 L. J. Q. B. 11 ; 1 E. & B. 11; 17 Jur. 

488 909 918 

Gobbett V. KilminetCT (1865)^ 4 F. & F. 490 '!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. 1224, 'l226 
Gobbold 9, Gaston (1824), 1 Bing. 399 ; 1 C. & P. 61 ; 8 Moore (C. P.) 456. .688 

Gobden r. Kendrick (1791), 4 T. B. 431 ; 2 B. B. 424 607, 610 

Cochran v. Betberg (1800), 3 Esp. 121 76S 

Cochrane 9, Moore (1890), 26 Q. B. D. 67 ; 69 L. J. Q. B. 377 ; 63 L. T. 

163 ; 88 W. B. 688 ; 64 J. P. 804 639 

Cock 9, Gent (1843), 12 M. & W. 234 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 24 ; 1 D. ft L. 

413 227, 228 

Cockayne, Be (185(i), Deane, Eoc. B. 177 705, 708 

Cooking 9, Ward (1»45), 1 C. B. 868 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 246 682 

Gockrill v. Sparkea (1862), 32 L. J. Ex. 118 ; 1 H. & C. 699 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 

307; 7L.T.762 490 

Cocks «. NaBh(1833), 6 G. & P. 164 697 

CockBr. Pnrday (1846), 2 C. & E. 269 936 

Goev. Clay (1829), 6 Bing. 440; 3 M. & P. 67 773 

Cogga 9. Bernard (1704), 2 Ld. Baym. 918 ; 1 Smith, L. C. 201 161, 162 

G^en 9. DayidMm (1877), 46 L. J. Q. B. 306 ; 2 Q. B. D. 465; 36 L. T. 

244; 26W.B.369 771 

Cohen 9, Hinkley (1809), 2 Camp. 61 ; 1 Tann. 249 ; 11 B. B. 660 175 

Cohens. Templar (1817), 2 Stark. 260 698 

Cohn 9. DrnvioBon (mm Cohen r. Davidaon). 

Ontv. Traqy (1830), 8Conn. 268 386 

r^L L 9ndt unthpage 636. 



liv TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAOl 

Colbern's case (1823), 1 Wheel. C. C. 479 8Ul 

Colboam v, Dawson (1851), 10 C. B. 765 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 154 ; 16 Jar. 

680 786 

Cololough r. Smyth (1860), 15 Ir. Ch. R. 347 ; 10 L. T. 918 798 

Cole V. Hadley (1840), 11 A. & E. 807 ; 4 Jar. 483 ; 3 P. & D. 458 600 

Cole V. Hawkms (1738), Andr. 275 ; 2 Str. 1094 873 

Cole V, Manninflr (1877), 46 L. J. M. C. 176 ; 2 Q. B. D. 611 ; 35 L. T. 

941 631 

Colev. Sherard(1855), 11 Ex. 482; 25 L. J. Ex. 59 9 

Coleman's case (1748), oited in Joy on Confession • • • • • 655 

Coleman 9. Gibson (1832), 1 M. & Bob. 168 692 

Colenum v. Soathwick (1812), 9 Johns. 45 372 

Coles V. Bk. of England (1839), 10 A. & E. 437 : 2 P. & D. 521 542 

Coles r. Bristowe (1868), U R. 4 Ch. App. 3 ; 38 L. J. Ch. 81 ; 19 L. T. 

403 ; 17 W. R. 105 168 

Coles tr. Coles and Brown (1866), 36 L. J. P. & M. 40 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 

70 9«9 

Collard i\ Sampson (1853), 16 Beav. 543; 4 De G. M. & G. 224; 17 Jur. 

641 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 729 ; 1 Eq. Rep. 262 693 

Colledge v. Horn (1825), 3 Bing 119; 10 Moore (J B.) 431 507, 711 

CoUen V, Wright (1857), 26 L. J. Q. B. 147 ; 7 E. & B. 301 ; 27 L. J. Q. 

B.215; 8E.&B.647; 3 Jar. N. S. 363 780 

Collettr. Collett (1838), 1 Curt. 687 931, 934 

CoUett t;. Hubbard (1846), 2 Coop. 94, 99 544 

Collett*. Ld. Keith (1803), 4 Esp. 212 617, 1144 

CoUette V. Goode (1877), 7 Ch. D. 842; 47 L. J. Ch. 370 ; 38 L. T. 604 . . 224 
Collier, Ex parte (aee Ex parte Bailey). 

Collier r. Nokes (1849), 2 C. & Kir. 1012 16,960 

Collier r. Simpson (1831), 5 C. & P. 74 935. 936 

Colling*. Treweek (1827), 6 B. & C. 398 300, 316, 317 

Collins r. Barrow (1831), 1 M. & Rob. 112 774 

Collins V. Bayntun (1841), 1 Q. B. 117 ; 4 P. &D. 644 ; 5 Jur. 530 1211 

Collins V. Bishop (1879), 48 L. J. Ch. 31 149, 373 

Collins V. Blantem (1767), 2 WUs. 341 ; 1 Sm. L. C. 310 91, 746, 747 

Collins*. Carnegie (1834), 1 A. & E. 695, 703; 3 N. & M. 703 151, 519 

Collins*. Gashon (1860), 2 F. & F. 47 1192 

Collins*. Godefroy (1831), 1 B. & Ad. 950; 1 D. P. C. 326 819, 820 

Collins*. Jackson (1862), 31 Beav. 645 160 

ColUns *. Martin (1797), 1 B. & P. 651 ; 2 Esp. 250 ; 4 R. R. 752 133 

Collins*. Maule (1838), 8 C. & P. 502 297, 1054 

Collins *. ProHser (1823), 1 B. & C. 682 ; 3 D. ft R. 112 1194 

Collins *. Rhodes {»ee Re Baker). 

Collins *. Welch (1879), 5 C. P. D. 27 ; 49 L. J. C. P. 260 ; 41 L. T. 786 ; 

28 W. R. 208 41,42 

Collinson*. Margesson (1858), 27 L.J. Ex. 306 712 

Collis*. Emett (1790), 1 H. Bl. 313 1205 

CoUis*. Stack (1857), 1 H. & N. 606; 26 L. J. Ex. 138 711 

Collyer *. Willock (1827), 12 Moore (C. P.), 567 ; 4 Bing. 313 716 

Colman *. Anderson (1813), 10 Mass. 105 122 

Colt*. Nettervill (1725), 2 P. Wms. 308 685 

Coltman*. Gregory (1871), 40 L. J. Ch. 362 ; 19 W. R. 571 800 

Coltman*. Marsh (1811), 3 Taun. 380 712 

Colvin*. Proo. Gen. (1827), 1 Hagg. Ecc. R. 92 174 

Com. *. Boynton (1874), 116 Mass. 343 635 

Com. *. BiilUird(l812), 9 MaM. 270 746 

Com.*. Carey (1823), 2 Pick. 47 1221, 1228 

Com. *. Dana (1841), 2 Mete. 329, 337 600 

Com. *. Downing (1855). 4 Gray. 29 636 

Com. *. Drake (1818), 15 Mass. 161 667, 696 

Com. I?. Eberle (1817), 3 Serg. & R. 9 382 

Com. *. Feely (1789-1826), 2 Virg. Cas. 1 873 

Com.*. Green (1822), 17 Mass. 538 910 

Com. *. Giiffin (1872), 110 Mass. 181 690 

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PAoa 

Com. •. Hai (1817), UMaas. 207 897 

Com. V. Knapp (1830), 9 Pick. 607 651, 668, 686, 632 

Com. r. KneeUmd (1838), 20 Pick. 229 16 

Com. V. L7nes(l886). 142 Mbbb. 677 898 

Com. IT. NorcEOM (1813), 9 Mass. 492 296 

Com. «. Pollard (1847), 12 Meto. 226 630 

Com. V. fiiohaids (1836), 18 Piok. 434 364 

Com. «. Sapp (1890), 29 Amer. St. R. 406 690, 691 

Com. V. Shepherd (1814), 6 Binn. 283 621 

Com. fF. Smith (1812), 9 MaM. 107 616 

Com. r. Tilden (undated), cited 2 Stark. £v. 232, n. 1 615 

Com.9. Yaw (1831), 3 Leigh, R. 786 469 

Com. r. Woelper (1817), 3 Serg. & R. 29 1176 

Com i;. Wood (1868), 11 Gray, 86 636 

Combe 9. Corp. of London (1842), 2 T. & C. C. C. 631 601, 1183 

Combe €. Pitt (1764), 3 Barr. 1686; 1 Wm. Bl. 624 660 

Comm. of Leith Har. & D. v. Inspec. of Puor (1866), L. R. 1 H. L. (So.) 17 1139 

Comm. r. White (1888), 147 Maas. 76 617 

Commercial Bk. of Sooti. v. Rhind (i860), 3 Maoq. 643 ; 1 Paterson, 903 . . 662 
Commings v. Heard (1869), 10 B. & 8. 606 ; L. R. 4 Q. B. 669 ; 39 L. J. 

Q. B. 9 ; 20 L. T. 976 ; 18 W. R. 16 1160 

Commins v. Scott (1876), L. R. 20 Eq. 11 ; 44 L. J. Ch. 663 ; 32 L. T. 

420; 23W.R.498 671 

Compton V. Chandless (1801). 4 Eep. 19 1081, 1166 

Concha v. Concha (1886), 11 App. Cas. 641 ; 66 L. J. Ch. 267 ; 66 L. T. 

622 ; 85 W. R. 477 912 

Concha 9. Knrrietta (1889), 40 Ch. D. 643 ; 60 L. T. 798 937 

Concordia, The (1866), L. R. 1 Adm. 93 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 771 ; 14 L. T. 896. . 6 
Conflans Quarry Co. v, Parker (1867), L. R. 3 C. P. 1 ; 37 L. J. C. P. 61 ; 

17L.T.283; 16 W. R. 127 308 

Conlon «. Moore (1876), 9 L R. C. L. 190 1114 

Connelly r. Connelly (I860), 2 Roberts. 202 1144, 1145 

Connor, In the goods of , (1892) 29 L. R. Ir. 261 172, Add, [181] 

Connor «. (1842), Ir. Cir. R. 610 832 

Connor v, Cronin (1868), 17 Lr. L. R. 480 133 

Connybeare v. Faniee (1869), L. R. 6 Eq. 16 ; 39 L. J. Ex. 26 ; 21 L. T. 

497 818 

Conradi v. Conradi (1868), L. R. 1 P. & D. 614 ; 18 L. T. 659 ; 16 W. R. 

1028 363, 1103 

Conron v. Conron (1868), 7 H. L. C. 168 144 

Conserr. of Bir. Thames v. Hall (1868), 37 L. J. C. P. 163 ; L. R. 3 C. P. 

415 ; 18 L. T. 361 ; 16 W. R. 971 178 

ConnUble v. Constable (1879), 11 Ch. D. 681 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 621 ; 40 L. T. 

616 140 

Contract Corp., Re (1871), 40 L. J. Ch. 361 ; L. R. 6 Ch. App. 146 845 

Conway v. Beazley (1831), 3 Hagg. Ecc. R. 639 1144 

Gooeh «. Goodman (1842), 2 Q. B. 580 ; 2 G. & D. 169 ; 6 Jur. 779 663, 664 

Coode V. Coode (1838), 1 Curt. 765 1048 

Cook, Re (1846), 7 Q. B. 653; 14 L. J. Q. B. 188; 9 Jur. 869 837 

Cook fr. Heam (1832), 1 M. & Rob. 20 319 

Cook «. Lambert (1863), 32 L. J. P. & M. 93; 3 S. & T. 46; 9 L. T. 211 ; 

11 W. R. 401 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 268 699 

Cook V. Leonard (1827), 6 B. & C 361 ; 9 Dowl. & R. 339 226 

Cook V. Nethercote (1836), 6 C. & P. 743 918 

Cook p. North Metropohtan Tramways Co. (1887), 18 Q. B. D. 683 ; 66 

L. J. Q. B. 309 ; 66 L. T. 448 ; 67 L. T. 746 ; 36 W. R. 677 ; 61 J. P. 

630 • .  . 779 

Cookr. Steuns (l8l4),"liMa88^^ 683 

Cook V. The State (1893), 40 Am. St. R. 766 Add. [668] 

Cook r. Tomlinson (1876), 24 W.R. 861 912 

Cooke ». Banks (1826), 2 C.& P. 478 401, 1174 

Cooke 9. Butler (1872), 2 Hop. & Colt. 22 ; 21 W. R. 73 ; 27 L. T. 648 ; 42 

L. J. C. P. 25; L. R.9C. P. 266 1178 

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Cooke ». Green (1823), 11 Price, 736 112 

Cooke V. Lamotte (1851), 16 Beay. 234; 21 L. J. Ch. 371 136 

Cooke 9. Lloyd (1803), Peake, Evid. Appendix xxviii 414 

Cooke p. Loxley (1792). 6 T. R. 4 ; 2 R. B. 621 96 

Cooke V. MaxweU (1817), 2 Stark. N. P. 183 ; 19 R. R. 700 618, 620, 1031 

Cooke i;.Sholin 793), 6 T. R. 265 1103, 1141 

Cooke r. Tanswell (1818), 2 Moore (C. P.), 613 ; 8 Taon. 131 1210 

Cooke V, WUby (1884), 26 Ch. D. 769 ; 63 L. J. Ch. 692 ; 60 L. T. 162 ; 

32 W. R. 379 13, 1030 

Cooke V. WUdes (1855). 6 E. & B. 328 ; 3 C. L. R. 1090 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 

307; 1 Jut. N. S. 610 47, 111 

Cookes V, Cookes (1863). 3 N. R. 97 ; 11 W. R. 871 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 843 ... . 462 

Cookea v. Masoall (1694), 2 Vem. 200 639 

Coole V. Braham (1848), 3 Ex. 186 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 106 498, 609, 612 

Coombs, Re (1866), 36 L. J. P. & M. 26 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 302 698 

Coombs V. Bristol and Exeter Ry. Co. (1858), 27 L. J. Ex. 401 ; 3 H. & 

N. 610 69a 

Coombs V, Coether (1829), M. & M. 398 1050 

Coombs V. WiUu, (1891) 3 Ch. 77 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 42 ; 65 L. T. 56 ; 40 W. 

R. 77 671 

Coope V. Cresswell (1866), L. R. 2 Ch. 112 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 114 ; 16 L. T. 

42 ; 15 W. R. 242 449 

Cooper, In re. Cooper v. Vesey (1882), 20 Ch. D. 611, 6z9 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 

862; 47L.T.89; 30W.R.648 136 

Cooper V. Blandy (1839), 1 Bing. N. C. 45 99 

Cooper V. Bookett (1863, should be 1844), 4 Moo. P. C. C. 419 ; 4 Notes 

of Cases (Eco. & Mar.), 686 ; 10 Jur. 931 142, 697, 707 

Cooper r. Gibbons (1813), 3 Camp. 363 109 

Cooper p. Grant (1852), 12 C. B. 164 : 21 L. J. C. P. 197 732 

Cooper r. Harding (1845), 7 Q. B. 028; 9 Jur. 777 848 

Cooper r. Lloyd (1859), 6 C. B. N. S. 619 622 

Cooper V, Maodonald (1867), 36 L. J. Eq. 304 .• 1086 

Coiper V. Maodonald (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 633, 638 ; L. R. 16 Eq. 268 ; 28 

L. T. 693 806 

Cooper V. Marsden (1793), 1 Esp. 1 467 

Cooper r. Metrop. Board of Works (1883), 26 Ch. D. 472 ; 60 L. T. 602 . . 597 

Cooper V. Meyer (1830), 10 B. & C. 468 647, 648 

Cooper V. Robinson (1842), 10 M. & W. 694 ; 12 L. J Ex. 48 766 

Cooper V, Shepherd (1846), 3 C. P. 272 ; 4 D. & L. 218 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 

237; 10 Jur. 768 1116 

Cooper V. Slade (1858), 6 E. & B. 447 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 324 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

1016 104, 106, 686 

Oooperr. Smith (1812), 16 East, 103; 13 R. R. 397 672 

Cooper V. Taylor (1844), 6 M. & Gr. 989 ; 7 Soott, M. R. 950 ; 13 L. J. 

C. P. 92 ; 8 Jur. 450 632 

Cooper V. Wands. Board of Works (1863). 32 L. J. C. P. 186; 14 C. B. 

N. S. 180; 9 Jur. N. S. 1166; 11 W. R. 646 1148 

Cooper V. Woolfitt (1857), 26 L. J. Ex. 310 ; 2 H. & N. 122 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 

870 146 

Coorg, Rajah of v. East India Co. (1856), 25 L. J. Ch. 346 618 

Cooter. Boyd (1789), 2 Bro. 0. C. 621 807, 808 

Coote r. Leighworth (1596), Moore (F.), 467 643 

Cope, Re (1850), 2 Roberts. 335 701 

Cope V. Cope (1833), 5 C. & P. 604 ; 1 M. & Rob. 269, 27 . .101, 621, 622, 1170 

Cope V. Mooney (1862), 14 Ir. C. L. R. 256 ; 10 L. T. 854 1163 

Cope V. Rowlands (1836), 2 M. & W. 160 ; 2 Gale, 231 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 63. . 150 

Cope V. Thames Haven Dock Co. (1848), 2 C. & Kir. 757 929, 960 

Cope V. Thames Haven Dock & Rail. Co. (1849), 3£x. 841 ; 6 Railw. Gas. 

83; 18L.J.EX.345 642 

Copeland t;. Watts (1815), 1 Stark. 95 698 

Copin V, Adamson (1875), L. R. 9 Ex. 346 ; 43 L. J. Ex. 161 ; 31 L. T. 

242; 22W. R. 658 1147 

Copland v. Toulmin (1840), 7 Q. & Fin. 360 486 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. Ivii 

pias 
Copley «. Barton (1870), L. R. 6 C. P. 489; 89 L. J. M. 0. 141; 22 

L.T. 888 263 

Copp 9. Upham (1825), 3 New Hamp. 159 969 

Copper Miners' Go. v. Fox (1851), 16 Q. B. 229 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 174 ; 15 

Jur. 703 631, 642 

Corbettr. Corbett(1813), 1 Ves. & B. 335 329 

CorbishleT's Trusts, Be (1880), 14 Ch. Div. 846 ; 49 L. J. Oh. 266 ; 28 

W. R. 536 172 

Colder, Re (1818), 6 Notes of Gas. (£co. & Mar.), 556 698 

Cordery r. Golvtlle {or Golvin) (1863), 14 0. B. N. 8. 374 ; 32 L. J. C. P. 

210; 9 Jut. N. S. 1200; 8 L. T. 245 521 

Cordwentv. Hunt (1818), 8 Taun. 596 750 

Cork, Bp. of, V. Porter (1877). Ir. 11 C. L. 94 961 

Cork and Bandon Ry. Co. r. Cazenove (1847), 10 Q. B. 935 ; 11 Jur. 802.. lUO 
Cork and Bandon Ry. Go. p. Goode (1853), 13 G. B. 826 ; 22 L. J. G. P. 

198; 17Jur.555 76 

Cornelius Regan, Re (1838), 1 Curt. 908 696 

Cornell v. Baker (1885), 29 Gh. D. 711 ; 54 L. J. Gh. 844; 52 L. T. 421.. 918 

Cornells. Green (IS'^^K 10 Serg. & R. 14, 16 354 

Comfoot V. Fowke (1840), 6 M. & W. 377 ; 4 Jur. 919 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 297. . 200 

Comfurth v. Smithard (1859), 5 H. & N. 13 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 228 ; 8 W. R. 8 711 

Cornish v. Abington (1859), 4 H. & N. 549 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 262 538 

Comifth V, Clark (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 184 ; 42 L. J. Gh. 14 ; 26 L. T. 494 ; 

20W. R. 897 136 

Cornish <r. Hockin (1853), 1 E. & B. 602 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 142; 17 Jur. 

1049 -. 186 

Cornwall v. Richardson (1825), Ry. & M. 305 219, 252, 255, 256 

Corsen v. Dubois (1816), Ilolt, N. P. R. 239 598 

Cort V. Ambergate, &o. Ry. Go. (1851), 17 Q. B. 127 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 460 ; 

15 Jur. 877 751 

Cortis9. Kent Waterworks Go. (1827), 7 B. & G. 314 151 

Goryr. Bretton (1830)r4 G. & P. 462 514 

Cwyr. Davis (1863), 14 0. B. N. S. 370 282 

Cosmopolitan, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Gas. (Eco. & Mar.), Supp. xxviii 177 

Gbsnahanv. Grice (1862), 15 Moo. P. G. G. 215 638 

Cossens, Ex parte, Warrall, Re (1820), Buok, 531, 545 970 

Coesens v. Cossens (1737), Willes, 25 92 

Coesey 9. Lond. ft Bright. Ry. Go. (1870), L. R. 5 G. P. 146 ; 39 L. J. G. P. 

174; 22L. T. 19; 18 W. R. 493 699, 1186 

Costa Rica, Rep. of v, Erlanger (1875), 44 L. J. Ch. 281 ; L. R. 19 

Bq. 83 321 

Coster 9. Hetherington (1859), 8 Cox, G. G. 175 ; 1 E. & £. 802; 28 L. J. 

M 193 1073 

Gotching v. Bawet (1862),' 32 h! J. Ch! '286;' 32 Beav. 1 oV ; 9 Jur.' N.' S. 

590; 11 W. R. 197 628 

Cotes V, Davis (1808), 1 Camp. 485 504 

Gotesworth r. Spokes (1861), 30 L. J. C. P. 220 ; 10 G. B. N. S. 103 ; 7 Jur. 

N. S. 803 522 

Cottam V. Partridge (1842), 4 M. ft Gr. 271 ; 4 Scott, N. R. 819 ; 11 L. J. 

C. P. 161 715 

C(»tteriU9. Hobby (1825), 4 B. & G. 465 ; 6 D. & R. 651 286 

Cottington, Ex parte (1678), 2 Swans. 326 1150 

Cottle, Ex parte (1850), 2 Mac. & G. 185 ; 2 H. & T. 382 ; 19 L. J. Ch. 

368 540 

Cotton, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Gas. (Ecc. & Mar.) 307 698 

Gottrell 9. Hughes (1855), 15 G. B. 532 ; 3 G. L. R. 496 ; 24 L. J. C. P. 

107; 1 Jur. N. 8. 448 126, 127 

Cuttrillv. Myrick (1835), 3 Fairf . 222 932 

Couch V, Meeker (1817), 2 Conn. 302 755 

Gouling V. Coxe (1848), 6 0. B. 703 ; 6 Dowl. & L. 399 ; 18 L. J. G. P. 100 ; 

13 Jur. 101 836 

GouDh8VP. Re (1873), L. R. 8 Q. B. 410 ; 42 L. J. Q. B. 217 ; 38 L. T. 761 ; 

21W.B. 883 1028 



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Iviii TABLE OF CASES ai^ED. 



Gourteen r. Touse (1807), 1 Gamp. 43 ; 10 R. R. 627 92i 

CousinB 9. Paddon (1835), 2 G. M. & B. 647 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 49 ; 6 Tjr. 

686 222 

Goutts V, Acworth (1869), 38 L. J. Gh. 694 ; L. R. 8 Eq. 668 ; 21 L. T. 

224; 17 W. R. 1121 186 

Gouturier t;. Haetie (1852), 8 Ex. 40 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 97 677 

Goventry t;. Great Eastern Ry. Go. (1883), 11 Q. B. D. 776 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 

694 ; 49 L. T. 641 648 

Gowan v. Abrahams (1793), 1 Esp. 60 .289, 818 

Gowan v. Braidwood (1840), 1 M. & Or. 882 ; 2 Soott, K. R. 138; 9 D. 

P. G. 27 1142, 1143, 1146, 1147, 1164 

Gowbum, Re {see Ex parte Firth). 

Gowellr. Chambers (1866), 21 Beav. 619 1092 

Gowiei;. HalsaU(1821), 4B. & Ad. 197; 3Stark. K. P. 36 1194 

Gowie V, Remfrj (1846), 6 Moo. P. G. G. 232 ; 3 Moo. Ind. App. 448 ; 10 

Jur. 789 298 

Gowley r. Knapp (1886), 42 N. J. L. 297 693 

GowUngi;. £17(1818), 2 Stark. R. 366; 20 R. R. 694 488 

Gowper v. Lord Gowper (1734), 2 P. Wms. 720, 748, 749, 760, 761, 752 .. 108 
Gox»8 Trusts, Re (1878), 47 L. J. Gh. 736 ; 9 Gh. D. 159 ; 27 W. R. 63 . . 189 

Gox V, Allingham (1822), Jao. 614 1045 

Gox V. Gazmon (1838), 4 Bing. K. G. 463; 6 Dowl. 626 732 

Goxr. Hill, (1892) 36 Sol. J. 446 193 

Gox V. Kniffht (1866), 18 G. B. N. S. 646 ; 25 L. J. G. P. 314 99 

Gox V. Middleton (1856), 2 Drew. 209 ; 2 Eq. Rep. 631 ; 23 L. J. 

Gh. 618 673 

Cox V. Midi. Ry. Go. (1849), 8 Ex. 268 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 65 ; 14 Jur. 66 ; 6 

Railw. Gas. 683 641 

Gox r. Newman (1813), 2 Ves. & B. 168 1037 

Gox t;. Reid (1849), 13 Q. B. 668 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 216 ; 13 Jur. 663 ... .39, 227 

Gox V. Walter (should be Walker) (undated), cited 9 G. & P. 339 259 

Gox V. Willoughby (1880), 13 Gh. D. 863 ; 49 L. J. Gh. 237 ; 42 L. T. 126 ; 

28 W. R. 603 169 

Coxhead t;. Mullis (1878), 3 G. P. D. 439 ; 47 L. J. G. P. 761 ; 39 L. T. 

349; 27W. R. 136 718 

Coxheadf. Riohaids(1846),2G. B. 684; 15 L. J. G. P. 278; 10 Jar. 984.. 89, 

47, 111 

Goyle r. Great North of Ireland Ry. Go. (1887), 20 L. R. Ir. 409 163 

Craig r.Fenn (1841), G. & Marsh. 43 269 

Crane v. London Dock Co. (1864), 33 L. J. Q. B. 224 ; 6 B. & S. 313 ; 10 

L. T. 372; 12 W. R. 746 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 984 ' 7 

Crane v. Marshall (1839), 4 Shepl. 27 443 

Crane v. Powell (1868), 38 L. J. G. P. 43 ; L. R. 4 G. P. 123 ; 20 L. T. 

703; 17W.R.161 672 

Craven, Exparte (1870), 39 L. J. Bank. 33 ; L. R. 10 Eq. 648 ; 23 L. T. 

663 ; 18 W. R. 1022 : affd. sub nom. Graven, Ex parte, Tempest, Li re, 

L. R. 6 Gh. 70; 40 L. J. Bank. 22; 23 L. T. 650; 19 W. R. 137 .... 82 

Craven r. Halliley (1838), cited Thomas v. Gonnell, 4 M. & W. 270 379 

Crawoourv. Salter (1881), 18Ch. D. 30; 46 L. T. 62 6, 611 

Crawford r. Crawford (1867), L-. R. 2 Eq. 166 710, 711 

Crawford and Lindsay Peer. (1848), 2 H. L. C. 634, 660 ; 2 Macq. 479 . . 134. 

428, 1018, 1227 

Crawford r. Spencer (1861), 62 Mass. 418 757 

Cray v. Halls (1825), cited Smith v. Blandy, Ry. & M. 269 479 

Creaghc. Blood (1845), 3 J. & La T. 133, 161 , 660 

Crease v. Barrett (1835), 1 G. M. & R. 919 ; 5 Tyr. 458 ; 4 L. J. Ex. 297. . 393, 

395, 396, 397, 401, 404, 413, 435. 444, 445, 610 
Credland v. Potter (1874), 10 L. R. Gh. 8 ; 44 L. J. Gh. 169 ; 31 L. T. 

622; 23 W. R. 36 788 

Green v. Wright (1877), 2 G. P. D. 364 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 427 ; 36 L. T. 356 ; 

25 W. R. 502 42 

Greevyr. Garr (1836), 7 G. & P. 64 246, 942 

Creppsr. Durden (1776-7), 2 Gowp. 140; 1 Sm. L. G. 692 1136 

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TABLE OP OASES CITED. IxiX 

PAOS 

Orersr 9. Sodo (1827), M. & M. 80; 3 G. & P. 10 274 

Greflswellp. Jackaon (1860), 2 F. & F. 24 1224 

Crew 9. Saunden (1734-6), 2 Str. 1005 993, 996, 997 

Crippflv. Davis (1843), 12 M. &W. 169; 13 L. J. Ex. 217 713,714 

Gripps 9. HartnoU (1863), 32 L. J. Q. B. 881 ; 10 Jur. N. 8. 300 ; 8 L. T. 

765 ; 11 W. R. 953 678 

Gripps V. Hills (1844), 6 Q. B. 606 ; 1 Dav. & M. 644 ; 8 Jar. 466 ; 13 

L. J. Q. B. 13U 49 

Gripps r. Wells (1843), G. & Mar. 489 271 

Crisdeer. Bolton (1827), 3 C. & P. 240 44 

Crisp V. Anderson (1816), 1 Stark. R. 36 ; 18 R. R. 744 109, 133 

Ciibpin V. DogUoni (1862), 32 L. J. P. & M. 109 ; 3 S. & T. 44 ; 8 L. T. 

91 ; 11 W. R. 600 309, 414 

Croft V. Gioft (1863), 4 S. & T. 10 ; 31 L. J. P. & M. 44 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 

183 ; 11 L. T. 781 ; 13 W. R. 626 967 

Croft V. Graham (1863), 2 De G. J. & Sm. 166 ; 9 L. T. 689 137 

Croft «. Lumle^r (1867-8), 6 E. & B. 648 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 223 ; 27 L. J. Q. B. 

821 ; 6 H. L. Gas. 672 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 903 622 

Croft r. Rickmansworth Highway Board (1888), 67 L. J. Gh. 689 121 

Cioftonr. Poole (1830), 1 B. & Ad. 668 619 

Crofts r. Marshall (1836), 7 G. & P. 697 766 

Crokerf. M. of Hertford (1844), 4 Moo. P. G. G. 339 702, 708 

Cromack v. Heathoote (1820), 4 Moore (G. P.) 367 ; 2 B. & B. 4 691, 592 

Crompton V. Butler (1790), 1 Hagg. Cons. 460 632 

Cronk 9. Frith (1839), 9 C. ft P. 197 ; 2 M. ft Rob. 262 1209 

Crook V. Dowlrng (1782), 3 Doug. 77 1013, 1014 

Crook 9. Hill (1876), 3 Gh. D. 773 ; 46 L. J. Gh. 119 ; 24 W. R. 786 ... . 146 
Crook 9. Seaford (Gorpn. of) (1871), L. R. 6 Gh. 661 ; 26 L. T. 1 ; 19 

W. R. 938 645 

Crookenden 9. Fuller (1859), 29 L. J. P. ft M. 1 ; 1 S. ft T. 441 ; 6 Jur. 

N. S. 1222 " 1 Li. T. 70 179 180 

Crookewit 9. Fletcher (1867), 26 L.' J. Ex. 163 ; 1 H. ft N . 893 .V.*. V. . . U98 
Cropper 9. Smith (1884), 26 Gh. D. 710 ; 63 L. J. Gh. 891 ; 61 L. T. 733 ; 

33 W. R. 60 187 

Crosbie 9. Thompson (1847), 11 Ir. £q. R. 404 487 

CzYMby 9. Hetherington (1842), 4 M. ft Gr. 933 ; 6 Soott, N. R. 637 ; 12 

L. J. C. P. 261 6, 7 

Crosl^ 9. Percy (1808), 1 Taun. 364 372, 1214 

Crosby 9. Wadsworth (1806), 6 East, 602 ; 2 Smith, 559 ; 8 R. R. 666. ... 687 

Cross 9. Kaye (1796), 6 T. R. 663 618 

Crosse 9. Bedingfield (1821), 12 Sim. 36 488 

Crosaley, Ex part«, Re Taylor (1872), L. R. 13 Eq. 409 ; 41 L. J. Bank. 

36 848 

Croraley 9. Dixon (1863), 32 L. J. Gh. 617 ; 10 H. L. Gas. 293 ; 9 Jur. 

N. S. 607; 8L. T. 260; 11 W. R. 716 644 

Croasley 9. Elworthy (1871), L. R. 12 Eq. 168 ; 40 L. J. Gh. 480 ; 24 L. T. 

607 ; 19 W. R. 842 136 

Crosaley 9. Lightowler (1867), L. R. 3 Eq. 279 ; 2 Gh. App. 478 ; 36 L. J. 

Ch.584; 16 W. R. 801 Ill 

Crosaley 9. Mayoock (1874), L. R. 18 Eq. 180; 43 L. J. Gh. 379; 22 

W. R. 387 678 

Crotty 9. Hodges (1842), 4 M. ft Gr. 661 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 221 1194 

Crouch 9. Gred. Fon. of England (1873), L. R. 8 Q. B. 374 ; 42 L. J. 

Q. B. 183; 29 L. T. 259; 21 W. R. 946 660 

Cronch 9. Hooper (1852), 16 Beav. 182 421 

Croudson 9. Leonard (1808), 4 Granoh, 434 1160 

Croughton 9. Blake (1843), 12 M. ft W. 206 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 78 ; 8 Jur. 

275 1050, 1109, 1169 

Crowder9. Hopkins (1843), 10 Paige, 190 433, 514 

Crowe 9. Clay (1854), 9 Ex. 604 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 160 ; 18 Jur. 654 307 

Crowley 9. Page (1887). 7 G. ft P. 789 954 

Crowley 9. Yitty (1852), 7 Ex. 819 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 136 667 

Crowninshield's case (1830), 10 Pick. 497 882 

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Ix TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

VAJom 

Orowninflhield V. CrowninBhield (1854), 2 Graf, 524 170,262 

Crowther v, Appleby (1873), L. R. 9 0. P. 23 ; 43 L. J. C. P. 7 ; 29 L. T. 

580; 22W.K.265 814 

Crowther «. Solomons (1848), 6C. B. 758; 18 L. J. C. P. 92 131 

Croxton v. May (1876), 9 Ch. D. 388 ; 39 L. T. 461 ; 27 W. R. 327 101 

Cruiaer. Clancy (1844), 6 Ir. Eq. R. 562 805, 1228 

Cubitt r. Porter (1828), 8 B. & C. 257; 2M. & R. 267 118 

Cuff V. Penn (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 21 ; 14 R. R. 384 762 

Cumberland v. Copeland (1861), 1 H. & C. 194 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 353 ; 9 Jnr. 

N.S.253; 7 L. T. 334 730 

Cumin? r. Frenoh (1809), 2 Camp. 106, n 615 

Cummm<r. Smith (1816), 2 Serg. & R. 440 620 

Cumming r. Roebuck (1816). Holt, N. P. R. 172 297 

Cundell r. Pratt (1827), M. & M. 108 967,968 

CunUffe r. Sefton (1802), 2 East, 183 328, 1214, 1216 

Cunningrham, Re (1860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 71 ; 4 S. & T. 194 704 

Cunningham v. Cunningham (1814), 2 Dow, 483 149 

Curlewis v. Corfield (1841), 1 a. & D. 489 ; 1 Q. B. 814 ; 6 Jur. 259 . .520, 521 

Curling v. Perring (1835), 2 MyL & K. 380 ; 4 L. J. Ch. 80 601 

Curren r. Crawford (1818), 4 Serg. & R. 3, 5 458 

Currie i;. Anderson (1859), 2 £. & E. 592 ; 29 L. J. Q. B. 87 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 

442 ; 8 W. R. 274 689, 692 

Currie t;. Child and Brown (1812), 3 Camp. 283 1207, 1213 

Curry v. Walter (1796), 1 Esp. 456; 6 R. R. 743; 1 Bos. & P. 525; 

4R. R. 717 612 

Curtin V. Evans (1872), Ir. R. 9 Eq. 653 806 

Curtis V, Hunt (1824), 1 C. & P. 180 663 

Curtis V, Mackenzie (1877), W. N. No. 46 of 1877, Ch. D. 213 806 

Curtis p. March (1858), 3 H. & N. 866 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 36 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 

1112 16 

Curtis r. M'Sweeney (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 343 1211 

Curtis r. Pugh (1847), 10 Q. B. Ill ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 199 690 

Curtis V. Blckards (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 47 ; 1 Scott, N. R. 155 ; 4 Jur. 

508 118 

Curzon v. Lomax (1803), 5 East, 60 397, 403 

Cusack r. Farrell (1887), 18 L. R. Ir. 494; 20L. R. Ir. 56 162 

Cusack r. Robinson (1861), 1 B. & S. 299 ; 30 L. J. Q. B. 261 ; 7 Jur. 

N. S. 642 ; 4 L. T. 606 ; 9 W. R. 735 689, 690 

Cutbushf^. aabert(1818), 4Serg. &R. 555 279 

Cuthbert v. Cumming (1855), 11 Ex. 405 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 310 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

686 768 

Cutler r. Newlin (1819), Mann. Dig. N. P. 137 608 

Cutler r. Pope (1836), 1 Shepl. 337 686 

Cuttoc. Gilbert (1854), 9 Moo. P. C. C. 143 143, 705 

Cutts r. Pickering (1672), 1 Ventr. 197 606 

Cutts c. IT. 8. (1812), 1 Gall. 69 1199 

Cutts 9. Ward (1867), L. R. 2 Q. B. 357 ; 36 L. J. Q. B. 161 ; 8 B. & S. 

277; 16L.T.614; 15 W. R. 445 728 



D. falsely called F. <r. F. (1864), 34 L. J. P. & M. 66 167 

Dabbsv. Humphries (1834), 10 Bing. 446 ; 4 M. & So. 285 711 

Da Costa r. Edmunds (1815), 4 Camp. 143 ; 2 Chitty, 227 ; 16 R. R. 763.. 766 

Da Costa r. Jones (177K), 2 Cowp. 729 620 

Da Costa r. Pym (1797), Peake, Add. Cas. 144 1221 

Da Costa r. Villa Real (1734), 2 Str. 961 1103, 1107 

Dagleishc. Dodd (1832), 5 C. & P. 238 484 

Dailies v. Hartley (1848), 3 Ex. 200 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 81 929 

Doines v. Heath (1847), 3 C. B. 938 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 117 ; 11 Jur. 186. .. . 1206 

Daintry v. Brocklehurst (1848), 3 Ex. 207 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 57 117 

Daioz, Tlie (1878), 47 L. J. Adm. 1 ; 87 L. T. 137 178 

Dalby 9. Hirst (1819), IB. & B. 224 ; 8 Moore (C. P.), 536 782 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. 1x1 

PAOfl 

IMe't ofue (1881), 6 Q. B. D. 474 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 284 ; 43 L. T. 786 ; 

46 J. P. 284 846 

Dale 9. Hamilton (1846), 6 Hare, 369 ; 2 Fhillipe, 266 ; 16 L. J. Ch. 126, 

397 ; 11 Jar. 163, 674 688 

Dale V. Humfrey (1858), 26 L. J. Q. B. 137; 7 E. & B. 266; 27 L. J. 

Q- B. 390; E. B. & E. 1004; 6 Jup. N. 8. 191 769 

D^leiahr. Hodgson (1831), 7 Bing. 496; 6 M. & P. 407 1149 

Datiaonr. Stark (1803), 4 En>. 163 289 

Dallow, Re (1866), 36 L. J. P. & M. 81 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 189 701 

DaliYinple v. Dalrymple (1811), 2 Hagg. Cons. 64 7, 936 

Dalrymple v. HaU (1881), 16 Ch. D. 716 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 302 ; 29 T^. R. 421 146 

DaUton v. Coatsworth (1721), 1 P. Wms. 731 ; 3 Brown, P. C. 660 108 

Dalton i;. Angus (1881), 6 App. Cas. 1740 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 689 ; 44 L. T. 

844 ; 30 W. R. 191 ; 46 J. P. 132 116 

Daly's Settiements, Re (1868), 26 Beav. 466 ; 27 L. J. Ch. 76L ; 31 L. T. 

278; 6W. R. 633; 4 Jur. N. S. 625 1144 

Daly 9. Att..Gen. (1870), I. R. 8 £q. 696 189 

Daly 9. Wilson (1842), MUw. 668 436, 446 

Dalzell V. Mair (1808), 1 Camp. 632 642 

DamereQ v, Protheroe (1847), 10 Q. B. 20 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 170 ; 11 Jur. 

381 397, 404 

Dan «. Blown (1826), 4 Cowen, 483, 492 493, 705 

Dance 9, Robson (1829), M. & M. 296 20, 1045 

Dancer v. Crabb (1873), 42 L. J. P. & M. 53 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 98 ; 28 

L. T. 914 708 

Dandridg«9. Corden (1827), 3 C. ft P. 11 960 

Dane v. Kirkwall (1838), 8 C. ft P. 683 1102 

Danford v. McAnulty (1883), 8 App. Cas. 466 ; 62 L. J. Q. B. 662 ; 49 

L. T. 207 ; 31 W. R. 817 221 

D'Angibau, In re, Andrews f. Andrews (1880), 16 Ch. D. 228 ; 49 L. J. 

Ch. 766 ; 48 L. T. 136 ; 28 W. R. 930 100 

Daniel 9, Bond (1861), 9 C. B. N. S. 716 ; 3 L. T. 700 ; 9 W. R. 813 .... 1186 

Daniel V. Luker (1671), 8 IHer, 806a, pi. 68 1161 

Daniel 9. North (1809), 11 East, 376 446 

Daniel v. Pitt (1808), Peake, Add. Cas. 238 ; 6 Esp. 74 ; 1 Camp. 366, n. ; 

10 R. R. 706, n. 498 

Daniel V. Thompson (1812), 16 East, 78 837 

Daniel 9. Wilkin (1852), 7 Ex. 429 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 236 396, 404 

Daniell«r.DanieU(1840),4DeG.J.ftSm.337; 18L. J.Ch. 157; 13 Jur. 164 803 

Daniels 9. Conrad (1833), 4 Leigh R. 401, 405 964 

Daniels 9. Harris (1874), 44 L. J. C. P. 1 ; L. R. 10 C. P. 1 ; 31 L. T. 408 ; 

23 W. R. 86 770 

Daniels V. Potter (1830), M. ft M. 601 386, 386,493 

Dans^ 9. Rkdiardson (1854), 3 E. ft B. 144 ; 2 C. L. R. 1442 ; 23 L. J. 

Q. B. 217 ; 18 Jur. 721 162 

Darby 9. Ooseley (1866), 1 H. ft N. 1 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 227 ; 2 Jur. K. S. 497.. 46, 

243, 291, 488, 931 

Daroys, Re (1860), 1 1 Ir. C. L. R. 298 621 

Darley 9. Martin (1853), 18 Q. B. 684 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 249 ; 17 Jur. 1125.. 740 
Darlington, &o. Bank. Co., Ex parte (1864),4D.J.ftS.681; 34L.J.Bk.lO 160 
DanreUv. Evans (1862), 30 L. J. Ex. 264 ; 6 H. ft N. 660 ; 1 H. ft C. 174; 

81 L. J. Ex. 837 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 104 ; 7 L. T. 97 ; 10 W. R. 666 730 

Dartmouth, Ly., 9, Roberts (1812), 16 East, 834 610, 1018 

Darvill 9. Roper (1866), 3 Drew. 294 ; 24 L. J. Oi. 779 50 

Dashwoodi^. Jermyn(1879), 12Ch. D. 776; 27 W. R. 868 680 

Davenport 9. The Queen (1877), 3 App. Cas. 116 ; 47 L. J. P. C. 8 ; 87 

L. T. 727 622 

Dsvey 9. Shannon (1879), 4 Ex. D. 81 ; 48 L. J. Ex. 469 ; 40 L. T. 628 ; 

27W. R. 699 682 

David 9. Preece (18433, 6 Q. B. 440 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 88 192 

Davidson 9. Cooper (1843), 11 H. ft W. 784 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 467 ; 13 M. ft 

W. 343; 13 L. J. Ex. 276 ....134, 1193, 1194, 1196, 1198, 1200, 1201,1202 
Dsvidwrn 9. Eimpton (1881), 18 Ch. D. 213 ; 46 L. 1. 132 ; 29 W. R. 912.. 101 

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Davidson r. Smyth (1887), 20 L. B. Ir. 826 110 

Davidflon r. Wood {nee Wood's Estate). 

Davie (should be Davey) v. London & S. W. Ry. Co. (1883), 12 Q. B. D. 

70; 68 L. J. Q. B. 68 ; 49 L. T. 739; 48 J. F. 279 ; 16S 

Davies, Ex parte, Be Sadler (1881), 19 Ch. D. 86 ; 46 L. T. 632 ; 30 

W.B.237 645 

Davies, Be (1849), 2 Roberts. 377 696 

Davies V. Brown (1^24), 9 Moore (C. P.), 778 998 

Davies 9. Campbell (1841), 1 Iredell, 482 443 

Davies r. Davies (1840), 9 C. & P. 262 956, 967, 1013 

Davies v, Da^es (1863), 2 New B. 384 ; 4 Giff. 417 ; 9 Jur. K. S. 1002 ; 

11 W. B. 1040; 9L. T. 161 136 

Davies r. Dodd (1817), Wils. Ex. 110 308 

Davies v. Edwards (1861), 7 Ex. 22 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 4 ; 15 Jar. 1014 715 

Davies r. Fitton (1842), 2 Dr. & War. 282 749, 750 

Davies r. Humphreys (1840), 6 M. & W. 163, 166 : 9 L. J. Ex. 263 .... 440 
Davies v. Lowndes (1843), 7 Scott, N. B. 214 ; 6 M. & Or. 627 ; 12 L. J. 

C. P. 606 146, 408, 409, 414, 416, 424, 426 

Davies 9. D. of Marlborough (1818), 2 Swans. 108 137 

Davies r. Marshall (1861), 10 C. B. N. S. 697 ; 31 L. J. C. P. 61 ; 7 Jur. 

N. S. 1247; 4 L. T. 681 ; 9 W. B. 866 623 

Davies v, Morgan (1831), 1 C. & J. 687 ; 1 Tyr. 467 396, 410, 416, 442 

Davies v. Nicholas (1836), 7 C. & P. 339 162 

Davies v, Otty (1866), 36 Beav. 208 ; 34 L. J. Ch. 262 ; 13 W. B. 484 ; 

12 L. T. 789 ; 6 N. B. 391 971 

Davies r. Pierce (1787), 2T. B. 63; 1 B. B. 419 444,446, 610 

Davies r.Bidge (1802), 3 Esp. 101 ; 6 B. B. 817 493 

Davies v. Stainbank (1866), 6 De G. M. & G. 679 758 

Davies v. Waters (1842), 9 M. ft W. 608; 1 Dowl. N. S. 651 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 

214 697, 607 

Davies v. White (1884), 63 L. J. Q. B. 276 ; 60 L. T. 327 ; 32 W. B. 620.. 1062 

Davis's Trusts, Be (1869), L. B. 8Eq. 98; 21 L. T. 137 9 

Davis V. Black (1841), 1 Q. B. 911, 912 ; 1 G. ft D. 432 ; 6 Jur. bb ; 10 

L J O B 338 85 

Davis v. Capper (1829),'4 C. &*P. isil,' i38Vi6B.*& c! *33;*6 M. ft By. 63V.36, 37 
Davis if, CurUng (1846), 8 Q. B. 287 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 66 ; 10 Jur. 69 ... . 227 

Davis r. Dale (1830), M. ft M. 614 ; 4 C. ft P. 335 942 

Davis V. Davis (1880), 18 Ch. Div. 861 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 241 ; 41 L. T. 790 ; 

28 W. B. 345 608 

Davis V. Dodd (1812), 4 Taun. 602 307 

Davis r. Hedges (1871), L. B. 6 Q. B. 687; 40 L. J. Q. B. 276 ; 26 L. T. 

166 ; 20 W. B. 60 1122 

Davis r. Jones (1856), 17 C. B. 626 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 91 746 

Davis if, Lloyd (1844), 1 C. ft K. 276 485, 466. 1048 

Davis V, LoveU (1839), 7 Dowl. 178 ; 4 M. ft W. 679 ; 8 L. J. Ex. 162. .816, 836 
Davis V. Lowndes (1836), 6 Scott, 738 ; 1 Am. 37» ; 7 Dowl. P. C. 101 ; 2 

Jur. 946 1098, 1227 

Davisr. Mason (1826), 4 Pick. 166 931 

Davis r. Bainsford (1821), 17 Mass. 210 802 

Davis r. Beid (1832), 6 Sim. 443 966 

Davis r. Sorace (or Scrase) (1869), 4 L. B. C. P. 172 ; 38 L. J. M. C. 79 ; 

19L.T.789; 17 W. B. 411 268 

Davis V, SpurUng (1829), 1 Buss, ft M. 68 482 

Davis v. l^ehame (1881), 50 L. J. Ch. 666 ; 6 App. Cas. 460 ; 29 W. B. 869. 1 14 
Davis 9. Trevanion (1845), 2 D. ft L. 743 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 138; 9 Jur. 492. . 734 

Davis V. Vass (1812), 15 East, 97 1039 

Davis V, Waddington (1844), 7 M. ft Gr. 44 : 8 Soott, N. B. 807 ; 1 Lutw. 

Beg. Cas. 169; 14 L. J. C. P. 46; 8 Jur. 1142 791 

Davis V. WiUiams (1811), 13 East, 232 ; 1 Smith, 6 1046, 1046, 1064 

Davis V. Wood (1816), 1 Wheat. 6 868 

Davison r. Gent (1856), 26 L. J. Ex. 122; 1 H. ft N. 744 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 342.660, 661 

DaviAonr. Stanley (1768), 4 Burr. 2213 658 

Davlin r. Hill (1834), 2 Fairf . 434 766 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED, Ixiii 

vAam 
Darr 9. Ghrrett (1877), 7 Ch. D. 478 ; 47 L. J. Gh. 218 ; 38 L. T. 77 ; 26 

W.B. 226 187 

Dawes 1^. Peek (1799), 8 T. R. 330; 3 Esp. 12 ; 4 R. R. 675 691 

DawkiiiB V. Antiolras (1879), 17 Gh. D. 616 : 44 L. T. 667 ; 29 W. R. 611 . . 1147 
DawkinB v. Panlet (1869), L. R. 6 Q. B. 94 ; 9 B. & S. 768 ; 39 L. J. Q. B. 

63; 21L. T. 684; 18 W. R. 336 46 

DawkinB v. Rokeby, Ld. (1873), L. R. 8 Q. B. 266 ; 42 L. J. Q. B. 63 ; 28 

L.T. 134; 21 W.R. 644 618, 619, 866 

Daws «. Shed (1818), 16 Mass. 6 608 

Dawson*. Ghanmey (1843), 6 Q. B. 164 ; D. & M. 348; 13 L. J. Q. B. 

33; 7 Jup. 1037 162 

Dawson «. Dawson (1867), L. R. 4 Eq. 604 806 

Dawson v. Gregory (1845), 7 Q. B. 766 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 286 ; 9 Jnr. 688. . 1038 
Dawson V. Jay (1864), 2 Sm. & G. 199; 22 L. T. 346; 23 L. T. 36; 

2W. R, 311 1160 

Dawson 9. Macdonald (1836), 2 M. & W. 26; 2 Gale, 216; 6 L. J. Ex. 

10 226 

Dawson v. Remnant (1806), 6 Esp. 24 662 

Day V. Bather (1863), 2 H. & G. 14 ; 82 L. J. Ex. 171 ; 9 Jnr. K. S. 440 ; 

8L.T.206; 11 W. R. 675 162 

Day V. King (1836), 6 A. & E. 359 ; 6 N. & M. 846 ; 2 H. & W, 178. .132, 1137 

Day V. Spread (184'J), Jebb & B. 163 1103, 1141 

Day f». Trig (1716), 1 P. Wms. 286 801 

Day r. Williams (1832), 2 G. & J. 461 ; 1 L. J. Ex. 168 126 

Deade v. Hanoock (1824), McGleland, 86 ; 13 Price, 226 401, 410 

Deacon's case (1746), 18 How. St. Tr. 366 236 

Deadjv. Harnson (1815), 1 Stark. 60 614 

Dean 9. Green (1882), 8 P. D. 79; 46 J. P. 742 846 

Deanev. Packwood (1846), 4 D. & L. 395, n. (b) 909 

Dear v. Knight (1869), 1 P. & F. 433 938 

Debenham v. Mellon (1880), 6 App. Gas. 24 ; 50 L. J. Q. B. 166 ; 43 L. T. 

673; 29^. R. 141; 46 J. P. 252 166 

De Biel <r. Thomson (1844), 3 Beav. 475 680 

DeBode, Baron, Case of (1845). 8 Q. B. 245 444, 936 

DeGaen, General, The (1855), Swa. 9 178 

Decamp r. Archibald (1893), 40 Am. St. R. 622 246 

De Coase Brissao v. Rathbone (1863), 6 H. & N. 301 ; 30 L. J. Ex. 238 . . 1164 

Deeble V. lineham (1860), 12 Ir. C. L. R. 1 126 

Defreeze v. Trumper (1806), 1 Johns. 274 776 

Defriesp. Davis (1835), 7 O. & P. 112 246 

DeGamindev. Pigon (1812), 4 Taunt. 246 542 

De Graye i^. May. of Monmouth (1830), 4 C. & P. Ill 640, 644 

Delamere, Ld. v. The Queen (1867), L. R. 2 H. L. 419 ; 36 L. J. Q. B. 

813: 17L. T. 1 85 

Delamottep. Lane (1840), 9 G. & P. 261 231 

Delaney r. Fox (1867), 2 G. B. N. S. 768 ; 26 L. J. G. P. 248 97 

Delarne v. Church (1833), 2 L. J. Ch. 113 128 

De la Rue v. Dickenson (1867), 7 E. & B. 738 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 841 47 

De la Saussaye, Re (1873), L. R. 3 P. & D. 42 ; 42 L. J. P. & M. 47 ; 28 

li. T. 368 ; 21 W. R. 549 706 

Delegal v. Highley (1837), 8 G. & P. 444 ; 6 Scott, 154 ; 3 Ring. N. G. 

960 ; 3 Hodges, 158 244 

Delesline v. Greenland (1795), 1 Bay, 458 499 

Delhaaee, Ex parte, Re Megevand (1867), 7 Gh. D. 511 ; 47 L. J. Bk. 66 ; 

38L.T.106; 26 W. R. 338 169 

De L'Isle, Peer. (1826), House of Lords Minutes of Eyidence, 12 1167 

Dehnegev. Mollins (1875), 9 Ir. R. G. L. 209 98 

Delogny •. Rentoul (1812), 2 Mart. 176 616 

De Medina v. Norman (1842), 9 M. & W. 827 ; 2 D. N. S. 239 ; 11 L. J. 

Ex. 320 774 

De Medina v. Owen (1850), 3 0. & K. 77 484 

De Mora 9. Concha (1885), 29 Gh. D. 281 ; 64 L. J. Gh. 632 ; 62 L. T. 
282; 33W.R.846 1118 

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TAom 
Dempsey v. Lawson (1877), L. B. 2 P. D. 98 ; 46 L. J. P. 23 ; 86 L. T. 

616; 25W.R.629 704 

Dent. Clark (1828), 6 Halst. 217 1102 

Den r. Fulford (1761), 2 Burr. 1179 1016 

Dench v. Dench (1878), 46 L. J. P. D. ft A. 13 ; 2 P. DIf. 60 ; 26 W. R. 

414 142, 747 

Dendy v. NicboU (1868), 4 0. B. N. S. 376 ; 27 L. J. C. P. 220 622 

Dendj 9. SimpHon (18o6), 18 C. B. 831 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 642 233 

Denison v. Ditcher (18o7), Deane ft Swabej, Eco. B. 334 77 

Dexmr. Spray (1786) 1 T. R. 466 396 

Dennr. White (1797), 7 T.B. 112 604 

Dennr. Wilfard(1826), 1 C. ft P. 284; By. ft M. 88 787 

Dennett f^. Crocker (1832), 8 Greenl. 239 288 

Dentr. Bennett (1858), 4 Myl. & Cr. 269 136 

De Pontes v. Kendall (1862), 31 L. J. Ch. 186 ; 8 Jar. N. S. 323 ; 10 W. B. 

69; 6L. T. 616; 30 Beav. 672 702 

De Praslin, Duo, case of, Law Beview, Art. 7 (No. xiii.) 674 

Derby, Ld., case of (1692), Littleton, B. 370 170 

Derinzyr. Turner (1851), 1 Ir. Ch. B. 341 698 

Derisley v. Custance (1790), 4 T. B. 76 663 

De Boor. Foster (1862), 12 C. B. N. S. 272 641 

De Boos Peer. (1804-6), 2 Cooper. 642 422, 423, 424, 427, 1166 

De Bosaz Francis, In re Goods of (1877), 46 L. J. P. ft H. 6 ; 2 P. D. 

66; 36L.T.263; 25 W. B. 362 795 

De Butzen, Baron, r. Farr (1836), 4 A. ft E. 63 ; 6 N. ft M. 617 ; 1 H. ft 

W. 736 442 

Desborottgh v. Bawlins (1838), 3 Myl. ft Gr. 615 ; 7 L. J. Ch. 171 ; 2 Jw. 

126 693,606, 608 

Desbrow v. Wetherley (1834), 1 M. ft Bob. 438 ; 6 C. ft P. 768 1194 

Despauv. Swindler (1825), 3 Mart. N. S. 706 20 

Dessau r. Lewin (1887), 62 L. T. 609 912 

DeThorenv. Att.-Gen. (1876), 1 App. Cas. 686 149 

DevalaProv. Gold Min. Co., Be (lb83), 22 Ch. DIf. 693; 62 L. J. Ch. 

434 ; 48 L. T. 269 ; 81 W. B. 426 388 

De Vaux v. Steinkeller (1839), 6 Bing. N. C. 84 ; 8 Scott, 202 ; 8 D. P. C. 

33 ; 3 Jut. 1063 719 

De Visme, In re (1864), 2 De G. J. ft S. 17 ; 33 L. J. Ch. 332 666 

Devon Peer. (1832). Beport by NicoUts, App. 44, 46 423 

Devon Witches (1682J, 8 How. St. Tr. 1017, 1037 667 

Devonshire, Duke of, v, Neill (1877), 2 Ir. L. B. 132, 146; 8 App. Cas. 

147 42, 296, 396, 403, 406, 407, 411, 426, 791, 1007 

Devoy v. Devoy (1858), 2 Sm. ft G. 403 : 3 Jur. N. S. 79 ; 26 L. J. Ch. 290 666 

Dewdney v. Palmer (1839), 4 M. ft W. 664 ; 7 Dowl. 177 ; 8 L. J. Ex. 148 . . 909 

DeWhelpdalev.Milbum (1818), 6 Price, 486 610,661 

Dews f. Byley (1851), 2 L. M. ft P. 644 ; 11 C. B. 434 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 264 ; 

16 Jur. 1159 1028 

Dexter v. Hayes {see Hayes v. Dexter). 

Deybel's ca^ (1821), 4 B. ft Aid. 243 17 

Diana, The (1803), 6 C. Bob. (Adm.) 60 179 

Diane, The (1840), 1 W. Bob. 131 ; 4 Moo. P. C. 11 178 

Dioas V. Lawson (1835), 1 C. M. ft B. 934 ; 3 Dowl. 427 ; 6 Tyr. 236 ; 4 

T J "^x 80 832 

Dickenson r. DickenwmoHij, 2 Philiim! ik» iis. !!!!!'.!!.!! !!!!!! 698 
Dickenson t;. Teasdale (1862), 1 De G. J. ft S. 62 ; 32 L. J. Ch. 37 ; 9 Jur. 

N. S. 237; 7 L. T. 655 449 

Dickins, Be (1842), 3 Curt. 60 701 

DickiQSoni;. Coward (1818), 1 B. ft Aid. 677 618, 619 

Dickinson r. Fletcher (1874), 43 L. J. M. C. 26 ; L. B. 9 C. P. 1 ; 29 L. T. 

640 107 

Dickinson r. Hatfield (1831), 6C. ftP. 46; 1 M. ft Bob. 141 713 

Dickinsons. Shee (1801), 4 Esp. 67 946 

Dickinson v. Stidolph (1861), 11 C. B. N. S. 841, 367 143, 701, 706 

Dickinson r. Swatman (1861), 4 S. ft T. 206 ; 30 L. J. P. ft M. 84 703 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. IxV 

PAQB 

iMckfawoD #. Valpy (1829), 10 B. ft 0. 128; 6 M. & B. 126 160, 640 

Dicks «. Brooks (1880), 16 Ch. D. 22 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 812 ; 43 L. T. 71 ; 29 

W. R, 87 1284 

DickBOQii. £Taxis(l794), 6T. B.80: 3 R. B. 119 266 

Dickson «. E. of Wilton (1859), 1 F. & F. 425 619 

Digbj V. Atkineon (1815), 4 Camp. 275 : 16 R. B. 792 169 

Dijrgle V. Hi^gra (1877), 2 Ex. D. 422 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 721 ; 37 L. T. 27 ; 

25W. R. 777 620 

Diggrls c. Lond. and Blackwall By. Co. (1850), 5 Ex. 442 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 

308 ; 14 Jur. 937 642, 645 

Dilkctt, Be (1874), L. B. 3 P. & D. 166 ; 43 L. J. P. & M. 38 ; 30 L. T. 

305 ; 22 W. B. 466 699 

Din p. People (1894), 41 Am. St. B. 254 Add. [893] 

Dilley V. Matthews (1863), 2 New B. 80 ; 11 W. B. 614 ; 8 L. T. 762. . . . 797 

Dimsdale r. Dimsdale (1856), 25 L. J. Ch. 806 ; 3 Drew. 656 136 

Dinmoie, Be (1853), 2 Boberts. 641 696 

Dinn v. Blake (187^, 44 L. J. C. P. 276 ; L. B. 10 C. P. 388 ; 32 L. T. 489 . . 1 160 
Dinomoyi Debi v. Boy Liichmifisut Singh (1879), L. B. 7 Ind. App. 8 . . . . 490 
Di Som, Duch., 9. Phillipps (1864), 2 New B. 553 ; 10 H. L. Cas. 624 ; 33 

L. J. Ch. 129 937 

D'Israeli r. Jowett (1795), 1 Esp. 427 1049,1172 

Ditcham v. Worral (1880), 6 C. P. D. 410 ; 49 L. J. C. P. 688 ; 43 L. T. 

286; 29W.B.69; 44 J. P. 799 718 

Ditchbom v. Goldsmith (1815), 4 Csmp. 152 620 

Ditchers. Denison (1857), 11 lioore, P. C. C. 324 77 

Ditcher 9. Kenriok (1824), 1 C. & P. 161 321, 598 

DivoU V. liesdbetter (1826), 4 Pick. 220 520, 889 

Dix p. Otis (1827), 6 Pick. 38 757 

Dix •. Reed (1823), 1 S. & S. 239 144 

Duon r. Birch (1872), L. B. 8 Ex. 135 ; 42 L. J. Ex. 135 ; 28 L. T. 360 ; 

21 W. R. 443 162 

Dixon r. Cock (undated), Bidg. L. & S. 79 1103 

Dixon V. Hamond(1819), 2 B. ft Aid. 310 544, 545 

Dixon c. Lee (1^34), 1 C. M. ft B. 645 ; 5 Tyr. 180 ; 3 Dowl. P. C. 259. . 831 
Dixon c. Mucidestone (1872), L. R. 8 Ch. 155 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 210 ; 27 L. T. 

804; 21W.B.178 639 

Dixon 9. Sinclear (1832), 4 Venn. 354 1139 

Dixon 9. Vale (1821), 1 C. & P. 278 970 

Dixon V. White (1883), 8 App. Cas. 833 114 

DobeU r. Hntchinson (1835), 3 A. ft E. 371 ; 1 H. ft W. 394 ; 6 N. ft M. 

261 671, 672 

Dobell c. Stephens (1825), 3 B. ft C. 623 ; 5 D. ft B. 490 747 

Dobrwv. Eastwood (1827), 3 0. ft P. 250 32, 48, 155 

Dobson f>. Bell (1676), 2 Lev. 176 19 

Dobfloni^. Collis(1856), 1 H. ft N. 81 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 267 681 

Dodd r. Aoklom (1843), 6 M. ft Gr. 672 ; 7 Scott. N. B. 415 ; 7 Jur. 1017; 

13L. J. C. P. 11 660, 662 

Doddv. Nonis(1814), 3 Camp. 620 ; 14 B. B. 832 253, 256. 931, 967 

DoddiDgton*B case (1594), 2 Co. Bep. 33 92 

Dodds V. Freke (Take) (1884), 26 Ch. D. 617 ; 53 L. J. Ch. 598 ; 50 L. T. 

320; 32W.B.424 473 

Dodge 9. Meech(1828), 1 Hagg. Ecc. 620 140 

Dodsley v. Varley (1840), 12 A. ft E. 632 ; 4 P. ft D. 448 ; 5 Jar. 316. .. . 690 

Dodaon V. Mackey (1834), 8 A. ft E. 225 n. ; 4 K. ft M. 327 7U 

Doer. Allen (1799), 8 T.B. 147,497 747 

Doe 9. Allen (1810), 3 Taon. 78; 12 B. B. 597 622, 523,524 

Doe 9. AUen (1840), 12 A. ft E. 451; 4P. ftD. 220 793, 794 

Doer. Andrews (1778), 2 Cowp. 846 ; dted 1 Myl. ft E. 108 ....610, 611, 816 

Doe V.Andrews (I860), 15 Q. B. 756 171, 1049 

Doev. Arkwright(1833), 6C. ftp. 675 377,446,1173 

Doer. Ashley (1847), 10 Q.B. 663; 16 L. J. Q. B. 356 803,1050 

Doer. Askew (1809), 10 East, 520; 10 B. B. 366 1060 



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Doe r. Aufltm (1832), 9 Binff. 41 ; 2 Moo. & So. 107 443, 510 

Doer. Barnard (1849), 13 Q. B. 945 118 

Doev. Barnes (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 386 1049, 1054, 1170 

Doec. Bamea (1846), 8 Q. B. 1037 148, 269 

Doer. Barton (1827), 2 M. & Rob. 28 412 

Doe r. Barton (1840), 11 A. & E. 311 ; 3 P. & D. 194 ; 4 Jiir. 432 . .96, 98, 99 
Doe r. Batten (1775), 1 Gowp. 243 ; 9 East, 314, n. ; 9 R. R. 570. n. . .39, 52*2 
Doe V, Baytnp (1835), 2 N. & M. 837 ; 3 A. & E. 188 ; 1 H & W. 270 . . 97 

Doer. Beokett (1843), 4 Q. B. 601 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 236 721 

Doer. Bell (1793), 5 T. R. 471 ; 2 R. R. 642 654 

Doe V. Benjamin (1839), 9 A. & E. 644 1231 

Doe r. Benson (1821), 4 B. & Aid. 688 766 

Doe tr. Bevias (1849), 18 L. J. C. P. 128 ; 7 0. B. 456 441, 457, 791, 1231 

Doe r. Beynon (1840), 12 A. & E. 431 ; 4 P. & D. 193 87, 788 

Doe r. Bi^gs (1809), 1 Taun. 867 ; 2 Taun. 107 ; 11 R. R. 533 624 

Doe r. Bingham (1821), 4 B. & Aid. 672 1202 

Doe r. Birch (1886), 1 M. & W.'402 ; 1 T. & Gr. 7.69 ; 5 L. J. Ex. 185 . . 522 

Doe r. Birohmore (1839), 1 P. & D. 448 ; 9 A. & E. 662 97 

Doe V. Bird (1835), 7 C. & P. 6 506 

Doer. Bold (1847), 11 Q. B. 127; 12 Jur. 360 643 

Doer. Bower (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 459 803, 804 

Doer. Bower (1851), 16 Q. B. 806 273 

Doe r. Brawn (1821), 5 B. & A. 243 148 

Doe r. Bray (1828), M. & M. 166 ; 3 M. & R. 428 ; 8 B. & C. 813 . . . .270, 1049 

Doer. Brayne (1848), 5 C. B. 655; 17 L. J. 0. P. 127 269, 272 

Doer. Bridges (1831), 1 B. & Ad. 847 668 

Doer. Brown (1837), 7 A. & E. 447 99 

Doer. Burdett (1836), 4 A. & E. 19; 6 N. & M. 259 86, 134 

Doer. Burt (1787), 1 T. R. 701; 1 R. R. 367 786, 787 

Doer. Burton (1840), 9 C. & P. 254 438 

Doer. Calvert (1810), 2 Camp. 388; 11 R. R. 745 522, 524, 1161 

Doer. Caperton (1839), 9C. &P. 116 19, 1213 

Doer. Carpenter (1850), 16 Q. B. 181 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 70 800 

Doer. Cartwright (1820), 3 B. & Aid. 326 288 

Doer. Cartwright (1824), R. &M. 62; 1 0. & P. 218 1050,1173 

Doer. Catomore (1851), 16 Q. B. 746; 20 L. J. Q. B. 728 142,1192 

Doer. Challis (1851), 17 Q. B. 166 lllS 

Doe r. Chambers (1836), 4 A. & E. 410 ; 6 N. & M. 539 1214 

Doe d. ChUd r. Roe (1852), 1 E. & B. 279; 22 L. J. Q. B. 102; 17 Jur. 136 607 

Doer. M. of aeveland (1829), 9 B. & C. 864 119. 1211 

Doer. Clifford (1847), 2 C. & Kir. 448 296, 320, 821 

Doer. Cookell (1834), 6 C. & P. 527 1191 

Doer. Coloombe (1841), C. & Marsh. 155 441 

Doer. Cole (1834), 6 C. & P. 360 308, 610 

Doe r. Cooke (1829), 6 Bing. 180 125 

Doer. Cooke (1831), 7 Bing. 346 ; 5 M. & P. 181 118 

Doer. Corbett (1813), 3 Camp. 368 269 

Doer. Coulfchred (1837), 7 A. & E. 235 116, 444 

Doe r. Courtenay (1848), 11 Q. B. 702 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 151 658 

Doer. Cox (1790), 6 C. & P. 743, n 918 

Doe r. Crago (1848), 6 C. B. 90 ; 17 L. J. C. P. 263 152 

Doer. Cranstoun (1840), 7 M. & W. 1 801 

Doe r. Date (1842), 3 Q. B. 609 822, 600, 969, 970, 979, 987 

Doer. Davies (1795), 1 Esp. 461 ; 5 R. R. 745 116 

Doe r. Davies (1837), 2 M. & W. 503 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 176 119 

Doe r. Davies (1847), 10 Q. B. 314 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 218 ..26, 27, 171, 409, 414, 

697, 1227 

Doer. Deakin( 1828), 8 C. & P. 402; 8 B. & 0. 22 170, 172 

Doer. Derby, E. of (1834), 1 A. & E. 790 326, 327, 1112, 1114 

Doe d. Devine r. Wilson (1855), 10 Moore, P. C. R. 527 123, 1224 

Doer. Dumfoid(1813), 2M. & Sel. 62 1207 

Doe r. Dyeball (1829), 3 C. & P. 610; M. & M. 346 118 

Doer. Edmonds (1840), 6 M. & W. 302 44, 721 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED, Ixvil 

PAQB 

Boev. Cdwards (1884), 1 M. & Rob. 321 192 

I>oe V. Sdwardfl (1839)« 1 P. & D. 408 ; 9 A. ft E. 554 8, 9 

Bob v. Lid. Egremont (1841), 2 M. & Rob. 386 969, 970 

Doe V, ;Erriugton (1834), 1 A. & E. 750 ; 3 N. & M. 646 ; 1 M. & Rob. 344 n. 194 
I>oe V. £rrington (1840), 6 Biog. N. 0. 79 ; 8 Scott, 210 ; 3 Jur. 1126..95, 1109 

Doe r. Evans (1827), 3 C. &. P. 219 829 

Doe ». Evans (1832), 1 C. & M. 42; 3 Tyr. 56 701 

Doe fi^. Eyre (1851). 17 Q. B. 366 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 431 ; 15 Jur. 1031 75 

Doe V. Fleming (1827), 4 Bing. 266 149, 373 

Doe 9. Ford (1835), 3 A. & E. 649 ; 4 L. J. (N. S.) K. B. 268 ; 5 N. & M. 

209 ... ,,,. 90 91 747 

Doer!Forirt»rH8ii'),'is'East,'4^^^^^ 12 rVr. 383 " .V.V.. .......... ..'.. ' 524 

Doe V. Forwood (1842), 3 Q. B. 627; 11 L. J. Q. B. 321 668 

Doe r. Foster (1834), 1 A. & E. 791, n. (b) 326 

Doer, Fowler (1850), 19 L. J. Q. B. 15; 14 Q. B. 700 430 

DoetJ. Francia (1837), 2 M. & Rob. 57 99 

Doe r. Frankis (1840), 11 A. & E. 795 ; 3 P. & D. 565 526, 529 

Doe r. Galloway (1833), 5 B. & Ad. 43 ; 2 N. & M. 240 800, 801 

Doer. Oaidiner (1852), 12 C. B. 319; 21 L. J. G. P. 222 119 

Doe V. Gatacre (1838), 8 C. & P. 578 1047 

Doe V, Gladwin (1845), 6 Q. B. 953 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 189 622, 544, 750 

Doe V. Glenn (1834), 1 A. & E. 49 ; 3 N. & M. 837 92 

Doe V. Gore (1837), 2 M. & W. 321 1039 

Doe r. Godey (1839), 2 M. & Rob. 243 ; 9 C. ft P. 46 274 

Doe r. Green (1820), Gow, R. 227 446 

Doer. Grey (1816), 1 Stark. 284 319 

Doe r. Griffin (1812), 15 East, 293 ; 13 R. R. 474 171, 415 

Doe r. Groves (1847), 10 Q. B. 486 ; 11 Jur. 558 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 297 542 

Doe V. Gunning (1837), 3N. & P. 260 ; 7 A. & E. 240 ; W. W. & D. 400. . 1046 

Doe V. GwUlim (1833), 5 B. & Ad. 129 788 

Doe r. Hall (1812), 16 East, 208 1169 

Doer. Hampson (18*7), 4 C. B. 267 ; 17 L. J. C. P. 225 112 

Doe r. Hardy (1836), 1 M. & Rob. 525 747 

Doe r. Hares (1833), 4 B. & Ad. 440 ; 1 N. & M. 237 91 

Doe r. Harris (1833). 5 C. & P 692 692 

Doe r. Harris (1837), 6 A. & E. 216 ; 1 N. & P. 405 653 

Doe r. Harris (1838), 8 A. & E. 12 706 

Doe r. Harvey (1825), Ry. & M. 297 415 

Doe r. Harvey (1832), 8 Bing. 239 ; 1 Moo. & So. 374 285, 288 

Doe r. Hawkins (1841), 2 Q. B. 212 ; 1 G. ft D. 651 ; 6 Jur. 215 ; 10 L. J. 

Q.B. 285 387,442 

Doe d. Hearle r. Hicks (1831-2), 9 Dowl. ft R. 15 704 

Doe r. Hemming (1826), 9 Dowl. ft R. 15 1211 

Doe r. M. of Hertford (1850), 19 L. J. Q. B. 526 603, 606 

Doe r. Hicks (undated), cited Doe r. Walker, 4 E>p. 50 ; Bull. N. P. 286 

(nom. Goodrigbtr. Hicks) 252, 253 

Doe r. Hilder (1819), 2 B. ft Aid. 790, 793 5, 126 

Doe r. Hirst (1821), 3 Stark. 60 1198 

Doe r. Hisoocks (1839), 6 M. ft W. 369 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 27 . . . .744, 784, 793, 794, 

795, 797, 798, 799, 802, 804, 805 
Doe r. Hodgson (1840), 12 A. ft E. 135 ; 2 M. ft Rob. 283 ; 4 P. ft D. 142 ; 

4 Jur. 1 202 1192 

Doe r. Holtom (1832), 4 A. ft E. 76 760 

Doe r. Home (1843), 3 Q. B. 767, 766, 767 ; 3 G. ft D. 239 ; 12 L. J. 

Q.B.721; 7Jiir.88 91 

Doer. HoweU(1840), 12 A. ft E. 696 734 

Doe r. Howells (1832), 2 B. ft Ad. 747 91 

Doe r. Hubbftid (1850), 15 Q. B. 227 : 20 L. J Q. B. 61 789, 794, 800 

Doe r. Huddart (1835), 2 C. M. ft R. 316 ; 6 Tyr. 846 ; 1 Gale, 260 ; 

4 Dowl. 437 89, 1113 

Doer. Huthwaite (1820), 2 M. ft Rob. 48 798 

Doer. James (1837), 2 M. ft Rob. 47 321, 322, 591 

Doer. Jauncey (1837), 8 0. ft P. 101 699 

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PAOl 

Boer. Ld.J6ne7 (1825), 1 B. & Aid. 650 786 

Doer. Jefwon (1805), 6 Ea«t, 85 172 

Doe r. Johnson (1819), Oow, N. P. 178 117 

Doe r. Johnson (l^^^)* 7 M. & Gr. 1047 ; 8 Soott, N. B. 761 ; 14 L. J. 

0. P. 17 259 

Doe V. Johnston (1825), McCi. & Y. 141 662 

Doe r. Jones (1808), 1 Camp. 367 444, 445, 510 

Doer. Jones (1842), 9 M. & W. 372; 1 Dowl. N. S. 352 664 

Doer. Jones (1846), 15 M. & TV. 580; 16 L. J. Ex. 58 116 

Doe p. Jones (1849), 13 Q. B. 774 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 260 127 

Doer. Jones (1850), 6 Ex. 498; 19 L. J. Ex. 405 522 

Doe r. Keeling (1848), 11 Q. B. 889 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 199 ; 12 Jur. 433 . . 26, 

305, 432 

Doe r. Kemp (1831), 7 Bing. 336 26, 112, 233, 234 

Doer. Kemp (1835), 2 Bing. N. 0. 102; 2 Soott, 9 112 

Doe r. Kilner (1826), 2 C. & P. 289 297, 1054 

Doer. Kingston (1841), 1 Dowl. N. S. 203 734 

Doe r. Knight (1826), 8 D. & R. 348 ; 6 B. & C. 471 1204 

Doer. Lakin(1836), 7 0. &P. 481 1168 

Doer. Laming (1814), 4 Camp. 76; 15 R. B 728 162 

Doe r. Langdon (1848), 12 Q. B. 711 ; 18 L. J Q. B. 17 ; 13 Jur. 96. .98, 127, 

321 322 598 

Doe r. Langfield (1847), 16 M. & W. 497 294, 443,' 444*, 454 

Doer. Lea (1809), 11 East, 312 766 

Doer. Leach (1841), 3 M. &6r. 230; 10 L. J. 0. P. 289 192 

Doe r. LewU (1836), 7 0. & P. 674 134 

Doer. Lewis (1843), 1 0. & K. 122 269 

Doer. Litherland(1836), 6K. ft M. 313; 4 A. & E. 784 511 

Doe r. Lloyd (1806), Pea. Ev. App. 41 126 

Doe r. Lloyd (1839), 5 Bing. N. C. 741 ; 8 Soott, 93 ; 8 Jur. 751 89, 1214 

Doe r. Lloyd (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 685 ; 1 Scott, N. S. 505 ; 10 L. J. 0. P. 

128 21, 1081, 1088 

Doer. Look (1835), 4 K. & M. 807; 2 A. & E. 705 638 

Doer. Long (1841), 9 C. & P. 777 193 

Doer. Lvne (1822), cited 2 Ph. Et.258, n. 1 1227 

Doe r. Manifold (1814), 1 M. & Sel. 294 141 

Doe r. Martin (1832), 1 M. ft Rob. 242 312 

Doe r. Martin (1833), 4 B. ft Ad. 771, 785 ; 1 N. & M. 512 784, 786, 788 

Doe r. Mason (1793), 1 Esp. 53 9 

Doe r. Massey (1851), 17 Q. B. 373 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 434 ; 15 Jur. 1031. .75, 116 

Doe r. Mee (1833), 4 B. ft Ad. 617 1169 

Doer. Mew (1837), 7 A. ft E. 240 1046 

Doer. Michael (1861), 17 Q. B. 276 171,443 

Doer. Millett (1848), 11 Q.B. 1036; 17 L. J. Q. B. 202 126,454 

Doe r. Mills (1835), 2 A. & X. 17 ; 1 M. ft Rob. 385 97, 99 

Doe r. MUwaid (1838), 3 M. ft TT. 328 ; 1 H. ft H. 79 ; 7 L. J. Ex. 67. . 660 

Doe r. Mobbs (1841), Car. ft M. 1 442 

Doe r. Moflatt (1850), 15 Q. B. 257 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 438 ; 14 Jur. 935. .648, 655 

Doer. Morgan (1832), 1 0. ft M. 236 793 

Doer. Morris (1835), 8 A. ft E. 46; 4 N. ft M. 598 319 

Doe r. Morris (1810), 12 East, 237; 2 Taun. 52 287 

Doe r. Mostyn (1852), 12 0. B. 268; 21 L. J. 0. P. 178 1039 

Doe r. Moulsdale (1847), 16 M. ft W. 689; 16 L. J. Ex. 169 127 

Doer. Mulliner (1795), 1 Esp. 460; 5 R. R. 746 116 

Doer. Murleee(1817), 6M. ftSel. 110 1166,1166 

Doe r. Murrell (1837), 8 0. ft P. 134 116 

Doe r. Needs (1836), 2 M. ft W. 129; 6 L. J. Ex. 59 793 

Doe r. Ncpean (1833), 5 B. ft Ad. 86 173, 174 

Doe r. Olley (1840), 12 A. ft E. 481; 4 P. ft D. 276; 4 Jur. 1084 1169 

Doe r. Owen (1837), 8 0. ft P. 1 10 320 

Doe r. Pabner (1851), 16 Q. B. 747 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 367 ; 15 Jar. 836. . 142, 747 

Doe r. Passingham (1826), 2 0. ft P. 444 433 

Doe r. Paul (1829), 3 0. ft P. 613 1216 

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Doe «. Pewroe (1889), 2 M. & Bob. 240 431 

Doer. Fearsej (1827), 7 B. & G. 304; D. & R. 908 112 

Doe r. Peck (1830), 1 B. & Ad. 428 622 

Doer. Pegge (1787), 1 T. R. 760 96 

Doer. Pembroke (1809), 11 East, 504; 11 R. R. 260 424 

Doe r. Peofold (1838), 8 C. & P. 637 116, 1208 

Doe r. Perkes (1820), 3 B. & A. 489 706 

Doe r. Perkins (1790), 3 T. R. 749 923, 924 

Doe r. Perratt (1843), 6 M. & Or. 343 741 

Doer. Pettett( 1821), 6 B. & A. 223 443,444,610 

Doe r. Phillips (1845), 8 Q. B. 168 ; 16 L. J. Q B. 269 429 

Doe r. Plowman (1819), 2 B. & Ad. 677 6 

Doe r. Poole (1848), 11 Q. B. 713 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 143 ; 12 Jnr. 460 .... 668 

Doe r. Powell (1834), 1 A. & £. 631 ; 3 N. & M. 616 98 

Doe r. Powell (1836), 7 C. * P. 617 329, 1216 

Doer. Powell (1862), 3 0. & K. 323 326 

Doe r. Price (1847), 16 M. & W. 603 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 169 ; 11 Jur. 131 .... 127 
Doe r. Pulman (1842), 3 Q. B. 622 ; 6 Jur. 1122 ; 11 L. J. Q. B. 319. . 301, 433 

Doer. Pye(1796), 1 Esp. 366 628 

Doer. Randall (1828), 2 M. & P. 20 416,416 

Doe r. Rees (1834), 6 0. & P. 610 116 

Doe r. Rees (1838), 4 Bin^. N. G. 384 ; 6 Scott, 161 ; 1 Am. 169 622 

Doe r. Rhodes (1843), UM.&W. 600; 12L. J.Ez. 382; 1 Dowl. & L. 293 . . 36 

Doe r. Richards (1846), 2 G. & Eir. 216 606 

Doe r. Rickarby (1803), 6 Esp. 4 444 

Doe r. Ridgway (1820), 4 B. & Aid. 63 438, 464, 466 

Doe r. Ries (1832), 8 BiDfg. 178 ; 1 Moo. & So. 269 318 

Doer. Roberts (1819), 3 B. & Aid. 367 90, 367, 1138 

Doe r. Roberts (1844), 13 M. & W. 520,633 1040, 1064 

Doer. Roberts (1847), 16 M.&W. 778 390,488 

Doer. Robeon (1812), 16 East, 32; 13 R. R. 361 439 

Doer. Roe (1826), 6 Dowl. 420 644 

Doe r. Rollings (1847), 4 O. B. 188 ; 17 L. J. G. P. 268 606 

Doe r. Ross (1840), 7 M. & W. 102 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 201 . .300, 320, 821, 356, 367 

Doe r. Rosser (1802), 3 East, 16 1160 

Doe r. Rouse (1848), 6 G. B. 422 : 17 L. J. G. P. 108 797 

Doer. Rowe (1825), 2 G. & P. 246 ; R. & M. 343 644 

Doe r. Rowlands (1840), 9 G. & P. 734 248, 269, 278 

Doe r. Samples (1838), 8 A. & E. 161 ; 1 W. W. & H. 228 ; 2 Jur. 841 ; 

3 N. & P. 264 87, 429, 481 

Doe r. Scudamore (1705), 2 Ld. Raym. 1025 6 

Doer. Beaton (1834), 2 A. & E. 178 1060 

Doe r. Seaton (1835), 2 G. M. & R. 732 ; 1 Tyr. & 6r. 19 ; 1 Gale, 303 . . 89, 

96, 98, 610, 602, 1113, 1178 

Doer. SiMSon (1810). 12 East, 62 231, 396 

Doer. Skinner (1848), 3 Ex. 84; 18 L. J. Ex. 107 403,465, 467 

Doe r. Sleeman (1846), 9 Q. B. 298 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 338 ; 10 Jur. 668 ... . 397 
Doe r. Smaridge (1846), 7 Q. B. 957 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 327 ; 9 Jur. 781 ... . 152 

Doe r. Smart (1836), 1 M. & Rob. 476 268 

Doe r. Smith (1838), 8 A. & E. 266 ; 3 N. & P. 335 ; 2 M. & Rob. 7 ; 

1 W. W. & H. 429; 2 Jur. 854 474, 476 

Doer. Smith (1817), 2 Stark. 199; 19 R. R. 702 1166 

Doed. Smith r. Jersey (1819), 1 B. & B. 97, 160; 2 B. & P. 692 39 

Doer. Lady Smythe (1816), 4 M. &Sel. 348; 16 R. R. 486 97 

Doe r. Snowdon (1769), 2 W. Bl. 1224 36 

Doe r. Somerton (1845), 7 Q. B. 68 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 210 ; 9 Jur. 776 317 

Doer. Spenoe (1805), 6 East, 123 ; 2 Smith, 255 ; 8 R. R. 422 36 

Doe r. Spitty (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 182 316, 319 

Doe r. Staoey (1833), tt G. & P. 139 442 

Doer.Stanion(1836),lM.&W.695; 5L. J.Ex.253; 1 F.& 0.1066.. 668, 669, 773 

Doer. Staple (1788), 2 T. R. 684; 1 R. R. 596 127 

Doer. Steel (1811), 3 Gamp. 116; 13 R. R. 768 661 

Doer. Stephenson (1801), 3 Esp. 284; 4 Esp. 60 976 

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IxX TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

FAOB 

Doe ff. StiUwell (1838), 8 A. & E. 645 ; 8 N. ft P. 701 ; 1 W. W. ft H. 

532 ' 2 Jar 591 146 

Doer/Stone(1846)V3'c*BVi76*; 15 L!'jVc/pr23V '!!.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 552 

Doe V, Stratton (1828), 4 Bing. 446 ; 1 M. ft P. 183 ; 3 (J. * P. 164 655 

Doe V. Suokermore (1836), 5 A. ft E. 703; 2 N. ft P. 16; W. W. ft D. 405.. 1220, 

1221, 1222, 1223, 1226, 1228 

Doe V. Sutton (1841), 9 0. ft P. 706 544 

Doe V. Sybonrn (1796), 7 T. R. 2 ; 2 Eap. 499 ; 4 R. R. 363 . . 125, 126, 552, 1158 
Doe V. Taniere (1848), 12 Q. B. 998 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 49 ; 13 Jnr. 119 . .152, 645 

Doe V. Tarver (1824), Ry. & M. 141 410, 1227 

Doe d. Tatham v. Wright (1837), 2 Russ. & Mvl. 1 ; 1 A. & E. 3 ; 3 N. ft M. 

260; 7 A. &E. 313; 6N.&M. 132; 4 Bmg.'N.C.489: 5L. JQ. B. 124..369, 

370, 371, 410 

Doe r. Taylor (1849), 1 Allen, 144 (N. Brans.) 766 

Doe V.Thomas (1811), 14 East, 323; 2 Smith, L. C. 432 398 

Doe V. Thomas (1829), 9 B. & C. 299 128, 598,659 

Doe r. Thomson (1841), 9 Dowl. 948 816 

Doer. Thynne(lH08), lOEnst, 206; 10 R. R. 280 443 

Doe V. Tidbury (1854), 14 C. B. 304 ; 2 C. L. R. 347 ; 23 L. J. C. P. 57 ; 

18 Jur. 468 116 

Doed. Tindalr. Roe (18:^6), 5 Dowl. 420 475 

Doer. Tucker (1830), M. & M. 536 269 

Doe V. Turford (1832^, 3 B. ft Ad. 890. 895 157, 435, 437, 454, 457, 459 

Doer. Tyler (1830), 6 Bing. 661 ; 4 M. ft P. 377 1118 

Doer. Vowles (1833), 1 M. & Rob. 261 438 

Doe r. Wainwright (1836), 5 A. & E. 520 1211 

Doe r. Wainwright (1838), 8 A. & E. 700 444, 497 

Doe r. Walker (1801), 4 Esp. 50 ; Bull. N. P. 296 252, 253 

Doe r. Ward (1852), 18 Q. B. 197 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 145 ; 16 Jur. 709 .... 704 

Doe r. Watkins (1806), 7 East, 551 ; 3 Smith, 517 ; 8 R. R. 670 35 

Doe r. Watkins (1837), 3 Bing. N. C. 421 ; 4 Scott, 155 602 

Doe r. Watson (1817), 2 Stark. 230 98 

Doer. Webber (1834), 3 N. & M. 586; 1 A. ft E. 733 613, 514, 1114 

Doe r. Webster (1840), 12 A. & E. 442 ; 4 P. ft D. 270 759 

Doe r. Wells (1839), 10 A. & E. 435, 437 656 

Doe r. WeUsman (1848), 2 Ex. 368 ; 6 D. & L. 179 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 277 1113 

Doe r. Whitefoot (1838), 8 C. & P. 270 306 

Doe r. Whitehead (1838), 8 A. & E. 671 ; 1 W. W. ft H. 521 ; 2 Jur. 493. .260, 

267, 306 

Doe r. Whitroe (1822), D. ft R. N. P. C. 1 98 

Doe r. Wiggins (1843), 4 Q. B. 367, 375 ; 3 G. & D. 504 ; 7 Jur. 529 .... 96 

Doe r. Wilford (1824). 1 C. ft P. 284 ; R. ft M. 88 787 

Doer. Wimams(1836), 7 0. ft P. 332 115, 116 

Doe r. Wilson (1809). 11 East, 56 39 

Doe r. Wittcomb (1861), 4 H. L. Gas. 425 ; 6 Ex. 601 802, 403, 457, 460 

Doe r. WoUey (1829), 8 B. & 0. 22 : 2 M. ft R. 196 ; 3 C. ft P. 402 . . . .86, 170 

Doe r. Wombwell (181 1), 2 Camp. 559 524 

Doe r. Wood (about 1828), 5 Bing. 439 977 

Doe r. Wood (1846), 14 M. & W. 682 ; 15 L. J. Ex. 41 ; 9 Jur. 1060 .... 660 

Doer. Woodbridge (1829), M. & R. 302; 9 B. & G. 376 522 

Doe r. Wright (1839), 10 A. ft E. 763 , 2 P. & D. 672 89, 1140 

Doe r. Young (1845), 8 Q. B. 63 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 9 ; 9 Jur. 941 148 

Doglioni r. Crispin (1866), 36 L. J. P. ft M. 129 ; L. R. 1 H. L. 301 : 15 

L. T. 44 1105, 1145 

Dohertyr. Dyer (1890), 25 L. R. Ir. 297 142 

Doker r. Hasler (1824), Ry. ft M. 198 591 

Dolby r. lies (1840), 11 A. ft E. 335 ; 4 Jur 432 97, 99 

Dolderr. Bk. of EngUnd (1805), 10 Ves. 285, 362 3 

Dolder r. Ld. Hun tiniffield (1805), 1 1 Ves. 292 ; 8 R. R. Ift9 18 

Dolling r. Evans (1867). 36 L. J. Ch. 474 678 

Dolphin r. Aylward (1864), 15 Ir. Ch. R. 583 1117, 1123 

Dolphin r. Robins (1869), 7 H. L. Gas. 390 ; 3 Maoq. 563; 29 L. J. P. 11 ; 

6 Jur. N. S. 1271; 7 W. R. 674 180, 1144 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. Ixxi 

PAOfl 

Don V. Lippmaun (18S7), 6 CI. & Fin. 1, 13—17 52, 1U2, 1146, 1155 

DonaKh v. Bergin (1842), Arm. M. & O. 367 1023 

Donald r. duckling (1866), 35 L. J. Q. B. 232 ; 7 B. ft S. 783 ; L. B. 

1 Q. B. 185: 12 Jut. N. 8. 795 ; 14 L. T. 772; 15 W. R. 13 781 

Donaldson v. Thompaon (1808), 1 Camp. 429 ; 10 K. R. 717 1143, 1149 

Don-aster, May. of, v. Day (1810), 3 Tann. 262 ; 12 R. R. 650 324, 853 

Donegal! €. Templemore (1858), 9 Ir. C. L. R. 374 234, 791 

Donellan v. Dont-Llan (1795), 2 Hagg. Eoo. 144 631 

Donellan v. Read (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 905 659, 680 

Donelflon v. Taylor (1829), 8 Pick. 390 909 

DonFranci80o,The(1862),l Lush. 468; 31L. J. Adm.205; 6 L.T. 133. .1182,1189 

Dunnison v. Elslej (1824), 8 Eagle & Y. 1.S96, n 898 

Dooley p. Mahon (1877), Ir. R. 11 Eq. 299 798 

Doorman v, Jenkins (1834), 2 A. & E. 256, 260 ; 4 N. & M. 170 38, 39 

Doran's case (1838), 2 Moo. C. C. 37 907 

DoreGaUery, In re, (1890^ 62 L. T. 768; 38 W. R. 491 918 

Dorin p. Dorin (1875), L. R. 7 H. L. 568 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 652 145, 793 

Dorr r. Mmisell (1816), 13 Johns. 431 746 

Dorrett r. Meox (1854), 23 L. J. C. P. 221 ; 15 C. B. 142 1045, 1054 

Dorsey r. Doniey (1838), 7 Watts, 350 1144 

Doet Aly Khan, In goods of (1880), 6 P. D. 6 ; 49 L. J. P. 78 ; 29 W. R. 80 937 
Douce, Re (1862), 2 8 & T. 593; 31 L. J. P. 172; 8 Jur. N. 8. 723; 6 

Douoet r. Geoghegan (1878), 9 Ch. D. 441 ; 26 W. R. 825 378 

Doughis, Re (1842), 3 Q. B. 837 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 49 ; 3 G. & D. 509 ; 7 

Jut. 39 868, 870 

Dongas v. Corbett (1856), 6 E. & B. 514 ; 2 Jur. N. 8. 1247 30 

Douglas V. Doughis (1871), L. R. 12 Eq. 617 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 74 ; 25 L. T. 

630 ; 20 W. R. 55 1 80 

Doughis V. Ewmg (1857), 6 Ir. C. L. R. 395 39 

DoughMn>.Fellows(1853).lKay,114; 2W.R.664; 23 L.J. Ch. 167. .792,798,799 

Doughis V. Forrest (1828), 4 Bing. 686 ; 1 M. & P. 663 1146 

Douglas V. Hohne(1840), 12 A. & E. 641 ; 4 P. & D. 685 117 

Douglas r. Sauuderson (1791), 2 Dall. 116 422 

Douglas r. Tousey (1829), 2 Wend. 852 265, 974 

Dover V. Child (1876), 1 Ex. Diy. 172 ; 45 L. J. Ex. 462 ; 34 L. T. 737 ; 

24 W. R. 637 1159 

Dover v. Maestaer (1804), 5 Esp. 96 : 4 East, 435 ; 1 Smith. 123 273 

Dowdell V. Austraban Royal Mail Co. (1864), 8 E. & B. 902 ; 2 C. L. R. 

1656 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 369 ; 18 Jur. 679 819 

Dowden v. Fowle (1814), 4 Camp. 38 496 

Dowling p. Dowling (1860), 10 Ir. C. L. R. 244 229 

Dowlingr. Finigan (1824), 1 C. & P. 587 273 

Down V. Ellis (1865), 35 Beav. 578 631 

Downes v. Garbutt (1843), 2 Dowl. K. 8. 945 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 2 16 ; 9 Jur. 690 734 

Downesr. Richaidson (1822), 5 B. & A. 675; 1 D. & R. 332 1203 

Downing v. Butcher (1841), 2 M. & Rob. 374 252 

Downing v. Capel (1867), 36 L. J. M. C. 97 ; L. R. 2 C. P. 461 ; 16 L. T. 

823 ; 15 W. R. 745 226, 499 

Downsp. Cooper (1841), 2 Q.B. 256; 1G.&D.573; 11L.J.Q.B.2; 6Jur.622 98 

Dowtonr. Cross (1794), 1 E^p. W^8 498 

Doyly's case (1830), Macq. Prac. H. L. 654 502 

Drabble r. Donner (1824)1 Ry. & M. 47; 1 C. & P. 188 315 

Drake p. Drake (1860), 8 H.L.Cas. 172; 29 L J.Ch.850; 3 L.T. 193.. 797, 798,799 

Drake p. Marryat( 1823), 1 B. & C. 473; 2 D. & R. 696 1178 

Drakes. Sykes (1797), 7 T. R. 113 496 

Draoquet r. Prudhomme (1831), 3 Louis. 83, 86 268 

Drantr. Brown (1825), 5 D. & R. 582; 3 B. ft C. 665 288 

Drayton 9. Dale (1823), 3 D. & R. 534; 2 B. & C. 293 117, 546 

Dresser v, Stansfield (1845), 14 M. & W. 828 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 274 1039 

Drew V. Nunn (1879), 4 Q. B. D. 661 ; 48 L. J. Q. B. 591 ; 40 L. T. 671 ; 

27 W. R. 810 167 

Drew p. Prior (1843), 5 M. & Gr. 264 1222 

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Ixxii TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

VAGI 

Drinkwateri?. Porter (1835), 7 C. & P. 181 397, 899, 402 

Droitwich case (1835), Knapp & O. 64 497 

Drowns. Smith (1825), 3 New Hamp. 299 544 

Druitt'a case (1872), L. R. 11 Eq. 6 846 

Drummond, Re (1880, should be 1860), 2 S. & T. 8 ; 8 W. R. 476 701 

Drummond r. Att.-Gen. (1849), 1 Dr. & War. 353 763, 784, 791 

Drummond v. Parish (1843), 3 Curt. 522, 542 702 

Drury's caHe {see Malone v. O'Connor), Drurr (temp. Napier), 644 ...... 79 

Drurytr. Macnamara(1855),5E. &B.612; 25L. J.Q.B.5; 1 Jur. N. S. 1163 773 

Drydenr. Allix(I863), 1 Moo. P. C. N. S. 628 6 

Duane, Re (1862), 31 L. J. P. & M. 173 ; 2 S. & T. 690 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 752 ; 

6 L. T. 788 140 

Du Barr6 v, Livette (1791), Pea. R. 77 ; 3 R. R. 655 695, 698 

Dublin, Abp. of v. Lord Trimleston (1849), 12 Ir. Eq. R. 251 . .1133, 1167, 1168 

Dublin, Corp. of ». Judge (1847), 11 Ir. L. R. 8 729 

Dublin, W. & W. Ry Co. v. Slattery (1878), 3 App. Caa. 1166; 39 L. T. 

366 ; 27 W. R. 191 ; 10 Ir. C. L. Rep. 256 28 

Du Boat V. Beresford (1810), 2 Camp. 512 : 11 R. R. 782 371, 374 

Duckett r. Cover (1877), 6 Ch. D. 82 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 407 ; 26 W. R. 6o4 . . 187 

Du«ikett r. Williams (1851), 1 C. & J. 610 ; 1 Dowl. 291 347 

Dudjoreim r. Pembroke (1877), L. R. 2 App. Css. 284 ; 1 Q. B. D. 96 ; 46 

L J. Q. B. 409; 36 L. T. 382; 26 W. R. 499 771 

Dudley r. Sumner (1809), 6 Maes. 444 372 

Dudleys. Vose (1873) 114 Mass. 34 763 

Dufaurr. Croft (1840), 3 Moo. P. C. R. 147 140 

Duiferin's, Ld., ca^e (1837), 4 CI. & Fin. 668 1093 

Diiffeiio Peer. (1848). 2 H. of L. Cas. 47 1048 

Duffin V. Smith (1792), Pea. R. 108 606 

Duffv, Re (1871), 5 Ir. R. Equity, 606 142, 747 

Dugdale r. RobeHson (1867), 3 E. & J. 695 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 687 114 

Duggin«, Re (1870), 39 L. J. P. 24 ; 22 L. T. 182 701 

Duke r. Ashby (1862), 7 H. & N. 600; 31 L. J. Ex. 168; 8 Jur. K. S. 

236 * 10 ^W R 273 97 

Dukes' r. Gostling (1835),* 1 Bing.' N.'c. 688 ; 1 Soott, 570 ; 1 Hodges, 120 • 

4 L. J. C. P. 211 202 

Dumfries, Earl of. The (1885), 10 P. D. 31 ; 64 L. J. P. 7 ; 61 L. T. 906 ; 

33 W. R. 668; 6 Asp. M. C. 342 388 

Dumper 9. Dumper (1862), 3 Giff. 583 666 

Dunboyne, Ld. r. Brander (1854), 18 Beav. 313 144 

Duncan r. Beard (1820), 2 Nott & M'C. 400 429 

Duncan r. Brady (1860), 12 Ir. C. L. R. 171 1086 

Duncan v. Hill (1871), 40 L. J. Ex. 137 ; L. R. 6 Ex. 266 ; 26 L. T. 69 ; 

19 W. R. 894 168 

Duncan v. Hodges (1827), 4 McC. 239 1206 

Duncan r. Louch (1845), 6 Q. B. 904 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 185 ; 9 Jur. 346 ... . 207 

Duncan v. Lowndes (1813), 3 Camp. 478 ; 14 R. R. 816 161 

Duncan v. Scott (1807), 1 Camp. 100 1013, 1044 

Duucan v. Tindal (1853), 13 C. B. 257 : 22 L J. C. P. 137 ; 17 Jur 347. . 651 
Duncombe v Daniell (1837), 1 W. W. & H. 101 ; 2 Jur. 32 ; 8 C. & P. 222 607 

Duncuft V. Albrecht (1841), 12 Sim. 189 686 

Dundas's case (1814), Maoq. H. L. Prao. 610 602 

Dundas v. Diitens (1790), 1 Ves. jun. 199; 2 Cox, 240; 1 R. R. 112 679 

Dunford r. Trattles (1844), 2 M. & W. 529 ; 1 D. & L. 651 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 

124 ; 8 Jur. 180 683 

Dunlop V. Higgins (1848), 1 H. of L. C. 381 ; 12 Jur. 296 166 

Dunn r. Devon, &c. Newspaper Co., (1890 10 R. 167; (1896) 1 Q. B. 

211, n. ; 63 L.J. Q. B. 342; 70 L. T. 593 636 

Dunn «. Murray (1829), 4 M. &R. 671; 9 B. &C. 780 .. 1124 

Dunn V, Slee (1816), 1 Moore, C. P. ; Holt, N. P. 401 ; 17 R. R. 661 608 

Dunn V. Snowden (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 104 ; 2 Dr. & Sm. 201 ; 7 L. T. 668; 

11 W. R 160 173 

Dunne r. English (1874), L. R. 18 Eq. 624; 31L.T. 75 324, 971 

Dunne v. Fer^pison (1832), Hayee, 343 686, 686 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. Ixxiii 

WASM 

Dmiiuiigr V. Kobetts (1862), 8^ Barb. (K. Y.) 463 t>74 

Dimr&ven, I^d. 9. LleweUyn (I860), 16 Q. B. 7^1 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 3S8. .394, 896, 

397 398 402 

I>imsford v. CnrlewiB (1859), 1 F. & F. 702 !... ' 26 

Danston v. Pateraon (1857), 2 C. B. N. S. 495 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 267 643 

I>apays«. Shepherd (1608), 12 Mod. 216 4 

Dupny tr. Truman (1843), 2 Y. & C. 341 927 

Ihiraiioe, Be (1872), L. B. 2 P. & D. 406 ; 41 L. J. P. & M. 60 ; 26 L. T. 

983; 20W.R.769 708 

DorfaAm, Lady, Re (1842). 3 Curt. 67 701 

IhiTham, Bp. of, v. Beaamont (1808), I Camp. 207 464, 976, 977 

Durham andSonderl. Ry. Co. r. Walker (1842), 2 G. & D. 326; 2 Q. B. 940 638 

Durlingr p. Loveland (1839), 2 Curt. 226, 227 140 

Ihimiitv.Friend(l857),6l>ea.&Sm.343; 21 L.J. Ch. 353; 16Jur.709 174 

XhirreU r. Bederley (1816), Holt, 283 ; 17 R. R. 639 934 

Dmrea (should be Darrell) v, Evann (1861), 1 H. & C. 174 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 

837 ; 9 Jut. N. S. 104 ; 7 L. T. 97 ; 10 W. R. 666 297, 674 

Dntton, Re (1862), 32 L. J. P. & M. 137 ; 3 S. & T. 66 143 

Datton r. Solomondon (1803), 3 Bos. & P. 582 ; 7 R. R. 883 691 

Batton V, Woodman (1852), 9 Cush. 265 ; , 494, 626 

Dwyer r. ColUus (1852), 7 Ex. 639 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 226 ; 16 Jar. 669. .318, 319, 609 

jywyer tf. Rich (1871), 6 L R. C. L. 144 Ill 

Byoe Sombre V. Troup (1856), Deane,Eoo.R. 38; 26L.T.(O.S.)288..169,170,262 

Dye r. Dye (1884), 47 J. P. 620 666 

Dyer, Re (1828), 1 Hagff. Eoo. R. 219 693 

Dyer r. Best (866), L. R. 1 Ex. 152 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 105 ; 4 H. & C. 189. . 76 
DYerr.Dyer(1788),lWhite&T.L.C.236; Watk.Copyh.214-228(3rded.)..66.5,666 

Dy«r f». Green (1847), 10 L. J. Es. 239 ; 1 Ex. 71 1206 

Dyer r. Munday (1896), 14 R (May) 266; (1696) 1 Q. B. 742; 64 L. J.Q.B. 

448; 72 L. T. 448; 43 W. R. 440 Add, [1073] 

Dyke r. Aldridge (1798), cited 7 T. R. 665 ; 11 East, 6^4 496 

Dyke r. Williams (1861 j, 2 8. & T. 491 ; 31 L. J. P. & M. 167 414, 416 

Dymoch r. Watkins (1883), 10 Q. B. D. 461 ; 31 W. R. 331 ; 48 L. T. 393 944 

Dyne p. NuUey (1863), 14 C. B. 122 801 

DyaartPerr. (1881), 6 App. Cas. 489 149, 367 

DywMi V. Wood (1824), 3 B. & C. 449 1033 

Eaikv v. Jeffoock (1872), L. R. 7 Ex. 379 ; 42 L. J. Ex. 36 ; 28 L. T. 273; 

20 W. R. 1033 114 

Eads 9. Williams (1864), 24 L. J. Ch. 631 ; 4 De G. M. & G. 674 1039 

Kagletottv. Gntteridge (1843), 11 M. & W. 469; 12 L. J. Ex. 369; 2 

Dowl. N. 8. 1063 227, 1 196, 1205 

Eagleton V. EingHton (1803), 8 Yes. 438 1220, 1223 

Earner «. Merle (1802-9), cited 2 Camp. 263 266 

Eari's Trust, Re (1868), 4 E. & J. 300 9, 1030 

Earl of Auckland, The (1861), 30 L. J. P. M. & A. 121 ; Lush. Adm. 164; 

16 Moo. P. C. C. 304 ; 6 L. T. 668 ; 10 W. R. 124 178 

Earl of Dumfries, The (1885), 10 P. D. 31 ; 64 L. J. P. 7 ; 61 L. T. 906 ; 

3:i W. R. 668 ; 6 Asp. M. C. 342 388 

Earlc. Lewis (1801), 4 Esp. 1 432,1168 

Earle v. Picken (1833), 6 C. & P. 642 291, 292, 666 

Earp V. Henderaon (1876), 3 Ch. D. 264 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 738 ; 34 L. T. 844.. 221 

Eaipr. Lloyd(l857). 3Kay& J. 649 1183 

£a>t V. Chapman (1827), 2 C. & P. 670 ; M & K. 46 246, 970 

East Lond. Waterw. Co. r. Bailey (1827), 4 Bing. 283 ; 12 Moo. (C. P.) 632 642 
East. Cos. Ry. Co. v. Broom (1861), 6 Ex. 614 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 196; 6 RaUw. 

Cas. 678 648 

East.UnionRy.Co.v.East.Co8.Ry.Co.(1853),2E.&B.640; 22L.J.Q.B.371 1160 

But. Union Ry. Co. v. Symonds (1850), 6 Ex. 237 ; 6 Railw. Cas. 578. .454, 458 

Eftstlaod V. Burohell (1870), 3 Q. B. B. 432 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 600 ; 38 L. T. 

668; 27 W. B. 290 167 



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Eastmmitr. Tattle (1823), 1 Cowen, 248 644 

Eastmnre v. Laws (1839), 6 Bing. N. C. 444 ; 7 Scott, 461 ; 7 DowL 431 ; 

2 Am. 64; 8 Jur. 460 1121 

EaHton V. Garter (1860), 5 Ex. 8; 19 L. J. Ex. 173 1138 

Eastwood V, Kenyon (1840), 9 L. J. Q. B. 409; 4 Jur. 1081 ; 3 P. & D. 276 ; 

11 A. & E. 438 679 

Eastwood V. Saville (1842), 11 L. J. Ex. 383 : 9 M. & W. 615 717 

Eaton r. Baaker (1881), 6 Q. B. D. 201 ; 7 Q. B. D. 629; 60 L. J. Q. B. 

444; 44L. T. 703; 29 W. R. 697 ; 46 J. P. 616 650 

Eccles V. Harrison (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. & Mar.) 204 488 

Eccles. Commiss. «. Merral (1869), L. B. 4 Ex. 162; 38 L. J. Ex. 93 ; 17 

W. R. 676 97, 162, 644 

Eccles. Commiss. v. Rowe (1S80), 6 App. Cas. 736; 49 L. J. Q. B. 771 ; 

43L. T. 363; 29 W. R. 169; 46 J. P. 36 74 

Eccleston v. Speke (1 689), Garth. 79 : 3 Mod. 268 ; Comb. 166 488, 496 

Eckersley v. Piatt (1866), L. R. 1 P. & D. 281 ; 36 L J. P. 7 ; 14 L. T. 

800; 16L. T. 327; 16 W. R, 232 148, 703 

Eifcjtein v, Reynolds (1837), 7 A. & E. 80 ; 2 N. & P. 266 48 

Edan v. Dudfield (1841), 1 Q. B. 302, 307 ; 4 P. & D. 666 ; 6 Jur. 317. .48, 691, 

717 
Eddowes v. Ar^rentine Land Co. (1890), 59 L. J. Ch. 392 ; 62 L. T. 614 ; 

38 AV R. 629 916 

Eden r. Blake (l"8'46),' 1*3* M.' & wViU \ ' ii L. J. Ex. 194 '; '9 Jur.'iis. .* ! ! 745 

Edge V. Hillary ( 1 852), 3 C. & K. 43 271 

Edgev. Salisbury (1749), Amb. 70 789 

Edger. Strafford (1831), 1 Tyr. 293; 1 C. & J. 391 682 

Edgeworth v. Johnston (1877), I. R. 11 Eq. 326 806 

Edie r. Eaet India Co. (1761), 2 Buir. 1226 ; 1 W. Bl. 296 6 

Edie V, Eingsford (1854), 14 C. B. 759 ; 2 C. L. R. 832 ; 23 L. J. C. P. 

123 286 

Edme, Ex parte (1822), 9 Serg. & R. 147 869 

Edmondsv. ChaUis(1849),7C. B.413: 6Dowl.&L.58l; 18L.J.C.P 164.. 1191 
Edmonds v. Foster (1876), 46 L. J. C. P. 41 ; 33 L. T. 690 ; 24 W. R. 

368 109, 620 

Edmonds V. Qoater (1852), 16 Beav. 416; 21 L. J. Ch. 290 711 

Edmonds r. Harris (1834), 2 A. & E. 414; 4 N. & M. 182 222 

Edmonds r. Walter (1820), 3 Stark. 8 922 

Edmondson v. Stevenson (1765), Bull. N. P. 8 110 

Edmundfii;.Downee(1834),2C.&M.459; 4'IVr.l73: 8 L.J. Ex. 98.. -673,7 12, 71 3 

Edmunds v. Low (1867), 3 K. & J. 318; 26 L. J. Ch. 432 806 

Edmunds v. Newman (1823), R. & M. 6 506 

Edwards, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Eoo. & Mar.) 306 701 

Edwards V. Bates (1844), 7 M. & G. 6U0 754 

Edwaidsr. Buchanan (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 788 1019, 1174 

Edwards v. Crock (1801), 4 Esp. 39 376 

Edwards V.Edwards (1836), 2 T. & C. Ex. 123 667 

Edwards •. Etherington (1825), Ry. &M. 268 774 

Edwards v. HaU (1865), 6 De G. M. & G. 74 ; 26 L. J. Ch. 82 683 

Edwards v. Havell (1853), 14 C. B. 107 ; 2 G. L. R. 134:) ; 23 L. J. C. P. 

7; 17 Jur. 1103 179 

Edwaids v, Hodges (1865), 15 C. B. 477 ; 3 C. L. R. 472 ; 24 L. J. M. C. 

81; lJur.N.S.9l 191 

Edwards c. Janes (1855), 1 Kay & J. 634 717 

Edwards v. Jevons (1849), 8 C. B. 430 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 50 786 

Edwards r. Jones (1837). 7 C. & P. 633 268 

Edwards r. Matthews (1847), 16 L. J. Ex. 291 ; 4 D. & L. 721 ; 11 Jur. 
QQg ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 272 

Edwards i* Midl.*Ry*.*Co! (isSO),* Vq.'b. d! 287 ; 60* L. J! Q. B.isi ; 43 

L. T. 694 ; 29 W. R. 609 ; 46 J. P. 374 643 

Edwaidsv. R. (1854), 9 Ex. 628 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 166 84 

Eganp. Cowan (1858), 30 L. T. 223 1224 

Egun p. Larkin (1842), 1 Arm. M. & O. 403 26, 330, 1214 

Egerton v. Mathews (1805), 2 Smith, 389 ; 6 East, 307 ; 8 R. R. 489 . .668, 675 

J7m reftreneei or$ to pagn^ not to paragraphi. 



TABLE OF CASES aXED. IxXV 

PAOB 

Egfg «. Barneti (1800), 3 Esp. 196 154 

Egromont Burial Bomd r. Ei^rremont Iron Ore Go. (1880), 14 Ch. D. 168 ; 

49 L. J. Ch. 623 ; 42 L T. 179 ; 28 W. R. 694 321 

Ehiensperiren v. Anderson (1842), 3 Ex. 148 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 132 316 

Eiuholz V. Bannister (1864), 17 C. B. N. S. 708 ; 34 L. J. 0. P. 105 ; 11 

Jar. N. S. 16 ; 12 L. T. 76 ; 13 W. R. 96 776 

Eicke V. Nokes (1829). M. & M. 303 609, 713 

Elden v. Keddell (1807), 9 R. R. 404 ; 8 Eawt, 187 1046 

Elder «. Carter (1890), 25 Q. B. D. 194 ; 66 L. J. Q. B. 281 ; 62 L. T. 

616 ; 38 W. R. 612 ; 64 J. P. 692 343 

Eldridge v. Knott (1774), 1 Cowp. 214 119, 123, 126 

Elect. Teleg. Co., Re, Ex parte Bann (1867), 24 Beay. 137 ; 26 L. J. Ch. 

614 844 

Eley r. Poeitiye Govt. &o. Co. (1876), 46 L. J. Ex. 68 ; 1 Ex. D. 20 ; 33 

L.T. 143; 24 W. R. 252 648, 681 

Elford •. Teed (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 28 33 

Eliaa v. Griffith (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 806 ; 8 Ch. D. 621 ; 38 L. T. 871 ; 26 

W. R. 869 971 

EKot •. Alien (1845), 1 C. B. 18 ; 14 L. J. C. P. 136 227 

Elkin 9. Janaon (1845), 13 M. & W. 655 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 201 ; 9 Jur. 353. . .261, 

262, 266, 267 

Elkington 9. Holland (1846), 9 M. & W. 659 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 613 733 

EOenborongh'is lid., case (1830), Macq. H. L. Pract. 655 602 

EllerBhaw v. Robinson (1816-28), Stark. Ev. 641, 642 266 

Ellioe, Re (1864), 33 L. J. P. & M. 27 : 12 W. R 353 143 

Ellioe r. Ronpell (1863), 2 New R. 3 ; 11 W. R. 579 ; 32 L. J. Ch. 663 ; 9 

Jnr, N. S. 633 363 

Elliott •. Dean (1884), C. & E. 283 673 

EUiott V. Elliott (1841), 9 M. & W. 27 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 3 47 

EUiottr. Kemp (1840), 7 M. & W. 306; 10 L. J. Ex. 321 116, 117 

Elliott «. North JBast. Rj. Co. (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 402; 10 H. L. C. 333 ; 

8 L. T. 337 114 

EUiott V. South Devon Ry. Co. (1848), 2 Ex. 725 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 262 ... . 60, 763 

EUiottff. Thomas (1838), 3 M. & W. 170; 7 L. J. Ex. 129 689 

Elliott c. Totnea Union (1893), 67 J. P. 161 ; 9 T. L. R. 36 373 

Ellis V. Cowne (1849), 2 C. & K. 719 460 

.EUis r. Deolva (1881), 6 Q. B. D. 621 ; 50 L. J. Q. B. 328; 44 L. T. 209; 

29 W R 493 42 

EUisf. Ellis (1814)711 Maiw! 92^ 296 

Ellisi;. Honstoun(1878), 10 Ch. D. 236; 27 W. R. 601 146, 766 

Ellis r. Saltan (1808), 4 C. & P. 327, n. (a) 612 

Ellis 9. Thompson (1838), 3 M. & W. 456 ; 1 H. & H. 131 164 

Ellis V. Watson (1818), 2 Stark. R. 453 ; 20 R. R. 725 496, 561 

Ellison 9. Ellison (1802), 6 Yes. 656 ; 6 R. R. 19 ; 1 White & T. L. C. 291. 666 

EUmakerr. Buckley (1827), 16 Serg. & R. 77 945 

Ehnore v. Kingsoote (1826), 8 Dowl. & R. 343 ; 6 B. & C. 583 671 

Elmore 9. Stone (1809), 1 Taun. 458 ; 10 R. R. 678 690 

Elsam V. Faooett (1797), 2 Esp. 563 253, 254 

Elston *. Wood (1833). 2 My. & K. 678 496 

Elton c.Larkins( 1832), 1 M. & Rob. 196; 6 C. & P. 385 506,954 

Elwesv. £lwe8(1861), 2 Giff. 646 749 

Elwoodv. Bullock (1844), 6 Q. B. 384; 13 L. J. Q. B. 330 1091 

Elworthy v. Sandford (1864), 34 L. J. Ex. 42 ; 3 H. & C. 330 306 

Emanuel 9. Robarts (1868), 6 B. & S. 687 ; 34 L. J. Q. B. 217 646 

EmUeton v. Brown (1860), 3 E. & E. 234 ; 30 L. J. M. C. 1 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 

1299 112 

Emersonr.'Blondeii' (1 794)*, 1 Esp. 142*: 6 R. R. '726 !..!.!..*..!.'!. 603 

Emery v. Bamett (1858), 27 L. J. C. P. 216 ; 4 C. B. N. S. 423; 4 Jur. 

N . S. 634 98 

EmeiT r. Chichero (The Arklow) (1883), 63 L. J. P. C. 9; 9 App. Cas. 136 ; 

60 L T. 306 ; 6 Asp .219 177 

Emery 9. Gxooook (1821), 6 Madd. 64 126 

r. Twombly (1840), 6 Shepl. 66 1213 

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Ixxvi TABLE OF CASES aTED. 



Emmenon v. Heelis (1809), 2 Taun. 38 ; 11 R. R. 520 686, 730 

Emmerton v. Matthews (1862), 31 L. J. Ex. 139 ; 7 H. & N. 586; 8 Jar. 

N. S. 61; 5L. T. 681; 10 W. R. 346 776 

Emmet v, Dewhirst (1852), 21 L. J. Gh. 497 ; 3 Mao. & G. 587 ; 15 Jar. 

1115 762 

Emmott V. Marchant, Halkett, Claimt. (1878), 3 Q. B. B. 555 ; 38 L. T. 

508; 47 L. J. Q. B. 436 ; 26 W. R. 632 1088 

Emsley, Mary, Be (1862), 2 S. & T. 491 414, 416 

Engell r. Fitch (1869), 10 B. & S. 738 ; 17 W. R. 894 ; L. R. 4 Q. B. 659 ; 

37 L.J. Q. B. 145 773 

England V. Downs (1840), 2 Beav. 523; 6 Beay. 269 785 

England r. Blade (1792), 4 T. R. 682; 2 R. R. 498 126 

EngUsh Jt. Stock Bk., Re (1866), L. R. 3 £q. 203 845 

English V. Tottie (1875), 1 Q. B. D. 141; 45 L. J. Q. B. 138; 33 L. T. 

724; 2lW. R. 393 1187 

Englishman, The (1877), 3 P. D. 18 ; 47 L. J. Adm. 9 ; 37 L. T. 412. . . . 177 

Ennis's case (1835), Knapp & O. 435 497 

Enohin v. Wylie (1862), 10 H. of L. Cas. 1 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 402 ; 6 L. T. N. 8. 

603; 10W.R.467 1151 

Enos V. Tuttle (1820), 3 Conn. 250 380 

Ensign r. Webster (1799), 1 Johns. 145 552 

Enticknap r. Rice (1865), 4 S. & T. 136 ; 13 L. T. 211 ; 34 L. J. P. 110.. 978 

Entwistle v. Davis (1867), L. R. 4 Eq. 272 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 825 684 

EntwUtle v. Dent (1846J, 11 Q. B. 1002 1037 

Enyon, Re (1873), 42 L. J. P. & M. 52 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 92 ; 21 W. R. 

856 695 

Eriskine v. Murray (1728), 2 Ld. Raym. 1542 5 

Emest r. Nicholls (1857), 6 H. of L. Cas. 401 642 

Erskine v. Adeane (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 395 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 919 774 

Erwin v. Saunders (1823), 1 Cowen, 249 757 

Eschemann, In re, (1893) 9 Times L. R. 426 179 

Esoott V. Mastin (1842), 4 Moo. P. C. 130 1019 

Espey v. Lake (1852), 10 Hare, 260; 16 Jur. 1107; 22 L. J. Ch. 336 .... 137 

Essex, Countess of, case (1613), 2 How. St. Tr. 802 859 

Essex Witches (1645), 4 How. St. Tr. 817 567 

Euston, Ld., v. Ld. Hy. Seymour (1802), cited 2 Curt. 339 702 

Eyans v. Angell (1858), 26 Beav. 202 804 

Evans v, Beattie (1803), 5 Esp. 26 508 

Evans v. DaUow (1862), 31 L. J. P. 128 706, 707 

Evans v. Davies (1836), 2 H. & W. 15 ; 3 N. & P. 404 ; 4 A. & E. 8i0 . . 717 

Evans p. Evans and Robinson (1868), 27 L. J. P. 67 1119 

Evans v. Fryer (1839), 10 A. & E. 616 ; 2 P. & D. 501 187, 190 

Evans r. Getting (1834), 6 C. & P. 686 1179 

Evans v. Hoare, (1892) 1 Q. B. 593 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 470 ; 66 L. T. 345 ; 

40W.R.442; 56 J. P. 664 674 

Evans v. Morgan (1832), 2 C. & J. 453 295, 378 

Evans v. Nichol (1841), 3 M. & Gr. 614; 4 Scott, N. R. 43; 5 Jur. 

1110 545 

Evans r. Phillips (1763), 2 Selw. N. P. 1072 987 

Evanses. Powis(1847), 1 Ex. 601; 11 Jur. 1043 192 

£vans v. Rees (1839), 2 P. & D. 627 ; 10 A. & E. 151 ..396, 404, 405, 406, 432, 

811, 1109, 1161, 1207 

Evans v. Roberts (1826), 8 D. & R. 611 ; 5 B. & C. 832 685,686 

Evans r. Roe (1872), L. R. 7 C. P. 138 ; 26 L. T. 70 753 

Evans r. Simon (1853), 9 Ex. 282 ; 2 C. L. R. 416 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 16 .... 711 

Evans v. Sweet (1824), Ry. & M. 83 ; I C. & P. 277 311, 312 

Evans V. Taylor (1838), 7 A. & E. 617 ; 3 N. & P. 174 395, 404, 1038, 1040 

Evans v, Watson (1846), 3 C. B. 327 ; 4 D. & L. 193 ; 15 L. J. C. P. 256 ; 

10 Jur. 818 896, 818 

Evans r. Williamson (1881), 50 L. J. Ch. 197; 17 Ch. D. 696; 43 L. T. 

719; 29W.R.230 145 

Evelyn v, Haynes (1782), cited Oiitram v, Morewood, 3 East, 865 ; 7 R. R. 

473 1120 

TM0 r^ermees are to pag9$^ not to paragrapJu, 



TABLE OP CASES CITED. IxxVll 

PAOB 

Everard v. Poppleton (1843), 6 Q. B. 181 ; Day. & M. 322 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 1 ; 

7 Jut. 991 * 733, 734 

Ererett v. Everett (1877), 7 Cb. D. 428 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 367 ; 36 L T. 913 ; 

2oW. R. 766 808 

Everett •• liowdham (1831), 6 0. & P. 91 918 

Everett v. Robertaon (1859), 28 L. J. Q. B. 23 ; 1 E. & £. 16 ; 4 Jur. 

N. S. 1083 710 

Everettv. Yoaell8(1832), 3B. & Ad. 349 1139 

Everingham v. Roimdell (1838), 2 M. & Bob. 138 ; 2 Lewin, G. G. 157.. 367, 358 

Ewart V. Jones (1846), 14 M. 4 W, 774 ; 2 Dowl. & L. 252 872 

Ewartv. Williams (1866), 3 Drew. 21 ; 7 De G. M. & G. 68 462 

Ewer V. Ambrose (1825), 4 B. & G. 24 ; 6 Dowl. & R. 127 956, 1013 

Ewingr V. GHbaldiston (1834), 6 Sim. 608 970 

Exall 9, Partridge (undated), dted 1 Starkie, 284 319 

Exeter, May. of, r. Wairen (1844), 6 Q. B. 801 ; D. & M. 524 ; 8 Jar. 

44 1 123, 440, 442, 443 

Eynon, In re (1873), 42 L. J. P. & M. 62 ; L. R. 3 P & D. 92 ; 21 W. R. 856. 695 

EyT«, Re (1896), 72 L. T. 588 ; 43 W. R. 538 Add. [679] 

ISiyn V. Smith (1877), 2 G. P. D. 435 ; 37 L. T. 417 ; 25 W. R. 871 1132 

F., falsely caUed D., p. D. (1865), 4 S. & T. 86 ; 34 L. J. P. & U. 66 ; 11 

Jut. N. S. 307 ; 12 L. T. 84 : 13 W. R. 546 167 

Fabrigas v. Mostyn (1776), 20 How. St. Tr. 122 ; 2 W. Bl. 929 600 

Faoey p. Hurdom (1824), 3 B. & G. 213 37 

Fairlie «. Gbristie (1817), 7 Taan. 416 ; Holt, 331 ; 1 Hooro, G. P. 114 . . 1193 

FairUe r. Denton (1828), 3 G. &. P. 103 626 

Fairlie v. Hastings (1804), 10 Ves. 123 388, 389 

Fairman v. Oakford (I860), 6 H. & N. 635 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 459 153 

Fairtitlev. Gilbert (1787), 2 T. R. 169; IR.R.465 91 

Faith f?.M*Intvref 1835), 7 G. & P. 44 271, 274 

Faloonerv. Hanson (1808), 1 Gamp. 171; 10 R. R. 663 328, 486 

Fallon 9. Robins (1865), 16 Ir. Gh. R. 422 749 

Falmouth, E. of, p, Mo88(1822), 11 Prioe, 456 696 

Falmouth, E. of, p. Roberts (1842), 9 M. & W. 469; 11 L. J. Ex. 180 ; 

iDowL N. S. 633 328, 1192, 1197, 1214, 1216 

Fafanonth, E. of, p. Thomas (1832), 1 G. & M. 89 ; 2 L. J. Ex. 67 ; 3 Tyr. 26 687 

Fanny GarviU, The (tee The Magnet). 

Fanshawe p. Lond. and ProT. Dfdry Go. (tee l^mson p. Wilson). 

Farina «. Home (1846), 16 M. & W. 119 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 73 691 

Faiquharv. Southey (1826), 1 M. & M. 14 1196, 1201 

Farqnharson p, Seton (1828), 6 Ross. 46 1123 

Faiqnharson Tweedale^ In re (1875), 44 L. J. P. & M. 36 ; L. R. 3P. & D. 

204; 31 L. T. 799 142,702 

Farrah p. Keat (1838), 6 Dowl. 470 833 

Farrar p. Beswick (1836), 1 M. & Rob. 527 160 

Farrar p. Hutohinson (1839), 9 A. & E. 641 ; 1 P. & D. 437 ; 2 W. W. & 

H. 106 487, 552, 744 

Farrar p. Staokpole (1829), 6 Greenl. 164 786 

Farrer p. St. Gatherme's GoUege (1873), L. R. 16 Eq. 21 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 

809 ; 28 L. T. 800 ; 21 W. R. 643 797, 799 

Pkrringdon p. Glerk (1782), 3 Dong. 124 ; 2 Ghitty, 429 545 

Farrington p, Donohoe (1866), Ir. R. 1 G. L. 675 ; 14 W. R. 922 682 

Farrow p. Hayes (1852), 18 Q. B. 516 ; 17 Jar. 132 736 

P»r-ow^ r. WilBon (1869), 88 L. J. G. P. 326 ; L. R. 4 G. P. 744 ; 18 

W.R.43 •. 780 

Farwell^. HiUiard (1825), 3 New Hamp. R. 318 1115 

FasHet V. Brown (1861), Peaks, R. 23 13« 

Fanlder p. Silk (1811), 3 Gamp. 126 ; 13 R. R. 771 1102 

Faulds V. Jackson (1845), 6 Notes of Gas. (Eco. & Mar.), Supp. i 694, 696 

Fanlkner p. Brine (186H), 1 F. & F. 254 939 

Fanseett p. Fanssett (1849), 7 Notes of Gas. (Eco. & Mar.), 93 889, 608 



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Ixxviii TABLE OF CASES CITED, 

PAOI 

FaTieU v. Eant. Count. R7. Co. (1848), 2 Ex. 344 ; 6 Dowl. & L. o4 ; 17 

L. J. Ex. 223, 297 543 

Fawoett V. Cash (1834), 5 B. & Ad. 904 ; 3 N. & H. 177 36, 168 

Fawcett •. Jones (1810), 3 Phillim. 476 140 

FawcoB, In the goods of (1884), 9 P. D. 241 ; 64 L. J. P. 47 ; 33 W. It. 323 ; 

48 J, P. 743 1031 

Fawcus v. Sanfield (1856), 25 L. J. Q. B. 249 ; 6 £. & B. 192 ; 2 Jnr. 

N. 8. 666 771 

Fawkes v. Lamb (1862), 31 L. J. Q. B. 98 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 386 766, 782 

Fazakerieyr. Wiltshire (1720), 1 Str. 1720 17 

Fearn v. Lewis (1830), 6 Bing. 349 ; 1 M. & P 1 712 

Fearnside v. Flint (1882), 22 Ch. D. 679 ; 62 L. J. Ch. 479 ; 48 L. T. 154 ; 

31 W. R. 318 721 

Feaubert v. Turst (1702), Prec. Ch. 207 938 

FeUowes v. Clay (1842), 4 Q. B. 313 ; 3 G. & D. 407 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 202. . 75 

Fellowes r. Williamson (1829), M. & M. 306 378 

Feltham's Trusts, Re (1856), 1 K. & J. 628 798 

Fennr. Griffith (1830), 6 Bing. 633; 4 M. & P. 299 285 

Fennell v. Tait (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 684 ; 5 Tyr. 218 887 

Fenner r. Lond. & S. E. Ry. Co. (1872), 41 L. J. Q. B. 313 ; L. R. 7 

Q. B. 767; 26 L. T. 971 ; 20 W. R. 830 1186 

Fenton v. Emblers (1762), 3 Burr. 1278 ; 1 W. Bl. 353 682 

Fenwick, Re (1867), L. R. 1 P. & D. 319 ; 36 L. J. P. 64 ; 16 L. T. 124 . . 704 

Fenwick v. Bell (1844), 1 C. & K. 312 934, 936 

Fenwiok v. Layoook (1841), 2 Q. B. 108 ; 1 G. & D. 632 ; 6 Jur. 341 ; 11 

L. J. Q.B. 146 660 

Fenwiok V. Reed (1816), 1 Meriv. 114 600 

Fenwick v. Thornton (1827), M. & M. 61 495 

Ferguson r. Mahon (1839),11A.&E.179; 3P.&D.143..8, 1142, 1147, 1148, 1164 

Femandey v. Glynn (1807), 1 Camp. 426 1200 

Fernandez, Ex parte (1861), 10 C.B.N. 8. 3; SOL. J. C. P. 321 920,962, 

964 
Femley v. Worthington (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 491 ; 1 Scott, N. R. 482; 

4 Jur. 918 304, 1101 

Ferrand v. Milligan (1846), 7 Q. B. 730 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 103 ; 10 Jur. 6 . . 1231 

Ferrer v. Oven (1827), 7 B. &C. 427; 1 M. & R. 222 1038 

Ferrersr. Aiden (1599), 6Co.Rep. 7; Cro. Eliz. 668 1110 

Ferrers, Ld., v. Shirley (1730), Fitz-G. 195 ; BuU. N. P. 236 1221 

Ferris r. Goodbum (1858), 27 L. J. Ch. 674: 6 W. R. 485 763,807 

Fesenmayer v. Adcock (1847;, 16 M. & W. 449 117 

Feversham, Ld., v. Emerson (1856), 11 Ex. 386 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 264 ; 26 L. 

T. (O. S.) 28; 3C. L. R. 1379 89 

Few V. Guppy (1830). 10 Beav. 281, n. {b); 13 Beay. 457 597 

Ffinoh V. Combe, (1894) 6 R. 645; (1894) P. 191 ; 63 L. J. P. 113; 70 

L. T. 160 ; 42 W. R. 377 142, 708 

Fiddey, Re, Jones r. Frost (1872), L. R. 7 Ch. 773 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 47 ; 27 

L. T. 465; 20 W. R. 1026 93 

Field V, Flemming (1836), 7 C. & P. 619; 6 Dowl. 460 ; 1 M. & H. 21 ; 

1 Jur. 24 474 

Field V. Gt. North. Ry. Co. (1878), 8 Ex. D. 261 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 662 ; 39 

L. T. 80; 26 W. R. 817 42 

Field r. Hemming (see Field v. Flemming). 

Field i>. Holland (1810), 6 Cranoh, 8, 24 496 

Field •. Lelean (1861), 30 L. J. Ex. 170; 6 H. & N. 627; 7 Jur. N. S. 

918; 4L T. 121; 9W. R. 387 766, 769 

Field r. Woods (1837). 7 A. & E. 114; 2 N. & P. 117 226,646 

Figg r. Wedderbume (1842), 6 Jur. 218 419 

Filipowskiv. Merryweather (I860), 2 F. & F. 286 162 

Filmerr. Gott(l774), 4 Brown, P.O. 230 746, 748 

Financial Ins. Co., Re (1867), 36 L. J. Ch. 687 845 

Finch r. Finch (1752), 2 Ves. sen. 493 960 

Finch V. Finch (1867), 36 L. J. P. & M. 78 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 371 ; 16 L. T. 

268 ; 16 W. R. 797 143,307 

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Tliioh V, Plnoh (1882), 23 Gh. D. 267 ; 48 L. T. 129 ; 31 W. R. 526 631 

Fmlar r Bristol & EIx. Ry. Co. (1852), 7 Ex. 409 ; 7 Railw. Cas. 449 ; 21 

L. J. Ex. 117 648 

Finlaj r. Rnlsy (1862), 31 L. J. P. & M. 149 52 

Finn's onse (1827), 6 Rand. 701 328 

Finneityr. Tipper (1809), 2 Camp. 72 245, 246 

Fumcj r. Fiimey (1868), L. R. 1 P. & D. 483; 37 L. J. P. & M. 43; 18 

L. T. 489 1 1 06 

Finney v. Grioe (1878), 10 Ch. D. 13 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 247 ; 27 W. R. 147 . . 146 

Firkin 9. Edwards (1840), 9 C. & P. 478 314 

Firth, Ex parte, Re Cowbum (1882), 19 Ch. D. 419 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 473 ; 45 

L. T. 120 ; 30 W. R. 629 136 

Firth, In le. Ex parte Sohofield (1877), 12 Ch. D. 337; 48 L. J. Bank. 

122 ; 40 L. T. 823 ; 27 W. R. 925 966 

Fischer v. Popham (1875), L. R. 3 P. & B. 246 ; 44 L. J. P. 47 ; 33 L. T. 

231 * 23 ^ff R 683 697 

Fischer r. Szataray (1858)727 L.J.*Q.B.'239;E.B^ & E. 82r;'4*Jur* 

N. 8. 632 347 

Fish, Re, Inijrham v. Rayner, (1894) 7 R. 434 ; (1894) 2 Ch. 83 ; 63 L. J. 

Ch. 437; 70 L. T. 826 ; 24 W. R. 520 798 

Fisher v. Clement (1830), 10 B. & C. 475 82 

Fisherv.Dudding(1841), 9Dowl. 872; 3M.&ar.238; 3 Scott, N. R. 516.. 1031 

Fifiher v, Hemingr (1809), cited 1 Ph. Evid. 170 600 

Fisher v. Joyce (1839), cited 9 C. & P. 338 259 

Fisher v. Keane (1880), 11 Ch. D. 353 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 11 ; 41 L. T. 335 . . 1147 

Fisher p. Kitchingman (1742), WiUes, 367 1031 

Kaher r. Lane (1771), 2 W. Bl. 834 ; 3 Wile. 297 1033, 1034 

Fisher v. Magnay (1843), 5 M. & Gr. 787 ; 1 D. & L. 40 ; 6 Soott, N. R. 

588; 12 L. J. C. P. 276 548 

Fisher r. Ogle (1808), 1 Camp. 419 1149 

Fijiher r. Owen (1878), 8 Ch. D. 645 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 681 ; 38 L. T. 577 ; 26 

W. R. 581 961, 964 

Fisher r. Ronalds (1852), 12 C. B. 762 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 62 ; 17 Jur. 393 ; 

20 L. T. O. S. 100 ; 1 W. R. 54 964,970 

Fisher r. Samnda (1808), 1 Camp. 193 357 

ilsherr. Thames June. Ry. Co. (183; ), 5 Dowl. 773 ..227,357 

Fishmongers' Co. v. Dimsdale (1852), 6 C. B. 896 : 12 C. B. 557 ; 22 L. J. 

C. P. 44 ; 16 Jut. 799 1213 

Fishmonfrers' Co. r . Robertson (1845), 6 H. & Gr. 194 ; 12 L. J. C. P. 

185 ; 6 Scott. N. R. 56 97, 531, 562 

Fiiihmofngers' Co. v. Robertson (1815), 1 C. B. 67 1213 

Fitch V. Jones (1855), 6 E. & B. 238 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 293 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

854 261, 262 

Ktoh 9. Smallbrook (1661), T. Raym. 32 1031 

Fitz V. Rabbits (1837), 2 M. & Rob. 60 306 

KUgerald v. Dressier (1859), 29 L. J. C. P. 113 ; 7 C. B. N. S. 374 ; 5 

Jur. N. S. 598 676 

Fitzgerald v, Elsee (1811), 2 Camp. 635 1209 

Fitsgerald tr. Fitzgorald (1849), 8 Com. B. 492 1069 

Ilt^erald«.Fitzgera]d(1863), 3S.&T.397; 33L.J.P.&M.39; llW.R.85 326 

Fitzgerald •. O'ftaherty (1827), 2 Moll. 394, n 487 

Fitz-James v. TJiiyyt^ (1663), 1 Sid. 133 ; Andr. 321 899 

Fitzmaurice, Re (1864), 15 Ir. Eq. R. 445 720 

Fitzmanrioe v. Bayley (1857), 8 E. & B. 664 ; 9 H. L. Cas. 78 673, 729 

Fitzpatrick v. Danphy (1851), 1 Ir. C. L. R. 366 117 

Fitzroy, Sir C, Re (1868), 1 S. & T. 133 702 

Fitzwalter Peer. (1842), Pari. Min. 34, 91 425, 426, 1226, 1227, 1228 

Fladoyen, The (1799), 8 T. R. 270, n 1 143 

Flaggr. Mann (1837), 2 Sumn. 487 909 

Flannery's case (1832), 1 Lew. C. C. 133 824 

Flannery r. Waterford & C. Ry. Co. (1877), I. R. 11 C. L. 30 163 

Fleet 0. Murton (1871), 41 L. J. Q. B. 49 ; L. R. 7 Q. B. 126 ; 26 L. T. 181 ; 
20 W. R. 97 232, 764, 769 

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IXXX TABLE OF CASES CITED. 



Fleet V. PerrinB (1868), 37 L. J. Q. B. 233 ; L. R. 3 Q. B. 636 ; 9 B. & 8. 

675 ; 19 L. T. 147 1036, 1087 

Fleming v. Fleming (1862), 31 L. J. Ex. 419 ; 1 H. & C. 242 793 

Flemings. Newton (1848), 1 H. of L. Caa. 363 1005 

Fletcherr. BniddyU(1821), 3 Stark. R. 64 154, 932 

Fletcher v. Calthrop (1845), 6 Q. B. 880, 891 ; 1 New Sess. Gas. 629 ; 14 

L. J. Q. B. 49; 9 Jur. 205 131 

Fletcher v. Froggatt( 1827), 2 0. & P. 669 479 

Flet<sher v. GUlefipie (1826), 3 Bing. 636 ; 11 Moore, C. P 647 764 

Fletcher V. Gt. West. Ry. Co. (1859), 4 H. & N. 242; 29 L. J, Ex. 263; 

6 Jur. N. S. 961 ; 8 W. R. 601 114 

Fletcher v. L. & N. W. R. Co. (1892), 1 Q. B. 122 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 324 ; 

66L.T. 606; 40 W. R. 182 1138 

Flinn v. Oalow (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 689 768 

Flitters v, Allfrey (1874), 44 L. J. C. P. 73 ; L. R. 10 C. P. 29 ; 31 L. T. 

881 1117, 1119 

Flood V. Russell, (1892) 29 L. R. Ir. 91 436 

Floryv. Denny (1862), 7 Ex. 681; 21 L.J. Ex.223 639 

Flower v. Herbert (1851), 2 Ves. sen. 326 642 

Floyd V. Barker (1607), 12 Co. Rep. 25 1099 

Flureau v. ThomhiU (1776-6), 2 W. Bl. 1078 773 

Fogartyr. Smith (1836), 4 Dowl. 698, n 16 

Foggassa^s case (1349), Y. B. 24 Edw. 3, 23, cited in Oliye v. Guin, 2 Sid. 146 8 

Foley r. Tabor (1861), 2 F. & F. 663 270 

Folkes V, Chadd (1782), 3 Doug. 167 240, 930, 932 

Follett V, JeflFeryes (1850). 1 Sim. N. S. 17; 20 L. J. Ch. 65; 16 Jur. 118. .692,605 

Fonsick v. Agar (1807), 6 Esp. 92 328 

Foot V. Clarke (1826), 1 Russ. 604 423 

Foot V, Stanton (1856), Deane, Ecc. R. 19 697 

Foot V. Tracy (1806), 1 Johns. 45 266 

Foote V. Havne (1824), 1 C. & P. 645 ; Ry. & M. 165 599 

Foquet v. Moor (1852), 7 Ex. 870 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 36 657 

Forbes' case (1872), 41 L. J. Ch. 467 ; 20 W. R. 685 ; 26 L. T. 6h0 845 

Forbes r. Forbes (1854), Kay, 364; 2Eq.R. 178; 23L.J.Ch.724; 18Jur.642. 179 
Fold V. Ager (1863), 2 H. & C. 279 ; 32 L. J. Ex. 138 ; 7 L. T. 795 ; 11 

W. R. 429; 9 Jur. N. S. 416 75 

Ford V, Batley (1854), 23 L. J. Ch. 225 ; 17 Beav. 303 800 

Ford V. Coteeworth (1870), 9 B. & S. 659 ; 10 B. & S. 991 ; L. R. 6 Q. B. 

644; 39 L. J. Q. B. 188; 23 L. T. 165; I8W. R. 1169 164 

Ford V. EUiott (1849), 4 Ex. 78 : 18 L. J. Ex. 447 882 

Ford V. Ford (1848), 6 Hare, 490 741 

Ford V, Temiant (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 466 ; 32 Beav. 162 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 292 ; 

7 L. T. 732 ; 11 W. R. 324 608 

Ford V, Yates (1841), 2 M. & Gr. 649 ; 2 Scott, N. R. 645 757 

Fordham r. Wallis (1852-3), 10 Hare, 217 ; 17 Jur. 228 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 548 493 

Forman v. Free Fishers of Whitstable (1 869). L. R. 4 H. L. 266 ; 21 L. T. 804 123 

Forman v. Wright (1851), 11 C. B. 481 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 145 ; 15 Jur. 706. . 201 

Forrest v. Forrest (1866), 34 L. J. Ch. 428 666 

Forshaw v, Chabert (1821), 3 B. & B. 158 ; 6 Moore (C. P.), 369 1193 

Forshaw v. Lewis (1865), 10 Ex. 716 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 263 1184 

Forster v. Clements (18U9), 2 Camp. 17 ; 11 R. R. 650 647 

Forster v, Farquhar, (1893) 1 Q. B. 564 ; 62 L. J. Q. B. 296 ; 68 L. T. 

308; 41 W.R.425 42 

Forster 9. Forster (1864), 33 L. J. P. &M. 118 1216 

Forster V. Hale (1798), 3 Yes. 696; 6 Yes. 308 ; 4 R. R. 128 666 

Forster 9. Mackreth (1867), 22 L. J. Ch. 926 160 

Forster v. Rowland (1861), 30 L. J. Ex. 396 ; 7 H. & N. 103 676 

Forsyth •. Bristowe (1853), 8 Ex. 716 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 255 ; 17 Jur. 676 . . 722 

Forsythe v, Norcross (1836), 6 Watts, 432 468 

Forth 9. Stanton (1668), 1 Wms. Saunders, 211a, 211e 676 

Foster V. Allanson (1788), 2 T. R. 479 764 

Foster v. Bank of England (1846), 8 Q. B. 689 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 212 ; 10 

Jur. 372 ., 997 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. Ixxxi 

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?08fcer V. Blakelock (1826), 6 B. & 0. 328; 8 D. & R. 48 663 

Foster r. Charles (1830), 6 Bing. 396 ; 7 Bing. 105 ; 4 M. & P. 61, 741 . . 82 

Foster «. Compton (1818), 2 Stark. 364 1032 

Foster ». Hall (1831), 12 Pick. 89 699, 600 

Foster r. JoUy (1836), 1 C. M. & R. 707 ; 6 Tyr. 239 ; 4 L. J. Kx. 66. .748, 767 
Foster r. Mentor Life Am. Co. (1854), 3 E. & B. 48 ; 2 C. L. R. 1404 ; 23 

I*. J. Q. B. 146 ; 18 Jar. 828 44, 538, 648, 769 

Foster f^. M*Hahoii (1847), 11 Ir. £q. R. 287 437, 613 

Foster v. Pointer (1840), 9 0. & P. 718 189, 315, 319 

Poster 9. Shaw (1821), 7 Serg. & R. 163 363, 364, 1097 

Foster r. Steele (1837), 3 Bioff. N. C. 892 ; 6 Soott, 26 ; 3 Hodges, 231 . . 176 

Poolkes V. Sellway (1800), 3 Esp. 236 266, 873 

Fountain r. Boodle (1842), 3Q. B. 6: 2 G. & D. 455 Ill, 263 

Fountain r. Young (1807), 6 Era. 118 600 

Fowell r. Forrest (1669-70), 2 Wms. Saund. 47 ff, 47 gg 760 

Fowkes r. Pasooe (1876), 44 L. J. Ch. 367 ; L. R. 10 Oh. 343 ; 32 L. T. 

645; 23 W. B. 638 667, 806 

Fowler c. Cofiter (1828), M. & M. 241 ; 3 G. & P. 463 270 

Fowler p. Fowler (1736), 3 P. Wms. 353 806 

Fowler v. Fowler (1859), 4 De G. & J. 2/)0 749 

Fowler v. Fowler (1881), 60 L. J. Ch. 686 ; 44 L. T. 799 ; 29 W. R. 800. . 321 

Fowler «. Savage (1819), 3 Conn. 90 1098 

Fowlis V. Davidson ( 1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Eoc. Sc Mar.) 473 263 

Fox *. Clifton (1830), 6 Bing. 792. 386, 640 

Fox V, Fox (1863), 16 Ir. Eq. N. S. 89 666 

Fox V. Jones (1828), 7 B. & C. 732 ; 1 M. & R. 670 998 

Fox r. Waters (1840), 12 A. & E. 43 291, 402 

Fox*8 case (1863), 3 De G. J. & S. 465 .' 1176 

Foxoraft v. Nerens (1826), 4 Greenl. 72 608 

France 9. Luoy (1825), Ry. & M. 341 313 

Frauchot 9. Leach (1826), 6 Cowen, 608 746 

Francis v, Cockrell (1870), L. R. 6 Q. B. 184 ; 39 L. J. Q. B. 113 ; L. R. 

6 Q. B. 601 ; 39 L. J. Q. B. 291 ; 10 B. & S. 950 772 

FranciB v. Dichfield (1742), 2 Ctop. 631 760, 806 

Frands v. Hawkeeley (1859), 28 L. J. Q. B. 370 ; 1 E. & E. 1062 ; 6 Jur. 

N. S. 1391 710 

Francieoo If. Gihnore (1797). 1 Bos. & P. 177 341 

Frsncklin's case (1731), 17 How. St. Tr. 626 25 

Frank V. Frank (1840), 2 M. & Roh. 315 1102 

Franklin r. Baker (1893, should he ** 1691 ''), 29 Am. St. Rep. 647 ; 48 

Ohio. 296 1192 

Frankum v. Ld. Fahnouth (1836), 6 C. & P. ^29 : 2 A. & £. 452 192 

Freser, Re (1869), 39 L. J. P. & M. 20; L. R. 2 P. & D. 40 703 

Ftaserr. Burrows (1877), 46 L. J. Ex. 501 ; 2 Q. B. D. 624 1186 

Fhiser 9. HUl (1853), 1 Maoq. 398 ; 1 Puterson, 232 30 

Fraseri;. Pendleburv (1862), 31 L. J. C. P. 1 ; 10 W. R. 104 94 

Fray p. Bhickbum (1863), 3 B. & S. 576 1099 

Fraycs •. Worms (1861), 10 C. B. N. S. 149 1162 

Frederick p. AtL-Gen. (1874), 44 L. J. P. & M. 11 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 270 ; 

32 L 7 39 409 

Free t;. Hawkins^l817)VHoU,' N.* P.' rV 666'.' .'.'.*.*.'.'.*.*.*.*.'.'.*.*.'.'.'.*.'.*.' .'.'648, 767 
Free Fishers of Whitstable v. Foreman (1869), L. R. 2 C. P. 688 ; 37 L. J. 

^C. P. 305 ; 38 L. J. C. P. 346 ; L. R. 4 H. 266 ; 21 L. T. 804 123 

Free Fishers of Whitstable v. Gann (1863), 11 C. B. N. S. 387 ; 13 C. B. 

N^ 8 859 12S 

Freonaa p. Arkeli'(i'82*4*),* ^H.'&C. 'i94 ; 8 'd. 'i' 'r.* 669';' Tc. 'i'p. 'm\ 

326 303, 616 

Freeman p. Baker (1833), 6 C. & P. 482 ; 6 B. & Ad. 797 ; 2 N. & M. 446 1047 
Freeman p. Cooke (1848), 2 Ex. 662 ; 6 Dowl. & L. 189 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 1 14. .89, 

90, 638, 643, 660 
Freeman p. Cox (1878), 8 Ch. D. 148 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 660 ; 26 W. R. 689 . . 624 
Freeman p. Freeman (1854), 23 L. J. Ch. 838 ; 6 De G. M. & G. 704 ; 
Kay, 479 704 

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Ixxxii TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

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Freeman v. Oainsford (18fi5), 34 L. J. 0. P. 95 ; 18 C. B. N. 8. 185 ; 1 

H. &P. 255; llJur. N. S. 116; 11 L. T. 675; 13 W. R. 343 684 

Freeman v. Fhillipps (1816), 4 M. & Sel. 486 ; 16 R. R. 624. .395, 404. 410, 411 
Freeman v. Pope (1870), L. R. 9 Eq. 206 ; L. R. 5 Ch. 538 ; 39 L. J. Oh. 

148, 689 ; 21 L. T. 816 ; 18 W. R. 906 136 

Freeman v. Read (1863), 32 L. J. M. C. 226 ; 4 B. & S. 174 ; 10 Jiir. N. S. 

149 ; 8 L. T. 458 ; 11 W. R. 802 396, 396, 1040 

Freeman 9. Steggal (1849), 14 Q.B. 202; 19L.J. Q. B. 18; 13Jnr. lu30.. 474, 

1192 1212 

Freeman v. Tatham (1846), 5 Hare, 329 ; 15 L. J. Ch. 323 ; 10 Jar. 685. / 482 

Freeman v. Walker (1829), 6 Oreenl. 68 551 

Freemoult ». Dedire (1718), 1 P. Wms. 431 936 

Freestone v. Butcher (1840), 9 C. & P. 647 166 

French v. French (1756), 1 Dick. 268 1104 

Froston, In re (1883), 62 L. J. Q. B. 545 ; 11 Q. B. D. 545 ; 31 W. R. 804 . . 868 
Frioker's case, Re Bank of Hindustan (1871), L. R. 13 £q. 178 ; 41 L. J. 

Ch. 278 845 

Friend v. Lond. Chat. & D. Ry. M877),L.R. 2Ex.437; 46L. J.Ex.696. .597, 1186 
Frinsep (should be Prinsep) and E. India Co. v, Djoe Sombre (1832 should 

be 1866), 10 Moo. P. C. C. 285 140 

Frith, Re (1858), 27 L. J. P. & M. 6 ; 1 S. & T. 8 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 288 .... 700 

Frith V. Barker (1807), 2 Johns. 335 766 

Frost V. Holloway (1818), cited 1 Stark. Evid. 212 ; 2 Ph. Evid. 500 ... . 967 
Frost V. OHyer (1853), 2 E. & B. 301 ; 1 C. L. R. 1003 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 

363; 18Jur.l6fi 178 

Froude tr. Hobbs (1859), 1 Font. & Fin. 612 26 

Fry r. Chapman (1836), 6 Dowl. P. C. 266 287 

Fry r. HiU (1817), 7 Taun. 397 ; 18 R. R. 612 87 

Fry V. Wood (1731), 1 Atk. 445 828, 329 

Fryer v. Wiseman (1876), 45 L. J. Ch. 199 ; 24 W. R. 206 ; 33 L. T. 779. . 910 
Fuentes v. Montis (1868), L. R. 4 C. P. 93 ; 38 L. J. C. P. 96 ; 19 L. T. 

364; 17W.R.208 116 

Fuller V. Crittenden (1832), 9 Conn. 401 562, 744 

Fuller V. Fenwick (1846), 3 C. B. 705 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 79 ; 10 Jur. 1057 . . 1160 

Fuller V. Fotch (1695), Carth. 346 1050, 1064, 1059, 1103 

Fuller t>. Hampton (1824), 5 Conn. 416 616 

Fuller p. Pattrick (1849), 18 L. J. Q. B. 236 1211 

Fuller p. Prentice (1788), 1 H. Bl. 49 ; 2 R. R. 716 819 

Fuller V. Redman (1859), 26 Beav. 614 ; 29 L. J. Ch. 324; 6 Jur. N. S. 

1046 718 

Fulmerston v. Steward (1554), Plowden, 107a 658 

Fulton r. Andrew (1875), L. R. 7 H. L. 461 ; 44 L. J. P. & M. 23 ; 32 

L. T. 209; 23 W. R. 566 140 

Fulwood's, Lady, case (1637), Cro. Car. 483 ; 1 Chit. Or. L. 404 986 

Furlpy t'. Wood (1794), 1 Esp. 198 766 

Furlong V. Howard (1804), 2 Sch. & Lef . 115 321 

Furly i;. Newnham (1780), 2 Doug. 419 837 

Fumeaiix r. Hutchins (1778), 2 Cowp. 807 231 

Fumellv. Staokpoole (1829). Millward, 486 9, 1024 

Fumessv. Meek (1857), 27 L. J. Ex. 34 44, 47, 1204 

Fursdon v. Qogg (1842), 10 M. & W. 572 437 

Futcher v. Futcher (1881), 50 L. J. Ch. 736; 46 L. T. 306; 29 W. R. 

884 224 

Fyler v. Givens (1835), RUey, L. Cas. 56 669 

Fyson r. Chambers (1842), 9 M. & W. 460 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 190 117 

Fysonr. Kemp (1833), 6 C. & P. 71 1018 



Qabayv. lioyd (1825), 3 B. & C. 793 168 

Uabbett r. Clancy (1844-5), 8 Ir. L. R. 299 1040 

Oaddtr. Houghton (1877), 46 L. J. Ex. 71 ; 1 Ex. D. 357 768 

Ghiinsford r. Grammar (1809), 2 Camp. 9; 11 R. R. 648 606, 607 



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TABLE OF CASES CITED. Ixxxill 

FAda 

Oalbmlihi?. ^evffle (1776-6), 1 Doug. 6, n 1164, H65 

Oale«. Lindo (1887, should be 1687). 1 Vern. 476 639 

Q«le«.^Wmiam8on(l841), 8M. & W. 408; 10 L. J. Ex. 446 748,754 

(^aUwotthy r. Norman (1851), 21 L. J. Q. B. 70 1185 

^naDoque, The (1862), Lush. 448 168 

Ganer «. I^anesborough (1790), 1 Peake. 18 ; 3 R. R. 647 938 

GaniL f>. Free Fishers of Whitstable (1862), 20 G. B. N. S. 1 ; 35 L. J. C. 

P. 29 ; 12 L. T. 150 ; 13 W. R. o89 ; 11 H. L. Gas. 192 123 

Oazkn «. Gregory (1853), 22 L. J. Ch. 1059 ; 3 D. M. & G. 777 ; 18 Jur. 

1063; 2 :^. K. 484 ; 2 W. R. 484 142 

Oann v. Johnion (1863), 11 C. B. N. S. 387 ; 13 C. B. N. S. 859 123 

Omrbott v. Simpsoxi (1863), 32 L. J. M. 0. 186 ; 2 New R. 276 ; 8 L. T. 

423; II W. R. 761 961 

Oaitnas r. Ricaxdo (1844), 14 Sim. 265 ; 12 CI. & Fin. 368 1142 

Oarden r. Cresswell (1837), 2 M. & W. 319 ; 6 Duwl. 461 ; M. & H. 44. .816, 832 

Gfrardener r. Ennor (1866), 35 Bear. 649 136 

Oardner, Re (1858), 27 L. J. P. & M. 66; 1 S. & T. 109 866 

OaTdnerPeer. (1727), LeMarchant*8 Rep. 389, 432; Selw. N.P. 672— 674.. 101 

Gardner v. Croasdale (1760), 2 Burr. 904 207 

Gardners. Grout (1857), 2 C. B. N. S. 340 690 

Gardner «. McMahon (1842), 3 Q. B. 561 ; 2 G. & D. 693 ; 6 Jur. 712 ; 

11 L- J. Q.B. 297 710, 711 

Chizdner v. Moult (1839), 10 A. & E. 464 ; 2 P. & D. 403 500 

Gardner 9. Walsh (1855), 6 E. & B. 83 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 285 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 
g2g , ,, , , 1194 

GardomVErpaiteYls'osj, i6V^ 161 

Gareyv. Nicholson (1840), 24 Wend. 350 222, 479 

Garey r. Pyke (1839), 10 A, & E. 512; 2 P. & D. 427 222 

Garland, Re, Garland v, Beverley (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 711 ; 9 Ch. D. 213 ; 

38 L. T. 911 ; 26 W. R. 718 798 

GarhiDd v. Cope (1848), 11 Ir. L. R. 614 444 

Garhind r. Jaoomb (1873), L. R. 8 Ex. 216 ; 28 L. T. 877 ; 21 W. R. 868 647 

Garlandv. 8ooones(l798), 2E8p. 648 1032 

Garlochr. Geortner (1831), 7 Wend. 198 154 

Gamer v. Gamer (1860), 29 Beav. 116 ; 7 L. T. 182 798 

Garnet v. BaU (1822), 3 Stark. R. 160 499 

Gamett, In re, Gandy v. Maoaulay (1885), 31 Gh. D. 1 631 

Gamettr. Ferrand(1827), 6B. & C. 611 ; 8D. &R. 657 1099 

Gamett r. Woodcock (1817). 6 M. & S. 44 : 1 Stark. R. 475 33 

Gamier, Re (1872), L. R. 13 Eq. 632 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 419 : 20 W. R. 288 . . 1160 

GamoDS v. Barnard (179:)), 1 Anstr. 298 ; 3 Eagle & Y. 380 401 

Garraid V. Lewis (1882), 10 Q. B. D. 30 : 47 L. T. 408 1205 

Garrard v. Tuck (1849), 8 C. B. 231 ; 18 L. J. C. P. 338 ; 13 Jur. 871 127 

GarreUs r. Alexander (1801), 4 Enp. 37 1220, 1223 

Garrett v. Handley (1826), 4 B. & C. 664 ; 7 D. & R. 144 ; 1 C. & P. 483. 769 
Garth r. Howard (1832), 8 Bing. 451 ; 6 C. & P. 346 ; 1 Moo. & So. 628. .388, 

390 

Gartfdde 9. Outram (1856), 26 L. J. Ch. 115 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 39 592 

Gartside p. Silkstone, &o. Co. (1882), 21 Ch. D. 762 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 828 ; 47 

L. T. 76 ; 31 W. R. 36 133 

GaiTin r. Carroll (1847), 10 Ir. L. R. 330 957, 1013 

Gaa Light and Coke Co. v. Turner (1839-40), 5 Bing. N. C. 666 ; 6 Bing. 

N. C. 324; 7 Scott. 779; 8 Scott, 609 91 

Gaskill V. Skeene (1857), 19 L. J. Q. B. 275 ; 14 Q. B. 664 ; 14 Jur. 597 .. 525 

Gassr. Stinson (1837), 2 Sumn. 610 972 

Gathercole v. Miall (1846), 15 M. & W. 319 ; 15 L. J. Ex. 179 ; 10 Jur. 

337 803 

Gatty 9. FW (1877), L. R. 2 Ex. Diy. 265 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 606 ; 36 L. T. 

182; 25W.B.305 646 

Gaunt r. Johnson (1848), 6 Beay. 551 819 

Gaunt V. Wainman (1836), 3 Bing. N. C. 69 ; 3 Scott. 413; 2 Hodges, 

186 96, 1109 

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GhLiisden, Be (1862), 2 S. & T. 362 ; 31 L. J. P. 63 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 180 ; 6 

L. T. 767 699 

Gay r. Hill (1849), 18 L. J. Q. B. 12; 6 Dowl. & L. 422 734 

Gaze f>. Gaze (1843), 3 Curt. 451 696 

Geaoh v. Ingall (1846), 14 M. & W. 96 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 37 ; 9 Jar. 691 . .258, 269, 

273 

Geary v, Hopkms (1702), 2 Ld. Rajm. 851 997 

Geavee tr. Pnoe (1863), 32 L. J. P. & M. 113 : 3 S. & T. 71 704 

Gee r. Ward (1857), 7 E. & B. 509; 3 Jur. N. S. 692 404, 411 

GeiU r. Jeremy (1827), M. & M. 61 82 

Geils V. Geils (1852), 1 Macq. 36, 256 ; 1 Paterson, 1 1144 

General De Caen, The (1856), Swa. 9 178 

Gen. Steam Nav. Co. v. Brit, and Col. St. Nav. Co. (1869), L. R. 3 Ex. 330; 

L. R. 4 Ex. 238 ; 37 L. J. Ex. 194 ; 38 L. J. Ex. 97 ; 20 L. T. 681 ; 17 

W. R. 741 178 

Gen. Steam Nay. Co. v. Guillou (1843), 11 M. & W. 877 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 

168 1 143, 1146, 1162 

Gen. Steam Nav. Co. v. Hedley (1869), L. R. 3 P. C. 44 ; 39 L. J. Adm. 

20 ; 21 L. T. 686 ; 18 W. R. 264 : 6 Moore, P. C. C. N. S. 263 6 

Gen. Steam Nav. Co. v. Loud, and Ed. Ship. Co. (1877), 2 Ex. D. 467 ; 47 

L. J. Ex. 77 ; 36 L. T. 743 ; 25 W. R. 694 41 

Gen. Steam Nav. Co. v. Mann (1866), 14 C. B. 127 ; 22 L. T. (O. S.) 223 ; 

2W.R.164 6 

Gen. Steam Nav. Co. v. Morriaon (1856), 13 C. B. 581 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 179. . 6 

Genese, In re. Ex parte Gilbert (188o). 3 Morrell, B. R. 223 964, 966 

Gening v. The State (1822), 1 MoC. 673 267 

George's Estate, Re, King r. George (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 670; 36 L. T. 

759; 26W.R.638 808 

George f. Pritohard (1826), Ry. & M. 417 773 

George v, Surrey (1830), 1 M. & M. 516 1220 

George v, Thompson (1836), 4 Dowl. 656 814 

Geralopulo v. Wider (1861), 10 C. B. 712 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 106 ; 16 Jur. • 

N s 316 290 299 

GerishV. Chartier'(1846J, 1 C. B.' 13 ; 1*4 L.J." C P. 84 ;' 9 Jur. 69.'. .. . . * 242 
German Mining Co., Re (1853), 22 L. J. Ch. 926 ; 4 De G. M. & G. 19 . . 160 
Germania, The (1868), 37 L. J. Adm. 69 ; 19 L. T. 20 ; 21 L. T. 44 .... 364 

Gervis v. Grand West. Canal Co. (1816), 5 M. & Sel. 76 1166 

Gery v. Redman (1876), L. R. 1 Q. B. D. 161 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 267 ; 24 

W. R. 270 112, 444 

Geyer i;. Aquilar (1798), 7 T. R. 696 ; 4 R. R. 543 1103 

Geyerv. Irwin (1790), 4 Dall. 107 871 

Gibblehouse v. Strong (1832), 3 Rawle, 437 443, 611 

Gibbon v. Budd (1863), 32 L. J. Ex. 182 ; 2 H. & C. 92 ; 9 Jur. N. 8. 

626; 8L.T.321 620 

Gibbon v. Featherstonhaugh (1816), 1 Stark. R. 226. . . .- 154 

Gibbon v. Young (1818), 2 Mor.re (C. P.), 224 763 

Gibbon's case (1734), 17 How. St. Tr. 810 1176 

Gibbons r. Powell (1840), 9 C. & P. 634 314 

Gibbons v. Wilcox (1817), 2 Stark. R. 43 494 

Gibbs 9. Cruikshank (1873), L. R. 8 C. P. 461 ; 42 L. J. C. P. 273 ; 28 

L. T. 736 ; 21 W. R. 734 1118 

Gibbs V. Fremont (1863), 9 Ex. 26 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 302 ; 17 Jur. 820 48 

Gibbs r. Guild (1882), 9 Q. B. D. 69 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 313 ; 46 L. T. 248 ; 

30W. R. 691 71 

Gibbs r. PhiUipson (1829), 1 Russ. & My. 19 867 

Gibbe v. Pike (1842), 9 M. & W. 361, 360, 361; 1 Dowl. N. S. 409; 12 

L.J. Ex. 267; 6 Jur. 466 85, HI, 1231 

Gibbs V. Ralph (1846), 14 M. & W. 804 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 7 1139 

Gibson v. Doeg (otherwise Doey) (1858), 27 L. J. Ex. 37 ; 2 H & N. 615. . 128 
Gibson «. East India Co. (1839), 6 Bing. N. C. 269 ; 1 Am. 493 ; 7 Scott, 

74 ; 8 Jur. 66 640, 642, 644 

Gibson v. Holland (1866), 36 L. J. C. P. 5 : 1 H. ft R. 1 ; L. R. 1 C. P. 

1; 11 Jur. N.S. 1022; 13L. T. 293; 14 W. R. 86 672,678 

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Gibson 9. Hanter (1794), 2 H. Bl. 288 ; 6 Bro. P. C. 235, 256 242 

Gibson V. M'Carty (1736), Gas. temp. Hardwioke, 311 1116 

Gibeon v. Small (1863), 4 H. L. Gas. 396; 1 C. L. R. 363; 17 Jur. 

1 131 770, 771 

Gilbert v, Endean (1878), 9 Oh. D. 269 ; 39 L. T. 404 ; 27 W. R. 252. . . . 914 
Gflbert v. Smith (1876), 2 Ch. D. 686 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 614 ; 36 L. T. 43 ; 24 

W. R. 668 634 

Gilberts. Sykefl (1812), 16 East, 164 ; 14 R. R. 327 682 

Gilchrist V. Bale (1839), 8 Watts, 356 374, 376 

GUdea r. Brien (1821), 10 Ip. C. L. R. 230 866 

Giles V. Djson (1815), 1 Stark. R. 32 ; 18 R. R. 743 663 

Giles f. Siney (1864), 3 New R. 78 : 11 L. T. 310 ; 13 W. R. 92 1032 

Giles V. Warren (1872), L. R. 2 P. & D. 401 ; 41 L. J. P. 69; 26 L. T. 

780; 20 W. R. 827 703,706 

Gillanders r. Ld. Rossmore (1836), Jones, 604 683 

Gillaid V. Bates (1840), 6 M. & W. 647 ; 8 Dowl. 774 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 171 . . 611 

Gillespie r. Camming (1841), Long. & T. 181 1031 

GiUespie v. Moon (1817), 2 Johns. Ch. (Am.), 686 749 

Gillespie V. Rossel (1869), 3 Macq. 767 ; 1 Paterson, 877 1139 

Gillett «. Abbott (1862), 3 N. & P. 24 ; 7 A. & E. 783 ; 2 Jnr. 300 ; 1 W. 

W. & H. 89 .' 96 

Gillett 9. Gane (1870), L. R. 10 Eq. 29 ; 39 L. J. Ch 818 ; 18 W. R. 423 ; 

22 L. T. 68. . .- 798 

Gilliati;. Gxlliat (1860), 28 Bear. 481 804 

GiUiesr. Smither (1819), 2 Stark. R. 628 1208 

Gillisf. Gillis (1874). L R. 8 Eq. 697 179 

GiUman v, Connor (1840), 2 Jebb & Sy. 210 36 

Gilpin 9. Fowler (1854), 9 Ex. 616 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 162 ; 18 Jnr. 292 Ill 

Girand f>. Richmond (1846), 2 C. B. 835 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 180 681, 763 

Gisbome v. Hart (1839), 6 M. & W. 60 ; 7 Dowl. 402 ; 8 Jnr. 636 ; 8 

L. J. Ex. 197 1038 

Givens 9. Bradley (1813), 3 Bibb, 192 262 

Gladwellv. Turner (1869), 39 L. J. Ex. 31; 6 L. R. Ex. 69; 21 L. T. 

674; 18W.R.317 32 

Glannibanta, The (1876), 1 P. Div. 283 ; 34 L. T. 934 ; 24 W. R. 1033 . . 1234 

Glass V. Beach (1833), 6 Verm. 172 324 

Glaye v, Wentworth (1844), 6 Q. B. 173, n 481 

Gleadow v. Atkin (1833), 1 C. & M. 424 ; 3 l>r. 289 ; 2 L. J. Ex. 153 . . 436, 

445, 461, 462 

Glencaim Peer. (1796). 1 Macq. 444 180 

GlengaU, E. of, v. Barnard (1836), 1 Keen, 769 ; 6 L. J. Ch. 26 806 

Glenister r. Harding, In re Turner (1886), 29 Ch. D. 985 ; 64 L. J. Ch. 

1089 ; 63 L. T. 628 420, 1170 

Glenorchy «. Bosville (1733), Cas. temp. Talbot, 3 ; 1 White & T. L. C. 1 666 

Glerawley's, Ld., oase (1821), Macq. Prac. H. L. 629 603 

Glossop r. Heston and Xsleworth Local Board (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 536 ; 26 

W. R. 433 911 

Glossop r. Jacob (1815), 1 Stark. N. P. R. 69 ; 4 Camp. 227 16 

Glossop V. Pole (1814), 3 M. & Sel. 175 1102 

Glover v. Hall (1848), 2 PhiUips, 484 1183 

Glubb V, Edwards (1840), 2 liL & Rob. 300 1213 

Glyn V. Cauifield (1861), 3 Mac. & G. 463 ; 16 Jur. 807 699 

Glynv. Honston (1836), 1 Keen, 329 ; 6 L. J. Ch. 129 997 

Glynn v. Bk. of England (1750), 2 Yes. sen. 38 435, 448 

Goate r. Goate (1866), 1 H. & N. 29 710 

Goblet 9. Beechey (1829), 3 Sim. 24 ; Wigr. Wills, 187 762, 786, 786 

Godaid V. Gray (1870), 40 L. J. Q. B. 62 ; L. R. 6 Q. B. 139 ; 24 L. T. 

89 ; 19 W. R. 348 1147 

Goddazd's case (1684), 4 Co. Rep. 44 96 

Goddazdv. Parr (1865), 24 L. j! Ch. 783 948, 949 

Godefroyv. Dalton (1830), 6 Bing. 460 39 

Godefroyr. Jay (1827), 3 C. & P. 192 1031 

6od&«y V, Maoanlay (1796), Pea. R. 166, n. ; 3 R. R. 672, n 1096 

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Godfrey f. Tnrnbull (1796). 1 Esp. 371 1095 

Godson f . Smith (1818), 2 Moore, C. P. 157 ; 19 R. R. 5^)3 1116 

Godte V. Rose (1855), 17 C. B. 229 ; 25 L. J. G. P. 61 ; 1 Jar. N. S. 1173. 769 

Godwin «. Oulley (1859). 4 H. & N. 373 711,713 

Godwin 9. Franois (1870), 39 L. J. 0. P. 121 ; L. R. 6 C. P. 121 ; 22 L. T. 

338 67i» 778 

Goff V, Gt. North. Rj. Co. (1869). 30 L. J. Q. B. 148; 3 E. & E. 672; 7 

Jur.N.S.286; 3L.T.850 643 

Goff V. Mills (1844), 2 Dowl. & L. 23 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 227 ; 8 Jar. 758 .. . 831, 

832, 833 
Goffin V. DoneUy (1881), 6 Q. B. D. 307 ; 50 L. J. Q. B. 303 ; 44 L. T. 

141; i^W.n.UO; 45 J. P. 439 865,860 

Gold Co., Re, The (1879), 12 Ch. D. 77 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 660 ; 40 L. T. 865 ; 

27 W. R. 757 846 

Gold v. Canham (1678-9), cited in note to Kennedy v. Cassillis, 2 Swans. 

326 1154 

Golden v. Gillam (1882), 51 L. J. Ch. 154 ; 46 L. T. 222 ; 20 Ch. D. 389 ; 

51 L. J. Ch. 503 135 

Goldicatt v. Townsend (1860), 28 Beav. 446 679 

Goldie V. Shattleworth (180")» 1 Camp. 70 475 

Goldin^ V. Wharton Salt Works (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 374 ; 34 L. T. 474; 24 

"W R 423 193 

Goldshede v. Swan (1847), 1 Ex.* "liiV 16 L.* J.* Ex.* 284* .*.' !.'!!'.! .' .'!.'! ! .' ! 786 
Goldstein v. Fobs (1827), 6 B. & C. 154 : I M. & P. 402 ; 2 Y. & J. 146 ; 

9D. &R. 197; 4 Bing. 489; 2 C. & P. 252 46 

Goldthorpe r. Hardman (1845), 13 M. & W. 377 ; 2 Dowl. & L. 442; 14 

L. J. Ex. 61 86 

Gomm V. Parratt (1867), 26 L. J. C. P. 279; 3 C. B. N. S. 47; 3 Jur. 

N. S. 1150 1183 

Gompertz v. Bartlett (1863), 2 E. & B. 849 ; 2 C. L. R. 395 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 

65 ; 18 Jar. 266 222, 776 

Goodall V. Little (1861), 20 L. J. Ch. 132 ; 1 Sim. N. S. 156 699, 601, 606 

Goode r. Job (1868), 28 L. J. Q. B. 1 ; 1 E. & E. 6 ; 6 Jar. N. S. 145. .721, 966 
Goodered v. Armour (1842), 3 Q. B. 956; 3 G. & D. 206 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 66 318 

Goodierv. Lake (1737), 1 Atk. 446 306 

Goodinr. Smith (1831), MUw. 243 1108 

Goodinge r. Goodinge (1749), 1 Ves. sen. 231 789 

Goodman's Trasts (1880), 14 Ch. D. 619 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 806 ; 43 L. T. 14 ; 

28 W. R. 902 145 

Goodman r. Chase (1818), 1 B. & Aid. 297; 19 R. R. 322 677 

Goodman v. Goodman (1859), 28 L. J. Ch. 746 ; 6 Jar. N. S. 902 .... 149, 378 

Goodman r. Griffiths (1857), 1 H & N. 574 ; 26L.J.Ex.415 671,672 

Goodman r. Harvey (1864), 3 New R. 612 1185 

Goodman v Saltash, Mayor of (1882), 7 Q. B. D. 106 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 608; 

46 L. T. 120; 29 W. R. 639; 45 J. P. 844 123 

Goodrich r. Stevens (1871), 6 Lan«. (N. Y.) 230 763 

Goodright «. Cordwent (1796), 6 T. K. 219; 3R.R. 161 622 

Goodright «. Davids (1778), 2 Cowp. 803 622 

Goodrightf?. Harwood (1774-6), 2 W. Bl. 937; 3 Wils. 497 704 

Goodright v. Hicks (1801), Bailer N. P. 296 ; (nom. Doe v. Walker, 4 Esp. 

N. P. 60) 262 

Goodright v. Hodges (1773), Watkins on Copyholds, 227 ; 2 East, 534, n.. 667 

Goodright r. Moss (1777), 2 Cowp. 591 408, 413, 414, 418, 424, 621 

Goodright f». Saal(1791), 4 T. R. 356 ; 2 R. R. 409 422 

Goodright v. Straphan (1774), 1 Cowp. 201, 204; Shep. Touch. 63 1206 

Goodtitle v. Baldwin (1809), 11 East, 488; 11 R. R. 249; Preface, y, li.. 123, 

269 

Goodtitle i;. Braham (1792), 4 T. R. 498 9SI, 1228 

Goodtitle V. Dew (1802), Pea. Add. Cas. 204 897 

Goodtitle r. Jones (1796), 7 T. R. 47 127 

GoodtiUe «. MUbam (1837), 2 M. & W. 853 ; M. & H. 207 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 

209 146 

Goodtiilev. Soathem (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 299 801 

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Goodwin V. Unbbaid (1818), 15 Mass. 218, n 667 

Goodwin v. Lordcm (1835), 1 A. & E. 378 ; 2 Dowl. P. C. 504 ; 8 N. & M. 

879 870 

Goodwin v. Robarts (1876), 1 App. Cas. 476 ; 45 L. J. Ex. 748 ; 35 L. T. 

179; 24 W. R. 987 6,543 

Goodwin 9. Went (1637), Cw). Car. 522 819, 820 

Goodwyn r. Cheveley (1859), 4 H. & N. 631 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 298 ; 33 L. T. 

284; 7 W. B. 631; 1 P. & F, 31:* 87 

Goold V. White (1854), Kay, 683 ; 2 Eq. R. 1 100 180 

Goomv. Aflalo (1826), 6 B. &C. 117; 9 D. & R. 148 297 

Gordon's oaae (1814), 2 M. & Sel. 582 836 

Gordon*8, Lord George, trial (1781), 21 How. St. Tr. 542 377 

Gordon v. Gordon (1871), L. R. 5 H. L. 254 741 

Gordon v. Lord Rcay (1832), 6 Sim. 274 701 

Gordon V. Secretan (1807), 8 East, 548 1211 

Goto, Re (1843), 3 Curt. 758 698 

Gove V. Bethel (I858), 12 Moore, P. C. C. 180 177 

Gore 9, BowMor (1851), 5 De G. & 8m. 30 ; S.C, sub nom. Gore v. Harris, 

21 L. J. Oh. 10; 15 Jur. 1168 608 

Gore V. Gaba^an (1819), Hiiw. 220 140 

Gore 9. Harria (see Gore r. Bowser). 

Gorer. Hawsey (1862), 8 F. &F. 509 ..^ 526 

Gore 9. Wri>^ht (1838), 8 A. ^ E. 118; 3 N. & P. 343 661 

Gorfaam v. Canton (1828), 5 Greenl. 266 377 

Gorrii^en 9. Perrin (1867), 27 L. J. C. P. 29; 2 C. B. N. S. 681 ; 3 Jur. 

N. 8. 867 768 

Gorton r. Dyson (1819), 1 B. & B. 219 ; 3 Moore (C. P.), 558 1046 

GoebeU r. Aitsher (1835), 2 A. & E. 500 729 

Gorfoid, Ld., ». Robb (1845), 8 Ir. L. R. 217 292,646 

Goidinv. Gorry (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 342; 8 Scott, N. R. 21 1231 

Gosling r. Bimie (1831), 7 Bing. 346 ; 5 M. & P. 160 545 

QosB 9. Ld. Nugent (1833), 5 B. & Ad. 64 ; 2 N. & M. 28 ; Wigr. Wills, 5 ; 

2Ph. E^. 339 743, 751, 752, 758 

Goes 9. Quinton (1842), 3 M. ft Gr. 825 ; 4 Scott, N. R. 471 ; 12 L. J. 

C P 17^ 481 

Goes 9'. Watiington (Isi'l),' SB. & b! 132 ;" 6 Moore* C. P. 355 .*.'.'.*.V.'.437, 508 
Goeeet V. Howard (1847), 10 Q. B. 453; 16 L. J. Q. B. 345; 11 Jur. 

750 83 132 841 

GottrVGaJidyVl853),*2"E. & B.V46; '2*6.' L^^ b! 1 ; ' 

18 Jur. 310 774 

Goody V. Dunoombe (1847), 1 Ex. 430 : 5 D. & L. 209 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 76. . 36 
Gould p. CoombH (1845). 1 C. B. 543 ; 14 L. J. C. P. 175 ; 9 Jur. 494. .. . 1194 

Gould 9. Gould (1830), 6 Wood. 263 160 

Gould p. Lakes (1880), 49 L J. P. & M. 59 ; L. R. 6 P. Div. 1 790 

Gould r. Shirley (1829), 2 Moo. & P. 681 712 

Gould (should be Goold) 9. White (1854), Kay, 683 ; 2 Eq. Rep. 1100. .. . 180 

Gouldie 9. Gunston (1816), 4 Camp. 381 542 

Oonldsworth r. Knights (1843), 11 M. & W. 337 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 283 98 

Gouthwaite, Ex parte {$ee Re North of England Joint Stock Co.). 

Gover, £x parte (1^76), 45 L. J. Ch. 95 ; 1 Ch. D. 182 ; 33 L. T. 619 ; 24 

W.R.125 1233 

Governor p. Bell (1819), 3 Murph. 331 1178 

Governor p. Jeflrvys (1820). 1 Hawks. 207 1178 

Gowan. r. Foster (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 607 717 

Grsdy*s case, Re British Provident Life Ass. Socy. (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 

826; I De G. J. 4 S. 488 134 

Graham, Re (1863), 32 L. J. P. & M. 113; 3 S. & T. 69 704 

Graham r. Birkenhead Ry. Co. (1850), 2 Mao. & G. 146 ; 12 Bear. 460 ; 

2 H. AT. 450 588 

Graham p. Cox (1848), 2 C. & K. 702 154 

Qraham p. Dyster (1816), 2 Stark. R. 23 956, 1191 

Graham p. Glover (1855), 25 L. J. Q. B. 10; 6 E. & B. 591 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

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Grahams. Hope (1795), Pea. R. 154; 3 B.R. 671 1096 

Graham V. Oldis (l858), 1 F. & F. 262 812 

Graham v. Whiohelo (1832), 1 C. & M. 188; 3 Tyt. 201 ; 2 L. J. Ex. 

70 660 

Grahame r. Grahame (1887), 19 L. R. Ir. 249 739, 784 

Grand Juno. Can. Co. v. Dimes (1850), 12 Beav. 63 ; 2 H. & T. 92 ; 2 Mao. 

& G. 285 ; 19 L. J. Ch. 345 1 147 

Grant v. Bagge (1802), 3 East, 128 ; 6 R. R. 53 ) 18 

Grant. r. Fletcher (1826), 5 B. & C. 436 ; 8 D. & R. 59 297 

Grant V. (Jould (1792), 2 H. Bl. 100; 3R R. 342 1103 

Grant v. Grant (1839), 2 Curt. 16 608 

Grant v. Grant (1865), 34 Beav. 623; 34 L. J. Ch. 641 ; 12 L. T. 721 ; 18 

W. R. 1057 681 

Grant v. Grant (1869), L. R. 2 P. & D. 8 ; 39 L. J. P. & M. 17 ; 21 L. T. 

697 ; 18 W. R. 230 739, 740 

Grant v. Grant (1870), L. R. 5 C. P. 727 ; 39 L. J. C. P. 272 ; 22 L. T. 

821; lsW.R.9ol 784 

Grant v. Jackson (1793), Pea R. 20( 493, 494, 517, 551 

Grant v. M'Lachlin (1809), 4 Johns. 34 1160 

Grant v. Maddox (1846), 15 M. & W. 737 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 227 768 

Grant v. Moser (1843), 5 M. & Gr. 129 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 46 ; 2 Dowl. N. S. 

923 ; 12 L. J. C. P. 146 ; 7 Jur. 854 17 

Ghrant v, Thompson (1822)« 4 Conn. 203 931 

Gravenor r. Woodhouse (1824), 1 Bing. 38 ; 7 Moore, 289 99 

Graves r. Key (1832), 2 B. & Ad. 313 662 

Graves v. Legg (1857), 11 Ex. 642; 2 H. & N 210 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 316 ; 3 

Jur. N. S. 619 167 

Graves v. M'Carthv (1838), Crawf. & I). Abr. C. 127 868, 869 

Graves v. Weld (1833), 6 B. & Ad. 105 ; 2 N. & M. 725 686, 687 

Gray f. Bartholomew, (1894) 14 R. (Feb.) 254; (1895) 1 Q. B. 209 ; 71 

L. T. 867; 43W. R. 177, 64 L. J. Q. B. 125 636 

Gray ». Boswell (1862), 13 Ir. Ch. R. 77 749 

Grayf. Cookson (1812), 16 East, 13 1100 

Grayr. Dinnen (1840), 2 Jebb & Sy. 265 39 

Grayr. Gardner (1807), 3 Mass. 399 122 

Grayf?. Haig (1855), 20 Beav. 219 108 

Gray V. Harper (1841), 1 Story, R. 674 783 

Gray V. Palmers (1794), 1 Esp. 135 494 

Gray v. Pearson (1851), 6 H. L. Cas. 106 741 

Gray r. Pentland (1815), 2 Serg. & R. 23 619 

Gray v. Smith (1890), 43 Ch. D. 208 ; 59 L. J. Ch. 145 ; 62 L. T. 336 ; 38 

W. R. 310 672, 682 

Gray r. Warner (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 656; L. R. 16 Eq. 677 ; 28 L. T. 836 ; 

21 W. R. 808 136 

Gray t'. Younff (1823), 4 M'C. 31 374 

Grayson v. Amnson (1752), 2 Ves. sen. 459 : Dick. 158 700, 1216 

Great Fastem, The (1868), L. R. 2 Adm. 88 ; 17 L. T. 667 179 

Great North. Ry. Co. v. Sheppard (1852), 8 Ex. 30 ; 7 Railw. Cas. 310 ; 21 

L.J. Ex. 286 162 

Great West. Ry. Co. v. Bennett (1867), 36 L. J. Q. B. 133 ; L. R 2H. L. 

27 ; 16 L. T. 186 ; 15 W. R. 647 114 

Great West. Ry. Co. v. Willis (1865), 34 L. J. C. P. 195 ; 18 C. B. N. S. 

748 388 

Greaves v, Ashlin (1813), 3 Camp. 426 ; 14 R. R. 771 767 

Greaves v, Fleming (1879), 48 L. J. Q. B. 335 ; 4 Q. B. D. 226 ; 27 W. R. 

458 636 

Greaves v. Greenwood (1877), 46 L. J. Ex. 252 ; 2 Ex. D. 289 ; 36 L. T. 

1 ; 25 W. R. 639 171 

Greaves v. Hunter (1826), 2 C. & P. 477 1222 

Greaves r. Legg (1857), 11 Ex. 642 ; 2 H. & N. 210 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 316; 8 

Jur. N S. 519 167 

Greaves v. Tufield (1880), 14 Ch. D. 563 ; 50 L. J. Ch. 118 ; 43 L. T. 100 ; 

28 W. R. 840 737 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. Ixxxix 

PAOS 

0»«ly •. Smith (1846), 1 Woodb. & M. 181 1109, 1138 

OT«en«. Brown (1744), 2 Str. 1199 176 

OTeea «. Cresswell (1839), 10 A. & E. 453 ; 2 P. & D. 430 678 

areoatr. Gatewiok (1673), BuU. N. P. 243 830 

Oreenv. Green (1873). 43 L. J. P. &M. 6; L. R. 3 P. & D. 121 1119 

areen v. Howard (1779), 1 Bro. C. C. 31 789 

Green o. Humphreys (1884), 53 L. J. Ch. 625 ; 26 Ch. D. 474 ; 51 L. T. 

42 711 

(}reen V. Jacknon (1865), Pea. R. 236 150 

Green v. Kopke (1856), 18 C. B. 549 ; 25 L. J C. P. 297 161 

Qreen «. London Gen. Omn. Co. (1859), 29 L. J. C. P. 13 ; 7 C. B. N. S. 

200 ; 6 Jnr. N. S. 228 ; 2 L. T. 95 : 8 W. R. 88 643 

Qreen «. Ld. PeDz<ince (1881), 6 App. Cas. 657 ; 51 L. J. Q. B. 25 ; 45 

Lu T. 353 ; 30 W. R. 218 ; 46 J. P. 115 846 

Green r. New River Co. (1792), 4 T. R. 590 1096 

Green v. Tribe (1878), 9 Ch. D. 231 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 783 ; 38 L. T. 914 ; 27 

W. R. 39 701 

Green v. Waller (1703), 2 Ld. Raym. 893 8 

Green V. Weaver (1827), 1 Sim. 404 541 

Greenawaj, £x parte (1802), 6 Yes. 812 308 

Greeoiah v. White (1861), 31 L. J. C. P. 93 : 11 C. B. N. S. 209 ; 8 Jur. 

N. 8, 563 649 

Greenlaw w. King (1838), 3 Beav. 49 601 

Greenongh v, Eodes (1859), 5 C. B. N. S. 786 ; 28 L. J. C. P. 160 ; 5 Jnr. 

N. 8. 766 938 

Greeoongh v. Gaakell (1833), 1 My. & E. 100 ; Cooper (temp. Brougham), 

96 591, 693, 594, 606, 608, 610 

Greeoongh v, M'aeUand (1861), 30 L. J. Q. B. 15; 2 E. & E. 424; 2 

L. T. 571; 8 W. R. 612; 6 Jur. N. S. 772 768 

Gieenshield «. Pritohard (1841), 8 M. & W. 148 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 295 872 

GieeDshields v. Crawford (1842), 1 Dowl. N. 8. 439 ; 9 M. & W. 314 : 6 

Jm-. 303 1216, 1219 

Greenwich Bd. of Works «. Maadslay (1870), L. R. 5 Q. B. 397 ; 39 L. J. 

Q. B. 205 ; 23 L. T. 121 ; 18 W. ia. 948 124 

Gregg's case (1708), 14 How. St. Tr. 1375 558 

Gregg 9. WeUs (1839), 10 A. & E. 98; 2 P. & D. 296 537, 542 

Gregory's Settkn., Re (1865), 34 Beav. 600 ; 13 W. R. 828 798 

Giegory v. Doidge (1827), 3 Bing. 474 ; 11 Moore (C. P.), 394 ^ 99 

Gregory r, Howard (1800), 3 Enp. 113 616 

Gregory i?. Marychoroh (1850), 12 Beav. 398 ; 19 L. J. Ch. 289 ; 13 Jnr. 

1019 920 

Gr^ory p. Parker (1808), 1 Camp. 394 ; 10 R. R. 712 504 

Gr^ory v. Queen's Proctor (1846), 4 Notes of Cases (Eoc. & Mar.), 620 . . 141 

Gregory r. Tavemor (1833), 6 C. & P. 281 927, 928 

Gregorys Thomas (1811), 2 Bibb, 286 252 

Gregory 9. West Mid. Ry- Co. a864), 38 L. J. Ex. 156 ; 2 H. & C. 944 ; 

10 Jnr. N. 8. 243 ; 12W.R.628 722 

Gregaonc. Ruok (1843), 4 Q. B. 737 298 

OreUier 9. Neale (1790), 1 Peake, 198; 3 R. R. 669 134 

Ofemaire V. Le Clerk Bois Valon (1809), 2 Camp. 144 150 

Grenfellv. GKrdletftone (1837). 2 Y. & C. Ex. 676 713 

Greeham Hotel Co. r. Manning (1867), Jr. R. 1 C. L. 126 369 

Greeley r. Mousley (1861), 3 De G. F. & J. 433 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 537 92 

Greeley v. Mousley (1869), 28 L. J. Ch. 620 ; 1 Giff. 450 ; 4 De G. & J. 

78 136 

GreTea, Re (1859), 28 L. J. P. & M. 28 ; 1 S. & T. 250 ; 7 W. R. 86 .... 701 

Greville v. Chapman (1844), 6 Q. B. 731 ; D. & M. 553 934 

Greville p. Stnlx (1847), 11 Q. B. 1004; 17 L. J. Q. B. 14; 12 Jur. 49.. 347, 1037 

Gieville 9. Tylee (1851). 7 Moo. P. C. C. 320 140, 142, 707 

\ Grew V, Hill (1849), 3 Ex. 801 ; 6 Dowl. & L. 6B4 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 317 533 

\ G«r(»honldbeGray)r. Young(1823), 4M»C. 31 874 

' Orioe 9. Richardson (1877), 47 L. J. P. C. 48 ; 3 App. Cas. 319 ; 37 L. T. 

677; 26W.B.358 689 



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ZC TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

Griffin «. Brown (1824), 2 Pick. 304 lOW 

Griffith, In re, Carr r. Griffith (1879), 12 Ch. D. 655 ; 4 1 L. T. 640 139 

Griffith V. Daviee (1833), 6 B. & Ad. 602 602, 607 

Griffith V. Rioketts (1849), 7 Hare, 303 ; 19 L. J. Gh. 399 ; 14 Jur. 326. .321, 942 

Griffiths, Ex parte (1822), 6 B. & Aid. 730 887 

Griffiths r. Griffiths (1871), L. R. 2 P. & D. 300 ; 41 L. J. P. li ; 25 L. T. 

674 ; 20 W. R. 192 700 

Griffiths V. Jenkins (1864), 3 New R. 489 683 

Griffiths V. Lond. & St. Eath. Docks Co. (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 259 ; 63 L. J. 

Q. B. 504; 61 L. T. 633 ; 33 W. R. 36 ; 49 J. P. 100 778 

Griffiths 9. BAghy (1856), 1 H. & N. 237; 26 L. J. Ex. 284 43 

Griffiths r. Williams (1787), 1 T. R. 710 606 

Griffitsv. Ivory (1840), 11 A. &E. 322; 3 P. & D. 179 1226 

Griffits V. Payne (1839), 11 A. & E. 131 ; 3 P. & D. 1079 281 

Grigg's case (1672), T. Raym. 1 ; 1 Hale, 693 ; 3 Russ. C. & M. 316, 

621 888, 889, 893 I 

Grill V. Gen. Iron Screw Collier Co. (1866), L. R. 1 C. P. 600 ; 35 L. J. 

C. P. 321 ; 1 H. & R. 664 ; 14 L. T.711 ; 14 W. R. 893 ; 12 Jnr. N. S. 

727 347 

Grimaniv. Draper (1848), 6 Notes of Cases (Eoo. & M.) 421, 441 170, 263 

Grimmanf'. Legge (1828), 8 B. & C. 324 ; 2 M. & R. 438 660 

Grimwood p. Bartels (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 788 ; 25 W. R. 143 1160 

Grimwood v. Cozens (I860), 2 S. & T. 364 : 6 Jur. N. S. 497 143 

Grimwood r. Mos.-* (1872), L. R. 7 C. P. 360 ; 41 L. J. C. P. 239 ; 27 L. T. 

268; 20W.R.972 622 

Grindell v. Godmond (1836), 6 A. & E. 766 ; 1 N. & P. 168 ; 2 H. ft W. 

339 166 

Grinnell «. Wells (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 1033 ; 8 Scott, N. R. 741 ; 2 DowL ft 

L. 610; 40 L.J. C. P. 19; 8 Jur. 1101 253 

Gripper v. Bristow (1840), 6 M. ft W. 807 ; 8 Dowl. 797 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 

324 738 

Grissell V. Bristowe (1868), L. R. 4 C. P. 36 ; 38 L. J. C. P. 10 ; 19 L. T. 

N. S. 390; 17 W. R. 123 168 

Groenvelt v. Burrell (1696-7), 1 Ld. Raym. 253 ; Carth. 421 987 

Grose r. West (1816), 7 Taun. 39; 17 R. R. 437 112 

Grosvenor v. Sherratt (1860), 28 Beav. 659 ; 6 Jnr. N. S. 1 228 137 

GrounselU. Lamh (1836), 1 M. ft W. 362 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 154 222 

Grove©. Ware (1817), 2 Stark. R. 174 317 

Groves v. Groves (1829), 3 Y. ft J. 170 666 

Guardhouse v. Blackburn (1866), L. R. 1 P. & D. 109 ; 36 L. J. P. ft M. 

116; 12 Jur. N. S. 278 ; 14 L. T. 69 ; 14 W. R. 403 140, 141 

Gudgen v, Besset (1856), 26 L. J. Q. B. 86 ; 6 E. ft B. 986 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 

212 ... . ..746 1204 

Guest p.Elwes* (1836)V6 A* ft E. liV V.V.V.W. ........./.... ... ... . . .' 194 

Guest V. Warren (1854), 23 L. J. Ex. 121 ; 9 Ex. 379 ; 2 C. L. R. 979 ; 18 

Jur. 133 1 120 

Guidon V. Robson (1809), 2 Camp. 302 ; 11 R. R. 713 640 

Guierr. O'Daniel (1806), 1 Binn. 349, n 179 

Guild's case (1828), 5 Malst. 168 660, 663, 664, 666, 571 

Gull 9. Lindsay (1849), 4 Ex. 45 : 18 L. J. Ex. 356 192, 677 

Gully V. Bp. of Exeter (1828), 4 Bing. 298 ; 12 Moore, C. P. 491 302, 514 

Gumm V. Tyrie (1864), 83 L. J. Q. B. 108 ; 4 B. ft S. 680 741 

Gimr. McCarthy (1884), 13 L. R. Ir. 304 746, 760 

Gunn r. Roberts (1874), L. R. 9 C. P. 331 ; 43 L. J. C. P. 233 ; 80 L. T. 

424 ; 22 W. R. 652 178 

Gurford v. Bayley (1842), 3 M. ft Gr. 781 ; 4 Scott, N. R. 398 ; 1 DowL 

N. S. 619; 11 L. J. C. P. 105 190, 192 

Gumey V. Langlands (1822), 6 B. ft A. 330 1228 

Gurr V. Rutton (1816), Holt, N. P. R. 327 373 

Gutsole r. Mathers (1836), 1 M. ft W. 602 ; 2 Gale, 64 ; 5 Dowl. P. C. 69 ; 

1 T. ft G. 694; 6L. J. Ex. 274 220 

Guy r. Sharpe (1833), 1 Myl. ft K. 602 784 

Guy V. West (1808), 2 Sel. N. P. 1244 113 

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TABLE OF OASES OITED. XGL 

PAOB 

£117 Hannermyr, The (1882), 7 P. D. 132 ; 61 L. J. Adm. 67 ; 46 L. T. 

906 ; 30 'W. R. 836 ; 4 Aap. M. 0. 663 178 

OwiUim V. OwilUm (1860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 31 ; 3 S. & T. 200 698 

Owynne f. Davy (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 867 761 

OyleB V. SiU (1809), 1 Oamp. 471, n 1018 

H., falsely called 0. V. 0. (1862), 31 L. J. P. & M. 103 128 

Habergliamv. ymaeDt(1793), 2 Vee. 204 ; 6 T. R. 92 701 

Hadmrood v, Lyall (1855), 17 0. B. 124; 25 L. J. G. P. 44, n.; 2 Jur. 

N. S. 44, n 179 

Haddrick v. Henlop (1848), 12 Q. B. 274—277 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 313 ; 12 Jur. 
600 : aff. sub nom. Healop v. Chapman, 2 0. L. B. 139 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 

49 ; 18 Jur. 348 30 

Hadley «. Carter (1836), 8 New Hamp. 40 376 

Hadlcy r. Green (1832), 2 Tvr. 390 ; 1 L. J. Ex. 137 ; 2 C. & J. 374 .... 1123 

Hagcdom v. Reid (1813), 3 Camp. 305 ; 1 M. & Sel. 667 464 

HagrgriU V. Ineff (1854), 24 L. J. Ch. 120 ; 6 De G. M. & G. 910 ; 1 Jur. 

K. S. 49; 3 W. R. 141; 3Eq. 144 1030 

Haiyr. Newton (1817), 1 Mill, R. 423 927 

Haiirhr. Belcher (1830), 7 0. * P. 389 946 

Haigh 9. Kaye (1872), 41 L. J. Ch. 667 ; L. R. 7 Ch. 469 ; 26 L. T. 676 ; 

20 W. R. 697 688 

Haigh 9. North Bierley Union (1858), E. B. & E. 873 ; 28 L. J. Q B. 62 . . 641 
Haigh 9. West, (1893) 2 Q. B. 19 ; 62 L. J. Q. B. 532 ; 68 L. T. 631 ; 69 

L. T. 165; 57 J. P. 358, 630 125 

HaUee v. Marks (1861), 30 L. J. Ex. 389 ; 7 H. & N. 66 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 

851 30, 1 89 

Haine v. Davey (1836), 4 A. & E. 892 ; 6 N. & M. 356 ; 2 H. & W. 30 . . 227 

Haines v. East India Co. (1866), 6 Moore, Ind. App. 467 643 

Haines 9. Guthrie (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 818 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 621 ; 61 L. T. 

645 ; 33 W. R. 99 ; 48 J. P. 756 419, 646 

Haines v. Roberts (1857), 26 L. J. Q. B. 363 ; 7 El. & Bl. 625 ; 27 L. J. Ex. 

49; SJur.N.S 886 114 

Hairev. Wihwn (1S20), 9 B. & C. 643 ; 4 M. & Ry. 606 82 

Haldanev. Eckford (1869). L. R. 8 Eq. 631 378 

Hale r. Rubs (1821), 1 Greenl. 336 1196 

Halkett v. Emmott (1878), 47 L. J. Q. B. 436 ; 3 Q. B. D. 666 ; 38 L. T. 

608; 26W.R.632 1088 

HaU's Estate, Re (1852), 22 L. J. Ch. 177 ; 2 De G. M. & G. 748 ; 9 Hare, 

App. xvi 1064 

Halt Ex parte. Re Whitting (1878), 10 Ch. D. 615; 48 L. J. Bank. 79 ; 40 

L. T. 179 ; 27 W. R. 386 651, 682 

Hall, Re (1871), L. R. 2 P. & D. 256; 40 L. J. P. & M. 37 671 

Hall 9. Bambridge (1848), 12 Q B. 699 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 317 134 

HaU p. Ball (1841), 3 M. & Gr. 242 ; 10 L. J. C. P. 285 300, 305, 356 

Hall 9. Betty (1842), 4 M.&Gr. 410; 6 S :ott, N. R. 608 ; 11 L.J. C. P. 256. 778 
HaU V. Brand (1883), 12 Q. B. D. 39 ; 53 L. J. Q. B. 19 ; 49 L. T. 492 ; 

S2 W. R. 133 829, 830 

Hallr. Burgess (1826), 6 B. & C. 332; 8 D. & R. 67 660 

HaU 9. BuUer (1839), 10 A. & E. 206 ; 2 P. & D. 374 99 

HaU 9. Byron (1876), 4 Ch. D. 667, 680 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 297 ; 36 L. T. 367 ; 

25 W. R. 317 116 

HaU 9. CazenoTe (1804), 4 East, 477 ; 1 Smith, 272 ; 7 R. R. 61 1 766 

HaU 9. City of London Browery Co. (1862), 31 L. J. Q. B. 257 ; 2 B. & S. 

787; 9 Jur. N. 8. 18 773 

HaU 9. Conder (1867), 2 C. B. N. S. 40 ; 26 L. J. 0. P. 261 776, 777, 778 

HaU 9. K?e (1876), 4 Oh. D. 341 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 146 ; 36 L. T. 926 ; 26 

W. R. 177 221,224 

HaU r. Featherstone (1868), 3 H. & N. 284; 27 L. J. Ex. 308 262 

HaU r. Fisher (1844), 1 CoU. 47 ; 8 Jur. 119 804 

HaU r. HaU (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 444 ; L. R. 8 Oh. 430 ; 28 L. T. 283 ; 21 
W.B.873 139 

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HaU r. Hfll (1767), 2 Str. 1094 604 

Hall V. Hill (1841), 1 Dr. & War. 116 805, 806, 807, 808 

Hall V. Janaon (1865), 4 E. & B. 600 ; 8 C. L. R. 737 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 97 ; 

1 Jur. N. S. 571 768 

Hall V. Levy (1876), 44 L. J. C. P. 89 ; L. R. 10 C. P. 164 ; 31 L, T. 727 ; 

23W. R. 393 1120 

HaU i;. Lund (1863), 32 L. J. Ex. 113 ; 1 H. & C. 676 ; 9 Jnr. N. S. 206 ; 

1 1 W. R. 27 1 116 

Hall 9. Maule (1838), 7 A. & E. 721 ; 3 N. & P. 469 ; 1 W. W. & H. 399 ; 

2 Jur. 887 132 

Hall V. Mayor of Swansea (1844), 5 Q. B. 626 ; 1 D. & M. 476 ; 13 L. J. 

Q. B. 107 641 

HalU. Odber (1809), 11 East, 118; 10 R. R. 443 1162,1166 

Hall ©. Warren (1804), 9 Vee. 605; 7 R. R. 306 170 

Hallaok v, U. of Cambridge (1841), 1 Q. B. 698 ; 1 G. & D. 100 ; 9 D. P. 

C. 683 ; 6 Jur. 10 182 

Hallen v, Runder (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 266 ; 3 Tyr. 969 ; 3 L. J. Ex. 

2G0 683 

Haller r. Worman (1860), 2 F. & F. 166 607 

Hallet V. Mears (1810), 13 East, 16 ; 12 R. R. 296 820 

Hallett V. Cousens (1839), 2 M. & Rob. 238 922 

Halley, The (1868), L. R. 2 Ad. & Ecc. 3 ; 37 L. J. Adm. 1 ; L. R. 2 P. C. 

193 ; 37 L. J. Adm. 33 ; 18 L. T. 879 ; 16 W. R. 998 178 

Halliday v. Holgate (1861), L. R. 3 Ex. 299 ; 37 L. J. Ex. 174 Z81 

Halliday v. Martinett (1822), 20 Johns. (Am.) 168 464 

Hallifaxr. Lyle(l849), 3 Ex. 446; 6 Dowl. & L. 424 90,647 

Hallmark's case (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 868 ; 9 Ch. D. 329 ; 38 L. T. 660 ; 26 

W. R. 824 626 

Haly V, Lane (174 1), 2 Atk. 182 646 

Hamber r. Roberts (1849), 7 C. B. 861 ; 18 L. J. C. P. 260 1219 

Hambrookp. Smith (1852), 17 Sim. 209 961 

Hamelin v. Brack (1847), 9 Q. B. 306 : 16 L. J. Q. B. 343 ; 10 Jur. 1094. . 1196 

Hamerton f^. Hamerton (1828), 2 Hagg. Eoc. R. 8 60S 

Hamerton v. Stead (1824), 5 Dowl. & R. 206 ; 2 B. & C. 478 . . . .667, 668, 660 
HamUton v, Chaine (1881), 60 L. J. Q. B. 466 ; 7 Q. B. D. 1, 319; 29 

W. R. 676 ; 44 L. T. 764 136 

Hamilton v. Nott (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 512 ; L. R. 16 Eq. 112 599 

Hamilton v. Terry (1862), 11 O. B. 954 ; 21 L. J. C. P. 132 712 

Hamlyn v. Betteley (1880), 6 C. P. D. 327 ; 49 L. J. C. P. 466 ; 42 L. T. 

373 ; 28 W. R. 966 ; 44 J. P. 411 136 

Hammersley v, de Biel, Baron (1S45), 12 CI. & Fin. 45 539, 674, 679, 680 

Hammick v. Bronson (1812), 6 Day, 290, 293 373 

Hammond's case (1822), 2 Greenl. 33 1223,1228 

Hammond, Re (1863), 3 S. & T. 90 ; 32 L. J. P. 201 ; 8 L. T. 516 ; 9 Jar. 

N. S. 581 ; 11 W. R. 639 699 

Hammond v. Bradstreet (1854), 23 L. J. Ex. 332 ; 10 Ex. 390 403 

Hammond v. Rogers (1860), 7 Moo. P. C. C. 160 178 

Hammond v. Smith (1864), 33 Beav. 452 712 

Hammond f. Stewart (1734-5), 1 Sir. 510 816 

Hampden v. Wallis (1884), 27 Ch. D. 261 ; 64 L. J. Ch. 1176 ; 61 L. T. 

367; 32W.R.977 624 

Hampden v. Walsh (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 189 ; 43 L. J. Q. B. 238 ; 33 L. T. 

862; 24W.R.ti07 : 620 

Hampshire 9. Peiroe (1750), 2 Ves. sen. 216 7»7 

Hampton v, Spencer (1693), 2 Vem. 288 482 

Hanbury v. Ella (1834), 1 A. & E. 61 ; 3 N. ft M. 438 190 

Hancock 9. Somee (1869), 8 Cox, C. C. 172 ; 1 E. & E. 795 ; 28 L. J. M. 

C. 198; 6 Jur. N. S. 986 1078 

Hancock «. Welsh (1816), 1 Stork. 347 1113, 1119 

Hand V. Hall (1877), 2 Ex. D. 356 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 603 649 

Handley i;. Jones (1836), cited Morgan v. Boys, 7 A. & E. 337 371 

Handley v. Ward (1818), cited 1 Stark. Ev. 188, n. (n) 921, 944 

anmer v. Chance (1865), 4 De G. J. & S 626, 631 ; 34 L. J. Ch. 413. .119, 722 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XCIU 

PA.oa 
Haima, The (1866), 36 L. J. Adm. 1 ; L. B. 1 A. ft E. 283 ; 15 L. T. 334 ; 

16 W. R. 263 178 

Hannafordr. Hunn (1825), 2 C. & P. 155 1101, 1103 

Hannafoid v, Whiteway (1866), 1 C. B. N. S. 63 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 75 ; 3 

Jur. N. S. 53 166 

Hannay v. Stewart (1837), 6 Watts, 487 388 

Hansazd r. Bobinson (1827), 7 B. & C. 90 ; 9 D. & R. 860 ; R. & M. 404, d. 307 

Hansom v. Armitage (1822), 5 B. & A. 669 ; 1 D. & R. 128 686 

Hanacni's case (1821), Paley on Gonv. 282, 283 ; 4 B. & Aid. 521 267 

Hanson «. Parker (1749), 1 Wils. 257 496 

Hanson V. Sbackelton (1835), 4 Dowl. 48; 1 H. & W. 312 16 

Hanson e>. Stetson (1827), 5 Pick. 606 766 

Harden v. Gordon (1823), 2 Mason, 641, 661 652 

Harding o. Greening (1817), 8 Taun. 42 107 

Harding 9. Jones (1835), T^r. & Gr. 135 616 

Harding 9. King (1834), 6 C. & P. 427 1073 

Harding v. Williams (1880), 14 Oh. D. 197 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 661 ; 42 L. T. 

507; 28W.R.616 1062 

Hardman v, WUlcock (1832), 9 Bing. 382, n 546 

Hardwicke, The (1883), 9 P. D. 32 ; 63 L. J. P. D. & A. 23 473, 533 

Hard wick v. Hazdwick (1873), L. R. 16 Eq. 168 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 636 ; 21 W. 

R. 719 801 

Hardj*scase (1794), 24 How. St. Tr. 451—463 613 

H^rdy, Re (1861), 30 L. J. P. & M. 142 142, 747 

Hardy r. Alexander (1837), 2 Stark. £v. 641, 642, n, (e) 266 

Hare r. Henty (1861), 10 C. B. N. S. 66 ; 30 L. J. C. P. 302 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 

623; 4L. T. 363; 9 W. R. 738 82 

Hare v. Hyde (1861), 16 Q. B. 394 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 186 ; 16 Jar. 315 .... 870 

Hargeet r. FoUiergill (1832), 5 C. & P. 303 314 

Hazirayev.Hargrave(1848),9Beav.652; 19L. J.Ch.261; 14 Jur. 212.. 101, 422 

HargraTe 9. Hargraye (1850), 12 Beav. 408 890, 606 

Hargreave V. Everard (1856), 6 Ir. Ch. R. 278 137 

Har^^ve v. Spink, (1892) 1 Q. B. 25 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 318 ; 66 L. T. 660 ; 

40 W. R. 254 7 

Hargreaves v. Parsons (1844), 13 M. & W. 561 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 260 679 

Harland v. Morley (see Morley v, Morley). 

Harlock w. Ashberry (1882), 19 Ch. D. 539 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 394 ; 46 L. T. 

366; 30W.R.327 76 

Harman 9. Anderson (1809), 2 Camp. 243 ; 11 R. R. 706 646 

Harman v. Gumer (1866), 36 Beav. 748 792 

Harman 9. Reeve (1856), 26 L. J. C. P. 267; 18 C. B. 687 688 

Harmar v. Davis (1817), 7 Taun. 577 ; 1 Moore, C. P. 300 518, 542 

Harmert;. Bean (1853), 3 C. & E. 307 294 

flaimer r. BeU (1851), 7 Moo. P. C. C. 267 1 103, 1120 

Harmer v. Cornelius (1858), 28 L. J. C. P. 88 ; 6 C. B. N. S. 246 ; 4 Jur. 

N. S. 1110 780 

Harmony, The (1800), 2 C. Rob. Adm. 322 179 

Harnett, In re, Leaby v. 0*Grady (1886), 17 L. R. Ir. 643 631 

Harnett v. Vise (1880), 6 Ex. D. 307 ; 43 L. T. 645 ; 29 W. R. 7 41 

Hamorr. Groves (1865), 16 C- B. 667; 3 C. L. R. 406 757 

Harper, Re (1849), 7 Notes of Cas.^ (Ecso. & Mar.) 44 709 

Harrattv. Wise (1830), 9 B. & C. 712 ; 4 M. & R. 621 39, 1096 

Harrington v. Ery (1824), Ry. & M. 90 ; 9 Moore, 344 ; 1 C. & P. 289 ; 2 

Bing. 179 1218, 1221 

Harris, Be (1860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 79 ; 1 S. & T. 636 708 

Harris, Be (1864), 33 L. J. P. & M. 181 ; 3 S. & T. 485 706, 707 

Harris, Be, Cheese v. Lovejoy (1877), 46 L. J. P. D. & A. 66 ; L. B. 2 P. 

Div. 251 ; 37 L. T. 294 ; 26 W. B. 853 706 

Harris r. Berrall (1858), 1 S. & T. 153 705 

Harris r. Costar (1825), I C. & P. 637 162 

V. Gamble (1878), 7 Ch. D. 877 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 344 ; 38 L. T. 253. . 221 
9. Goodwyn (1841), 2 M. ft Gr. 406 ; 2 Soott, N. B. 469 ; 9 Dowl. 

409 86, 760 

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XCIV TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

WAOM 

Harris t^. Harris (1829), 2 Hagg. Eoo. B. 409 55» 

Harris r. Hill (1822), 2 Stark. 140 ; D. & E. N. P. R. 17 321 

Harris v. Mantle (1 789) , 3 T. R. 307 220 

Harris r. O'Logrhlen (1871), 6 Ir. R. Eq. 514, 620 17 

Harris r. Pepperell (1867), L. R. 5 Eq. 1 ; 16 W. R. 68; 17 L. J. Ch. 191 749 
Harris v, Fetheriok (1879), 4 Q. B. D. 611 ; 48 L. J. Q. B. 521 ; 41 L. T. 

146 42 

Harris V. Rickett (1859), 4 H. & N. 6 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 47 629 

Harris v. Ryding (1839), 5 M. & W. 60 114 

Harris i;. Saunders (1825), 4 B. & G. 411; 6 D. & R. 471 1142, 1163 

Harris p. Tenpanv (1883), 1 C. & E. 65 1196, 1206 

Harris v, Thompson (1853), 13 G. B. 333 Ill 

Harrisv. Tippett(18]l), 2Gamp. 638; 11 R. R. 767 947, 950, 967 

Harris p. Wilson (1831), 7 Wend. 57 49t 

Harrison, Ex parte (1852), 16 Jar. 726 ; 19 L. T. 114 1160 

Harrison p. Barton (1861), 30 L. J. Gh. 215 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 19 ; 9 W. R. 

177 139,787 

Harrison v. Blades (1813), 3 Gamp. 458 329, 1209 

Harrison r. Corp. of Southampton (1853), 22 L. J. Gh. 722 ; 4 De G. M. 

&G. 137 149, 295, 1103, 1182 

Harrison v. Greswick (1853), 13 G. B. 399, 416 ; 21 L. J. G. P. 113 ; 16 

Jur. 315 86 

Harrison p. Elvin (1842), 3 Q. B. 117 ; 6 Jur. 849 ; 2 G. & D. 769 ; 11 

L. J. Q. B. 197 700 

Harrisons. Fane (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 550 48,49 

Harrison p. Gordon (1838), 2 Lew. G. G. 156 951 

Harrison p. Heathom (1843), 6 M. & Gr. 81 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 735 ; 12 L. J. 

G. P. 203 640 

Harrison 9. Hjde (1859), 4 H. & N. 805 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 119 801 

Harrison p. Jackson (1877), 7 Gh. D. 339 ; 47 L. J. Gh. 142 753 

Harrison V.Luke (1845), 14 M. & W. 139 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 248 222 

Harrisons. Rowan (1820), 3 Wash. 580 945 

Harrison p. Rowley (1798), 4 Vee. 212 ; 4 R. R. 199 144 

Harrison p. Southoote (1761), 1 Atk. 528 962 

Harrison p. Taylor (I860), 29 L. J. Ex. 3 ; 4 H. & N. 815 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 

1219 47 

Harrison p. Turner (1847), 10 Q. B. 482 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 296 ; 11 Jur. 817 480 

Harrison p. Vallanoe (1822), 1 Bing. 45 ; 7 Moore, G. P. 304 496, 611 

Harrison r. Williams (1824), 3 B. & G. 162 995 

Harrison p. Wright (1845), 13 M. & W. 820 ; 2 D. & L. 696 ; 14 L. J. 

Ex. 196 537, 644 

Harrodr. Harrod (1854), 1 K. & J. 4; 18 Jur. 853 149, 897 

Harry V. Broad (1704), 2 Salk. 626 16 

Hart P. Alexander (1837), 7 G. & P. 749 ; 2 M. & W. 484 ; M. & H. 63 . .1096, 

1096 

Hartv. Bush (1858), 27 L. J. Q. B. 271 ; E. B. & E. 494 692 

Hart p. Deamer (1831), 6 Wend. 497 1102 

Hart V. Frontino, &g.. Gold Min. Go. (1870), L. R. 5 Ex. Ill ; 31 L. J. 

Ex. 93; 22L. T. 30 641 

Hart p. Hart (1842), 1 Hare, 1 ; 5 Jur. 1007 ; 1 1 L. J. Gh. 9 133, 302, 306 

Hart 9. Horn (1809), 2 Gamp. 92 496 

Hart 9. Nash (1835), 2 G. M. & R. 337: 1 Gale, 171; 5 Tyr. 955 716 

Hartv. Newman (1811), 3 Gamp. 13 620 

Hartr. Prendergast (1845), 14 M. & W. 741 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 223 ..710, 711, 712 

Hart p. Sattley (1814), 3 Camp. 528 691 

Hart V. Tulk (1852), 22 L.J. Ch. 649; 2 De G. M. & G. 300 802 

Hart V. Waiiams (1829), 2 Wend. 613 464 

Hart p. Windsor (1843), 12 M. & W. 68 : 18 L. J. Ex. 129 ; 8 Jur. 160 . . 774 
Harter r. Harter h872), 42 L. J. P. ft M. 1 ; L. R. 3 P. ft D. 11 ; 27 

L.T.858; 21 W. R. 341 141 

Hartford p. Palmer (1819), 18-John8. (Am.) 148 896 

Hartford 9. Power (1869), L R. 3 Eq. 602 631 

Hartley «. Cook (1832), 6 G. ft P. 441 1174 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XCT 

PAoa 
laxiW «. Sindmanh (1866), L. R. 1 C. P. 553 ; 35 L. J. 0. P. 255 ; 14 

W. K. 862 1132 

Hartley v. 'Wharton (1B40). 11 A. & E. 934; 3 P. & D. 529; 4 Jar. 576..673, 713 

HarOey f>. 'Wilkinson (1815), 4 Camp. 127 ; 4 M. & 8. 25 755 

HartOD, The (1884), 9 P. D. 44 ; 53 L. J. P. D. & A. 25 ; 50 L. T. 370; 

32 W. R. 697 ; 6 Asp. M C. 213 177 

Hartopp f7. Hartopp (1855), 21 Beav. 259 ; 2 Jnr. N. S. 794 ; 25 L. J. Ch. 

471 136 

Hartahome 9. Watson (1839), 6 Bing. N. C. 477 ; 7 Soott, 494 ; 2 Am 70 909 

Harty v. Davis (1850), 13 Ir. L. R. 23 720 

Hanrey'snaae (1800), 2 East, P. C. 658 585 

Harvey r. Clayton (1675). 2 Swans. -221, n. ; 19 R. R. 66 592 

Harrey r. Copeland, (1892) 30 L. R. Ir. 412 35 

Harvey v. Croydon Union, &o. il884), Court of Appeal, ** Times," 14 

Feb., overroling 63 L. J. Ch. 336 507 

Harvey •. Divers (1855), 16 C. B. 497 819 

Harvey v. Famie (1880), 5 P. Div. 163 ; 49 L. J. P. D. & A. 33 1143 

Harvey v. Famie (1882), 8 App. Cas. 43 1144 

Harvey r. Grabham (1836), 5 A. & E 61 ; 6 N. & M. 164 753 

Harvey v. Harvey (2884), 26 Ch. D. 644 ; 51 L. T. 508 ; 33 W. R. 76 868 

Harvey v. Mitchell (1841), 2 M. & Rob. 366 26, 273, 310 

Harvey v. Morgan (1816), 2 Stark. 17 313 

Harvey v. Man. Perm. Invest. Build. Soo. (1884), 26 Ch. D. 273 ; 52 L. J. 

Ch. 349 ; 53 L. J. Ch. 1126 ; 51 L. T. 408 ; 32 W. R. 557 663 

Harvey v. Towers (1851), 6 Ex. R. 656 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 318 ; 15 Jnr. 544 . . 262 
Harwood r. Goodright (1774), 1 Cowp. 91, 92 ; Lofft, 559 ; 3 Wils. 497 ; 

2 W. Bl. 937 29 

Harwood «. Keys (1832), 1 M. & Rob. 204 496, 514 

Harwood f . Sims (1810), Wightw. 112 401, 410 

Haseldme v. Grove (1842), 3 G. & D. 210 ; 3 Q. B. 997 ; 12 L. J. M. C. 

10 ; 7 Jnr. 36 39 

Hasleham v. Young (1844), 5 Q. B. 833 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 205; 1 D. & M. 700 161 
Haslock V. Fergusson (1837), 7 A. & E. 86 ; 2 N. & P. 269 ; 1 Jnr. 689 . . 719 
Haslnok v. Pe^ey (1875), 44 L. J. Ch. 143; L. R. 19 Eq. 271 ; 23 W. R. 155 139 

Hassardv. Smith (1872), I. R. 6 Eq. 42d 170, 263, 1102 

Hastie 9. Hastie (1876), 1 Ch. D. 562 ; 45 L. J. Ch. 288 1234 

Hastilow V. Stobie (1865), 35 L. J. P. & M. 18 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 64 ; 14 

W. R. 211; 13L. T. 473; 11 Jnr. N. S. 1039 140 

Hastings Peer. (1840), Pari. M. 200 423,425,426 

Haswdl, The (1864), Brown. & Lush. 247 185 

Hatch 9. Dennis (1833), 1 Fairf . 244 511 

Hatch 9. Hatch (1812), 9 Mass. 311 1201 

Hatch 9. 8earles(1854),2Sm. &G. 147; 23 L. J. Ch. 467 ; 24L.J.Ch. 22.. 1205 

Hathaway 9. Barrow (1807), 1 Camp. 151 1102, 1109, 1116 

Hathaway 9. Haskell (1829), 9 Pick. 42 493 

Hathom 9. King (1811), 8 Mass. 371 931 

Hatton 9. R^le (1858), 27 L. J. Ex. 486 : 3 H. & K. 500 161 

Havelock9. Rock wood (1799), 8 T. R. 268 1143 

Hawaiden 9. Dunlop (1861), 2 S. & T. 340; 31 L. J. P. 17 ; 5 L. T. 

765 1046 

Hawes r. Armstrong (1835), 1 Bing. N. C. 765 669 

Hawes v. Draeger (1883), 23 Ch. D. 173 ; 52 L. J. Ch. 449; 48 L. T. 518; 

31 W. R. 576 101 

Hawes 9. Forster (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 368 297,298 

Hawes 9. Watson (1824), 2 B. & C. 540; 4 D. & R. 22 645 

Hawk 9. Frennd (1868), 1 F. & F. 294 474 

Hawkes 9. Baker (1829), 6 Greenl. 72 906 

Hawkes 9. Salter (1830), 4 Bing. 715 ; 1 M. & P. 750 32 

Hawkesley 9. Bradshaw (1880), 49 L. J. Q. B. 333 ; 5 Q. B. D. 302 ; 42 

L.T.285; 28 W. R. 667 536,586 

Hawkesworth 9. Showier (1843), 12 M. ft W. 49 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 86 889 

Hawkins 9. Gathercole (1850- 1), 1 Sim. N. S. 150 ; 20 L. J. Ch. 303 601 

Hawkiiu 9. Howard (1824), Ry. & M. 64 ; 1 C. & P. 222 598 

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Hawkins v, Ladcombe (1818), 2 Swans. 392 .* 496 

Hawkins r. Waire (182ft), 3 B. & 0. 697 286,288 

Hawks p. Kennebec (1811), 7 Maiw. 461 20 

HawkMfordr.Giffard(l886),12App.Cas.l22;d6L.J.F.C.10; 56L.T.32.. 1154 

Hayden v, Madison (1830), 7 Oreenl 76 624 

Haydon v. WiUiams (1830), 7 Bing. 166 ; 4 M. & P. 811 710, 712 

Hayes, Re (1839), 3 Curt. 338 702 

Hayes 9. Dexter (1861), 11 Ir. C. L. R. 106 ; 13 Ir.C. L.B. 22 148 

Hayes v. Seaver (1831), 7 Greenl. 237 608 

Haylock v, Sparke (1853), 22 L. J. M. C. 67 ; 1 E. & B. 471 481 

Hayne v. Maltby (1 789) , 3 T. R. 438 91 , 92 

Haynes v. Birks (1804), 3 Bos. & P. 599 82 

Haynes r. Haynes (1866), 35 L. J. Ch. 303 ; 14 L. T. 47 ; 14 W. R. 361.. 101 

Haynes i>. Hayton (1837). 6 L. R. K. B. (O. S.) 231 481 

Hayues v. Hill (1849), 7 Notes of Cas. 266 701 

Hay8eld6nt;.Staff(l»36), 5A. &E. 153; 6N'.&M.659: 2H.&W.204...222, 223 

Hayslepv. Gymer(1834), 1 A. & E. 165; 3 N. & M. 479 628 

Hayter v. Tucker (1857), 4 K. & J. 243 ; 4 Jur. N. 8. 257 684 

Hayton v, Irwin (1879), 6 C. P. D. 130 ; 41 L. T. 666 ; 28 W. R. 665 .. 766 

Hayward v. Hayward (1H54), Kay, Appendix xxxi 844 

Haywaid r. Stephens (1867), 36 L. J. Ch. 135 ; 15 L. T. 173 1030 

Hazeldine r. Grove (1844), 3 Q. B. 997 ; 8 G. & D. 210 31, 227 

Head r. Baldry (1838), 8 A. & E. 605 182 

Headlam v. Hedlev (1810), Holt, N. P. R. 463 112 

Heald v. Kenworthy (1855), 10 Ex. 743 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 76 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 70 161 

Healey r. Thatcher (1838), 8 C. * P. 388 614 

Healy r. Healy (1875), I. R. 9 Eq. 418 798 

Healyr. Thome (1870), 4 I. R. C. L. 495 124 

Heanet;. Rogers (18.9), 9 B. & C. 577 629,542 

Heap V. Harris (1876), 2 Q. B. D. 630 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 761 187, 220 

Heard v. PiUey (1869), L. R. 4 Ch. 548 ; 38 L. J. Ch. 718 ; 21 L. T. N. S. 

68; 17W.R.760 729 

Heam, Re (1849), 2 Roberts. 112 ; 7 Notes of Cas. (Eoc. & Mar.) 266 ... . 698 
Heame r. Stowell (1840), 12 A. & E. 719 ; 4 P. & D. 696 ; 6 Jur. 458. .. . 46 

Heath's case (1744), 18 How. St. Tr. 68 867 

Heath V. Brewer (1864), 15 C. B. N. S. 803 ; 9 L. T. 653 226 

Heath v. Crealock (1873), L. R. 16 Eq. 257 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 465 ; 28 L. T. 

101 ; 21 W. R. 380 610 

Heathcote*s Divorce (1851), 1 Maoq. 277 15, 1172 

Heathcote, In goods of (1881), 6 P. Div. 30 ; 50 L. J. Prob. 42 ; 44 L. T. 

280 ; 29 W. R. 356 ; 45 J. P. 361 701 

Heawood r. Bone (1884), 13 Q. B. Div. 279 ; 51 L. T. 125 ; 32 W. R. 752 ; 

48 J. P. 710 723 

Hebblethwaite v. Hebblethwaite (1869), 39 L. J. P. & M. 15 ; L. R. 2 P. 

&D.29 881 

Hedges v, Tagg (1872), L. R. 7 Ex. 283 ; 41 L. J. Ex. 169 ; 20 W. R. 976 258 
Hedley v. Baiubridge (1842), 3 Q. B. 316 ; 11 L. J. Q. B. 293 ; 2 G. & D. 483 160 

Heenan v. Clements (1850), 1 Ir. C. L. R. 44 612 

Hcffield v. Meadows (1869), L. R. 4 C. P. 596 ; 20 L. T. 746 786 

Heiron*s case, Re Metropolitan Bank (1880), 15 Ch. D. 139 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 

651 ; 43 L. T. 299 846 

Helby v, Mathews, (1894) 2 Q. B. 262; 63 L. J. Q. B. 677; 70 L. T. 837; 

42 W. R. 614 ; 58 J. P. 785. H L. : 11 R. (Aug.) 1 ; 64 L. J. Q. B. 

465; 43 W. R. 561 Add. [116] 

Hellings, Re (1819), 1 Roberts. 753 698 

Helps V. Clayton (1864), 17 C. B. N. S. 553; 34 L. J. C. P. 1 ; 11 L. T. 

476; 13W.R.161 49 

Helshamf. Blackwood (1851), 11 C. B. ill; 20 L. J. C. P. 187 1116 

Helyear v. Hawke (1803). 5 Esp. 72 388 

Hemming r. Blanton (1873), 42 L. J. C. P. 158 : 21 W. R. 636 76 

Hemming v. Maddick (1872), 41 L. J. Ch. 522 ; L. R. 7 Ch. 395 ; 26 L. T. 

566; 20W.R.433 954 

Hemming v. Parry (1834), 6 0. & P. 580 190 

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PAoa 
HemmingB 9. Oasaosn (1858), E. B. & E. 346 ; 27 L. J. Q. B. 252 ; 4 Jur. 

N, 8. 834 244 

HemmiD^ v. WUliamaon (1883), 10 Q. B. D. 459 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 273 ; 

48L.T.392; 31 W. R. 336 1177 

HemphiU 9. M'Eenna (1845), 8 Ir. L. R. 43 1109 

Hempston v, Humphreys (1867), Ir. R. 1 G. L. 271 832 

Heodenon «. Australian Itoyal Mail Steam Navig. Go. (1855), 5 E. & B. 

409 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 322 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 830 642, 645 

Henderson v, Bamewell (1827), 1 Y. & J. 387 297 

Henderson v. Broomhead (1859), 4 H. & N. 669 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 360 ; 5 Jur. 

N. S. 1176; 33 L. T. O. S. 302 865 

Henderson f. Henderson (1843), 3 Hare, 115 1123, 1153, 1164 

Henderson 9. Henderson (1848), 6 Q. B. 288 1142, 1147 

Henderson v. Squire (1869), L. R. 4 Q. B. 170 ; 38 L. J. Q. B. 73 ; 10 B. 

& S. 183 ; 19 L. T. 601 ; 17 W. R. 519 774 

Henderson v. Williams, (1895) 1 Q. B. 621 ; 64 L. J. Q. B. 308 ; 72 L. T. 

98 ; 43 W. R. 274 Add. [546] 

Henfree 9. Bromley (1808), 6 East, 309 ; 2 Smith, 400 ; 8 R. R. 491 .... 1200 

Henfrey 9. Henfrey (1842), 4 Moo. P. C. C. 29 ; 2 Curt. 468 704 

HenkixL 9. Geras (1810), 2 Gamp. 408 ; 12 East, 247 ; 11 R. R. 754 621 

Henley r. Soper (1828), 8 B. & C. 16 ; 2 M. & R. 153 1153 

Henman r. Dickinson (1828), 5 Bin?. 183 ; 2 M. & P. 982 802, 1192 

Henman v. Lester (1862), 31 L. J. G. P. 370 ; 12 C. B. N. S. 781 ; 9 Jur. 

N. S. 601 292. 968 

Hennessy v.Wrigrht(1888), 36W.R.879; 67L.J.Q.B. 594; 59L.T. 796.. 613,618 
Henry r. Goldney (1846), 16 M. & W. 494 ; 4 Dowl. & L. 6 ; 15 L. J. Ex. 

298; 10 Jur. 439 1115 

Henry r. Lee (1814), 2 Chit. R. 124 926 

Henry €. Leigh (1813), 3 Camp. 499 310, 1047 

Henry 9. Riak (1788), 1 Dall. 265 766 

Henry r. Marq. of Weutmeath (1843), Ir. Cir. R 809 286 

Henry Coxon, The (1878), 47 L. J. Adm. 83 ; 3 P. Div. 156 ; 38 L. T. 819. . 465, 

458, 1]75 

Henahaw f>. Pleasance (1777), 2 W. Bl. 1174 ." 1103 

Henwood 9, OHver (1841), 1 Q. B. 409 ; 1 G. & D. 25 48 

Hepworth v. Hepworth (1870), L. R. 11 Eq. 10 ; 40 L. J. Gh. Ill ; 23 L. 

T.388; 19W.R.46 666 

Herbert r. Ashbumer (1750), 1 Wils. 297 992 

Herbert 9. Herbert (1855), Deane, Eco. R. 10 702 

Herberts. Rae (1862), 13 L:. Eq. R. 25 133 

Herbert v. Sayer (1844), 5 Q. B. 966 ; 2 Dowl. & L. 49 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 

2C9 ; 8 Jur. 812 664 

Herbert v. Tuckal (1663), T. Raym. 84- 417, 422 

Hereford, Bishop of, v, T n (1853), 2 Roberts. Eco. R. 595 ; 4 Moore, 

P. C. N. S. 380 77 

Hermanns. Seneschal (1862), 32 L. J. C. P. 43; 13 C. B. N. S. 392; 

6 L. T. 646 ; 11 W. R. 184 226, 227 

Hermes 9. Chicago Bay Co. (1891), 27 Am. St. R. 69 377 

Herries Peerage (1858), 3 Macq. 585 ; 2 L. R. H. L. (So.) 258 180 

Herring 9. Boston lion Co. (1854), 1 Gray (Mass.), 134 783 

Herring 9. Qobery (1842), 1 Phill. 91 591, 693, 600 

Hervey 9. Hervey (1773), 2 W. Bl. 877 373, 426 

Heseltine r. Siggers (184^), 1 Ex. 856 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 166 685 

Heslop V. Chapman {tee Haddrick 9. Heslop). 

Heifton r. St. Bride (1853), 22 L. J. M. G. 65 ; 1 E. & B. 583 1141 

HetherinRton v. Hetherington (1887), 12 P. D. 112; 66 L. J. P. 78; 

67 L. T. 633; 36 W. R. 12; 61 J. P. 119 102 

Hetherington v. Kemp (1816), 4 Gamp. 193 ; 16 R. R. 773 168 

Hetherington «. Longrigg (1879), 48 L. J. Gh. 171; 10 Gh. D. 162; 

27 W. R. 393 634 

Henjfh 9. Garrett (1876), 44 L. J. Gh. 305 ; 32 L. T. 45 1183 

Hewitt r. Piggott (1831), 6 0. & P. 76 485, 526 

Hewlett ir. Cock (1831), 7 Wend. 371 429, 433 

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XCVUl TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAOB 

Hewlins f. Shippam (1826), 5 B. & C. 229 ; 7 Dowl. & R. 789 637 

Hew8ont>. Brown (1760), 2 Boir. 1034 1014 

Hext r. Gill (1872), L. B. 7 Ch. 699 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 761 ; 27 L. T. 291 ; 

20 W. R. 957 114 

Hey V. Moorhouse (1839), 6 Bing. N. 0. 62 ; 8 Soott, 166 288 

Heyesr. Hindle (1863), in Q. B. M. T. 1863, MS 616 

Heyman v. Flewker (1863), 13 C. B. N. S. 619 ; 32 L. J. C. P. 132 ; 9 Jur. 

N. S. 896 116 

Heyman v, Neale (1809), 2 Camp. 337 297 

Heymann v. R. (1873), L. R. 8 Q. B. 102 ; 12 Cox, O. C. 383 ; 28 L. T. 

162; 21W.R.867 84 

Heysham v. Forater (1829), 6 M. & R. 277 , . . . 1039 

Haywood v. Pickering (1874), L. R. 9 Q. B. 428 ; 43 L. J. Q. B. 146 ... . 33 

Heyworth v. Knight (1864), 17 C. B. N. 8. 298 ; 10 Jnr. N. 8. 866 298 

Hibberd v. Knight (1848), 2 Ex. 11 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 119 ; 12 Jur. 162 . .321, 598 
Hibbert v. Barton (1842), 10 M. & W. 683 ; 2 Dowl. N. 8. 434 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 70 733 
Hibblewhite v. M'Morine (1840), 6 M. & W. 214 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 217 . . 683, 684, 

1202, 1204, 1206 
Hibbs V. Ross (1866), L. R. 1 Q. B. 634 ; 36 L. J. Q. B. 193 ; 12 Jur. 

N.S.812: 16L.T.67; 14 W. R. 914 178,1176 

Hickey, In re (1875), Ir. R. 10 Eq. 117 166 

Hickeyr. Burt (1816), 7Taim. 48; 17 R. R. 440 487 

Hickey p. Campion (1872), Ir. R. 6 C. L. 657 631, 881 

Hickey v. Hayter (1795), 1 Eap. 313 ; 6 T. R. 384 ; 3 R. R. 213 663 

Hickman v. Haynes (1876), L. R. 10 C. P. 698 ; 44 L. J. C. P. 368 ; 32 

L. T. 873; 23 W. R. 872 762 

Hickman v. Maohin (1869), 4 H. & N. 716; 28 L. J. Ex. 310; 6 Jar. 

N. 8. 676 98 

Hickman r. UpsaU (1877), 4 Ch. D. 144 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 246 ; 36 L. T. 919 ; 

26 W. R. 176 172 

Hicks, Re (1869), 38 L. J. P. & M. 65 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 683 ; 21 L. T. 

300 702 

HickB r. Duke, of Beaufort (1838), 4 Bing. N. C. 229; 6 Soott, 698; 

1 Am. 66 ; 2 Jur. 255 621 

Hi(!k8 V. Faulkner (1881), 8 Q. B. D. 167 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 268 ; 30 W. R. 

645 ; affid. 46 L. T. 127 ; 46 J. P. 420 29 

Hicks V. Sallitt (1864), 23 L. J. Ch. 571 ; 3 De G. M. & G. 782 741, 789 

Hickton v. Antrobus (1846), 2 C. B. 82 ; 1 Lutw. Reg. Cas. 363 156 

Hide, Re (1871), L. R. 7 Ch. 28; 41 L.J. Bank. 6 662 

Hide tr. ThomboTOugh (1840), 2 C. & Kir. 260 114 

Higgins' Trusts, Re (1861), 2 Giff. 662 ; 30 L. J. Ch. 406 632 

Higgins V. Hopkins (1848), 3F:x. 163; 6 Railw. Cas. 76 ; 18L. J. Ex. 113 641 

Higginsr. Scott (1832), 2 B. & Ad. 413 79 

Higginsv. Senior (1841), 8 M. & W. 844; 11 L. J. Ex. 199 758, 769 

Higginsonr. Clowes (1808), 15 Ves. 516; 10 R. R. 112 750 

Hiifginson v. Simpson (1877), 46 L. J. C. P. 192; 2 C. P. D. 76; 86 

L. T. 17; 25 W. R. 303 620 

Higgs V. Dixon (1817), 2 Stark. 180 12o7 

Higgs V. Maynard (1866), 1 H. & R. 681 ; 12 Jur. N. 8. 706; 14 L. T. 

332; 14W. R. 610 163 

Higham v. Ridgway (1808), 10 East, 109 ; 2 Smith, L.*C. 270 ; 10 R. R. 

2 35; Preface, v 434, 436, 437, 438, 439, 441 

Highfield v, Peake (1827), M. & M. 109 966, 1013, 103H 

Hijrhland Tump. Co. r. McKean (1813), 10 Johns. 164 1175 

HUiard v. Phaley (1723), 8 Mod. 180 .• 495 

Hill, Re (1849), 1 Roberts. 276 698, 702 

Hill V. CampbeU (1872), 44 L. J. C. P. 97 ; L. R. 10 C. P. 222 ; 82 L. T. 

59 * 23 Vt R. 336 . ... 118*^ 

Hill V. Coombe (1818),'cited'i Stark. Ev. 188, ii.]w) '. . .'.*.'.*. .921, 944 

Hill V. Crook (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 702 ; L. R. 6 H. L. 265 ; 22 W. R. 137 ; 

•24 L. T. 488 739 

Hill V. Dolt (1857), 7 De G. M. & G. 397 812 

Hill r. Hart-Davis (1884), 26 Ch. D. 470; 53 L.J. Ch. 1012 ? 61L.T.279 914 
Hill V. Hennigan (1877), I. R. 11 C. L. 622 130 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. XCIX 

PAoa 
HiU V. MaDchester Waterw. Co. (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 552, 553 ; 2 N. & M. 

573 91, 92, 93 

Hill V. Packard (1830), 6 Wend. 387 1018 

Hillr. PhUp(1852). 7Ex. 232; 21 L. J. Ex. 82; 16 Jur. 90 , 1187 

Hill r. Ratley (1862), 31 L. J. Ch. 380 ; 2 J. & H. 634 144 

Hill V, Salt (1834), 2 0. & M. 420 ; 4 Tyr. 271 ; 3 L. J Ex. 84 193 

Hill r. ThompsoD (1817), 8 Mer. 630 ; 2 Moore, 424 ; 8 Taun. 375 : Holt, 

636 43 

Hillary v. Waller (1805), 12 Ves. 239, 252 126 

Hills V. Evans (1862), 31 L. J. Ch. 461, 462 ; 4 De G. F. & J. 288 ; 6 L. T. 

90 ; 8 Jut. N. 8. 525 43 

Hills 9. Laming (1854), 9 Ex. 256 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 60 93 

Hills ». London Oas Co. (1858), 27 L. J. Ex. 60 ; (1860), 5 H. & N. 312 ; 

29 li. J. Ex. 409 43 

Hillyard v, arantham (1750), cited 2 Ves. sen. 246 1116 

Hilton V. Fairclough (1811), 2 Camp. 633 : 12 R. R. 766 32 

Hilton r. Giraud (1847), 1 De G. & Sm. 187 ; 16 L. J. Ch. 285 ; 11 Jur. 838 693 

Hindekoper r. Cotton (1834), 3 Watts, 56 616 

Hindley •. Haslam (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 481 ; 27 W. R. 61 1119 

Hindmarah, Re (1860), 1 Drew. & Sm. 129 713 

Hindmarsh v. Charlton (1861), 8 H. L. Cas. 160 695, 700 

Hindofl. China and Japan, Bk. of, r. Smith (1867), 36 L. J. C. P. 241 1198 

Hindson 9. Kersey (1765), 4 Bum, Eco. L. 118 1215 

Hindustan, Bk. of, Ke, flicker's case (1871), L. R. 13 Eq. 178 ; 41 L. J. 

Ch. 278 845 

Hinton v. Heather (1845), 14 M. & W. 134 ; 15 L. J. Ex. 39 30 

Hipgrave v. Case (1885), 28 Ch. D. 356 ; 54 L. J. Ch. 309 ; 52 L. T. 242 192 
Hirschfield v. Smith (1841), 1 H. & R. 284, 288; L. R. 1 C. P. 340; 35 

L.J.C.P.177; 12 Jur. N. S. 528 31 

Hirst V. Hannah (1851), 17 Q. B. 383 732 

Hitch p. Wells (1846), 10 Beav. 84 697 

Hitchin v. CampheU (1771-2), 2 W. Bl. 827 ; 3 Wils. 304 .... 1118, 1120, 1122, 

1139 

Hitchin v. Groom (1848), 2 M. & W. 816 801 

Hitohings v. Thompson (1850), 5 Ex. 50 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 146 99 

Hitchins r. Eardley (1871), L. R. 2 P. & D. 248 ; 40 L. J. P. & M. 70. .26, 414 
Hitchins 9. Hitchins (1866), L. R. 1 P. & D. 153 ; 35 L. J. P. & M. 62 .... 347 

Hoad V. Grace (1862). 31 L. J. Ex. 98 ; 7 H. & N. 494 786 

Hoare v. Coryton (1812), 4 Taun. 560 147, 498 

Hoare v, Graham (1811), 3 Camp. 67 ; 13 R. R. 752 756 

Hoare r. Johnstone (1838), 2 Keen, 553 ; 7 L. J. Ch. 207 495 

Hobbs r. Henning (1864), 17 C. B. N. 8. 791 ; 34 L. J. C. P. 117 1149 

Hobbs V. Kniffht (1838), 1 Curt. 768 706, 707, 708 

Hobhouse v. Hamilton (1803), 1 Sch. & Lef. 207 ; 2 Soh. & Lef. 28 1069 

Hobeonr. Parker (1753-4), Barnes, 237 ; cited in 3 T. R. 142 ; 1 R. R. 673 . . 994 

Hobson r. Thellusson (1867), 36 L. J. Q. B. 302 ; L. R. 2 Q. B. 642 639 

Hoby V. Roebuck (1816), 7 Taun. 167 682 

Hockinr. Cooke (1791), 4 T. R. 314 16, 765 

Hodeopyl r. Vingerhoed (1818), Chitty on Bills, 627, n. (^) 386 

Hodgens 9. Graham (1831), Ale. & Nap. 49 712 

Hodges V. Ancrum (1855), 11 Ex. 214 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 257 944 

Hodges r. Bennett (I860), 5 H. & N. 625 ; 29 L. J. M. C. 224 630 

Hodges V. Cobb (1867), 36 L. J. Q. B. 266 ; L. R. 2 Q. B. 652 ; 8 B. & S. 

583 ; 16 L. T. 792 ; 16 W. R. 1038 347 

Hodges 9. Holder (1813), 3 Camp. 366 270 

Hodgkinson 9, Fletcher (1781), 3 Doug. 31 118 

Hodgkinson v. KeUy (1868), 37 L. J. Ch. 837 ; L. R. 6 Eq. 496 ; 16 W. R. 

1078 158 

Hodgson's case (1830), 1 Lew. C. C. 102—104 246 

Hodgson, In re, Beckett 9. Ramsdale (1885), 31 Ch. D. 177 ; 55 L. J. Ch. 

241 ; 64 L. T. 222 ; 34 W. R. 127 631 

Hodgson 9, Clarke (1860), 1 De G. F. & J. 394 ; 1 Gi£F. 139 ; 5 Jur. N. S. 

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Hodfirsonv. Davies (1810), 2Camp. 632; 11 R. R. 789 767 

Hodgson i;. De Beaucheane (1868), 12 Moo. P. C. C. 285, 317 179, 878 

Hodgrson V. Hutchenson (17 12), 5 Vin. Abr. 622 539, 680 

Hodgson V. Johnson (1859), 28 L. J. Q. B. 88 ; £. B. & £. 686 ; 6 Jnr. 

N. S. 290 682 

Hodjjraon v. Le Bret (1808), 1 Camp. 223 690 

Hodgson V. Merest (1821), 9 Price, 563 496 

Hodgson V. Scarlett (1813), 1 B. & Aid. 232, 246, 246 Ill 

Hodnettr. Forman (1816), 1 Stark. 90 1213 

Hodsont?. Mid. Gt. W. Ry. Co. (1877). I. R. 1 1 C. L. 109 1232 

Hoe f. Nathrop (or Nelthorpe) (1697), 3 Salk. 154 ; I Ld. Ray. 154 . . 1046, 1052 

Hoffman v. Smith (1803), 1 Caines, 167 695 

Hosrarth t^ Latham (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 643 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 339 ; 39 L. T. 

75; 26 W. R. 388 1205 

Hogg I'. Garrett (1849), 12 Lr. Eq. R. 569 389 

Hogg V. Skeen (1865), 34 L. J. C. P. 153 ; 18 C. B. N. S. 426; 11 Jur. 

N. S. 244 ; 12 L. T. 709 ; 13 W. R. 383 262 

Hoghton v. Hoghton (1872), 15 Beav. 278 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 482; 17 Jur. 99. .137. 

506, 614 

Holbard v. Stephens (1841), 6 Jur. 71 286 

Holbeck v. Holbeck (1849), 7 Notes of Cas. 294 (Eoc. & Mar.) ; 2 Roberts. 126 698 

Holbrook v. Tirrell (1829), 9 Pick. 109 659 

Holcombe v. Hewson (1810), 2 Camp. 291 ; 11 R. R. 746 230 

Holoroft's case (1577-8), 4 Co. Rep. 46 b 1129 

Holcroft V, Barber (18t3), 1 C. & K. 4 153 

Holi-roft, Ladv, v. Smith (1702). 2 Freera. 259 1214 

Holden, Re, Ex parte BoUand (1874), L. R. 19 Eq. 131 ; 43 L. J. Bk. 9 ; 

31 L T 445 • 23 TV^ R 24 849 

Holden tr. BaUa!ntyDe (1860), 29 L. J. Q. B. Y48 : 6 Jur*. N. S.' 4^ 194 

Holden v. Holden (HUl v. Dolt) (1857), 7 De G. M. & G. 397 812 

Holden v. Kinjf (1876), 46 L. J. Ex. 75 ; 35 L. T. 497 ; 25 W. R. 62 1073 

Holder r. Coates (1827), M. & M. 112 114 

Holder v. Soulby (1860), 29 L. J. C. P. 246 : 8 C. B. N. S. 254 ; 6 Jur. 

N. S. 1031 ; 8 W. R. 438 162 

Holdfast r. Dowsing (1746), 2 Str. 1254; Ball. N. P. 264 1215 

Holding t>. EUiott (18.50), 39 L. J. Ex. 134; 6 H. & N. 117 520, 758 

Holding V. Pigott (1831), 7 Bing. 465 ; 6 M. & P. 427 781 

Holdsworth v. Davenport (1876), 46 L. J. Ch. 20 ; 3 Ch. D. 185 ; 35 L. T. 

319  25 W. R 20 684 

Holford V. Bailey (1850*),' 13 Q.*B.*427 ; 18 L.* J. Q. B.' VoV ;* 13 Jur. 278.. Ill 
Holgate, Re (1859), 1 S. & T. 261 ; 29 L. J. P. 161; 6 Jur. N. S. 251 ; 17 

W. R. 19 697 

Holgate V. Slight (1851), 2 L. M. & P. 662 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 74 732 

Holiday r. Pitt (1814), 2 Str. 986 ; GUb. R. 308 867 

Holl r. Griffin (1833). 10 Bing. 246 ; 3 M. & Sc. 732 645 

Holland r. Reeves (1835), 7 C. & P. 705 485, 929 

Holliday v. AtkiuHon (1826), 5 B. & C. 501 ; 8 D. & R. 163 133 

Hollingham r. Head (1858), 27 L. J. C. P. 241 ; 4 C. B. N. S. 388 ; 4 Jur. 

N S 379 . . 230 241 

HoUins r. Verney (1884), ISQ. B. D." 304 ; *5;i L. J. Q. B.430 ; 61 ij.' T. ' 

753 ; 33 W. R. 6 ; 48 J. P. 580 76 

Hollis V. Goldfinch (1823), 2 D. & R. 3 16 ; 1 B. & C. 205 235 

Holloway v. Rakes (1772), cited Davies r. Pierce. 2 T. R. 65; 1 R. R. 419 445 

Holman v. Burrow (1702), 2 Ld. Raym. 795 16, 18 

Holraan v. PuUin (1884), C. & E. 254 780 

Holme V. Brunskill (1877), 3 Q. B. D. 495 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 610 ; 38 L. T. 

oou 523 

H-.lincs r. Baileley (184V)i V Phiil.*476 V UL. J. Ch." 1 is ;' 9* Jur." 2*89* .* .' 601 
Holmes V. Bellingham (1859), 7 C. B. N. S. 329; 29 L. J. M. 0. 132 ; 6 

Jur. N. S. 534 112 

Holmes r. Clifton (1839), 10 A. & E. 673 649 

Holmes t\ Hoskins (18.)4), 9 Ex. 753 689. 690 

Holmes V. MackreU (1853), 3 C. B. N. S. 789; 30 L. T. (O. S.) 243.... 674, 713 

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Holmes v. Idward (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 622 ; 38 L. T. 381 ; 26 W. R. fi08.. 133 

Holmes v. Mitchell (1869), 48 L. J. C. P. 301 ; 7 C. B. N. S. 361 ; 6 Jur. 

N. S. 73 670, 676 

Hohnes c. Staines (1860), 3 C. & Kir. 19 621 

Holt V. CoUyer (1881), 16 Ch. D. 718 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 311 ; 44 L. T. 214 ; 

29 W. R. 502 741 

Holt 9. Jesse (1876), 8 Ch. D. 177 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 264 ; 24 W. B. 879 .... 608 

Holt r. Mien (1839), 9 C. & P. 196 314, 1032 

Holt*. Pie (1888), 120 Pa. St. 439 741 

Holt 9. Squire (1826), Ky. ft M. 282 606 

Homan tr. Thompson (1834), 6 C. & P. 717 271 

Home c. Bentinck (1820), 2 B. & B. 162 614, 618 

Homer r. Homer (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 636 ; 8 Ch. D. 768 ; 39 L. T. 8, 27 803 

Homer r. WalllB (1814), U Masd. 309 1223 

Homersbsm v. WoWerhampton Waterworks Co. (1861), Ex. 137 ; 6 

Railw. C. 790 642, 645 

HonibaU r. Bloomer (1864), 10 Ex. 638 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 11 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

188 1068 

Hood V. Ijd. Barrington (1868), L. B. 6 Eq. 218 671, 1046 

Hood «^. Ijady Beauchamp (1836), Hubb. Ev. of Snco. 468 420, 423 

Hood 9. Beeve(1828), 3 C. & P. 632 498 

Hooper r. Gnmm (1862), 2 J. & H. 602 ; 10 W. R. 644 : 6 L. T. 891 699 

Hooper f^. Stephens (1836), 4 A. & E. 71 ; 7 C. & P. 260 716 

Hopcraft r. Eleys (1833), 9 Binfj^. 613 ; 2 M. & Scott, 760 98 

Hope V. Beadon (1861), 2 L. M. & P. 693 ; 17 Q. B. 609 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 

26; 16 Jur. 80 ; 316 

Hope 9. Hope, (1893) W. N. 1893, at p. 20 453, 455 

Hope r. Liddell (1866), 24 L. J. Ch. 694 ; 7 De G. M. & 0. 338 321 

Hopewell v. De Pinna (1809), 9 Camp. 113 172 

Hopkins r. Crowe (1836), 4 A. & E. 774 ; 2 H. & W. 21 227 

Hopkins r. Grazebrook (1826), 6 B. & C. 31 ; 9 Dowl. & B. 22 773 

Hopkins 9. Logan (1839), 6 M. & W. 248; 7 Dowl. 360; 8 L. J. Ex. 

218 3S7, 716 

Hopkins v. Ware (1869), L. R. 4 Ex. 268 : 38 L. J. Ex. 147 ; 20 L. T. 147 32 

Hopper r. Warburton (1863), 32 L. J. Q. B. 104 ; 7 L. T. 722 ; 11 W. R. 

3S4 191, 196 

Hopwood V. Hopwood (1860), 26 L. J. Ch. 292 ; 22 Beav. 4n8 ; 29 L. J. Ch. 

747 ; 7 H. L. Ca». 728 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 897 806 

Hordem v. Commercial Union (1887), 66 L. J. P. C. 78 ; 66 L. T 240. .. . 48 

Horn 9. Thomborough (1849), 3 Ex. 846 ; 6 Dowl. & L. 661 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 
^9 ^ \ 39 227 

Honie i." Mackenzie (1839^6 Cl.^i .....'. ' 924 

Home 9. Smith (1816), 6 Taun. 9; 1 Marsh. 410 ; 3 East, 16, n. (a) ; 16 

R. B. 668 8 19, 832 

Home 9. Swinfoid (1822), 1 D. & B. Mag. Cas. 361 868 

Homer v. Homer (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 617; 47 L. J. Ch. 635; 8 Ch. D. 768.. 803 
Horanby «. Robson (should be Bolton) (1856), 1 C. B. N. S. 63 ; 26 L. J. 

C. P. 66 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 674 166 

Horroeks v, Metrop. By. Co. (1863), 4 B. & S. 316 ; 32 L. J. Q. B. 367 ; 10 

Jur. N. S. 204 ; 8 L. T. 668 ; 11 W. R. 910 1102 

Horsefall 0. Hodges (1824)i 2 Coop. 116 673 

Howmy v. Graham (1869), L. R. 6 C. P. 9 ; 39 L. J. C. P. 68 ; 21 L. T. 

539 ; 18 W. R. 141 682 

Horsfall r. Hey (1848), 2 Ex. 778 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 266 688 

Horsfoid, Re (1874), 44 L. J. P. & M. 9 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 211 ; 31 L. T. 

653 • 28 W^. R. 211 ... 707 

Horton w. M'Murtry (1860).' 29'l. J. Ex. *265 *; 5 H.' & N.'667 : 8 W. R. 285 202 
Horion r. Westminster Improvement Comrs. (1862), 7 Ex. 780 ; 21 L. J. 

Ex. 297 91, 93 

Horwood, In re (1886), 66 L. T. 373 914 

HoiVood r. Griffith (1864), 23 L. J. Ch. 466 ; 4 De G. M & G. 700 . . 785, 789 

Hospital for Incuiablee, In re (1884), 13 L. R. Ir. 361 1012 

Hotson 9. Browne (1860), 80 L. J. C. P. 106 ; 9 C. B. N. S. 442 747 

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Hough V. Manzanoe (1879), 48 L. J. Ex. 398 ; 4 Ex. D. 104 768 

Houghton, Ex parte (1810), 17 Ves. 251 ; 11 R. R. 73 666 

HoQjjrhton V. Koenig (1866), 18 0. B. 235 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 218 300 

Houlden «. Smith (1850), 14 Q. B. 841 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 170 ; 14 Jar. 598. . 1099 
Houlditch r. M. of Donegal (1834), 8 Bligh, N. R. 337 ; 2 CI. & Fin. 

476 1142, 1146, 1147, 1163, 1165 

Houliston V. Smyth (1825), 2 C. & P. 24 ; 3 Bing. 127 ; 10 Moore, C. P. 482 147, 

375, 1032 
Household Fire« &c. Ina. Co. v. Grant (1879), 48 L. J. Ex. 577 ; 4 Ex. D. 

216; 41L. T. 298; 27 W. R. 868 155 

Houseman r. Roberts (1832), 5 C. & P. 394 312 

Houston V. SUgo, Marquis of (1886), 29 Ch. D. 448 ; 52 L. T. 96. . . .1110, 1117 

How V, Hall (1811), 14 East, 274 ; 12 R. R. 515 289, 318, 319 

Howard r. Beal (1889), 23 Q. B. D. 1 ; 58 L. J. Q. B. 384 ; 60 L. T. 637 ; 

37 W. R. 565 1062 

Howard r. Canfield (1836), 5 Dowl. 417 927 

Howard v. Ducane (1823), 1 Turn. & R. 86 ; 1 L. J. Ch. O. S. 85 5 

Howard v, Hudson (1853), 2 E. & B. 1 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 341 ; 17 Jar. 865. . 538, 

648 

Howard v. Maitland (1883), 11 Q. B. D. 695 ; 53 L. J. Q. B. 42 773 

Howard v. Mitchell (1817), 14 Mass 241 89 

Howard v. Newton (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 509 237 

Howard v. Peete (1817), 2 ChitJy, R. 315 201 

Howard v. Sheward (1866), 36 L. J. C. P. 42 ; L. R. 2 C. P. 148 ; 15 L. T. 

183 ; 15 W. R. 46 230, 388 

Howard v. Smith (1841), 3 M, & Gr. 264 ; 3 Scott, N. R. 574 291 

Howard v. Williams (1842), 9 M. & W. 725 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 877 ; 6 Jur. 585 314 

Howard r. Wright (1823), 2 Coop. 114 760 

Howcutti;. Bonser (1849), 3 Ex. 491; 18 L. J. Ex. 262 721, 722 

Howei;. Hall (1870), I. R. 4 Eq. 242 688 

Howe V. Palmer (1820), 3 B. & Aid. 321 689 

Howe V. Scarrott (1859), 4 H. & N. 723 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 326 98 

Howe V. Walker (1855), 70 Mass. (4 Gray) 318 757 

Howell, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. & Mar.) 20, 406 698 

Howell V. Lock (1809), 2 Camp. 14 909 

Howes V. Barber (1862), 18 Q. B. 688 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 254 ; 16 Jur. 614. . 819 
Howlett V. Tarte (1861), 10 C. B. N. S. 813 ; 31 L. J. C. P. 146 ; 19 W. R. 

868 1120 

Hoyle, Re, Hoyle v. Hoyle, (1892) 41 W. R. 81 : reversing 67 L. T. 264.. 673 

Hoylev. Lord Comwallis (1720). 1 Str. 387 16 

Hubbard v. Alexander (1876), 3 Ch. D. 738 ; 45 L. J. Ch. 740 ; 35 L. T. 52 ; 

24 W. R. 1068 805 

Hubbard v, Johnstone (1810), 3 Taun. 209 29 

Hubbard v. Lees (1866), 35 L. J. Ex. 169 ; L. R. 1 Ex. 255 ; 4 H. & C. 

418 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 435 ; 13 L. T. 367 ; 14 W. R. 694 423, 693 

Hubbart r. PhilUps (1845), 13 M. & W. 703 ; 2 Dowl. & L. 707 ; 14 L. J. 

Ex. 103 1112 

Huber v. Steiner (1836), 2 Scott, 304 ; 2 Bing. N. C. 202 ; 2 Dowl. P. C. 

781 ; 1 Hodges, 206 52 

Hubert e>. Moreau (1826), 2 C. & P. 528 ; 12 Moore iC. P.), 216 675 

Hubert v. Treheme (1842), 3 M. & Gr. 743 ; 4 Scott, N. R. 486 ; Car. & 

M. 351 ; 11 L. J. C. P. 78 674 

Hubert's Case (1666), 6 How. St. Tr. 807 : Wills, Cir. Ev. 70 667 

Huckman v. Fimie (1838), 3 M. & W. 605 ; 1 H. & H. 149 ; 2 Jur. 444 ; 

7 L. J. Ex. 163 272 

Huckvale, Re (1867), 86 L. J. P. & M. 84 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 376 ; 16 L. T. 

434; 16 W. R. 64 698 

Hudson V, Guestier (1848), 4 Cranch, 293 1150 

Hudson V. Parker (1844), 1 Roberts. 24 695, 696. 697 

Hudson V. Revett (1829), 6 Bing. 368 ; 2 M. & P. 663 .... 1 1204 

Hudson r. Tabor (1877), 2 Q. B. D. 290 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 463 ; Zh L. T. • 

492 ; 26 W. R. 740 .397 

Hudson t>. Tooth (1877), 2 P. D. 125 ; 36 L. T. 820 84d 

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Hnet «. Le Mesorier (1786), 1 Cox, Ch. 275 1048 

Hnffell 9, Armitstoad (1835), 7 C. & P. 56 35 

Huggins V. Ward (1873), 8 Q. B. D. 521 ; 29 L. T. 33 ; 21 W. R. 914..266, 1008 

Hughes' case (1802), 2 East, P. C. 1002 278 

Hughes' PateQt, Be (1879), 48 L. J. P. C. 20 ; 4 App. Cas. 174 ; 27 W. R. 

493 129 

Hughes r!'Biddiilph(i827)V4'Ruii!V90 601 

Hughes V. Blake (1818), I Mason, 515 1140 

Hughes r. Bucklaud (1846), 16 M. & W. 346 ; 3 Dowl. & L. 702 ; 15 L. J. 

Ex. 238 ; 10 Jur. 884 31, 39, 227 

Hughes V. Budd (1840), 8 Dowl. 315 ; 4 Jur. 150 312, 314 

Hughes r. Metrop. Ry. Co. (1877), 45 L. J. 0. P. 578 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 683 ; 

2 App. Cas. 439 ; 86 L. T. 932 ; 25 W. R. 680 644 

Hughes V. Morris (1852), 21 L. J. Ch. 761 ; 2 De G. M. & G. 349 ; 16 Jur. 

603 651 

Hughes V. Paramore (1855), 24 L. J. Ch. 681 ; 7 Be G. M. & G. 229 ; 1 

Jur. N. S. 1101 710, 715 

Hughes r. Rogers (1841), 8 M. & W. 125 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 238 1226 

Hughes 9. Vargas (1893), 9 R. 661 ; 9 T. L. R. 92 618, 619 

Hnguenin v. Baseley (1807), 14 Yes. 273 ; 9 R. R. 148, 276 ; Preface vi. . 136 

Hulbert r. Hulhert (1891), 26 Amer. St. R. 482 592 

Hull r. Blake (1816), 13 Mass. 153 1139 

Hull, Mayor of, v. Homer (1779), 1 Cowp. 102 122, 123 

Humhle v. Hunt (1817), Holt, N. P. R. 601 1050 

Humble v. Hunter (1848), 12 Q. B. 310 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 350 ; 12 Jur. 

121 759 

Humble v. MitcheU (1839), 11 A. & E. 205 ; 2 RaUw. Cas. 70 683, 684 

Hume V, Burton (1785), 1 Ridg. P. C. (Jr.) 204 1102 

Humer. Soott(1821), 3 A. K. Marsh. 261 973 

Humphrey r. St. Leger (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 714 314 

Humphreys 9. Budd (1841), 9 Dowl. 1000; 5 Jur. 630 17 

Humphreys v. Green (1882), 10 Q. B. D. 148 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 140 ; 48 

L. T. 60; 47 J. P. 244 688 

Humphreys v, Jones (1845), 14 M. & W. 1 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 254 712 

Humphries v, Brogden (1848), 12 Q. B. 739, 746 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 10 ; 15 

Jur. 124 114, 115 

Hungate r. Gascoyne (1846), 2 Phill. 25 ; 2 Coop. 414 422, 423, 424 

Hungerford t;. Beeoher (1856), 5 Ir. Ch. Rep. 417 93 

Hunt 9. Adams (1809), 5 Mass. 360 668, 744, 7o7, 758 

Huntr. Adams (1811), 7 Mass. 518 758, 1196 

Hunt V. Anderson (1868), L. R. 1 P. & D. 476 ; 37 L. J. P. & M. 27 .... 1189 

Hunt r. GoodUke (1873), 43 L. J. C. P. 54 ; 29 L. T. 472 46 

Hunt r. Heoht (1853), 8 Ex. 814 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 293 692 

Hunt V. Hewitt (1852), 7 Ex. 243 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 210 ; 16 Jur. 503 . . 1184, 1185 

Huntr. Hort(1791), 8 Bro. C. C. 811 760 

Hunt V. Hunt (1866), L. R. 1 P. & D. 209 ; 35 L. J. P. & M. 135 699 

Hunt V. Livermore (1827), 5 Pick. 395 755 

Hunt r. Massey (1834), 2 B. & Ad. 502 ; 3 N. &M. 109 146 

Hunt r. Peake (1860), Johns. 706 ; 29 L. J. Ch. 785 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 107 . . 115 

Hunt r. Rousmanier (1823), 8 Wheat. 211 748 

Hunt (should be Hart) r. Tulk (1852), 2 De G. M. & G. 300 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 

649 802 

Hunt p. Wimbledon Looal Board (1878), 3 C. P. D. 208 ; 47 L. J. C. P. 

640 650 

Hunt r. Wise (1859), 1 F. & F. 445 476 

Hunter, The (1816), 1 Dods. Adm. 480, 486, 487 102, 108 

Hunter r. Atkins (1832), 3 Myl. & K. 113 187 

Hunter r. Caldwell (1847), 10 Q. B. 69 ; 12 Jur. 285 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 274 . . 39 

Hunter v. Enmianuel (1864), 16 C. B. 290 ; 24 L. J. C. P. 16 190 

Hunter r. Leathley (1830), 10 B. & C. 858 321 

Hunter v. Neck (1841), 3 M. & Gr. 181 ; 3 Scott, N. R. 448 ; 10 L. J. 
C. P. 297 19 

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CIV TABLE OF CASES CITED, 

Hnnter «. Parker (1840), 7 M. & W. 343 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 281 ... .645, 646, 651, 

652, 730 

Hunter v. Stewart (1861), 31 L. J. Ch. 346 ; 4 De G. F. & J. 168 1117, 1123 

Hunter v. Walters (1870), L. R. 11 Eq. 292 ; 24 L. T. 276 642 

Huntingdon Peerage (1818), Beport by Bell, 357 ; Att.-6en.*8 Report, 

357 423, 426 

Huntingford v. Massey (1869), 1 F. & F. 690 243 

Huntley v. Donovan (I860), 16 Q. B. 96 1047 

Huntley Peerage (1818), Pari. Min. 15 423 

Hurd V. Moring (1824), 1 C. & P. 372 ; 609 

Hurpurahad v. Sheo Dyal (1870), L. R. 3 Ind. App. 259, 286 899 

Hurst's case (1804), 4 Dall. 387 866 

Hurst V. Beach (1821), 5 Madd. 351 806, 808 

Huasey v, Crickett (1811), 3 Camp. 168 621 

Hussey «. Home-Payne (1878), 4 App. Gas. 311 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 846; 47 

L.J. Ch. 761; 8 Ch. D. 670 672 

Hutcheon t>. Mannington (1802), 6 Vee. 823 9 

Hutchins v. Denziloe (1792), 1 Hagg. Cons. R. 181 632 

Hutchinsf. Soott(1837),2M.&W.816; M.&H. 194; 6L.J.£x. 186.. 801, 1197, 

1199 

Hutchinson v. Bernard (1836), 2 M. & Rob. 1 355 

Hutchinson v. Glover (1875), 46 L. J. Q. B. 120; 1 Q. B. D. 138; 33 

L. T. 606; 24 W. R. 185 1187 

Hutchinson v. Tatham (1873), 42 L. J. C. P. 260 : L. R. 8 C. P. 482 . .764, 769 

Hutchison v. Bowker (1839), 6 M. & W. 535 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 24 43 

Huthwaite v. Phaiie (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 159 ; 1 Scott, N. R. 43 ; 8 Dowl. 

641 1133 

Hutt, Ex parte (1839), 7 Dowl. 690; 3 Jur. 1105 994, 998 

JLnttv. Morrell (1849), 3 Ex. 241 632 

Hutton, Re (1837), 1 Curt. 596 173 

Hutton V. Bright (1851-7), 3 H. L. Cas. 341 ; 16 Jur. 695 540, 641 

Hutton V. Rossiter (1864-5), 7 De G. M. & G. 9; 24 L. J. Ch. 106 639, 653 

Hutton r, Upfill (1850), 2 H. L. Cas. 674 ; 14 Jur. 843 640 

Hutton V. Ward (1850), 15 Q. B. 26 : 19 L. J. Q. B. 293 ; 14 Jur. 372 818 

Hutton V. Warren (1836), 1 M. & W. 466 ; 2 Gale, 71 ; 1 T. & G. 646 : 

5 L. J. Ex. 234 169, 768, 770, 781, 783 

Hux, Re (1877), 46 L. J. P. D. & A. 39 ; 36 L. T. 909 ; 25 W. R. 273 . . 1214 
Huxley v. East London Ry. Co. (1889), 14 App. Cas. 26; 68 L. J. Q. B. 

305; 60L. T. 642; 37 W. R. 625 41 

Hyckraan v. Shotbolt (1567), 3 Dyer, 279 b 643 

Hyde v. Hyde (1889), 69 L. T. 623 914 

Hyde v. Pabner (1862), 3 B. & S. 657 ; 32 L. J. Q. B. 126 ; 11 W. R. 

433 380 

Hyde v. Watts (1843), 12 M. & W. 254 ; 1 Dowl. & L. 479 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 41 622 

Hyman v. Nye (1881), 6 Q. B. D. 685 ; 44 L. T. 919 ; 45 J. P. 654 772 

Hynde's case (1692-3), 4 Rep. 71 b: cited in Doe «;. Wright, 10 A. & E. 

775 1140 

Ibbott v. Bell (1865), 34 Beav. 396 708 

lUingworth v. Leigh (1800), 4 GwiUim, 1615 ; 3 Eag. & Y. 1385 611 

Ilotti?. Genge(1846), 3 Curt. 174 696, 697 

Imperial Bank v. Lend. & St. Catherine Dock Co. (1876), 46 L. J. Ch. 337; 

5 Ch. D. 195; 36 L. T. 233 6, 769 

Imperial Gas Co. v. Clarke (1830), 7 Bing. 95 ; 4 M. & P. 727 996 

Imperial Loan Co. v. Stone, (1892) 1 Q. B. 699 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 449 ; 

66 L T. 556 ; 56 J. P. 436 242 

Imrie v. Castrique (1«60), 8 C. B. N. S. 405 1103 

Inca, The (1858), 12 Moore, P. C. C. 189 ; Swab. 370 177 

Inoledon v. Berry (1805), 1 Camp. 203, n. {a) 1096 

Indian Zoedone Co., Re (1884), 63 L. J. Ch. 468 ; 26 Ch. D. 70 1022 

InsfHlls V. Bills (1845), 9 Mete. 1 772 

Ingilby v, Shafto (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 807 ; 33 Beav. 31 U83 

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iDglesaat v. Liglesant (1874), L. B. 3 P. ft D. 172 ; 43 L. J. P. ft M. 43. . 69t( 

IngliB V. Buttery (1878), 3 App. Caa. 652 743 

Inglisv.6ieatNorth.R7.Co.(1862),lMaoq. 112; lPater8oii,78..294, 1176, 1177 

Inglis t>. IngUs and AUen (1867), 16 L. T. 775 ; 15 W. R. 1093 621 

IngliB V. Spenoe (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 436; 4 L. J. Ex. 11 ; 3 Tjr. 8. . . .618, 519 

Ingraham V. BogMub (1823), 9 Serg. & R. 285 458 ' 

Ingram v. I>a (1810), 2 Gamp. 621 289 

Ingram v. WyaU (1828), 1 Hagg. Eco. 384 140 

Inmanv. Foster (1832), 8 Wend. 602 255 

Inman v. Stamp (1815), 1 Stark. 12; 18 R. R. 740 682 

Innellr. Newman (1821), 4 B. ft Aid. 419 487 

Innisv. Campbell (1829), 1 Rawle, 373 172 

Interleaf Fabliahing Co. 9, Phillips (1885), C. ft £. 315 281 

International Ry. Co. 9. Anderson (1891). 27 Amer. St. R. 907 377 

lona. The (1867), L. R. 1 P. C. 426 ; 4 Moo. P. C. C. N. S. 336 ; 16 L. T. 

158 178 

IpHwich case (1835), Enapp ft Ombler, 387 497 

Ipewich Dock Commiss. v. St. Peter. Ipswich (1867), 7 B. ft S. 310 112 

Ireland «. Powell (1802), cited Pea. Ev. 16 396, 400 

Irish Society v. Bp. of Derry (1846), 12 CI. ft Fin. 666 1102, 1230 

Irons 9. Smallpieoe (1819), 2 B. ft Aid. 551 639 

Irving V. Greenwood (1824), 1 C. & P. 350 255 

Irving r. Veitch (1837), 3 M. ft W. 90 ; Mur. ft H. 313 ; 7 L. J. Ex. 25. . 717 

Irwin V. CaUwell (I860), 12 Ir. C. L. R. 144 1163 

l8aacr.Farrer(1836).lM.ftW.70;4Dowl.75o; 6L. J.Ex.94; 1T.&G.281 220 

Isaac V, Gompertz (1837). cited Hubback on Ef. of Suoc. 650 418 

Isaacs «. Hardy (1884), C. ft E, 287 Add, [6S%1 

Isabella, The (1799), 2 C.Rob. Adm. 241 757 

Isqnierdo 9. Forbes (1750-51), cited 1 Dong. 6 1155 

Israel v. Argent (1834), Pears. Chit. PI. 330, n. (ft) 147 

Israel v. Clark (103. should be 1803), 4 Esp. 259 550 

lasard v. Lambert, In re Davies (1890), 44 Ch. D. 253 ; 69 L. J. Ch. 516 ; 

62L.T.715; 38 W. R. 634 913 

lyat 9, Finch (1808), 1 Taun. 141 ; 9 R. R. 716 612 

Ivey r. Yoong (1836), 1 M. ft Rob. 646 192 

lyy, Lady, and Neal's case (1684), cited Skin. 623 ; 1 Salk. 281 ; 12 Mod. 86 1 179 

Jack 9. Kieman (1840), 2 Jebb ft Sy. 231 1015, 1017, 1044 

Jackson, Re, Ex parte Bk. of Manchester (1871), 40 L. J. Bk. 67 ; L. R. 

12Eq. 364; 19 W. R. 872; 24L. T. 951 686 

Jackson, Re, In re Walker (1886), 63 L. T. 660 ; 34 W. R. 95 621 

Jackson v. Adams (1835), 2 Scott, 699 ; 2 Bing. N. C. 402 ; 1 Hodges, 339 244 
Jackson v. Allaway (1844), 6 M. ft Gr. 942 ; 7 Scott, N. R. 875 ; 13 L. J. 

C. P. 84; 8 Jut. 63 201 

Jackson «. Allen (1822), 8 Stark. R. 74 1191 

Jackson V. BaUey (1806), 2 Johns. 17 354 

Jackson r. Bazd (1809), 4 Johns. 230 443, 510 

Jackson 9. Blanshan (1808), 3 Johns. 292 86, 433 

Jackaon v. Browner (1820), 18 Johns. 37 413 

Jackson v. Bumham (1862), 8 Ex. 173 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 13 664 

Jackson v. Christman (1830). 4 Wend. 277 927 

Jackson v. Cooley (1811), 8 Johns. 128 422 

Jackson r. French (1829), 3 Wend. 337 698, 599 

Jackson r. Frier (1819), 16 Johns. 196 306 

Jackson p. Gridley (1820), 18 Johns. 98 898 

Jackson r. Hesketh (1819), 2 Stark. R. 518 2/0 

Jackson v. HiU (1839), 10 A. ft E. 477 ; 2 P. ft D. 455 ; 3 Jur. 976 549 

Jackson v. Irrin (1809), 2 Camp. 50 ; 11 R. R. 658 169 

Jackson v. Jackson (1825), 6 Cowen, 173 909 

Jackson 9. Jackson (1842), Ir. Cir. R. 469 1162 

Jackson 9. Kniffen (1806), 2 Johns. 31 466, 470 

JackHon p. Lamb (1827), 7 Cowen, 431 433 

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Jaokson r. Lowe (1822), 1 BiDg. 9 ; 7 Moore, 219 672 

Jackson v, Laqnere (1826), 6 Gowen, 221 433 

Jackson V. M'Oall (1813), 10 Johns. 377 124, 433 

Jackson V. Malin (1818), 15 Johns. 297 1199 

Jackson D. Marsh (1826), 6 Gowen, 281 802 

Jaokson v. Matsdorf (1814), 11 Johns. 97 90 

Jackson v. Metropolitan By. Co. (1877), 3 App. Cas. 193 ; 47 L. J. C. P. 

303 ; 37 L. T. 679 ; 26 W. R. 176 23, 28, 38 

Jackson v. Miller (1827), 6 Cowen, 761 11/8 

Jackson v. Oglander (1866), 2 H. & M. 465 ; 13 L. T. 16 ; 13 W. R. 936. . 672 

Jackson v. Pesked (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 237 ; 14 R. R. 417 85 

Jackson v. Seagar (1844), 2 Dowl. & L. 13 815, 832 

Jackson v, Thomason (1862), 31 L. J. Q. B. 11 ; 1 B. & S. 746 ; 8 Jor. 

N. 8. 134; 6L. T. 104; 10 W. R. 42 939 

Jackson v. Waldron (1834), 12 Wend. 178-197 1219 

Jackson v, Williamson (1788), 2 T. R. 281 816 

Jackfion v. Winchester (1800), 4 Dall. 206 327 

Jackson v. Wood (1829), 3 Wend. 27 1098 

Jackson v. Woolley (1868), 27 L. J. Q. B. 181 ; 8 E. & B. 778 ; 4 Jur. 

N. 8. 666 490 

Jackson v. Wright (1817), 11 Johns. 193 90 

Jacob v. Hungate (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 446 261, 816, 832 

Jacob©. Lee (1837), 2 M. & Rob. 33 313 

Jacob V, Lindsay (1801), 1 East, 460 293, 485, 926 

Jacobs, Re (1836). 1 Har. & W. 123 833 

Jacobs V. Hart (1817), 6 M. & Sel. 142; 2 Stark. R. 46 1195, 1196 

Jacobs V. Humphrey (1834), 2 C. & M. 413 ; 4 Tyr. 272; 3 L. J. Ex. 82. . 496 

Jacobs r. Jacobs (1834), 3 Dowl. 677 870 

Jacobs r. Laybom (1843), 11 M. & W. 686 ; 1 Dowl. & L. 362 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 

427 ; 7 Jur. 662 909, 910 

Jacobs V. Seward (1872), L. R. 6 H. L. 464 ; 41 L. J. C. P. 221 ; 27 L. T. 

185 192 

Jacobs V. Tarleton (1848), 11 Q. B. 421 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 194 ; 12 Jur. 617 272 

Jacomb v. Turner, (1892) 1 Q. B. 47 1040 

Jaggers r. Binnings (1816), 1 Stark. R. 64 ; 19 R. R. 746 492 

Jakeman v. Cook (1879), 48 L. J. Ex. 165 ; 4 Ex. D. 26 ; 27 W. R. 171 . . 1157 

James v. Bion (1826), 2 Sim. & St. 606 620, 521 

James v, Cohen (1844), 3 Curt. 782 709 

James v. Hatfield (1734), 1 Str. 648 488 

James p. Salter (1837), 3Bing.N. C. 544 74 

James p. Smith (1890), 63 L. T. 624 665 

James v. Williams (1834), 6 B. & Ad. 1109 ; 3 N. & M. 196 ; 2 DowL 481 669 

Jameson v. Drinkald (1826), 12 Moore (C. P.), 148 035 

Jameson t;. Leitch (1842), Maw. 688 1031, 1116 

Jameson r. Stein (1856), 21 Beav. 6 ; 25 L. J. Ch. 41 679 

Jameson v. Swinton (1810), 2 Taun. 224 ; 2 Camp. 373 33 

Janaway, Re (1876), 44 L. J. P. & M. 6 ; 31 L. T. SOO ; 23 W. R. 386 . . 697 

J* Anson r. Stuart (1796), 1 T. R. 754 ; 1 R. R. 392 249 

Jardinev. Sheridan (1846), 2 C. & K. 24 606, 514 

Jarmain v. Hooper (1843), 6 M. & Cr. 827 ; 1 Dowl. & L. 769 ; 13 L. J. 

C. P. 63 ; 8 Jur. 127 168 

Jarrett v. Leonard (1814), 2 M. & Sel. 266 498 

Jayne v. Price (1814), 5 Taun. 326 ; 1 Marsh. 68 ; 16 R. R. 518 116 

Jeakes v. White (1851), 6 Ex. 873 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 266 682 

Jeans v. Cooke (1857), 24 Beav. 513 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 67 ; 27 L. J. Ch. 202. . 666 

Jeans v, Wheedon (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 486 294, 356 

Jeffcott V, North Brit. Oil Co. (1873), L R. 8 C. L. 17 671 

Jefferson Ins. Co. v. Cotheal (1831)^ 7 Wend. 72 934 

Jeffery v. Walton (1816), 1 Stark. R. 267 746 

Jefferys v. Boosey (1864), 4 H. L. Cas. 815 ; 3 C. L. R. 626 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 

81: lJur.N.S.615 731 

Jeffries V. Creat Western Ry. Co. (1866), 6 El. & Bl. 802 ; 25 L. J. Q. B. 

107; 2 Jur. N. S. 230 117 

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Jeffries V. Wmiamfl (1850), 5 Ex. 792; 20 L. J. Ex. 14 114, 116 

Jenkms v. Betham (1854), 15 C. B. 188 ; 3 0. L. R. 373 ; 24 L. J. C. P. 

94 ; 1 Jup. N. 8. 237 780 

JenkinBv. Blisaxd (1816), 1 Stark. R. 419; 19 R. R. 792 1096 

Jenkins v. Boshbj (1866), 35 L. J. Gh. 400, 820 ; L. R. 2 £q. 647 ; 14 W. R. 

531; 34 L. T. 431 692, 699, 1188 

JenkinB p. Bushby, (1891) 1 Ch. 484 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 254 ; 64 L. T. 213 ; 39 

yg^ R 32 1 23 

Jenkins i?. Davi(4' (isie)\ 1 Oh.' b.'696 V 24 W. K 690 * .' ! ! .' '. '. ' ',['///. [ \ '. 534 

Jenkinsv. Gai8ford(1863), 37L. J. P. &M. 122; 3 S. & T. 93 700 

Jenkins v. Harvey (1836), 1 0. M. & R. 877 ; 2 0. M. & R. 393 ; 1 Gale, 

23; 6Tyr.326 792 

Jenkins v. Heyoock (1863), 8 Moo. P. 0. 0. 361 ; 1 0. L. R. 406 ; 6 Moo. 

Ind. App. 361 771 

Jenkins V. Morris (1847), 16 M. & W. 877, 880 160 

Jenkins V. PhiUips (1841), 9 0. & P. 766; 6 Jur. 262 189, 194 

Jenkins v. Reynolds (1821), 3 B. & B. 21 ; 6 Moore (0. P.), 86 668 

Jenner «. Ffinch (1879), 49 L. J. P. & M. 25 ; 6 P. Div. 106 ; 42 L. T. 327; 

28W. R. 620 704 

Jenner v. Joliffe (1810), 6 Johns. 9 293 

Jenner «. Morris (1861), 30 L. J. Oh. 361; 2DeG.F. & J.46 ; 7Jur.N. S. 

375; 3L. T. 871; 9W. R. 391 167 

Jennings, Ra (1851), 1 Ir. Oh. R. 236 1177 

Jennings v. Johnson (1873), L. R. 8 0. P. 425 724 

Jennings v. Whittaker (1826), 4 T. B. Monroe, 60 629 

Jessel V. Bath (1867), 36 L. J. Ex. 149 ; L. R. 2 Ex. 267 ; 16 W. R. 1041 . .86, 

741 

Jesns Coll. f^. Gibbe (1834), 1 Y. & 0. Ex. 156 ; 4 L. J. Ex. Eq. 42 320 

Jetley v. Hill (1884), 0. & E. 239 166 

Jewell r. Christie (1867), 36 L. J. 0. P. 168 ; L. R. 2 0. P. 296 ; 16 L. T. 

680 85 

Jewell V. Jewell (1843), 1 Howard, Sup. Ot. R. 231 413 

Jewett r. Torry (1814), 11 Mass. 219 644 

Jewis V, Lawrence (1869), L. R. 8 Eq. 345 144 

Jewison r. Dyson (1842), 9 M. & W. 640 ; 2 M. & R. 377 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 

401 232 

JewiH, Re (1864), 33 L. J. Oh. 730 ; 33 Beav. 659 869 

Jewitt r. Eckhardt (1878), 8 Oh. D. 404 ; 26 W. R. 415 661 

Jewsbury r. NewboJd (1857), 26 L. J. Ex. 247 166 

Jeyes v. Booth (1797), 1 Bos. & P. 97 ; 4 R. R. 771 732 

Jinks r. Edwards (1856), 11 Ex. 776 773 

Joel 9. Dicker (1847), 6 Dowl. & L. 1 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 369 732, 733 

John and Mary, The (1859), Swab. Adm. R. 471 1120 

John V. Bacon (1870), L. R. 6 0. P. 437 ; 39 L. J. 0. P. 336 772 

Johnson, Ex parte. Re Chapman (1884), 26 Ch. D. 338 ; 63 L. J. Ch. 763 ; 

32 IV R 693 . . 916 

Johnson •. Appleby (1874)* 43 L. J. C. P. 146 '; L. R. 9 C. P." 158 " ! .' ! ! ! ! 743 

Johnson r. Baker (1821), 4 B. & Aid. 440 1203 

Johnson v. BaU (1851), 5 De G. & Sm. 86 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 210 701 

Johnson r. Barnes (1873), L. R. 8 C. P. 627 ; 42 L. J. C. P. 259 ; 29 L. T. 

66 122 

Johnson r. Blane (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Eco. & Mar.) 457, 461 170 

Johnson r. CauUdns (1799), 1 Johns. 116 266 

Johnson v. Credit Ly^mais Co. (1877), 3 0. P. D. 32 ; 47 L. J. 0. P. 241 ; 

37L. T. 667; 26 W. R. 195 116 

Johnson r. Daveme (1821), 19 Johns. 134 609, 1221 

Johnson r. Dodgson (1837), 2 M. & W. 659 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 185 674 

Johnson r. Duke of Marlborough (1818), 2 Stark. R. 378 1193 

Johnson v. Durant (1831), 4 0. & P. 327 ; 2 B. & Ad. 926 612, 1160 

Johnson v. Hooker (1789), 1 Dall. 406 1178 

Johnson v. Holdsworth (1836), 4 Dowl. 63 487 

Johnson v. Johnson (1832), 2 L. J. Ex. 73 ; 1 0. & M. 140 ; 3 Tyr. 
73 696 

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CVIU TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

Johnron 9. Kershaw (1847), 1 De G. & Sm. 260 ; 11 Jur. 658, 796 323 

Johnson t;. Lawson (1824), 2 Bing. 86 ; 9 Moore, 183 413, 416 

Johnson v. Lindsay (1889), 23 Q. B. D. 608 ; 68 L. J. Q. B. 581 ; 38 

W. R. 119 492 

Johnson r. Lyford (1868), 87 L. J. P. & M. 65 ; L. K. 1 P. & D.646. .113, 356, 

747 

Johnsons. Manning (1860), 12 Lr. C. L. R. 148 167 

Johnson v. Mason (1794). 1 Esp. 89 1208 

Johnson 1;. Raylton (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 438 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 753 777 

Johnson r. Reid (1840), 6 M. & W. 124 ; 9 L. J. M. C. 25 132 

Johnson v. St. Peter, Hereford (1846), 4 A. & £. 525 ; 4 K. & M. 186 ; 

1 H. & W. 720 169 

Johnson v. Stear (1863), 15 C. B. N. S. 330 781 

Johnson v. Ward (1806), 6 Esp. 47 500, 1050 

Johnson v. Warwick (1856), 25 L. J. C. P. 102 ; 17 C. B. 616 92 

Johnston v, Clinton (1841), Arm. M. & O. 123 977 

Johnston v. Mappin, (1891) 60 L. J. Ch. 241 ; 64 L. T. 48 679 

Johnston v. Summer (1858), 3 H. & N. 261 ; 27 L. J. Ex. 341 ; 4 Jur. 

N. S. 462 166, 167 

Johnston v. Usbome (1840), 11 A. & E. 549 ; 3 P. & D. 236 764, 783 

Johnstone v. Hudlestone (1825), 4 B. & C. 932 ; 7 D. & R. 411 16, 660 

Johnstone v. Sutton (1786), 1 T. R. 545 ; 1 R. R. 257, 269 110 

Joint V. Mortyn (1823), 2 Fox & Sm. 4 669 

JoUey V. Taylor (1807)» 1 Camp. 143 .'. 289, 318 

JoUy r. Rees (1864), 33 L. J. 0. P. 177 ; 16 C. B. N. S. 628 166 1 

Jolly V. Young (1800), 1 Esp. 186 763 I 

Joly V. Swift (1847), 11 Ir. Eq. R. 410 1110, 1138 

Jones, In re (1855), Deane, Eco. R. 3 696 

Jones, In re (1864), 46 L. J. P. D. & A. 80 699 

Jones, Re, Ex parte Jones (1881), 18 Ch. D. 109 ; 29 W. R. 747 ; 60 L. J. 

Ch.673 100 

Jones and Bearer's case (1666), Kelynge, 52 1 126 

Jones V, Boland (1840), 2 Jebb & Sy. 289 47 

Jones V. Boyce (1816), 1 Stark. 493 163 

Jones 1;. Brewer (1811), 4 Taun. 47 329, 1209 

Jones p, Canington (1824), 1 C. & P. 329 • 611 

Jones V. Cowley (1825), 4 B. & C. 445 185 

Jones V. Curling (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 262 ; 53 L. J. Q. B. 373 ; 50 L. T. 

349; 32W. R. 651 41 

Jones V. Cwmorthen Slate Co. (1879), 5 Ex. Div. 93 ; 49 L. J. Ex. 110 ; 

41 L. T. 675; 28 W. R. 237 ; 44 J. P. 168 60 

Jones r. Edwards (1825), M'Cl. & Y. 139 313 

Jones r. Flint (1839), 10 A. & E. 758 ; 9 L. J. Q. B. 252 ; 2 P. & D. 

694 686, 6B6 

Jenesr. Fort (1828). M. & M. 196 26 

Jones V. Foxall (1862), 15 Beav. 388; 21 L. J. Ch. 725 614 

Jones V. Frost, la re Fiddey (187i), L. R. 7 Ch. App. 77.3 ; 42 L. J. Ch, 

47; 27L. T. 465; 20 W. R. 1025 93 

Jones r. G«le*s Exors. (1817), 4 Mart. 635 14 

Jones V. Gal way Town Commissioners (1847), Ir. L. R. 435 134 

Jones V. Gtooday (1842), 9 M. & W. 743 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 914 226, 227 

Jones V. Goodrich (1844), 5 Moo. P. C. C. 16 610, 1$45 

Jones r. Harris (1871), 41 L. J. Q. B. 6; L. R. 7 Q. B. 167 736 

Jones V. Hoey (1880), 128 Mass. 586 782 

Jones r. Howell (1836). 4 Dowl. 176 286 

Jones p. Hutchinson (1851), lOC. B. 516; 20 L.J. C. P. 114 193 

Jones V. Jones (1785), 1 Cox, Ch. 184 3C9 

Jones V. Jones (1841), 9 M. &W. 75; 11 L J. Ex. 265 lSi6 

Jones V. Just (1868), 37 L. J. Q. B. 89; L. R. 3 Q. B. 197 ; 9 B. & S. 141 777 

Jones V. Littledale (1837), 6 A. & E. 486 ; 1 N. & P. (^77 768 

Jones V. Mills (1861), 10 C. B. N. S. 788 ; 31 L. J. C. P. 66 : 8 Jur. N. S. 

3*^7 36 

Jones r. Moraell (1844), 1 C. & K. 266 528 

S^ r^trencea are to pagti^ not to parafff4iph*. 



TABLE OP CASES CITED. CIX 

PAOB 

J<me« V. Nefwman (1750-1), 1 W. Bl. 60 793 

Jones V. Ogle (1873). 41 L. J. Ch. 633 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 334 ; L. R. 14 Eq. 

419; L. R. 8 Ch. 192; 20 W. R. 794; 21 W. R. 239; 27 L. T. 367; 

28L.T.245 139 

Jones V. Peppercome (1859), 28 L. J. Ch. 158 ; Johns. 430; 6 Jur. N. S. 

140 6 

Jones V. Perry (1796), 2 Esp. 482 373 

Jones V. Pngh (1842), 1 Phill. 91 693 

Jones V. Randall (1774), 1 Cowp. 17 ; Lofft, 383, 428 1032, 1035, 1093 

Jones V. Ryder (1838), 4 M. & W. 32 ; 1 H. & H. 256 387, 716 

Jones r. Stevens (1822), U Price, 235 252, 265 

Jones r. Strond (1825), 2 C. & P. 196 923, 924 

Jones r. Tarleton (1»42), 9 M. & W. 675 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 626 ; 6 Jur. 

348 309 

Jones V. Turberville (1792), 2 Ves. jun. 11 495 

Jones r. Tumour (1830), 4 0. & P. 204 647 

Jones r. Turpin (1871), 6 Helsk. (Tenn.) 181 616 

Jones r. Victoria Graving Dock Co. (1877), 46 L. J. Q. B. 219 ; 2 Q. B. 

D. 314; 36L. T. 144; 25 W. R. 348 672, 674 

Jones r. Waller (1753), 3 OwUlim, 847 171, 431 

Jones r. Walters (1835), 4 L. J. Ex. 109 ; 1 C. M. & R. 713 ; 6 Tyr. 

861 1203, 1204 

Jones r. White (1717), 1 Str. 68; Bull. N. P. 233 1102, 1116 

Jones r. Williams (1837), 2 M. & W. 327 233 

Jonianz. Madame, case of, " Times,'* 8 Jan., 4 Feb. 1895 673 

Jopp r. Wood (1865). 4 De O. J. & S. 616 ; 34 L. J. Ch. 211 ; 11 Jur. 

' N. S. 212; 12L. T. 41; 13 W. R. 481 179 

Joidaine v. Lashbrooke (1798), 7 T. R. 601 877 

Jordan r. Lewis (1739), 14 East, 306, n. ; 12 R. R. 520, n 600, 987 

Jorden r. Money (1854), 5 H. L. Cas. 185 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 865 639, 627 

Jory V. Orchard (1779), 2 Bos. & P. 39 ; 5 R. R. 537 317 

JosUnff p. Kingsford (1863), 32 L. J. C. P. 94 ; 13 C. B. N. S. 447 ; 11 

W.R. 377 776 

Jonmn p. Bonrdieu (1787), Park on Insurance, 245 .......,.• 763 

JuddfT. Green (1876), 45 L. J. Ch. 108 ; 33L. T. 697 i37 

Judge r. Berkeley (1825), cited 7 C. & P. 371, n. (a) 246 

Jttgifomohun Ghose v. Manickchund (1869), 7 Moo. Ind. App. Cas. 263 . . 782 

Justice F. Elstob (1868). 1 F. & F. 256 290, 312, IO06 

Juiitice r. Gosling (1852), 12 C. B. 39 ; 21 L. J. C. P. 94 ; 16 Jur. 429 . . 1116 
Justice V. Mersey Steel Co. (1876), 24 W. R. 199 1234 

Eadish p. Garden City, &o., (1894) 42 Am. St. R. 256 Add. [644] 

Kahlr. Jansen (1812), 4 Taun. 665 388, 486 

Kain •. Old (1824), 2 B. & C. 634 747 

Raines p. Knightly (1682), Skin. 54 766 

Karla, The (1864), B. & Lush. Adm. 367 ; 13 W. R. 295 818 

Kavanaghr. Cuthbert (1874-5), L R. 9 C. L. 136 779 

Kay 9. Brookman (1828), 3 C. & P. 555 328, 1216 

Kay c. Crook (1857), 3 8m. &G. 407 679 

KaV r. Duehesse de Pienne (1811), 3 Camp. 123 373 

Keable p. Payne (1838), 8 A. & E. 660 ; 7 L. J. Q. B. 218 ; 3 N. &P. 531. .1102, 

1116 

Kealy V. Tenant (1861), 13 Ir. L. R. 394 690 

Keane p. Smallbone (1856), 17 C. B. 179 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 72 1 195 

Kearney r. Groat Southern and Western Ry. Co. (1886), 18 L. R. It, 303 . . 163 

Kearney p. King (1819). 2 B. & Aid. 301 16, 18 

Kearney p. Lond. and Brigh. Ry. Co. (1871), L. R. 5 Q. B. 411 ; 39 L. J. 

Q. B. 200 ; 22 L. T. 886 ; 18 W. R 1000 ; L. R. 6 Q. B. 759 ; 40 L. J. 

Q. B. 285; 24L. T. 913; 20 W. R. 24 163 

Keating p, Bonlton (1887), 22 L. R. Ir. 143 524 

Keech p. Sandford (1776), 1 White & T., L. C. 53 ; Select Cas. in Chan. 61 666 



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ex TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

VhSM 

Keeling V. Ball (1796), Peake, Add. Cas. 88 1214 

Keen v. Batehore (1794), 1 Esp. 194 1161 

Keen v. Keen (1873), 42 L. J. P. & M. 61 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 105 143 

Keenf. Priest (1858), 1 F. & F. 314 526 

Keene v. Bisooe (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 644 ; 8 Ch. D. 201 ; 38 L. T. 286 ; 

26 W. R. 552 622 

Kehoe, Re (1884), 13 L. R. Ir. 13 701 

Keigwinr. Keig win (1843), 3 Curt. 607 696 

Keenan v. Boylan (1803), 1 Sch. & Lef . 232 1014 

Keisselbrack v. Livin^tone (1819), 4 Johns. (Am.) 114 750 

Keith V. Burrows (1876), 1 0. P. D. 722 ; 45 L. J. C. P. 876 651 

KelU. Charmer (1856), 23 Beav. 195 761, 786, 796 

Kell V. Nainby (1829), 10 B. & C. 20 540 

Keller, In goods of (1891), 61 L. J. P. 39 ; 65 L. T. 763 702 

Keller r. Blood (1861), 13 Ir. C. L. R. 19 2('2 

Kellington, Vicar of, v. Trin. CoU. (1747), 1 Wila. 170 lOiO 

Kelly V, Bamewall (1834), Cooke & Ale. 94 870 

Kelly «. Jackson (1849), 13 Ir. Eq. R. 129 592, 605 

Kelly V. Keatinge (1871), I. R. 5 Eq. 174 697 

Kelly V. Lawrence (1864), 33 L. J. Ex. 197 ; 3 H. & C. 1 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 

637; 12W.R.413 648 

Kelly v. Mid. Q. W. Ry. Co. (1872), I. R. 7 C. L. 8 648 

Kelly V. Powlet (1763), Amb. 605 ; Dick. 559 789 

Kelly r. Small (1799), 2 Esp. 716 604 

Kelly r. Smith (1841), Arm. M. & O. 130 977 

Kelly V. Webster (1852), 12 C. B. 283 ; 21 L. J. C. P. 163 ; 16 Jnr. 838 . . 682 
Kelsall V. Marshall (1856), 10 C. B. N. S. 266 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 19 ; 2 Jnr. 

N. S. 1142 341,1165 

Kelsey v. Bush (1842), 2 Hill» S. Car. R. 440 479 

Kelson r. Kelson (1853), 10 Hare, 385 ; 17 Jur. 129 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 745 . . 748 

Kembler. Farren (1829), 3 C. & P. 623 488 

Kerapr. Derrett (1814), 3 Camp. 610: 14 R. R. 820 35 

Kemp r. King (1842), 2 M. & Rob. 437 821 

Kempland v. Macauley (1791), Peake, R. 66 ; 4 T. R. 436 514 

Kempson v, Boyle (1865), 34 L. Jw Ex. 191 ; 3 H. & C. 763 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 

832 . • . 299 

Kempston i.BuUer (1861)1 'iVir.b.IilR 115 

Kempton «. Cross (1735), Cas. temp. Hardw. 108 8, 1045, 1046 

Kendall v. Hamilton (1879), 4 App. Cas. 504 ; 48 L. J. C. P. 705 ; 41 L. T. 

418; 28W. R. 97 1116 

Kendall v. Lond. & S. W. Ry. Co. (1872), L. R. 7 Ex. 373 ; 41 L. J. Ex. 

184; 26L. T. 735; 20 W. R. 886 771 

Kenn's case (1607), 7 Co. Rep. 42 1103 

Kenna «. Nugent (l 873), I. R. 7 C. L. 464 1119 

Kennedy r. Earl of Essex, (1891) 28 L. R. Ir. 586 644 

Kennedy f>. Hilliard (1859), 10 Ir. L. R.N. S. 195 865 

Kennerlyt>. Nash (1816), 1 Stark. R. 462 1203 

Kennett v. Milbask (1831), 8 Bing. 38 ; 1 Moo. & So. 102 713 

Kensington, Ld., v. Bouverie (1859), 7 H. L. C. 557 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 105 ; 

29 L. J.Ch. 537 138 

Kensington v. Inglis (1807), 8 East, 273 ; 9 R. R. 438 303, 927 

Kent V. Courage & Co., (1891) 55 J. P. 264 ; 7 T. L. R. 50 643 

Kent V. Jackson (1851), 14 Beav. 384 ; 2 De G. M. & G. 49 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 

438 638 

Kent V. Riley (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 190 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 569 ; 27 L. T. 263 ; 

20 W. R. 852 135 

Kenworthy v. Schofield (1824), 2 B. & C. 947 ; 4 Dowl. & R. 556 668, 730 

Keogh V. keogh (1874), I. R. 8 Exj. 179, 449 801 

Keogh r. Leonard (1877), I. R. 11 Eq. 365 912 

Kepp V, Wiggett (1851), 10 C. B. 63; 20 L. J. C. P. 49: 14 Jur. 1137 ..88, 94 

Kerin r. Davoren (1861), 12 Ir. Ch. B. 862 455 

Kemot V. Pittis (1853), 2 £. & B. 425 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 33 ; 17 Jur. 932 . . 887 

Kerr 9. Shedden (1831), 4 C. & P. 531, n. (a) 1048 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXI 

PAOB 

Eenhaw 9. Cox (1800), 3 Esp. 246 1196 

Kershaw v. Kershaw (1876), 119 Mass. 140 744 

Kershaw 9. Ogden (1865), 34 L. J. Ex. 169; 3 H. & C. 717; 11 Jur. 

N. 8. 642 ; 12 L. T. 673 ; 13 W. R. 766 689, 690 

Kestrel, The (1881), 6 P. D. 182; 4 Asp. M. 0. 433; 45 L. T. Ill ; 30 

W. R. 182 935 

KetUewell v. Bantow (1872), 41 L. J. Ch. 718 ; L. B. 7 Ch. 686 ; 27 L. T. 

268; 20 W. R. 917 1184 

Keran p. Crawford (1876), 46 L. J. Ch. 668 1031 

Kevilr. Lynch (1873), L R. 8 Eq. 244 693 

Keyv. Coteeworth(1852), 7Ex. 696; 22 L. J. Ex. 4 42 

Key 9. Shaw (1832), 8 Bing. 320 ; 1 Moo. & Sc. 462 372, 624 

Kejnw (should be Ryves) p. D. of Wellington (1846), 9 Beav. 679 ; 16 

L. J. Ch. 461 1046 

Keyse r. PoweU (1853). 2 E. & B. 132 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 306 ; 17 Jar. 1052. . 118 
Kibble, Ex parte, Re Onslow (1876), L. R. 10 Ch. 373 ; 44 L. J. Bauk. 

63 ; 32 L. T. 138 ; 23 W. R. 433 718 

Kidderminster, Mayor of, v. Hardwicke (1873), 43 L. J. Ex. 9 ; L. R. 9 

Ex. 13 ; 29 L. T. 612 ; 22 W. R. 160 631 

Kidgill V. Moor (1860), 9 C. B. 364 ; 19 L. J. 0. P. 177 ; 14 Jur. 790 ; 1 

L. M. & P. 131 85 

Kidner v. Keith (1863), 15 C. B. N. S. 35 1204 

Kidney v. Cockbnm (1831), 2 Rnss. & MyL 168 417, ^23 

Kidston v. Emp. Mar. Ins. Co. (1866), 35 L. J. C. P. 260; L. R. 1 C. P. 

636 ; 1 H. & R. 433 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 666 ; 16 L. T. 12 ; 16 W. R. 63 . . 764 

Kieran r. Sandars (1837), 6 A. & E. 516 ; 1 N. & P. 626 ^ 643 

Kilbee v. Sneyd (1828), 2 Moll. 193 627 

Kilgour r. Alexander (1860), 14 Moo. P. C. C. 173 ; 4 L. T. 487 185 

Kilgour V. Finlyson (1789), 1 H. Bl. 155 386 

Killby V. Roohussen (1866); 18 C. B. N. S. 367 •. 521 

Killick, Re (1865), 3 8. & T. 678 ; 34 L. J. P. 2 ; 10 Jur. N. 8. 1083 .... 695 
Kilpin V, Ratley, (1892) 1 Q. B. 682 ; 66 L. T. 797 ; 40 W. R. 479 ; 66 

j! r. 665 639 

Kilverf 8 Trusts, Re (1871), L. R. 7 Ch. 170 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 351 ; L. R. 12 

Eq. 183 ; 26 L. T. 221 ; 20 W. R. 225 798 

Kimball v, MorreU (1826), 4 Greenl. 368 • 306 

Kimmel v. Kimmel (1817_), 3 Serg. & R. 336 972, 973 

Kimpton, Re (1864), 33 L. J. P. & M. 163 ; 3 S. & T. 427 699 

Kimpton v. Lond. k N. West. Ry. Co. (1864), 9 Ex. 766 ; 2 C. L. R. 1026 ; 

23 L. J. Ex. 232 868, 870 

Kindersley f. Chase (imdated), 2 Park, Ins. 743 1149 

Kine v. Balfe (1813), 2 BaU & B. 347 679 

Kine 9. Beaumont (1822), 3 B. & B. 291 ; 7 Moore, C. P. 112 316, 317 

Kine v, Evershed (1847), 10 Q. B. 143 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 271 ; 11 Jur. 673. . 226 
King's Coll. Hospital p. WheUdon (1864), 18 Beav. 30 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 5 i7 . . 784 
King's County (should be Knox County)^ p. Neath National Bank (should 

be Ninth National Bank^ (1893), 147 U. S. 91 133 

King, Ex parte (1802), 7 Ves. 312 869 

King, In re, Umty Joint Stock, &c. Assn., Ex parte (1868), 3 De G. & J. 

63 ; 27 L. J. Bank. 38 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 1257 641 

King p. Anderson (1874), 8 I. R. Eq. 147 136, 137 

King p. Bellord (1863), 1 H. & M. 343 ; 32 L. J. Ch. 646 ; 8 L. T. 633 ; 11 

W. R. 900 ; 2 N. R. 442 1 00 

King p. Chamberlain (1871), L. R. 6 C. P. 474 ; 40 L. J. C. P. 273 226 

King p. Clerk (1696), 1 Salk. 349 7 

King p. Cole (1848), 2 Ex. 632 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 283 291 

King p. Foxwell (1876), 3 Ch. D. 618 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 693 ; 24 W. R. 629. . 179 

King p. Frauds (1800), 3 Esp. 116 266 

King p. George, George's Estate, Re (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 670 ; 36 L. T. 

759 ; 6 Ch. D. 627 ; 26 W. R. 638 808 

King p. HHwk&9Worth (1879), 4 Q. B. D. 371 ; 48 L. J. Q. B. 484 ; 41 L. T. 

411; 27W.R.660 41 

King p. Hoare (1844), 13 M. & W. 494 ; 2 Dowl. & L. 382 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 29 1116 

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CXU TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PACT 

King r. King (1850), 2 Roberts. 153 961,962 

King V. Norman (1847). 4 C. B. 884 ; 17 L. J. 0. P. 23 ; II Jur. 824 . .633, 1097 

King r. Paddock (1820), 18 Johns. 141 172 

Kingr. Walker (1863), 2 H. & C. 384 ; 33 L. J. Ex. 167 207 

King r. Waring (1803), 6 Esp. 14 263 

King r. Zimmerman (1871), 40 L. J. C. P. 278 ; L. B. 6 C. P. 466 ; 24 

L. T. 623; 19 W. R. 1009 308 

King of Two SiciUea r. Willoox(1851), 1 Sim. N. S. 301 966, 970 

King8miU v. Millard (1865), 11 Ex. 313 ; 3 C. L. R. 1022 116 

Kingston's (Duohess of) Case (1776), 20 How. St. Tr. 540; 2 Sm. L. C. 

642 594, 924, 926, 1107, 1110, 1111 

Kingston «. Gale (1676), Rep. temp. Finch, 259 60^) 

Kingston v. Knibbs (1809), 1 Camp. 608, n. ; 10 R. R. 742, n 765 

Kingston p, Lesley (1824), 10 Serg. & R. 383 1048 

Kinnersleyr. Orpe (1779), 1 Dong. 68 1081, 1083, 1112, 1154 

Kinsman «. Rouse (1881), 17 Ch. D. 104 ; 50 L. J. Ch. 486 ; 44 L. T. 597 ; 

29 "vy, ]^, 527 • ...•.•.•.• 75 

Kintrea r. Perston Vl856i,* i H." i* N.* 367 ; 25'l. J.' Ex.* 287 ..!!.!!!.!! ! 773 

Kip V. Bri^am (1810), 6 Johns. 158; 7 Johns. 168 1097 

Kippen v. Darley (1858), 3 Macq. 203 ; 1 Paterson, 762 805 

Kirby v. Hickson (1850), 1 L. M. & P. 364 17 

Kirby v. Simpson (1854), 23 L. J. M. C. 166 ; 10 Ex. 368 ; 2 C. L. R. 

1286 ; 18 Jut. 983 40, 226, 228 

Kirchner v, Venus (1869), 12 Moore, P. C. C. 361 ; 7 W. R. 455 ; 6 Jur. 

N. S. 732 168 

Kirk, Ex parte, Bennett and Olave, Re (1877), 5 Ch. D. 800 ; 46 L. J. Bank. 

101; 36L. T. 431; 25 W. R. 598 808 

Kirk V, Eddowes (1844), 3 Hare, 617 ; 13 L. J. Ch. 402 ; 8 Jur. 1024. .753, 806, 

807, 808 

Kurkham r. Marter (1819), 2 B. & A. 613 ; 1 Chitty, R. 382 677, 678 

Kirkland t;. Nisbet (1859), 3 Macq. 766 ; 1 Paterson. 876 43 

Kirkman v. Oxley (1811-16), cited 2 Stark. Ev. 306, n. (Ar) 255 

Kirkpatrick v, Gowan (1876), Lr. R. 9 C. L. 521 776 

Kirkstall Brewery Co. v. Fumess Ry. Co. (1874), L. R. 9 Q. B. 468 ; 43 L. J. 

Q B. 142; 30 L. T. 783 ; 22 W. R. 876 388 

Kirkwood*s case (183U), 1 Lew. C. C. 102 246 

Kirwan*8 Trusts, Re (1883), 26 Ch. D. 373 ; 62 L. J. Ch. 952 ; 49 L. T. 

292 ; 32 W. R. 581 702, 7C3 

Kirwan v, Cockbum (1805), 5 Esp. 233 ; 8 R. R. 849 1093 

xKirwanr. Gorman (1846), 9 Ir. Eq. R. 154 ,.,... 92 

Kite and Lane's case (1822), 1 B. & C. 101 1137 

Klingeman, Goods of, Re (1862), 3 S. & T. 18 ; 32 L. J. P. M. & A. 16 . . 1 178 

Knapp V. Maltby (1835), 13 Wend. 687 1196 

Knapp*s case (IbSO), 10 Pick. 489 562, 564 

Knatchbull v, Fowle (1876), 1 Ch. D. 604 ; 24 W. R. 629 911 

Knight V. Barber (1846), 16 M. & W. 66 ; 2 C. & K. 333 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 

18 ; 10 Jur. 929 684, 686 

Knight r. Campbell (1848), (Guildford Summer Assizes MS.) 349 

Knight r. Clements (1838), 8 A. & £. 215 ; 3 N. & P. 375 1193 

Knight r. Cox (1856), 18 C. B. 645 ; 25 L. J. C. P. 314 99 

Knight V. Crockford (1794), 1 Esp. 190 ; 6 R. R. 729 674 

Knight, Re, Knight r. Gardner (1883), 25 Ch. D. 297 ; 53 L. J. Ch. 183 ; 

49 L. T. 545 ; 32 W. R. 469 913 

Knight V. Hasty (1843), 12 L. J. Q. B. 293 734 

Knight V, Knight (1861), 30 L. J. Ch. 644 ; 2 Giff. 616 7b9 

Knight V. Martin (1819), Gow, 26 310, 1212 

Knight r. M. of Waterford (1836), 2 Y. & C. Ex. 38 601 

Knight r. M. of Waterford (1840), 4 Y. & C. 294 ; 10 L. J. Ex. Eq. 67 ; 

5 Jur. 818; 11 CI. & F. 653 440, 441 

Knights r. Wiffen (1870), L. R. 5 Q. B. 660 ; 40 L. J. Q. B. 61 ; 23 L. T. 

610 ; 19 W. R. 244 646 

Knillt;. Hooper (1857), 2 H. & N. 277; 26 L. J. Ex. 877 770 

Knill v. Williams (1809), 10 East, 431 ; 10 R. R. 349 1194 

Th4 rrferenctt ar0 to pa^M, not to parofraphi. 



TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXlll 

P1.01I 

Enobelli;. Fuller (1797), Pea. Add. Cas. 139; 4 R. R. 896 265 

Knowles, In re (1880), 49 L. J. Ch. 625 ; 43 L. T. 132 ; 28 W. R. 975. ... 145 
Knowhnan v. Bluett (1873), 43 L. J. Ex. 29 ; L. R. 9 Ex. 1 ; 29 L. T. 

462 ; 22 W. R. 77 191, 680, 682 

Knox r. BnsheU (1837, should be 1857), 3 0. B. N. S. 334 167 

Knox V, Ld. Mayo (1858), 7 Ir. Ch. R. 563 1168 

Knozf. WaldoboTough (1827), 5 Greenl. 185 1139 

Knox County v, Kinth National Bank (1892), 147 U. S. 91 133 

Koebel r. Sannden (1864), 33 L. J. C. P. 310 ; 17 C. B. N. S. 71 ; 10 Jur. 

N. S. 920 ; 12 W. R. 1106 771 

Kotritofif V. Wil«on (1876), 45 L. J. Q. B. 436 ; L. R. 1 Q. B. D. 377 ; 34 

L. T. 677 ; 24 W. R. 706 ; 771 

Koeterp. Innea (1825), Ry. & M. 833 175 

Koeter p. Reed (1826), 6 B. & C. 19 ; 9 Dowl. k R. 2 175 

Kraft r. Wickej (1832), 4 Gill. & J. 332 1150 

Kriiihna Befaari Roy v. Brojeswani Chowdranee [1^1 b), L. R. 2 Indian 

App. 283 1118 

Kronheim v, Johnaon (1877), 7 Ch. D. 60 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 132 ; 37 L. T. 

751 ; 26 W. R. 142 665 

Kufh r. Wecton (1799), 3 Eep. 54 165 

Kurtz r. Spenoe (1888), 57 L. J. Ch. 238 ; 58 L. T. 438 506 

Kyle 9. Jeffreys (1839), 3 Macq. 317; 1 Paterson, 850 730 

Kynastonv. Mackinder(I870), 47L. J. Q.B. 76; 37L. T. 390 41 

JjkJCKJsmQis V. Atherton (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 360 ; 8 Soott, N. R. 38 ; 8 Jur. 

406 ; 13 L. J. C. P. 140 549 

Lacloughr. Towle(1800), 3 Enp. 114 545 

Ldioon r. Higgins (1822), 3 Stark. 178 ; Dowl. & R. N. P. C. 38 937 

Lafone v. Falkland Islands Co. (1857), 27 L. J. Ch. 25 ; 4 K. & J. 34 ; 6 

W. R. 4 699 

Laing V. Barclay (1821), 3 Stark. 42; 2 Dowl. & R. 530 ; 1 B. & C. 

398 598 969 

Laing v.Kaine (ISOO), 2 Bos. & JP. 86 V.V.V.V. . . .......*.....'...'.. ... . . *1212 

Lainson r. Tremere (1834), 1 A. & £. 792 ; 3 N. & M. 603 88, 93 

Laiid f . Briggs (1881), 19 Ch. D. 22 ; 45 L. T. 238 192 

Lakep. Duke of Argyll (1844), 6 Q. B. 477 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 73 541 

Lake r. BiUers (1698), 1 Ld. Raym. 733 481 

Lake v. King (1667), 1 Wms. Saunders, 131a ; 2 Keble, 361, 462, 496, 669, 

801, 832 ; 1 Lev. 240 ; 1 Sid. 414 4 

Lakeman r. Mountstephen (1874), 39 L. J. Q. B. 275 ; L. R. 5 Q. B. 613 ; 

41 L. J. Q. B. 67 ; L. R. 7 Q. B. 196 ; L. R. 7 H. L. 17 ; 22 W. R. 

617 ; 43 L. J. Q. B. 188 ; 30 L. T. 437 677 

Laker v. Hordem (1876), 1 Ch. D. 644 ; 24 W. R. 543 ; 45 L. J. Ch. 

315; 34L.T.88 145 

Lalorff. Lalor (1879), 4 L. R. Ir. 678 513 

Lamb v. Orton (1860), 29 L. J. Ch. 286 ; 6 Jur. 61 ; 1 L. T. 290 172 

Lamb r. Munster (1882), 52 L. J. Q. B. 46 ; 10 Q. B. D. 110 ; 47 L. T. 

442; 31 W. R. 117 961, 964 

Lambe's case (1791), 2 Lea. 554 ; 1 McKally, Ev. 42 658 

Lambert's Estate, In re (1886), 13 L. R. Ir. 234 424, 642, 739 

Lambert, Re (1866), 36 L. J. P. & M. 64 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 138 ; 14 L. T. 

227; 14W.R.617 1031 

Lambert v. Norris (1837), 2 M. & W. 336 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 109 669 

Lamond v. Davall (1847), 9 Q. B. 1030 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 136 ; 11 Jur. 266. 222 

Lamont v. Crook (1840), 6 M. & W. 625 ; 8 Dowl. 737 ; 4 Jur. 489 831, 834 

Lamplugh r. Lamplugh (1709), 1 P. Wms. 112 666 

Lampon v, Corke (1834, should be 1822), 6 B. ft Aid. 606 ; 1 Dowl. ft 

R. 2 11 93, 562 

Lamprell v. Billericay Union (1849), 3 Ex. 283 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 282. .639, 642, 646 

Lananxe f . PtJmer (1827), M. ft M. 31 316 

Lancaster Canal Co.'s case (1832), Mon. ft B. 94 ; 1 Deac. ft Ch. 411 ; 1 

Mont. 116 688 

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CXIV TABLE OF GA8E8 CITED. 

PIGI 

Laadere and Bagley's Gontnot, (1892) 3 Oh. 41 ; 61 L. J. Oh. 707 ; 67 

L. T. 521 670 

Lane's case (1687), 2 Oo. Rep. 17 b 8, 19, 20 

Lane's case (1863), I De G. J. & S. 504 ; 33 L. J. Oh. 84 ; 10 Jar. N. 8. 

25 134 

Lane, In re (1880), 14 Oh. D. 856; 49 L. J. Oh. 768; 43 L. T. 87; 28 

W. R, 764 146 

Lane v. Burghart (1841), 1 Q. B. 933 ; 1 G. & D. 312 ; 6 Jur. 155 .. . .677, 678 

Lane r. Gray (1873), L. R. 16 Eq. 552 ; 43 L. J. Ch. 187 1182 

Lane r. Harrison (1820), 6 Munf. 573 1189 

Jjane v. Ironmonger (1844), 13 M. & W. 368 : 14 L. J. Ex. 35 166 

Lane v. Nixon (1866), L. R. 1 0. P. 412 ; 35 L. J. 0. P. 243 ; 12 Jnr. 

N.S.392; 14 W. R. 641 T71 

Lanfranohi v, Mackenzie (1857), 36 L. J. Oh. 518 ; L. R 4 £q. 421 ; 15 

W.R.614; 16L.T.114 76 

Langr. Gale (1813), 1 M. & S. Ill 740 

Lang V. Smith (1838, should be 1831), 7 Bing. 284 ; 5 M. & P. 78 42 

Langdale v. Trimmer (1812), 15 East, 291 82 

Langdale v. Whitfield (1858), 3 K. & J. 426, 432 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 706 ; 27 

L. J. Oh. 795; 6 W. R. 862 146 

Laogdon r. Hulls (1804), 4 Q. B. D. 337 ; 48 L. J. M. 0. 113; 40 L. T. 

880; 27W.R.657 317 

Laogford 9. Selmes (1857), 3 K. & J. 220 ; 3 Jar. N. 8. 869 »8 

Langford v. Woods (1844), 8 Soott, N. R. 369 ; 7 M. & Gr. 625 227 

Langhomv. Allnutt (1812), 4 Taun. 511 ; 13 R. R. 663 388 

Langley •. E of Oxford (1836), 1 M. & W. 508 : 2 Gale, 63 ; 1 T. & G. 

808 ; 5 L. J. Ex. 166 505 

Langmead v. Maple (1865), 18 0. B. N. 8. 256 ; 12 L. T. 143 ; 13 W. R. 

469; 11 Jur. N. 8. 177 1117,1138 

Langridge v, OampbeU (1877), 2 Ex. D. 281 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 277 ; 36 L. T. 

64; 26 W. R. 361 536 

Laugston v. Ootton (1795), Peake, Add. Oas. 21 837 

Langton v. Garleton (1873), L. R. 9 Ex. 57 ; 43 L. J. Ex. 54 ; 29 L. T. 

650 Ifi2 

Langton 9. Higgins (1859), 4 H. & N. 402 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 252 690 

Lanyoni>. Martin (1884), 13 L. R. Ir. 297 688 

La Plata (1855), 1 Swab. Adm. R. 298 6 

Lapsley v. Grierson (184K), 1 H. L. Cas. 498 106, 149 

Lasoelles r. Ld. Onslow (1877), 2 Q B. D. 433, 450 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 343 ; 

36 L. T. 469 ; 25 W. R. 496 115 

Lassence v. Tiemey (1849), 1 Mao. & G 351 ; 2 H & T. 115 ; 14 Jur. 182 679 

Lasseurr. Tyrconnel (1846), 10 Beav. 28 1151 

Latch €>. Wedlake (1840), 3 P. & D. 499 ; 11A.&E.969 386 

Latkowr. Earner (1795), 2 H. Bl. 437 1102 

La Toucher. Hutton (1876), 9 Ir. R. Eq. 166 445 

Latter v. Goolden, (18^4) 10 Nov. (not reported) 618, 619, 620 

Lauderdale, Peerage (1885), 10 App. Oas. 692 1177 

Laver v. Fielder (1862), 11 W. R. 245 ; 7 L. T. 602 ; 9 Jur. N. 8. 190 . . 539 
Laveny v. Piirsell (1888), 39 Oh. D. 508 ; 57 L. J. Oh. 570 ; 58 L. T. 846; 

37 W. R. 163 687 

Lavie r. Phillips (1765), 3 Burr. 1776 ; 1 W. Bl. 760 7 

Lavies, In re. Ex parte Stephens (1877), 7 Oh. D. 127 ; 47 L. J, Bk. 22 ; 

37 L. T. 613 ; 26 W. R. 136 662 

Law V. Wilkin (1837), 6 A. & E. 718 : 1 N. & P. 697 ; W. W. & D. 235.. 168 

Lawdon r. Lawdon (1885), 6 Ir. R. 27 922 

Lawes, In re (1882), 20 Ch. D. 81 ; 46 L. T. 480; 30 W. R. 33 805 

Lawes9. Reed (1835), 2 Lewin, 0. 0. 152 926 

Lawlerr. Linden (1876), Ir. R. 10 0. L. 188 36 

Lawless v. Queale (1846), 8 Ir. L. R. 382 292 

Lawley's, Lady, case (undated) Bull. N. P. 287 893 

Lawrence v. Baker (1830), 6 Wend. 306 946 

Lawrence v, OampbeU (1859), 4 Drew. 485 ; 28 L. J. Oh. 780 ; 7 W. R. 

336; 5 Jur. N. 8. 1071 690 

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TABLE OF CASES CTTED. CXV 

PAOB 

lAWTCDoe •. Claik (184^), 3 Dowl. ft L. 87 ; 14 M. & W. 250 ; 15 L. J. 

Ex. 40 314, 818 

lawrenoe v. Hitch (1868), L. R. 3 Q. B. 621 ; 37 L. J. Q. B. 209 ; 9 B. & 

S. 467; 18 li. T. 483 ; 16 W. R. 813 128 

Uwrenoe r. Houghton (1809), 5 Johns. 129 fa06 

Uvrrence v. Lawrence (1884), 26 Gh. D. 795 ; 53 L. J. Ch. 982 ; 50 L. T. 

^715; »2W. R. 791 140 

^wronoe v. Maole (1859), 4 Drew. 472 ; 7 W. R. 314 325 

•Uwrenoe r. Walmpley (1862), 31 L. J. G. P. 143 ; 12 G. B. N. S. 799 ; 

5 L.. T. 798; 10 W. R. 344 75S 

n r. Butler (1802), 1 Sch. & Lef . 13 675 

W8 V. Rand (1857), 27 L. J. C. P. 76 ; 3 0. B. N. S. 442 ; 4 Jar. N. S. 

74 82 

lAwson V. Carr(1856), 10 Moo. P. G. G. 162 6 

LAWflon V. Stoddart (1853), 3 New R. 241 ; 9 L. T. 569 ; 12 W. R. 286 ; 

10 Jut. K. S. 33 844 

Ijayboonie v. Crisp (1838), 4 M. ft W. 320 ; 8 G. ft P. 397 ; 1 H. ft H. 

826 397, 405, 406, 1035, 1036 

lAjer*0 case (1722), 16 How. St. Tr. 93 236, 318, 625 

Laylax&d v. Stewart (1876), 46 L. J. Gh. 103 ; 4 Gh. D. 419 ; 25 W. R. 

226 661 

lAjthoarp tr. Bryant (1836), 3 Soott, 238 ; 2 Bing. N. G. 736 ; 2 Hodges, 

26 670,675 

Lazonby v. Rawson (1854), 4 De G. M. ft G. 556; 24 L. J. Ch. 482; 1 Jur. 

N. S. 289 558 

Lea r. Wheatley (1678), oited in 20 How'. St. Tr. 574 603 

Leach, In goods of (1890), 63 L. T. 191 705 

Leach, Re (1848), 6 Notes of Gas. (Eoo. ft M.) 92 697 

Leach v. Buohanan (1803), 4 Esp. 228 546 

Leach r. Simpson (1839), 6 M. ft W. 309 ; 9 Dowl. P. G. 13 ; 3 Jur. 654.. 283 

Leader, Lessee of v. Duggan (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 124 314 

Leaders. Bany (1795), 1 Esp. 353 , 373, 1048 

«r. Butt (1842), O. ft Marsh. 461 814 

r. M. of Westmeath (1841), 2 M. ft Rob. »9» 1035 

p. Bray (1814), 3 Enst, 593 ; 5 Esp. 18 ; 7 R. R. Preface vii 6 

Learmouih, Ex parte (1821), 6 Madd. 113 353 

Learojd, Ex parte. Re Foulds (1878), 10 Ch. D. 3 ; 48 L. J. Bank. 17 ; 

27 W. R. 277 ; 39 L, T. 525 1157 

Leajy r. Lloyd (1860), 3 E. ft E. 178 ; 29 L. J. M. G. 194 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 

1246 1175 

Leather Cloth Co. v, Hieronimus (1875), L. R. 10 Q. B. 140; 44 L. J. 

Q. B. 54; 32L. T. 307; 23 W. R. 693 673, 7.'i2 

Le Caox «. Eden (1781), 2 Doug. 694 1103 

Lechmere 9. Fletcher (1833), 1 C. ft M. 623; 3 Tyr. 450 711, 713, 1115 

Ledbetter V. Salt (1828), 4 Bing. 623 ; 1 M. ft P. 597 618 

Ledgard v. Thompson (1843), 11 M. ft W. 40 ; 2 Dowl. N. S. 766; 12 

L. J.Ex.229; 7 Jur. 2l9 734 

Peerage (should be Leigh), (undated), Hin. Ev. 156, Pt. 2 1179 

V. Angas (1866), 35 L. J. Ch. 373 ; 14 L. T. 324 ; 14 W. R. 667 813 

9. BirreU (1813), 3 Camp. 337 ; 1 H. ft Sel. 482 695,617 

r. Dick (1836), 10 Pet. 482 755 

Lee «. Everest (1857), 2 H. ft N. 285 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 334 820 

c. Gansel (1774), 1 Cowp. 1 ; Lofft, 374 1031 

V. GflskeU (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 700 ; 45 L. J. Q. B. 640 ; 34 L. T. 769 ; 

24 W. R. 824 683 

•. Griffin (1861), 1 B. ft S. 272 ; 30 L. J. Q. B. 252; 7 Jur. N. S. 

1302; 4 L. T. 546 ; 9 W. R. 702 688 

Lee«. Huson (1791), Peake, 166 244 

Lee «. Johnstone (1869), L. R. 1 H. L. (Sc.) 426 129 

Lee 9, Lano. ft Torks. RaU. Co. (1871), L. R. 6 Ch. 527 ; 26 L. T. 77 ; 

19W. R. 729 562, 744 

Leer. Meeoook (1805), 5 Esp. 177 1031 

Lee V. Merest (1870). 39 L. J. Eoo. 63; 22 L. T. 420 322 

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CXVl TABLE OP CASES CITED. 



Lee f. Pain (1814), 4 Hare, 201 ; 14 L. J. Ch. 346 ; 9 Jor. 127 ..740, 795, 803, 

808 

Leer. Smith (1854), L. R. 9 Ex. 662 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 198 654 

Lee V. Wilmot (1866). L. R. 1 Ex. 364 ; 35 L. J. Ex. 176 ; 14 L. T. 627 ; 

14 W. R. 993; 4 H. & 0. 469; 12 Jur. N. S. 762 711 

Leech V. Bates (1849), 1 Roberts. 714 697 

Leeds, Duke of, «. Lord Amherst (1846), 2 Ph. 117 ; 10 Jur. 956 74 

Leeds v. Cook (1803), 4 Esp. 256 ; 6 R. R. 855 108, 255, 318 

Leeds v. Lancashire (1809), 2 Camp. 205 755 

Leeds and County Bank r. Walker (1883), 11 Q. B. D. 84 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 

590 ; 47 J. P. 602 1195 

Leeds and Think Rj. Co. v, FeamW (1849), 5 RaQw. Cas. 644 ; 4 Ex. 

26; 18 L. J. Ex. 330: 7 Dowl & L. 68 100 

Leesr. Marton (1832), 1 M. & Rob. 210 381 

Lees V. Whitcomb (182H), 5 Ring. 34 ; 2 M. & P. 86 ; 3 0. & P. 289 669 

Leeson v. Holt (1816), 1 Stark. 186 ; 18 R. R. 758 1096 

Leete v. Hart (1868), L. R. 3 0. P. 322; 37 L. J. C. P. 167 ; 18 L. T. 

292 * 16 W. R. 676 .... . 227 

Lefevre v. Lloyd (1814), 6 Taun! 749 ; 1 Marsh! 318;' 15 R.R.'iii'.! .'.'.".* 758 

Lefroy r. Walsh (1851), 1 Ir. C. L. R. 311 128 

Legeyt r. O'Brien (1834), MQw. 334 170 

Leggattr. Tollervey (1811). 14 East, 301 ; 12 R. R. 518.... 600, 979, 987, 1096 
Logge V. Edmonds (1856), 25 L. J. Ch. 125 : 4 W. R. 71 . . . . 101, 495, 621, 622 
Le^gott V, Great North. Ry. Co. (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 699 ; 45 L. J. Q. B. 

557; 35L. T. 334; 24 W. R. 784.,, 92 

Legh V. Hewitt (1803), 4 East, 164: 7 R. R. 545 782 

Leghr. Legh(1820), 1 Bos. & P. 447 487 

Leicester, Earl of, r. Walter (1809). 2 Camp. 261 ; 3 Camp. 241, n 255 

Leidemann v. Schultz (1853), 14 C. B. 38 ; 2 C. L. R. 87 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 

17: 18Jur.42 763 

Leifchild*s case (1865), L. R. 1 Eq. 231 ; 13 L. T. 267 ; 14 W. R. 22 ; 

1 1 Jur. 941 748 

Leigh's Estate. In re, Rowcliffe v. Leigh (1877), 6 Ch. Div. 266 ; 37 L. T. 

557 ; 25 W. R. 783 1189 

Leigh Peerage (1828-9), Pari. Min. 307 ; Pari. Hin. (Pt. 2), 145. .416, 422, 423. 

1167 
Leigh 9. Baker (1857), 2 C. B. N. S. 367 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 220 ; S Jar. 

N . S. 668 186 

Lpigh t;. Jack (1879), 49 L. J. Ex. 220 ; 5 Ex. D. 264 ; 42 L. T. 463 ; 

28 W. R. 452 ; 44 J. P. 488 112 

Leigh r. Lloyd (1865), 35 Beav. 456 ; 34 L. J. Ch. 646 ; 2 De G. J. & S. 
330 1208 

Leighton i. Leighton (1720), 1 Str. 308 ; Hubb. Ev. of Suoo. 590 ' . ! ! .* ! .' ' 1040 
Leightonv. Leighton (1874), 43 L. J. Ch. 694; L. R. 18 Eq. 458; 22 

W* R 727 806 

Leland v. Murphy Vl865), 16 IrVch'. R. 'SOO *!!.!.!!!'.!.' ! .' .* .' .' '. ! .* ! \ ! ! .' .' .* 710 
Lemage v. Goodban (1865), 36 L J. P. & M. 28 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 57. .704, 711 
Lemaitre v, Davis (1881), 19 Ch. D. 281 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 173 ; 46 L. T. 407 ; 

30 W. R. 360 , 46 J. t. 324 114 

Le Marchant's Gardner's Peerage case (Banbury Peerage, 1727), Selw. 

N.P.672-674 101 

Le Maiohant v. Le Marchant and Radoliff (1876), 45 L. J. P. D. & A. 43 ; 

34 L. T. 367 ; 24 W. R. 374 602 

Lraiayne v. Stanley (1681), 3 Ler. I 674 

Lemere r. ElUott (1861), 30 L. J. Ex. 350 ; 6 H. & N. 656; 7 Jur. N. S. 

1206 : 4 L. T. 304 117 

Lemon v. Dean (1810), 2 Camp. 636, n 1209 

Lempriere v. Lange (1879), 12 Ch. D. 676; 41 L. T. 878; 27 W. R. 

879 100 

Lench v. Lench (1805), 10 Ves. 611 554, 556, 667 

Le Neuville r. Nourse (1813), 3 Camp. 351 ^ 776 

ipson (1835), 2 Bing. N. C. 

Leonard r. Taylor (1874), L R. 8 C. L. 300 7...... 774 



Leonard 9. Simpson (1835), 2 Bing. N. C. 176 ; 2 Snott, 336 ; 1 Hodges, 261 632 
" ~ (1874), L R. 8 C. L. 300 

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TABLE OP CASES CITED. CXVll 

PAOB 

L«piQi«. Browne (1703), 1 Salk. 7 I*i8 

Limping V. Kedgewin (1675), 1 Mod. 207 1139 

Leroax v. Brown (1852), 12 G. B. 801 ; 22 L. J. G. P. 1 ; 16 Jur. 1021 . .52, 681 

Leslie V. D« la Torre (1795), cited 12 East, 583; 11 R. B. 678 756 

LeeUe r. Leslie (1872), L R. 6 £q. 332 704 

Leasee of Leader 9. I)iiggan (1841), Ir. Gir. R. 124 814 

LesMee of Phayro 9. Fahy (1832), Hay. & Jon. 128 47 

Le Strange v. Rowe (1865), 4 F. & F. 1048 124 

Le Sueur v. Le Suenr (1876), 1 P. D. 139 ; 45 L. J. P. D. & A. 73 ; 34 

L. T. 511; 24 W. R. 616 1144 

Letholier's ease (1692), 2 Salk. 443 764 

Le Trinidad r. Browne (1887), 36 W. R. 138; reported on another point, 

87 Ch. Div. I ; 57 L. J. Gh. 87 912 

Lett 9. Randall (I860), 2 Sm. & Giff. 83 ; 2 De G. F. & J. 388 ; 6 Jur. 

N. 8. 1359 ; 9 W. R. 130 ; 3 L. T. 455 ; 30 L. J. Ch. 110 144 

Lerer 9. Goodwin (1887), 36 Gh. D. 1 ; 57 L. T. 583 ; 36 W. R. 177 .... 939 
Ldvej and Robeon, Re, Ez parte Topping (1865), 34 L. J. Bank. 44 ; 12 

L. T. 787; 13 W. R. 1026 715 

Levin 9. Levin (1889). 60 L. T. 817; 37 W. R. 396 914 

Leviosonr. Sjer(1852),2lL. J. Q.B. 16; 2L.M. & P. 567 ; 15 Jur. 10.. 11733 

Levitt 9. Levitt (1865), 2 H. & M. 626 1030 

Levy 9. Hale (1849), 29 L. J. G. P. 127 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 702 ; 1 L. T. 132 ; 

8 W. R. 125 549 

Levy 9. Merrill (1826), 4 Greenl. 180 669 

Levy 9. Pope (1829). M. & M. 410 609 

liswee' Trusts, Re (1871), L. R. 11 Eq. 236; L. R. 6 Ch. App. 356 ; 40 

Ij. J. Ch. 602 ; 24 L. T. 633 ; 19 W. R. 195, 617 172 

Lewis, Be, Ex parte Munro (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 724 ; 45 L. J. Q. B. 816 ; 

S6 L.T. 867; 24 W. R. 1017 724 

Lewia, Be (m» Lewis 9. Lewis). 

Lewis, falsely called H., v. Hay ward (1865), 36 L. J. P. & M. 105 167 

Lewis 9. Brass (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 667 ; 37 L. T. 738 ; 26 W. R. 152 .... 673 
Lewis 9. Evans (1874), 44 L. J. G. P. 41 ; L. R. 10 G. P. 297 ; 31 L. T. 

487 ; 23 W. R. 244 ; 2 Hopw. & C. 279 156 

Lewis 9. Gt. West. Ry. Co. (1860), 5 H. & K. 867 ; 29 L. J. Ez. 425 723 

Lewis 9. Gt. West. Ry. Go. (1877), 3 Q. B. D. 196 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 131 ; 

87 L. T. 774 ; 26 W. R. 266 723 

Lewis 9. Hartley (1835), 7 C. & P. 405 1192 

Lewis 9. James (1886), 54 L. T. 260 912 

Lewis 9. Ld. Kensington (1846), 2 G. B. 463 ; 3 Dowl. & L. 637 ; 15 L. J. 

C P. 100 784 

Lewis 9. Lewis (1862), 2 S. & T. 153; 4 L. T. 58a ; 31 L. J. P. 153; 7 

Jur. N. S. 688 700 

Lewis 9. MunhaU (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 743 ; 8 Scott, N. R. 729 ; 13 L. J. 

C.P. 193; 8 Jur. 848 26, 763, 782 

Lewis 9. Parker (1836), 4 A. & E. 838 261 

Lewis 9. Payn (1827). 8 Cowen, 71 1198, 1199 

Lewis 9. Pennington (1860), 29 L. J. Gh. 670 ; 8 W. R. 465 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 

478 606 

Lewis 9. Roberts (1861), 11 C. B. N. S. 23 ; K. & G. 402 ; 31 L. J. C. P. 

61; 8Jur. N. S. 485; 6 L. T. 351 ; 10 W. R. 80 726 

Lewis 9. Sapio (1827), 1 M. & M. 516 1220 

Lewis 9. Simpson (1848), 2 Ex. 196, n 146 

Lexington 9. Clark (1690), 2 Vent. 223 678 

Ley 9. Ballard (1790), 3 Esp. 173, n 1209 

Ley 9. Barlow (1848), 1 Ex. 801 ; 6 Railw. Gas. 1 ; 6 Dowl. & L. 376 ; 17 

L. J. Ex. 106 821 

Leyfield's, Dr., case (1610), 10 Go. Rep. 88 1198 

Lerland 9. Stewart (1876), 46 L. J. Gh. 103 ; 4 Gh. D. 419 ; 25 W. R. 226 651 

Lidster 9. Borrow (1839), 9 A. & E. 654 227 

Liebman 9. Pooley (1816), 1 Stark. R. 167 ; 18 R. R. 756 278, J>58 

Lightfoot9. Bickley (1830), 2Rawle. 431 1151 

Lightfoot9. Cameron (1776), 2 W. Bl. 1113 668 

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Cxnil TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAOB 

LiHrhtnerv. "WlkeClSlS), 4Serfir. & B. 203 324 

Likef>. Howe (1806), 6 JEup. 20 648 

Lilley V. Elwin (1843, ahould be 1848), 11 Q. B. 742 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 132 ; 

12 Jut 628 36, 168 

Lilly & Co. r. Smales, (1892) 1 Q. B. 466 ; 40 W. R. 544 764 

Lillywhite v. Devereux (1846), 16 M. & W. 291 48, 691 

Limehouse Board of Works, Ex parte VallHnoe (1883), 24 Ch. D. 177 ; 62 

L. J. Ch. 791 ; 48 L. T. 941 ; 82 W. R. 287 1161 

Limerick v. Limerick (1863), 32 L. J. P. & M. 22 ; 4 S. & T. 262 ; 11 W. R. 

503 130 294 

Liuoohi'e ca«eVEari of (1626),* Vbi! Com. 4()2; 3 Bac. Abr. 202 V.V. . . . . ' 900 

Lincoln r. Wright (1859), 28 L. J. Ch, 705 : 4 De O. & J. 16 688, 920 

Lindenau v. Deeborough (1828), 8 B. & C. 680 934 

Lindenberger r. Beal (1821), 6 Whi^at. 104 166 

Lindgren v. LindgreQ (1816), 9 Bh>aY. 368 : 15 L. J. Ch. 428 ; 10 Jur. 674 802 
Lindley r. Oirdler (1843), 1 Dowl. & L. 699 ; 13 L.J. Q. B 53 ; 8 Jur. 61 734 
Lindlevr. Laoey (1864), 17 C. B N. S. 678; 34 L. J. C. P. 7; 10 Jur. 

N.S'. 1103; 11L.T.273; 13 W. R. 80 746,746 

Lindo r. Rodney (1782), 2 Doug. 614 1103 

Lindon v. Sharp (1843), 6 M. & Gr. 898 ; 7 Scott, N. R. 730 ; 13 L. J. 

C. P. 67 136 

Lindsay v. Wicklow, Earl of (1873), Ir. R. 7 Eq. 192 93 

Linnelf and Walker v. Gunn (1867), L. R. 1 Adm. & Eoo. 363; 36 L. J. 

Eco. 23 113S 

Linsell v. Bonsor (1836). 2 Bing. N C. 241 ; 2 Scott, 399 ; 1 Hodges, 305. .44, 712 
Lion, The, Owners v. York Town Owners (1869). 38 L. J. Adm. 61 ; L. R. 

2 P. C. 625 ; 21 L. T. 41 ; 17 W. R. 993 ; 6 Moo. P. C. C. N. S. 163 . . 178 

Lipscorabe v. Holmes (1810), 2 Camp. 441 620 

Lisbon Steam Tramways Co., Re (1876), 2 Ch. D. 676 ; 34 L. T. 209 ; 26 

W. R. 616 845 

Lisbnme, Lord r. Davies (1H66), L. R. 1 C. P. 269 ; 35 L. J. C. P. 193 ; 12 

Jur. N. S. 340 ; 13 L. T. 795 : 14 W. R. 333 ; 1 H. A R. 172 116 

Lishman v. ChriMtie (1887). 19 Q. B. D. 333 ; 66 L. J. Q. B. 638 ; 67 L. T. 

652 ; 36 W. R 744 ; 6 Asp. M. C. 186 766 

L'Isle Peer. (1825), Pari. Min. 116 424 

List's case (1814), 2 Ves. & B. 374 869 

Lister v. Leather (1858), 27 L. J. Q. B. 296 ; 8 E. & B. 1004 ; 4 Jur. 

N. S. 947 47 

Lister r. Perryman (1870), L. R. 4 H. L. 521 ; 39 L. J. Ex. 177 ; 23 L. T. 

N. S. 269 ; 19 W. R. 9 29 

Lister r. Priestly (1810), wightw. 67, 405 !!!!.!!...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 618 

Lister v. Smith (1863), 33 L. J. P. & M. 29 ; 3 S. & T. 282 746 

Litchfield r. Ready (1850), 6 Ex. 939 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 61 98, 1 113 

Little V. Larrabee (1822), 2 Greenl. 37, 41, n 616 

Little V. Libby (1823), 2 Greeul. 242 443 

Littler. Wingfield (1869), 11 Ir. C. L. R. 63 123, 124, 126 

Littlechild v. Banks (1846), 7 Q. B. 739 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 366 ; 9 Jur. 1096 222 

Littler r. Holland (1790), 3 T. R 690 761, 762 

Litton V. Murphy (1878), 1 L. R. Ir. 301 363 

Liver Alkali Co. r. Johnson (1874), L. R. 9 Ex. 338; 43 L. J. Ex. 216 ; 31 

L. T. 96 771 

Livermore v. Herschell (1825), 3 Pick. 33 1118 

Liverpool Adelphi Loan Ajwoo. v. Fairhurst (1864), 9 Ex. 423 ; 2 C. L. R. 

612; 23 L.J. Ex. 163; 18 Jur. 191 541 

Liverpool Borough Bank v. Eucles (1859), 4 H. & N. 139 : 28 L. J. Ex. 122 676 
Liverpool Borough Bank «. Turner (I860), 1 J. & H. 169 ; 2 De G. F. & 

J. 502 ; 30 L. J. Ch. 379 661 

Llanover v. Homfray (1880), 19 Ch. D. 224 ; 30 W. R. 557 826 

Llewellyn v. Jersey, Earl of (1843), 1 1 M. & W 189 : 12 L. J. Ex. 243. .672, 758 

LleweUyn r. Windtworth (1845), 13 M. & W. 698 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 329 241 

Lloyd r. Fleming (1872), W. N. 1872, at p. 6 652 

Lloyd <^. Gregory (1638), Cro. Car. 501 66H 

Lloyd r. Harvey (1832), 2 Russ. & My. 310 807 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXIX 

piaa 

Llojd r. Maund (1788), 2 T. R. 760 44 

Lloyd 9, Hostyn (1842), 10 M. A W. 481 ; 2 Dowl. X. S. 476; 12 L. J. Ex. 1 600 

Lloydr. Pai!Bingham(l809), lOVee. 64 970 

Lloyd r. Roberts (1868), 12 Moo. P. C. C. 168 697 

Lloyd v.Sandiland (1818). Oow, R. 13, 16 164 

Lloyd r.Spillet (1740), 2 Atk. 150 666 

Lloyd*. Waterford&Lim. Ry. Co. (1862), 16L:. C. L. R. 37 723 

Lloydr. WUlaii(l794), 1 Esp. 178 499 

Lobbc. Stanley (1844), 6 Q. B. 674 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 117 673, 674, 718 

L«k r. Furxe (1866), L. R. 1 C. P. 441 ; 36 L. J. 0. P. 141 ; H. & R. 379 ; 

14 W. R. 403 778 

Lock r.Norbome (1687), 8 Mod. 141 1118 

Loeke 9. James (1843), 11 M. & W. 901; 13 L. J. Ex. 186 708 

Lockett V. Carv (1864), 3 New R. 406 ; 10 Jur. N. 8. 144 321, 1184 

Lockett r. Nicklin (1848), 2 Ex. 93; 19 L. J. Ex. 403 744, 757 

Lockwoodr. Smith (1812), 5 Day, 309 49$ 

Lodge V. Phipher (1824), 11 Serir. & R. '«3 1228 

Lodge r. Prichard (1853), 3 De G. M. & G. 906 ; 1 Sm. & G. App. viii. .462, 627 

LoffuB 9. Maw (1862), 8 Gift. 692 ; 32 L. J. Ch. 49 5S9 

Login r. Prin. of Cootr (1862), 30 Beav. 662 8 

LoDdeBboroii«rb*s, Loid, rase (1863), 4 De G. M. & G. 41 1 ; 22 L. J. Oh. 736 629 
Londeaboroug^h, Lord v. Footer (1863), 3 B. & S. 805 ; 32 L. J. Q. B. 226 ; 

9Jur. N. S. 1173; 8L. T. 240; 11 W. R. 593 529 

London p, Lynn (1789), 1 H. Bl. 214, n. (*) 1176 

Lond. k Binn. Ry. Co 's case (1838), 3 M. A: W. 422 ; 1 H. & H. lo6. ... 683 
Lond. k Brigfh. Rj. Co. o. Fairclougb (1841), 2 M. & Gr. 706 ; 2 Railw. 

Ca8. 544 ; 3 Soott, N. R. 68 ; 10 L. J. 0. P. 138 1192, 1204 

Lond. Chart. Bk. of Australia v. White (1878), L. R. 4 App. Cas. 413 ; 48 

L.J. P.O. 75 5 

Lond., City of V. Gierke (1690), Carth. 181 897 

Lond., City of v. Perkins (1734), 3 Bro. P. C. 602 327 

Lond., City of, Gas Light and Coke Compmiy v. Nichols (1826), 2 C. ft P. 

365 641 

Lond. Comm. of Sewers 9. Gellatly (1876), 45 L. J. Ch. 788 ; 3 Ch. D. 

610 ; 24 W. R. 346, 1069 1113 

Lond. Comm. of Sewers v. Glasse (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 346 1183 

Lond. (MhouH be Dublin), Corp. of v. Judire (1847), 11 L:. L. R. 8 729 

Lond. Dock Co. v. Sinnott (1867), 8 E. ft B. 347 ; 27 L. J. Q. B. 129 ; 4 

Jot. N . S. 70 642 

Lond. Gas L. Co. v. Chelsea Yes. (1859), 28 L. J. C. P. 275 ; 6 C. B. N. S. 

411 1185 

Lffid.GaH Meter Co., Re, The (1872), 41 L. J. Ch. 145 ; 20 W. R. 394 . . 845 

Lond., Mayor of v. Lonir (1807), 1 Clamp. 22 ; 10 R. R. 618 791 

Lond. School Boaid 9. Harvey (1879), 4 Q. B. D. 461 ; 48 L. J. M. C. 

130; 27 W. R. 786 1033, 1072 

Lond. ft N. W. Ry. Co. 9. Durham (1856). 18 C. B. 826 ; 4 W. R. 653 . . 723 
Lond. ft N. W. Ry. Co. «. M'Michael (1850), 5 Ex. 855 ; 14 Jur. 987 .... 100, 

1176 
Lond. ft N. W. Ry. Co. c. West (1867), L. R. 2 C. P. 553; 36 L.J. C. P. 

245 97,98 

Lond. ft S. West. Bk. 9. Wentworth (1880), 6 Ex. D. 96 ; 49 L. J. Ex. 

657; 42L. T. 188; 28 W. R. 616 647, 1205 

Lonergan r. Roy. Ex. Ass. (1831), 7 Bing. 726, 729 ; 1 Dowl P. C. 233 ; 

5 M. ft P. 806 818 

Long's oase (1797), 1 Hayw. 524 (456) 660 

Long 9. Banett (1845), 7 Lr. L. R. 439; 8 Ir. L. R. 381 ; 3 H. L. Cas. 

395 46, 242 

Longr. Champion (18dl), 2 B. ft Ad 284 485 

Long 9, Donegan (1880), L R. 7 Eq. 494 1234 

Long 9. Hitohoook (1840), 9 C. ft P. 619 964 

Long r. KeighUey (1877), 11 Lr. R. C. L. 221 258 

Lcmg9. Lamkin (1852), 9 Cnsh. 361, 365 974 



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CXX TABLE OP CASES CITED. 



Long V. MUlar (1878), 4 C. P. D. 460 ; 48 L. J. C. P. 696 ; 41 L. T. 306 ; 

27 W. R. 720 672 

Longchamp v. Fish (1807), 2 Bcw. & P. N. R. 415 ; 9 R. R. 670 140 

Longenecker r. Hyde (1813), 6 Binn. 1 608 

Longfellow v. Williams (1804), Peake, Add. C. 226 673 

Longworth r. Yelverton (1862), L. R. 1 H. L. (Sc.) 218; 4 Maoq. 746; 

10 Jut. NS. 1209; 11 L T. 118: 13W. R. 23o 876 

Loomis V. Green (1831), 7 Greenl. 386 1118 

Loomia v. Jackaon (1822), 19 Johns. 449 802 

Loomis and Jackson v. Loomis (1864), 3 Deane, Verm. R. 198 386 

Lopez i;. Andrew (1826), 3 M. & R. 329 a 112, 12$ 

Lord V. Colvm (1864), 2 Drew. 206 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 469; 6 De G. M. & G. 

27 927 

Lord V. Colvin (1855), 3 Drew. 222 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 517 ; 4 W. R 465 . .943, 946 

Lord r. Colvin (1857), 4 Drew. 366 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 361 377 

Lord V, Colvin (1859-1860), 28 L. J. Ch. 361 ; 1 Drew. & Sm. 24 : 29 L. J. 

Ch. 297 ; 8 W. R. 254 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 189 8, 179, 180, 377 

Lord V. Commiss. for City of Sydney (1859), 12 Moo. P. C. R. 473 Ill 

Lord V. Lord (1855), 6 E. & B. 404 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 34 1039 

Loring r. Steineman (1840), 1 Mete. 204 172 

Lothian v. Henderson (1803), 3 Bos. & P. 499, 517 ; 7 R. R. 829 1149 

Lovat's, Ld., oase (1746), 18 How. St. Tr. 696 909, 910 

Lovat Peerage (1826-57), Pari. Min. 89 416, 419, 424, 425 

Lovat Peerage oase (1886), 10 App. Cas. 763 421 

Love, In re, Green r. Tribe (1878), 9 Ch. D. 231 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 7^3 701 

Lovell t;. WuUis (1884), 53 L. J. Ch. 496 ; 49 L. T. 693 911 

Loveridge v. Botham (1797), 1 Bos. & P. 49 562 

Loveey t;. Smith (1880), 16 Ch. D. 666; 49 L. J. Ch. 809 ; 43 L. T. 240 ; 

28 W. R. 979 749 

Low*s case (1827), 4 Greenl. 439 615, 616 

Lowe V. Carpenter (1851), 8 Ex. 825; 20 L. J. Ex. 374 ; 16 Jur. 883 ..76, 119 

Lowe r. Govett (1832), 3 B & Ad. 862 ; 1 L. J. K. B. 224 112 

Lowe V. London & N. W. Ry. Co. (1852), 7 R^ilw. Cas. 624 ; 18 Q. B. 

632; 21 L. J. Q. B, 361; 17 Jur. 376 643 

Lower. Peers (1768), 4 Burr. 2225 86 

Lowick*s cane (1(^96), 13 How. St. Tr. 267 236 

Lowrev V. Barker (1880), 6 Ex. D. 170 ; 49 L. J. Ex: 433 ; 42 L. T. 215 ; 

28 W . R. 66 ) 662 

Loyd V. Freshfield (1826), 2 C. & P. 326 695, 927 

Lubbock V. Tribe (1838), 3 M. & W. 607 ; 1 H. & H. 160 ; 7 L. J. Ex. 

168 307 

Lucas V. Beale (1851), 10 C. B. 739 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 134 194 

Lucas V. Bristow (1858), 27 L. J. Q. B. 364 ; E. B. & E. 907 ; 6 Jur. N. 

S. 68 763, 768 

Lucas V. Cooke (1880), 13 Ch. D. 872 ; 42 L. T. 180 ; 28 W. R. 439 1002 

Lucas t'. De la Cour (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 249 ; 14 R. R. 426 488 

Lucas V. Groniug (1816), 7 Taun. 164 763 

Lucas V. Tarleton (l8o8), 27 L. J. Ex. 246 ; 3 H. & N. 116 191 

Lucas v. Williams, (1892) 2 Q. B. 113; 61 L. J. Q. B. 695; 66 L. T. 

706 310 

Luoey ». Murphy (1873), 7 Ir. R. C. L. 494 733 

Lucker, Ex parte {see Re Wood). 

Luckie v. Bushby (1863), 13 C. B. 864 ; 1 C. L. R. 686 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 

220 652 

Lucy V. Mouflet (1860), 6 H. & N. 229 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 110 626 

Lnders v. Anstey (1799), 4 Ves. 601 ; 5 Ves. 217 ; 4 R. R. 276 539 

Ludford v. Gretton (1576), Plow. 490 84 

Ludlow. May. of, v. Charlton (1840), 9 C. & P. 242 639. 640, 645, 1044 

Luff V. Lord (1861), 34 Beav. 220 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 1248 ; 1 1 L. T. 666 13rt 

Luke, Re (1865), 34 L. J. P. & M. 105 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 397 701 

Lumley v. Gye (1854), 3 E. & B. 114 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 112 347 

Lund V. Tyngsboro (1851), 9 Cush. 37, 43 377, 379 

Lundy v. Reilly (1858), 30 L. T. 223 , 768 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXXl 

PAoa 
Lmids V. Bow (1839), 10 A. A E. 606 ; 8 L. J. Q. B. 264 ; 2 P. & D. 

5^ 910 

Lunayr. (1833), 1 0. & M. 679 867 

Liiaoombe r. Steer (1867), 37 L. J. Oh. 119 ; 17 L. T. 370 1184 

Lush 9. Druee (1830), 4 Wend. 313 802 

Lush 9. Riuaell (18d0), 1 L. M. ft P. 369 ; 5 Ex. 203 ; 7 Dowl. & L. 228 ; 

19 L, J. Ex. 214 ; 14 Jur. 435 202 

Lnahington v. Onflow (1848), 6 Notes of Cases (Ecc. ft Mar.) 183, 188 . . 142 
Lutscher, In re, Ex parte WaddeU (1877), 6 Ch. D. 328 ; 26 W. R. 9 ; 36 

L. T. 345 848 

Lntterell r. Revnell (1677), 1 Mod. 284 329, 976 

Lydev. Barnard (1836), 1 M. ft W. 101 ; Tyr. ft Gr. 250; 5 L. J. Ex. 

117 718, 729 

Lyell r. Kennedy (1884), 27 Ch. D. 1 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 937 ; 60 L. T. 730. . 362, 

424, 601, 1170 
LyeU V, Kennedy (1889), 27 Ch. D. 1 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 937 ; 60 L. T. 730. . 424, 

1049 

Lygon r. Stnitt (1795), 2 Anst. 601 ; 3 R. R. 631 430 

Lyle r. Ellwood (1872), L. R. 16 Eq. 67 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 80 ; 27 L. T. 671 ; 

21 W. R, 69 1030 

Lyle V. Ellwood (1874), 44 L. J. Ch. 164 ; L. R. 19 Eq. 98 ; 23 W. R. 

167 149,378 

Lyle r. Richards (1866), 36 L. J. Q. B. 214 ; L. R. 1 H. L. 222 ; 12 Jur. 

N. S. 947 ; 16 L. T. 1 42,44 

Lyman r. Lyman (1814), 1 1 Mass. 317 . .' 544 

Lynv. Miller (1855), 24 Pa. St 392 767 

Lynch V. Clerke (1696), 3 Salk. 154 480, 1062 

Lynch v.Lynoh (1843), 6 Ir. L. R. 142 667, 668, 660, 661 

Lynde ». Judd (1807), 3 Day, 499 1018 

Lyne, Ex parte (1822), 3 SUrk. R. N. P. 132 868 

Lynn, Mayor of, r. Denton (1787), I T. R. 689 ; 1 R. R. 359 996 

Lynn p. Robertson (1823), 2 Coop. 217 : 1 L. J. Ch. 88 330 

Lyon's Trusts, In re (1879), 48 L. J. Ch. 245 798 

Lyon f. Home (1868), 37 L. J. Ch. 674 ; L. R. 6 Eq. 666 ; 37 L. J. Ch. 

674; 18L T. 461 ; 16 W. R. 824 136 

Lyon r. Lyman (1831), 9 Conn. 56 1223, 1228 

Lyon 9. MeUs (1802), 6 East, 428 ; 1 Smith, 478 ; 7 R. R 726 771 

Lyon V. Seed (1844), 13 M. ft W. 393 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 377 ; 8 Jur. 762. .637, 666, 

657, 661, 662 
Lyons v. De Fkus (1810), U A. ft E. 326 ; 9 L. J. Q. B. N. 8. 61 ; 3 P. ft 

D. 177 7 

Lyons V. Mnlderry (1832), Hayes, R. 630 92 

M., falsely called H. v. H. (1864), 33 L. J. P. ft M. 169 ; 3 S. ft T. 617, 

592 167 

Maber r. Maber (1K67), 36 L. J. Ex. 7U ; L. R. 2 Ex. 163 716 

Maberley r. Sheppard (1833), 10 Bing. 101 ; 3 M. ft Soott, 436 ; 2 L. J. 

C. P. 181 689, 690 

Maby v. Shepherd (1623), Cro. Jao. 640 648 

MacaUun 9. Turton (1828), 2 T. ft J. 183 961, 962 

Macartney V. Graham (i828), 2 Sim. 285 308 

Maobeath 9. Haldimand (1786), IT. R. 172; 1 R. R. 177 44 

Macbride r. Maobride (1802). 4 Esp. 242 947, 967, 968 

M'Ardle 9. Irish Iodine Co. (1864), 15 Ir. C. L. R. 146 646 

MCabe, Re (1873), 42 L J. P. ft M. 7y ; L. R. 3 P. ft D. 94 707, 70S 

M*CahDont v. Rankin (1862), 2 De G. M. ft G. 403 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 654 661 

M'Ganoe p. Lond. ft N. W. Ry. Co. (1864), 34 L. J. Ex. 39 ; 3 H. ft C. 343 542 

Maoaulay p. Robertson (1886), 18 L. R. Ir. 483 624 

Maooann v. Maocann (1862), 3 S. ft T. 142 ; 32 L. J. P ft M. 29 601 

M Camum p. Sinclair (1809), 2 E. ft E. 63 ; 28 L. J. M. C. 247 ; 6 Jur. 

N. 8. 1302 Ill 

McCarthy p. De Oaix (1834), 2 Russ. ft My. 614 ; 3 Hagg. Eoo. 642, n. . . 1144 

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FAOB 

McCarthy r. O'Brien (1839), 2 Lr. L. E. 67 713 

M*Clory V. Wright (1860), 10 Ir. 0. L. R. 614 634 

MoColUn V. GUpin (1881), 6 Q. B. Div. 616 ; 44 L. T. 914 : 29 W. R. 408 784 

MComble v. Auton (1843), 6 M. & Or. 27 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 923 325 

MacOormack v. MacConnack (1876), I. R. 11 Eq. 130 ; 1 L. R. Ir. 119.. 749, 760 
M'Cormiok v. Uarnett (1854), 28 L. J. Gh. 717 ; 6 De O. M. ft G. 278 . . 60 
MoCoiquodale v. Bell (1876), 46 L. J. 0. P. 329 ; 1 C. P. D. 471 ... .697, 1186 

M'Cullooh r. Dawes (1826), 9 Dowl. & R. 40 492 

H'Donald r. Longbottom (1860), 1 E. &-E. 977; 28 L. J. Q. B. 293; 29 

H'Donald t. Rainor (1811), 8 Johns. 442 1139 

MoDonaU v. Alcom, (1894) 1 I. R. 274, 278 Add. [11031 

M*Donnell v. Conry (1843), Ir. 0. Rep. 807 603 

Maodonnell r. Evana (1852), 11 C. B. 930 ; 21 L. J. G. P. 141 ; 16 Jur. 103 966, 

966,968 

McDonnell «. Murray (1859), 9 Ir. 0. L R. 496 308 

M'Donnell v. Pope (1862). 9 Hare, 705 ; 16 Jur. 771 660 

MHcdougal 17. Young (1826), Ry. & M. 392 ; 1 Vent. 257 367 

McDougaU r. Field (1872), I. R. 6 G. L. 185 767 

M'DowaU V. Lyster (1836), 2 M. & W. 62 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 11 226 

Mace f>. Gadell (1774), 1 Gowp. 233 639 

M'Elveney v. Gonnellan (1864). 17 Ir. C. L. R. 65 618 

M'Ewan r. Campbell (1857), 2 Maoq. 499 ; 1 Pateraon, 676 640 

M'Ewan v. Smith (1849), 2'H. L. Gas. 309 ; 13 Jur. 266 691 

M'Fadden i>. Murdock (1867). I. R. 1 O. L. 211 240, 933 

Macfarlan v. Rolt (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 680 ; 41 L. J. Gh. 649 ; 27 L. T. 

305; 20W.R.945 602 

Macfarlane, Re (1884), 13 L. R. Ir. 264 7l>4 

Macfewon v. Thoytes (1790), Peake, 20 647 

M'Gahey i;. AUton (1836), 2 M. & W. 206 ; 2 Gale, 238 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 29.. 148, 

302, 304, 608 

M^Gonuelli;. Murphy (1869), I. R. 8 Eq. 460 638, 639 

McGregor v, Bainbrigge (1848), 7 Hare, 164 n. («) 160 

Macgregor v, Kelly (1849), 3 Ex. 794 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 391 ; 2 D. & L. 635. . 168 

M-Gregor v. Topham (1850), 3 H. L. Gaa. 156 ; 3 Hare, 488 1216 

McGregor Laird, The (1867), 36 L. J. Adm. 10; L. R. 1 A. & E. 307 ; 16 

W. R. 262 1189 

M*Guire'8 case (1801). 2 East, P. G. 1002 278 

MacheU i;. EUiB (1845), 1 G. & ]^. 682 6o7 

Maobin V. Grindon (1756), 2 Lee, 335; 2 Add. 91 1223 

Macbu V, Lond. & S. W. Ry. Go. (1848), 2 Ex. 415 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 271 649 

Madntoshr. Haydon (1826), Ry. & M. 362 1194 

Mclntyre v. Mancius (1819), 16 Johns. 692 961 

Mclver V, Walker (1815), 9 Granch, 178 802 

Mackay «. Com. Bank of New Brunswick (1874), 43 L. J. P. G. 31 ; L. R. 

5 P. G. 394 686 

M'Kay v. Rutherford (1848), 6 Moo. P. G. C. 413 680 

McEechnie «. Yaughan (1873), L. R. 15 Eq. 289 803 

HcEeei;. Farnam (1841),2Grawf. &D. G. G. 209 1036 

M'Kee v. Nelson (1825), 4 Gowen, 366 930 

McEenirev. Fraser (1803), 9 Ves. 6 433 

McKennar. Eager (1876), 9 I. R. G. L. 79 128, 1046 

McEenzie r. British Linen Go. (1881), 6 App. Gas. 82 638 

Mackenzie v. Dunlop (1856), 3 Maoq. 26 763 

Mackenzie v. Pooley (1856), 11 Ex. 638 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 124 179 

Mackenzie r. Yeo (1841), 2 Curt. 866 604 

M*Eey, Re (1876), I. R. 1 1 Eq. 220 699 

Mackintosh r. Marshall (1843), 11 M. & W. 126 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 337 ... .47, 167 

Mackley v. GhiUingworth (1877), 46 L. J. G. P. 484 ; 2 G. P. D. 273 818 

M-Eone, Re (1841), Ir. Gir. R. 66 866, 869 

Marlae v. Sutherland (1854), 3 E. & B. 1 ; 2 G. L. R. 1320 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 

229 ; 18 Jur. 942 160, 161 

McLaren «. Home, or Home (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 477 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 668. . 818 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXXIU 

PAOB 

I Haolean P. I>imn (1828), 4 Bing. 722 ; 1 M. ft P. 761 7*29 

I M*Lean r. Hertzog (1820), 6 Serg. ft R. 154 289 

M'Lellanr. Riohaidson (1836), 1 Shepl. 82 615, 616 

Macleod v. Wakley (1828), 3 C. ft P. 311 243 

MoMahon v. Barohell (1846), 2 Ph. 127 ; 1 Coop. 476 487 

M*Mahon r. Ellis (1859), 10 Ir. L. R. N. 8. 120 962 

M-Mahon v. Ellis (1863). 10 Ir. C. L. R. 499, 509 148 

MMahon v. Lennard (1858), 6 H. L. C. 970 148 

M*Mahon v. M^Elroy (1869), I R. 5 Eq. 1 172 

MMahon v. Rawlingo (1848), 16 Sim. 429 , 1151 

M^Manns v. Lancas. ft Yorks. Ry. Go. (1859), 2 H. ft N. 693 ; 4 H. ft N. 

327 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 353 ; 33 L. T. O. S. 259 ; 5 Jur. N. S. 651 723, 771 

M'Master and Bojle*s case (1813), Ir. Gir. R. 768 814 

M'Murdo, Re (1867), 37 L. J. P. ft M. 14 ; L. R. 1 P. ft D. 540; 17 L. T. 

393 • 16 W^. R. 283 702 

M-Na^htenVoase (1843)Vf6 ClVftF. 200 ; 1 d.'ft K. 136;' '8*ioott,*N. r". 

695 934, 935 

M'Nanghten's trial. Legal Obs., May 27, 1843 161 

MNeU V. Perohard (1795), 1 Esp. 264 1018 

M'NeU V. PhiUp (1821), 1 McG. (South Gar.), 392 544 

MoPheraon v. Watt (1877), 3 App. Gas. 254 136 

Maorory v. Soott (1850), 5 Ex. »07 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 90 672, 677 

M* Vicar, Re (1869), L. R. 1 P. 671 ; 38 L. J. P. 84 ; 20 L. T. 1013 ; 

7 W. R. 832 703 

M*Williama v. Niaby (1816), 2 Serg. & R. 515 90 

Maddison v. Alderaon (188»), 8 App. Gas. 473 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 737 ; 49 

L. T. 303 ; 31 W. R. 820 ; 47 J. P. 821 539, 638 

Maddison v. Nnttall (1829), 6 Bing. 226 ; 3 M. ft P. 544 510 

Maddock, Re (1874), L. R. 3 P. 169 ; 43 L. J. P. 169 ; 30 L. T. 696 ; 

22 W. R. 741 700 

Maddox r. Fisher (1S51), 14 Moo. P. G. G. 103 6 

Maden v, Gatanach (1862}, 7 H. ft N. 360 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 118 ; 5 L. T. 288; 

10 W. R. 112; 7 Jur. N. S. 1107 902, 904 

Magdalen College v, Att.-Gen. (1857), 26 L. J. Gh. 620 ; 6 H. L. Gas. 189 ; 

3 Jut. N. S. 675 74, 126 

Magdalen Hospital, Gbvemors of, v. Knott (1877), 47 L. J. Gh. 726; 

8 Oh. D. 709 ; 38 L. T. 624 ; 26 W. R. 646 301 

Magee v. Atkinson (1837), 2 M. ft W. 440 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 115 758 

Magee 9. Mark (1860), 11 Ir. G. L. R. 449 105, 634 

Magennis v, MacGullough (undated), Gilb. (Eq. R ) 236 659 

Maghee i;. GNeQ (1841), 7 M. ft W. 531 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 326 717 

Magnay v. Burt (1843), Dav. ft M. 662 ; 5 Q. B. 381 ; 7 Jur. 1116. . . .866, 872, 

873 

Magnay v. FLsher (1843), 6 M. ft Or. 778 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 588 543 

Magnay v. Knight (1840), 2 Scott, N. R. 64 ; 1 M. ft Gr. 944 ; 1 Drink. 

13 ; 4 Jur. 1088 287 

Magnet, The (The Eanny Carrill) (1875), 44 L. J. Adm. 34 ; 32 L. T. 

646 ; 24 W. R. 62 ; 5 Asp. M. G. 669 177 

Magoan v, N. Engl. Ins. Co. (1840), 1 Story, R. 157 1142, 1148 

Magrath «. Browne (1841), Arm. M. ft O. 133 964 

Magrath v. Hardy (1838). 4 Bing. N. G. 782 ; 6 Soott, 627 ; 6 Dowl. P. C. 

749 ; 1 Am. 352 ; 2 Jur. 594 89, 1101 

Mahalen r. Dublin DistUlery Go. (1877), 11 Ir. R. G. L. 83 672 

Mahalm v. MuGuUaffh, (1891) 27 L. R. Ir. 431 631 

Maharajah Pertab Narain Singh v. Maharanee Subbao Kooer (1877), L. R. 

4 Ind. App. 228 703 

Mahon's Trust, Re (1852), 9 Hare, 469 ; 22 L. J. Gh. 75 1026 

Mahon v, Mahon (1840), 2 Ir. Eq. R. 440 867 

Mahoney f^. Kekule (1864), 14 C. B. 890 ; 23 L. J. G. P. 64 ; 18 Jur. 

313 161 

Mabony v. Widows' life Ass. Fund (1871), L. R. 6 G. P. 252 ; 40 L. J. 

C. P. 203; 24L. T. 548; 19 W. R. 722 1186 

Mahood r. Mahood (1874), I. R. 8 Eq. 369 307 

Voi» I, emb with page 636. 



CXXiv TABLE OF CA8ES CITED. 

piai 

Maid of Auckland, The (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Eoo. & Mar.), 240 1122 

Maingay r. Gahan (1793), Ridg. L. & S. I, 79 ; 1 Ridg. P. G. 43, 44, n. . 1103 
Mair's Estate, Re (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 882 ; 28 L. T. 760 ; 21 W. R. 749. . 1208 

Major V, Williams (1843), 3 Curt. 432 709 

Malcolm r. Ray (1819), 3 Moore, C. P. 222 831 

Malcolm V. Scott (1843, should be 18o0), 6 Ex. 601 487 

Maloobsson v, Morton (1847), 11 Ir. L. R. 230 766 

Malcomson v. Baldock {tee Auckland, Earl ofj. 

Maloomsou v. Clayton (186u), 13 Moo. P. C. C. 198 186 

Malcomson v. O'Doa (1862), 10 H. of L. Cas. 693, 614, 616 ; 9 L T. 93 ; 

12 W. R. 178"; y Jur. N. S. 1136 87, 111, 124, 432 

Maiden v. Great North. Ry. Co. (1874), L. R. 9 Ex. 300 1186 

Male V. Roberts (1800), 3 Esp. 163 ; 6 R. R. 823 7 

Mallalieu v. Hodgson (1862), 16 Q. B. 689 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 339 ; 16 Jar. 

817 91 

MaUan r. May (1844), 13 M. & W. 517 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 48 741 

Mallan v. RadcUff (1864), 17 C. B. N. S. 688 ; 11 L. T. 381 ; 13 W. R. 

139 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 1132 777 

Mrtllett r. Bateman (1866), L. R. 1 C. P. 163; 36 L. J. C. P. 40 ; 13 L. T. 

410 ; 14 W. R. 226 ; 1 H. & R. 109 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 122 ; 16 C. B. N. 8. 

630; 33 L. J. C. P. 243 676 

Mallison, Re (1832), 1 Lew. C. C. 132 824 

Malone v. O'Connor (1869), Drury, temp. Napier, 641 79 

Maloner. Spillessy (1847), Ir. Cir. R. 604 946 

Maloney r. Bartley (1812), 3 Camp. 210 960,961 

Malpas p. aements (1860), 19 L. J. Q. B. 436 : 146 

Malpas V. London 4 South West. Ry. Co. (1866), L. R. 1 C. P. 336 ; 

36 L. J. C. P. 166 ; 13 L. T. 710 ; 14 W. R. 391 ; 1 H. & R. 227 ; 12 

Jur. N. S. 271 746 

Maltbyr. Christie (1796), 1 Esp. 340 618 

Malton*. Nesbit (1824), 1 C. & P. 70 935 

Man V. Ricketts (1846), 2 Coop. (C. P.) 21 ; 14 L. J. Ch. 256 16, 129 

Manby V.Curtis (1816), 1 Price, 226 171, 430,448 

ManbV r. Scott (1660), 2 Smith's L. C. 466 ; 1 Lev. 4 166, 167 

Manchester, Bank of, Ex parte, Re Jackson (1871), 40 L. J. Bank. 67 : 

L. R. 12Eq. 364 685 

Manchester Bonded Warehouse Co. v, Carr (1880), 6 C. P. D 507 ; 49 

L. J. C. P. 809 ; 43 L. T. 476 ; 29 W. R. 364 ; 46 J. P. 7 774 

Manchester, May. of, v. Williams, (1891) 1 Q. B. 94 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 23 ; 

63 L. T. 806; 39 W. R. 302 ; 64 J. P. 712 643 

Mandeville i^. Welch (1820), 1 Wheat. 233 488 

Mangles v. Dixon (1849), 1 Mao. & G. 446 ; 1 H. & T. 660 ; 19 L. J. Ch. 

240 638 

Manley v. Boycot (1863), 2 E. & B. 46 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 266 ; 17 Jur. 1118. 768 

Manleyt^. Shaw (1840), Car. & M. 361 899 

Mann, Re (1869), 2« L. J. P. & M. 19 69si 

Mann v, Lang (1836), 3 A. & E. 702 ; 6 N. & M. 202 ; 1 H. ft W. 441 . . 653 

Mann v, Nunn (1874), 43 L. J. C. P. 241 ; 30 L. T. 626 683, 764 

Mannf^. Owen (1829), 9 B. &C. 696; 4 M. ft R. 449 1133 

Manners i;. Postan (1803), 4 Esp. 239 ; 3 Bos. ft P. 343 1209 

Manning f>. Cox (1823), 7 Moore, C. P. 617 487 

Manning v. East. Cos. Ry. Co. (1843), 12 M. ft W. 237 ; 8 Railw. Caa. 

637; 13 L.J. Ex. 266 1038, 1039 

Mansel v. Clanricarde (1386), 64 L. J. Ch. 982 ; 63 L. T. 496 913 

Mansellr. Clements (1874). L. R. 9 C. P. 139 930 

Manser v. Back (1848), 6 Hare, 443 760 

MaDser <;. Dix (1866), 1 K. & J. 461 ; 24 L. J. Ch 497 602 

Marathon, The (1879), 48 L. J. Adm. 17 ; 40 L. T. 163 178 

Marbury ». Madison (1803), 1 Cranch, 144 618 

Marchmont Peer. (1840), Pari. Min. 346, 363 423, 1179 

Mare v. Charles (1866), 6 E. ft B. 978 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 119 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

234 ^ ^ ^ ^ 7fl7 

Margareeon V. Saxton'(lV36),* l' Y. ft 0. Ex. 629 !!.!!!!!!!!!'.!!!!!!!!! 487 

Th0 r^ereneea are iopagee^ not to paragraphi. 



TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXXY 

PAoa 
Maria das DoriM, or Dores, The (1863), 82 L. J. P. & M 163 ; Brown & 

L. 27; 7 L. T. 838; 11 W. R. 600 1172 

MarUnaki v. Cairns (1851 -2), 1 Maoq. 212 ; 1 Paterson, 416 480 

Marine Inveefement Co. «. Haviaide (1872), L. R. 5 H. L. 624 : 42 L. J. 

Ch. 173 133 

Murkham v, Gonaston (1688), Cro. Eliz. <^26 1200, 1206 

Markham «. Standford a863), 14 C. B. N. S. 380 ; 8 L. T. 277 649 

Marksr. Beyfna (1890). 2o Q. B. D. 494; 59 L. J. Q. B. 479; 38 W. R. 705. . 613 

Marks r. Lahee (1837), 3 Bing. "N. C. 419 ; 4 Soott, 137 436, 440 

Marmjon Peer. (1818), Pari. Min. Ill 423 

Marriage r. Lawrence (1819), 3 B. & Aid. 412 1050, 1175 

Mnrriot 9. Harriot (1726-6), 1 Str. 671 1105, 1133 

Marsden v, Goode (1845), 2 C. & Kir. 133 48 

Maraden v. Lano. & York. Ry. Co. (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 641 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 

318 ; 44 L. T. 239 ; 29 W. R. 680 41 

Maraden v. Overbury (1856). 18 C. B. 34 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 200 838 

Marsh 9. Collnett (1798), 2 Esp. 666 : 6 R. R. 763 86, 1053, 1064, 1173 

Marsh r. Keith (1860), 30 L. J. Ch. 127 ; 1 Dr. & Sm. 342 605 

Mansh v. Loader (1863), 14 C. B. N. 8. 535 ; 2 New R. 280 ; 11 W. R. 784. 99 
Marsh v. Marsh (1868, should be 1860), 1 S. & T. 528 ; 30 L. J. P. & M. 

77 ; 6 Jur. N. 8. 380 .• 141, 709 

Marshal r. Cratwell (1876), L. R. 20 £q. 328 ; 44 L. J. Ch. 604 667 

Marshall r. Berridge (1882), 51 L. J. Ch. 329 ; 19 Ch. D. 223 ; 46 L. T. 

699; 30W. R. 94 670 

Marshall r. CliflP (1815), 4 Camp. 133 606 

Marshall v. Gongler (1823), 10 Serg. & R. 164 1199 

Marshall v. Careen (1876), 1 C. P. D. 36 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 153. .686. 686, 687, 690 
Marshall v. Lamb (1843), 5 Q. B. 113 ; D. & M. 316 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 76 ; 

7 Jur. 850 147, 148 

Marshall r. Lynn (1840), G M. & W. 116 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 126 762 

Marshall v. Smith (1866), 84 L. J. Ch. 189 ; 11 L. T. 443 ; 13 W. R. 198 ; 

10 Jur. N. S. 1174 74 

Marshall v. Taylor, (1896) 1 Ch. 641 ; 64 L. J. Ch. 416 Add, [113] 

Marshall v. The UUeewater St. Xa. Co. (1863), 32 L. J. Q. B. 139; 3 B. 

AS. 732; 9 Jar. N. 8. 988; 8 L. T. 416 ; 11 W. R. 489 Ill 

Msrshall v. The York, Newcastle, & Berwick Ry. Co. (1861), 11 C. B. 398 832 

Marstonv. Dean (1836). 7 C. & P. 13 2S7 

Maiston r. Bownes (1834), 1 A. & E. 31 ; 4 N. & M. 861; 6C. &P. 381.. 320, 

321 597 969 

Martin's case (1830), 1 Lew. C. C. 104 !... ' 246 

Martin, Be (1883), 13 L. R. Lr. 312 321 

Martin v. Andrews (1856), 26 L. J. Q. B. 39 ; 7 E. & B. 1 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

1121 820 

Martin v, Oale (1867), 4 Ch. D. 428 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 84 ; 36 L. T. 367 ; 26 

W. R. 406 100 

MarHnv. Oeoghegan (1850), 13 Ir. L. R. 403 710 

Martin r. Kennedy (1800), 2 Bob. ft P. 71 1122 

Martin v. NiooUa (1830), 8 Sim. 468 1 154 

Martin r. Podger (1770), 6 Borr. 2631 481 

Martin v. Smith (1874), 43 L. J. Ex. 42 ; L. R. 9 Ex. 60 660, 654 

Martin r. Thornton (1796), 4 Esp. 181 612 

Martindale v. Booth (1832). 3 B. ft Ad. 498 ; 1 Sm. L. C. 15 136 

Msrtindale «. Falkner (1846), 2 C. B. 719, 720; 16 L. J. C. P. 91 ; 3 Dowl. 

ftL.P. C. 600 79 

Mar^mv. Williams (1857). 26 L.J. Ex. 117; IH. ft N. 817 192 

Marrin r. Wallace (1856), 25 L. J. Q. B. 369 ; 6 E. ft B. 726 690 

Mary, The (1878), 48 L. J. P. D. ft A. 66 ; 6 P. D. 14; 41 L. T. 361 ; 

28W. R. 95 178 

Mary, The. or Alexandra (1868), 38 L. J. Adm. 29 ; L. R. 2 Adm. ft Eco. 

319; 18 L. T. 891 964, 1189 

Mary, The (1816), 9 Cranoh, 126 ■. 1150 

Marzetd v. Smith (1883), 49 L. T. 680 ; 6 Asp. M. C. 166 ; 1 C. ft E. 6 . . 769 

Mash f . Denaham (1834), 1 M. ft Rob. 442 190 

r«f. /. mid» mthpag0 63/{. 



CXXYl TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

?AOS 

Kat^on and Barry 9, Comptoir d'Eaoompte (1890), 38 W. R. 685 343 

Mason v, Bradley (1843), 11 H. k W. 5ifO ; 1 Dowl. & L. 380 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 

426 ; 7 Jur. 496 1194 

Mason «. Famell (1844), 12 M. & W. 674 ; 1 Dowl. & L. 576 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 

1 42 47 

Maton r. Kiddle (1839), 5 M. & W. 513 ; 8 Dowl. 207 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 37 . . 732 

Mason r. Mason (1816), 1 Meriv. 308 174 

Mason r. Sknrray HTSu), Park, Ins. 245 763 

Mason i;. Wood (1875), 45 L. J. G. P. 76 ; 1 C. P. D. 63 ; 33 L. T. 571 ; 

24 W. R. 46 1088 

Mapper and Wife v. Brown (1875), 45 L. J. C. P. 203 ; 1 C. P. D. 97 ; 34 

L. T. 254 ; 24 W. R. 369 1180 

Massey V. Allen (1879), 13 Gh. D. 558 ; 49 L. J. Oh. 76 ; 41 L. T. 788 ; 

28 W. R. 212 435. 455, 845 

Massey r. Johnson (1847), 1 Ex. 255 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 182 682 

Master v. MiUer (1791), 4 T. R. 330 ; 5 T. R. 367 ; 2 H. Bl. 140 ; 1 Anstr. 

225; 2R. R. 399 1193, 1194, 1200, 1201 

Master Pilots & Seamen of Newcastle v. Bradley (1851), 2 £. & B. 428, n. ; 

23 1. J. Q. B. 35 791 

Masterav. Barrets (1849), 2 C. & E. 715 262 

Masters r. Masters (1718), 1 P. Wms. 425 762 

Masters v. Pollie (1620), 2 RoUe R. 141 114 

Mather i;. Lord Maidstone (1856), 26 L. J. C. P. 58 ; 1 C. B. N. S. 273; 

3 Jnr. N. S. 112 262 

Mather v. Trinity Ohnrch (1877), 3 Serg. & R. 509 123 

Mathews v. Mathews (1867), L. R. 4 Eq. 278 ; 15 W. R. 761 804 

Mathewsf. Ovey (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 403; 53 L. J. Q. B. 439; 50 L. T. 776. . 1232 

Mathias, Re (1863), 32 L. J. P. & M. 115 ; 3 S. & T. 100 701 

Matson v. Booth (1816), 5 M. & Sel. 223 1203 

Matson v, Wharam (1787), 2 T. R. 80 ; 1 R. R. 429 678 

Matthew t7. Osborne (1855), 13 G.B. 919; 22 L. J. G. P. 241 ; 17 Jar. 696.. 89, 1113 

Matthews V. Matthews (1755), 2 Ves. sen. 636 806 

Matthews v. Port (1687). Gomb. 63 1167 

Matthews r. Whittle (1880), 13 Gh. D. 811 ; 49 L. J. Gh. 359 ; 43 L. T. 

114 ; 28 W. R. 822 535 

Matthey *. Wiseman (1865), 18 G. B. N. S. 657 ; 34 L. J. G. P. 216; 11 

Jur.N.S.603; 12 L. T. H46 ; 13 W. R. 914 1116 

Matts 9. Hawkins (1813), 5 Taun. 20 ; 14 R. R. 695 113 

Maubourquet v. Wyse (1867), I. R. 1 G. L. 471 1146, 1148 

Maude v. Baildon Local Board (1883), 10 Q. B. D. 394 ; 48 L. T. 874 ; 47 

J. P. 644 48 

Maugham v. Hubbard (1828), 8 B. & G. 14 ; 2 M. ft R. 6 926, 927 

Maund r. Monmouth Gan. Go. (1842), G. ft Marsh. 606; 2 Dowl. N. S. 113; 

4 M. ft G. 452 ; 5 Scott, N. R. 457 ; 3 Railw. Gaa. I:i9 ; 6 Jnr. 932. .. . 227 

Maunsell 9. Ainsworth (1840), 8 Dowl. 869 ; 1 H. ft W. 5 815 

Maunsellr. Hedger (1851), 2 Ir. G. L. R. 88 712 

Maunsell IT. White (1854), 4 H. L. Gas. 1U39 539, 679 

Mavor €. Payne (1825), 3 Bing. 285 ; 11 Moore, G. P. 2 682 

Mawbyv. Barber (1826), 2 St. Ev. 641. 642 255 

Mawsonv. Hartsink (1802), 4 Eap. 103; 6 R. R. 841 972, 974 

Maxwell f>. Pamell (1866-7), I. R. 1 G. L. 234 780 

May, Re (1868), 37 L. J. P. ft M. 68 ; L. R. 1 P. ft D. 575 709 

May r. Brown (1824), 3 B. ft G. 113 ; 4 D. ft R. 670 246, 246 

May V, Footner (1855), 5 E. ft B. 505 ; 25 L. J. Q. B. 32 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

1019 188 

May V, Gwynne (1821), 4 B. ft Aid. 301 996 

May V. Selby (1842), 4 M. ft Or. 142; 4 Scott, N. R. 727; 1 D. N. S. 702; 

6 Jur. 52 ; 11 L. J. G. P. 223 818 

May r. Taylor (1843), 6 M. ft Or. 266 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 974 ; 12 L. J. G. P. 

314; 7 Jur. 515 496,497 

Mayfieldr. Robinson (1845), 7 Q. B. 486; 9 Jur. 826 687 

Mayfield r. Wadsley (1824), 3 B. ft G. 366; 5 D. ft R. 224 687 

Mayhew 17. Nelson (1833), 6 G. ft P. 58 378 

The rtftntten or* iopa^M, not to para^raphg. 



TABLE OF CASES aXED. CXXVU 

PAoa 

Kayor 9. Jolmsan (1813), 8 Gamp. 324 3o7 

Mead «. Danbigny (1792), Pea. 126 244 

Meade V. Smith (1844), 16 Conn. 346 617 

Meagoe v. Simmons (1827), 3 C. & P. 75 926 

Mean v. Ld. Stourton (1711), 1 P. Wnm. 146 900 

Meath, Bp. of v, Ld. Belfietd (1748), 7 Wils. 216 ; 2 Salk. 512 398 

Meath, Bp. of r. M. of Winohester (1836), 3 Bin^f. N. C. 198 ; 3 So. 

661 26, 87, 429, 431, 610, 602 

Mechanics' Bk. of Alexandria v. Bk of Columbia (1820), 5 Wheat. 336 . . 388 
Mechelen r. Wallace (1837), 7 A. & E. 49 ; 6 L. J. K. B. 217 ; 2 N. & P. 

224 678, 682 

Mecredy «. Taylor (1873), L R. 7 C. L. 266 166 

Meddoworoftf. Huguenin (1844), 4 Moo. P. C. C. 386 1132 

Medlyoott v. Asshetoa (1824), 2 Add. 229 143 

Mee 9. Reid (1791), Pea. B. 23; 3 R. B. 648 906 

Meekinsv. Smith (1791), 1 H. Bl. 637 866, 866 

Megeyand, Re, Ex parte Delhaase (1867), 37 L. T. 440 ; 26 W. R. 20 ; 7 

di. D. 611 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 66 ; 38 L. T. 106 : 26 W. R. 338 159 

M^son 9. Hindle (1880), 15 Ch. D. 198 ; 43 L. T. 661 ; 28 W. R. 866 . . 146 

Melen v. Andraws (1829), M. & M. 3)6 623, 628, 687 

Melhniah «. Collier (I860), 15 Q.B. 878; 19L. J.Q. B.493: 14 Jur. 621 . . 242, 939 

Melliah v. Rawdon (183i), 9 Bms;. 416 ; 2 M. & Scott, 670 38 

Mellor V. Sidebottom (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 398 ; 6 Ch. D. 342 ; 37 L. T. 7 ; 

26 W. R. 4 10 634 

MeUowr. May (1601), Moo. (F.) 636 667 

Melville's, Ld., case (1806), 29 How. St. Tr. 707 8, 14, 108, 472, 687, 969 

Melvin r. Whiting (1828), 7 Pick. 79 327 

Mercant. Credit Aseociat., Re, Clement's case (1868), 37 L. J. Ch. 296 ; 13 

L. R. Eq. 179, n. 1 846 

Mercer v. Cheese (1842), 4 M. & Or. 804 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 664 ; 2 Dowl. N. 

S.619; 12L.J.C.P.66 168 

Mercer 9. Sparks (1686), Owen, 61 ; Koy, 36 110 

Mercer v. Whall (1846). 6 Q. B. 462 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 267 ; 9 Jar. 676. .270, 273 

Meroer v. Wise (1800), 3 Ei^. 219 642 

Meroer r. Woodgate (1870), 10 B. & S. 833 ; 39 L. J. M. C« 21 ; L. R. 6 

Q. B. 26; 21 L. T. 468; 18W. R. 116 ; 124 

Merchant Prince, The, (1892) P. 9, 179 ; 67 L. T. 261 260 

Merchants' Co., Re (1867), L. R. 4 Eq. 463 846 

Meredith v. Footner (1843), 11 M. & W. 202 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 183 603, 605 

Meredith v, Meigh (1863), 2 E. & B. 364 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 401 692 

Merle r. More (1826), Ry. & M. 390 , 603 

Merrick v. Wakley (1838), 8 A. & E. 170 ; 3 N. & P. 284 ; 1 W. W. & H. 

268 ; 2 Jar. 838 1048 

Merrill v. Morton (1881), 60 L. J. Ch. 249 ; 17 Ch. D. 382 ; 43 L. T. 760 ; 

29 W. R.394 741 

Merritt, Re (1868), 1 S. & T. 112; 4 Jur. N. S. 1192 705 

Meiry •. Nickalls (1876), L. R. 7 Ch. 733 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 767 ; 26 L. T. 

496; 20W.R.631 168 

Messin 9. Ld. Massareene (1791), 4 T. R. 493 1166 

Messina v. Petrocoochino (1872), L. R. 4 P. C. 144 ; 8 Moo. P. C. C. N. S. 

376 1147 

Meteor, The (1875), L R. 9 Eq. 667 178 

Metropol. Ry. Co. r. Befries (1877), 2 Q. B. D. 189, 387 ; 36 L. T. 160, 

494 ; 26 W. R. 271, 841 636 

Metropol. Ry. Co. «. Jackson (1877), 8 App. Cas. 193 ; 47 L. J. C. P. 803 ; 

37 L. T. 679 ; 26 W. R. 176 23. 28, 38 

Metters v. Brown (1862), 32 L. J. Ex. 138 ; 1 H. & C. 686 92, 116, 496 

Mews 9. Carr (1866), 1 H. ft N. 484 ; 26 L J. Ex. 29 730 

Mexican ft S; American Co., Re, Ex parte Anton (1859), 28 L. J. Ch. 634 ; 

4 De O. ft J. 220 ; 27 Beav. 474 964 

Meyer 9, Drenser (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. 646 : 33 L. J. C. P. 289 ; 10 L. T. 

612; 12W.R.983 86 

Meyer *. Montriou (1846) , 9 Beav. 521 496 

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CXXVlll TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAQB 

Meyer r. Ealli (1876), 1 0. P. D. 368 ; 45 L. J. C. P. 741 : 24 W. R. 963. . 1147 

Meyer v. Sefton (1817), 2 Stark. R. 274 ; 19 R. R. 720 323 

Meyerhoff v. Froehlich (1878), 3 0. P. B. 333 ; 4 C. P. D. 63 ; 48 L. J. 0. 

P. 43; 39L. T. 620; 27 W. R. 268 712 

Meynell's case (1834), 2 Lew. 0. C. 122 666 

Meyrick r. James (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 679 324, 920 

M*>yrick v. Woods (1842), 0. & Marsh. 462 314 

Michael v. Scock with (1687), Cro. Elia. 120 1200 

Michael r. Tredwin (1866), 17 C. B. 661 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 83 771 

Michell V. Rabbetts (1810), cited 3 Taun. 91 430 

Michell V. WUUams (1843), 11 M. & W. 205 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 193 30, 31 

Middleditch r. Ellis (1848), 2 Ex. 623; 17 L. J. Ex.366 764 

MiddlehuTBt i;. Johnson (1861), 30 L. J. P. & M. 14 140 

Middlesex SherifPs, case of (1840), 11 A. & E. 273 4 

Middleton*8 case (1603), 6 Co. Rep. 21 92 

Middleton, Re (1866), 34 L. J. P. & M. 16 ; 3 S. & T. 683 ; 10 Jar. N. S. 

1109 708 

Middleton v. Bamed (1849), 4 Ex. 241 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 433 106, 977 

Middleton t>. Croft (1736), Str. 1066 79 

Middloton v. Mass (1819), 2 Nott. & M oC. 66 429 

Middleton v. Melton (1829), 10 B. & C. 322 ; 6 M. & R. 264. .279, 437, 441, 608 
Middleton r. Pollock, Ex parte Wetherall (1876), 4 Ch. D. 49 : 46 L. J. Ch. 

39 ; 35 L. T. 608 ; 26 W. R. 94 639 

Midland Ry. Co. v. Hunchwood Brick and Tile Co. (1882), 20 Ch. D. 652 ; 

61 L. J. Ch. 778 ; 46 L. T. 301 ; 30 W. R. 640 50 

Midland Ry. Co. v. Withington Local Board (1883), 11 Q. B. D. 788; 62 

L. J. Q. B. 689; 49 L. T. 489 ; 47 J. P. 789 226 

MigheU V. Sultan of Johore, (1893) 9 R. 447 ; (1894) 1 Q. B. 149 ; 63 L. J. 

Q. B. 693 ; 70 L. T. 64 ; 68 J. P. 244 14 

Migottii;. Ctlville (1879), 4 C. P. D. 233; 48 L. J. C. P. 695; 40 L. T. 

747 ; 27 W. R. 744 ; 14 Cox, C. C. 306 16 

Milan, The (1861), Lush. 388 ; 31 L. J. Adm. 105 ; 6 L. T. 590 1122 

Mildrone's case (1786), 1 Lea. C. C. 412 905 

MUes V. Bough (1842), 3 Q. B. 845 ; 3 RaUw. Cas. 668 ; 3 G. & D. 119 ; 

12 L. J. Q B. 74 294, 1177 

Miles V. Dawson (1796), 1 Esp. 406 ; 2 Peake, 64 969 

Miles ». M'Cullough (18i'3), 1 Binn. 77 873 

Miles V. 0'Hara(1811), 4 Binn. 108 363, 364 

Millar v, Keiimok (1815), 4 Camp. 116 936 

Millard v, Bailey (1866), L. R. 1 Eq. 378 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 312 ; 13 L. T. 751 ; 

14 W^ R 385 789 
Miller's case (1772-3^3 Wilson,* 427*;' 2* W*. *Bi.*886! .* ! ! ! .* ! ! .' .* ! .' ! ! ! ! ! ! ! .' 930 

MiUer's case (1817), Macq. Prac. H. L. 620 603 

Miller v. Cook (1870), L. R. 10 Eq. 641 ; 40 L. J. Ch. 11 ; 18 W. R. 1061; 

22 L. J. Ch. 740 137 

Miller «. Covert (1828), 1 Wend. 487 11/4 

Miller V. Huddlestone (1861), 3 Mac. & G. 513, 623, 524 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 1 ; 

15 Jut. 1043 144 

Miller V. Irvine (1834), 1 Dev. & B. 103 669 

Miller v, James (1872), L. R. 3 P. & D. 4 ; 42 L. J. P. & M. 21 ; 27 L. T. 

862; 21W.R.272 1151 

Miller v. Lawton (1864), 2 New R. 430 ; 16 C. B N. S. 834 888 

Miller v. Salc»mons (1852), 7 Ex. 534 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 161 . . .^ 906 

Miller v. Stevens (1868), 100 Mass. 618 763 

Miller v. Tetherington (1861), 6 H. & N. 278 ; 30 L. J. Ex. 217 ; 7 H. A 

N. 964; 3 L. T. 893 ; 9 W. R. 437 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 214 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 

363; 10 W. R. 366 764, 766 

Miller v. Travers (1832), 8 Bing. 260 744, 760, 761, 801, 802 

Miller v. Wheatley (1890), 28 L. R. Ir. 144 305, 431, 460, 1210 

Milligan, Re (184i»), 2 Roberts. 108 702 

Millington v. Loring (1880), 6 Q. B. D. 190 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 214 ; 43 L. T. 

657; 29 W. R. 207; 45 J. P. 268 220 

Millman v. Tucker (1803), Pea. Add. Cas. 222 967, 970 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXXIX 

PAGE 

]ffillner*8 Estate, Re (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 245 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 44 ; 26 L. T. 

825' 20 TV. R. 823 101 

Millfli. Barber (1836), Vm/ & w/427 ; 6 BowL P. 0/?^^ 261 

Mills r. Dennis (1818), 3 Johns. 367 496 

Mills V. Fowkes (1839), 6 Bing. N. C. 455 ; 7 Scott, 444 ; 8 L. J. C. P. 

276 715, 716 

Mills r. Mayor of Colchester (1867), L. R. 2 C. P. 476 ; 36 L. J. C. P. 216; 

16 L. T. 626; 16 W. R. 965 123, 124, 1092 

Mills 9. Mills (1861), 30 L. J. P. & M. 183 ; 2 S. & T. 310 ; 4 L. T. 479. . 348 

Mills V. Milwaid (1890), 15 P. D. 20 ; 59 L. J. P. 23 ; 61 L. T. 651 703 

Mills V. Oddy (1834), 6 C. & P. 728 271, 320, 599 

Mills V. Soott (1873), 42 L. J. Q. B. 234 ; L. R. 8 Q. B. 496 ; 29 L. T. 96 ; 

21 W. R. 915 191, 195 

Milne v. Leisler (1862), 31 L. J. Ex. 257 ; 7 H. & N. 786 ; 5 L. T. 802 ; 10 

W. R. 250 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 121 378 

Milioy V. Lord (1862), 4 De G. F. & J. 264 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 798 639 

Milaon r. Day (1829), 3 M. & P. 333 817 

Milwaid V. Forbes (1803), 4 Esp. 171 617 

Milwaid V. Hibbert (1K42), 3 Q. B. 135 ; 11 L. J. Q. B. 137 ; 2 G. & D. 142 765 

Milward r. Temple (1808), 1 Camp. 375 

Mima Queen r. Hepbnm (1813), 7 Cranch, 290 368, 506 

Minet v. Morgan (1873), L. R. 8 Ch. App. 361 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 627 ; 28 L. T. 

N. S. 573; 21 W. R. 467 321, 601,602 

Minna, The (1868), L. R. 2 A. & E. 97 178 

Minor v. Tillotson (1833), 7 Pet. 100 277 

MinshaUu. Lloyd (1837), 2 M. & W. 450; 6 L. J. Ex. 115 304 

Mints r. BethiU (1601), Cio. Eli^. 749 323 

Minty, Re (1850), 7 Notes of Cases (Ecc. A Mar.) 374 698 

Mires v. Solebay (1678), 2 Mod. 244, 245 29 

Mitchell V. Crassweller (1853), 13 C. B. 237 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 100 ; 17 Jur. 

716 193 

Mitchell V. Darley Main Coll. Co. (1886), 11 App. Cas. 127 ; 55 L. J. Q. B. 

529 ; 54 L. T. 882 ; 51 J. P. 148 114 

Mitchell r. Homfray (1881), 50 L. J. 'Q. B. 460 ; 8 Q. B. D. 587 ; 45 L. T. 

694; 29W.R.558 186 

Mitchell r. Jenkins (1833), 5 B. & Ad. 594-596 ; 2 N. & M. 301 30, 39, 110 

Mitchell V. Lapage (1816), Holt, N. P. R. 253 ; 17 R. B. 033 299 

Mitchell r. Thomas (1847), 6 Moo. P. C. C. 137 140,141 

Miteheson v. Oliver (1855), 6 E. & B. 419 ; 25 L. J. Q. B. 39; I Jur. 

N. S. 900 17<* 

Mobile, The (1866), Swa. Adm. 69, 127 178 

Mody V. Gregson (1868), 38 L. J. Ex. 12 ; L. R. 4 Ex. 49 ; 19 L. T. 458 ; 

17' W. R. 176 776 

Moffatt V. Bateman (1869), L. R. 3 P. C. 115 ; 22 L. T. 140 ; 6 Moore, 

P. C. C. N. S. 369 163 

Mohesh Lai v. Mohunt Bawan Das (1883), L. R. 10 Ind. App. 62, 70, 71.. 153 

Moises r. Thornton (1799), 8 T. R. 307; 3 Esp. 4 1214 

Mollett V, Brayne (1809), 2 Camp. 103 ; 11 R. R. 676 656, 660 

Mollett r. Wackerbath (1847), 5 C. B. 181; 17 L. J. C. P. 47; 11 Jur. 

1065 1193, 1196 

Mollwo, March & Co. v. Ct. of Wards (1872), L. R. 4 P. C. 419, 435 .... 159 
Molton p. Camroux (1849), 2 Ex. 487 ; 4 Ex. 17 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 356; 18 

L. J. Ex. 58 ; 12 Jur. 800 642 

Molton V. Harris (1797), 2 Esp. 649 296 

Monaghan r. Cox (1892), 31 Am. St. R. 565 372 

Moncrieff v. Reade (1848), 2 C. & K. 705 192 

Mondel r. Steele (1841), 8 M. & W. 300; 9 Dowl. 812 ; 5 Jur. 511 ; 10 

L. J. Ex. 314 1122 

Money v. Jorden (1852), 15 Beav. 372 ; 20 L. J. Ch. 174 639 

Monkton 9. Att.-Gen. (1831), 2 Russ. & My. 161 . .408, 409, 410, 413, 415, 416, 

418, 421, 423, 424 

Monroe, Bank of, f . Field (1842), 2 Hill, R. 445 888 

Monroe v. Twistleton (1802), Pea. Add. Cas. 221 591 

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CXXX TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PiOl 

Monfcacuter. Maxwell (1720), 1 P. Wmfl. 619 679,680 

Montage v. Hairiflon (1857), 3 C. B. N. S. 292 ; 27 L. J. C. P. 24 ; i 

Jur.N. 8. 29 m 

Montage, Ld., v. Dudman (1761), 2 Ves. sen. 397 997 

Montag'ue r. Montague (1852), 16 Beav. 665 805 

Montague r. Perkina (1853), 22 L. J. C. P. 187 ; 17 Jur. 577 38, 1205 

Montefiore v, Guedalla (1860), 29 L. J. Ch. 65 ; 1 De G. F. & J. 93 .... 806 

Montefiori v, Montefiori (1762), 1 W. BI. 363 639 

Montgomery r. Middleton (1862), 13lr. C. L. R. 173 43 

Montreal, Bank of, v. Munster Bank (1876), I. B. 1 1 C. L. 47 44 

Montroee, Peer. (1853), 1 Maoq. 401 180, 792 

Moodie v. Bannister (1869), 4 Drew. 432 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 881 ; 6 Jur. N. 8. 

402 . ,• , . 722 

Moody r! Boweli'(i835)VirKck. 496'.V.V.V.V//^^^^ liioi'ms, 1228 

Moody v. 8urridge(l798), Park, Ins. 246 763 

Moons V. De Bemales (1856), 1 Russ. 301 1104 

Moorr. (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 284 265 

Moore r. Booth (1797), 3 Ves. 350 869 

Moore v. Campbell (1854), 10 Ex. 323 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 310 298, 752 

Moore r. Culyerbouse (1860), 27 Beav. 639 ; 29 L. J. Cb. 419 ; 6 Jur. 

N. 8. 116 738 

Moore r. Garwood (1849), 4 Ex. 681 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 16 44 

Moore v. King (1842), 3 Curt. 243 694 

Moore i;. Met. Ry. Co. (1872), L. R. 8 Q. B. 36 ; 42 L. J. Q. B. 23 ; 27 

L. T. 679 ; 21 W. R. 145 686, 643 

Moore v. Moore (1755), 2 Ves. sen. 696, 603 180 

Moore v. Moore (1871), 6 Ir. R. Eq. 166 142 

Moore r. Moore (1874), 43 L. J. Ch. 617; L. R. 18 Eq. 474; 80 L. T. 752; 

22 W. R. 729 638 

Moore r. Mourgue (1776), 2 Cowp. 479 39 

Moore i;. Oastler (1836), St. Ev. 641, 642 255 

Moore r. Peacbey, (1891) 2 Q.B. 707; 39 W. R. 692 1181 

Moore v. Smith (1826), 14 Serg. & R. 393 627 

Moore v. Terrell (1833). 4 B. & Ad. 870 ; 1 N. & M. 659 691 

Moore v. Wbitehouse (1864), 34 L. J. P. & M. 31 ; 3 S. & T. 667 ; 11 L T. 

468 307 

Moorbouse v. Newton (1849), 3 De G. & Sm. 307 480 

More (should be Moor) v. Salter (1616), 3 Buls. 79 1198 

Moreau and Carleton's Trial (1820), 200 900 

Morewood v. Wilkes (1833), 6 C. & P. 144 135 

Morewood t;. Wood (1792), 14 East, 327, n. ; 12 R. R. 637. .393, 399, 401, 1226, 

1227 

Morgans. Boys (1836), cited 7 A. & E. 337 371 

Morgan r. Brydges (1818), 2 Stark. R. 314 946 

Morgan r. Chetwynd (I860), 4 F. & F. 451 166 

Morgan v. Coucbman (1853), 14 C. B. 100 ; 2 C. L. R. 63 ; 23 L. J. 

C. P. 36 629 

Morgan v. Davies (1878), 3 C. P. D. 260 ; 39 L. T. 60 ; 26 W. R. 816 . . 35 
Morgan v. Griffith (1871), L. R. 6 Ex. 70 ; 40 L. J. Ex. 46 ; 23 L. T. 783 ; 

19 W. R. 967 745 

Morgan v. Hatchell (1855), 24 L. J. Cb. 135 ; 19 Beav. 96 ; 1 Jur. N. 8. 

1 25 731 

Morgan v. Hedger (1870), L. R. 5 C. P. 485 ; 40 L. J. M. C. 13 263 

Morgan v. Loud. Gen. Omnibus Co. (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 203; 63 L. J. 

Q. B. 362 ; 60 L. T. 687 ; 32 W. R. 416 779 

Morgan t'. Morgan (1832), 9 Bing. 359; 2 L. J. C. P. 27; 2 Moo. & So. 

490 372, 1216 

Morgan v. Nicboll (1866), 36 L. J. C. P. 86 ; L. R. 2 C. P. 117 ; 15 L. T. 

184; 15W.R.110; 12 Jur. N. 8. 963 327 

Morgan v. Pike (1854), 14 C. B. 473 ; 2 C. L. R. 696 ; 23 L. J. 0. P. 64., 676 
Morgan v. Ravey (1861), 6 H. & N. 26o ; 30 L. J. Ex. 131 ; 3 L. T. 784; 

9W.R.376; 2 F. & F. 283 142 



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TABLE OP CASES CITED. CXXXl 

PAes 
tfnigan f^. Bowlands (1872), 41 L. J. Q. B. 187 ; L. B. 7 Q. B. 493 ; 26 

L. T. 855 ; 20 W. B. 726 7 15, 1 125 

Morgwi r. Sim (1868), 11 Moo. P. C. C. 807 6 

Morgan r. SvkeB (1842), dted Goats v. ChapliD, 3 Q. B. 486 670 

Morgan v. Thome (1841), 7 M. & W. 408 ; 9 D. P. C. 228 ; 6 Jur. 294 ; 

lOL. J. Ex. 125 488, 1111 

Morgan r. Whitmore (1852), 6 Ex. 716; 20 L. J. Ex. 289 146 

Morgan's caM (1764), 1 Lea. C. C. 54 904 

Morgans 9. Bridges (1818), 1 B. & Aid. 650 543 

Moriarty c. Grey (1860), 12 Ir. C. L. B. 129 ; 302 

Moriaity v. Lend. Chat. & D. By. Co. (1870), 39 L. J. Q. B. 109 ; L. B. 

5Q.B. 314: 22L. T. 163; 18 W. B. 625 520 

Morlej r. Attenborough (1849), 3 Ex. 500 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 148 ; 13 Jur. 282 775 
Murley v. Morlej (1855), 6 De G. M. & G. 610 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 1097 ; 25 

L. Jr. Ch. 1 138, 720 

Morley's, Ld., oaw (1666), Kel. (J.) 55 ; 6 How. St. Tr. 771 . . . .328, 330, 340 

Momington v. Momington (1861), 2 J. & H. 697 592 

Morrell ©. Dickey (1814), 1 Johns. (Ch. Am.) 153 1150 

Monellv. Fisher (1849), 4 Ex. 604; 19 L. J. Ex. 273 803, 804 

MoneU «. Frith (1838), 3 M. & W. 402 ; 8 C. & P. 246 ; 1 H. & H. 100 ; 

2 Jnr. 619; 7 L. J. Ex. 172 44, 710, 712 

MorreU v. Martin (1841), 8 M. & Gr. 693 ; 4 Soott, N. B. 300 1101 

MorreU v. Morrell (1882), 7 P. DIt. 68 ; 51 L. J. P. & M. 49 ; 46 L. T. 

485; 30W. R. 491; 46 J. P. 328 141 

Morris r. Bethell(l869), L. B. 4 C. P. 7C5 ; L. B. 5 C. P. 47 ; 38 L. J. 

C. P. 379 ; 1 7 W. B. 736 24 1 

Monis p. Burdett (1808), 1 Camp. 218 ; 10 B. B. 667 524 

Morris f. Davies (1866, should be 1827), 3 C. & P. 215, 427 ; 5 CI. & Fin. 

163; IM. &B. 271, n 101, 422 

Morris r. Glynn (1859), 27 Beay. 218; 5 Jur. N. 8. 1047 684 

Moms r. Harmer (1833), 7 Pet. 554 1179 

Morris V. Hanser (1841), 2 M. & Bob. 392 ; Car. & M. 29 313 

Morris r. Miller (1767), 4 Burr. 2057 ; 1 W. Bl. 632 H9, 295, 549 

Morrison r. Arnold (1817), 19 Ves. 670 353 

Morrison v. Gen. St. Narig. Co. (1852), 8 Ex. 733 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 23S . . . . 6 

Morrison r. Kelly (1762), 1 W. Bl. 386 987 

Morrison 9. Lennard (1827), 3 C. & P. 127 897 

Morrison v. Martin (1846), 5 Hare, 507 803 

Morrison p. Uniy. Marine Ins. Co. (1872), 42 L. J. Ex. 17, 115 ; L. B. 

8 Ex. 40, 197 ; 27 L. T. 791 ; 21 W. B. 196 156 

Morritt p. Douglass (1872), 42 L. J. P. & M. 10 ; L. B. 3 P. & D. 1 ; 27 

L.T.591; 21W.B. 162 694 

MoiTogh r . Power ( 1 842) ,5Lr. L. B.494 713 

Morse p. Boyal (1806), 12 Yes. 362 ; 8 B. B. 338 493, 494 

Mortbner r. M'Callan (1840), 6 M. & W. 68 ; 4 Jur. 172 ...308, 309, 388, 1049, 

1052, 1054, 1059 

Mortimer «. Mortimer (1820), 2 Hagg. Cons. 316 503, 558 

Mortimers. Sbortall (1842). 2 Dm. & War. 371 749 

licvtimore p. Wright (1840), 6 M. & W.'482 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 168 168 

Morton p. Chandler (1831), 8 Greenl. 9 746 

Morum p. Copdand (1855), 16 Com. 517; 24 L. J. C. P. 517; 1 Jur. N. S. 

979 . 267 729 

Morton' v.* Tibbctt (1860)', "l6 *Q.' b! *434 '; ' 1*9 "l. J. Q.' B* '382;' 'l4 ' Jur. * 

669 689,692 

Morton p. Woods (1868), L. B. 3 Q. B. 658 ; 37 L. J. Q. B. 242 ; L. B. 

4Q. B. 293; 38L. J. Q. B. 81; 17 W. B. 411 ; 9 B. & S. 659 97 

Moseley r. Davies a822), 11 Prioe, 162 396,401,410 

Moeel^ r. Banford (1830), 10 B. & C. 729 ; 5 M. ft B. 607 757 

Modeley p. M'MuUen (1856), 6 Lr. C. L. B. 69 222 

Men r. Ang.-Egyp. Nay. Co. (1865), L. B. 1 Ch. 108; 36 L. J. Ch. 179 ; 

14W. B. 160 1117 

Moss f . BnsseU ( 188 1), 1 Times L. B. 13 162 

Mosson r. lyy (1684), 10 How. St. Tr. 562 362, 1179 

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Moasopr. Eadon (1810), 16 Ves. 430 808 

Mostyn v. Fabrigas (1774), 1 Cowp. 174 ; 1 Sm. L. C. 628 7, 51, 62, 938 

Moalyn v, Mostjn (1854), 3 De G. M. & G. 140 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 925 ; 5 H. L. 

Cas. 165 796 

Mostyn v. West Mostyn rx)al & Iron Co. (1876), 34 L. T. 531 602 

Motteram v. East. Cos. Ry. Co. (1859), 29 L. J. M. C. 57; 7 C. B. N. S. 

58 : 6 Jur. N. S. 759 1054, 1089 

Mouflet V. Cole (1872), L. R. 7 Ex. 70 ; L. R. 8 Ex. 32 ; 41 L. J. Ex. 28 ; 

42 L. J. Ex. 8 ; 27 L. T. 678 ; 21 W. R. 175 16 

Mould V. WUUams (1844), 5 Q. B. 473 ; D. & M. 631 1099, 1100, 1101 

Moule V, Brown (1838), 4 Bing. N. C. 266 ; 5 Scott, 694 ; 1 Am. 79 ; 2 Jur. 

277 32 

Mounsey v, Bumham (1841), 1 Hare, 15 1208 

Monnson t\ Boum (1648), Cro. Car. 626 19 

Mount V. Bovrert (1816), Anthon, 190 615 

Mount V. La'rkins (1831), 8 Bing. 108 ; 1 M. & Scott, 165 38, 818 

Mountagne v. Harrison (1857), 27 L. J. C. P. 24 ; 3 C. B N. S. 292 ; 

4 Jur. N. S. 29 869 

Mountford i;. Harper (1847), 16 M. & W. 825 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 182 154 

Mountnoy v. Collier (1853), 22 L. J. Q. B. 124 ; 4 E. & B. 630 ; 17 Jur. 503 . . 98, 

444, 445 

Monntstephen v. Brooke (1819), 1 Chitty, R. 390 487, 718 

Mountstephen v. Lakeman (1874), 39 L. J. Q. B. 275 ; L. R. 6 Q. B. 613 ; 

41 L. J. Q. B. 67 ; L. R. 7 Q. B. 196 ; L. R. 7 H. L. 17 ; 43 L. J. Q B. 

188; SOL. T. 437; 22 W. R. 617 678 

Moylan v. Nolan (1864), 17 Ir. C. L. R. 427 166 

Moyle V. Jenkins (1881), 8 Q. B. D. 116 ; 51 L. J. Q. B. 112 ; 46 L. T. 

472 ; 30 W. R. 324 156 

Muilman v. D'Equino (1795), 2 H. Bl. 564 37 

MulhoUand v. Killen (1874), I. R. 9 Eq. 471 1109 

Mullaly r. Walsh (1872), I. R. 6 C. L. 314 171 

Mullen, Re (1871), I. R. 6 Eq. 309 695, 696 

Mnllett V. Hunt (1833), Car. & M. 752 831, 836 

Mulliner r. Florence a878), 3 Q. B. D. 484 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 700 ; 38 L. T. 

167 ; 26 W R. 385 5, 781 

Mullins V. Collins (1874), L. R. 9 Q. B. 292 ; 43 L. J. M. C. 67 ; 29 L. T. 

838 ; 22 W. R. 297 107 

Mumford v. Gething (1859), 29 L. J. C. P. 105 ; 7 C. B. N. S. 305 784 

Mimcey v. Dennis (1856), 1 H. & N. 216 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 66 781 

Munday v. Asprey (1880), 13 Ch. D. 855 : 49 L. J. Ch. 216 ; 28 W. R. 347. . 673 
Mann t\ Baker (1817), 2 Stark. R. 255; Holt. N P. 646, n. ; 19R. R. 715.. 1096 

Munn r. Godbold (1825), 3 Bing. 292 ; 11 Moore, C. P. 49 300 

Miinro, Ex parte (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 724 ; 45 L. J. Q. B. 816 ; 35 L. T. 

857 ; 24 W. R. 1017 724 

Munro v. De Cheinant (1815), 4 Camp. 215 539 

Manro V. Munro (1840), 7 CI. & Fin. 842 179 

Munro v. Vandam (1794), cited 1 Park, Ins. 469 176 

Munroe v. Pilkington (1862), 31 L. J. Q. B. 81 ; 2 B. & S. 11 ; 6 L. T. 

N. S. 21 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 557 .* 1140, 1164 

Miinst^r r. Lamb (1883), 11 Q. B. D. 588 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 726 ; 49 L. T. 

25i ; 32 W. R. 248 ; 47 J. P. 805 869 

Murchic V. Black (1865), 34 L. J. C. P. 337 ; 19 C. B. N. S. 190; 11 Jur. 

N. S. 608; 12L. T. 735; 13 W. R. 896 114. 11« 

M'lrsratroyd »». Murgatroyd (1828), cited 2 St. Ev. 307, n. (o) 257 

MiriHtar. Wolfhagen (1819), 2 C. & K. 744 1219 

Murlv »'. M-Dermott (1838), 8 A. & E. 138 ; 3 N. & P. 256 ; 1 W. W. 

vt H. 2JG lis 

Mnrpliv ". Boese (1875), 44L. J. Ex. 40; L. R. 10 Ex. 126; 82 L. T. 122; 

2 i W. R. 474 668 

Murphy v. Meredith (1842), 6 Ir. L. R. 120 711 

M'lrphvr. Nolan (1873), I. R. 7 Eq. 49S 818 

Murphy v. SulUvan (1866), 11 Ir. Jur. N. S. Ill 682 

Murray, In the goods of (1837), 1 Curt. 596 174 

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PAoa 

Ifmraj v. Coster (1825), 4 Gowen, 636 515 

Monay v. Sheriffs of Dublin (1841), Arm. H. & O. 130 977 

Murray v. Gregory (1850), 5 Ex. 468 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 355 ; 14 Jur. 555 293 

Murray v. Mace (1874), Lr. 8 C. L. 396 774 

Murray v. Mackenzie (1875), L. R. 10 C. P. 625 ; 44 L. J. 0. P. 313; 

32 L. T. 777 ; 23 W. R. 595 736 

Murray v. Milner (1879), 48 L. J. Ch. 775 ; 12 Cb. D. 849 ; 41 L. T. 213; 

27 W. R. 881 415 

MuiTay €. Parker (1854), 19 Beav. 305 749 

Murray v. E. of Stair (1823), 2 B. & C. 82 ; 3 Dowl. ft R. 278 746, 1203 

MuBgnye r. Emerson (1847), 10 Q. B. 326 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 174 440 

Muflsumat Cheetha v. Baboo Miheen Lall (1867), U Moore, Indian App. C. 

369 380 169 

Mutual Life,'&o.' V. 'Hiilman,' (i892)V i45 U. S. 285 ..'.*.'.*.'./.'.'.'.'..'.*... 377, 794 
Mutual Loan Fund Ass. v. Sudlow (1858), 28 L. J. C. P. 108 ; 6 G. B. N. S. 

449 ; 5 Jut. N. S. 338 768 

MyeiB V. Defriee (1879j, 4 Ex. D. 176 ; 40 L. T. 795 ; 27 W. R. 791 ; 48 

L. J. Ex. 446 41, 42 

MyerH r. Perigal (1851-2), 2 De G. M. ft G. 599 ; 11 C. B. 90 ; 21 L. J. 

C. P. 217 ; 16 Jut. 1118 684 

Myers r. Sari (1860), 30 L. J. Q. B. 9 ; 3 E. ft E. 306 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 97 . . 764, 766 
Myers v. WiUU (1865), 17 C. B. 77 ; 18 C. B. 886 ; 25 L. J. 0. P. 39, 255 ; 

2 Jur. N. S. 41 179, 1175 

Myles r. Burton (1884), 14 L. R. Ir. 268 539 

Myrick r. Dame (1852), 9 Gush. 248 768 

Mysore, ftc, Go., Re (1889), 42 Gh. D. 535 ; 68 L. J. Gh. 731 ; 61 L. T. 

453; 37W.R.794; 1 Meg. 347 346 

NAnnr v. Baseett (1883), 25 Gh. D. 21 ; 53 L. J. Gh. 263 ; 49 L. T. 454 ; 

82 W. R. 70 349 

Nagle V. Shea (1875), I. R. 9 G. L. 389 293, 1213 

Naiah r. Brown (1846), 2 G. ft K. 219 274 

Napper v. Sanders (1628), Button, 119 170 

Nash r. Armstrung (1861), 30 L. J. G. P. 286 ; 10 G. B. N. S. 269 ; 9 

W. R. 782 ; 7 Jur. N. 8. 1060 751 

Naah r. Gilkeson (1819), 5 Serg. ft R. 352 252 

Nash V. Hodgson (1856), 25 L. J. Gh. 186 ; 6 De G. M. ft G. 474 ; 1 Jur. 

N. S. 946 714, 716 

Nash r. Turner (1796), 1 Esp. 217 1218 

Natchbolt v. Porter (1689), 2 Vem. 112 659 

Nate*8 (or Nute's) case (1800) 6 Peters, Abridg. 82 ; 3 Russ. G. ft M. 458 

{5tli ed.) 662 

Naylor v. Semmee (1829), 4 Gill, ft J. 273 969 

Neal r. Jay (1684), cited 12 Mod. 86 ; 1 Salk. 281 1179 

Neal V, WUding (1740), 2 Str. 1151 423 

Neale v. Fiy (1684), cited 1 Salk. 281 ; 12 Mod. 86 1179 

Neale v. Parkin (1795), 1 Esp. 229 523 

Nedby r. Nedby (1862). 21 L. J. Ch. 446 ; 5 De G. ft Sm. 377 137 

Needbam r. Bremner (1866), L. R. 1 G. P. 583 ; 35 L. J. G. P. 313; 1 

H. ftR. 731 1103 

Needbam r. Eraser (1846), 1 G. B. 815 ; 3 D. ft L. 190 ; 14 L. J. G. P. 

256 ; 9 Jur. 734 836 

Needbam v. Smith (1704), 2 Vem. 463 909, 910 

Neeley c. Lock (1838), 8 G. ft P. 532 106 

Neil V. Neil (1829, 1839), 1 Leigh, R. 6, 10, 21 142 

Neile v, Jakle_(1849), 2 G. ft K. 709 628 

Neill r. D. of Devonshire (1876-82), 2 L. R. Ir. 164 ; 8 App. Gas. 147. .42, 296, 

396, 403, 405, 406 
Neilson v. Harford (1841), 8 M. ft W. 806, 818, 819 ; Webs. Pat. Rep. 296, 

328 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 20 43 

NeisoD V. Walters (1890), 63 L. T. 328 531 

Nelson, Re (1872), L R. 6 Eq. 569 708 

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CXXXIV TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

Nelflon, Ld. v. Ld. Bridport (1844, should be 1846), 8 Beav. 547; 10 Jnr. 104S. .51,930 
Nelson v. OoucIl (1863), 16 0. B. N. 8. 99 ; 8 L. T. 677 ; 11 W, B. 964 ; 

10 Jur. N. S. 366 1120 

Nelson v, Stocker (1869), 28 L. J. Ch. 760 ; 4 De G. & J. 768 641 

Nelson ». Whittall (1817), 1 B. & Aid. 19 1216 

Nepean v. Doe d. Knight h847), 2 K. & W. 894 ; 2 Sm. L. C. 610, 629, 729. 173 

Neptunus, The (1799), 2 C. Rob. 110 1095 

Nesham v. Selby (1872), L. R. 13 Eq. 191 ; L. B. 7 Ch. 406; 41 L. J. Oh. 

651; 26L. T. 146. 668 673 

Netherhmds Steam Boat Co. r. Styles (1864), 9 Moo. P. C. 0. 286 178 

Netherwood r. Wilkinson (1856), 17 C. B. 226 832 

Neve V. Pennell (1863), 2 New R. 608 ; 1 1 W. R. 986 738 

Nevil V. Johnson (1703), 2 Vem. 447 327 

NeviU V. Snelling (1880), 49 L. J. Ch. 777 ; 16 Ch. D. 679 ; 43 L. T. 244 ; 

29 W. R. 376 138 

Neville ». Fine Arts Co., (1895) 2 Q. B. 166 ; 72 L. T. 726 Add. [47, 643] 

Neville v, WUkinson (1782), 1 Bro. C. C. 643 639 

Nevin v. Dnrsdale (1867), 36 L. J. Ch. 662 ; 16 W. R. 980 753, 806 

Newall V, EUiott (1863), 1 H. & C. 797 ; 32 L. J. Ex. 120 ; 7 L. T. 768 ; 

11 W. R. 438; 9 Jut. N.S. 369 1160 

Newberry v. Benson (1854), 23 L. J. Ch. 1003 462 

Newbould v. Coltman (1851), 6 Ex. 189 ; 20 L. J. M. C. 149 1101 

Newbould r. Smith (1889), 14 App. Cas. 423 ; 66 L. J. Ch. 788 ; 66 L. T. 

194 ; 34 W. R. 690 447, 452 

Newburghi;. Newburgh (1712), 3 Bro. P. C. 653 1038 

Newby v. Reed (1763), cited 1 Park, Ins. 148 175 

Newby v. Sharpe (1877), 8 Ch. D. 39; 47 L. J. Ch. 617 ; 38 L. T. 583; 

26 W. R. 685 192 

Newcastle, D. of, v, Broxtowe (1832), 4 B. & Ad. 273 394 

Newcastle, B. of, v, Clark (1818), 8 Taun. 627, 628 ; 2 Moore (C. P.) 666 ; 

20R. R. 683 113 

Newcastle, D. of, v. Kinderley (1803), 8 Ves. 363, 376 ; 7 R. R. 71 108 

Newcastle, Master Pilots and Seamen of, v. Bradley (1851), 2 E. & B. 

428, n.; 23 L. J. Q. B. 36 791 

NeweU v. Radford (1867), 37 L. J. C. P. 1 ; L. R. 3 C. P. 62 ; 17 L. T. 

118; 16 W. R. 97 671 

Newell r. Simpkin (1830), 6 Bing. 665 : 4 M. & P. 395 996 

New England Bank 9. Lewis (1829), 8 Pick. 113 1139 

Newenhamr. Smith (1859), 10 Ir. C. L. R. 245 788 

NewhaU r. Holt (1840), 6 M. & W. 662; 4 Jur. 610 291 

Newhamr. Raithby (1811), I Phillim. 316 1047 

Newington v. Levy (1870), 40 L. J. C. P. 29 ; L. R. 6 C. P. 180 ; 23 L. 

T. 596 ; 19 W. R. 473 1119 

Newman v. Jenkins (1830), 10 Pick. 616 172 

Newman f . Rercy (1876), 4 Ch. D. 41 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 36 ; 35 L. T. 461 ; 

25 W. R. 317 808 

Newman i;. Stretch (1829), M. & M. 338 379 

New Ronmey, Mayor, &o.. v. New Romney Commissioners of Sewers, (1892) 

1 Q. B. 840 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 658 ; 66 J. P. 766 404 

Newry and Ennisk. Ry. Co. v. Combe (1849), 5 RaUw. Cas. 633 ; 3 £z. 

566; 18L. J. Ex. 326 100 

Newsamv. Cair (1817), 2 Stark. R. 69; 19 R. R. 676 252, 255 

Newsomer. Coles (1811), 2 Camp. 617; 12 R. R. 756 1095 

Newton v. Askew (1848), 6 Hare, 319 860 

Newton i;. Belcher (1848), 1 Q. B. 921 ; 6 RaUw. Cas. 38 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 

53 ; 13 Jur. 263 630 

Newton r. Beresford (1831), Younge, Ex. R. 376 601 

Newton v. Blunt (1846), 3 C. B. 676 ; 4 D. & L. 674 ; 5 Railw. Cas. 29 ; 

16 L. J. O. P. 121 11 16 

Newton r. Chaplin (1850), 10 C. B. 356 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 374 ; 14 Jur. 1121. 320 

Newton r. Clarke (1839), 2 Curt. 320 695 

Newton 9. Constable (1841), 2 Q. B. 162 ; I G. & D. 408 ; 9 D. P. C. 933 ; 

6 Jur. 317 869, 870, 871 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. OXZXY 

pAoa 
Newtca v. EUia (1855), 5 E. ft B. 115 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 337 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

860 227 

Newton 9. Harland (1840), 1 H. & Gr. 956 ; 1 Soott, N. R. 502 ; 9 Dowl. 

16; 1 W. P. C. 63; 4 Jur. 992 819 

Newton v, Ldddiaitl (1848), 12 Q. B. 927 ; 6 Railw. Gas. 42 ; 18 L. J. 

Q. B. 53 630 

Newton 9. RickettB (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. & M.) 35 942 

Newton v. Ricketts (1861), 8 H. L. G. 260 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 247 134 

New Windsor case (1836), Enapp & O. 173 497 

Nias V. North. & East. Rj. Go. (1838), 3 Mj. & Gr. 355 ; 7 L. J. Ch. 142 ; 

2K. 76 601,996 

Nifihol 9. Godto (1854), 10 Ex. 191 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 314 776 

Nicholas and Freeman v. Binns (1858), 1 S. & T. 243 ; 27 L. J. P. & M. 6 170 

NichoUe v. Plmne (1824), 1 C. & P. 272 691 

Nioholla v. Dowding (1815), 1 Stark. R. 81 ; 18 R. R. 746 . .386, 488, 494, 921 

NichoUs 9. Downes f 1830), 1 M. & Rob. 13 520 

NichoUs*. Goldsmith (1831), 7 Wend. 160 454 

Nicholla9. Osbom (1727), 2 P. Wma. 419 789 

Nicholl8 9. Parker (1811), 14 East, 331, n.; 12 R. R. 542 3^6,410 

Nioholls 9. Walkor (1634), Cro. Car. 394 1101 

Nichols, In re (1872), 41 L. J. P. & M. 88 ; L. R. 2 P. & M. 461 ; 27 L. 

T. 323 ; 21 W. R. 161 173 

Nichols*. Johnson (1834), 10 Conn. 192 1199 

Nichols 9. Webb (1823), 8 Wheat. 326 454 

Nicholson, Ex parte. Re Willson (1880), 14 Gh. D. 243 ; 49 L. J. Bk. 68 ; 

43 L. T. 266 ; 28 W. R. 936 849 

Nicholson 9. Bower (1858), 1 £. & E. 172 ; 28 L. J. Q. B. 97 ; 5 Jur. N. 

8. 246 689, 692 

Nicholson 9. Bradfield Union (1866), 35 L. J. Q. B. 176 ; L. R. 1 Q. B. 

620 ; 7 B. & S. 744 641 

Nicholson 9. MoUigan (1868), I. R. 3 Eq. 308 806 

Nicholson 9. Revill (1836), 4 A. & E. 675 ; 6 N. & M. 192 1194 

Nicholson r. Smith (1822), 3 Stark. R. 129 515 

Nickalls 9. Heny (1875), L. R. 7 H. L. 530 ; 45 L. J. Ch. 575 ; 32 L. T. 

623 ; 28 W. R, 663 158 

NickeUs 9. Atherstone (1847), 10 Q. B. 944 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 371 ; 11 Jur. 

778 660,661 

Nickolson r. Ejiowlee (1820), 5 Madd. 47 545 

NiooU 9. Greaves (1864), 33 L. J. C. P. 269 ; 17 C. B. N. S. 27 ; 10 L. T. 

531 ; 12 W. R. 961 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 919 36 

Nifa, The, (1892) 1 R. 640; (1892) P. 411 ; 62 L. J. P. 12; 69 L. T. 66. .740, 766 

Nightinffal9.DeTisme (1770). 5 Burr. 2594 1036 

Niles 9. Brackett (1819), 15 Mass. 378 910 

Noble's Trusts, Re (187 1), I. R. 6 Eq. 140 , 798 

Noble 9. Chapman (1854), 14 G. B. 400 ; 23 L. J. G. P. 56 ; 18 Jur. 44 . . 190 

Noble 9. Durell (1789), 3 T. R. 271 766 

Noble 9. Kennoway (1780), 2 Doug. 513 157, 232, 766, 782 

Noble 9. Waid (1867), 35 L. J. Ex. 81 ; L. R. 1 Ex. 117 ; 4 H. & C. 149 ; 

86 L. J. Ex. 91 ; L. R. 2 Ex. 136 762 

Noble 9. Waiook and Phelps (1871), 40 L. J. P. & M. 60 ; L. R. 2 P. & 

D. 276; 25L. T. 65; 19 W. R. 1116 1182 

Nodin 9. Murray (1812), 3 Camp. 228 : 13 R. R. 796 ?96 

Noding 9. AUeston (1892), cited Greenleaf on £v. 15th edit. 369 698 

Nod 9. WeDa (1669). I Lev. 235 1103, 1106 

Nolan 9. Gopeman (1873), L. R. 8 Q. B. 84 ; 42 L. J. Q. B. 44 ; 27 L. T. 

789; 21W.R.263 818 

Nolan 9. Gumley (1863), 14 Ir. C. L. R. 301 732, 734 

NoEden 9. Williamson (1808), 1 Taon. 377 891 

Notdon9.De£riee(1882),8Q.B.D.508; 51 L.J. Q. B. 415; 30W.R.612.. 1186 

Nonnan 9. Cole (1800), 3 E«p. 253 747 

Nonnan 9. MorreU (1799), 4 Yes. 769 ; 4 R. R. 347 762 

Nonnan 9. PhUUpe (1845), 14 M. Sc W. 283 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 306 ; 9 Jur. 832. .689, 692 
KoRe7a9.FrankB(l874), LR. 9Eq. 18 801 

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CXXXvi TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

Norrisf. Beach (1807), 2 Johns. 294 866 

Norris r. Cooke (1867), 30 L. T. (Ir.) 224 667 

NorrU r. Cottle (I860), 2 H. L. Oas. 647 ; 14 Jur. 703 640 

Norris v. Miles (1808), 1 Camp. 389 ; 10 B. R. 710 385, 496 

North of Eng. Joint Stock Bk. Co., Re, Ex parte Gk)uthwaite (1851), 20 

L. J. Ch. 182, 192; 193; 3 Mao. & G. 187 74 

North of Eng. Joint-Stook Bk. Co., B«, Ex parte Straffon*B Exors. (1853), 

22 L. J. Ch. 194 ; 1 De G. M. & G. 576 : 4 DeG. & Sm. 256 641 

North German Lloyd St. Ship. Co. r. Elder (The Schwuble) (1861), 1 Lush. 

239 ; 14 Moo. P. C. C. 241 ; 4 L. T. 160 178 

North- West. Ry. Co. v. MoMiohael (1860), 5 Ex. 856 ; 14 Jur. 987 ; 20 L. J. 

Ex. 6 100 

Northam v. Latouche (1829), 4 C. & P. 140 1019 

Northeote v. Doughty (1879), 4 C. P. D. 385 ; 24 Sol. J. 776 718 

Northumberland, D. of, v. Todd (1878), 7 Ch. D. 777 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 343; 

38L. T. 746; 28 W. B. S50 914 

Norton r. Bazett (1856), Deane, Eoc. R. 269 695 

Norton v. Pettibone (1829), 7 Conn. 319 510 

Norwich & Lowestoft Nay. Co. v. Theobald (1828), M. & M. 153 1096 

Norwich, Bishop of, r.Pearso (1868), 37 L.J. Eoc. 90; L.R.2A.&E.281..884,885 

Notbr V. Brooks (1861), 7 H. & N. 499 778 

Nottidgev. Prince (1858), 2 Giff. 246; 29 L. J. Ch. 857 186 

Nottingham, Guaid. of, v, Tomkinson (1879), 4 C. P. D. 343 ; 48 L. J. 

M. C. 171 ; 28 W. R. 151 621 

Novelli V. Rossi (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 757 ; 9 L. J. K. B. O. S. 807. . . .1147, 1200 
Nowlan i;. Ablett (1835), 2 C. M. & R. 64 ; 1 Gale, 72 ; 5 Tyr. 709 ; 4 

L. J. Ex. 155 36 

Nowlan v. Gibson (1847), 12 Ir. L. R. 5, 8—12 89. 1 110, 1113, 1140 

Nugent V. Smith (1876), 1 0. P. D. 423 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 697 ; 34 L. T. 827 ; 

25W. R. 117 771 

Nunn's Will, Re (1876), 44 L. J. Ch. 255 ; L. R. 19 Eq. 331 798 

Nunn V. Fabian (1866), 35 L. J. Ch. 140 ; L. R. 1 Ch. 36 631, 688 

Nye V. Macdonald (1870), 39 L. J. P. C. 34 ; L. R. 3 P. C. 331 ; 23 L, T. 

220; 18 W. R. 1076 9 

Oakapplk V, Copons (1791), 4 T. R. 361 624 

Oakeley ». Ooddeen (1861), 2 F. & F. 651 271 

Cakes r. Hill (1833), 14 Pick. 442 1178 

Cakes v. Turquand (1867), L. R. 2 H. L. 325 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 919 1076 

Oakley v. Monck (1865), L. R. 1 Ex. 159 ; 35 L. J. Ex. 87 ; 14 L. T. 20 ; 

14 W. R. 406 ; 4 H. & C. 261 169 

Oastler v. Henderson (1877), 2 Q. B. D. 576 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 607 ; 37 L. T. 22 660 

Obicini v. Bligh (1832), 8 Bing. 336 ; 1 Moo. & S. 477 1147 

O'Brien r. Lewis (1863), 32 L. J. Ch. 569 ; 4 Giff. 221 ; 8 L. T. 380; 

11 W. R. 716; 9 Jur. N. S. 620 136 

O'Brien v. R. (1849), 2 H. L. Cas. 465 895 

O'Brien r. Shell (1873), L R. 7 Eq. 256 666 

Ocean, The (1804), 5 0. Rob. Adm. 90 179 

Ochsenbein v. PapeUer (1873), L. R. 8 Ch. 696 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 861 ; 28 L. T. 

459 ; 21 W. R. 616 1132, 1142 

O'Connell's case (1843-4), Arm. & T. 275 383 

O'Connell r. Butler (1819). Milw. (Ir. Eoc.) 102 140 

O'Conuell v. The Queen (1844), 11 CI. & Fin. 373 436 

O'Connor r. Majoribanks (1842), 4 M. &Gr. 436 ; 11 L J. C. P. 267.. 690, 691 

O'Connor v. Spaight (1804), 1 Sch. & Lef . 306 682 

Odell, Re (1849), 7 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. & Mar.) 267 435, 698 

O'Donnelli;. O'Donell (1882), 13 L. R. Ir. 226 766 

O'Donnell v. O'DonneU (187«), 1 L. R. Ir. 284 16 

O'Flanagan r. Geoghegan (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. 636 830 

Ogden V. Hesketh (1849), 2 C. & K. 772 481 

OgUvie V. Currie (1868), 27 L. J. Ch. 641 ; 16 W. R. 769 ; 18 L. T. 593 . . 129 

Ogilviei;. Foljambe (1817), 3 Mer. 53; 17 R. R. 13 674 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED* CXXXVU 

PAOB 

OfclB^. Oook(1748), 1 Ve8.8en. 177 1216 

Ogle 9. NoToliffe (1708), 2 Ld. Raym. 869 19 

Ogle V. Ld. Vane (1868), L. B. 2 Q. B. 275 : 36 L. J. Q. B. 175 ; 7 B. & S. 

855 752 

O'Gnidy v, Corr (1876), L R. 10 Eq. Ill 462 

OkWn V. Terrero (1874), 44 L. J. Oh. 155 ; L. R. 10 Oh. 127 ; 31 L. T. 

811; 23W. R. 195 922 

O^Kane ». O^Eane (1892), 30 L. R. Ir. 489 Add. [125] 

Okeden r. OUfden (1826), 2 Rues. 309 786 

Olding, Re (1841), 2 Curt. 866 697 

0*Leu7 *• Douglass (1878), 1 Ir. L. R. 46 704 

OUve r. Guin (1658), 2 Sid. 146 ., 8, 283 

Oliver r. Bartlett (1819), 1 B. & B. 269 373 

OUver r. Hunting (1890), 44 Ch. D. 205 ; 59 L. J. Oh. 255 ; 62 L. T. 108 ; 

38 W. R. 618 672 

OUver r.Woodiofle (1839),4 M.&W.650; 7 Dowl.166; 1 H.&H. 474. .732, 733 
OUivant v. Bajlej (1843), 5 Q. B. 288 ; D. & M. 373 ; 13 L. J. Q. B. 34 ; 

7 Jur. 1130 777 

Olver 9. Johns (1870), 39 L. J. P. & M. 7 697 

0*Meagher r. O'Meagher (1883), 11 L. R. Ir. 117 697 

Omichand v. Barker (1744-5), Willes, 550 901, 903, 906, 1178 

Ommaney v. Stilwell (1856), 23 Beav. 328 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 1058 173 

O'Neills. Allen (1859), 9 It. L. R.N. S. 132, 141 123 

O'Neill r. Bell (1866), L R. 2 C. L. 68 768 

O'NeiU *. Read (1845), 7 Ir. L. R. 434 487 

Ihiions V. Tyrer (1716). 1 P. Wms. 43 708 

Onslow, Re, Ex parte Kibble (1875), L. R. 10 Ch. 373 ; 44 L. J. Bk. 63 ; 

32 L. T. 138 ; 23 W. R. 433 718 

Oppenheim v. White Lion Hotel Co. (1871), 6 L. R. C. P. 515 ; 40 L. J. 

C. P. 231: 25L. T. 93 162 

Old, In re (1878). 9 Ch, D. 667 808 

O'ReiUj, Re (1874), 43 L. J. P. & M. 6 ; 29 L. T. 646 ; 22 W. R. 224 . . 793 

Onnerod v. Chadwick (1847), 16 M. & W. 367 ; 16 L. J. M. C. 143 131 

Ormrod v. Huth (1845), 14 M. & W. 664 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 366 775 

0*Rorke r. Bolingbroke (1877), 2 App. Cas. 814 ; 26 W. R. 239 138 

0*Ronrke v. Perceval (1811), 2 Ball & B. 58 ; 12 R. R. 68 675 

Ott v. Dickenson (1858), Johns. 1 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 516 : 5 Jur. N. S. 672 . . 652 

Orrr. Morice(1821), 3B. &B. 139; 6Moore, C. P. 347 1211 

OrteU Colliery Co., Re (1879), 12 Ch. D. 681 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 655 1138 

Orrall V. Coppock (1857), 26 L. J. Ch. 269 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 1244 676 

Onrett V. Corser (1855), 21 Beav. 52 486 

Osbom V. Lond. Dock Co. (1855), 10 Ex. 698 ; 3 C. L. R. 313 ; 24 L. J. 

Ex.140; lJur.N.8.93 964 

Osbom V. Thompson (1839), 2 M. & Rob. 256 ; 9 C. & P. 337. . . . 258, 259, 274 

Osgathorpe v. Diseworth (1745-6), 2 Str. 1256 ; Burr. 261 1139 

Osgood r. Manhattan Co. (1824), 3 Co wen, 612 ' 493 

O'SuUiTan 9. Burke (1875), I. R. 9 C. L. 105 444 

Oswald, In re (1874), 48 L. J. P. AM. 24; L. R. 3 P. & D. 162 141 

Oswell V. Shepherd {»ee Re Smith)* 

Ottawaj V. HamUton (1878), 47 L. J. C P. 725 ; 3 C. P. D. 393 ; 38 L. T. 

926 ; 26 W. R. 783 166 

Otter, The (1874), L. R. 4 Adm. 203 ; 30 L. T. 43 ; 22 W. R. 557 260 

Oagier r. Jennings (1800), 1 Camp. 505, 506, n. ; 10 R. R. 739, n 766 

Onthwaite r. Luntley (1815), 4 Camp. 179 ; 16 R. R. 771 1194, 1203 

Outram p. Morewood (1803), 3 East, 346 ; 6 T. R. 121 ; 7 R. R. 473. . . .88, 89, 

446, 1110, 1112. 1113, 1114, 1120 
Orerend, Gumey k Co. v. Oriental Finance Corp. (1874), L. R. 7 H. L. 

348; 31 L.T. 322; 21 W. R. 50* ; 42 L. J. Ch. 502 758 

Owen 9. Flack (1826), 2 Sim. & St. 606 620 

Owen r. Warburton (1805), 1 Bos. & P. N. R. 326 ; 8 R. R. 817 616 

Owen V. Wynn (1878), 9 Ch. D. 29 ; 38 L. T. 623 ; 26 W. R. 644. . . .994, 1183 

Owings 9. Wyant (1796), 1 Har. & M»H. 393 296 

Oxford Cizouitcaae (Spring, 1833), 6 C. & P. 542, n 18S 



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CXXXVlll TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

piai 
Oxford, WoToester, and Wolverhampton Ry. Go. «. Scadamore (1857), 1 
H.&N. 666 474 



Paobt r. liond. Tramways Co. (1877), 46 L. J. Ex. 440, n., 698 1186 

Pacific St. Nav. Co. v, Lewis (1847), 16 M. & W. 792 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 212 ; 

4 Dowl. & L. 681 187, 190 

Packard v. Richaidflon (1821), 17 Mass. 122 669 

Paddock v, Forrester (1842), 2 Scott, N. R. 734 ; 3 M. & Or. 903 506, 514 

Paddon v. Winch (1870), 39 L. J. Ch. 627 : L. R. 9 Eq. 666 ; 22 L. T. 403 608 

Padgett V. liawrenoe (1843), 10 Paige, 180 614 

Page f . Carew (1831), 1 C. & J. 514 817 

Page r. Fauoet (1591), Cro. Eliz. 227 16. 20 

Page V, Romans (1837), 2 Shepl. 478 1221 

Pain V, Beeston (1830), 1 M. & Rob. 20 964 

Paine & Lajton, Ex parte, (1869), 4 Ch. App. 215 ; 38 L. J. Ch. 305. .321, 845 

Paine v. HaU (1812), 18 Ves. 475 140 

Fame v. M'Intier (1804), 1 Mass. 69 ; 10 Mass. 461 759 

Paine 9. Strand Union (1846), 8 Q.B. 326; 15L.J. M. C. 89; 10 Jnr. 308.. 639, 642 

Painters. Abel (1862), 3 F. & F. 618 529 

Palermo. The (1883), 9 P..D. 6 ; 53 L. J. P. D. & A. 6 1186 

Palethorpi;. Furnish (1783), 2 Esp. 511, n 504 

PaUikelagatha Marcar «. Sigg (1880), L. R. 7 Ind. App. 83, 100 740 

Palmer v. Maclear (1858). 1 S. & T. 149 929 

Palmert7.NewhaU(1855),30BeaY.32: 8DeG.M.&G.74; 24 L. J. Ch. 424.. 806,807 

Palmer r. Pahner (1886), 18 L. R. Ir. 192 4, 419, 420 

Panton r. HoUand (1819), 17 Johns. 92 201 

Pantont;. Williams (1841),2Q.B. 192; ia.&D.504; lOL. J.Ex.Ch.545..25, 30 
Papendick r. Bridgwater (1855), 5 E. & B. 166; 24 L. J. Q. B. 289 ; 1 Jnr. 

N. S. 657 444, 446, 611 

Pardington v. South Wales Ry. Co. (1856), 1 H. & N. 392 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 105 723 

Pardee ». O'Connor (1848), 12 Ir. L. R. 63 521 

Pardee r. Price (1844). 13 M. & W. 267 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 212 302 

Parfitt r. lAwless (1872), 41 L. J. P. & M. 68 ; L. R. 2 P. & D. 462 ; 27 

L. T. 216 ; 21 W. R. 200 180 

Pargeter r. Harris (1845), 7 Q B. 708 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 113 ; 10 Jar. 260.. 93 
Parker, In re, Bentham v, Wilson (1881), 15 Ch. D. 628 ; 17 Ch. D. 262; 

50 L. J. Ch. 639 ; 44L. T. 885; 29 W. R. 856 145 

Parker v. Carter (1818), 4 Munf. 273 598 

Parker r. Gordon (1808). 7 East, 385 ; 3 Smith, 358 ; 6 Esp. 41 ; 8 R. R. 646 33 

Parker v. Hoekins (1810), 2 Taun. 223 328, 1214 

Parker v, Ibbetson (1858), 4 C. B. N. S. 348 ; 27 L. J. C. P. 236 ; 4 Jar. 

N. S. 586 153,768 

Parker v, M'Kenna (1874), 43 L. J. Ch. 802 ; 30 L. T. 807 324 

Parkerv. M'William(1830), 6Bing. 683; 4 M. & P. 480 918 

Parker «. HorreU (1848), 2 Phill. 453 495 

Parkers. Palmer (1821), 4 B. & Aid. 387 37 

Parkers. Potts (1816), 3 Dow, 23; 15 R. R. 1 176 

Parker«.Staniland (1809), 11 East, 362; 10 R. R. 521 686 

Parker v, Taswell (1858), 2 De G. & J. 559 ; 27 L. J. Ch. 812 649 

Parker r. Wallis (1855), 5 E. & B. 21 689 

Parker f». Wells (1881),18 Ch. D. 477; 45 L. T. 517 ; 30 W. R. 392 1189 

Parker •. Yates (1827), 12 Moore, C. P. 520 603 

Parkhorst «. Lowten (1816), 1 Mer. 401 ; 2 Swanst. 194 ; 15 R. R. 140 . . 960, 

961, 962, 965, 967, 968, 969 

Parkhorst 9. Van Cortlandt (1814), 1 Johns. 280 673 

Parkin v. Moon (1836), 7 C. & P. 409 921, 944 

Parkins v. Hawkshaw (1817), 2 Stark. R. 239 ; 19 R. R. 711 506, 599 

Parkinson r. Lee (1802), 2 East, 314 ; 6 R. R. 429 776 

Parkinson p. Townsend (1875), 44 L. J. P. & M. 32 ; 83 L. T. 232 ; 23 W. 

R. 656 1132 

Parmenter f>. Webber (1818), 8 Taun. 593 656 

Parmiter «. Coupland (1840), 6 M. & W. 107, 108 ; 4 Jur. 701 45, 46 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXXXIX 

vAon 
Fumiter «. Parmiter (1860), I J. & H. 135 ; 3 De G. F. & J. 461 ; 30 L. J. 

Ch. 608 ; 8 L. T. 799 712 

PtaneUv. Wood, (1892)P. 137; 66L. T. 670; 40W. R. 664 1062 

Pfcrr, Re (I860). 29 L. J. P. & M. 70 708 

Parr (or Bocwortii) v. Cotohett (1824), 1 Ph. Ev. 333 ; 3 St. Ev. 824 .... 461 

Parrott r. Watte (1877), 47 L. J. C. P. 79 ; 37 L. T. 765 377 

Panyv. FairhiiT8t(1835),2C. M. ft R. 196 187, 190, 194 

Ptery •. May (1833), 1 M. & Rob. 279; 6 Tyr. 685 311 

Parry i;. Nioholaon (1846), 13 M. ft W. 779 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 119; 2 Dowl. 

ft L. 640 1 192 

Pkrsoos V. Brown (1852), 3 C. ft K. 296 284 

Panons v. Hanoook (1829), M. ft M. 330 563 

Panona v. Haywaid (1862), 31 L. J. Ch. 666 ; 4 Do G. F. ft J. 474 ; 8 Jnr. 

1^ 8 924 169 

Panonar. ixIydVimj/swiiB.' 341* !!!!!!!!.'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!! 83 

Panona V. PuroeU (1849), 12 Ir. L. R. 90 292 

Pareona r. Sexton (1847), 4 C. B. 908 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 181 777 

Pkrteriohe r. Powlet (1742), 2 Atk. 383 743 

Parton r. Cole (1842), 6 Jur. 370 286, 287 

Parton v. Ciofta (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. U ; 33 L. J. C. P. 189 ; 10 L. T. 

34 ; 1 2 W. R. 653 297 

Partridge 9. Coatee (1824). Ry. ft M. 166 ; 1 C. ft P. 634 311 

Partridge 1^. Soott (1838). 3 M. ft W. 220 ; 1 H. ft H. 31 114,116 

Partridge r. Ueborne (1828), 5 Ruee. 196 1123 

Paske r. Ollat (1816), 2 Phillim. 324 140 

Paeley r. Freeman (1789), 3 T. R. 61 ; 2 Sm. L. C. 74 ; 1 R. R. 634 .... 718 
Pater r. Baker (1847), 3 C. B. 831 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 124 ; 11 Jur. 370 .... 189 
Pateraon v, Gandaeequi (1812), 16 Eaet, 62 ; 2 Sm. L. C. 378 ; 13 R. R. 368 . . 758 

Patereonv. Hardaore (1811), 4 Tuun. 114 262 

Paton r. Shepx>ard (1839), 10 Sim. 186 146 

Patrick V. Shedden (1853), 2 E. ft B. 14 1163 

Patrickeon v. Patriokaon (1865), 35 L. J. P. & M. 48 ; L. R. 1 P. ft D. 86; 

12 Jur. N. S. 30 ; 13 L. T. 667 ; 14 W. R. 212 150 

Patten r. Poulton (1868), 1 S. ft T. 55 ; 4 Jar. N. S. 341 ; 27 L. J. P. 41 . . 143 

Patterson v. Becher (1821), 6 Moore, C. P. 319 621 

Pktterwmfr. Black (1780), cited 2 Park, Ine. 919, 920 173 

Pattinaon v. Lnckley (1875), L. R. 10 Ex. 330 ; 44 L. J. Ex. 180; 33 L. T. 

360; 24W.R.224 1197 

Pattonr. Aeh (1821), 7 Serg. &R.116,125 164 

VhtUmv. Goldeborough (1822), 9 Serg. ft R. 47 614 

Panlr. Cleaver (1810), 2 Taun. 360; 11 R. R. 608 732 

Panlr. Meek (1828), 2 Y. ft J. 116 300 

Paul 9. Roy (1852), 21 L. J. Ch. 361 ; 15 Beav. 433 1163 

Painling V. liondon ft North Weetem Ry. Co. (1863), 8 Ex. 867 ; 23 L. J. 

Ex. 106; 7Railw. Cae. 816 641, 644, 647 

PkuUr. Simpson (1846), 9 Q. B. 366; 15 L. J. Q. B. 382 663 

Paweey 9. Armstrong (1881), 18Ch.D.698; 50 L. J. Ch. 683 ; 30W.R.469. 159 

Paxtam r. Douglae (1809), 16 Yes. 242 970 

Pkxtonv. Douglas (1812), 19 Yes. 226; 12 R. R. 176 961, 962 

Paxton 9. Popham (1814), 9 East, 419 91, 746 

Pkyne «. Barker (1659), Bridff. 18, 23, 26 6, 83 

Payne r. Ibboteon (1869), 27 Ij. J. Ex. 341 926, 927 

Payne r. Rogers (1785), 1 Doug. 407 487 

Payne v. Wilson (^1895), 16 R. (April) 276 ; (1896) 1 Q. B. 663 ; 64 L. J. 

Q.B. 328; 72 L. T. 110; 43 W. R. 260 Add. [116] 

Peaceable 9. Watson (1811), 4 Taun. 16 ; 13 R. R. 652 444,446 

Peacham's case (1615), 2 How. St. Tr. 870 573 

Peacock's Estate, Re (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 236 806 

Peacock v. Bell (1667), 1 Wms. Saunders, 76 20, 88 

Peacock v. Harper (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 238 ; 7 Ch. D. 648 ; 38 L. T. 143 ; 

26W. R. 109 274 

Peacock 9. Hazris (1808), 10 East, 104; 10 R. R. 231 619 

Peacock r. Harris (1836), 6 A. ft E. 449 619 

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Cxl TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

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Peacock V. Monk (1748), 1 Yes. sen. 128  748 

Peacock r. Peacock (1809), 16 Ves. 49, 56; 10 R. R. 138 160 

Peacock r. Peacock (1869), 1 Sw. & Tr. 183; 27 L. J. Mat. 71 ,.. 48 

Pearoer. Hooper (1810), 3 Taun. 60 1211 

Pearce c. Morrioe \lSZ2), 3 B. & Ad. 396 ; 4 L. J. K. B. 21 ; 4N. & M. 48 300 

Pearce v. Omsby (1836), 1 M. & Rob. 466 244 

Peardonf7. Underbill (1860), 16Q. B. 120; 20L. J.Q. B. 133; 16Jur.466.. 234 
Peam, Re (1876), 45 L. J. P. D. & A. 31 ; 1 P. D. 70 ; 33 L. T. 705; 

24 W. R. 143 698 

Pears v. Laing (1871), 40 L. J. Ob. 226 ; L. R. 12 Eq. 41 ; 24 L. T. 19 ; 

19 W. R. 663 449, 720 

Pearse v, Coaker (1869), L. R. 4 Ex. 92 ; 38 L. J. Ex. 82 ; 20 L. T. 82 . . 1119 

Pearse v. Grove (1747), 3 Atk. 623 637 

Pearse v. PearBeh846), 1 Dea.&Sm.26; 16L. J. Ch. 163..692, 693, 694, 601, 602 
Pearson v. Att.-Gren. {see Re Perton). 

Pearson v. Fletober (1803), 6 Esp. 90 698 

Pearson r. Islen (1781), 2 Doug. 666 834 

Pearson r. Le Maitre (1843), 6 Scott, N. R. 607 ; 6 M. & Gr. 700 ; 12 L. J. 

Q. B, 263 ; 7 Jur. 748 243, 244, 245 

Pearson v. Pearson (1872), 40 L. J. P. & M. 63 ; L. R. 2P. & B. 461 ; 24 

Li T 917* 19^^ R 1014 698 

Pearsons. Pearson (1884), 27 Cb. D. 149 ; 64 l/j. (i. 37 ; V2W^^ 764 
Pearson v. Scott (1878), 47 L. J. Cb. 706; 9 Cb. D. 198 ; 38 L. T. 747 ; 

26 W. R. 796 167 

Pearson v. Sbaw (1844), 7 Ir. L. R. 1 , . 16 

Pearsons. Spencer (1863), 3 B. & S. 761; 8 L. T. 166; 11 W. R.471.... 116 

Pearsons* Re (1864), 33 L. J. P. & M. 177 697 

Pease i;. Wells (1840), 8 Dowl. 626 732 

Peck, Re (1860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 96 ; 2 S. & T. 606 173 

Peck r. Peck (1870), 21 L. T. 670; 18 W. R. 296 929, 960 

Peckbamr. Potter (1824), 1 C. & P. 232 611 

Pedler v. Paige (1833), 1 M. & Rob. 258 1209 

Pedley v, Dodds (1866), L. R. 2 £q. 819 ; 14 L. T. 823 ; 14 W. R. 884 . . 803 

Pedley v. Wellesley (1829), 3 C. & P. 668 891 

Peek V. Nortb Stafford Rj. Co. (1849, sbould be 1860), 29 L. J. Q. B. 97 ; 

86 L. T. O. S. 407 ; 8 W. R. 364 676 

Peek V. Nortb Stafford Ry. Co. (1858), 27 L. J. Q. B. 469 ; E. B. & E. 968.. 766 

Peek V, Nortb Stafford Ry. Co. (1863), 10 H. L. Gas. 473 ; 32 L. J. Q. B. 241 723 

Peel*s case {see Re Bamea's Banking Co.). 

Peel, Re (1870), L. R. 2 P. & D. 46 ; 39 L. J. P. A M. 36 ; 22 L. T. 417. . 789 

Peerle>B, Tbe {see Prowse v. European, &c. Sbipping Co.). 

Peirce v. Corf (1874), L. R. 9 Q. B. 210 ; 43 L. J. Q. B. 62 ; 29 L. T. 919 ; 

22 W. R. 299 673, 730 

Peiscb V, Dixon (1816), 1 Mason, 11 763 

Pejepsoot Prop's r. Ransom (1817), 14 Mass. 145 122 

Pelbam V. Pickersgai(1787), IT. R. 660; 1 R. R. 348 124 

Pell r. Daubeny (I860), 3 Ex. 966 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 44 820 

Pelletreau v, Jackson (1833), 11 Wend. 117 88 

Pembroke, Lady, Re (1856), Deane, Eoc. R. 182 ; 20 Jur. 626 701 

Pender v, Fobee (1838), 1 Dev. & B. 260 767 

Pendleton r. Rootb (1859), 1 Giff. 46 ; 29 L. J. Cb. 266 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 840 497 

Pendrell f>. Pendrell (1731), 2 Stx. 924 417 

Penfold V. Abbott (1863), 32 L. J. Q. B. 67 ; 7 L. T. 384 ; 11 W. R. 169 ; 

9 Jur. N. S. 617 778 

Penn r.Bibby (1867), 36 L. J. Cb. 466 ; L. R. 2 Cb. 127 ; 16 L. T. 399; 

16 W. R. 208 1232 

Penn v. Jack (1866), L. R. 2 Eq. 314 ; 14 W. R. 760 ; 14 L. T. 495 272 

Pennefather v. Pennefatber (1872), Ir. 6 Eq. 171 172 

Pennellr. Meyer (1838), 2 M. & Rob. 98 ; 8 C. & P. 470 481 

Pennimanr. Hill (1875), 24 W. R. 245 917 

Penny r. Watts (1848-50), 2 De G. & Sm. 601 971 

Pennoe v. Williams (1883), 23 Cb. D. 363 ; 62 L. J. Cb. 693 ; 48 L. T. 

868; 31W.R.496 1188 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED, Cxli 

pAoa 

Penniddook 9. Hammond (1847), 11 Beav. 69 601 

Pentregroinea Coal Co., Re (1862), 4 De G. F. & J. 611 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 741 ; 

7 L. T. 84 ; 10 W. R. 666 ; 8 Jur. N. 8. 706 681 

People, The, v. Holhrook (1816), 13 Johns. 90 289 

People, The, «. Mather (1830), 4 Wend. 229, 252--2d4 . .962, 964, 966, 968, 972 

People, The, r. Matteson (1827), 2 Cowen, 433, 673, n 903 

People, The, ex. rel. Ordronaux r. Chegaray (1836), 18 Wend. 642 893 

People r. Bill (1313), 10 Johns. 96 883 

People V. Cannon (1893), 86 Am. St. R. 689 Add. [70' 

People V. Carlton (1894), 40 Am. St. R. 346 Add. [68] 

People V. Whipple (1827), 9 Cowen, 707 63f 

Perohard r. Tindall (1795), 1 Esp. 394 509 

Peroival v. Canej (1861), 4 De G. & Sm. 623 480 

Penival tf. Naneon (1851), 7 Ex. 3 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 1 436, 440, 468 

Perfect r. Lane (1861), 3 De G. F. & J. 369 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 489 ; 6 L. T. 8 ; 

lOW.R. 197; 30Beav. 187; 8 Jur. N. 8. 647 137 

Perigal r. Nicholson (1810), Wightw. 63 447 

Perkins v. Bradley (1842), 1 Hare, 219 ; 6 Jur. 254 135 

Perkins v. Vanehan (1842), 4 M. & Gr. 988 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 881 ; 12 L. J. 

C.P. 38; 6 Jur. 1114 243, 144 

Perring v. Hone (1826), 4 Bing. 28 ; 12 Moore, C. P. 13c ; 2 C. & P. 401 . . 1194 

Perry r. Davis (186S), 3 C. B. N. 8. 769 624 

Perry r. Fisher (1846), Spring Assize, Surrey, 1846 194 

Perry v, Fitzhowe (1846), 8 Q. B. 757, 778 : 15 L. J. Q. B. 239 ; 10 Jur. 799 . . 638 

Pbrry v. Gibaon (1834), 1 A. & E. 48 ; 3 N. & M. 462 942 

Perry 9. Meadowcroft (1846), 10 Beav. 122 1103, 1104, 1132 

Perry v. Phosphor Bronze Co. (1894), 71 L. T. 854 1062 

Perry r. Smith (1842), 9 M. &W. 682; 11 L. J. Ex. 269 602,603 

Perryr. Watts (1842), 3M & Gr. 776 ; 11 L. J. C. P. 97 192 

Persae v, Persse (1856), 6 H. L. Cas. 671 867 

Perth Peerage (1846-8), 2 H. L. Cas. 265 403, 425, 1048 

Perton, Re, Pearson r. Att.-Gen. (1885), 63 L. T. 707 413, 415, 421, 435 

Peruvian Ry. Co. r. Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co. (1867), L. R. 

2 Ch. 617 ; 86 L. J. Ch. 864 ; 16 W. R. 1002 648 

Fetch V, Lyon (1846), 9 Q. B. 147 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 393 506 

PetchelL Re (1874), 43 L. J. P. & M. 22 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 163 ; 30 L. T. 

74 * 22 T'^. R. 353 i 704 

Peterr. Compton (1693), Skin. 363; VSm. L.C.'sm' ..!!!!!! !!.'...!!!! 682 

Pet^mv. Brown (1801), 4 Esp. 46 713 

Petew r. Flemmg (1840), 6 M. & W. 42 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 81 48, 49 

Petersfield case (1833), Cock. & Arm. 34 ; Perry & K. 49 497 

Petherbridge r. Ash (1846), 4 C. B. 74 ; 1 Lutw. Reg. Cas. 607 ; 10 Jur. 950 726 

Petherick v. Turner (1802), cited 1 Taun. 105 ; 9 R. R. 712 386, 496 

Peto V. Hague (1804), 6 Esp. 134 ; 1 Smith. 417 388 

Petrie r. Nuttall (1855), 11 Ex. 569 ; 25 L. J. Ex. 200 95, 406, 1116 

Petty r. Anderson (1826), 3 Bing. 170 604 

Petty tr. Styward (1632), 1 Eq. Cas. Abr. 290 ; 1 Ch. Rep. 67 139 

Peyton r. M^Dermott (1837), 1 Dr. & Wal. 198 297 

Phayre, Lessee of, o. Fahy (1832), Hayes & Jon. 128 47 

Phelan v. BUttery (1887), 19 L R. Ir. 177 793 

Phelps r. Foot (1816), 1 Conn. 387 372 

Phelps <^. Prow (1864), 3 £. & B. 430 ; 2 C. L. R. 1422 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 140 ; 

18 Jnr 249 321 

Phen^'s Trusts (1869),^. R. 6 Ch.' App.' 139 ; 39 L. J. Ch! 316*;' 22 L. T. 

Ill; 18 W. R. 303 172 

Phen^ 9. Popplewell (1862), 31 L. J. C. P. 235 ; 12 C. B. N. 8. 334 ; 

6 L T. 247 ; 10 W. R. 623 ; 8 Jnr. N. 8. 1104 630 

Fhenixr. Ingraham (1809). 6 Johns. 412 614 

Philadelphia and Trenton Ry. Co. r. Stimpaoa (1840), 14 Pet. 448 945 

Philimorer. Barry (1808), 1 Camp. 513; 10 R. R. 742 672 

Philips V. Hunter (1795), 2 H. Bl. 402 ; 4 T. R. 182 ; 2 R. R 353 . .1162, 1155 
Philips 9. FhUips (1878), 48 L. J. Q. B. 135; 4 Q. B. D. 127 ; 39 L. T. 

566; 27 W. R. 436 187, 220 

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pxaB 

Phaipaon 9. Chase (1809), 2 Camp. Ill 316 

PhilipBon V. Earl of Egremont (1844), 6 Q. B. 605 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 25; 

8 Jut. 1164 1132 

Phillips V. Barker (1864), 23 L. J. Ch. 44 ; 1 Sm. & G. 583 •. . . 788 

Phillips r. Berriok (1819), 16 Johns. 136 1123 

Phillips «. BistoUi (1824), 2 B. & C. 514 : 3 Dowl. & R. 822 689 

Phillips r. Briaid (1856), 25 L. J. Ex. 233 ; 1 H. & N. 21 765 

Phillips^. Bury(1788), 2T. R. 346 1103 

PhilUps V. Clagett (1843), 11 M. & W. 84 ; 2 Dowl. 1004 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 276 492 
PhUlips V. Cole (1839), 10 A. & E. 106 ; 2 P. & D. 289 ; 4 Jur. 83. .436, 444, 512 

PhilHps V. Earner (1795), 1 Esp. 357 942 

PhilUps V. Evans (1843), 12 M. & W. 309 ; 1 D. & L. 463 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 80.. 1160 
PhilUps V. Gibbs (1846), 4 Dowl. & L. 275 ; 16 M. & W. 208 ; 16 L. J. 

Ex.48 788 

PhUUps V. Hall (1832), 8 Wend. 610 544 

PhilUps V. HalUdav, (1891) A. C. 361 ; 64 L. T. 745 ; 65 J. P. 741 121 

PhiUips V, Henson (1877), 3 C. P. D. 26 ; 47 L. J. C. P. 273 ; 37 L. T. 432; 

26 W. R. 214 728 

PhiUipe V. Im Thum (1866). 18 C. B. N. S. 400, 694 ; 35 L. J. C. P. 220 ; 

L. K. IC. P. 463; IH. &R. 499 648 

PhiUips r. Irving (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 326; 8 Scott, N. R. 3; 13 L. J. 

Cp; 146. ...:.. 88 

Phillips r. Kingfield (1841), 1 Applet. 376 972 

PhUlipe V, MuUings (1871), L. R. 7 Ch. 244 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 211 ; 20 W. R. 

29 137, 139 

PhiUips r. PhiUips (1864), 34 Beav. 19 806 

PhUUps t^. Pound (1852), 7 Ex. 881 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 277 ; 16 Jur. 645 865 

PhUlips V, Ward (1863), 16 C. B. N. S. 717 ; 33 L. J. Ex. 7 ; 9 L. T 345; 

12 W. R. 106; 9 Jur. N. S. 1182 1116 

PhUlips V, Winbum (1830), 4 C. & P. 273 679 

PhUUpson V. Hayter (1870), 40 L. J. C. P. 14 ; L. R. 6 C. P. 38 ; 23 L. T. 

656 ; 19 W. R. 130 166 

PhUlpotts V. PhiUpotts (1851), 10 C. B. 85 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 11 90 

Phipps*. Hale (1874), L. R. 3 P. & D. 166 700 

Phipps V, Parker (1808) 1 Camp. 412 1209 

Pickard r. Seara (1837), 6 A. & E. 174 537,642 

Pickerings. Appleby (1720-1), Com. R. 354 685 

Pickering v. Dowson (1813), 4 Taun. 779 : 757 

Pickering v. Noyes (1823), 1 B. & C. 263 ; 2 D. & R. 386 321, 969 

Pickett 9. Packham( 1869), L.R. 4 Ch. App. 190 169 

Pickford v. Gutoh (1787), 8 T. R. 305, n. (a) 161 

Pickup 9. Thames ins. Co. (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 604 ; 47 L. J. Q. B. 749 ; 

39L. T. 841; 26 W. R. 689 176 

Kcton's case (1806), 30 How. St. Tr. 498 1098, 1179 

Pieroy's case (1682), T. Jones, R. 164 1179 

Piers r. Piers (1849), 2 H. L. C. 331; 13 Jur. 569 149 

Pierson v, Hutchinson (1809), 2 Camp. 211 ; 6 Esp. 126 307 

Piggr. Clarke (1876), 46 L. J. Ch. 849 ; 3 Ch. D. 672 ; 24 W. R. 1014 .. 146 

Piggott r. Green (1833), 6 Sim. 72 144 

Pigot's case (1614), 11 Co. Rep. 27 1193, 1200, 1201 

Pigot V, Cubley (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. 701 ; 33 L. J. C. P. 134 ; 9 L. T. 

804; 12W.R.467; 10 Jur. N. S. 318 781 

Figottv. HoUoway (1808), 1 Binn. 436 927 

Pike's case (1829), 8 C. & P. 598 898 

Pike 9. Ongley (1887), 18 Q. B. D. 708 ; 56 L. J. Q. B. 373 ; 35 W. R. 

684 769 

PUgrim, Be (1836), 8 A. & B. 485 ; 4 Dowl. 89 ; 4 L. J. M. C. 120. . . .838, 842 
Pilgrim v, Southampton & Dorchester Ry. Co. (1836), 18 L; J. C. P. 330 ; 

8 0. B. 26 476 

BUdngton r. RUey (1849), 6 Dowl. &L. 628 ; 3 Ex. 739 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 323 228 
PUlap V, Llynvi Coal Co. (1869), L. R. 4 0. P. 762 ; 38 L. J. 0. P. 294 ; 

20L.T.923; 17 W. R. 1123 728 

PilsworUi «. Mosse (1862), 14 Ir. Ch. R. 163 704 

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Ffanv. Gmrell (1840), 6 M. &W. 234 393, 397, 404, 405, 406, liU9 

Finches v. Harvey (1841), 1 Q. B. 869 ; 1 G. & D. 236; 10 L. J. Q. B. 316.. 734 

Rnney v. Jonea (1894), 42 Am. St. B. 209 Add. [376J 

Finney V. Pinney (1828), 8 fi. & C. 335 1046 

Fipe V. Fulcher (1858), 28 L. J. Q. B. 12 ; 1 E. ft E. Ill 403 

Hper V. GhappeU (1845), 14M. ft W. 649; 9 Jur. 601 7 

Fitoher r. Kini^ (1845). 2 Dowl. ft L. 765 816, 816 

Fitnuwr. Maddoz (1698), 2 Salk. 690; 2 Ld. Raym. 732 464 

Pitman v. Woodbury (1848), 3 Ex. 4 676 

Fittr. Chappelow (1841), 8 M. & W. 616 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 487 646 

Pitt w. Coomes (1834), 6 B. & Ad. 1078 ; 3 N. & M. 212 867 

Pitt 9. Shew (1821), 4 B. ft Aid. 206 37 

Pittonr. Walter (1718), 1 Str. 162 1031,1034,1167 

Pitto r. Beckett (1845), 13 M. & W. 746; 14 L. J. Ex. 358 297 

Pizano, The (1817), 2 Wheat. 227, 241, 242, n. (*) 102, 108 

Placker r. Gonsalua (1816), 1 Serg. & R. 526 514 

Plan(^6 (Packer) v, Braham (1837), 8 C. & P. 68 ; 6 Scott, 242 ; 4 Bing. 

N. C. 17 ; 3 Hodges, 288 ; 1 Jnr. 823 60 

Plant V. M*£wen (1823), 4 Conn. 544 495 

Plant r. Tiiylor (1863), 7 H. & N. 211 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 289 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 140 127 

416, 418 
Piatt V. Att.-Gen. of N. S. Wales (1878), 3 App. Cas. 336 ; 47 L. J. P. C. 

26 ; 38 L. T. 74 ; 26 W. R. 616 179 

Plaxton V. Dare (1829), 10 B. ft 0. 17 ; 6 M. & R. 1 305, 396, 403 

Playne v. Scriven (1849), 7 Notes of Gas. (Ecc. ft Mar.) 122 ; 1 Roberts. 772 694 

Pleoty 1^. West (1845), 1 Roberts. 264 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 185 704 

Plevins v. Downing (1876), 1 C. P. D. 220 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 695 ; 35 L. T. 263 752 

Plimmer r. Sells (1834), 3 N. ft M. 422 504 

Plowes V. Bossey (1862), 2 Dr. ft Sm. 145 ; 31 L. J. Ch. 6S1 ; 10 W. R. 

832 ; 8 Jur. N. 8. 362 101, 621 

Plnmerv. BriiMX>(1847),llQ. B. 46 ; 17 L. J. Q.B. 168; 12 Jur. 351.. 148, 1213 
Plnmmer v. Woodbume (1825), 4 B. ft C. 625 ; 7 Dowl. ft R. 25 . . . .1142, 1 152 

Plnnkett's Estate. Re (1861), 11 Ir. Ch. R. 361 793 

Plunkett*. Cobbett (1804), 5 Esp. 136 243, 617 

Pooook 9, BilHng (1824), 2 Bing. 269 513 

Pocock V. Pickering (1862), 18 Q. B. 789 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 365 733 

Pbdmore «. Whatton (1864), 3 S. ft T. 419 ; 33 L. J. P. 143 ; 10 L. T. 

764 ; 13 W. R. 106 143, 307 

PogHon 9. Thomas (1840), 6 Bing. N. C. 337 803 

Polden V. Bastaxd (1866), 4 B. ft S. 268 ; 8 L. T. 636 ; 11 W. R. 778 ; 7 

B. &S. 130; 13L. T. 441 116 

Pble 9. Leask (1861), 33 L. J. Ch. 165 638 

Pole 9. Rogers (1840), 2 M. ft Rob. 287 269 

Polini 9. Gray (1881), 12 Ch. D. 411 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 41 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 86 ; 

6 App. Gas. 623 ; 43 L. T. 209 ; 29 W. R. 217 ; 44 L. J. 812 458, 1092 

Ptollaok 9, Pollack (1861), 80 L. J. P. ft M. 183 ; 2 S. ft T. 310 ; 4 L. T. 

N. 8. 479 348 

PbUaidv. BeU(1800), 8 T. R. 43( ; 6 R. R. 404 1147, 1149 

Pollaid V. Scott (1790), Pea. R. 19 404, 1168 

Fbllock V. PoUock (1874), L. R. 18 £q. 329 ; 22 W. R. 724 ; 30 L. T. 779 ; 

44 L. J. Ch. 168 1 39 

PoUock 9, StaUes (1848), 12 Q. B. 766 ; 6 RaUw. Cas. 352 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 

S62 : 12 Jur. 1043 167, 168 

Pdlock r. Stacy (1847), 9 Q. B. 1033 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 133 ; 11 Jur. 267 . . 666 

PoUokr. M'Alpin (1861), 7 Moo. P. G. C. 427 178 

Pbmeroy v. Baddeley (1826), Ry. ft M. 430 918 

Ponsfofd «. Swaine (1861), 1 J. ft H. 433; 4 L. T. 16 612 

Pontefraot, Ex parte (1843), 3 Q. B. 391 ; 7 Jur. 10H6 1139 

Ptatifex 9. Bignold 0841), 3 M. ft Gr. 63 ; 3 Scott, N. R. 390 ; 9 Dowl. 

P.C.860; 10 L. J. C. P. 269 82 

Pool 9. Bridges (1826), 4 Pick. 379 376 

Pbols 9. Dicas (1836), 1 Bmg. N. C. 663 ; 2 L. J. C. P. 47 ; 1 Sc. 600. .453, 454, 

467, 458, 459, 460 

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Cxliv TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAOiE 

Poole r. Gould (1856), 26 L. J. Ex. 260 ; 1 H. & N. 99 878 

Poole i;. Grifath (1866), 15 Ir. C. L. R. 239 1168 

Poole r. Hobbe (1839), 8 Dowl. 113 788 

Pooler. Huskineon (1843), 11 M. & W. 827 124 

Poole r. Palmer (1842). Car. & M. 69 474 

Poole f . Richardson (1807), 3 Maas. 330 931 

Poole V. Warren (1838), 8 A. & E. 588 ; 3 N. & P. 693 1210 

Pooley V. Driver (1876), 6 Ch. D. 458 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 466 ; 36 L. T. 79 ; 25 

W. R. 162 169 

Pooley V, Goodwin (1836), 4 A. & E. 94 ; 6 N. & M. 466 138 

Poolej V, Harradine (1857), 7 E. & B. 431 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 156 ; 5 W. R. 

406 ; 8 Jur. N. 8. 488 758 

Pope V. Andrews (1840), 9 C. & P. 564 606 

Pope V, Askew (1840). 1 Iredell, 16 1221 

Popla, Re, Ex parte Baker (1889), 40 Ch. D. 689 ; 68 L. J. Ch. 872 ; 60 

t. T. 668; 87 W.R. 554 172 

Porter's Trusts, Re (1865), 26 L. J. Ch. 688 : 2 Jur. N. S. 849 1054 

Porter, Re, Pearson v. Att.-Gen. (1886), 53 L. T. 707 421 

Porter v. Cooper (1834), 6 C. & P. 854 lOSI 

Porter v, Weston (1839), 6 Ring. N. C. 716 ; 8 Scott, 26 ; 3 Jur. 607 .... 110 
Portland, D. of, v. Hill (1866), L. R. 2 Eq. 765 ; 35 L. J. Ch. 439 ; 12 Jur. 

N.S.286; 15 W. R. 38 402 

Portmore, Ld. v, Taylor (1831), 4 Sim. 182 ; 9 L. J. Ch. 203 137 

Postlethwaite v. Freeland (1880), 5 App. Cas. 599 ; 49 L. J. Ex. 630 ; 42 

L. T. 846 ; 28 W. R. 833 168 

Postlethwaite v, Riokman (1889), 60 L. T. 614 ; 87 W. R. 200 ; 53 J. P. 357. 121 

Potez r. Glossop (1848), 2 Ex. 191 146, 460 

Pothonier v, Dawson (1816), Holt, N. P. R. 383 ; 17 R. R. 647 781 

Pott f>. Eyton (1846). 8 C. B. 82 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 257 169 

Pott V. Todhunter (1845), 2 Coll. 76 748 

Potter v. Baker (1850), 13 Bear. 273 ; 21 L. Ch. 11 ; 16 Beav. 489 144 

Potter V. Deboos (1816), 1 Stark. R. 82 163 

Potter V, Duffield (1874), L. R. 18 Eq. 4 ; 43 L. J. Ch. 472 ; 22 W. R. 585. 671 
Potter V. Nioholson (1841), 8 M. & W. 294 ; 9 Dowl. 808; 10 L. J. Ex. 

311 738 

Potter r. Rankin (1870), L. R. 6 C. P. 518 ; 18 W. R. 868 818 

Potter r. Webb (1829), 6 Greenl. 44 262 

Potts V. Duraat (1796), 3 Anstr. 789, 795 ; 2 Eag. & Y. 432 ; 3 Gwill. 1460 ; 

4 R. R. 864 430 

Potts r. Nixon (1870), 6 Ir. R. C. L. 46 89,92 

Potts «. Smith (1869), 38 L. J. Ch. 68 ; L. R. 6 Eq. 311 ; 18 L. T. 629 ; 

16 W.R. 891 76 

Potts V, Surr (1865), 34 Beav. 643 ; 13 W. R. 909 136 

Poulsum V. Thirrit (1867), L. R. 2 C. P. 449 ; 36 L. J. C. P. 226 ; 16 L. T. 

324; 15W.R.766 227 

Poultney r. Holmes (1783-4), 1 Str. 406 656 

Poulton V, Lond. & S. West. Ry. Co. (1867), L. R. 2 Q. B. 634 ; 86 L. J. 

Q. B. 294; 8 B. & S. 616.., 643 

Pound i;. Wilson (1865), 4 F. & F. 301 9;« 

Pounsett V. Fuller (1866), 17 C. B. 660 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 145 773 

Pountney i^. Clayton (1883), 11 Q. B. D. 820 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 666 ; 49 L. T. 

283; 81 W. R 664; 47 J. P. 788 114 

PoweU, Re (1864), 84 L. J. P. & M. 107 ; 4 S. & T. 34 699 

Powell r. Bradbury (1849), 7 C. B. 201 ; 18 L. J. C. P. 116 ; 13 Jur. 849. 202 

Powellr. Dillon (1814), 2 Ball &B. 420 671 

Powell V. Divett (1812), 16 East, 29 ; 13 R. R. 858 1193,1196 

Powell «. Edmunds (1810), 12 East, 6 ; 13 R. R. 786 757 

Powell ». Ford (1817), 2 Stark. R. 164 1220 

Powell V, Hellioar (1858), 26 Beav. 261 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 266 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 232. 638 

Powell V. Hodgetts (1826), 2 C. & P. 432 386 

Powell v. Jessop (1856), 18 C. B. 336 ; 25 L. J. C. P. 199 683 

Powell ». Layton (1806), 2 Bns. & P. 371 ; 9 R. R. 660 1097 

Powell «. Miibum (1772), 8 WiU. 365, 366 105 

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TABLE OF CAS£S CITED. Cxlv 

PAQS 

P6wen r. Powell (1866), 36 L. J. P. k M. 100 ; L. B. 1 P. & D. 209 ; 14 

L. T. 800 708 

PoweU «7. Smitli (1872), 41 L. J. Gh. 784 ; L. R. 14 £q. 85 ; 20 W. R. 602. 79 

Power V. BeeTes (1864), 10 H. of L. Gas. 645 86 

Power V. jobber (1876), I. R. 10 Ea. 188 830 

Powers V. Baihiint (1880), 49 L. J. Cb. 294 ; 42 L. T. 123 ; 28 W. R. 390. 124 

Powia Barony (1731), cited Craise, Dign. o. 6, 8. 60 1040 

Powis^r. Smith (1822), 5 B. & A. 850; ID. & R. 490 39 

Powysr. Hannfield (1836-7). 3 My. & Gr. 359 ; 7 L. J. Ch. 9 666 

Pntnoer. Sympfton (1854), Kay, 678 710, 711 

Pnudin, Due de, case of, 7 Law Rev. Art. vii 574 

Pratt, £x parte, Re Hayman (1882), 21 Ch. D. 493 ; 52 L. Oh. 120 ; 47 

L.. T. 368 ; 31 W. R. 189 848 

Pratt V, Hanbury (1849), 14 Q. B. 190 ; 19 L J. Q. B. 17; 13 Jur. 1003. . 189 
Pratt V. Piatt (1882), 61 L. J. Ch. 838 ; 47 L. T. 249 ; 30 W. R. 837. .321, 1182, 

1184 

Preeoott V. Baffeiy (1846), 1 G. B. 41 1174 

Prasideiit, The (1804), 5 G. Rob. Adm. 277 179 

Prwion r. Garr (1826), 1 Y. & J. 175 601 

Preston r.Meroean (1775), 2 W.Bl. 1249 743, 757 

Preston v. Peeke (1858), 27 L. J. Q. B. 424 ; K. B. & E. 336 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 

613 84, 1128 

Preftwick v. Poley (1865), 34 L. J. G. P. 189 ; 18 G. B. N. S. 806 ; 12 L. T. 

390; 13W.B.753; llJnr. N. S. 683 608 

Price, Be (1804), 4 East, 587 ; 1 Smith, 284 ; 7 R. R. 637 838, 842 

Price V.Carter (1845), 7 Q. B. 838 732, 734 

Price V. Dewhurst (1838), 8 Sim. 302 1142, 1147, 1161 

Price r. Dyer (1810), 17 Yes. 356 ; 11 R. R. 102 762 

Price V. Hanrood(1811), 8 Gamp. 108 548 

Price V. Hewett (1852), 8 Ex. 146; 17 Jnr. 4 641 

Price 9. HoUis (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 105 499 

Price V. Ley (1863), 4 GifP. 236; 32 L. J. Ch. 630 748 

Price V. Littiewood (1812), 3 Camp. 288 1174 

Price 9. Manning (1889), 42 Gh. D. 372 ; 68 L. J. Gh. 649 ; 61 L. T. 637 ; 
87 W^ R 786 ... ... 921 939 

Price t». PoweU (1868)', 3 H. & N. 341;* 27 L. J. Ex. ioV.V. ...... ..... . . ' 706 

Price V. Price (1852), 1 De G. M. & G. 308 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 63 137 

Price 9. Price (1847), 16 M. & W. 230 ; 4 Dowl. & L. 637 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 99. . 168 

Price 1^. Ramaay (1840), 2 Jebb & Sy. 338 526 

Price «. Richardson (1845), 15 M. ft W. 540 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 345 669 

Price r. Torrington (1703), 1 Salk. 285 ; 2 Ld. Raym. 873 ; 1 Sm. L. G. 352.. 464, 

458 

PriceiF. Woodhouse(1849),8Ex. 616 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 271 407 

Prices. Worwood (1859), 4 H. ft N. 512; 28 L. J. Ex. 329 522 

Price c. Wrijfht (1779), 1 Dougl. 241 696 

Prichaid V. Powdl (1846), 10 Q. B. 689 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 166 39^, 398, 399 

Prideanx v. Bnnnett (1857), 1 C. B. N. S. 613 777 

Prideaax 9. Griddle (1869), L. R. 4 Q. B. 456 ; 38 L. J. Q. B. 232 ; 20 L. T. 

695 ; 10 B. ft 8. 616 32 

PriesUey 9. Fowler (1837), 8 M. ft W. 1 ; H. ft H. 306 ; 1 Jar. 987 778 

Priertman i^. Thomas (1884), 9 P. D. 70 ; 63 L. J. P. D. ft A. 58 ; 32 W. R. 
g42 , 1118 

Prince c.Blackbnrn (1802), 2 East, 260* '...'...!!.!.!.!!!!!!!!.!!!.!!!. 1218 
Prince 9. Samo (1838), 7 A. ft E. 630 ; 7 L.J. Q. B. 123 ; 3 N. ft P. 139. . 480, 

484, 561, 97G 
Prince Peter Oldenburg, Be (1884), 68 L. J. P. D. ft A. 46 ; 9 P. D. 234 ; 

32 W. R. 724 ; 49 J. P. 104 1178 

Prince of Wales Life Ass. Go. «. Harding (1858), 27 L. J. Q. B. 297 ; E. B. 

ft E. 188 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 861 642 

Prinoew Charlotte, The (1863), Brown, ft L. 76 1176 

Princeton, The (1878), 47 L. J. Adm. 33 ; 8 P. D. 90 ; 38 L. T. 260 .... 178 
Frinmp ft E. India Go. v. Dyce Sombre (1832, should be 1856), 10 Moo. 

P. C. C. 286 140, 170,263, J 102 

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Cxlvi TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

PAOV 

Priatwioh v. Foley (1865), 84 L. J. 0. P. 189 ; 18 0. B. N. 8. 806 ; 12 L. T. 

890; 13W. R. 763; 11 Jur. N. S. 683 508 

Fritchard v. Bagrshawe (1851), 11 C. B. 459 ; 20 L. J. 0. P. 161 500 

Pritchardr. Brown (1828). 4 New Hampa. 397 667 

Pritchard v. Draper (1830-31), 1 Rass. & My. 191 386, 495 

Pritchard r. Foulkea (1837), Coop. (C. P.) 14 607 

Pritohard v. Hitchcock (1813), 6 M. & Gr. 165 ; 12 L. J. C. P. 322 . .1096, 1097 

Pritchard r. Walker (1827), 3 C. & P. 212 148, 619 

Pritt V. Fairolougrh (1812), 3 Camp. 305 ; 18 R. R. 811 167, 454 

Proc.-Gen. v, Williams (1861), 31 L. J. P. & M. 167 ; 2 S. & T. 491 ..414, 416 

Proctor V. Jones (1826), 2 C. & P. 532 690 

Proctor r. Lainson (1836), 7 C. & P. 631 329, 496 

Prole V, Wigrgrins (1837). 3 Bing. N. C. 235 ; 3 Scott, 607 ; 2 Hodges, 204. .90, 91 

Prosserv. Gwillim (1843), 1 C. & K. 95 512 

Proaser f. Wagner (1866). 1 0. B. N. S. 289 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 81 1103 

Protector. The (1839), 1 W. Rob. Adm. 45 178 

Proudfoot V. Montefiore (1867), L. R. 2 Q. B. 511 ; 8 B. & S. 510 ; 16 L. T. 

686; 16 W. R. 920; 36 L. J. Q. B. 225 586, 770 

Provis V. Reed (1829), 5 Bing. 436 ; 3 M. & P. 4 977 

Prowse r. The European & American Steam Shipping Co. (1860). 18 Moo. 

P. C. R. 484, sub nom. The Peerless ; Lush. Adm. R. 103 ; 30 L. J. 

Adm. 89 7, 178 

Prudential Ass. Co. v. Edmonds (1877), 2 App. Cas. 487 172 

Prudential Mutual Ass. Co. i;. Curzon (1862). 8 Ex. 97 ; 22 L. J. Ex 85. . 1164 
Pmdham t>. PhiUips (1737), 2 Amb. 763 ; 20 How. St. Tr. 479, 480, n. . . 1106, 

1138 

Prudhomme v. Eraser (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 435 192 

Pruenr. Cox (1845), 2 C. B. 1 ; 15 L. J. C. P. 17; 1 Barr. & Ar. 514.... 726 

Pryorv. Pryor(1860), 29 L. J. P. & M. 114 700 

Pryorr. Swaine (1844), 2 Dowl. & L. 37 732 

Puddephatt, Re (1870), L. R. 2 P. & D. 97 ; 39 L. J. P. & M. 8t 699 

Pugh & Sharman's case (1872). L. R. 13 Eq. 566 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 580 ; 

26L. T. 274 846 

Pughr. Robinson (1786), 1 T. R. 118 19 

Pujolasf;. Holland (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 19 25o 

Pulbrook V. Lawes (1876). 45 L. J. Q. B. 178 ; 1 Q. B. D. 284 ; 34 L. T. 95.. 688 
Pullen V, Snelus (1879), 48 L. J. C. P. 394 ; 40 L. T. 863 ; 27 W. R. 534. . 224 

Pullen r. Whit© (1828), 3 C. * P. 434 278 

Pulley ir. Hilton (1823), 12 Price. 625 1060 

Pulsford V. Richards (1853), 17 Beav. 87 ; 22 L. J. Ch. 559 539 

Purcell V. Macnamara (1808), 1 Camp. 200 ; 9 East, 167, 361 ; 9 R. R. 578..1013, 

1096 

FurdoniF. Ld. Longford (1877), 11 Ir. R. C. L. 267 48 

Purdon r. Purdon (1842), 10 M. & W. 662 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 8 716 

Putnam r. Lewis (1811). 8 Johns. 389 552 

Vjev. Butterfield (1866). 34 L. J. Q.B. 17; 6 B. & S. 829 960 

Pyeri>. Carter (1856), 1 H. &N. 916; 26 L. J. Ex. 258 116 

Fyke v. Crouch (1696). 1 Ld. Raym. 730 324, 328, 1113 

Pym r. Campbell (1856), 26 L. J. Q. B. 277; 6 E.&B. 370; 27L.T. 122; 

4W.R.628; 20 Jur. 641 746 

Pymr. Lookyer (1840), 5 My. &Cr. 29; 10 L. J. Ch. 168 806 

Pyne, Re (1843), 1 Dowl. &L. 703; 13 L. J. Q. B. 37 816 

QuASTEBicAN V, Cox (1837), 8 C. & P. 97 910 

Quartz Hill Co.. Re, Ex parte Young (1882), 21 Ch. D. 642 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 

940; 31 W. R. 173 912, 942 

Quebec Marine Ins. Co. v. Commer. Bk. of Canada (1870), L.R. 8F.C. 284 ; 

39 L. J. P. C. 53 770 

Queen, The (1869), L. R. 2 Adm. 354 ; 38 L. J. Adm. 39 ; 4 Moo. P. C. 0. 

N. S. 336 177 

Queen, The. v, FlaveU (1884), 14 Q. B. D. 864 ; 62 L. T. 138 ; 33 W. B. 

343; 49 J. P. 406 595 

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TABLE OP CASES CITED. Cxlvii 

PAoa 
Queen's, The, oaae (1820), 2 B. & B. 287 ... .280, 281, 484. 561, 687, 901, 904, 

906, 950, 964, 956, 969, 974, 975, 977 
Qaeen^s Proctor v. Fry (1879), 4 P. D. 230 ; 48 L. J. P. D. & A. 68.. 1050, 1064 

Quennell p. Turner (1861), 18 Beay. 240 ; 20 L. J. Ch. 237 802, 804 

Quick V. Quick (1864), 33 L. J. P. & M. 146 ; 2 S. & T. 442 ; 12 W. B. 

119; 10 Jut. N. 8. 682 143 

QuickC. Staines (1798), 1 Bos. & P. 203 ; 4 R. K. 801 660 

Quilter v, Jons (1863, should be 1863), 14 C. B. N. S. 747 : U W. R. 888 ; 

8 F.ft F. 644 309 

Quinoej v. Sliarpe (1876), 1 Ex. D. 72 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 347 ; 34 L. T. 495 ; 

24W. R. 373 711 

Quinn 9. Butler (1868), L. R. 6 Eq. 226 708 

R.*8 Tnuts, Re (1870), 89L. J.Ch. 192 621 

B. r. (1826), 2 0. & P. 459 120 

B. r. (1834), 6 0. & P. 408 216 

B.V. (1838), 3N. &P. 627; 8 A. & E. 689 824 

B. V, AbergayennT ITnion (1880), 6 Q. B. D. ;5l ; 60 L. J. M. 0. 1 ; 43 

L. T. 602 ; 29 W. B. 303 ».. 631 

B. V. Aber^willy (1807, should be 1801), 2 East, 63 368, 420, 466 

B. •. Abingdon (1794), Pea. B. 236 274 

B.r. Acfaoyd (1824), 1 Lew. 0. 0. 49 671 

B. •. Adams (1828), 3 0. & P. 600 120 

B V. Adderbury East (1843)^ 6 Q. B. 187, 189, n. (a) ; 13 L. J. M. 0. 9 ; 

D.&M.324; 7 Jur. 1036 494 

B. v. Addis(1834), 6 0. & P. 388 634 

B. r. Adey (1881), 1 M. & Bob. 94 969 

B. 9. Aickles (1784), 1 Lea. 294, 297, n., 300, n. (a) ; 2 East, P. 0. 968 . . 289, 

318, 1050, 1172 
B 9. Allen (1826), 1 Den. 0. 0. 364 ; T. & M. 66 ; 2 0. & K. 869 ; 3Coz, 

0.0.270; 18L. J. M. 0. 72; 13 Jur. 108 100, 263,278 

B. 9. Allen (1872), L. B. 1 0. 0. 367 ; 41 L. J. M. 0. 97 ; 12 Cox, 0. 0. 
J93 I^g 

B •. Aiigood (i7P8),*7 t! B.' '746*;' 4 B.' bV 674 .' '. '. \ \ \ [['.'. \ \ [\\\ \ \ \ \\\\ \ 99 4 

Be. Allison (1806), B. & R. 109 » 130, 295 

B. 9. AU Saints (1828), 7 B. & 0. 789 416 

B. 9. All Saints, Southampton (1828), 7 B. & 0. 790 132, 1137 

B. 9. All Saints, Worcester (1817), 6 M. & Sel. 194 891, 892, 960 

B. 9, Almon (1770), 6 Burr. 2686 107 

B. 9. Ambergate, &c. By. Co. (1852), 17 Q. B. 967 ; 16 Jur. 777 998 

B. r. Ambuiy (1862), 6 Cox, 0. 0. 79 826 

R. 9. Anderson (1680), 7 How. St. Tr. 874 899 

B. r. Andereon (1868), 11 Cox, 0. 0. 154 1029 

B. f». Andrews (1837), 2 M. & Bob. 37 209 

B 9. Antrobus (1836), 2 A. & E. 793 ; 1 H. & W. 96 ; 6 0. & P. 784 ; 

4N. &M. 565 397 

B ». Appleby (1821), 3 Stark. B. 33 628, 687 

B. r. Archer (1826), 1 Moo. 0. 0. 143 165 

B «. Armitage (1872), L. B. 7 Q. B. 773 ; 42 L. J. M. C. 16 630 

B». Arnold (1838), 8 0. & P. 622 670, 676 

B ». Arundel (1721), Hob. 109 108 

Bv. Aahburton (1846), 8 Q. B. 876 133 

B.».ABhton (1837), 2 Lew. 0. 0. 147 470 

B 9. AspinaU (1827). cited 3 St. Evid. 962 267 

B 9, AspinaU (1876), 46 L. J. M. 0. 146 ; 2 Q. B. D. 48 ; 36 L. T. 297 ; 

26W. B. 283 84 

B f. Aston (1838), 2 Buss. 0. & M. 732 246 

B. 9. Atkins (1679), 7 How. St. Tr. 728 618 

B. 9. Atwood (1789), iLea. 0. 0. 464 633 

B 9. Austin (1856), Dears. 0. 0. 612 ; 7 Cox, 0. 0. 56 ; 25 L. J. M. 0. 

48; 2Jur.N.S.96 328 

B f». ATCTy (1838), 8 0. & P. 696 692, 602, 604 

B r. Azire (1737-8), 1 Str. 633 893 

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Cxlviii TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

PAOT 

R.r. Babb(l790), 3 T. R. 681 , 991,997 

R. V. Bagsbaw (1797), 7 T. R. 363 1137 

n.v. Bamefl(1706), 2 Ld. Raym. 1199, 1265 181 

R. V. Baker (1837), 2 M. & Rob. 63 465 

R. V. Baker (1895), 15 R. (May), 380; (1896) 1 Q. B. 797 ; 64 L. J. M. 0. 

177; 72L. T. 631 ^d«. [47, 948] 

R. V, Baldry (1862), 2 Den. C. C. 430 663, 572 

R. V, Ball (1807), 1 Camp. 324; R. & R. 132; 10 R. R. 696 246 

R. r. Ball (1837), 8 C. & P. 745 921 

R. r. Balls (1871), 40 L. J. M. C. 148 ; L. R. 1 C. C. 328 ; 12 Cox, C. 0. 

96 ; 24 L. T. 760 ; 19 W. R. 876 289 

R. V. Banks (1794), 1 Esp. 146; 6 R. R. 726 264 

R. V, Bannam (1839), 1 Crawf . & D. C. C. 117 214 

n.v. Barker (1829), 3 C. & P. 689 257 

R. V. Barker (1868), 1 F. & F. S26 312 

R. V, Barnard (1823), 1 C. & P. 88 633,947 

R. V. Barnes (1816), 1 Stark. 243 620, 1046 

R.v. Barnes (1835), 7 C. & P. 166 826 

R. V. Barnes (1866), L. R. 1 0. C. 46 ; 35 L. J. M. C. 204 ; 12 Jur. N. 8. 

649 ; 14 L. T. 601 ; 14 W. R. 806 198 

R. v. Bamett (1829), 3 C. & P. 600 829 

R. r. Bamdey (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 377 621 

R. V. Barrett (1833), 6 C. & P. 124 148, 618 

R. V. Barrett (1862), 6 Cox, C. C. 78 826 

R. V. Barrow (1866), 10 Cox, C. C. 407 276 

R. V. Barry (1865), 4 F. & F. 392 238 

R. V. Bartlett (1837), 7 C. & P. 832 669, 587 

R. V. Barton (1854), Dears. 284 121 

R. «. Basingstoke (1851), 14 Q. B. 611 ; 19 L. J. M. C. 28; 3 New Sess. 

Cas. 693 ; 6 D. & L. 303 291 

R. V. Bate (1871), 11 Cox, 0. C 686 672 

R. V. Bateman (1866), 4 F. & F. 1068 683 

R. if. Bates (1860), 2 F. & F. 317 ; . . . . 335 

R. V. Bathwick (1832), 2 B. & Ad. 618 87, 890, 891, 892 

R. V, Bayley (1835), 7 C. & P. 264 217 

R. V. Beale (1866), L. R. 1 C. C. 10 ; 35 L. J. M. C. 60 ; 12 Jur. N. 8. 12 ; 

13L.T.335; 14 W. R. 57 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 167 100 

R. V. Beaney (1820), R. & R. 416 16, 206 

R. r. Beard (1S37), 8 C. & P. 143, 148, 149 80, 110 

R. t;. Beardfiall(1876), 1 Q, B. D. 452; 45L. J. M. C. 167 1173 

R. f. Beckwitb (1868\ 7 Cox, C. C. 605 ; 276 

R. V. Bedfordshire (1855), 4 E. & B. 642 393, 399 

R. V. Bedingrfield (1879), 14 Cox, C. C. 341 377, 467 

R. V. Bedingbam (1844), 1 New Sess. Cas. 144 621 

R. V, Beeston (1866), 24 L. J. M. C. 6 ; Dears. C. C. 405; 3 C. L. R. 82 ; 

18 Jur. 1058 326, 327,335,337 

R. V, Beeton (1849), 1 Pen. 414 239 

R. V. Beezley (1830), 4 C. & P. 220 943 

R. «. Bell (1831), 5C. &P. 162 680 

R. V. Bellamy (18i4), Ry. & M. 171 1031 

R. V. Benson (1810), 2 Camp 508 129, 278, 1013 

R. V. Bentley (1833), 6 C. & P. 148 580 

R. V. Berenger (1817), 2 Stnrk. R. 129, n 921 

R.v. Berigan(1841), Ir. Cir. R. 177 669, 1130 

R. V. Bemadotti (1869), 11 Cox, C. C. 316 468 

R. V. Berriman (1833), 6 C. & P. 601 216 

R. V. Berry (1859), Bell, C. C. 46 884 

R. V. Berry (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 447 ; 45 L. J. M. C. 123 897 

R. V. Betts (1860), 16 Q. B. 1022 ; 4 Cox, C. C. 211 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 601 . . 47 

R. V, Beverley (1839), 8 Dowl. 140 994 

R. V. Bigg (1717), 3 P. Wms. 423 640 

R. V. Bignold (1824), Dowl. & R. N. P. 69 ; 4 Dowl. & R. 70 274 

R. r. Bingbam (1829), 3 Y. & J. 109 1013 

R. r. Bingley (1833). 6 C. & P. 602 211 

R. V, Birch (1842), 3 Q. B. 431 1031 

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R. 9. :mrd (1861), 2 Den. 94 ; T. & M. 437 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 11 ; 20 L. J. 

M. C. 70; 16 Jur. 193 206 

R. «. Blrdseye (1830), 4 C. & P. 386 238 

R. V. Birmingham (undated), cited in Hubb. on Ev. of Saoo. 660 417 

R. c. Birmingham (1S61), 31 L. J. M. C. 63 ; 1 B. & S. 763 436, 444, 446 

R. •. Bin (1838), 8 C. & P. 773 216 

R. r. Bjomiien J1865;, 1 L. & C. 546 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 74 ; 34 L. J. M. C. 

180 : 12 L. T. 473 ; 13 W. R. 664 ; 11 Jur. N. 8. 589 106, 129, 1175 

R. 9. Blackbom (1853), 6 Cox, C. C. 339 ; 3 C. ft K. 330 273, 569, 572 

R. tr. Blake (1832), 4 B. & Ad. 355 ; 2 N. & M. 312 870 

R. V. Blake (1844), 6 Q B. 126 ; 13 L. J. M. C. 131 : 8 Jur. 666 382, 384 

R. «. Blakemore (1862), 2 Den. 410 ; 21 L. J. M. C. 60 ; 16 Jur. 154. .89, 1102, 

1110, 1114 

R. r. BUnd (1832), 1 Lew. C. C. 149 217 

R. r. Blandy (1762), 18 How. St. Tr. 1187 65,374, 469 

R. 9. Bleaadale (1848), 2 C. & K. 765 236 

R. V. Bliw (1837), 7 A. & E. 555; 7 L. J. Q. B. 4. . . .396, 397, 400, 401, 402, 446 

R. 9. Bodle (1833), 6 C. & P. 186 943 

R. V. Bodmin, JJ. of, (1892) 2 Q. B. 21 ; 61 L. J. M. C. 151 ; 66 L. T. 

662 ; 40 W. R. 606 ; 56 J. P. 604 998 

R. r. Bolton (1841), 1 Q. B. 74; 4 P. & D. 679; 5 Jur. 1154 1100, 1136 

R. V.Bond (1850), 4 Cox, C.C. 236; 19 L.J.M.C.138; 1 Den. C.C. 51 7.. 678, 579 

R. r. Bonner (1834), 6 C. & P. 386 '. 467, 468 

R. r. Barrett (1833), 6 C. & P. 124 148, 518 

R. r. Bofiwell (1842), C. & Marsh. 684 569, 572 

R. *. Boucher (1859), 1 F. & F. 486 312 

R. r. Boulter (1862), 2 Den. C. C. 396 ; 3 C. & K. 236; 21 L. J. M. C. 57. . 627 
R. p. Bowden (1859), Liverpool Amizes, Deo. MS. (Mr. 0. H. Hopwood). 568 

R. p. Bowen (1841), C. & Marsh. 149 82 

R. 9. Bowen (1849), 13 Q. B. 790 ; 19 L. J. M. C. 65 ; 13 Jur. 1045 ; 8 

Cox, C.C. 483 84 

R. V. Bowman (1834), 6 C. & P. 342 1133, 1140 

B. 9. Boyee (1860), 2 F. & F. 158 970 

R. v. Boyee (1861), 30 L. J. Q. B. 302 ; 1 B. .t S. 311 . . . .633, 960, 964, 965, 966 
B. 9. BradLiugh (1883), 47 L. T. 477; 31 W. R. 229; 16 Cox, C. C. 217 ... . 884 

R. V. Braintree (18o9). 28 L. J. M. C. 1 ; 1 E. & E. 51 304 

R. 9. Braithwaite (1859), 8 Cox, C. C. 254, 444 : 1 F. & F. 638 627 

B.C. Bratthwaite(t864), 8Cox, C.C. 254,444 627 

R. 9. Bramley (1796), 6 T. R. 330 621, 890 

B. 9. Brandreth (1817), 32 How. St. Tr. 857 383 

R. 9. Brangan (1742), 1 Lea. C. C. 27 987 

R. r. Braider (1779), 1 Lea. 199 : 1 East, P. C. 443 367, 898 

B. r. Braynell (1850), 4 Cox, C. C. 404 583 

R. 9. Brecknock and Aberg. Can. Co. (1835), 3 A. & E. 222 998 

R. r. Brennan (18i3), 3 Craw. & D. C. C. 109 318 

R. r. Brettell (1832;, 3 B. ft Ad. 424; 1 L. J. M. C. 46 50 

B. r. Brewer (1834), 6 C. ft P. 363 601 

B. •- Brewer (1863), 9 Cox, C. C. 409 968 

B. 9. Brioe (1819), 2 B. ft Aid. 606 909 

B. r. BriggB (1839), 2 M. ft Rob. 199 241 

B. r. Brightside Bierlow (1849), 13 Q. B. 933 ; 19 L. J. M. C. 50; 4 New 

Sew. C. 47; 14 Jur. 174 234,405 

B. r. Brisby (1849), 1 Den. C.C. 416; 2Car. &K. 962; I8L. J. M. C. 157.. 1160 

B. 9, BriatolftExeterRy. Co. (1843), 4 Q. B. 162; 12 L.J. Q. B. 106 9V8 

B. 9. Brittleton and Bates (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 266 ; 53 L. J. M. C. 83 ; 50 
L. T. 276 ; 32 W. R. 463 ; 48 J. P. 295 ; 15 Cox, C. C. 431 . .165, 894, 1231 

B.9. Britton (1833), 1 M. ft Rob. 297 583 

B. 9. Broadhempston (1859), 28 L. J. M. C. 18 ; 1 £. ft E. 154 ; 6 Jur. 

N. 8. 267 131 

B. 9. Brogan (1834), 3 Rusa. C. ft M. (4th ed.) 463; Rosooe, Cr. Ev. 60 . . 577 

R. 9. Biommioh (1679), 7 How. St. Tr. 722 518 

R. v. Brooke (1819), 2 Stark. R. 472; 20 R. R. 723 942 

B. 9. Brookes (1847), C. ft Marsh. 543 205 

R. 9. Brooks (1847), 2 C. ft K. 402 ; 1 Den. C. C. 217 78 

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B. V. Brooks (1S53), Dears. 0. 0. 184 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 148 : 22 L. J. M. 0. 

121; 17Jur.400 165 

R. r. Brown (1779), 1 Cowp. 110 123 

R. r. Brown (1828), M. & M. 164 1« 

R. «. Brown (1861), 2 F. & F. 569 247 

R. r. Brown (1862), 9 Cox, C. C. 281 604 

R. r. Brown (1867), 36 L. J. M. C. 59; L. R. 1 C. C. 70 972 

R. V, Browne (1829), M. & M. 319 ; 3 C. & P. 672 283, 1038, 1034 

R. V. Brownell (1834), 1 A. & E. 698 ; 3 L. J. M. C. 118 833 

R. r. Bryan (1834), Jebb, C. C. 157 667 

R. r. Buckinghain, JJ. (1828), 8 B. & C. 375 996,997 

R. V. Buckinghamshire J J. (1843), 3 Q. B. 809 ; 2 G. & D. 560 ; 12 L. J. 

M. C. 29 1100, 1136 

H.v. Buckley (1873), 13 Cox, C. C. 293 326,436,455 

R. r. Budd(1805), 6 Esp. 230 168 

R. r. Bull (1839), 9 C. & P. 22 943 

R. V. Bull (1871), 12 Cox, C. C. 31 329 

R. v. Bullard (1872), 12 Cox, C. C. 353 615 

R. «. Bullock (182)), 1 Moody, C. C. 324, n. (a) 205,209 

R. r. Burbage (1763), 3 Burr. 1440 837 

R. V. Burdett (1855), Deara. C. C. 431 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 458 943 

R. V, Bupgiss (1836), 7 C. & P. 488 829 

R. V. Burke (1859), 8Cox,C C. 44, 47 58, 953 

R. V. Burley (1818), 2 Stark. Ev. 13, n. («) 568, 669, 632 

R. V. Burridge (1735), 3 P. Wms. 497 17 

R. f. Burt (1851), 5 Cox, C. C. 284 251 

R. V. Burton (1853), Dears. 284 121 

R. r. Bury St. Edmunds (1784), Cald. 486 465 

R. r. Bush (1818), R. & R. 372 216 

R. V. Butcher (1798), 1 Lea. 265. n 585 

R. V. Butterwick(1839), 2 M. & Rob. 196 824 

R. t'. Buttery (1818), R. & R. 342 1106, 1107 

R. V. Buttle (1870), 39 L. J. M. C. 116 ; 11 Cox, C. C. 666 ; L. R. 1 C. C. 

248: 22L. T. 728; 18 W. R. 966 962 

R. V. Battleton (see R v. Brittleton). 

R. f;. Cadogan, E. of (1822), 5 B. & A. 902 ; 1 DowL & R. 550 998 

R, V. Caio (1839), 1 Craw. & D. C. C. 37 568, 585 

R. V. CalUghan (1793), McNally, Evid. 385 470 

R. V. Calvert (1848), 2 Cox, C. C. 491 335 

R. «. Cambridge, U. of (1736), 2 Ld. Raym. 1334 20 

R. V. CampbeU (1843), 1 C. & K. 82 216 

R. «. Canterbury, Abp. of (1848), 18 Q. B. 681 792 

R. V. Canterbury, Abp. of (1859), 28 L. J. Q. B. 164 ; 7 "W. R. 212 ; 1 E. 

& E. 345 1 147 

R. V. Can well (1869), 11 Cox, C. C. 263 ; L. R. 1 C. C. 194 ; 20 L. T. 402; 

17 W. R. 623 206 

R. V. Carew(1850), 1 L. M. & P. 626, n 727 

R. V. Carey (1845), 7 Q. B. 126; 14 L. J. M. C. 190 814 

n.v. Carlile (1832), 2 B. & Ad. 367—369 84 

R. V. CarUle (1834), 6 C. & P. 643 274 

R. V. Carnarvonshire (1841), 2 Q. B. 326; 11 L. J. M. C. 3; 1 G. & D. 428. . 521 

n.v. Carr (1669), 1 Sid. 418 ; Bull. N. P. 237 480 

R. r. Carrol (1869), 11 Cox, C. C. 322 336 

R. V. Cart (1838), Maidstone Sum. Ass. MS 570 

R. v. Carter (1845), 1 Den. C. C. 65 1019, 1174 

R. V. Carter(1884), 12 Q. B. D. 522 ; 53 L. J. M. C. 96 ; 60 L. T. 432, 

696; 32 W. R. 663; 48 J. P. 456 ; 16 Cox, C. C. 448 247 

R. V. Carty (1797), cited Joy on Conf . 97 ; MoNally, Evid. 45 679 

R. V. Casey (1837), Jebb, C. C. 203 634 

R. V. Cass (1784), 1 Lea. 29C, n. (a) 663,671 

R. V. Ca88idy(1858), 1 F. & F. 79 943 

R. V, Castle Morton (1820), 3 B. & Aid. 690 284 

R. r. Castleton (1795), 6 T. R. 236 303, 306 

R. 9. Catesby (1824), 2 B. & C. 814 130, 131 

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R. «. Cfttor(l802), 4E«p. 117, 146; 2Ea8t, 361 1228 

R. t>. Cavenduh (1873), 8 Ir. B. G. L. 178 106 

R. r. Cellier (1680), 7 How. St. Tr. 1206 673 

R. «. Ghadderton (1801), 2 East, 29 420 

R. r. Champney (1836), 2 Lewin, G. G. 259 626,627 

R «. Cbompneys (1837), 2 M. & Bob. 26 1127 

R. c. Chapman (1838), 8 G. &F. 669 921, 948 

R. 9. Charlbury (1843), 3 Q. B. 378 ; 13 L. J. M. G. 19 ; 3 G. & D. 177. . 1139 

R. c. Charleeworth (I860), 2 F. & F. 326 962, 966 

R. V. Chatham (1807), 8 East, 498 621 

R. 9, Chawton (1841), 1 Q. B. 247; 10 L. J. M. G. 65 740 

R. V. Chcadla (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 838 766 

R. c. Cheny ^1871), 12 Cox, G. G. 82 683, 966 

R. V. Chester (1819), 1 GhiUy, B. 297 992 

R. •. Cheater, Bp. of (1747), IW. Bl. 25 1133 

R. V. Chester, Sheriff of (1819), 1 Ghitty, B. 477 998 

R. V. Gheverton (1862), 2F. &F. 883 666, 671 

R. r. Chidler (1860), 8 Cox, C. C. 365 680, 683 

R. r. Christian (1842), Gar. & M. 388 196, 1018 

R. r. Christie (1821), 3 Bush. G. & M. 356 468 

B.r. Christie (1858), 1 F. &F. 76; 7 Cox, G. G. 606 276 

B. V. Christopher (1849), 2 G. & K. 994 ; I Ben. 636 ; 4 Cox, G. G. 76. . . . 283, 

284, 294, 336, 866, 959 

B. V. Clapham (1829), 4 G. & P. 29 1170 

B. 0. Clare (1803), 28 How. St. Tr. 887,924 623 

R. «. Clark (1810), B. &B. 181 211 

R. «. Clark (1818), B. & B. 358 216 

B. r. Cbrke (1799), 8 T. B. 220 561 

R. r. CTaike (1817), 2 Stark. B. 241 257,376,976 

R. r. Clarke (1859), 2 F. & F. 2 337 

B. V, Cleary (1862), 2 F. & F. 860 339, 467 

B. t. Clement (1821), 4 B. & AM. 218 833 

B. r. Clements (1851), 2 Den. 261 ; 6 Cox, G. G. 191 ; T. ft M. 679; 

20 li. J. M. G. 193 ; 15 Jur. 407 336 

R. V Oewes (1830), 4 G. & P. 221 561, 562, 666, 570 

R. r. Chui (1841), 11 A. ft £. 624 ; 10 L. J. M. G. 151 1139 

B.r. airiger (1788), 2 T. B. 263 891 

R. r. dndoroj (1849), S C. ft K. 205 821, 824 

R V. aure(1841), Ir. Gir. B. 275 257 

R V. Coady (1882), 16 Cox, G. G. 89 46 

R. r. Cobden (1862), 8 F. ft F. 833 237 

R. r. Cockhum (1857), Dears, ft Bell, 203 ; 7 Cox, G. G. 265 ; 19 L. J. 
1^ Q |iQ 329 332 

R. r! Cocicroft (1876)Vil Cox,'c^ 961 

R. V. Cookmg (1836), 2 Lewin, C. G. 235 120 

R. V. Cohen (1858), 8 Cox, C. G. 41 264 

R. V. Colcbugh (1882), 15 Cox, G. G. 92 ; 10 L. B. Ir. 241 246 

R. 9. Cole (1810), 1 Ph. Ev. 508 236 

R. 9. Coleman (1852), 6 Cox, G. G. 163 1228 

R. r. Coleorton (1830), 1 B. ft Ad. 25 621 

R. 9. Coleme (1850), 11 Q. B. 909 ; 3 New Sees. Gas. 143 ; 17 L. J. M. G. 

121 ; 12 Jur. 699 727 

R. r. Coll (1889), 24 L. B. Ir. 522 283, 284, 976 

R. tr. CoUey (1827), M. ft M. 329 918 

; R. r. Collier (1831), 6 0. ft P. 160 238 

1 R. r. Cohner (1864), 9 Cox, G. G. 606 683 

. R. r. Com. of Sewers for T. Handets (1842), 8 Q. B. 670 ; 3 G. & D. 92 ; 

} 13L. J. Q.B. 12; 6 Jur. 1069 997 

/ R. V. Compton (1828), 3 G. ft P. 418 205, 1129 

R. «. Coney (1882), 8 Q. B. D. 634 ; 16 Cox, G. G. 46 ; 51 L. J. M. G. 66 ; 

48L. T. 807; 30W. B. 678; 46 J. P. 404 633 

R. r. Connell (1853), 6 Cox, G. G. 178 1126 

B. 9. Conning (1868), 11 Cox, G. G. 134 1029 

R. V. Conolly (1829), 2Lew.G. G. 229 166 

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R. r. Cook (1696), 13 How. St. Tr. 348 917,967 

R. V, Cooke (1824), 1 C. & P. 322 820 

R. V. Cooke (1836), 7 C. & P. 669 196 

R. r. Cooke (1838), 8 C. & P. 682 8ft, 247, 616 

R. V. Cooper (1833), 6 C. & P. 635 663,666,667 

R.«. Cooper (1852), 3 C. &K. 318; 16 Jur. 750 120 

R. V. Coote (1873), L. R. 4 P. C. 606; 42 L. J. M. C. 46; 29 L. T. Ill ; 

21 W. R. 663; 9 Moo. P. C. C. 463 682, 683 

R. V. Cope (1835), 7 C. & P. 726 464,459 

R. r. Coppard (1827), M. & M, 118 1034 

R. r. Coppull(1801), 2 East, 26 290 

R. V. Corden (1769), 4 Burr. 2281 181 

R. r. Cornelius (1743-4), 2 Str. 1210; I "Wils. 142 997 

R. «. CottiDgham (1834), 2 A. & E. 250 1139 

R. V, CottoD (1H13), 3 Camp. 444 399,406,408, 1161 

R. V. Cotton (1873), 12 Cox, C. C. 400 237 

R. r. Court (1836), 7 C. & P. 487 666, 672 

R. r. Courtenay(l866), 7 Cox, C. C. Ill; 6 Ir. C. L. R. 434 47 

R. V. Courtney (1840), 2 Crawf. & D. C. C. 63 670 

R. V. Cousens (1850), 3 Russ. C. & M. 699 820 

R. V. Cox and RaUton (1884), 14 Q. B. D. 153 ; 64 L. J. M. C. 41 ; 62 

L. T. 25 ; 33 W. R. 396 ; 49 J. P. 374 ; 15 Cox, C. C. 611 ... .692, 604, 605 

R. V. Coyle(1855), 7 Cox, C. C. 74 607,627 

R. r. Cradock (1863), 3 F. & F. 837 129 

R. f». Cramp (1880), 6 Q. B. D. 307 ; 49 L. J. M. 0. 44 ; 42 L. T. 442 ; 28 

W. R. 701; 44 J. P. 411; 14 Cox, C. C. 390, 401 636 

R. «. Crediton (1868), 27 L. J. M. C. 266; E. B. & E. 231 1170 

R. c. Creevey (1813), 1 M. & S. 273 ; 14 R. R. 427 109 

R. V. Cresswell (1876), 45 L. J. M. C. 77 ; 13 Cox, C. C. 126 ; 1 Q. B. D. 

446; 33L.T.760; 24 W. R. 281 130 

R. r. Crick (1832), 6 C. & P. 608 209 

R. V, Crockett (1831), 4 C. & P. 644 468 

R. V, Croke(1774), 1 Cowp. 30 1137 

R. t;. Crondall (1847), 2 New Seas. CaA. 667; 10 Q. B. 812 621 

R. V, Cross (1866), Dears. ^ Bell, 68 966 

R. r. Crossfield (1796), 26 How. St. Tr. 109 666,669 

R. r. Croucher(l862), 3 F. & F. 285 832, 336 

R. €». Crowther (1786), IT.R. 126; 1 R. R. 182 336 

R. «. Cruise (1842), Ir. Cir. R. 674 986 

R.». Cruse (1838), 8 C. & P. 646 81, 165, 166 

R. r. Culkin (18V2), 6 C. & P. 121 218 

R. r. Culpepper (1696), Skin. 673 806 

R. V. Curprenwen (1865), 35 L. J. M. C. 58 ; L. R. 1 C. C. 1 ; 11 Jur. N. 8. 

984; 13 L. T. 383; 14 W. R. 65 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 162 172 

R. V. Curtis (1848), 2 C. & K. 763 958 

R. V. Daman (1819), 2 B. fr Aid. 378 131 

R. V. Dann(18<6), 1 Moo. C. C. 424 1127 

R. V. Davie (1837), 6 A. & E. 386 76« 

R. 9. Davis (1833), 6 C. & P. 177 680,682 

R. r. Davis (1870), L. R. 1 C. C. 272; 39 L. J. M. 0, 135; 11 Cox, C. C. 678 251 

R. r. Dawber (1821), 3 Stark. R. 34 633 

R. r. Dawson (1821), 3 Stark. 62 204 

R. r. Day (1852), 6 Cox, C. C. 66 836, 336 

R. V, Deacon (1746), Fost. C. L. 9 , 626 

R. V. Dean (1852), 6 Cox, C. C. 23 ; 18 How. St. Tr. 366 267 

R. V. Dean of St. Asaph (1783), 21 How. St. Tr. 1033 23, 45 

R. V. DeBerenger (1814), 3 M. & S. 67 ; 16 R. R. 416 18. 1092 

R. V. De la Motto (17ftl), 1 East, P. C. 124 •, 318, 972 

R. V. Deoio (1827), 7 B. & C. 620 ; 1 M. & R. 294 ,303 

R. «. Dent (1843), 1 C. & K. 97 938 

R. v. Derby (1850), 1 L. M. & P. 660 727 

R. V. DerbyRhire (1837), 6 A. & E. 885 727 

R. V. Derrington (1826), 2 C. & P. 418 668 

R. 9. De Salvi (1867), C. C. C. Seas. Pap. vol. 46, p. 884 1126 

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R. f. Despttd (1803), 28 How. St. Tr. 489 635 

B. f. DeVlm (1841), 2 Crawf . & D. C. 0, 162 669 

B. 9. Dewhimt (1825), 1 Lew. C. C. 47 580 

B. 9. DUlon (1877), 14 Cox, 0. C. 4 283 

B. r. Dilmore (1852), 6 Cox, C. C. 62 326, 337 

B. 9. Dingier (1 79 1 ), 2 Lea. 661 333 

B. 9. Dinirley (1845), 1 C. & K. 637 566, 569, 672 

B.tr. Dixon (1765), 3 Butt. 687 604, 969 

B. 9. Dixon (1814), 3 M. & Sel. 16 ; 4 Camp. 12 ; 16 B. R. 381 80, 107 

B. V. Doberty (1810), 13 East, 171; 12 B. B. 315 893 

B. 9. Doher^(l874), 13 Cox, C. C. 23 566 

B. 9. Doolin (1832), 1 Jebb, C. C. 123 971 

B. 9. Doran (1791), 1 Esp. 127 296 

B. 9. Doflflect (1846), 2 C. & K. 306 248 

B. 9. Douglaa (1824), 2 Dowl. N. S. 416 341 

B. 9. Dong^laa (1845), 1 C. & K. 670 348 

B. 9. Douglas (1846), 13 Q. B. 42; 16 L. J. Q. B. 417; 11 Jar. 841.. 341, 348, 

1029 

B.9. Dowlin(1792),Pea. B. 170; 3B. B. 679 354 

B.«.Dowling 1826), By. & M. 433 209 

B. r. Dowuer (1880), 14 Cox, C. C. 486 604 

B. r. Downham (1858), 1 F. & F. 386 312 

B. «. Downing- (1840), Glielnmford Spring Aiwizes, MS 564 

B. r. DownMhire, Dow. Marcb. of (1835), 4 A. & £. 232 ; 6 N. & H. 662 ; 

6M. & W. 662 209 

B. 9. Doyle (1840), 1 Crawf. & D. C. C. 396 569 

B. r. Drage (1875), 14 Cox, C. C. 85 247 

B. f^. Drew (1837), 8 C. & P. 140 563, 672 

B. V. Drummond (1784), 1 Lea. C. C. 338 464, 467 

B. ». Drnry (1849), 3 C. & K. 193 1140 

B.v. DufKn (1818), R. & B. 365 81 

B. 9. Dokinfield (1848), 11 Q. B. 678 ; 17 L. J. M. C. 113. . .' 454 

B. 9. Dulwicb College (1851), 17 Q. B. 600 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 36 ; 16 Jur. 654 791 

B. ». Dunboyne, Ld. (1850), 3 C. & Kir. 1 77 

B. f. Dnnoombe (1838), 8 C. & P. 369 929 

B. 9. Diin^ey (1864), 4 F. & F. 99 1127 

B. 9, Dunmurry (1841), Ir. Cir. B. 312 216 

B. 9. Dunn (1826), 1 Moo. C. C. 146 238, 247 

B 9. Dunn (1831), 4 C. & P. 643 664 

B. 9, Dunne (1838), L:. Cir. R. 407 986 

B. 9. Dunaford (1836), 2 A. & E. 568 ; 4 N. & M. 349 ; 1 H. & W. 93 . . 50 

B. 9. Dunstan (1824), Ry. & M. 109 47 

B. 9. Durham (1787), 1 Lea. C. C. 478 633 

B. 9. Durkin (1837), 2 Lew. C. C. 163 826 

B.9.DuTore(1784), ILea. 351; 1 East, P. C. 46 202 

R. 9. Dwyers (1843|, 1 Ruse. C. & M. 797 577 

B. 9. East. Count. Ry. Co. (1839), 10 A. & E. 531 998 

B. 9. East Fairley (1825), 6 Dowl. & R. 153 308 

R. 9. East Mark Tything (1848), 11 Q. B. 887 ; 3 Cox, C. C. 60 ; 17 L. J. 

Q.B.877; 12Jur.332 124 

B. 9. East Winch (1840), 12 A. & E. 697 621 

B. 9. Eaton (1851), 2 Den. C. C. 274 ; nom. R. 9. Uezzeli, 3 C. & K. 160; 

T. A M. 698 209 

R.9. Edgar (1831), 3 Russ. C. & M. 441 660 

R.9. Edmonton (1831), 1 M. & Rob. 32 113 

R.f. Edmunds (1833), 6 C. & P. 164 326, 329, 628 

B. 9. Edmnndson (1859), 28 L. J. M. C. 213 ; 2 E. & E. 77 ; 8 Cox, C. C. 

212 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 1 36 1 264 

R. V. Edwaids (1791), 4 T. R. 440 947, 967 

B. 9. Edwards (1837), 8 C. & P. 26 959 

B. «. Edwards a872), 12 Cox, C. C. 280 377 

R. 9. Edwinstowe (1826), 8 B. & C. 671 621 

B. 9. £g«rton (1819), R. & R. 875 ; cited in R. 9. Ellis, 6 B. & C. 148. ... 241 

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Cliv TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

TAQX 

B. V. Eldershaw (1828), 3 0. & P. 396 100 

R. V. Elderton (1703), 2 Ld. Raym. 980 4 

B. V. Eldridgre (1821), R. & R. 440 660 

R. V, £llel(1845), 7 Q. B. 593; 2 New Sess. Cas. 39 1139 

R. V, ElUcombe (1833), 6 C. & P. 622 296, 814, 318 

n.v. EUiott (1839), 8 0. & P. 772 216 

R. V. Ellis (1802), McNally, Ev. 55 888 

R. V, Ellis (1824, should be 1826), 6 B. & 0. 147 236, 241, 669 

R. V. Elrington (1862), 1 B,&S. 688; 31 L. J. M. 0. 14; 9Cox, 0. C. 86.. 1131 
R. V. Elworthy (1867), L. R. 1 0. C. 103 ; 37 L. J. M. C. 3 ; 17 L. T. 293 ; 

16 W. R. 207; 10 Cox, C. C. 679 818 

R. tf. Ely, Bp. of (1828), 8 B. & C. 112; 2 M. & R. 127 997 

R. V. Emmons (1840), 2 M. & Rob. 279 826 

R. V. Enoch (1833), 6 C. & P. 539 668, 672 

R. f;. Entrehman (1842), C. & Marsh. 248 S06 

R. V. Eriswell (1790), 3 T. R. 721 326, 329, 333, 340, 368, 398, 420 

R. V. Erith (1807), 8 East, 639 420 

R «. Errinirton (1838), 2Lew. C. C. 142 333. 468 

R. r. Esdajle (1858), 1 F. & F. 213 1231 

R. t?. Esop (1836), 7C. &P. 466 80 

R. V. Evans (1821), 3 Stark. 36 204 

R. r. Evans (1839), 8 C. & P. 765 216 

R. t>. Evenwood Barony (1843), 3 Q. B. 370 1139 

R. V. Exall (1866), 4 F. & F. 922 120 

R. V. Exeter (1869), L. R. 4 Q. B. 341 ; 38 L. J. M. C. 127 ; 10 B. & S. 433 . . 444, 

445 
R. t^. Exeter, Treasurer of (1829), 5 M. & R. 167 ; and see 8 A. & £. 690. . 824 

R. V. Fagent(1835), 7 C. & P. 238 468, 469 

R. V. Fairie (1857), 8 E. & B. 486 247, 1121 

R. V. Falkner and Bond (1822), R. & R. 481 660 

R. V. Fanning (1865), 17 Ip. C. L. R. 289; 10 Cox, C. C. 411 ; 14 W. R. 

701 149 

R. v. Farler (1837), 8 C. & P. 106 633, 634 

R. r. Farley (1846), 2 C. & K. 313 692, 601, 605 

R. V. Farrell (1874), 43 L. J. M. C. 94 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 605 ; L. R. 2 C. O. 

116: 29L.T.404: 22 W. R. 678 882 

R. V. Farrington (1811), R. & R. 207 80 

R. V. Feargus O'Connor (1843), 6 Q. B. 16 OOO 

R. V. Fearshire (1779), 1 Lea. 202 283, 679 

R. V. Felton (1628), 3 How. St. Tr. 371 678 

B. i;. Fennell (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 147 ; 60 L. J. M. C. 126 ; 44 L T. 687 ; 

29 W. R. 742 ; 45 J. P. 666 ; 14 Cox, C. C. 607 671 

R. c?. Ferrers, E. of (1758), 1 Burr. 635 893 

R. V. Ferry Frystone (1801), 2 East, 64 368,420 

R. V. Finuoane (1833), 5 C. & P. 661 238 

R. V. Firth (1869), 38 L. J. M. C. 64 ; 11 Cox, C. C. 234 ; L. R. 1 C. O. 

172; 19L.T.746; 17 W. R. 327 236 

R. V. Fisher (1785), cited 1 Lea. 310, 311, n 679 

R. V. Fitzgerald (1741), 1 Lea. C. C. 20 1049, 1172 

R. r. Fitzgerald (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 168 469 

R. V. Fitzgerald (1884), unreported 877 

R. r. Fitzsimons (1869), L R. 4 C. L. 1 289 

R. r. Flaherty (1847), 2 C. & K. 782 298 

R. r. Flannagan (1882), 16 Cox, C. C. 463 237, 247 

B. r. FUtley (1842), Ir. Cir. R. 446 942 

R. V. Flayefl (1884), 14 Q. B. D. 364 ; 62 L. T. 133 ; 33 W. R. 343 ; 49 

J. P. 406 595 

R. v. Fleming (1842), 1 Arm. M. & O. 330 663, 671 

R. V. Flemming (1799), 2 Lea. 854 384, 838 

R. «. Fletcher (1829), 4 C. & P. 250 662 

R. V. Flintshire (1846), 3 Dowl. & L. 637 766, 788 

R. f>. Folkes (1832), 1 Moo. C. 0. 354 238 

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TABLE OP CASES CITED. clv 

PAOB 

B. «. Tontaine Moroaii (1848), 11 Q. B. 1028 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 187 ; 12 Jar. 

626 1116, 1117 

&. V. Porbes (18U), Holt, N. P. B. 699, n 335 

B. 9. Porbes (1836), 7 0. & P. 224 247 

B. V. Poid (1861), 2 Den. C. C. 246 ; 2 C. & K. 113 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 184. .926, 968 
B. «. Pordingbridge (1868), E. B. & £. 686, 678 ; 27 L. J. M. C. 290 ; 4 

Jur. N. S. 961 149,303 

B. V. Forester (1866), 4 F. & P. 867 468 

B. V. Fonter (1866), Dears. 466 246 

R. f?. Fowyth (1814). B, & B. 274 15, 21 1 

B, f. Porter (1827), 1 Lewin, 0. C. 46 676 

B. V, Foster (1834), 6 C. & P. 325 377, 662 

B. p. Fox Maale (1839), 7 Dowl. 693 832 

B. «. France (1839), 2 M. & Bob. 207 336 

B. «. Francis (1874), 43 L. J. M. C. 97 ; L. B. 2 C. C. 128 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 

612 ; 80 L. T. 503 ; 22 W. B. 663 247 

B. 9. Franoklin (1731), 17 How. St. Tr. 638 1093 

B f. Fraser (1797). 1 McNally, Et. 66 883 

B. r. Frederick (1 738), 2 Str. 1095 888 

B r. Freeman (1876), I. B. 9 C. L. 627 266 

B. V. Freind (1696),13 How. St. Tr. 16 837, 960, 961, 967 

B. 9. Fretwell (1864), 1 L. ft C. 443 : 9 Cox, C. C. 471 ; 31 L. J. M. C. 

145 : 6 L. T. 833 ; 10 W. B. 646 80 

B. 9. Frost (1839), 9 C. & P. 131 829, 895, 896, 909 

B 9. Frost (1866), Dears. C. C. 474 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 626 ; 3 C. L. B. 666 ; 

24 L. J. M. C. 116 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 406 198, 216 

B. V. Pallarton (1863), 6 Cox, C. C. 19& 198 

B r. Fuller (1816), B. ft B. C. C. 308 121 

B «. Fnllford (1861), 1 L. ft Cave, 403 ; 9 Cox. C. C. 453 ; 33 L. J. H. C. 

122 : 10 Jur. N. S. 622 ; 10 L. T. 346 ; 12 W. B. 716 47 

B V. Fumival (1821), B. ft B. 446 206 

B ♦. Fursey (1833), 6 C. ft P. 81 241, 308 

B. r. Gadbuiy (1838), 8 C. ft P. 676 261 

Bv. Oallagber (1876), 16 Cox, C. C. 291 883 

B 9. Gallagher (1883), 13 Cox, C. C. 61 633 

B r. GalFin (1865), 16 Ir. C. L. B. 452 336 

B. 9. Ganz (1882), 9 Q. B. D. 93 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 419 ; 46 L. T. 592 .... 1028 

B r. GarbeU (1847), 1 Den. C. C. 236 ; 2 C. ft K. 474 584, 960, 965, 970 

B f. Gardiner (1839), 8 C. ft P. 737 ; 2 Moo. C. C. 95 627 

B 9. Gaidner (1810), 2 Camp. 613 ; 11 B. B. 784 518, 1093 

B. 9. Gamer (1848), 1 Den. 3j9 ; 3 New Sess. Cas. 329; 2 C. ft K. 920. .563, 671 

B 9. Gamer (1864), 3 F. ft F. 681 237 

B 9. Gamt (1867), 36 L. J. M. C. 89 ; L. B. 2 Q. B. 466 ; 8 B. ft S. 366. . 1160 

B. 9, Gay (1836), 7 C. ft P. 230 470 

B 9. Gaynor (1839), 1 Crawf. ft D. C, C. 142 ; Jebb, C. C. 262 627, 629 

B 9. Gazard (1838), 8 C. ft P. 695 612, 899 

B 9. Geach (1840), 9 C. ft P. 499 80 

B. 9. Geering (1849), 18 L. J. M. C. 216 237, 247 

B. 9. Genge (1774), 1 Cowp. 16 60 

B. 9. Gibbons (1823), 1 C. ft P. 98, n. (&) 564, 566, 694 

B. 9. Gibney (1822), Jebb, C. C. 16 567, 569, 570 

B. 9. Gibson (1802), B. ft B. 343 1105, 1107 

B. r. Gibson (1887), 18 Q. B. D. 637; 56 L. J. M. C. 49 ; 66 L. T. 367 ; 

36W. B. 411; 6lJ. P. 742; 16 Cox, C. C. 181 1231 

B. 9. Giddins (1842), C. ft Marsh. 634 238 

B. 9. GUbrass (1836), 7 C. ft P. 444 826 

B. 9. Giiham (1795), 1 Esp. 285 ; 6 T. B. 265 905 

B. 9. Giiham (1828), 1 Moo. C. C. 186 ; Joy on Conf. 52— 66. . . . 567, 683, 594, 

696, 696 

B. 9. Oillis (1866), 11 Cox, C. C. 69 669,682, 684 

B. 9. Gillow (1826), 1 Moody, C. C. 85 ; 1 Lewin, C. C. 67 82 

B.9.Gilmore(1882), 16 Cox, C. C. 85 1126 

B V. ailson (1807), B. ft B. 138 296 

V(d. L «uU MfUhpa0$ 686. 



Civi TABLE OF CASES aTED. 

FASB 

R. 9. Girdwood (1770), 1 Leach, G. 0. 142; 2Ea8e, P. G. 1120 46 

R. i>. Gisbum (iai2), 16 East, 67 »I0 

R. V. Giflson (1847), 2 C. & K. 781 1126 

R. V. Glaflsie (1854). 7 Cox, C. C. 1 888 

R. r. Gleed(1832), 8 Ruas. C. & M. 623 892 

R. V. Glynne (1871), L. R. 7 Q. B. 16 ; 41 L. J. M. C. 58 ; 26 L. T. 61 ; 

20 W R. 94 1160 

R. r. Goddard (1882), 16 Cox, C. C. 7 468 

R. V. GokUhede (1844), 1 C. & K. 661 583 

R. r. Goldsmith (1873), 12 Cox, C. C. 479 84 

R. V. Goodere (1741), 17 How. St. Tr. 1015 917 

R. V, GoodfeUow (1879), 14 Cox, C. C. 326 382 

R. V. Goodwin (1828), 1 Lew. C. C. 100 148 

R. V. Gordon (1789), 1 Lea. 615 148 

R. r. Gordon (1842), Car. & M. 410 1034 

R. V, Gordon (1855), 26 L. J. M. C. 19 ; Dears. C. C. 586 302, 1193 

R. V. Gordon, Ld. G. (1781), 21 How. St. Tr. 635. .377, 378, 383, 895, 960, 961 

R. V. Gould (1840), 9 C & P. 364 121,68.5 

R. V. Grady (1836), 7 C. & P. 660 331 

R. V. Graham (1791), 2 Leach. 647 217 

R. i>. Gray (1835), 7 C. & P. 164 238 

R. r. Gray (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 73 465,469 

R. V, Gray (1866), 4 F. & F. 1102 247 

R. V. Great Bolton (1815), 7 Q. B 387 ; 14 L. J. M. C. 122 1139 

R. V, Great Canfield (1810), 6 Esp. 136 209 

R. V. Green (1832), 5 C. & P. 312 670, 676 

R. V. Green (1834), 6 C. & P. 665 668 

R. r. Green (1862), 3 C. & K 209 246 

R. V. Greenaway (1845), 7 Q. B. 126 814, 838 

R. V. Greene (1837), 6 A. & E. 548 1092 

R. V. Gregory (1846), 8 Q. B. 608 ; 2 New Seas. Cas. 229 ; lo L. J. M. C. 

38 ; 10 Jur. 387 216 

R. v. Griffin (1809), R. & R. 151 686 

R. V. Griffin (1853), 6 Cox, C. C. 219 667, 696 

R. V. Griffin (1879), 14 Cox, C. C. 808 ; 4 L. R. Lr. 497 149 

R. V. Griffiths (1832), 3 Russ. C. & M. 456, 463 571 

R. V. Griffiths (1841), 9 C. & P. 746 968 

R. V. Grim wood (1816), 1 Price, 369 1060 

R. V. Groombridge (1836), 7 C. & P. 682 99 

R. r. Grove (1833), 7 C. & P. 635 ; 1 Moo. C. C. 447 212 

R. V. Grundon (1776), 1 Cowp. 322 1103, 1108 

R. r. Guinea(1841), Ir. Cir. R. 167 927 

R. v. GuUy (1773), 1 Leaoh, 98 14 

R. V. Gamble (1872), 42 L. J. M. C. 7; L. R. 2 C. C. 1 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 

248.; 27L. T. 692; 21 W. R. 299 198,212 

R. V. Gumey (1869). 11 Cox, C, C. 414 909 

R. r. Gutch(1829), M. & M. 433 107,687 

R. V. Guthrie (1870), 11 Cox, C. C. 522 ; L. R. 1 C. C. 241 ; 39 L. J. M. O, 

95 ; 22 L. T. 486 ; 18 W. R. 792 206 

R. V. Guttridflre (1840), 9 C. & P. 473 330,376 

R. V. Hagan (1837), 8 C. & P. 167 328 

R. r. Hagan (1873), 12 Cox, C C. 357 248 

R. V. Haines (1830), 2 Russ. C. & M. (4th ed.) 886 678 

R. V. Hains (1695), Comb. 337 1019, 1032, 1033, 1046, 1062 

R. r. Hale (1778), 2 Cowp. 728 120 

R. V. Hall (1790), 1 Lewin, C. C. 110 669,579 

R. ». Hall (1838), 8 C. & P. 358 388, 662 

R. V. Halliday (1860), 20 L. J. M. C. 148; 8Cox,C. C. 298; Bell, C. C. 267.. 891 

R. r. Hamp (1852), 6 Cox, C. C. 167 314 

R. V. Handoook (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 229 961 

R. V. Hankins (1849), 2 C. & E. 823 814, 604 

R. V. Haoson (1841), C. & Marsh. 334 ; 2 Moo. C. C. 245 80 

R. t. Hapgood and Wyatt (1870), 11 Cox, C. C. 471 206 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clvii 

PAoa 
R. V. Harbome (1835), 2 N. ft M. 341 ; 2 A. & E. 540 ; 1 H. 1 W. 36. .106, 178 

R. r. Harding (1842), 1 Ann. M. & O. 340 673 

R. p. HaTdwick (1809), 11 East, 685 385, 386, 493, 494, 496 

R. r, Hardwick (1811), 1 C. & P. 98, n. (*) 666 

R. r. Hardy (1794), 24 How. St. Tr. 704. .248, 383, 384, 385, 613, 614, 927, 044 

R. f». Hare (1876), 13 Cox, C. C. 174 627 

R. r. Hargrraye (1831), 5 C. & P. 170 638 

R. «. Harringworth (1816), 4 M. & Sel. 363 1208 

R,». Harris (1680). 7 How. St. Tr. 926 252 

R.V. Harris (^1832), 1 Moo. C. C. 338 284, 679 

R.r. Harris C1836), 7 C. & P. 429 246,943 

R. ». Harris <1850), 4 Cox, C. C. 440 336 

R. 9. Harris <1860), 8 Cox, C. C. 333 1'20 

R. ». Harris (1864), 4 F. ft F. 342 248 

R. r. HaiTi8»n(1692), 12 How. St. Tr. $51 330, 340 

R. f. HarriscHi(I834), 2 Lew. C. C. 118 246 

R. f. Harrim (1822), 5 B. ft Aid. 926 629 

R. r. Harrisson (1846), 2 New Sess. Cas. 490 996 

R. r, Hartington (1865), 4 E. ft B. 780 1106, 1131 

R. r. Harvey (should be Harney) (1827), 2 B. ft C. 257 ; 3 D. ft B. 464 . . 109 

R.r. Harvey (1850), 4 Cox, C. C. 441 332 

R. V. Harvey (1871), L. R. 1 C. C. 284 ; 40 L. J. M. C. 63; 23 L. T. 856; 

19 W. R. 446; 11 Cox, C. 0. 662 264 

R.». Harvey (1874), 44 L. J. M. C. 1 ; L. R. 10 Q. B 46 1137 

R. p. Haslingfield(1814), 2M. ftSel. 568; 15R. B. 350 1039 

R. r. Hastings (1836), 7 C. ft P. 152 633 

R. V. Hatfield (1835). 4 A. ft E. 156 112, 118 

R. 9. Hauffbton (1853), 1 £. ft B. 512 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 101 ; 22 L. J. M. C. 

89; 17 Jiir. 455 89, 1109, 1141 

R. f. Hawes (1847), 1 Den. C. C. 270 1170 

R. 9. Hawkins (1808), 10 East, 211 ; 2 Dow, 124 ; 14 B. R. 129 105 

R.9. Haworth (1830_), 4 C. ft P. 254 289, 318, 319, 583 

R.».Hay (I860), 2F. ft F. 4 596 

R. V. Hay, Dr., Stanwix's case (1767), 1 W. Bl. 640 175 

R. f. Hayes (1838), 2 H. ft Bob. 156 273 

R.«.Haynes(1815), 4M. ft S. 214 208 

R r. Havward (1833), 6 C. ft P. 157 468 

R. «. Haywaid (1846), 2 C. ft Eir. 234; 1 Den. C. C. 166 604 

R. ». HazeU (1810), 13 East, 141 131 

R. 9. Hazy (1826), 2 C. ft P. 458 263, 278 

R. r. Heaiey (1824), 1 Moody, C. C. 1 202 

R.«.Heam(1841), C. ft Marsh. 109 663, 668, 578 

R.r. Heame (1830), 4 C. ft P. 215 562 

R. 9. Heath (1744), 18 How. St. Tr. 123 899 

R. V. Hebden (1738), Andr. 389 88, 1114 

R.f. Hedges (1767), 28 How. St. Tr. 1367 924 

R. r. Heesom (1878), 14 Cox, CO. 14,40 237, 332 

R.ff. Helling (1716-16), 1 Str. 8 131, 132 

R. V.Henderson (1841), 2 Moo. C. C. 192 ;..'. 1126 

R. V. HendoQ (undated), cited arg^uendo, 9 C. ft P. 255 438 

R. 9, Henwood (1870), 11 Cox, C. C. 626 ; 22 L. T. 486 236 

R. r. Herefordshire, JJ., £x parte Humphreys (1850), 19 L. J. M. C. 189; 

1L.M. &P. 323 986 

R. p. Henington (1864), 3 New B. 468 1159 

R. 9. HerBtmonoeaux (1827), 7 C. ft B. 555 681 

R.9.Hew6tt(1842), C. & Marsh. 534 663,666, 667 

R. ♦. Hcwins (1841), 9 C. ft P. 786 196 

R. •. Heydon (1762), 1 W. Bl. 861 997 

R.«.Hickling(1846), 7Q. B. 880; 15 L. J. M. 0. 23 1100, 1103, 1108 

R. •. Hickman (1784), 2 East, P. C. 593 202 

R.f. Hi«gin8(1829), 2 C. ft P. 603 661 

R.r. Highfield(1828), cited 3 Russ. C. ft M. 479 683 

R. f. Higwn (1849), 2 C. ft K. 769 577 

Vbi. I, mda wiihpag§ 685. 



Clviii TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAQI 

R. V. Hill (1838), 8 0. & P. 276 80 

R. r. Hill (1861), 21>en. 0. C. 254; 20 L. J. M. 0. 222 26.896 

R. r. HUlam (1872), 12 Cox, 0. 0. 174 683,966 

R. V. Hinckley (1810), 12 East, 361 130 

R. V. Hinckley (1863), 32 L. J. M. 0. 168 ; 3 B. & S. 886 ; 8 L. T. 270; 

11 W. R. 663; 9 Jiir. N. S. 1064 305 

R. r. Hind (1860). 29 L. J. M. 0. 147 ; 8 Cox, 0. C. 300 466 

R. r. Hinley (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 624 238 

R. V, Hinxman (1791), cited 1 Leaoh, 0. 0. 310, 311, n 679 

R. V. Hiret (1828), 1 Low. C. 0. 46 676,680 

R. r. Hodge (1838), 2 Lewin, C. C. 227 68 

R. r. Hodgkias (1836), 7 C. & P. 298 260,942 

R. V. Hodgson (1812), R. & R. 211 257,951,967 

R. V. Hodgson (1831), 1 Lowin, 286 217 

R. V, Hogg (1833), 60. & P. 176 329 

R. V. Hogg (1841), 2M. &Rob. 380 216 

R. V. Holbrook (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 60 : 4 Q. B. D. 42 ; 13 Cox, 0. 0. 660 ; 

14 Cox, 0. 0. 186; 47 L. J. Q. B. 35; 48 L. J. Q. B. 113 ; 37 L. T. 

630; 39L. T. 636; 26 "W. R. 144; 27 "W. R. 313 107.687 

R. r. Holden (1838), 8 0. & P. 609 943,958 

R. V. HoU (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 676 ; 50 L. J. Q. B. 763 ; 46 L. T. 69; 46 

J. P. 63 963 

R. V. HoUlngberry (1825), 4 B. & 0. 329; 6 Dowl. & R. 346 203 

R. r. HoUond (1794), 6 T. R. 607 ; 2 R. R. 678 208 

R. V, Holmes (1843), 1 0. & Kir. 248 872 

R. ©.Holmes (1861), 2 F. &F. 788 897 

R. V. Holmes and Furness (1871), 41 L. J. M. 0. 12 ; 12 Cox, 0. 137 ; 

L. R. 10. 0. 334. 267, 950,961,967 

R. r. Holt (1793), 6 T. R. 436 15,20,1093 

R. 9. Holt (1836), 7 0. & P. 618 81 

R. V. Holt (I860), 30 L. J. M. 0. 11 ; Bell, 0. 0. 280 ; 8 Cox, 0. 0. 411 ; 

6 Jut. N. S. 1121 ; 3 L. T. 310 ; 9 W. R. 74 247 

R.r. Holy Trinity, HuU (1827), 7 B. &C. 611; 1 M. & R. 444 288 

R. V. Hood (1830), 1 Moo. 0. 0. 281 888 

R. V. Hook (1857), Dean. & Bell, 606 ; 8 Cox, 0. 0. 5 629 

R. V. Hooper (1842), cited 3 Russ. 0. & M. 509 679 

R. r. Hopes (1835), 7 0. & P. 136: 1 M. & Rob. 396 678 

R. V. Home (1777), 20 How. St. Tr. 664 274, 276, 276 

R. V, Home Tooke (1794), 26 How. St. Tr. 120 526, 923, 1220 

R. V. Hostmen of Newcastle (1744-6), 2 Str. 1223 994, 997 

R. r. Hough (1806), R. &R. 122 246 

R. V. Houlton (1823), 1 Jebb, 0. 0. 24 889,892 

R. V, Howard (1832), 1 M. & Rob. 187 147 

R. V. Howell (1846), I 0. & K. 689; 1 Den. 0. 0. 1 468 

R. V, Howes (1834), 6 0. & P. 404 667 

B,.v. Hubbard (1881), 14 Cox, C. 0. 565 468 

R. r. Hucks(1816), 1 Stark. N. P. R. 523 26.60 

R. V, Huet (1798), 2 Lea. 821 679 

R. 9. Hughes (1813), 2 Lew. 0. 0. 229 ; 1 Russ. 0. & M. 147 166 

R. V. Hughes (1832), 5 C. & P. 126 213 

R. V. Hughes (1839), 1 Crawf. & D. 0. 0. 13 1018 

R. V, Hughes (1844), 1 0. & K. 619 615 

R r. Hughes (I860), 29 L. J. M. 0. 71 239 

R. V. Huloott (1796), 6 T. R. 583 132, 1137 

R. r. Hull (1860), 2 F. & F. 16 78 

R. V. Hulme (1870), L. R. 5 Q. B. 377 ; 39 L. J. Q B. 149 962 

R. V. Humphries (1829), cited 3 Russ. 0. & M. 344 318 

R. V. Hunt (1811), 2 Camp. 583; 31 How. St. Tr. 408 203 

R. V. Hunt (1820), 3 B. & Aid. 566 248, 296,383 

R. V. Hunt(l826), 1 Moo. 0. 0. 93 80 

R. r. Hunt (1881), 6 Q. B. D. 300; 60 L. J. M. 0. 36 1140 

R. «. Hunter (1829), 3 0. & P. 691 698 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clix 

pAoa 
B. f. Huntley (1860), 29 L. J. M. 0. 70 ; BcU, C. C. 238 ; 8 Cox, C. C. 

260 ; 1 L. T. 384 ; 8 W. B. 183 ; 6 Jnr. N. 8. 80 1127 

R.«. Hnrley (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 478 278 

R. 9. Hntchina (1880), 5 Q. B. D. 353 ; 6 Q. B. D. 300 ; 49 L. J. M. C. 

64; 42 L. T. 766; 28 "W. R. 696 89, 1073, 1131, 1140 

R.«. Hutohinscm (1822), 2 B. & C. 608, n 465 

R. 9. Hyde (1848), 3 Cox, C. C. 90 335 

R. 9. Ingham (1864), 6 B. & S. 267 ; 33 L. J. Q. B. 183 ; 9 Cox, C. C. 

M8; 10 Jnr. N. S. 968 ; 10L.T.466; 12 W. R. 793 210,213 

R. 9. Ingram (1705), 1 Salk. 384 165 

R. 9. IngB (1820), 33 How. St. Tr. 767 310 

R 9. IfllA of Ely (1850), 15 Q. B. 827 ; 4 New Seas. Cas. 222 ; 19 L. J. 

M. C. 223 ; 14 Jnr. 956 17 

R. 9. Jaokaon (1842). cited 3 Rnss. C. & M. 404 205 

R 9. Jackson (1855), 6 Cox, C. C. 526 883 

R. 9. Jacobs (1 784), 1 Lea. 309 283, 579 

R. «. Jagger (1797), dted 8 Rnra. C. & M. 6v!5 893 

R. 9. Jamea (1823), dted 1 C. ft P. 86 947 

R. r. Jamld (1863), L. & C. 801 ; 9 Cox, C. C. 307 ; 32 L. J. M. C. 268 ; 

9Jnr. N. 8. 629; 8L. T. 616; 11 W. R. 787 209 

R.9. JarTi8(1756), 1 East, 644, n 263 

R 9. Jar?iB (1837), 2 M. & Rob. 40 81, 633, 635 

R 9. Jarvia (1855), 25 L. J. M. C. 30 ; Dean. C. C. 552 ; 7 Cox, C. C. 532 ; 

1 Jnp. N. S. 1114 121 

R. r. JarriM (1867), L. R. 1 C. C. 96 672 

R. ». Jeffriea (1722), 1 Str. 446 20, 1006 

R. «. JeUoote (1819), 2 Stark. R. 483 676 

Rv. JeUyman (1838), 8 C. & P. 601 893 

R. V.Jenkins (1822), R. & R. 492 663, 686 

R. 9. Jenkins (1869), L R. 1 C. C. 187 : 38 L. J. M. C. 82 ; 11 Cox, C. C. 

250 468 

R. 9. Jennings (1858), Dears. & B. C. C. 447 ; 7 Cox, C. C. 397 ; 4 Jnr. 

N. S. 146 : 206, 1129 

R. 9. Jeyes (1835), 3 A. &E. 416 821,822, 824 

R f. John (1790), 1 East, P. C. 367 467 

R. 9. Johnson (1805), 7 East, 65 ; 3 Smith, 94 ; 29 How. St. Tr. 103 ; 

8R.B. 597, and Preface viii 154, 302 

R. 9. Johnson (1827), 1 Moo. C. C. 173 824 

R V.Johnson (1829), 2 C. & K. 355 679 

R.f. Johnson (1846), 2 C. ft K. 394 335, 374 

R. V.Johnson (1847), 2 C. ft K. 355 336, 578 

R V. Johnston (1864), 16 Ir. C. L. R. 60 669 

R V.Johnstone (1798), 2 East, P. C. 786 202 

R.V. Joliffe(1791), 4T. R. 290; 2 R. R. 383 324, 353, 354 

R. V.Jones (1774), 1 Lea. 174 151, 1209 

R. V.Jones (1791), Pea. R. 38 354 

R. V. Jones (1806), 8 East, 31, 451 ; 9 R. R. 368 342 

R V. Jones (1809), 2 Camp. 131 ; 11 Rev. R. 680 ... .16, 18, 67, 147, 237, 585, 

633 

R V. Jones (1809), R. ft R 152 663, 67 1 

R. V.Jones (1827), 2 C. ft P. 629 561 

Rv.Jones(1831), 2B. ftAd. 611 203 

R. V.Jones (1834), 7 C. ft P. 167 826, 829 

R V. Jones (1840), 9 C. ft P. 260 81,822 

R V. Jones (1846), 1 Den. C. C. 166 ; 2 C. ft K. 234 604 

R. V. Jones (1868), 11 Cox, C. C. 358 106 

R. V. Jones (1872), 12 Cox, C. C. 241 572 

R. V. Jones (1883), 52 L. J. M. C. 96 ; 15 Cox, C. C. 284 106,172 

R. V. Jones (1887), 14 Cox, C. C. 3 247 

R. V. Jordan (1838), 9 C. ft P. 1 1 8 99, 273, 274 

R. V. Kain (1883), 15 Cox, C. C. 388 274 

R. V. Ksa (1800), 11 East, 132; 10 R. R. 448 621 

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Clx TABLE OF CAJSES CITED. 

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B. V. Eealey (1851), 2 Den. 68 ; T. & M. 405 ; 6 Cox, G. C. 193 ; 20 L. J. 

M. 0. 67; 16 Jur. 230 202 

K 9. Kelly (1825), 1 Moo. 0. 0. 113; 1 Lew. C. C. 193 218 

R. f . Kelsqr (1832), 1 Dowl. 481 824 

R. V. KOTiilworth (1788), 2 T. R. 599 1108 

B. V. Eenilworth (1845), 2 Sess. Gas. 72 ; 7 Q. B. 652 ; 14 L. J. M. G. 160 ; 

Jur 898 804 

R. V, Kenny (1877), 46 L.'j.' ii! 6. 166 ; 13 Cox, C. 6. 39*7 ; 2 Q. B. b.'so?*; 

36L. T. 36; 26 W. R. 679 165 

R. V, JJ. of Kent (1873), L. R. 8 Q. B. 306 ; 42 L. J. M. G. 112 726 

R.V. Keme(1679), 7 How. St. Tr. 714 518 

R. i;. Kerr (1837), 8 C. & P. 176 669 

R. t. Kiddy (1824), 4 D. & R. 734 835 

R. r. Killniinster (1835). 7 G. & P. 228 78 

R. V, Kimber (1849), 3 Cox, C. G. 223 577 

R. V. King (1788), 2 T. R. 235 997, 1050, 1054 

R. V. Kinglake (1870), 11 Cox, G. G. 499 969 

R. r. Kingsclere (1843), 3 Q, B. 388 : 13 L. J. M. G. 22 ; 3 O. & D. 177.. 1139 
R. V, Kingston, Duch. of (1776), 20 How. St. Tr. 538. n. ; 1 Smith's L. C. 

812 1103, 1104, 1116, 1131, 1132, 1183 

R. r. Kingston (1830), 4 C. & P. 387 563, 664,571 

R. V. Kingston (1806), 8 East, 41 ; 9 R. R. 373 237 

R. r. Kinloch, Sir A. Gordon (1795), 25 How. St. Tr. 937 923 

R. V. Kinloch (1746), 18 How. St. Tr. 402 897 

R. V. Kinsey (1836), 7 G. & P. 447 829 

R. 9. Kitson(1832, should bel853),22L. J. M.G.I 18; Dears. G.G.187..296,314,318 

R. «. Knaptoft (1824), 2 B. & G. 883 1131 

R. v. KniU(1822), 5 B. & Aid. 929, 930, n 629 

R. V. KnoUys (1694), 1 Ld. Raym. 10, 16 18 

R. r. Koops (1837), 6 A. & E. 198 1045 

R. V. Laindon (1799), 8 T. R. 379 755 

R. V, Lallement (1863), 6 Cox, G. G. 204 198 

R. V. Lambe (1784), 2 Lea. 659 579 

R. V. Lambe (1791), 2 Lea. 552 576 

R. V, Lambeth (1845), 5 Q. B. 613 727 

R. V, Lancashire (1843), 3 Q. B. 367; 12 L. J. M. G. 76; 2 O. & D. 7l4.. 1189 

R. r. Landulph (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 393 Ill 

R. V. Langbridge (1849), 1 Den. 448 ; 2 C. & K. 975 ; T. & M. 146 ; 8 Cox, 

G. G. 465 ; 3 New Sees. Gas. 645 ; 18 L. J. M. G. 198 ; 13 Jur. 546 ... . 385 
R. V. Langmead (1864), L. & G. 427 ; 9 Cox, C. C. 464 ; 10 L. T. 360 .. 120 
R. V. Langton (1877), 2 Q. B. D. 296 ; 46 L. J. M. G. 136 ; 36 L. T. 627 ; 

13 Cox, C. C. 349 150, 294,925 

R. V. Larkin (1854), 6 Cox, C. C. 377 ; Dears. G. G. 365 ; 2 G. L. R. 776 ; 

23 L. J. M. C. 125 ; 18 Jur. 530 198 

R. V. Laugher (1846), 2 G. & K. 225 663, 672 

R. r. Lavey (1850), 3 C. & K. 26 47 

R. r. Lavin (1843), Ir. Gir. R. 813 569, 918 

R. V. Layer (1722), 16 How. St. Tr. 214 580, 626, 967, 971 

R. r. Leatham (1861), 3 E. & E. 658 962, 969 

R. r. Ledbetter (1850), 3 G. & K. 108 327 

R. r. Lee (1766), cited 3 Russ. C. & M. 72 626 

R. V.Lee (1838), 2 Lew. G. G. 164 960 

R. V. Lee (1864), 4 F. & F. 63 326, 336,837 

R. V. Leeds (1847), 9 Q. B. 910 1140 

R. r. Leicester JJ. (1826), 4B. & G. 892 992,993 

R. r. Leigh (1840), 10 A. & E. 398 397,404,406, 1109 

R. r. Leominster (1845), 6 Q, B. 640 ; 13 L. J. M. C. 54 728 

R. v. Leonard (1848), 1 Den. 304 ; 3 Cox, C. G. 284 ; 2 C. & K. 614 . . . . 204 

R. r. Levy (1819), 2 Stark. R. 458 210, 237, 2^8 

H.v. Levy (1868), 8 Cox, C. G. 73 1071 

R. V. Lewen(1836), 2 Lew. C. 0. 161 824 

R. r. Lewis (1802), 4 Esp. 225; 2 T. R. 617 947,967 

R. r. Lewis (1833), 9 G. & P. 161 81, 582,688 

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PAOB 

R, V. Ijewia (1840), Aroh. Or. PI. 651 246 

R, V. Lewis (1867), Dears. & B. 326 821, 824 

R. r. Liflrhtfoot (1856), 6 E. & B. 822; 25 L. J. M. G. 115 884 

R. •- LiUeehaU (1845), 7 Q. B. 158; 14 L. J. M. 0. 97 168 

R. r. Liiiffate (1816), 1 Ph. Ev. 410 567 

R. 9. LitUe(1758), 1 Burr. 613 131 

ft. 9. Liverpool, Mayor of (1768), 4 Burr. 2244 1137 

R. «. Llanfeethly (1853), 2E. &B. 940 320 

R. V. LlansTumor (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 616 735 

R. r. Lloyd (1830), 4 0. & P. 238 466 

R. V. Lloyd (1834), 6 0. & P. 393 668 

B.. r. Lockhart (1785), 1 Lea. C. C. 386 ' 585 

R. w.LoUey (1812), R. &R. 237; 16 R. R. 737 1143 

R. V. Lond. & North-Weat. Ry. Co. (1854), 3 E. & B. 443 1102 

R. V. Land. & St Kath. Dock Co. (1874), 44 L. J. Q. B. 4 ; 31 L. T. 588 ; 

23W. R. 136 1001 

R. V. Lond. & South Coast Ry. Co. (1851), 20 L. J. M. C. 145 ; 16 Q. B. 

813 620 

R. V. Long (1833), 6 C. & P. 179 237, 669 

R. V. Long Buckby (1806), 7 East, 45 ; 3 Smith, 92 ; 8 R. R. 695 . . . .131, 133 

R. f. Loom (1827). 1 Moo. C. C. 160 214 

R. r. Loughran (1839), 1 Crawl. & D. C. C. 79 878 

K V. Lowe (1883), 15 Cox, C. C. 286 ; 52 L. J. M. C. 122 ; 48 L. T. 

768 1008 

R. f. Lower Heyford (1840), dted 2 Smith L. C. 363 438 

R. f . Lubbenham (1834), 5 B. & Ad. 968 1170 

R. r. Lucas (1808), 10 East, 235; 10 R. R. 283 993, 994 

R. 9. Luckhurst (1853), 1 Dears. C. C. 245 ; 23 L. J. M. C. 18. . . .563, 568, 671 

R. V. Luffe (1807), 8 East, 202 ; 9 R. R. 406 ; Preface vii 15, 101, 621, 622 

R. f. Lumley (1869), L. R. 1 C. C. 196 ; 38 L. J. M. C. 86 ; 11 Cox, C. C, 

274; 20L. T. 454; 17 W. R. 085 106, 170 

R. f. Lunny (1854), 6 Cox. C. C. 477 375 

R. r. Lyon (1824), Ry. & M. 161 209 

R. V. M'Anemey (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 270 216 

R.r. Macclesfield (1726), 16 How. St. Tr. 1252, 1391 900 

R. V. Macclesfield (1849), 13 Q. B. 881 1140 

R. V, Macclesfield, Ld. (1725), 16 How. St. Tr. 1146 960 

R. 9. M'Caflerty (1866-7). I. R. 1 C. L. 363 385 

R.r. M'Conkey (1841), Ir. Cir. R. 77 213 

R. r. M'Cue (1831), Jebb, C. C. 120 1117 

R. r. M*Culley (1838), 2 Moo. C. C. 34; 2 Lew. C. C. 272 214 

R.r.M'Donald(1841), Arm. M. &0. 112 1018 

R r. M'Govem (1852), 5 Cox, C. C. 506 579 

R V. Machen (1849), 14 Q. B. 74; 18 L. J. M. C. 213 1140, 1159, 1160 

R. r. M'Hugh ( 1 857), 7 Cox, C. C. 483 582 

Rf. Mackay (1868), 11 Cox, C. C. 148 468 

R. V, McKenna (1842), Ir, Cir. R. 416 202, 382 

R. V, Macpherson (1869), 39 L. J. P. C. 59 ; L. R. 3 P. C. 268 ; 23 L. T. 

101 ; 18 W. R. 1053 203 

R. V. M^Pherson (1857), 26 L. J. M. C. 134 ; Dears. & B. 197 206 

R. V. MagUl (1799), cited McNally, Ev. 38 569 

R. V. Magill (1842), Ir. Cir. R. 418 636 

R. r. Mainwaring (1857), 26 L. J. M. C. 10 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 192 ; Dears. 

4 B. 132 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 1236 129, 295, 1053, 1056 

R. c. Mainwaring (1868), E. B. ft E. 474 ; 27 L. J. M. C. 278 78 

R V. Mallett (1830), cited 3 Ruhs. C. ft M. 492 576 

R. r. Mallory (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 33 ; 53 L. J. M. C. 134 ; 50 L. T. 429 ; 

32 W. R. 721 ; 48 J. P. 487 ; 15 Cox, C. C. 456 498 

R. V. Manning (1849), 2 C. & K. 887, 903 166 

R. r. Mansfield (1841), 1 Q. B. 444 ; 1 G. ft D. 7 ; 5 Jur. 505 .. .101, 106, 422, 

621 
R. ». Mansfield (1881), 14Cox, 689 671 

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FAOB 

R. t;. Mariquita & New Granftda Mining Co. (1858), 26 L. J. Q. B. 67 ; 1 

El. &E1. 289; 6 Jur. N. 8. 725 1001 

R. V. Marley (1842), cited 2 Ruas. 0. & M. 289 208 

R. V. Mareden (1829), M. & M. 439 275 

R. V. Marah (1837), 6 A. & £. 236 ; 1 N. & P. 187; 2 H. & W. 366 ...615, 617 

n.v. Marshall (1841), C. & Mareh. 147 329 

R. V. Martin (1809), 2 Camp. 100 ; 11 R. R. 674 1060, 1174 

R. V. Martin (1832), 6 C. & P. 128 218, 257 

R. V. Martin (1834), 6 C. & P. 562 950 

R. t;. Martin (18fi9), L. R. 1 C. C. 214 ; 11 Cox, C. C. 343 251 

R. V. Martin (1872), L. R. 1 C. C. 378 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 204 ; 41 L. J. M. C. 

113 865 

R. V. Mashiter (1837), 6 A. & E. 153 ; 1 N. & P. 314 768 

R. V. Mathews (1793), 5 T. R. 162 203 

R. V, May (1880), 49 L. J. M. C. 67 ; 6 Q. B. D. 882 1160 

B..V. Mayhew (1834), 6 C. & P. 315 627 

R. V. Mazagora (1815), R. & R. 291 80 

R. V, Mead (1758), 1 Burr. 642 893 

R. V. Mead (1824), 2 B. & C. 608 ; 4 Dowl. & R. 120 465 

R. V. Medley (1834), 6 C. & P. 292 107 

R. V. Meg8on(1840),9C. & P. 420 376,468 

R. r. Merceron (1818), 2 Stark. R. 366 588 

n.v. Meroh. TaUors' Co. (1831), 2 B. &Ad. 128 993, 994, 995 

R. r. MerthyrTidvil(1830), 1 B. & Ad. 29 285 

R. r. Middlehurst (1757), 1 Burr. 400 203 

R. r. Middlesex (1850), 1 L. M. & P. 621 727 

R. V. Middlesex J J., Re Bowman (1834), 5 B. & Ad. 1113 988 

R. V, MidJam (1765), 3 Burr. 1720 992 

R. t;. Millard (1813), R. & R. 245 246, 247 

R. V. MUler (1772), 2 W. Bl. 797 14 

R. V. Miller (1850), 4 Cox, C. C. 166 336 

R. V. Miller (1879), 14 Cox, C. C. 356 1129 

R. V. Mills (1833), 6 C. & P. 146 563, 571 

R. V. Milne (undated), cited 2 B. & Aid. 606, n. (a) 909 

R. r. Milnes (1860), 2 F. & F. 10 1014 

R. V. MUton (1843), 1 C & K. 58 403 

R. V. Minton (1785), 2 Ea«t, P. C. 1021 202,468 

R. V. Mitchell (1818), 2 Stark. Ev. 307, n. (r) 148 

R. t'. Mitchell (1852), 2 Den. 468 ; 3 C. & K. 181 ; 21 L. J. M. C. 135. .206, 1129 

R. V. Mitchell, (1892) 17 Cox, C. C. 503 Add. [336], 889, 465, 468, 523 

R. V. Mockford (1868). 11 Cox, C. C. 10 ; 17 L. T. 682 ; 16 W. R. 375 . . 121 

R. V. Mogg (1830), 4 C. & P. 364 248 

R. V. Moore (1831), cited 3 Russ. C. & M. 509 679 

R. V. Moore (1852), 3 C. & K. 153 ; 2 Den. C. C. 522; 21 L. J. M. C. 199. . 563 
R. V. Moore, (1892) 61 L. J. M. C. 80 ; 66 L. T. 126; 40 W. R. 304 ; 

66 J. P. 345 ; 17 Cox, C. C. 468 902, 908 

R. V. Moores (1836). 7 C. & P. 270 634 

R. V. Moors (1801), 6 East, 421, n 295 

R. V. Morgan (1852), 6 Cox, C. C. 107 294 

R. r. Morgan (1875), 14 Cox, C. C. 337 467 

R. t; Morris (1761), 2 Burr. 1189 1013 

R. V. Morris (1 792) , 4 T. R. 652 131 

R. V. Morris (1840), 9 C. & P. 347 211 

R. V. Morris (1867), 35 L. J. M. C. 85; L. R. 1 C. C. 93 1126. 1131 

R. V. Morse (1838), 8 C. & P. 606 578 

R. V. Mortlock (1845), 7 Q. B. 459 ; 2 New Sess. Cas. 108 ; 14 L. J. M. C. 

153; 9 Jur. 621 817 

R. r. Morton (1816), 4 M. & Sel. 48 303 

R. f. Morton (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 614 563, 572 

R. V. Mosey (1784), 1 Lea. 266, n 683 

R. r. Mosley (1825), 1 Moo. C. C. 97 213,467, 468 

R. V. Mothersell (1707), 1 Str. 93 1050. 1 175 

R. r. Mudie(1831), 1 M. & Rob. 128 628 

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IL V. MmuOow (1895), 16 B. (Mar.) 382 ; (1895) 1 Q. B. 758 ; 72 L. T. 301 ; 

4^W. R. 496 Add. [80] 

"R. t;. Harlis (1829), M. & M. 515 942 

R,!?. Murphy (1763), 9 How. St. Tr. 724 974 

R. ». Murphy (1837), 8 C. & P. 310 148, 383, 384, 917, 921, 1220 

R. r. Murphy (1841), 1 Arm. M. & O. 206 468, 945 

R. r. Mniphy (1859 , 28 L. J. 0. P. 53 1127 

R. «. Murphy (1876), 13 Cox, C. C. 298 80 

R. V. Muauot (1713), 10 Mod. 194 627 

R. V. Muaaon (1868), 27 L. J. M. 0. 100 ; 8 E. & B. 900 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 

Ill 112 

R. V. MytUm (1860), 2 E. & E. 667 ; 29 L. J. M. C. 109 396, 430 

R. V. Napper (1824), 1 Moo. C. C. 44 209 

R. r. Neal(1836). 7 C. & P. 168 636 

R. V. Nether Hallam (1864), 6 Cox, C. C. 435 1141 

R. r. Ketherthong(l813), 2 M. & Sel. 337 87, 432 

R. r. Neville (1791), Pea. R. 91 649, 552 

R. 9. NeviUe (1862), 6 Cox, C. C. 69 198 

R. r. NewboDlt (1872), 41 L. J. M. C. 63; L. R. 1 C. C 344 ; 25 L. T. 

883; 20 W. R. 343; 12 Cox, C. C. 148 217 

R. r. Newman (1822, should he 1863), 1 E. & B. 268 ; 3 C. & Ear. 262 ; 

22 L. J. Q. B. 156 687 

R. «. Newman (1862), 2 Den. 390; 3 C. & K. 240 523, 918, 1034 

R. V.Newton (1843), 2 M. & Boh. 603 2Ud 

R. •. Newton (1844), 1 C. & K. 480 147 

R. •. Newton (1859), 1 F. & F. 641 335 

R. p. Nicholas (1846), 2 C. & K. 246 3G7, 898 

R. r. NichoUs (1838), 1 F. & F. 61 247 

R. If. Nioolaa (1862), 6 Cox, C. C. 121 468 

R. •. Niahett (1863), 6 Cox, C. C. 320 246 

B.«. Noakes (1832), 6C. &P. 326 635 

R. r. NorthleachandWitneyBoadBTru8teee(1834), 3 A. & £.477; 6N. & 

M 344 999 

B. 9. North Petherton' (1826), SB.' & 1170 

R. r. North Redhnm (1784), Cald. 462 306 

B. r. Norton (1823). R. & R. 510 216 

B. 9, Norwich Road Trustees (1836), 6 A. & E. 663 ; 1 N. & P. 32 ; 2 H. 

&W. 386 1137 

B. r. Nuneham Courtney (1801), 1 East, 373 368 

B. 9. Nnte (1842), 3 Russ. C. & M. 458 ; 6 Peters, Ahr. 82 667 

B. •. O'Coigly (1798), 26 How. St. Tr. 1 361 967 

B. 9. O'Connell (1843-4), Arm. & T. 168 290, 295, 383, 384, 613 

B. r. Oddy (1861), 2 Den. 264 ; T. &. M. 693 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 210 ; 20 L. J. 

M. C. 108; 16 Jur. 617 247 

B. r. O'DonncU (1835), 7 C. & P. 138 829 

B. •. O'Donnell (1867), 7 Cox, C. C. 337 883 

B. «. OUyer (1860), 1 Bell, 218 ; 8 Cox, C. C. 384 ; 80 L. J. M. C. 12 ; 6 

Jur. N. S. 1214 ; 3 L. T. 311 ; 9 W. R. 60 206 

R. 9. Olney, (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 387 755 

K. r. Omant (1864), 6 Cox, C. C. 466 332 

B c. O'Neill (1871), I- R. 6 C. L. 1 210 

R. r. Onsbw and Whalley (1873), 12 Cox, C. C. 358 873 

Br. Orchard (1838), 8 U. & P. 666 218, 943 

R. r. O'Reilly (1832), Ir. Cir. R. 718 670 

R. •. Osborne (1837), 8 C. &P. 113 336 

R. 9. Osborne (1842), C. & Marsh. 624 375 

R. r. Osman (1881), 16 Cox, C. C. 1 468 

R. 9. Otway (1849), 1 Ir. C. L. R. 69 268 

R. 9. Oulton (1836), 6 B. & Ad. 9o8 ; 3 N. & M. 62 ; 3 L. J. M. C. 33 . . 168 

R. 9. Owen (1762), 18 How. St. Tr. 1223, 1227 45 

R. •. Owen (1826), 1 Moo. C. C. 1 18 209 

R. c. Owen (1830), 4 C. & P. 236 164 

R, 9. Owen (1840), 9 C. & P. 238 680, 682 

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R. V. Owen (1888), 20 Q. B. D. 829 ; 36 W. R. 676 ; 67 L. J. M. 0. 46 ; 

68L. T. 780; 62 J. P. 682; 16 Cox, 0. C. 397 885 

R. V. Oxford (1819), R. & R. 382 202 

R. V. Oxford (1840), 9 C. & P. 625 213 

R. V. Packer (1829), cited 3 Russ. C. & M. 605 579 

R. r. Padstow (1832), 4 B. & Ad. 208 ; 1 N. & M. 9 ; 2 L. J. M. C. 16 .. 287 

R. V. Page (1788), 6 Esp. 83 84. 283 

R. V. Page (1798), 2 Esp. 649, n. 1034 

R. V. Pain (1826), 7 D. & R. 678 ; 6 B. & C. 251 131 

R. f7. Paine (1696), 1 Salk. 281; 5 Mod. 163 333 

R. V. Paine (1834), 7 C. & P. 136 821 

R. c?. Painter (1846), 2 0. & K. 319 835 

R. V. Palmer (1851), 6 Cox, 0. C. 236 958 

R. V. Pamenter (1872), 12 Cox, C. C. 177 669, Add. [590] 

R. V. Parker (1783), 3 Dong:. 242 976 

R. r. Parker (1842), C. & Marah. 639 628.630 

R. V. Parker (1861), L. & Cave, 42: 8 Cox, C. C. 465 563 

R. V. Parker (1862), York Summer Assizes, 1862 832 

R. V. Parker (1864), 33 L. J. M. C. 135 ; 1 L. & C. 459 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 475 78 
R. V. Parker (1870), L. R. 1 C. C. 225 ; 11 Cox, C. C. 478 ; 39 L. J. M. C. 

60; 21L. T. 724; 18 W. R. 353 336 

R. r. Parratt (1831), 4 C. &. P. 670 563, 671 

R. V. Parry (1837), 7 C. & P. 836 238, 985, 1127 

R. V. Parsons (1866), 35 L. J. M. C. 167 ; L. R. 1 C. C. 24 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 

243 1071 

R. V. Partridge (1836), 7 C. & P. 551 120, 571 

R. V. Payne (1872), 41 L. J. M. C. 65 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 118 ; L. R. 1 C. C. 

349 883 

R. f7. Peace"(i826)V3'B!&Aid.*679 '.!'.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 217 

R. t;. Peacock (1870), 12 Cox, C. C. 21 331 

R. V. Pearce (1791), Pea. 75 241 

R. V. Poarce (1840), 9 C. & P. 668 898 

R. V. Peat (1838), 2 Lew. C. C. 288 890 

R. p. Pedley (1784), 1 Lea. C. C. 325 930 

R. v. Peel(18C0), 2 F. & F. 21 468, 959 

R. V Pegler (1833), 5 C. & P. 621 960 

R. V. Penge (1793), Nolan's Rep. 176 1139 

R. t\ Perkin (1840), 2 Moo. C. C. 139 897 

R. r. Perkins (1840), 9 C. & P. 395 ; 2 Moo. C. C. 135 468 

R. V. Perranzabuloe (1844), 3 Q. B. 400 ; 3 G. & D. 315 ; 13 L. J. M. C. 

47 788, 1 139 

R. V. Perry (undated), cited Ry. & M. 352 888 

R. V. Potcherini (1856), 7 Cox, C. C. 79 383 

R. t'. Petrie (1856), 24 L. J. Q. B. 167 ; 4 E. & B. 737 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 752 124 

R. r. Philips (1837), 8 C. & P. 736 100 

R. V. Phillips (1818), R. & R. 369 202,283 

R. p. Phillips (1829), cited 3 Russ. C. & M. 505 679 

R. V.Phillips (1829), 1 Lew. C. C. 105 247 

R. V. Phillpott (1851), 2 Den. 308 1045 

R. V. Philp (1830), iMoo. C. C. 263 80 

R. V. Pickford (1830), 4 C. & P. 227 46 

R. V. Picton (1806), 30 How. St. Tr. 536—540, 864—870 51, 936, 937 

R. V. Piddlehiiiton (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 460 306 

R. V. Pike (1829), 3 C. & P. 598 467 

R. r. Pikesley (1839), 9 C. & P. 124 677, 680 

R. r. Pilkington (1844), 5 Q. B. 662; 1 New Sess. Cas. 90 ; 13 L. J. M. C. 

61 ; 8 Jut. 267 153 

R. r. Pitcher (1817), 1 C. & P. 85 947 

R. t'. Pitts (1K39), 8C. &P. 771 216 

R. r. Plant (1836), 7 C. & P. 575; 1 Moo. C. C. 477 1127 

R. V. Plumer (1814), R. & R. 264 164 

R. V. Plummer (1844), 1 C. & K. 604; 8 Jur. 921 334 

R. V. Plymouth, &c. Ry. Co. (1889), 37 W. R. 334 915 

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&.«.Po1lud(l838), 8C. &F. 653 165 

B. v.Ponsonby (1844), 3 Q. B. 14; 1 Gale & D. 713; 6 Jar. 642 4 

R. *. Pook (1871), 13 Cox, CO. 172 378 

R. r. Potter (1829), 7 C. & P. 660, n 334 

R. f7. Pountney (1836), 7 C. & P. 302 663, 664 

R. V. Povey (1856), 22 L. J. M. C. 19 ; Dears. 0. C. 32 ; 17 Jur. 120.. 7, 936, 937 

R. V. PoweU(1854), 3 E. & B. 377 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 199 122 

R. «. Powia, Earl (1678-86), 7 How. St. Tr. 1384, 1468, 1562 900 

R. V. Preaaly (1833), 3 C. & P. 183 676,580 

R. V. PreBton (1848), 12 Q. B. 816, 825, 826 131 

R. r. Pteeton, Ld. (1791), 12 How. St. Tr. 668 ; Post. C. L. 228 900, 985 

R. r. Price (1837), 8C. &P. 19; 7 Cox, C. C. 405 165, 968 

R. V. Prinffle (1840), 2 M. & Rob. 276 16, 18 

B. V. Pritdbaid (1867), 30 L. J. M. C. 169 ; L. & C. 34 ; 8 Cox, C. C. 461 ; 

7 Jup. N 8. 557; 4L. T. 340; 9 W. R. 971 199 

R, V. Puddifoot (1829), 1 Moo. C. C. 247 214 

R. r. Purefoy (1794), Pea. Eyid. 61 n. (5th ed.) 340 

R, «. Pumell (1748-9), 1 W. Bl. 37; 1 WiU. 239 997 

R. c. P3re(1790), 2Ea8t, P. C. 786 202 

R- •. Qualter (1854), 6 Cox, C. C. 357, 468 

R. «. Queen'BCt7.JJ.,ReFeehan(1882),10L.R.Ir.294; 15Cox,C.C.149..483,884 

R. 9, Quigley (1842), Ir. Cir. R. 677 376 

R. 9. Qmn (186S), 3 F. & F. 818 959 

R. r. Radley (1849),- 1 Den. 450 ; 3 New Sees. Caa. 651 ; T. & M. 144 ; 

2 C. & K. 974 ; 3 Cox, C. C. 460 ; 18 L. J. M. C. 184 ; 13 Jur. 544 ... 202 
R. 9. Ramsay (1883), 15 Cox, C. C. 231 ; 1 C. & E. 126 ; 48 L. T. 733 . . 107, 587 

R. V, Ramsbottom (1787), 1 Lea. 25, n 1045 

R. r. Ramaden (1827), 2 C. & P. 604 927, 960 

R. 9. Ratdifle (1832), 1 Lewin, C. C. 122 1102 

R. r. Ratcliffe Culey (1846), 2 New Seas. Cas. 362 578 

R. «^. Rawden (1828), 8 B. & C. 708 ; 3 M. & R. 426 284 

R. r. Rawden (1834), 2 A. & E. 168 303 

R. 9. Read (1839), 9 A. & E. 619 ; IP. &D. 413 630 

Rv. Reader (1830), 4 C. & P. 246; 1 M. C. C. 239 1140 

R 9. Reading (1679), 7 How. St. Tr. 796 966 

R. 9. Reading (1734), Casee temp. Hardw. 79 ....621, 622 

R r. Reading (1836). 7 C- & P. 649 578 

R 9. Reaney (1857), Dears. & Bell, 151 ; 26 L. J. M. C. 43 ; 7 Cox, C. C. 209.. 468 

R. 9, Reaiden (1864), 4 F. & F. 76 236 

R. r. Reason (1734), 1 Str. 499 ; 16 How. St. Tr. 1 469, 470, 579 

R. 9. Reason (1872), 12 Cox, C. C. 228 572 

R.9. Reed (1829), M. &M. 403 283,680 

R. 9. Bees (1789, ahoDld be 1834), 6 C. & P. 606 148 

B. r. Bees (1832), 6 C. & P. 302 ^ 824 

B. 9. Bees (1836), 7 C & P. 669 569 

. Beere (1872), L. R. 1 C. C. 362 ; 41 L. J. M. C. 92; 12 Cox, C. C.179. . 572 

. Beg. ol Deeds for Middlesex (1859), 28 L. J. Q. B. 77 731 

. Beid (1829), M. & M. 403 586 

. Beilly (1843), Ir. Cir. R. 795 1033 

. Bomnant (1807), 5 T. R. 169 959 

. Rhodes (1742), 1 Lea. C. C. 24 1049, 1172 

. Richaids(l828}, 8 B. & C. 420 824 

. Bichaids (1832), 1 M. &Rob. 177 667, 571 

. Richards (1 866), 4 F. & F. 860 336 

. Richardson (1860), 2 F. & F. 343; 8 Cox, C. C. 848 209 

. Richardson (1863), 3 F. & F. 693 614 

. Riokman (1789), 2 East, P. C. 1034 121 

. Ridley (1823), R. & R. 515 209 

. Rigg (1866), 4 F. & F. 1085 340 

r. Riley (1851), 8C. &K. 116 336 

R. r. Riley (1887), 18 Q. B. D. 481 : 56 L. J. M. C. 52 ; 66 L. T. 371 ; 

36 W. R. 382 960 

B. V. Ring (1800), 8 T. R. 585 ; 5 R. R. 478 833 

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B. V, Rishworth (1842), 2 Q. B. 487 ; 1 G. & D. 597 ; 11 L. J. M. G. 34. . 414 

R. V, Rivera (1835), 7C. &P. 177 283, 580 

R. 9. Roadley (1880), 14Ck)z,0.G. 468; 49 L. J. M. G. 88 ; 42L.T.515.. 100 

R. V. Roberta (1808), 1 Gamp. 399 253 

R. V. Roberts (1848), 2 G. & Bar. 614 630 

R. V, Roberts (1873), 14 Gox, G. G. 101 147, 1023 

R. r. Robey (1833), 5 G. & P. 562 825 

R. V. Robins (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 512 267, 951 

R. V. Robinson (1796), 2 Leach, G. G. 765, 765 46, 248 

R. V. Robinson (1817), Holt, N. P. R. 595 215 

R. p. Robinson (1828), 1 Lew. G. G. 129 826 

R. V. Robinson (1839), 1 Grawf. & D. G. G. 329 1031, 1033, 1034 

R. r. Robinson (1840), 12 A. &E. 672; 4 P. & D. 391 1073 

R. V. Robinson (1867), L. R. 1 G. G. 80; 36 L. J. M. G. 78 966 

R. p. Roche (1776), 1 Lea. 134; B.N. P. 245 1153 

R. r. Roche (1841), G. & Mar. 341 676, 585 

R. p. Roddam (1777), 2 Gowp. 672 838 

R. p. Roden (1874), 12 Gox, G. G. 630 237 

R. p. Roebuck (1855), Dears. & B. 24 ; 7 Gox, G. G. 126 ; 26 L. J. M. G. 

101: 2Jur.N.S.697 247 

R. p. Rook (1762), 1 Wils. 340 , 621 

R. p. Rookwood (1696), 13 How. St. Tr. 211 971, 973 

R. p. Rooney (1836), 7 G. & P. 517 241, 829 

R. p. Rosa Rue (1876), 13 Gox, G. G. 209 666 

R. p. RoseweU (1684), 10 How. St. Tr. 190 920, 960 

R. p. Rosier (1821), 1 Ph. Ev. 410 567 

R. p. Rosser (1836), 7 G. & P. 648 899 

R. p. Row (1809), R. & R. 153 566 

R. p. Rowland (1826), Ry. & M. 401 883 

R. p. Rowley (1825), 1 Moo. C. G. Ill 354 

R. p. Rowton (1865), 34 L. J. M. G. 67 ; L. & Gave, 620 ; 10 Gox, O. G. 

25 ; 11 L. T. 745 ; 13 W. R. 436 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 325 249, 251 

R. p. Rudd (1775), 1 Lea. G. G. 1 27 889 

R. p. Rudge (1805), Pea. Add. Gas. 232 ; 4 R. R. 906 948 

R. p. Rudge (1874), 13 Gox, G. G. 17 1128 

R. p. Russell (18271, 6 B. & G. 666 47 

R. p. Russell, Ld. J. (1839), 7 Dowl. 793 832 

R. p. Ruston (1786), 1 Lea. G. G. 408 i 897 

R. p. Ryan (1839), 2 M. & Rob. 213 81 

R. p. Ryland (1868), 11 Gox, G. G. 101 ; 18 L. T. 638 : 16 W. R. 941 ... . 206 

R. p. Ryle(1841), 9 M. & W. 227; 1 D. N. S. 431; 6 Jur. 238 349 

R. p. Rymer (1877), 2 Q. B. D. 136 ; 46 L. J. M. G. 108 ; 35 L. T. 774 ; 

26 W. R. 415; 13 Gox, G. G. 378 162 

R. p. Rymes(1853), 3 G. & K. 326 198 

R. p. Ryton (1792), 5 T. R. 269 87, 432 

R. p. Sadler (1830), 4 G. & P. 218 816 

R. p. Saffron Hill (1852), 22 L. J. M. G. 22; 1 E. & B. 98 302,303 

R. p. St. Andrew, Penihore (1828), 8 B. & G. 679 158 

R. p. St. Anne, Westminster (1847), 2 New Sees. Gas. 529 ; 9 Q. B. 884 ; 

16 L. J. M. G. 33 1 138, 1 140 

R. p. St. Asaph, Dean of (1783), 21 How. St. Tr. 1039, 1040 23, 46 

R. P.St. George (1840), 9 G. & P. 488 974 

R. p. St. George, JBloomsbnry (1855), 4 E. & B. 620 ; 24 L. J. M. G. 49 . . 1136 

R. p. St. GUes(1853), 22 L.J. M. C. 54; 1 E. & B. 642 1214, 1219 

R. p. St. GUee-in-the-Fields (1844). 5 Q. B. 872; D. & M. 110; 1 New 

Sess. Gas. 137; 13 L. J. M. G. 89; 8 Jur. 467 621 

R. p. St. John (1839), 9 G. & P. 40 209 

R. p. St. Katherine(l831), 5 B. & Ad. 970, n 1170 

R. p. St. Martin's, Leicester (1834), 2 A. & E. 210 ; 4 N. & M. 202 . .289, 924, 

926 927 

R. p. St. Mary, Lambeth (1796), 6 T. R. 615 ; 8 R. R. 236, 240 n06 

R. p. St. Mary, Lambeth (1846), 7 Q. B. 687 ; 2 New Sees. Gas. 36 1139 

R. P.St. Marylebone (1824), 4 Dowl. & R. 475 149 



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R. V . St. Karylebone { 1 836), 6 A. ft E. 268 993 

B. V. St. Mary Magdalen (1853), 2 E. & B. 809 ; 23 L. J. M. C. 1 ; 17 

Jut. 1076 131 

B. 9. St. Maiy, Warwick (1863), 22 L. J. M. C. 109 ; 1 El. & Bl. 816 ; 1 

0. L. R. 192 ; 17 Jur. 651 464 

R. V. St. Manrioe (1851), 16 Q. B. 908 ; 20 L. J. M. C. 221 ; 16 Jur. 659. . 17 

R. v. St. Micbael*B (1848), 12 Q. B. 96 ; 3 New Sees. Gas. 260 678 

R. r. St. Pancrae (1794), Pea. R. 220 1109, 1141 

B. I?. St. Paul, Covent Garden (1845), 7 Q. B. 232 134 

R. V. St. Weonaid's (1834), 6 C. & P. 682 209 

R. r. Saliabury (1838), 8 A. & E. 716 ; 3 N. & P. 476 ; 7 L. J. M. C. 110. . 683 

R. r. Salt (1862), 3 F. & F. 834 246 

R. r. Salter (1804), 6 Esp. 126 248 

R. r. Sanaome (1860), 1 ben. 645 677, 680 

R. r. Savage (1831), 6 C. & P. 143 329 

R. r. Savage (1876), 13 Cox, C. C. 178 293, 937 

B. r. Scaife (1851), 17 Q. B. 242 ; 2 Den. 281 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 243 ; 20 L. J. 

M. C. 229; 16 Jur. 607 328, 330, 332, 469 

B. r. Scallan (1838), Craw. & D. Abr. Gas. 340 468, 470 

B. V. Soammonden (1789), 3 T. R. 476 ; 1 R. R. 752 748, 766 

B. r. ScUesinger (1847), 10 Q. B. 670; 2 Cox, C. C. 200 ; 17 L. J. M. C. 

»; 12 Jur. 283 930 

B. r. Soott (1790), 3 T. R. 604 792 

B. r. Soott (1866), 26 L. J. M. C. 128 ; Dearn. & B. C. C. 47 ; 2 Jur. N. 8. 

1096 683, 966 

B. r. Soott (1877), L. R. 2 Q. B. D. 415; 46 L. J. M. C. 269; 13 Cox, 

594 1041, 1042, 1097 

R. f». Searle (1831), 1 M. & Rob. 75 ,.. 934 

B 9. Sedgelev (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 66 50 

R. r. SeUere(1796), Carr.Cr. L. 233 469 

B «. Serjeant (1826), Rj. & M. 362 888, 889, 893 

B V, Serva (1846), 2 0. & K. 66 906 

R. 9. Sewell (1846), 8 Q. B. 161 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 49 ; 10 Jur. 48 1178 

R. V. Sexton (1822), dted in Joy on Conf . 1 7— 19 568, 576 

R. r. Sliafteebury (1681), 8 How. St. Tr. 817 966 

R. r. Shaw (1823), R. & R. 526 1032, 1097 

R. r. Shaw (1834), 6 C. & P. 372 668, 569 

R. r. Shaw (1867), L. & Care, 579 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 66 ; 34 L. J. M. C. 169 . . 627 

R. 9. Sheehan (1826), Jebb, C. C. 64 633, 634 

R. u. Sheen (1837), 2 C. & P. 765 216 

R. r. Sheerini? (1836), 7 C. & P. 440 821 

R. f». Shellard (1840), 9 C. & P. 279 956, 958 

R. «. SheUey (178^), 3 T. R. 142 ; 1 R. R. 673 993, 997 

B r. Shepherd (1836), 7 C. & P. 679 663, 672 

R. r. Shepherd (1868), 37 L. J. M. C. 46; L. R. 1 C. C. 118 ; 11 Cox, 

C. C. 119; 17L. T. 482; 16 W. R. 373 211 

B 9. Sheppard(1806), R. & R. 169 80 

R. r. Shf-noan (1736), Cases temp. Hardw. 303 883 

R, r. Shipley (1784), 4 Doug. 73, 177 82 

B. r. Shott (1861), 3C. &K. 206 1128 

B. V. Shrimpton (1861), 2 Den. 319 ; 3 C. & Kir. 373; T. & M. 628; 21 

L. J. M. C. 87 ; 6 Cox. C. C. 387 261 

B. r: Shnrmer (1886), 17 Q B. D. 323 ; 66 L. J. M. C. 153 ; 65 L. T. 126; 

34 W. R. 666 ; 60 J. P. 743 338 

R. ». Sidney Westley (1868), 11 Cox, C. C. 139 1073 

R. V, Simmond8(1823), 1 C. & P. 84 943 

R. r. Simons (1834), 6 C. & P. 641 183, 656, 669 

B. 9. Simpson <1738), 2 Ld. Raym. 1379 17 

B. V. Simpson (1834), 1 Moo. C. C. 410 663 

B. V, Sippet (1839), Maidstone Amizes 668 

B.r.8irrell (I860), cited 2 Den. 267 247 

B. V. Skeen and Freeman (1859), 28 L. J. M. C. 91 ; 8 Cox, C. C. 143 ; 

Bell, C. C.97; 7 W. R. 266; 6 Jur. N. S. 161 968 

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R. t;. Skiimer (1772), Lofft, 65 869 

R. r. Slaney (1832), 6 C. & P. 213 960 

R. 9, Slator (1881), 8 Q. B. D. 267 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 246 ; 80 W. R. 410 ; 

46 J. P. 694 962 

R. r. Slaughter (1831), 4 0. & P. 544, n. ffi) 664 

R. V, Slawstone (1852), 18 Q. B. 388 ; 21 L. J. M. C. 145 ; 16 Jnr. 1066.. 727 

R. 9. Sleeman (1853), Dears. & Bell, 249 563, 565, 567 

R. V, Sleep (1861), L. & Cave, 44 ; 8 Cox, C. 0. 472 ; 80 L. J. M. C. 170; 

7 Jur. K. S. 979 ; 4 L. T. 526 ; 9 W. R. 709 264 

R. V. Slogget (1856), Dears, k BeU, 656 ; 25 L. J. M. C. 93 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

1096 588 

R. V. Sloman (1832), 1 Dowl. 618 832 

R. V. Smallpiece (182 1) , 2 Chitty, R. 288 996 

R. V. Smart (1841), Ir. Cir. Rep. 16 240 

R. V. Smith (1783), 1 Lea. 288 1116 

R. V. Smith (1816), 1 Stark. R. 242 680 

R. V. Smith (1817), R. & R. 339 ; 2 Stark. R. 208 ; Holt, N. P. R. 614..326, 339 

R. t>. Smith (1822), cited 1 Ph. Ev. 171 604 

R. «. Smith (1826), 1 Moo. C. 0. 289 888 

R. f>. Smith (1827), 2 C. & P. 633 246 

R. r. Smith (1828), 8 B. & C. 341 1031, 1033 

R. V, Smith (1833), 1 Moo. C. C. 402; 6 0. & P. 151 215 

R. f>. Smith (1842), Ir. C. R. 459 165 

R. V, Smith (1845), 2 C. & K. 207 334 

R. t;. Smith (l849|, 1 Den. 510, 612 ; 2 C. & Kir. 882, 884 46 

R. V. Smith (1855), Dears. 559 ; 7 Cox, C. C. 5 80 

R. 9. Smith (1858), Dears. & Bell, 653 ; 8 Cox, C. C. 27 165 

R. 9. Smith (1866), L. & Cave, 607 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 82 ; 34 L. J. M. C. 

163 469 

R. r. Smithies (1832), 6 C. & P. 332 587 

R. 9. SomersetHhire JJ. (1826). 6 B. & C. 816 1136 

R. 9. Sourton (1836), 6 A. & E. 180 ; 6 N. & M. 575 ; 2 H. & W. 209. ... 621 
R. 9. South Holland Drainage (1844), 8 A. & £. 437 ; 1 P. & D. 79 ; 1 W. 

W. &H. 647 1137 

R. 9. Southampton (1845), 6 Q. B. 513 727 

R. 9. Sow (1843), 4Q. B. 93 625, 1131 

R. 9. Spenoer (1824), Rv. & M, 97 1013, 1014 

R. 9. Spencer (1837), 7 C. & P. 776 564 

R. 9. Spicer (1845), 1 C. & K. 699; 1 Den. C. C. 82 214 

R. 9. Spilsbury (1835), 7 C. & P. 187 468,668, 679 

R. 9. Stafford (1680), 7 How. St. Tr. 1378 929 

R. 9. Staffordshire JJ. (1837), 6 A. & E. 99 981, 992, 993 

R. 9. Stainforth (1845), 11 Q. B. 66 ; 3 New Sess. Cas. 63 ; 17 L. J. M. C. 

25; 12 Jur. 95 180, 131 

R. 9. Stamper (1841), 1 Q. B. 123; 10 L.J. M. C. 78 93 

R 9. Stanley cum Wrenthorpe (1812), 15 East, 350 621 

R. 9. Stanton (1851), 5 Cox, C. C. 324 1181 

R. 9. Staple Fitzpame (1842), 2 Q. B. 494 290 

R. 9. Stapleton(1828), Jebb, C. C. 93 166 

R. 9. Steel (1787), 1 Lea. 452 897 

R. 9. Stephens ^1866), L. R. 1 Q. B. 702 ; 35 L. J. Q. B. 261 ; 10 Cox, 

C. C. 340 ; 7 B. & S. 710 ; 14 L. T. 693 ; 14 W. R. 869 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 

961 107 

R. 9. Stephenson (1862), 31 L. J. M. C. 147; L. k Cave, 166; 9 Cox, 

C. C. 156 382,336 

R. 9. Steptoe(1830),4C. & P. 397 661 

R. 9. Stevenson and Coulter (1851), MS., 4th Maroh, Ireland 883 

H. 9. Steventon (1843), 1 C. & K. 55 209 

R. 9. Stewart (1876), 13 Cox, C. C, 296 1030 

R. 9. Stoke GtoldinfT (1817), 1 B. & A. 173 806 

R. 9. Stoke-upon-Trent (1843), 5 Q. B. 308 ; D. & M. 367 ; 13 L J. Q. B. 

41; 8 Jur. 34 766, 768 

R. 9. Stokes (1850), 4 Cox, C. C. 451 968 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED* clxix 

PAOV 

R. IT. Stone (1796), 6 T. B. 528 382 

R. V. Stonyer (1843), 3 Ruaa. C. & M. 871 237 

R. V. Stourbridge (1828), 8 B. & C. 96 ; 2 M & R. 43 304 

R. f?. Stourton (1836), 6 A. & E. 180 416 

B- •. Straban (1865), 7 Cox, C. C. 86 963 

B. «. Strand Board of Works (1864), 4 B. & S. 626 ; 33 L. J. M. C. 33 ; 

12 W, R. 826 Ill, 112 

K. r. Stretob (1836), 4 Dowl. 30; 3 A. & E. 603 831, 832 

R. ». Stripp (1856), 7 Cox, C. C. 97; Dears. C. C.648 677, 679 

R- «. Stroner (1846), 1 C. & K. 660 943 

R. r. Stiond (1842), 1 C. & K. 187; 2 Moo. C. C. 270 216 

R ff. Stubbe (1866), 26 L. J. M. C. 16 ; Dears. C. C. 666 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

1116 633, 634 

R. V. Sturge (1864), 3 E. & B. 734 ; 23 L. J. M. C. 172 ; 18 Jur. 1052 . . 198 

R. f . Suddis (1801), 1 East, 306 1 103 

R. IF. SuUivan (1874), I. R. 8 C. L. 404 884 

R. V. SulUvan (1887), 20 L. R. Ir. 660 651 

R. 9. Soils (1800), 2 Leach, 861 217 

R. r. Summers (1706), 2 East, P. C. 786 202 

R. V. Surrey (1844), 6 Q. B. 606 727 

R r. SutcUffe (1860), 4 Cox. C. C. 270 660 

R. 9. Sutton (1817), 4 M. & S. 642 3, 89?^, 1092 

R 9. Sutton (1836), 3 A. & E. 697, 612 ; 6 N & M. 363 ; 1 H. & W. 428 164 

R «. Sutton (1838), 8 A. & E. 516; 3 N. & P. 669 397,402 

Rr. Swatkins (1831), 4 C. & P. 648 16, 663, 670 

R. r. Sweqpey (1841), Lr. C. Rep. 366 216 

R.». Swendsen (1702), 14 How. St. Tr. 496 250 

R. 9. Tait (1861), 2 P. & F. 663 332 

R. f. Tauoock (1876). 13 Cox, C. C. 217 1129 

R *. Tanner (1795), 1 Esp. 306 168 

R. •. Tarrant (1833), 6 C. & P. 182 678, 580 

R 9. Tavemer (1809), Carr. Supp. 195 ; 4 C. & P. 413, n. (<?) 246 

R. 9. Taylor (1790), Pea. R. 11 904 

R. r. Taylor (1823), 1 C. & P. 84 n 943 

R. ». Taylor (1832), 6 C. & P. 301 824 

R. 9. Taylor (1839), 8 C. & P. 734 663, 666 

R. 9. Taylor (1868), L. R. 1 C. C. 194 ; 38 L. J. M. C. 106 ; 11 Cox, C. C, 

261 ; 4 F. i F. 611 206 

R r. Teal (1809), 11 East, 809 ; 13 East, 4 ; 10 R. R. 616 877 

R 9. Tew (1866), Dears. C. C. 429 919 

R 9. Thanet, Earl of (1799), 27 How. ftt. Tr. 846 612, 899 

R. 9, Thistlewood (1820), 33 How. St Tr. 691 267, 291, 310 

R ». Thoman (1871), 12 Cox, C. C. 64 211 

R r. Thomas (1794), 2 Lea. C. C. 637 676 

R 9. Thomas (1834), 2 Lea. 877 ; 2 East, P. C. 934 239, 664, 671 

R. ff. Thomas (1837), 7 C. & P. 817 334 

R. r. Thomas (1870), 11 Cox, C. C. 636 824, 1020 

R. V. Thomas (1876), 13 Cox, C. C. 62 1126 

R 9. Thompson (1783), 1 Lea. C. C. 291 663, 671 

R V. Thompson (1826), 1 Moo. C C. 139 ; 1 Lew. C. C. 194 213 

R. V. Thompson (1846), 6 Q. B. 721 998 

R. r. Thompson (1876), 13 Cox, C. C. 181 362 

R. 9, Thompson, (1893) 2 Q. B. 12 ; 62 L. J. M. C. 93 ; 69 L. T. 22 ; 41 

W. R. 625 ; 67 J. P. 312 ; 6 R. 392 562, 663, 671, 673 

R. V. Thompson and others (1872), 41 L. J. M. C. 112 ; L. R. 1. C. C. 377 ; 

12 Cox, d C. 202 888 

R. 9. Thompson and Simpson (1863), 3 F. & F. 824 889 

R r. Thornton (1824), 1 Moo. C. C. 27 568, 669, 671 

R r. Thring (1832), 6 C. & P. 607 1 034 

R. 9. ThurMTOss (1834), 1 A. & E. 126 1169 

R. «. Thnrtell (1822), Alison, Piao. 684 ; Joy on Conf . 84 686 

R. ». Tinckler (1781), 1 East, P. C. 364 467, 468 

R 9. Tkppet (1823), B. & R. 609 669 

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Clxx TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

FAOB 

R. V. Toakley (1866), 10 Cox, C. C. 406 275 

R. f>. Tolflon (1864), 4 F. & F. 73 1071 

R. r. Tomlineon (1834). 6 C. & P. 370 213 

R. V. Tooke(1794), 26 How. St. Tr. 446 1033 

R. r. Toole (1867), Dears. & B. 194 ; 7 Cox, 0. C. 266 : 26 L. J. M. C. 79 ; 

3 Jur. N. S. 420 216, 672 

R. r. Torpey (1871), 12 Cox. C. C. 46 165 

R. V. Totneaa (1849), 11 Q. B. 80; 18 L. J. M. C. 46 132 

R. «. Tower (1816), 4 M. & Sel. 162; 16 R. R. 428 993,994 

R. V, Towey (1860), 8 Cox, C. C. 328 627 

R. r. Townaend (1841), C. & Marsh. 178 148 

R. r. Treble (1810), 2 Taun. 329 1194 

R. V. Trehame (1831), 1 Moo. C. C. 298 210 

R. r. Trenwyth (1841), It. C. R, 172 148 

R. t>. TreTeUi (1882), 16 Cox, C. C. 289 274 

R. r. Trowbridge (1827), 7 B. & C. 262 521 

R. t>. Trueman(1839), 8 a & P. 727 238 

R. r. Tubby (1833). 6 C. & P. 630 588 

R. V Tuberfield (1864), 34 L. J. M. C. 20 ; L. & C. 496 ; 10 Cox, 

C C 1 250 

R. f!. Tuffs (1848) i Den. C.b. 324*',^ 604 

R. V. Turner (1664), 6 How. St. Tr. 613 249, 260.252 

R r. Turner (1816), 6 M. & Sel. 206 266,267 

R. V. Turner (1830), 1 Lew. C. C. 177 218 

R. V. Turner (1832), 1 Moo. P. C. 347; 1 Lew. C. C. 119 628, 686, 1102, 

1116 

R. V. Turner (1848), 2 C. & K. 732 1014 

R. V. Turweston (1830, should be 1850), 16 Q. B. 109 ; 4 Cox, C. C. 349 ; 

20 L. J. M. C. 46 ; 16 Jur. 650 203 

R. r. Tutchin (1704), 14 How. Si. Tr. 1128 45 

R. «. Twyning (1819), 2 B. & A. 386 106 

R. «. Tyler (1823). 1 C. & P. 129 566 

R. r. Tyhjey (1849), 18 L. J. M. C. 37; 1 Den. C. C. 319 6«»4 

R. r. Tymms (1870), 11 Cox, C. C. 646 198 

R. V. Udall(1690), 1 How. St. Tr. 1289 45 

R. t;. Uezzell (see R. v, Eaton). 

R. i?. Ulmer (1860), 4 Cox, C. C. 442 836 

R. r. Unkles (1873), L R. 8 C. L. 60 659 

R. V. Upohuroh (1836), 1 Moo. C. C. 466 ^ 663, 671 

R. r. Upper Boddington (1826), 8 D. & R. 726 321, 697,599 

R. r. Upton Gray (1830), 10 B. & C- 812 127,130 

R. V. Upton-on-Sevem (1833), 6 C. & P. 133 202.209 

R. V. Van ButobeU (1826, should be 1829), 3 C. & P. 631 467, 468 

R. V. Vanderoomb (1796), 2 East, P. C. 614 ; 2 Lea. 708 .. .206, 236, 985, 1126 

R. f>. Vane (1662), 4 How. St. Tr. 123 ; 1 East, P. C. 126 626 

R. ». Varlo (1776), 1 Cowp. 248 791 

R. V. Vaughan (1696), 13 How. St. Tr. 636 624, 625,917 

R. r. Verel8t(1813), 3Camp. 432; 14 R. R. 776 U7 

R. r. Vernon (1872), 12 Cox, C. C. 163 568 

R. V. Vickery (1848), 12 Q. B. 478 ; 3 New Sess. Cas. 193 ; 17 L. J. M. C. 

129; 12Jur.681 888 

R. V, Vidil (1861), 9 Cox, C. C. 4 332,333 

R. v. Vinoent (1771-2), 1 Str. 481 1105,1107 

R. V. Vincent (1839), 9 C. & P. 91 948 

R. r. Vincent (1840), 9 C. & P. 276 378 

R. V. Vinoent (1862), 2 Den. C. C. 464 ; 6 Cox, C. C. 637 ; 3C. & K. 246; 

21 L. J. M. C. 109 ; 16 Jur. 467 198 

R. r. Virrier (1840), 12 A. & E. 324 627 

R. t>. Voke (1823), R. & R. 631 248- 

R. i;. Wade (1826), 1 Moo. G, C. 86 897,898 

R. r. Wainwright (1876), 18 Cox, C. 0. 171 878 

R. V. Waite, (1892) 2 Q. B. 600; 61 L. J. M. C. 187; 67 L. T. 808; 

41 W. R. 80 100 



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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clxxi 

PAOB 

R.V. Wakefield (1804), 6 East, 335; 1 Smith, 512 521 

R.r. Wakefield (1827), 2 Lew. C. C. 279 890, 893 

E. V. Walker (1806), cited 6 C. & P. 162 583 

R.». Walker (1811), 3 Camp. 264 216 

R. r. Walker (1839), 2 M. & Rob. 212 375 

R. r. Walker (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 357 1100, 1131 

R. r. Walker (1859), 1 F. & F. 534 332 

R. r. Walkley (1833), 6 C. & P. 175 562, 564 

R. IT. Wall (1830), 3Ru88. C. & M. 525, 534 329, 340 

R.r. Wallace (1853), 3 Ir. C. L. R. 38 109, 111 

R.». Wallace (1865), 17 Ir. 0. L. R. 206 15 

R.C. Walsh (1843), Lr. Cir. R. 866 566, 571 

R. r. Walah (1850), 5 Cox, C. C. 115 336 

R. r. Walter (1836), 3 Esp. 21 ; 6 R. R. 808 ; Ptefaoe vi 578 

R. r. Ward (1834), 6C.&P. 366 1032 

R. r. Ward (1836), 4 A. & E. 384 47 

R. r. Ward (1864), 10 Cox, C. C. 42 238 

R. r. Wardle (1800), R. & R. 9 202 

R. r. Wardroper (1860), 1 Bell, C. C. 249 ; 8 Cox, C. C. 284 ; 29 L. J. 

H. 0. 116 165 

R. V. Warickshall (1783), 1 Lea. C. C. 263 585 

R. V. Warman (1846), 1 Den. 183; 2 Car. & K. 195 213 

R. 9. Warner (1832), cited 3 Ru88. C. & M. 452, 498 568 

R. r. Warringham (1851), 2 Den. C. C. 447 562, 563 

R ». Warwiokahire (1837), 6 A. & E. 873; 2 N. & P. 153 727 

R. r. Waahbrook (1825), 4 B. & C. 732 1133 

R. c. Watera (1832), 7 C. & P. 250; 1 Moo. C. C. 457 213, 216 

R. r. Waters (1848), 1 Den. 356 ; 2 C. & E. 868 ; 18 L. J. M. C. 53 . . . . 84, 215 

R. r. Watkina (1831), cited 4 C. & P. 550, n. (b) 580 

R.r. Watkinson (1739-40), 2 Str. 1122 610 

R.«. Watson (1788), 2 T. R. 201 ; 1 R. R. 461 310 

R. V.Watson (18U8), 1 Camp. 215 154 

R. r. Watson (1817), 2 Stark. R. 139 ; 32 How. St. Tr. 82 121, 248, 296, 

382, 384, 385, 526, 613, 616, 626, 895, 896, 909, 921, 947, 948, 

970 972 

R.r. Watson (1834), 6 C. & P, 653 959* 977 

R.r. Watson (1851), 3 C. & Kir. Ill 680 

R. V. Watts (1864), 3 New R. 177 ; 33 L. J. M. C. 63 ; L. & Cave, 839 ; 

9 Cox, CO. 395; 9 L. T. 453 ; 12 W. R. 112 335 

R. r. Waverton (1851), 17 Q. B. 562 ; 2 Den. C. C. 340 ; 21 L. J. M. C. 

7; 16Jur.6 209 

R. €. Wavertree (1841), 2 M. & Rob. 253 399 

R. V, Weaver (1873), 43 L. J. M. C. 13 ; L. R. 2 C. C. 85 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 

527 1053, 1066 

R. V. Webb (1819), 3 Ross. C. & M. 622 918 

B. ff. Webb (1831), 4 C. & P. 564 682, 889 

R. c. Webb (1867), 11 Cox, C. C. 133 877 

R. *. Webster (1861), L. &C. 77; 31 L. J. M. C. 17 199 

R. r. Wedderbum (1746), Fost. C. L. 22 ; 18 How. St. Tr. 425 625 

R. V. Weeks (1861), 8 Cox, C. C. 455 ; L. & C. 18 ; 30 L. J. M. C. 141 ; 

7 Jar. N. 8. 472 ; 4L. T. 373; 9 W. R. 653 246 

R.r. Welbom (1792), 1 East, P. C. 358 468 

R.r. Welch (1846), 2 C. & K. 296; 1 Den. C. C. 199 291 

R.1F. Welland (1822). R. & R. 494 216 

R. c. Weller (1846), 2 C. & K. 223 334, 579 

R. f . WeUings (1878), 3 Q. B. D. 426 ; 47 L. J. M. C. 100 ; 38 L. T. 652 ; 

26W. R. 692 332 

R. r. WeUs (1829), M. & M. 326 634 

R.ir. Wdton (1862), 9Cox, C. C. 297 198, 216, 336 

R. V. Wenham (1866J, 10 Cox, C. C. 222 .• 1079 

R.r. West, Dr. (undated), cited 2 Wils. 240; 5 Mod. 395 996 

R. V. Westbury (1844), 5 Q B. 500 ; 1 New Sess. Cas. 33 ; D. & M. 
605 727 

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Clxxii TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

Pin 
B. V. Western (1868), 37 L. J. M. C. 81 ; L. R. 1 0. 0. 122; 11 Cox, 0. 0. 

93 ; 18 L. T. 299 ; 16 W. R. 730 198 

R. V. Westley (1869), Bell, C.C. 193; 29 L. J. M. C. 86 ; 6 Jur,N.8.1362.. 198 

R. r. Wheater (1838), 2 Moo. 0. C. 46 ; 2 Lew. 0. 0. 167 683, 684 

R. r. Wheatland (1838), 8 0. & P. 238 629 

R. «. Wheeley (1838), 8 C. & P. 260 283,680 

R. f>. Wheelinif (1789), 1 Lea. C. 0. 311, n 660 

R «. Wheelock (1826), 6 B. & 0. 611 788.1139 

R. «. Whelan(l881), 8L. R. Lr. 314; 14 Cox, C. C. 696 964 

R. r. Whiflton (1836), 4 A. & E. 607 ; 6 N. & M. 66 131 

R. V. Whitbread (1823), 1 C. & P. 84, n 943 

R. V. Whitchurch (1827), 7 B. & C. 673 130 

R. V. White (1786), 3 Bac. Ab. 202, n. ; 1 Lea. 0. C. 430, n. (a) . .896, 898, 901, 904 

R. r. White (1823), R. & R. 608 600 

R. v. White (1843), 4 Q. B. Ill, 112 91 

R. t;. White (1866), 4 F. & F. 383 104 

R. V. Whitehead (1866), 36 L. J. M. C. 186 ; L. R. 1 0. 0. 33 ; 10 Cox, 

C.C.34; 14L.T.489; 14W. R. 677 910 

R. f. Whitehonae (undated), cited 3 Rum. 0. & M. 626 893 

R. r. Whitley Lower (1813), 1 M. & S. 636 494,496 

R, r. Whitworth (1868), 1 F. & J*. 382 468,469 

R. t;. Wick St. Lawrence (1833), 6 B. & Ad. 626 . . 788, 1103, 1139, 1140, 1141 

R. t;. Wickham (1836), 3 A. & E. 617 755 

R. v. Wickham (1839), 10 A. & E. 34 : 2 P. & D. 333 204 

R.r. Widdop (1872), 42 L. J. M. C. 9; L. R. 2 0. 0. 8 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 

261 ; 27 L. T. 693 ; 21 W. R. 176 688 

R. V. Widecombe in the Moor (1847), 2 New Sess. Oas. 639 ; 9 Q. B. 894 ; 

16 L. J. M. C. 44 ; 11 Jur. 227 1139 

R. i;. Wigan (1849), 14 Q. B. 287 ; 3 New SesB. Cas. 670 ; 19 L. J. M. C. 

18; 13Jur.l062 621 

R. i;. Wigley (1836), 2 Lew. C. C. 268, 269, n 627 

R. V. Wild (1836), 1 Moo. C. C. 462 667, 669 

R. f>. Wilde (1669), 1 Lev. 396; 1 Doug. 97, n. 41 18 

R. r. Wilkes (1836), 7 C. & P. 273 633,634 

R. r. Wilkinaon (1838), 8 C. & P. 662 284,679 

R. V, Willana (should be Williams) (1835), 7 C. & P. 320 898 

R. r. Williams (1710), 10 Mod. 63 ; 4 Bl. Com. 29 166 

R. t>. Williams (1811), 2 Camp. 646; 11 R. R. 781 208 

R. f7. Williams (1826), 1 Moody, C. C. 107 204 

R. v. Williams (1834), 6 C. & P. 626 239 

R. t>. WiUiams (1836), 7 C. & P. 298 216 

R. 17. Williams (1838), 8 C. & P. 284, 434 889,932 

R. r. Williams (I860), 2 Den. 61 202 

R. v. Williams (1863), 6 Cox, C. C. 348 926 

R. V. Williams (1862), 3 New R. 338, per Ix, C. C. ; 9 Cox, C. C. 338 211 

R. V. Williams (1866), 4 F. & F. 616 336 

R. i;. Williams (1871), 1 1 Cox, C. C. 684 ; 12 Cox, C. C. 101 .... 121, 826, 337 
R. V. Williams, (1893) 1 Q. B. 320 ; 62 L. J. M. C. 69 ; 41 W. R. 332 . . 100 

R. v. Willis (1710), 16 How. St. Tr. 624 658, 659 

R. r. Willis (184&), 1 Den. C. C. 80; 1 C. & K. 722 216 

R. V, Willshii-e (1881), 6 Q. B. D. 366 ; 60 L. J. M. C. 67 ; 14 Cox, C. C. 

641; 44L. T. 222; 29 W. R. 473 : 46 J. P. 376 106 

R. t;. Wilmett (1848), 3 Cox, C. C. 281 264 

R. V, Wilshaw (1841), C. & Marsh. 146 329, 336, 339,677 

R. r. Wilion (1817). Holt, N. P. R. 697 689 

R. V. Wilson (1861), 8 Cox, C. C. 463 832 

R. r. Wilson (1874), 12 Cox, C. C. 622 322, 836 

R. V. Wilton (1868), 1 F. & F. 309 332 

R. V. Wilts. &Berk8. Can. Co. (1836), 8 A. & E. 47 992, 998 

R. f. Windsor (1864), 4 F. & F. 366 ; 668 

R v. Wink (1834), 6 C. & P. 397 367 

R. r. Winkworth (1830), 4 C. & P. 444 248, 376 

R. r. Winslow (1860), 8 Cox, C. C. 397 237,247 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clxxiii 

PAoa 

R. r. Withers (1811), cited B. r. Holt, 5 T. R. 446 20, 698 

R.ff. Witney (1836), 6 A. & E. 191; 6 N. & M. 652 131 

R. f>. Wobnm (1808), 10 East, 396 494 

R. f>. Womersly (1836), 2 Lew. C. C. 162 826 

R. r. Wood (1832), 1 Dowl. 609 816 

R. V, Wood (1841), Jebb & B. vii. ; 7 M. & W. 673 ; 9 Dowl. 310 ; 10 L. J. 

Ex. 168 342, 906 

R. V. Wood (1842), Ir. Cir. R. 697 672 

R. V, Wood (I860) , 6 Jur. 226 260 

R. r. Wood (1877) 14 Cox, C. C. 46 376 

R. V. Woodche8ter(l 742-3), Burr. 8. C. 191 ; 2 Str. 1172 1106 

R. V. Woodcock (1787), 1 Leach, 604 26, 333, 464, 467, 468, 470 

R. V. Woodfall (1770), 6 Burr. 2661 ; 20 How. St. Tr. 913,918, 920.. 26, 46, 109 

R. r. WoodhaU (1872), 12 Cox, C. C. 240 206 

R. r. Woodhead (1847), 2 C. & K. 620 942, 943 

R. r. Woodley (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 390 322 

R r. Woods (1840), 1 Crawf . & D. C. C. 439 974 

R. r. Woodward (1831), 1 Moody, C. C. 323 16,209 

R. V. Wooldale (1844). 6 Q. B. 649 ; 1 New Sess. Cas. 377 ; 14 L. J. M. C. 

13; 9 Jur. 83 643, 784, 796 

R. V. Woolford (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 884 1127 

R. ». Worcester (1838), ^ Q, B. 608, n 727 

R. V. Worcestershire JJ. (1864), 3 E. & B. 477 ; 2 C. L. R. 1333 ; 23 L. J. 

M.C.113; 18Jur.424 1137 

R. r. Worfield (1794), 6 T. R. 608 163 

R. V, Worth (1843), 4 Q. B. 132 ; 12 L. J. M. C. 47 ; 3 G. & D. 376 . .436, 437. 

466 
R. r. Wrangle (1836), 2 A. & E. 614 ; 4 N. & M. 376 ; IH. &W. 41.... ^oy 

R. p. Wright (1821), R. & R. 466 931, 934, 935 

R. r. Wright (I860), 2 F. & F. 320 199 

R. V, Wycherley (1838), 8 C. & P. 262 359 

R. r. Wye (1838), 7 A. & E. 7T0 ; 3 N. & P. 6 1106 

R. V. Wylde (1834), 6 0. & P. 380 357, 918 

R. r. Wylie(1804), 1 Bos. & P. N. R. 94; 2 Lea. C. C. 983 237, 246 

R. r. Yarwell (1829), 9 B. & C. 894 ; 4 M. & Ry. 686 621 

R. V. Yates (1841), 0. & Mar. 139 624 

R. r. Yeadon (1861), L, & Cave, 81 ; 9 Cox, C. C. 91 ; 31 L. J. M. C. 70 ; 

7 Jur. N. 8. 1128 ; 6 L. T. 329 ; 10 W. R. 64 206 

R. r. Yeoveley (1838), 8 A. & E. 818 ; 1 P. & D. 60 788, 1032, 1140 

R. r. Yewin (1811), 2 Camp. 639 947, 960, 961 

R. r. Yore (1839), 1 Jebb & Sy. 463 893 

R. V. York, Mayor of (1792), 6 T. R. 66 1114 

R. r. Young (1850), 3 C. & K. 106 336, 678 

R p. Young (1866), 10 Cox, C. C. 371 633 

Rab^p. GUbert (1861), 30 L. J. Ex. 170 ; 6 H. & N. 636 ; 3 L. T. 762 ; 

9 W. R. 386 621 

Rackham v. Marriott (1857), 1 H. & N. 234 ; 2 H. & N. 196 ; 26 L. J. 

Ex. 316 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 496 712 

Radcliffe v. Funanan (1730), 2 Bro. P. C. 614 601 

Radcliffe r. Un. Ins. Co. (1810), 7 Johns. 38 1093 

Radford p. M'lntodi (1790), 3 T. R. 632 160, 619 

Radford f>. Wilson (1764), 3 Atk. 816 180 

Rae, InGoodsof (1892), 27L. R. Ir. 116 702 

Raggett V. Musgrave (1827), 2 C. & P. 666 626 

Baikes v. Todd (1838), 8 A. & E. 866 ; 1 P. & D. 138 ; 8 L. J. Q. B. 36. . 669 

Rainforth, Re (1880), 49 L. J. Ch. 6 716 

Rainsford r. Smith (l663). Dyer, 196a 94 

Rajah, The (1872), L. R. 3 Ad. & Eoc. 639 ; 41 L. J. Adm. 97 ; 27 L. T. 

. 102; 21 W. R. 14 178 

Rajah of Coorg v. E. India Co. (1866), 29 Beay. 300 ; 30 L. J. Ch. 226 . . 618 

Ramadge v. Ryan (1832), 9 Bing. 333 ; 2 Moo. & Sc. 421 933 

Rambertr. Cohen (1803), 4 Esp. 213; 6 R. R, 864 293, 926 

Rambler «. Tryson (1821), 7 Serg. & R. 90 931 

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Clxxir TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

PAOI 

Bamohum MoUick i^. Lackmeechund Radakissen (1854), 9 Moo. P. G. G. 46..38 

Ramsbotham t^. Senior (1869), L. R. 8 Eq. 675 ; 17 W. B. 1057 610 

Ramsbottom v. Buckhurst (1814), 2 Maule & S. 567 ; 15 R. R. 352 84 

RamBbottom r. Mortley (1814), 2 M. & Sol. 445 ; 15 R. R 304 286, 289 

Ramsbottom v. TuDbridge (1814), 2 M. & Sel. 434 ; 15 R. R. 302 ....286, 289 
Ramsden v. Dyson (18ti5), L. R. 1 H. L. 129; 12 Jur. N. S. 506; 14 

W. R. 926 538. 642 

Ramuz v, Crowe (1847), 1 Ex. 167 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 280 ; 11 Jur. 715.. . .307, 308 

Randiffer. Parkyns (1818), 6 Dow. 202 433 

Randall v, Gumey (1819), 3 B. & Aid. 252 ; 1 Chitty, 679 868, 869, 870 

Randall v. Lithgow (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 525 ; 53 L. J. Q. B. 518 ; 60 L. T. 

587; 32W.R.794 1116 

Randall «. Lynch (1810), 2 Gamp. 357; 11 R. R. 727 1212 

Randall v. 3d!brgan (1805), 12 Ves. 67 ; 8 H. R. 289 665, 680 

Randall v, Newson (1877), 46 L. J. Q. B. 259 ; 2 Q. B. D. 102 ; 36 L. T. 

164; 26 W. R. 313 777 

Randall's case (1 820), 5 City Hall Rec. 141 891 

Randfcllr. Trimen(1856), 18 C. B. 786 ; 25 L. J. G. P. 307 780 

Randlev. Blackburn (1813), 5 Taun, 245 479 

Randolph v. Gordon (1816), 6 Price, 312 ; 19 R. R. 633 430 

Rands r. Thomas (1816), 6 M. & Sel. 244 877 

Ranee Khujooroonissa v. Muasamat Rouahun Jehan (1876), L. R. 3 Ind. 

App. 291, 311 149 

Rangeloyr. Webster (1840), 11 New Hamps. 299 1148 

Rankenv. M*Murphy (1889), 24 L. R. Ir. 290 542 

Ranking. Homer (1812), 16 East, 193 518 

Ranking. Tenbrook (18^7), 6 Watts, 388 443 

Rann v. Hughes (between 1764—1797), 7 T. R. 850, n 658 

Ransley, Ex parte (1823), 3 D. & R. 672 120 

Raperr. Birkbeck(l812), 15 East, 17; 13 R. R. 354 1200 

Raphael v. Bk. of England (1856), 17 G. B. 161 ; 25 L. J. G. P. 33 617 

Rapp V. Latham (1819), 2 B. & A. 795 488 

Rashdall v. Foid (186(5), L. R. 2 Eq. 750 ; 35 L. J. Gh. 769 ; 14 L. T. 790 ; 

14 W. R. 950 780 

Ratcliff f. Ratdiff and Anderson (1859), 1 S. & T. 467; 29 L. J. Mat. 

171 1060, 1054 

Ravee r. Farmer (1791), 4 T. R. 146 ; 2 R. R. 347 1124 

Ravenga v. Mackintosh (1824), 2 B. & G. 693 ; 1 G. & P. 204 ; 4 Dowl. & 

R. 107 372 

Ravensoroft v, Jones (18G4), 33 L. J. Gh. 482 ; 32 Beay. 669 806 

Rawley v. Rawley (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 460 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 676 ; 36 L. T. 

191; 24W.R.995 718 

Rawlins i;. Desborough (1840). 2 M. & Rob. 328 ; 8 G. & P. 321 . .48, 259, 271 

Rawlins t;. Riokards (1860), 28 Beav. 370 456,708 

Rawlinsv. Turner (1699), 1 Ld. Raym. 736 655 

Rawlins v. West Derby (1846), 2 G. B. 72 ; 1 Lutw. 373 ; 15 L. J. G. P. 70.. 726 

Rawlinson t>. Clarke (1846), 14 M. & W. 187 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 364 760 

Rawlinsonr. Oriel (1688), 1 Show. 75; Garth. 96 1115 

Raworthv. Marriott (1833), 1 My. & K. 643 HO 

Rawson r. Haigh (1824), 2 Bing. 104 376,377,381 

Rawsonr. Wafier (1816), 1 Stark. 361 757 

Rawstome v. Gandell (1846), 15 M. & W. 304 ; 4 Railw. Gas. 295 ; 8 

Dowl. &L. 682; 16 L.J. Ex. 291; 10 Jur. 294 492 

Ray r. Jones (1836), 2 Gale, 220 458 

Raymond, Ex parte (1874), L R. 8 Eq. 231 128 

Rayner v. Allhusen (1851), 2 L. M. & P. 605 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 68 ; 16 Jur. 

1060 1186 

Read r. Anderson (1884), 10 Q. B. D. 100 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 214 ; 48 L. T. 

74; 31 W. R. 463 620 

Read v. Bishop of Lincohi, (1892) A. G. 644 ; 62 L. J. P. G 1 ; 67 L. T. 

128; 66 J. P. 726 16, U79 

Read v, Coker (1853), 13 G. B. 850 ; 22 L. J. G. P. 201 ; 17 Jur, 990 . . .. 227 
Read r. Dunsmore (1840), 9 0. & P. 588 190 

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TABLE OF CASES aTED. clxxv 

PAOS 

llMdv.Chunble (1839), 10 A. &E. 597, n 289, 318 

lUod V. Naah (1751), 1 WiU. 305 677 

Keadr. Pamer (1794), 1 Esp. 214 373, 1047 

Bead v. Yiotoria St. and Pimlico By. Co. (1863), 1 H. & C. 826 ; 32 L. J. 

Ex. 127 1102 

Beade's caae (1604-6), 5 Co. Rep. 33 550 

Beader r. KingbAm (1862), 13 C. B. N. S. 344 ; 32 L. J. C. P. 108 ; 9 Jur. 

N. 8. 797 ; 7 L. T. 789 ; 11 W. R. 366 677, 679 

Readhead v. Midi. Rj. Co. (1869), 36 L. J. Q. B. 181 ; L. R. 2 Q. B. 412 ; 

8B.&8.371; 16L.T.485; 15 W. R. 831 772 

Reaiden r. Minter (1843), 5 M. & Or. 204 ; 12 L. J. C. P. 139 1211 

Re«j*8 estate (1856). 1 Jur. N. S. 222 1208 

Redding r. Wilks (1845), 3 Bro. C. C. 401 679 

Redfoitrr. Birley (1822), 3Stark. 88 373, 383 

Redington r. Redington (1734), 3 Ridg. P. C. 106 666 

Reeoer. Rigby (1821), 4 B. & Aid. 202 39 

Reeoe r. Trye (1846), 9 Beav^. 316 601 

Reed *. Deere (1827), 7 B. & C. 261 ; 2 C. & P. 624 287 

Reed «. DeTaynes (1791), 2 Coz, 285 ; 3 Br. C. C. 95 ; 2 R. R. 48 144 

Reedv. Fenn (1866), 35 L. J. Ch. 464 721 

Reed «. Jackson (1801), 1 East, 356 ; 6 R. R. 283 84, 397, 398, 405, 1109 

Reed c. James (1815), 1 Stark. R. 132 942 

Reedv. King (1858), 30 L. T- 290 939 

Reed r. Lamb (1860), 29 L. J. Ex. 452 ; 6H.& 1^.75; 6 Jur. N. S. 828. .1050, 

1230 

Reed «. Pftaser (1794), Pea. R. 232 ; 3 R. R. 696 296 

Reedr. Woodward (1877), 11 Phila. (Pa.) 64, 641 693 

Rees, Be (1866), 34 L. J. P. & M. 56 697 

Bees w. Bowen (1826). M*C1. & Y. 383 957 

Bees r. Uoyd (1811), Wightw. 1811 119 

Bees 9. Orerbaugh (1827). 6 Cowen, 746 1199 

r. Bees (1873), L. R. 3 P. & D. 84 : 29 L. T. 376 141 

r. Smith (1816), 2 Stark. B. 30 272 

r. Walters (1838), 3 M. & W. 527 ; 2 Jur. 378 ; 7 L. J. Ex. 138. .. . 431, 

1116 

«. Williams (1847). 1 DeG. &Sm. 314 1209 

Beeside, Schooner. The (1837). 2 Sumn. 667 766, 788 

Beeve*s Trusts, Re (1879), 4 Ch. D. 841 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 412 144 

Beeve «. Bird (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 31 : 4 Tyr. 612 ; 3 L. J. Ex. 282 660 

Beeve p, Hodson (1853), 10 Hare, App. xix 1037, 1053 

Beeve «. Whitmore (1865), 2 Dr. & Sm. 446 483 

Reeve r. Wood (1865). 34 L. J. M. C. 15 ; 10 Cox, C. C. 58 ; 5 B. & S. 364 894 
BeeTSS v. Heame (1836), 1 M. & W. 323 ; 2 Gale, 4 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 156 . . 716 

BeAvee r. Lindsay (1869), I. R. 3 Eq. 609 697 

BeeTee v. Skter (1827), 7 B. & C. 486 ; I M. & B. 266 543 

BefTell v. Reflell (1866), L. R. 1 P. & D. 139 ; 36 L. J. P. & M. 121 .... 756 

Befpcides. Trial of the (1660), Eel. J. 12 ; 6 How. St. Tr. 1181 899 

Beid«. Batte (1829). M. & M. 414 281, 286, 287,746 

Beid r. Langlois (1849), 1 Mac. & G. 627 ; 19 L. J. Ch. 337 ; 2 H. & T. 69.. 699 

Beid r. Margison (1808), 1 Camp. 469 1018 

Beid «. Teakle (1853), 13 C. B. 627 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 161 ; 17 Jar. 841 .... 166 
Beldpath*s case (1870), 40 L. J. Ch. 39 ; 11 L. R. Eq. 86 ; 23 L. T. 834 ; 

19 1^.^219 165 

Beidy v. Pierce (1861), 11 Ir. C. L. B. 374 19 

Betlly V. Fitzgerald (1843), 6 Ir. E. R. 335 409, 1105 

Beimezs v. Druoe (1857). 26 L. J. Ch. 196 ; 23 Beay. 145 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 147.. 1147 
Remmett p, Lawrenoe (1860), 15 Q. B. 1004 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 26 ; 14 Jur. 

1067 649 

Readies, Ra. Rhodes v. Rhodes (see Rhodes, Re, &o.). 

Reneaux v, Teakle (1863), 8 Ex. 680 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 24 1 ; 17 Jur. 351 ... . ] 66 

Renner v. Bank of Columbia (1824), 9 Wheat. 681 767 

Rennie r. Clarke (1860 . 5 Ex. 292; 19 L. J. Ex. 278 541 

Beuniev. Wynn (1849), 4 Ex. 691 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 2 641 

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Clxxvi TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

Fias 
BeDnison v. Walker (1872), L. R. 7 Ex. 143 ; 41 L. J. Ex. 43 ; 26 L. T. 

167; 20W. R. 471 187 

Reap. V, Fields (1822-4), Peck, R. 140 655 

Reap. V. McCarty (1781), 2 Dall. 86 661, 574 

Reura V. Pickhley (1866), L. R. 1 Ex. 342 ; 36 L. J. Ex. 218 ; 4 H. & C. 

588; 16L. T. 26; 14 W. R. 924 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 628 675 

Reuter i;. Electric Telegr. Co. (1866), 6 E. & B. 346 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 46 ; 

2 Jur. N. S. 1246 642,646 

Revell, Ex parte, ToUemache, In re (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 720, 727 ; 64 L. J. 

Q. B. 89, 92; 61 L. T. 376, 379; 33 W. R. 288, 289 629 

ReveU v. Blake (1873), 41 L. J. C. P. 129 ; 42 L. J. C. P. 166; L. R. 

8 0. P. 633; 29L. T. 67; 22 W. R. 96 1157 

Revis V. Smith (1856), 18 C. B. 126 ; 29 L. J. 0. P. 195; 2 Jur. N. S. 614.. 865 

Rewr. Barber (1824), 3 Cowen, 272 775 

Rewr. Hutohins (1861), 10 C. B. N. 8. 829 230 

Reynell v. Lewis (1846), 16 M. & W. 617 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 26 540, 641 

ReyneU r. Sprye (1846), 10 Bear. 61 ; 16 L. J. Oh. 117 602, 603, 607 

Reyner f>. Hall (1813), 4 Taun. 726 ; 14 R. R. 660 552 

Rejnert;. Pearson (1812), 4 Taun. 662 ; 13 R. R. 723 388 

Reynolds. Ex parte (1883), 62 L. J. Oh. 223 ; 21 Oh. D. 601 ; 47 L. T. 495; 

31 W. R. 187 849 

Reynolds, Ex parte, Reynolds, Re (1882), 20 Oh. D. 294 ; 61 L. J. Oh. 

766 ; 46 L. T. 608 ; 30 W. R. 661 ; 46 J. P. 633 964 

Reynolds, Re (1873), L. R. 3 P. & D. 36 ; 42* L. J. P. & M. 20 ; 28 L. T. 

144 ; 21 W. R. 612 709 

Reynolds v. Fenton (1846), 3 0. B. 194 ; 16 L. J. 0. P. 16 ; 10 Jur. 668 . . 8, 

1146, 1148 

Reynolds V. Reynolds (1848), 12 Ir. Oh. R. 172, 181 117 

Reynolds r. Staines (1849), 2 0. &K. 746 1219 

Reynoldson v. Perkins (1769), Amb. 563 497 

Rhodes, Re, Rhodes «. Rhodes (1887), 36 Oh. D. 686 ; 66 L. J. Oh. 826 ; 

67L. T. 662 172 

Rhodes v. Airdale Drain. Com. (1876), 46 L. J. 0. P. 337 ; L. R. 9 0. P. 

608; 31L. T. 69 1160 

Rhodes v. Rhodes (1889), 7 App. Cas. 112 ; 46 L. T. 463 ; SOW. R. 709.. 741 
Ricardov. Garoias (1846), 12 01. & Fin. 368 ; 9 Jur. 1019.. 11 17, 1142, 1143,1152 
Riccard v. Inolosure Commiss. (1854), 4 E. & B. 329 ; 3 0. L. R. 119 ; 

24 L. J. Q. B. 49 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 496 1186 

Rice, In re (1886), 32 Oh. D. 35 ; 66 L. J. Oh. 799 ; 64 L. T. 689 ; 34 W. R. 

747 1208 

Rice, Re (1870), Ir. R. 6 Eq. 176 690 

Rice V. Howard (1886), 16 Q. B. D. 681 ; 65 L. J. Q. B. 311 ; 34 W. R. 632. 939 

Rice P. Rice (1863), 2 Drew. 73 ; 23 L. J. Oh. 289 542 

Rich V.Jackson (1794), 4 Bro. 0. 0. 619 743, 750,767 

Richards v. Bassett (1830), 10 B. & 0. 633 398, 408 

Richards v. Bluck (1848), 6 Dowl. & L. 325 ; 6 0. B. 437 ; 18 L. J. 0. P. 17 . 192 
Richards v. Easto (1846), 16 M. & W. 244 ; 3 Dowl. & L. 616 ; 15 L. J. 

Ex. 163; 10 Jur. 695 227 

Richards v. Gellatly (1872), L. R. 7 0. P. 127; 26L.T.436; 20 W. R. 630.. 1186 

Richards f>. Gogarty (1870), I. R. 4 0. L. 300 436 

Richards v. Hough (1882), 61 L. J. Q. B. 361 ; 80 W. R. 676 900, 906 

Richards v. Johnston (1869), 4 H. & N. 660 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 322 ; 6 Jur. 

N. S. 620 629 

Richards r. Lewis (1862), 11 0. B. 1064; 20L. J.O.P. 177; 16Jur.612.. 303, 

306, 1204 
Richards v. Lond. & S. Coast Ry. Co. (1849), 7 0. B. 839 ; 6 Railw. Cas. 

49; 18 L. J. 0. P. 251 ; 13 Jur. 986 201 

Richards r. Porter (1827), 6 B. & 0. 437 672 

Richards v. Richards (1731), 15 East, 294, n. (a) ; 13 R. R. 476, n 171 

Richards r. Richards (1844), 2 M. & Rob. 667 246, 256 

Richards V. Rose (^1852), 9 Ex. 218; 20. L, R.311; 23 L. J. Ex. 3 116 

Richardson v. Anderson (1806), 1 Camp. 66, n. (a) ; 10 R. R. 628, n. .... 1011 
Richardson v. Barry (1860), 29 Beav. 22 , 712 

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TABLB OF CASES CITED. clxxvii 

PAOB 

Bichardnon v. Dubois (1869), L. R. 5 Q. B. 51 ; 89 L. J. Q. B. 69 ; 21 L. T. 

635; 18W.R.62; 10 B. & S. 830 167 

Bkhardaonfr. Gifford(1834), lA.ftE.60; 8Dowl.&B.643; 2 Sm. L. G. 1 1 2. 654 

RichaidBon V. MelliiOi (1824). 2 Bing. 241 1048, 1049,1050 

BicKaidaon<r. Newoomb(]838), 21 Piok. 315 1223 

RirhardMon v. Watson (1833), 4 B. & Ad. 787 ; I K. & M. 567 ; 2 L. J. 

K. B. 134 740, 789 

Riobardson v. Williamson (1871;, L. R. 6 Q. B. 276 ; 40 L. J. Q. B. 145 . 780 
Richardson v. Willis (1872), 42 L. R. Ex. 15 ; 12 Coz, 0. G. 298 ; 27 L. T. 

828 ; L. R. 8 Ex. 69 190, 1071 

Ricbaidson v, Younge (1871), L. R. 10 Eq. 275 ; L. R. 6 Ch. 478 ; 39 L. J. 

Ch. 475 ; 40 L. J. Ch. 338 ; 25 L. T. 230 ; 19 W. R. 612 491 

Riches and Marshall's Trost Deed, Re (1864), 4 De G. J. & S. 581 ; 11 

L. T. 651 ; 34 L.J. Bank. 10; 13 W. R. 353 160 

Richeyv. Ganrey (1847), 10 Ir. L. R. 544 2^8 

Richmond 9. Smith (1830), 8 B. & C. 9 ; 2 M. & R. 235 162 

Rickards r. Mardock (1830), 10 B. & C. 527 934 

Ricketts v. Bennett (1847), 4 G. B. 686 ; 17 L. J. C. P. 17 ; 11 Jnr. 1062. . 160 

Rifketts p. Gumey (1819), 7 Pri.-e, 699 866, 868 

Ricketts r. Turquand (1848), 1 H. L. Cas. 472 784 

Rickford f . Ridjre (1810), 2 Cwmp 539 82 

Rickman v. Carstairs (1833), 5 B. & Ad. 662 789 

Rideont's Tnwts, Re (1870), L. R. 10 Eq 41: 39 L. J. Ch. 192 621 

Rider r. Wood (1855), 24 L. J. Ch 737 ; 1 K. & J. 644 6 

Ridgeway v. Darwin (1802), 7 Ves. 404 ; 8 Ves. 65 ; 6 R. R. 227 482 

Ridirway f. £w bank (1839), 2 M. & Rob. 218 258, 259 

Ridgway 9. Wharton (1856-7), 3 De G. M. & G. 677 ; 6 H. L. Cas. 238 ; 

24 L. J. Ch. 46 672, 678 

Ridler, Re, Ridler v. Ridler (1882), 22 Ch. D. 74 ; 52 L. J. Ch. 343 135 

Ridley v. Gyde (1832), 9 Ring. 349 ; 2 Moo. & Sc. 448 ; 2 L. J. C. P. 25 . . 376, 380 
Ridleyv. Ridley (1865), 34 L. J. Ch. 462 ; 34 Beav. 478 ; 12 L. T. 481 ; 

I3W. R. 763; llJiir. N. 8.475 682 

Bifplenv. Vallier (1751). 2 Ves. sen. 252; 3 Atk. 731 139 

Riggv. CurgenTen(1769), 2 Wils. 399 549, 550, 554 

Rlgge p. Burbidge (1846), 15 M. & W. 598 ; 15 L. J. Ex. 309 ; 4 Dowl. & 

L. 1 532, 1122 

Bight, on tf. of Flower, v. Darby (1786), 1 T. R. 162 ; 1 R. R. 169 35 

Bight V.Price (1779), 1 Dong. 241 , 696 

Bifcyr. Gerrish (1861), 9 Cash. 1^4 768, 1205 

Riley i». Home (1828), 6 Bing. 217 ; 2 M. & P. 331 771 

Ripley, Re (1858), 1 S. & T. 68 747 

Ripley v. Warren (1824), 2 Pick. 592 20 

Ripon case (1833), Cook. & R. 301; Per. & K. 211 496, 497 

Riponv. Davies (1833), 2 N. & M. 310 607 

Rippon 9. Priest (1863), 8 F. & F. 644 1163 

Riflhton«.Nesbitt(1844), 2 M. & Rob. 554 421 

Rishton 9. Nisbett (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 347 866, 869 

Rishton p. Whatmore (1878), 8 Ch. D. 467 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 629 ; 26 W. R. 

827 673,730 

Rising V. Dolphin (1840) , 8 Dowl. 309 732 

Rasi r. Fanx (1863), 4 B. & S. 409; 32 L. J. Q. B. 386 ; 10 Jar. N. S. 202 ; 

8L.T. 737; 11 W. R. 918 253 

Ritchie r. Van Gelder( 1854), 9 Ex. 762; 18 Jnr. 385 198 

Riyer Steam Co., Re (If itchell*8 Claim) (1871), L. R. 6 Ch. 822 ; 25 L. T. 

319; 19 W. R. 1130 710 

Roach 9. Garran (1748), 1 Yes. sen. 159 1150 

Boborts 9. Tncker (1851), 16Q. B. 560; 20 L. J. Q. B. 270 547 

Bobbf. Connor (1874), Lr. 9 Eq. 373 818 

Bobb «. Starkey (1846). 2 C. & K. 143 810 

Roberts, Ex parte (1850), 2 Mao. & G. 192 ; 2 H. & T. 391 ; 19 L. J. Ch. 

868 ; 3DeQ. A Sm. 206 540 

Roberts, Re, £x p. Brook (1879), 10 Ch. D. 100; 48 L. J. Bank. 22; 

89L.T.458; 27 W. R. 255 662 

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Clxxviii TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

BobertB r. Allatt (1828), M. & M. 192 966,967 

Roberto v. Bethell (18o2), 12 C. B. 778 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 69 ; 16 Jur. 1087.. 147 

Roberto r. Bradahaw (1816), 1 Stark. 28 817 

Roberto r. Doxon (1791), Pea. R. 83; 3 R. R. 660 823 

Robertas. Eddinyton (1801), 4 E«p. 88 ,,... 1178 

Roberto v. Fortune (1742), Harg. Law Trai-to, 468, n IIOS 

Roberto V. Humphreys (1882), L. R. 8 Q. B. 483; 42 L. J. M. C. 147; 

29 L. T. 387 ; 21 W. R. 8«6 266 

Roberto «. Jufltioe (1843), 1 G. & K. 93 618 

Roberto r. Ogilby (1821;, 9 Price, 269 646 

Roberts v. Orchard (1863), 2 H. & C. 769 ; 33 L. J. Ex. 66 ; 9 L. T. 727 ; 

12 ^V R ''dS 226 

Roberto r. JPhillips'flsVs)! 4 E. & B. 450 ';' 3 0.* *L.' 'rVsIS V 24'L. j' q/b. 

171; lJur.N.S.444 700 

Roberto v. Roberto (1862), 2 S. & T. 337 ; 31 L. J. P. M. & A. 46 ; 6 L. T. 

689; 8Jur.N.S.220 709 

Roberto r. Snell (1840), 1 M. & Or. 677 194 

Roberto v. Tucker (1849), 3 Ex. 632 681 

Roberto' case (1827), 1 Dev. 269 666 

Robertson v. French (1803), 4 East, 130 ; 4 Esp. 246 ; 7 R. R. 635.. 116, 740, 741 
Robertson v, Jackson (1846), 2 C. B. 412 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 28 ; 10 Jur. 98. . 768, 

764, 782 
Robertson v. Powell (1864), 2 H. & C. 762 ; 33 L. J. Ex. 34: 10 Jur. N. S. 

442; 12W.R.623 704 

Robertson v. Stmth (1813), 6 Q. B. 942 ; Dav. & M. 773 ; 8 Jur. 404. .83, 1143, 

1164 
Robins v. Bridge (1837), 3 M. & W. 114 ; 6 Dowl. 140 ; M. & H. 357. ... 820 
Robins v. Dolphin (l8o8), 29 L. J. P. & M. 11, 138 ; 7 H. L. Gas. 390; 

3Maoq. 663; 1 8. &T. 618; 8 W. R. 177 1144 

Robinson v. Anderson (1855), 20 Beav. 98 ; 7 De G-. M. & G. 239 160 

Robinson v. Brown (1845), 3 G. B. 754 ; 16 L. J. 0. P. 46 316, 317 

RobiDHon v. Gollingwood (1865), 17 C. B N. S. 777 ; 34 L. J. G. P. 18; 

10 Jur. N. S. 1080; 11 L. T. 313; 13 W. R. 84 148 

Robinson •. Gurry (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 465 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 661 ; 46 L. T. 

368 ; 30 W. R. 39 ; 46 J. P. 148 76 

Robinson v. Davies (1879). 5 Q. B. D. 26; 49 L. J. Q. B. 218; 28 W. R. 255 . 347 
RobiDSon «. Davison (1871), L. R. 6 Ex. 269 ; 40 L. J. Ex. 172 ; 24 L. T. 

755; 19 W. R. 1036 780 

Robinson 9. Harman (1848), 1 Ex. 850 ; 18L. J. Ex. 202 773 

Robinson V. Hawksford (1846), 9 Q.B. 52; 16L. J. Q. B. 377; lOJur.964.. 32 
Robinson v, Eitchin (1856), 21 Beav. 365 ; 8 De G. M. & G. 88 ; 26 L. J. 

Gh.441 641 

Robinson v. Local Board of Barton (1882), 8 App. Gas. 798 ; 63 L. J. Oh. 

226; 60L. T. 67; 32 W. R. 249 47,48 

Robinson r.Markis (1841), 2 M. & Rob. 375 329,849 

Robinson v. Mollett (1875), L. R. 7 H. L. 802 ; 44 L. J. G. P. 362 ; 33 L. T. 

644 168 

Robinson v. Nahon (1808), 1 Gamp. 245 639 

Robinson v. Robinson (1879), L. R. 2 P. Div. 76 ; 46 L. J. P. 47 ; 86 L. T. 

414 ; 25 W. R. 376 89 

Robinson v. Robinson and Lane (1858), 1 S. & T. 362 ; 27 L. J. P. & M. 91 ; 

5 Jur. N. S. 392 602,562 

Robinson t>. Scotney (1816), 19 Ves. 684 482 

Robinson r. Swett (1825),3 Greenl. 316 877, HIT 

Robinson v, Touray (1813), I M. & Sel. 217 ; 3 Gamp. 158 ; 13 R. R..781.. 1196 

Robinson v. United Stetefl (1871), 13 Wall. (80 U. 8.) 363 782 

Robinson r. Vaughton (1838), 8 G. & P. 262 294 

Robinson v. Vernon, Ld. (1859), 7 G. B. N. S. 235; 29 L. J. G. P. 810. .281, 746 

Robinson t>. Wakefield, (1892), 30 L. R. Ir. 647 644 

Robinson v. Yarrow (1817), 7 Taun. 465; 1 Moore, G. P. 160; 18 R. R. 

637 547, 648 

Robinson's case (1603), 6 Rep. 32 b 92 

Robson 9. Alexander (1828), 1 M. & P. 448 A17 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clxxiX 

PAGB 

Robwmff. AH.-Geii. (1843), 10 Gl. &Fin. 500 416, 422 

Robeon r. Eaton (1785), 1 T. R. 62 1112 

Robson 9. Kemp (1803), 4 Esp. 234 498, 611 

Robfion 9. N. East, Rj. Ck>. (Ib76), 46 L. J. Q. B. 50; 2 Q. B. D. 85; 

35 L. T. 535 ; 26 W. R. 418 88 

Robflon r. RoUs (1833), 9 Bing. 648 ; 2 M. & So. 786 ; 2 L J. C. P. 80 . . 379 

Roch V. GaUen (1847). 6 flare, 531 ; 17 L. J. Ch. 144 ; 12 Jar. 112 808 

Rochester, Dean and G. af, r. Pieroe (1808), 1 Gamp. 466 97, 643 

Rochfort 9. Sedley (1861), 12 Ir. G. L. R. App. iv 475 

Roddam v, Morlev (1857), 25 L. J. Gh. 329 ; 26 L. J. Gh. 438 ; 1 De G. 

&J. 1; SJur. N. S. 449 i:<8, 448, 497, 720 

Rodeo r. Lond. Small Arms Go. (1877), 46 L. J. Q. B. 213 ; 35 L. T. 505 ; 

25 W. R. 269 784 

Roden r. Ryde (1843), 4 Q. B. 626 ; 8 G. & D. 604 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 276 ; 

7 Jut. 213 . 1218 

Rodriqnesv. KelliuiBh (1854), 10 Ex. 110; 24 L. J. Ex. 26 178 

Rodriqnezv. Tadmire (1799), 2 &p. 721 252 

Rodwellr. Os^rood (1825), 3 Peck. 379 82 

Rodwell f. FhilHps (1842), 9 M. & W. 505 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 885 ; 11 L. J. 

Ex. 217 685, 686, 687 

Rodwdl r. Redge (1824), 1 G. & P. 220 106 

Roe V. Birkenhead, Lano., & Ghes. Junot. Ry. Go. (1851), 7 Ex. 36; 

6RaUw. Qw. 795 ; 21 L. J. Ex. 9 648 

Roev. DaTis (1806), 7 East, 363 300 

Roev. Day (1836), 7 G. & P. 705 484 

Roef. Ferrar8(l801), 2 Bos. & P. 548 489 

Roe V. Harrison (1788), 2 T. R. 430 ; 1 R. R. 513 522 

Roev. Harrey (1769), 4 Burr. 2084 109 

Roe*. Horsey (1771), 3 Wils. 274 84 

Roev. Ireland (1809), 11 East, 280; 10 R. R. 504 123 

Roe r. Hinshal ( 1 759), cited B. N. P. 96 522 

Roe V, Nix, (1892), Tmies Newspaper, 2 December, 1892, and following days. 1 102 

Roe r. Parker (1792), 5 T. R. 32 402, 403 

Roe 9. Rawlings (1815), 7 East, 291 ; 3 Smith, 254 ; 8 R. R. 632 87, 417, 

436, 437, 1227 

Roe*. Reade(1799), 8T. R. 118 127 

Roe«. Wilkins (1835), 4 A. &E. 86; 6N. &M. 434 1212 

Roev. York, Archb. of (1805), 6 East, 86; 2Smith, 166; 8R.R.413..128, 658, 659 

Roffeyr. Henderson (1851), 17 Q. B. 574 637 

BofPeyr. Smith (1834), 6 G. & P. 622 223 

Rogers^. Allen (1808). 1 Gamp. 309 ; 10 R. R. 689 432 

Bf^ers 9. Gnstanoe (1839), 2 M. & Rob. 181 313 

Rogers «. Goodenough (1862), 2 S. & T. 342 ; 31 L. J. P. & M. 49 709 

Rf^ersv. Hadley (1863), 32 L. J. Ex. 241; 2 H. & G. 227 746 

Rogersr. Payne (1768), 2 Wils. 276 750 

Rogers r. Pitcher (1818), 6 Taun. 202; 1 Harsh. 541 99 

Bf^ersv. PoweU(1869), 38L. J. Gh. 648; 18 W. R. 282 631 

Rogers r.Spenoe (1846), 12 Gl. & Fin. 700 664 

Rogers 9. Taylor (1858), 2 H. & N. 828; 27 L. J. Ex. 173 114, 116 

Rogeri V. Wood (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 245 395, 406 

Rohan r. Hanson (1863), 11 Gush. (Mass.), 446 746 

Rokeby Peerage (1880), Pari. Min. 4 424 

Roles V. Davis (1859), 4 H. & N. 484 ; 1 F. & F. 563 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 287 ; 

8«L. T. 166 186, 191 

Rolf p. Dart (1800), 2 Taunt. 61 1018 

Rolfe, Ex parte. Re Spindler (1881), 19 Gh. D. 98; 61 L. J. Gh. 88; 

45 L. T. 482 ; 30 W. R. 62 ; 46 J. P. 181 136 

Rolls r. Pean» (1877), 6 Gh. D. 730 ; 36 L. T. 438 ; 25 W. R. 899 638 

Rollaaonv. Leon (1862), 7 H. & N. 73 : 31 L. J. Ex. 96 649 

Rolt«. White (1862), 3 De G.J. & S. 360 538 

Ronayne V. Sherrard (1877), 11 Ir. R. G. L. 146 682 

Ronkendorff r. Taylor (1830), 4 Pet. 349, 360 1173 

Booke 9. Ld. Kensington (1856), 2 Kay & J. 753 ; 26 L. J. Gh. 795 749 

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clxXX TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

Pin 
Rooker v, Booker and Newton (1864), 83 L. J. P. ft M. 42 ; 8 S. ft T. 526 ; 

9 Jut. N. S. 1329 ; 12 W. R. 807 149,160 

Rookwood*B cane (1696), 13 How. St. Tr. 139 236 

Boob Barony (1804), Min. £v. 145, cited Hubb. Et. of Sao. 613 1006 

Boot r. King (1827), 7 Cowen, 613 255.1093 

Boppe r. Barker (1826). 4 Pick. 239 78d 

BotKsommon Peerage (1824). Pari. Min. 36 423,425 

Boeer. Blakemore (1826). By. & M. 383 970 

Bosef. Bryant (1809), 2 Camp. 321 ; 11 B. B. 720 45i 

Bosev. Cunynghame(l805), llVes. 550; 12 Vee. 29 673 

Bosev. Himely (1808;, 4 Cranc;h, 269 1142 

Bose V. N. East. By. Go. (1876), 2 Ex. Div. 248; 46 L. J. Ex. 374; 

35L.T.693; 25 W. B. 205 88 

Boee V. Savory (1835), 2 Bing. N. 0. 145 ; 2 Scott. 199 ; 4 L. J. C. P. 275.. 480 
Bo&her, Be (1884), 26 Ch. Div. 821 ; 53 L. J. Ch. 722; 51 L. T. 78); 

32 W. B. 825 6 

Bo88 r. Bruce (1803), 1 Dwr, 100 289 

Boas V. Buhler (1824). 2 Mart. N. S. 312 899, 900 

Bo(<8 V. Clifton (1841), 11 A. ft E. 631 ; 1 G. ft D. 72 ; 9 Dowl. 1U33; 10 

Li J Q B 23'J 227 

Boss v, Gibbs (1 869)',' 'l.' B.' 8 'Eq*. '522;' '39 L. ' J.' Ch.' 6*1* WWW \ \ .'.*!! \ W \ 699 

Boss V. Gould (1828), 3 Greenl. 204 27, 1183 

Boss V. HiU (1846), 2 C. B. 890 ; 3 D. ft L. 788 ; 15 L. J. C. P. 182 . .161, 162 

Boss V. Lapham (1817), 14 Mass. 275 266 

Boss V. Parkyns (1875), L. B. 20 Eq. 331 ; 44 L. J. Ch. 610 ; SOL. T. 331; 

24 W. B. 5 169 

Bossiter v. Miller (1878), 46 L. J. Ch. 228 ; L. B. 5 Ch. D. 648, 658 . .671, 678 

Bouch r. G. W. By. Co. (1841), 1 Q. B. 63 379,380,381 

BoupeU r. Haws (1863), 3 F. ft F. 784 236,609 

Bousillon 9. Bonaillon (1880), 14 Ch. D. 351 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 339 ; 42 L. T. 

679; 28W. B 623; 44 J. P. 663 1146 

Boutledge v, Hu»lop (1860\ 29 L. J. M. C. 90 ; 2 E. ft E. 549 1119 

Boutledge v. Bamsay (1838). 8 A. ft R. 222 ; 3 N. ft P. 319; 1 W. W. 

ft H. 232; 2 Jur. 789; 7 L. J. Q. B. 156 44,712 

Bowan v. Jebb (1846), 10 Ir. Law B. 216 553 

Bowbotham v. Wilson (1861), 6 E. ft B. 593 ; 27 L. J. Q. B. 61 ; 30 L. J. 

Q. B. 49; 8E. ft B. 123; 8 H. L. Cas. 348 114 

BowcUffe V. Leigh, LeigVs Estate, Be (1877), L. B. 4 Ch. D. 661 ; 

46 L. J. Ch. 60 ; 25 W. B. 56 1189 

Bowcroftv. Basset (1802), Pea. Add. Cas. 199, 200 464 

Bowe V. Brenton (1828), 8 B. ft C. 737. .118, 232, 297, 437, 438, 441, 1036, 1040 

Bower. Carney (1885), 139 Mass. 41 616 

Bowe V. Grenfel (1824), By. ft M. 398 118 

Bowe V. Osborne (1815), 1 Stark. B. 140; 18 B. B. 754 298 

Bowe r. Parker (1792), 6 T. B. 31 232 

Bower. Bowe (1848), 2 DeG. ft Sm. 297; 17 L. J. Ch. 357 806 

Bowe V, Tipper (1853), 13 C. B. 249 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 135; 17 Jur. 440. ... 32 

Bowlandr. Ashby (1825), By. ft M. 232 579 

Bowlands r. De Vecohi (1882), Cab. ft E. 10 159,464 

Bowlands v. Samuel (1850), 1 1 Q. B. 41, n. ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 66 30 

Bowley r. Home (1825), 3 Bing. 2 1096 

Bowley r. Lond. ft N. W. By. Co. (1873), 42 L. J. Ex. 153 ; L. R. 8 Ex. 

221 1>^1, 936 

Bowntree V. Jacob (1809), 2 Taun. 141 92 

Boyal Aquarium v. Parkinson, (1892) 1 Q. B. 431 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 409; 

66 L. T. 513; 40 W. B. 450; 56 J. P. 4(«4 '. 869 

Boyal Bank, &c. r. Tottenham (1894), 9 B. 569 ; (18i^4) 2 Q. B. 716 ; 64 

L.J. Q. B. 99; 61 L. T. 522 ; 43 W. B. 22 .^dtf. [646] 

BoyalEx. Ass. Co.r. Moore (1863), 2 New. C«. 63; 8L.T.242; 11 W.B.692. 758 
Boyle r. Hairis, (1895) P. 162 ; 64 L. J. P. 65 ; 43 W. B. 352 ; 72 L. T. 

474 Add. [699] 

Buddr. Wright (1832), 1 Ph. Ev. 240 396, 440 

Ruddock r. Marsh (1857), IH. ftN. 601 166 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clxxxi 

PAOB 

Badge •. H'Qnihj (1841), 4 Ir. L. B. 161 285 

EogflT 9. KiDRBmill (1867), L. R. 1 Adm. & Eco. S43 ; 36 L. J. Ecc. 17 . . 130 
RoiiSmII v. Het. Bank (1877j, 2 Q. B. D. 194 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 846 ; S6 

L.T.240; 25 W. R. 366 6,648 

Rumsey «. Reade (1876), 1 Ch. D. 643 ; 45 L. J. Ch. 489 ; 33 L. T. 803 ; 

24W. R. 245 634 

Rash V. Peaoock (1838), 2 M. & Rob. 162 311, 510 

Rnjih V. Smith (1834), 1 0. M. & R. 94 ; 2 Dowl. 687 ; 4 Tyr. 675 ; 3 L. J. 

Ex. 355 942 

Rnahworth v. Lady Pembroke (1668), Hardr. 472 1116 

Riinel V. Ruflsel (1783), 1 Bro. 0. C. 269; 12 Ves. 197 682 

Ruaeell, Ex parte (1812), 1 Rose, 278 866 

RaaHeU, Ex parte, Re Batterworth (1882), 51 L. J. Ch. 621 ; 19 Ch. D. 

688: 46L. T. 113; 30 W. R. 684 136 

Ruasell v. Coffin (1829), 8 Pick. 143 927 

RomeU V. Dickson (1842), 2 Dr. ft War. 139 740 

Riusell r. Dickson (1863), 4 H. L. Cas. 293 806 

Roasellv. Jackson (1861), 9 Hare, 392 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 146 ; 16 Jur. 117..692. 693, 604 

Kunell V. Langstaffe (1780), 2 Douj^. 514 1206 

Russell V. Rider (1834), 6 C. ft P. 416 928, 960 

Rnsaellv. St. Aub7n(1876),2Ch.D.398: 46L. J. Ch. 611; 35L.T.396 .806,1163 
Rosaell v. Smjth (1842), 9 M. ft W. 810 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 929 ; 11 L. J. £k. 

308 1142, 1146, 1217 

Rnst V. Baker (1837)» 8 Sim. 443 1 72 

Riutell r. Ifocqoister (1809), 1 Camp. 49, n 244 

Rntherford, Re (1880), 14 Ch. D. 687 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 664 ; 43 L. T. 106 ; 

28 W. R. 802 716 

Rutland's, Countess of, case (1606), 6 Co. Rep. 64a 83, 743 

Ratter v. Chaprnfin (1841), 8 M. & W. 388 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 118 ; 6 Jur. 

610; llL. J. Ex. 178 475 

Bntter r. Tregent (1879), 48 L. J.. Ch. 791 ; 12 Ch. D. 768 ; 41 L. T. 16 : 

27 W. R. 902 22 1 

Byall V. Hannam (1847), 10 Beav. 636 ; 16 L. J. Ch. 491 ; 11 Jur. 761 . . 798 

Byanv. Dolan (1872), I. R. 7 Eq. 92 818 

Ryan 9. Nolan (1864-5), I. R. 3 C. L. 319 166 

Kyan v. Ring (1890), 25 L. R. Ir. 1 84 1 170 

Byan V. Ryan (1816), 2 Phill. Eoo. L. 332 1144 

Byan r. Ryan (1889), 26 L. R. Ir 186 466, 467 

Byan v, Sams (1848), 12 Q. B. 460 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. '271 ; 12 Jur. 746 169 

Kyberg r. Ryberg (1863), 32 L. J. P. & M. 112 ; 11 W. R. 602 '. 939 

Bjder v. HaJbome (1831). cited 2 Russ. ft My. 169 418 

Byder «. Wombwell (1868), 38 L. J. Ex. 8 ; L. R. 4 Ex. 32 ; 19 L. T. 

4W; 17W. R. 167 28,48,49 



81BIBE9. Robins (1808), 1 Camp. 255 1142, 1153, 1154 

Sadlier v. Biggs (1853), 4 H. L. Cas. 436 ; 10 Ir. Eq. R. 522 297, 792 

Sage P. Wilcox (1826), 6 Conn. 81 669 

Bainaboiy v. Matthews (1888), 4 M. ft W. 347 ; 8 L. J. Ex. 1 ; 7 Dowl. 23 . . 187, 

194, 686 

8t. Catherine's Hospital case (1672), 1 Vent. 151 1179 

8t. DeTereux v. Much Dew Church (1761-2), 1 W. Bl. 367 296 

8t. George «. St. Margaret (1706), I Salk. 123 102 

BL Losky v. Green (1860), 9 C. B. N. S. 370 ; 2 F. ft F. 106 ; 30 L. J. C. P. 

191 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 394 ; 3 L. T. 297 ; 9 W. R. 119 188, 194 

Banter •. Ferguson (1849), 7 C. B. 727 ; 18 L. J. C. P. 217 44 

Saanthill r. Bound (1802), 4 Eop. 74 957 

Sale 9. Lambert (1874), L. R. 18 Eq. 1 ; 43 L. J. Ch. 470 ; 22 W. R. 478. . 671 

Salisboiy 9. Marshall (1829), 4 C. ft P. 65 774 

Salisbury, M. of 9. Gt. North. Ry. Co. (1868), 5 C. B. N. S. 174 ; 28 L. J. 

C.P.40; 5Jur.N.8.70 .' 112 

Salkdd 9, Johnson (1841), 1 Hare, 186 ; 11 L. J. Ch. 201 75 

Salkeld r. Johnson (1816), 2 C. B. 749 7o 

Salkeid v. Johnaon (1846, should be 1848), 2 Ex. 256 ; 18 L. J. Ex 89 . . 75 

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Clxxxii TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

KAGl 

Salmkyrburg v. Pomansky (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 218 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 428 ; 

32 W. R. 762 834 

Salmon r. Webb (1862), 3 H. L. Cas. 610 ; 13 Q. B. 8i6 757 

Salouod V. Woodmaas (undated), 2 Park. InB. 727 1149 

Salte «. Thomas (1802), 3 B. & P. 188 1060, 1051, 1172 

Saltmarahp. Hardj (1873), 42 L. J. Gh. 422 495 

Sammon8P.Bailey(1890),24Q.B.D.727; 69 L.J. Q. B. 342; 38W.R.606.. 964 

SampBon v, Tardley (1667), 2 Keb. 223, pi. 74, 19 Car. 2 367 

Sanborn v, Neilaon (1828), 4 New. Hampn. 501 515 

Sanders v. Maolean (1883), II Q. B. D. 327 ; 62 L. J. Q. B. 481 ; 49 L. T. 

462; 31W.R.698 6 

Sanders t>. Meredith (1828), 3 M. &Ry. 116 451 

Sanders v. St. Neot*s Union (1846), 8 Q. B. 810 ; 15 L. J. M. C. 104 ; 10 

Jur. 666 641, 644 

Sanders v. Sanders (1882), 19 Ch. D. 380; 61 L. J. Ch. 279 ; 45 L. T. 637; 

30 W. R. 281 721 

Sanderson v. Collman (1843), 4 M. & Gr. 209 ; 4 Scott, N. R. 638 ; 11 L. J. 

C. P. 270 90,547 

Sandenton v. Graves (1876), L. R. 10 Ex. 234 ; 44 L. J. Ex. 210 ; 33 L. T. 

269; 11 L.J. C P. 270; 33 W. R. 797 752 

Sanderson v. Nestor (1826), Ry. & M. 402 1189 

Sanderson v, Svmonds (1819), 1 B. & B. 430 ; 4 Moore (C. P.) 42. . 1194, 1195, 1201 
Sanderson v. Wewtley (1840), 6 M. & W. 98; 8 Dowl. 412 ; 9L. J. Ex. 204 732 

Sandfordv. Reminjjrton (1793), 2 Ves. 189; 2 R. R. 195 611 

Sandilands. Re (1871), L. R. 6 C. P. 41 1 ; 24 L. T. 273 ; 19 W. R. 641 . . 134 

Sandilands v. Marsh (1819), 2 B. & Aid. 673 161, 386 

Sandys p. HodgpsoD (1839), 10 A. & E. 472 ; 2 P. &D. 436 ; 9 L.J. Q. B. 31 . .512,549 

Sanfordu. Chase (1824), 3 Cowen, 381 869 

Sanfordp. Raikes (1816), 1 Mer. 653 784 

Sani^ter r. Mazarreflo (1816), 1 Stark. 161 495 

Saph V. Atkinson (1822), 1 Add. 216 1223 

Sarellr. Wine (1803), 3 East, 409 714 

Sargcsoni;. Sealy (1742), 2 Atk. 412 1192 

Surl r. Bourdillon (1856), 26 L. J. C. P. 78 ; 1 C. B. N. S. 188 ; 2 Jur. 

N. S. 1208 670, 671, 672 

Sastry Velaider v. Sembecutty (188 1), 6 App. Cas. 364 ; 60 L. J. P. C. '28 ; 

44L. T. 896 149 

Satterthwaite v. Powell (1838). 1 Curt. 705 174 

Saunders, Re (1865), 35 L. J. P. & M. 26 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 16 ; 11 Jur. 

N. S. 1027 ; 14 W. R. 148 702 

Saunders r. Bates (1857), 1 H. & N. 402 189 

Saunders r. Cramer (1842), 3 Dr. & War. 187 C^^ 

Saunders r. Mills (1829), 3 M. & P. 520; 6 Bing. 213 245 

Saunders «. Saunders (1848), 6 Notes of Cases, 518 1^3 

Saunders v. Topp (1849), 4 Ex. 890 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 374 689, 690 

Saunderson v. Jackson (18n0), 2 B. & P. 238 ; 3 Esp. 180 ; 6 R. R. 580..674, 675 

Saunderson «. Judge (1795), 2 H. Bl. 609 ; 3 R. R. 492 15^ 

Savage r. (1780), 1 Doug. 356, n. 4 151 

Savage r. Binney (1834), 2 Dowl. 643 341 

Savager. Canning (1867), L R. 1 C. L. 434 188 

Savage v, Hutchinson (1855), 24 L. J. Ch. 232 ; 2 Eq. R. 368 1030 

Savery r. King (1856), 6 H. L. C. 627, 655, 656; 2 Jur. N. S. 603; 25 

L. J. Ch. 482 187 

Sawyer f>. Birohmore (1836), 3 My. & K 672 693,608 

Sawyer V. Eifert (1820), 2 Nott. &M'C. 511 253 

Sawyer v. Maine Fire and Mar. Ins. Co. (1839), 12 Mass. 291 1H7 

Saye and Sele Peer. (1846), 1 H. of L. Cas. 607 101, 1093 

Sayerp. Glos8op(1848), 2Ex. 409; 17 L. J. Ex. 300 1229 

Sayerr. Kitchen (1791), 1 Eap. 200 1191 

Sayer •. Wagstaff (1842), 6 Beav. 462 ; 13 L. J. Ch. 161 ; 8 Jur. 1083 .. 923 

Sayers v. Walsh (1848), 12 Ir. L. R. 435 515 

Sayre v. Hughes (1868), L. R. 6 Eq. 876 ; 37 L. J. Ch. 401 ; 16 W. B. 

662; 18L.T.347 : ^ 

Say ward f>. Stevens (1864), 69 Mass. (3 Gray), 97— 102 Vol 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clxxxiii 

pAoa 
Soaife 9. Wurrant (1875), 44 L. J. Ex. 86, 236 ; L. R. 10 Ex. 368 ; 33 L. T. 

278; 28W. R. 840 772 

Scales 9, Key (1840), 11 A. & E. 819 ; 3 P. & D. 6O0 168 

Scaramanga v. Stamp (1880), 6 C. P. D. 295 ; 49 L. J. C. P. 674 ; 42 L. T. 

804 ; 28 W. R. 691 770 

Sebeibel 9. Fairbairn (1799), 1 Bob. & P. 388 87 

Sohibsby 9. We«texiholz (1870), 40 L. J. Q. B. 73 : L. R. 6 Q. B. 155 ; 24 

L.T. 93; 19 W. R. 687 1147 

Schmeltz 9. Avery (1851), 16 Q. B. 655 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 228 ; 15 Jar. 291.. 759 

Schneider 9. Norria (1814), 2 M. & Sel. 286 ; 15 R. R. 250 676 

Scbofield, Ex parte. In re Firth (1877), 6 Ch. D. 230 ; 46 L. J. Bank. 112 ; 

37L.T.281; 26 W. R. 9 966 

Schofield 9. Heap (1859), 28 L. J. Ch. 104; 27 Beay. 93; 4 Jar. N. S. 1067.. 806 
Schofieldr. Londesborough (Lord),(1896) 14 R. (March), 233; (1895) 1 Q.B. 

536; 64 L. J. Q. B. 293; 72L.T.46; i'iW, R. 331 Add. [1206] 

Scholea «. Chadwick (1843), 2 M. & Rob. 507 446, 611 

Scholes V. Hilton (1842), 10 M. & W. 15 ; 2 Dowl. N. S. 229; 11 L. J. 

Ex 332 832 833 

Scholey v. Goodmaii *(i823)Vl Bing.' 34^^^ ' 601 

Scholey 9, Walton (1844), 12 M. & W. 614 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 122 492 

Sohulu 9. Astley (1836), 2 Bing. N. C. 644 ; 2 Scott, 816 ; 1 Hodges, 642; 

7 C. & P. 99 647 , 1 206 

Schwalbe, The (1861). Lush. 239 ; 14 Moo. P. C. C. 241 ; 4 L. T. 160. . . . 178 

Scoonesr. Morrell (1839), 1 Beav. 251 112 

SooreU r. Boxall (1827), 1 Y, & J. 396 687 

Scott 9, Bentley (1855), 24 L. J. Ch. 244 ; 1 E. & J. 281 ; 1 Jnr. N. S. 394.. 1150 

Scott 9. BonrdillioD (1806), 2 Bos. & P. N. R. 213 ; 9 R. R. 644 763 

Scott 9. Brown (1892), 4 R. 42 ; 2 Q. B. 724 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 738 ; 41 

W. R. 116; 67L. T. 782; 67 J. P. 213 7 

Scott ». Clare (1812), 3 Camp. 236 293 

Scott 9, Commonweslth (1893), 42 Am. St. R. 371 Add. [569] 

Scott 9. Crawford (1842), 4 M . & Gr. 1031 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 781 546 

Scott r. Fenoulhett (1784), 1 Cox, Ch. R. 79 803 

Scott r. Inring (1830), 1 B. & Ad 606 168 

Scottv. Jones (1813), 4 Taun. 866; 14 R. R. 686 289, 318 

Scott r. Lifford (1808), 9 East, 347 ; 1 Camp. 246 32 

Scott 9. Land. Dock Co. (1865), 34 L. J.Ex. 220; 3 H.& C. 596; 13 L.T. 148 163 

Scott 9. Marshall (1832), 2 C. & J. 238 ; 2 Tyr. 257 ; 1 L. J. Ex. 97 496 

Scott r.MUler (1859), 1 Johns. 328 966 

Scott 9. Oxford, Ld. (1808), Peake, 170, n. a ; Ball, N. P. 7 244 

Scott 9, Pilkington (18f)2), 31 L. J. Q. B. 81 ; 2 B. & S. 11 ; 6 L. T. 

21 1 140, 1154 

Scott 9. Sampson (1882), 8 Q. B. D. 491 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 380 ; 46 L. T. 

412; 30 W. R. 641; 46 J. P. 408 256 

Scott r. Scott (186^^), 1 8. & T. 258 703 

Scoter. Shearman (1775), 2 W.BI. 977 1103 

Scott 9. Stanfifield (1868), L. R. 3 Ex. 220 ; 37 L. J. Ex. 165 ; 18 L. T. 

572; 16W.R,911 1099 

Scott 9. Waithman (1822), 3 Stark. 168 1213 

Scott 9. Walker (1853), 2 E. & B. 555 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 404 ; 17 Jur. 916. . 1185 

Soonler 9. Plowright (1856), 10 Moo. P. C. R. 440, 444—446 140 

Scrotton f^. Childs (1877), 36 L. T. 212 740, 766 

Sea Nymph, The (1860), Lush. Adm. R. 23 176 

Seago 9. Deane (1828), 4 Bing. 459 ; 1 M. & P. 227 ; 3 C. & P. 170 754 

Seale-Hayne V. Jodrell, (1891) A. C. 304 ; 65 L. T. 57 740 

Seaman 9. Nethordift (1876), 1 C. P. D. 640 ; 45 L. J. C. P. 798 ; 34 L. 

T. 878 ; 24 W. R. 884 866 

Searle 9. Barrinffton, Ld. (1728), 2 Str. 826 ; 8 Mod. 278 ; 2 Ld. Raym. 

1370; 3Bro.P. C. 693 447, 461 

Searle r. Keeres (1797), 2 Esp. 698 691 

Searle v. Laverick (1874), L. K. 9 Q. B. 122 ; 43 L. J. Q. B. 43 ; 30 L. T. 

89; 22W. R. 367 772 

Searle r. Price (1816). 2 Hagg. Cons. 189 603 

Searle r. Reynolds (1866), 7 B. & S. 704 ; 14 L. T. 618 107 

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Clxxxiv TABLE OF CASES aXED. 

PAOfB 

Searles v. Scarlett, (1892) 2 Q. B. 66 ; 61 L. J. Q B. 678 ; 66 L. T. 8-^ ; 

40 W. R. 696 ; 66 J. P. 789 1006 

Seddon r. Tutop (1796). 6 T. R. 607 ; 1 Esp. 401 ; 3 R. R. 274 1123 

Seed V. Higgins (I860), 8 H. L. Gas. 660, 661, 666 ; 80 L. J. Q. B. 314 ; 

6 Jur. N. 8. 1264 43,47 

Selbyr. Harrifl (1698). 1 Ld. Raym. 745 1013, 1044 

Selby V. HilU (1832), 8 Bing. 166 ; 1 Bowl. 267 ; 1 M. & So. 253 ; 1 L. J. 

C. P. 65 866, 870 

Selbyv. Selby (1817). 3 Mer. 2 ; 17 R. R. 1 674 

Selden r. Williams (1839), 9 Watte, 9 78r 

Selfer. Isaacson (1868), 1 F. & F. 194 917,918 

SeUers r. Till (1825), 4 B. & C. 665 161 

Sells r. Hoare (1822), 3 B. &B. 232; 7 M«Hjre (C. P.), 36 906 

Sells V. Sells (1860), 29 L. J. Oh. 600 ; I Dr. & Sm. 42 ; 8 W. R. 327 .... 749 
Selmes v. Judge (1871), L. R. 6 Q. B. 724 ; 40 L. J. Q. B. 287 ; 24 L. T. 

906; 19 W. R. 1110 226 

Selway r. Ohappell(1841), 12Siin. 113; 10 L. J. Ch. 323 910 

Solwoodi;. Mildmay (1797), 3 Ves. 306; 4 R. R. 1 8"2 

Selwyn's case (1831), 3 Hag^. Eco. 748 174 

Senior v. Armytage (1816]. Holt, N. P. R. m ; 17 R. R. 627 768 

Serlev. Norton (1841), 2 M. & Rob. 401. 404, n.(d) 32 

Setonv. Blade (1802), 7 Ves. 275 ; 6 R. R. 124 675 

Sewellv. Corp (1824), 1 0. & P. 392 1178 

Sewell V, Evans (1843), 4 Q. B. 626 ; 12 L. J. Q. B. 276 ; 3 G. & D. 

604 1218,1219 

Seymour v. Maddox (1851), 16 Q. B. 326 : 20 L. J. Q. B. 327 778 

Shaftesbury, Ld. r. Digby, Ld. (1676), 3 Keb f\n 900 

Shah Mukhmn Lall r. Nawab Im. Dowlah (1865), 10 Moo. Ind. App. C. 

362 711 

Shand v. Bowes (1877), 1 Q. B. D. 470 ; 45 L. J Q. B. 607 ; 2 App. Cas. 

466; 46 L.J. Q. B. 561; 36 L. T 857; 25 W. R. 730 4« 

Rhankland r. City of Washington (1831), 6 Pet. 394 758 

Shannon v. Bradstreet (1803), 1 Sch. & Lef. 7H ; 9 R. R. 11 670 

Shapcott V. Chappell (1883), 12 Q. B. D. 68 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 77 ; 32 W. R. 

1 83 1232 

Shardlow 'v' CotteriJi (1881*),* *20 'ch.' 'd.' 90 ; '61 L.* J. 'ch! *36*3 ; '46 L. 't*. 

672 ; 30 W. R. 143 670,672 

Sharmau v. Brandt (1871), L. R. 6 Q. B. 720 ; 40 L. J. Q. B. 312 ; 19 W. 

R. 956 668 

Sharp r. Carter (1736), 3 P. Wms. 376 961 

Sharp V. Loach (1862), 31 B«av. 491 ; 10 W. R. 878 137 

Sharp 9. NewHholme (1839), 6 Bing. N. 0. 713 ; 8 Scott, 23; 3 Jur. 581; 

9 L. J. C. P. 211 877 

Sharps. Scoging (1817), Holt, N. P. R. 641 973 

Sharper. Biugley (1817), 1 Mill. R. 373 927 

Sharpe v. Lamb (1840). 11 A. & E. 805 ; 3 P. & D. 454 ; 4 Jur. 965 . .310, 475 
Shatwell v, HaU (1842), 10 M. & W. 623 ; 2 Duwl N. S. 567 ; 12 L. J. 

Ex. 74 227 

Shaw, Ex parte (1821), Jao. 270 821 

Shaw V, Att. -Gen. (1870), L. R. 2 P. & D, 166 ; 39 L. J. P. 81 ; 23 L. T. 

322; 18 W. R. 1145 1143 

Shawr. Beck (1853), 8 Ex. 392 272 

Shaw V. Bran (1816), 1 Stark. R. 319 ; 18 R. R. 772 135 

Shawr. Broom (1824), 4 Dowl. & R. 731 611,513 

Shaw V. Gould (1868), L. R. 3 H. L. 66; 37L. J.Ch. 433; 18 L. T.833.. 1144 

Shaw V. Markham (1791), Pea. R. 166 817 

Shaw V. Neville, cited Greenleaf on Ev. 15th ed 369 698 

Shaw V. Pioton (1825), 7 Dowl. & R. 201 ; 4 B. & 0. 715 542 

Shaw r. Port PhiKp Gold Mining Co. (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 103 ; 63 L. J. 

Q. B. 369; 60L.T. 685; 32 W. R. 771 587 

Shawr. Shaw (186>), 31 L. J. P. & M. 96: 2 S. & T. 642 873 

Shearman v. Pyke (1724), cited 3 Curteis, 539 -542 702 

Bheam, In goods of (1880), 60 L. J. P. 16 ; 43 L. T. 736 ; 29 W. R. 446 ; 

46J. P. 308 707 

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TABLE OF CABES CITED. CIXXXV 

PAGB 

Gaieddffi 9. Att.-Oen. and Patrick (1861), 80 L. J. P. & M. 217 ; 2 8. & T. 

170 408, 409,412, 416, 1103, 1109 

Shedden v. Patrick (1864), 1 Maoq. 636 ; 1 Paterson, 332 1132, 1133 

Sheehj v. The Profess. life Awur. Go. (1863), 13 G. B. 787; 22 L. J. 

G. P. 244 1148 

Sheen 9. BampAt«ad (1863), 2 H. & 0. 193; 82 L. J. Ex. 271 ; 8 L. T. 

832 ; 11 W. R. 734 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 242 242 

Sheffield & Manch. Rj. Go. 9. Woodcock (1841), 7 M. & W. 674 ; 2 RaUw. 

G.622; 11L..J.EX.26 641 

Sheldon «. Clark (1806), iJohns. 613 267 

Shelly V. Wrijfht (1737), Willes, 9 9i 

Shelton v. Braithwaite (1841), 7 M. & W. 436 ; 6 Jur. 28 32, 671 

Shelton v. Springett (1851), 11 G. B. 462 168 

Shephard r. PavDe (1863;, 3 N. R. 680 ; 16 G. B. N. S. 132 ; 33 L. J. G. P. 

158; 10 L. T. 19;i; 12 W. R. 581; 10 Jur. N. S. 640 124, 791 

Shepheard v. Beethain (1872), L. R. 2 P. & D. 384 ; 4 1 L. J. P. 44 844 

Shepherd r. Chewter (1808), 1 Gamp. 274 ; 10 R. R. ^81 652 

Shepherds. Ciirrie (1816), 1 Stark. R. 464 164 

Shepherd v. Hilln (1857). 26 L. J. Ex. 6 ; 11 Ex. 65 76 

Shepherd v. Hodsmau (1852), 18 Q. B. 316 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 263 ; 16 Jur. 948 649 

Shepherd v. Mackool (1813), 3 Gamp. 326 ; 14 R. R. 752 166 

Shepherd v, Pybua (1842), 3 M. & Gr. 880 ; 4 Scott, N. R. 434 ; 11 L. J. 

G. P. 101 776, 777 

Shepherd «. Sharp (1866), 26 L. J. Ex. 264; 1 H. & N. 115 228 

Shepherd v. Shorthose (1719), 1 Str. 412 1046 

bheppazd 9, Gosnold (1673), Vaugh. 169 792 

Sheridan and Kirwan^a oaae (1811), 31 How. St. Tr. 673 296 

Sheridan r. The New Quaj Go. (1868), 28 L. J. G. P. 58 ; 4 G. B. N. S. 

618 ; 5 Jur. N. S. 248 646 

Sherlock 9, Passman (1836), 7 G. & P. 292, 293 39, 259 

Sherman v. Sherman (1787), 2 Vem. 276 626 

Sberratt v. Montford (1873), 42 L. J. Gh. 688 ; L. R. 8 Gh. 928 ; 21 W. R. 

719 793 

Sherrington's case (183>'), 2 Lew. G. G. 123 666 

Sherrington v. Jermyn (182H), 3 G. & P. 374 1203 

ShickemeU v. Hotham (1854), 1 Kay, 669 713 

Shiel V. O'Brien (1872), I. R. 7 Eq. 64 704 

Shields v. Boucher (1847), 1 De G. & Sm. 51 418, 419, 420, 421 

Shiells 9. Bldckburae (1789), 1 H. Bl. 158 ; 2 R. R. 760 39 

Shiebv. Gannon (1866), 16 Ir. G. L. R. 688 777 

Shiloock (should be Sherlock) v. Passman (18.>6), 7 G. & P. 292, 293 ... .39, 259 

Shipworthr. Green (1725), 8 Mod. 311; 1 Str. 610 92 

Shirley v. Todd (1832), 9 Greenl. 83 611 

Shore 9. Bedford (1843), 6 M. & Gr. 271 ; 12 L. J. G. P. 138 602, 607 

Shora 9 Wilson (1812), 9 Gl. & Fin. 356, 625 741, 744, 761, 762, 763, 764, 

784, 788, 789, 790 
Short 9, Lee (1821), 2 Jao. k W. 464 . . . .396, 434, 435, 437, 441, 442, 443, 447 

Short 9. Stoy (1836), cited Roscoe, N. P. End. 65, 86 628 

Short r. Williams (1835), 4 Dowl. 357 16 

Shorti«de9.Gheek(1834), 1 A.&E. 67;3N.&M.866; 3L. J.K.B. 126..670,671 

Shott 9. Strealfield (1830), 1 M. & Rob. 8 372 

Shower r. Pilck (1849), 4 Ex. 478 ; 19L. J.Ex. 113 639 

Shrewsbury's (Lady) case (1612), 2 How. St. Tr. 773 678 

Shrewsbuzy Peer. (1867), 7 H. L. G. 1 ... .309, 403, 414, 425, 426, 1047, 1092, 

1167, 1224 
Shropshire TJnion Ry. & Canal Go. v. R. (1875), L. R. 7 H. L. 496 ; 46 

L. J. Q. B. 31; 82L. T. 283; 23 W. R. 7'9 1076 

Shuttleworth 9. Le Fleming (1866), 19 G. B. N. S. 687 ; 34 L. J. G. P. 309 ; 

11 Jur. N. S. 840; 14 W. R. 13 76, 722 

Bibbeiing 9. Balcarras (1860), 3 De O. & Sm. 736 ; 19 L. J. Gh. 262 ; 14 

Jur. 768 128 

Siohel r. Lambert (1864), 16 G. B. N. S. 781 ; 33 L. J. G. P. 137 ; 10 Jur. 
N. S. 617; 12 W. R. 312 129, 149 

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clxxxvi TABLE OF CASES CTIED. 

PliSI 

Siddona v, Lawienoe (1879), 4 Ex. D. 176 ; 48 L. J. Ex. 446 ; 40 L. T. 

796; 27 W. R. 791 41 

Siddona r. Short (1877), 2 C. P. D. 672 ; 46 L. J. C. P. 796 ; 87 L. T. 280. . 114 
Sidebottom v. Adkina (1868), 27 L. J. Ch. 162; 30 L. T. 163; 6 W. B. 

97 964 

Sideways v. Dyson (1817), 2 Stark. 49 958, 1191 

Sidmouth «. Sidmouth (1840), 2 Beav. 447 ; 9 L. J. Ch. 282 666, 806 

Sidney, Algernon, case of (1683), 9 How. St. Tr. 864 385 

SidweU v. Maaon (1867), 2 H. & N. 306 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 407 ; 3 Jur. N. S. 

649 711 

Sievewright v. Azohibald (1861), 17 Q. B. 116 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 629 ; 15 

Jut. 947 297, 299 

Siggers V, Evans (1866), 6 E. & B. 367 ; 3 C. L. R. 1209 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 

706; iJur. N. S. 861 639 

Bikes V. Wild (1861), 30 L. J. Q. B. 326 ; 32 L. J. Q. B. 376 ; 1 B. & S.^ 

687; 4B. &S. 421; 8 L. T. 652 ; 11 W. R. 964 77$ 

Silbermanr. Clark (1884), 96 N. Y. 624 763 

Silkstone and Dodifworth Coal and Iron Co., Re Whitworth*8 case (1881), 

19 Ch. D. 118; 61 L.J. Ch. 71; 45 L. T. 449 ; 30 W. R. 33 845 

Sillick V. Booth (1841), 1 Y. & C. C. C. 117 ; U L. J. Ch. 41 173, 175 

Sills V, Brown (1840), 9 C. & P. 601 340, 935 

Silver v. Stein (1852), 21 L. J. Ch. 312 ; 1 Drew. 295 1151 

Simm V. Anglo- Amer. Tel. Co. (1880), 6 Q. B. D. 188 ; 49 L. J. Q. B. 

392; 42L. T. 37; 28 W. R. 290; 44 J. P. 280 541 

Simmonds, Re (1842), 3 Curt. 79 694 

Simmondsr. Andrews (1839), iJebb & Sy. 631 7 

Simmonds v. Humble (1862), 13 C. B. N. S. 268: 9 L. T. 168 690 

Simmonds v. Simmonds (1847), 6 Notes of Cas. (Eoc. & Mar.) 324 631 

Simmons v. London Joint Stock Bank, (1891) 1 Ch. 270 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 313 ; 

62 L. T. 427 ; 63 L. T. 789 ; 39 W. R 449 ; (1892) A. C. 201 ; 61 L. J. 

Ch. 723; 66 L. T. 626 ; 41 W. R. 108 ; 66 J. P. 644 890 

Simmons v, Mitchell (1881), 6 App. Cas. 156; 60 L. J. P. C. 11 ; 43 L.T. 

710 • 29 W. R. 401 • 46 J. P. 237 929 

Simmonsr. Rudall (1850), 1 Sim. N.S.'ll6,' i36*137; 16 Jmr! N.'s. i62.!i42, 1192 

Simmons v. SimmouH (1847), 1 Roberts. 666 502 

Simms v. Henderson (1848), U Q. B. 1015 ; 17 L. J. Q. B. 209 348, 1037 

Simons v. Great West. Ry. Co. (1857), 18 C. B. N. S. 806 ; 2 C. B. N. 8. 

620; 26 L. J. C. P. 26 722 

Simons v. Patchett (1867), 26 L. J. Q. B. 196 ; 7 E. ft B. 668 ; 3 Jar. 

N. S. 742 780 

Simpson r. Dendy (I860), 8 C. B. N. S. 433; 6 Jur. N. 8. 11»7 112 

Simpson v. Dismore (1841), 9 M. & W. 47 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 367 ; 6 Jur. 

1012; llL. J. Ex. 137 1217 

Simpson v. Flamank (1867), L. R. 1 P. C. 463 ; 36 L. J. Eoc. 28 77 

Simpson v. Fogo (1860), 1 J. ft H. 18 ; 1 H. ft M. 196 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 403 ; 

32 L. J. Ch. 249; 11 W. R. 418; 8 L. T. 61 1103, 1146,1147 

Simpson •. Grayson (1892), 26 Amer. St. R. 62 254 

Simpson v. Lond. Gen. Omnibus Co. (1873), 42 L. J. C. P. 112 ; L. R. 8 

C. P. 390; 38L. T. 660; 21 W. R. 696 771 

Simpson 9. Margitson (1847), 11 Q. B. 23; 17 L. J. Q. B. 81 ; 12 Jur. 

166 16, 741, 763, 784 

Simpson v. Pickering (1834), 1 C. M. ft R. 529; 6 Tyr. 143; 4 L J. Ex. 20. 1112 
Simpson 9. Robinson (1848), 12 Q. B. 511 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 73 ; 13 Jur. 

187 246,628,527 

Simpson i>. Smith (1822). 2 Ph. Ev. 397 942 

Simsr. Marryat (1861), 17 Q. B. 281; 20 L. J. Q. B. 454 4,775 

Sims V. Thomas (1841), 3 Ir. L. R. 417 1147, 1154 

Sinclair «. Baggaley (1838), 4 M. ft W. 312 ; 1 H. ft H. 294 ; 2 Jur. 683 ; 

7 L. J. Ex . 306 146, 147 

Sinclair v. Eraser (1771), cited 20 How. St. Tr. 468 ; 1 Doug. 4, n 1154 

Sinclair©. Sinclair (1798), 1 Hagg. Const. 297 1146,1150 

Sinclair «. Sinclair (1846), 13 M. ft W. 640; 14 L. J. Ex. 109 488, 1111 

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PAOB 

Sinolair 9. Stevenson (1824), 1 C. & P. 685 ; 2 Bing. 614 . . . .310, 311, 747, 927, 

928, 960 
Singrleton «. Barrett (1832), 2 C. & J. 368; 2 Tjt. 409; 1 L. J. Ex. 134. .. . 293 

Singrleton v. St. Louis, &o. (1877), 66 Mo. 63 763 

Singrleton «. Tumlinson (1878), 3 App. Gas. 404 ; 38 L. T. 653 ; 26 W. B. 

722 701 

Sinquan, The (1880), 6 P. D. 241 ; 60 L. J. P. D. & A. 6 ; 43 L. T. 768. . 178 

Siordet v, Kuczinaki (1856), 17 C. B. 251 ; 26 L. J. G. P. 2 282 

Siaeona v. Dixon (1826), 5 B. & C. 758 : 8 D. & R. 626 106 

Skaife r. Jackson (1^24), 3 B. & C. 421 ; 6 Dowl. & R. 290 487, 552, 744 

Skeet tr. LindMij (1877), 46 L. J. Ex. 249 ; 2 Ex. D. 314 ; 36 L. T. 98 ; 

25 W. B. 322 711 

Skelton #. Cole (1867). 4 De G. & J. 587 671, 672 

Skelton •. Hawling (1749), 1 Wils. 258 532 

Skilbeck v. Garbett (1845), 7 Q. B. 846; 14 L. J. Q. B. 338; 9 Jar. 939. . 155, 158 
Skinner v. Great North. Ry. Co. (1874), 43 L. J. Ex. 150 ; L. R. 9 Ex. 

298 : 32 L, T. 223 ; 23 W. R. 7 1186 

Skinner r. Lend, k Bright. Ry. Co. (1850), 5 Ex. 787 ; 16 Jur. 299 163 

Skipworth v. Green (1725), 8 Mod. 311 ; 1 Str. 610 92 

Bkxinev. Gordon (1875), Ir. R. 9C. L.479 49 

Sknae v. Davis (1839), 10 A. & E. 635; 2 P. & D. 550; 7 Dowl. 774 ; 8 L. J. 

M. 0. 75 1073 

Skjnn^r r. Greenwood (1826), 4 B. & C. 281 ; 6 Dowl. & R. 401 ; 1 C. & 

P. 617 642 

Slmck V. Bochannan (1790), Pea. R. 6 616 

Slack V, Busteed (1856), 6 Ir. Ch. R. 1 694 

Slade V, Tucker (1880), 14 Ch. D. 824 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 644 ; 43 L. T. 49; 

28 W. R. 807 696 

Slane Peera^ (1855), Pari. Min. Pt. 2, p. 49 ; 5 Ci. & Fin. 41 422 

Slaney v. Wade (1836). 1 My. & C. 338 ; 7 Sim. 595 409, 416, 423, 424, 425 

Slaters. Hod^^son (1846), 9 Q. B. 727 . 2 New Sess. Cas. 488 430 

Slater r. Lawsou (1830), 1 B. & Ad. 396 493 

Slator r. Nolan (1876), J. R. 11 Eq. 367 137 

Slatterier. Pooley (1840), 6 M. & W. 664 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 8 ; 1 H. & W. 

16; 4 Jur. 1038 291, 292, 486 

Slaymaker p. Gundaoker's Ex. (1823), 10 Serg. & R. 75 493 

Slaymaker r. Wilson (1829), 1 Penrose & Watts, 216 1220 

Sleght V. Rhinelander (1806), 1 Johns. 192 765 

SUngsby 9. Grainger (1859), 7 H. L. Cas. 283 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 616 741, 801 

Sly r. Sly (1877), L. B. 2 P. D. 91; 46 L. J. P. D. & A. 63 444, 445 

Small p. Naime (1849), 13 Q. B. 840 355 

Smalloombe r. Bmgee (182t), M*C1. 45 ; 13 Price, 136 498 

Smart 9. Harding (1855), 15 C. B. 652 ; 24 L. J. C. P. 76 ; 1 Jar. N. S. 

311 ... 682 

Smart #. Hyde (1841),' 8 M. i W. 723 ; 1 DowlV N.* S.' 60 ;' 10 L.' J. Ex. 

479 769 

Smart 9. Horton (1855), 5 E. & B. 30 ; 24 L. J. Q. B. 260 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 

826 114 

Smart 9. Rayner (1834), 6 C. & P. 721 271 

Smart p. West Ham Union (1865), 10 Ex. 8G7 ; 3 C. L. B. 696 ; 24 L. J. 

Ex. 201 641 

Smartle V. Williams (1695), 8 Lev. 387 ; 1 Salk. 280 1214 

Smee a. Biyer (1848), 6 Moo. P. C. C. 604 ; 6 Notes of Cas. (Eco. & Mar.) 

406 698 

Smee r. Smee (1879), 6 P. Div. 84 ; 49 L. J. P. 8 ; 28 W. B 703 ; 44 J. 

P 220 ., ., .... .... 262 263 

8mith'»Erta'ti*Re,'Brid8onV. Sniih^ 24 W. R. 392 V.V.....V... * 534 

Smith, Be, Oswell v. Shepherd, (1892) 67 L. T. 64 134 

Smith and Goddard v, Bidgway (1866), 2 H. & C. 37 ; 4 H. & C. 677 ; 36 

li. J. Ex. 198 ; L. B. 1 Ex. 331 803 

Smith, Knight & Co., Be (1869), L. B. 4 Ch. 421 ; 38 L. J. Ch. 710 .... 8 46 

Smith, Mar?, case of (1616), 2 How. St. Tr. 1049 557 

l&mith 9. Adkins (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 402 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 628 693 

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Smith r. Andrews, (1891) 2 Ch. 678 ; 65 L. T. 176 76,1173 

Smith V, Battams (1867), 26 L. J. Ex. 232 92 

Smith r. Battens (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 341 .'."...*. 146 461 

Smith V. Beadnell (1807), 1 Camp. 30 ' " * 617 

Smith V. Dk. of Beaufort (1842), I Hare, 620; 13 L. J. Ch. 33; 1 Phiii.'2d9V. 1183 

Smith*. Biggs (1832), 6 Sim. 391 ; 2 L. J. Ch. 161 482 

Smith f>. Bird (1839), 3 Dowl. 641 476 

Smith 9. Blakey (1867), 8 B. & 8. 164 ; L. R. 2 Q. B.' 326 j 86 L.J.Q. b". 

166; 16W.k492 : 436,437,455 

Smith r. Blandy (1829), Rv. & M. 269 479 

Smith V. Brain (185 1), 16 Q. B. 244 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 201 ; 16 Jur. 287 .... 262 
Smith p. Brandram (1841), 2 M. & Qr. 260 ; 2 Soott, N. R. 639 ; 9 Dowl. 

441 ; 6 Jut. 173 194 

Smith V. Brownlow,Ld. (1869), L. R. 9 Eq. 241 ; 21L.T. 739 ; 18 W." "r.*271 896 
Smith V. BuUer (1876), L. R. 19 Eq. 473 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 69 ; 31 L. T. 873; 

23W. R. 332 ; 818 

Smith V. Bumham (1838), 3 Sumn. 438 !!!!.. 656 

Smith v. Cannan (1864), 2 E. & B. 36 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 291 -ii Jur.'gii!! 82 

Smith V. Cartwright (1861), 6 Ex. 927 ; 20 L. J. Ex. 401 148 

Smith V. Chester (1787). 1 T. R. 664 ; 1 R. R. 346 647, 648 

Smith r. Condor (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 878 ; 9 Ch. D. 170 . 27 W. R. 149. . 786 
Smith r. Cramer(1836), 1 Bing.N.C. 686; 1 Soott. 641; 1 Hodges, 124. .377,381 

Smith V, Crocker (lb09), 6 Mass. 638 7 1196 

Smith V. Daniell (1876), 44 L. J. Ch. 189 ; L. R. 18 Eq.* 649;* So'l. tV762.'. 699 

Smith V, Davies (1836), 7 C. & P. 307 259 

Smith r. De Wruitz (1825), Ry. & M. 212 ', ',\ 612 

Smith V, Doe d. Jersey (1819), 2 B. & P. 692 ; 1 B. & B. 97, iVo' !!!!!!!! S9 

Smith V, Dunham (1829), 8 Pick. 246 1201 

Smiths. East India Co. (1841), 1 Phill. 60 !!".'!'!!'! 618 

Smith r. Evans (1861), 1 Wils. 313 700 

Smiths. Fell (1841), 2 Curt. 667 ...'.......".!.'.'.".'."* 600 

Smith r. Flanders (1880), 129 Mass. 322 741 

Smith p. Forty (1829), 4 C. & P. 126 !!!!!!!!!'!"" 716 

Smith V. Harris (1846), 1 Roberts. 262 700 

Smith r. Hayes (1867), I. R. 1 C. L. 333 '. 623 

Smith V. Henderson (1842), 9 M. & W. 798 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 316 ; 2 Dowl. 

« ^\^'^i^ V 1217, 1218 

Smith r. Howden (1863), 2 New R. 30 ; 14 C. B. N. S. 398 118 

Smith r. Hudson (1865), 34 L. J. Q. B. 146 ; 6 B. & S. 431 ; 12 L. T. 377; 

13 W. R. 683 ; llJur. N. S. 622 692 

Smith V. Hughes (1871), L. R. 6 Q. B. 697 ; 40 L. J. Q. B. 221 ; 25 L. T. 

329 ; 19 W. R. 1 059 , 776 

Smith V, Huson (1811), 1 Phillimore, 294 '. 873 

Smith r. James (1861), 11 C. B. N. S. 62 ; 6 L. T. 626; 10 W. R. 131 * !.' 726 

Smith r. Jeffries (1821), 9 Price, 257 267 

Smith V. Jeffryee (1846), 16 M. & W. 661 : 16 L. J. Ex. 326 ....;.!!!!! ] 783 

Smithr. Johnson (1812), 16 East, 213; 13 R. R. 449 1124 

Smith V. Keal (1882), 9 Q. B. D. 340 ; 47 L. T. 142 ; 31 W. R. 76 890 

Smith t>. Keating (1849). 6 C. B, 136 86 

Smith V, King, (1892) 2 Q. B. 643; 67 L. T. 420; 40 W. R. '642'; '66 

J. P. 775 ;... 718 

Smith V. Knowelden (1841), 2 M. & Gr. 661 ; 9 Dowl. 402 ; 10 L. J. C. P. 

^ 12? 187, 188 

Smith t?. Lane (1824), 12 Serg. & R. 84 927 

Smithr. Lister (1895), 16 R. (Mar.), 416; 64L. J. Q. B. 164; 72L.T.'26'!! 1061 
Smith i;. Lloyd (1854), 9 Ex. 662, 674; 2 C. L. R. 1008; 23 L. J. Ex. 

19* 118 

Smith V. LoveU (1850), 10 C. B. 6; 1 L. M. & P. 794 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 67 ; 

16 Jut. 250 202 

Smith r. Lyon (1813), 3 Camp. 465; 14 R. R. 810 ll/.W. 496 

Smith r. Mapleback (1786), 1 T. R. 441 ; 1 R. R. 247 666 

Smith V, Marrable (1842), C. & Marsh. 479; 11 M. &.W. 6; 12 L, J. Ex. 

223 278,776 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. clxxxix 

PA.aB 
SmiUi V. Marsaok (1818), 6 C. B. 486 ; 6 Bowl, ft L. 363 ; 18 L. J. C. P. 

65 ; 12 Jur. 1060 647 

Smith V, Martin (1841), 0. & Marsh. 68 ; 9 M. ft W. 304 ; 1 Dowl. K. S. 

418 261 

Smith V. Matthews (1861), 30 L. J. Oh. 445 ; 7 Jar. ]^. S. 37a ; 4 L. T. 266; 

9 W.R. 644 666 

Smiths. Morgan (18-^9), 2 M. ft Rob. 267 496, 923, 926 

Smith r. Mullett (1809) 2 Camp. 208 ; 11 R. R. 694 31 

Smith r. Neale (1867), 2 0. B. N. S. 67 ; 26 L. J. 0. P. 143 ; 3 Jur. N. 8. 

616 675, 680, 778 

Smith r. Nioolls (1839), 6 Bing. N. 0. 222; 7 Scott, 147; 7 Dowl. 2S2; 

1 Am. 474 1142, 1162, 1156 

Smith r. Poole (1841), 12 Sim. 17 ; 10 L. J. Ch. 192 713 

Smith V. Rojston (1841), 8 M. ft W. 386 ; 1 Dowl. N. S. 124 ; 10 L. J. Ex. 

437 ' 1121 

Smith V. Rummens (1807), 1 Camp. 9 1102, 1109, 1116 

Smith V. Sainsbnrj (1832), 5 0. ft P. 196 1222 

Smith V. S<:udder (1824), 11 Serg. ft R. 325 604 

Smith 9. Shaw (1829), 10 B. ft 0. 277; 6 M. ft R. 225 227 

Smith r. Simmes (1796), 1 Esp. 330 614 

Smith V. Sleap (1843), 1 0. ft K. 48 310 

Smiths. Smith (1733-4), 2 Str. 956 638 

Smith r. Smith (Huson) 0811), 1 Phillimore, 294 373 

Smiths. Smith (1836), 3 Bing. N. 0. 29; 7 0. ft P. 401 610 

Smith 9. Smith (1866), 36 L. J. P. ft M. 66 ; L. R. 1 P. ft D. 143 ; 14 L. T. 

147; 14 W. R. 648 695, 697 

Smiths. Smith (1876), I. R. 10 Eq. 273 304,419 

Smith V, Surman (1829), 9 B. ft 0. 661 ; 4 M. ft R. 465 . .686, 687, 689, 690, 691 

Smith V, Sorridge (1801), 4 Esp. 26 ; 6 R. R.. 837 1143 

Smith r. Taylor (1805), 1 Bos. ft P. N. R. 196 161, 619 

Smith V. Tebbitt (1867), L. R. 1 P. ft D. 398, 434; 36 L. J. P. 97 ; 16 L.T. 

841; 16W.R. 18 170,416,423 

Smith V, Thackeray (1866), L. R. 1 0. P. 564 ; 35 L. J. 0. P. 276 ; 12 Jur. 

N. S. 645 ; 14 L. T. 761 ; 14 W. R. 832 114 

Smith 9. Thomas (1835), 2 Bing. N. 0. 380 ; 1 Hodges, 356 , 4 Dowl. P. 0. 

833 207 

Smith v\ Thompson '(i849),' 8*6! B.'iiV 18 L. J* C.P. 314 . ! . . .*.*!! . .* ! .' \ \ 44 
Smith r. Thome (1852), 21 L. J. Q. B. 199 ; 18 Q. B. 134 ; 16 Jnr. 332. .710, 712 

Smith r. Tombs (1839), 3 Jur. 72 682 

Smith V. Trusoott (1843), 1 Dowl. ft L. 630; 6 M. ft Gr. 267; 12 L. J. 

0. P. 336 832 

Smith V. Voss (1867), 2 H. ft N. 97 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 283 6 

Smith V. Webster (1876), 46 L. J. Oh. 628 ; 3 Oh. D. 49 ; 35 L. T. 44 ; 24 

W. R. 894 667 

Smith V. Whittingham (1833), 6 0. ft P. 78 435, 508 

Smith V. WiUdns (1833), 6 0. ft P. 180 231 

Smith r. Wilson (1832), 3 B. ft Ad. 729 764, 765 

Smith 9, Winter (1852), 12 0. B. 487 ; 21 L. J. 0. P. 168 ; 16 Jur. 908 . . 222 

Smith V. Young (1808), 1 Camp. 439 293 

8mith8on*s, Sir Hugh, Oibe (undated), cited Bull. N. P. 2z8 10 8 

Smyth V. Anderson (1849), 7 0. B. 21; 18 L. J. 0. P. 109; 13 Jur. 211.. 222, 

460 

Smyths. Wilson (1841), 2 Jebb ft Sy. 660 89, 92 

Smyther. Banks (1797), 4 Dall. 329 866 

SoelgiOTe r. Martin (1822), 2 M*0. 241 611 

Snell r. Finch (1863), 32 L. J. 0. P. 117 ; 13 0. B. N. S. 651 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 

333 ; 7 L. T. 747 162 

Soelling v. Huntingfield (1834), 1 0. M. ft R. 20; 4 Tyr. 606 : 4 L. J. 

Ex.232 681 

Suowballv. Goodrioke (1833), 4 B. ft Ad. 5tl 496 

Snowdon v. Smith (1811), dted 1 M. ft Sel. 286 255 

Soar «. Foster (1758, should be 1868), 4 K. ft J. 162 ; 4 Jur. N. S. 406 . . 066 
fiodety, ftcv. Wheeler (1814), 1 New Hamp. 810 122 

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PAOl 

Solicitor, In re, A (1880), 14 Ch. B. 162 814 

Solicitor to the TreaBory r. White (1886), 65 L. J. P. 79 12-12 

SoUy r. Hinde (1834), 2 0. & M. 616 ; 4 Tyr. 305 748 

Solomon, Re, Ex parte Dresnler (1878), 9 Ch. D. 252; 48 L. J. Bank. 20; 

39L. T. 377 662 

Solomon v. VintnerV Co. (1869), 4 H. & N. 586 ; 28 L. J. Ex. 370 ; 5 Jur. 

N. S. 1 177 116 

Solomons f>. CampbeU (1822), cited 1 St. Ey 177 924 

Solway, The (1885), 10 P. D. 137 ; 64 L. J. P. 83 ; 53 L. T. 680 ; 34 W. B. 

232; 6 Asp. M. C. 482 388 

Somerset, D. of, v. Fogwell (1826), 6 B. & C. 876 ; 1 D. & R. 747 lU 

Somerset, D. of, v, France (1727), 1 Str. 662 232 

Somerset v. Hart (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 360; ft3 L. J. M C. 77; 48 J. P. 327. . 107 
Somerville v. Hawkins (1851), 10 C. B. 583 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 131 ; 15 Jur. 

460 46,111 

Somerviller. Somerville (1801), 5 Ves. 750; 6 R. R. 155 179 

Somes r. Skinner (1825), 3 Pick. 62 90 

Soper r. Dibble (1696), 1 Ld. Raym. 176 5 

Sopwith V. Sopwith (1861), 30 L. J. P. & M. 131 ; 2 S. & T. 160 ; 7 Jur. 

N. S. 664 ; 4 L. T. 256 1110 

Sotheran ». Dening (1881), 20 Ch. D. 99 706 

Sotilichos V. Kemp (1848), 3 Ex. 106 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 36 766 

Souoh V. Strawbridge (1846), 2 C. B. 814 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 170; 10 Jur. 867. , 681, 

682 

Sonle's case (1828), 6 Greenl. 407 89S 

Sonter r. Drake (1834), 2 B. & Ad. 992; 3 N. & M. 40 773 

Sonth-Eastem Ry. Co. v. Warton (1862), 31 L. J. Ex. 516 ; 6 H. & N. 520 94 
South of Ireland Colliery Oo. v. Waddle (1869), L. R. 4 C. P. 618 ; 38 

L, J. C. P. 338 640, 641 

Southall c. Rigg (1851). 11 C. B. 481 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 145 ; 15 Jur. 706 . . 201 

Southampton case (1833), Cock. & R. 113 ; Per. & K. 225 496 

Southampton Dock Co. v, Richards (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 448 ; 1 Scott, N. R. 

219 1177 

Southampton, Mayor of, v. Graves (1800), 8 T. R. 590 ; 5 R. R. 480 .... 996 

Southard I?. Wrexford (1826), 6 Cowen, 254 962 

Southeet?. Denny (1847), 1 Ex. 196; 17 L. J. Ex. 161 189 

Southey t?. Nash (1837), 7 C. & P. 632 917 

Southwark BridgeCo. v. Sills (1826), 2 C. & P. 371 643 

Southwark Water Co. v. Quick (1878), 8 Q. B. D. 316 ; 47 L.J. Q. B. 

258 ; 26 W. R. 341 695, 1186 

SouthweU V. Bowditch (1876), 1 C. P. D. 100, 374; 45 L. J. C. P. 630; 

34L.T. 133; 36 L. T. 196; 24 W. R. 276, 838 769 

Southwick V. Southwick (1870), 2 Sweeney, 234 689 

Sowardr. Leggatt (1836), 7 C. & P. 615 268,269 

Sowerby v. Butcher (1834), 2 C. & M. 371 ; 4 Tyr. 320 758 

Spaddacini v. Keary (1889), 21 L. R. Ir. 663 914 

Spadwell v. (1730), cited Berkeley Peerage, 4 Camp. 410 419 

Spaight 9. Tedcastle (1881), 6 App. Cas. 217 ; 44 L. T. 689 ; 29 W. R. 

761; 4 Asp. M. C. 406 178 

Spaight©. TwiHS (1868), 13 Ir.C. L.R. 416 1168 

Sparger. Brown (1829), 9 B. & C. 936 435, 487 

Sparrow r. Farrant (1819), 2 St. Ev. 617, n 1227 

Sparrow v. HUl (1881), 7 Q. B. D. 362 ; 8 Q. B. D. 479 ; 50 L. J. Q. B. 

676; 44L.T. 917; 29 W. R. 705 42 

SpartaU v. Benecke (1850), 10 C. B. 212 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 293 766, 769 

Spears v. Hartly (1867), 3 Esp. 81 ; 6 R. R. 814 79 

Spence v. Dodsworth (1891), 60 L. J. Ch. 768 ; (1891) 1 Ch. 657 ; 64 L. T. 

282; 39W.R.362 914 

Spencer. Healey (1853), 8 Ex. 668 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 249 750 

Spencer. Stewart (1802), 3 East, 89 ; 6 R. R. 549 869 

Spenceley, Inthegoodsof, (1892) P. 256 ; 61 L. J. P. 133 1104 

Spenceley r. De Willott (1806), 7 East, 108 ; 3 Smith, 289 947 

Spenceley r. Schulenburgh (1806), 7 East, 367 607, 608 

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PAOB 

Rpenoer «. BarougH (1842), 9 M. ft W. 425; 6 Jar. 164; 11 L.J. Ex. 378.. 476, 476 

Silencer r. Billing (1812), 3 Camp. 310 323 

Spencer r. Newton (1837), 6 A. ft £. 623 ; 1 N. ft P. 818 ; 1 Jur. 62 . .867, 868 

Spencer r. Thumpson (1856), 6 Lr. C. L. R. 537, 665 168, 243, 1111 

2>p«!ncer 9. WUliams (1871), L. B. 2 P. ft D. 230; 40 L. J. P. ft M. 46 ; 

24 L. T. 6 3 ; 19 W. R. 708 1105 

Sperling. Re f 1864). 33 L. J. P. ft M. 26 ; 9 L. T. K. S. 348 ; 12 W. R. 

354 ; 3 S. ft T. 272 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 1206 700 

Spioe 9. Bacon (1877), 2 Ex. D. 463 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 713 ; 36 L. T. 896 ; 26 

W. B. 840 : 162 

Spicer r. Bargees (1834), 1 CM. ft R. 129; 4 Tyr. 698 1203 

Spioer r. Cooper (1841), 1 Q. B. 424 ; 1 G. ft D. 62 ; 5 Jar. 1036 763 

Spickemellr. Hotham (1864), 1 Kay, 66tf 671 

Spiereav. Parker (1786), IT. R. 141; I R. R. 166 85 

Spiers v. Williiwn (1808), 4 Cranoh, 398 288 

Spill V. Maole (1869). L. R. 4 Ex. 232 ; 38 L. J. Ex. 138 ; 20 L. T. 676 ; 

17 W. R. 806 Ill 

Spindler, Re, aee Ex parte Rolfe. 

Spittle 9. Walton (1851), L. R. 11 Eq. 420 ; 40 L. J. Ch. 368 ; 24 L. T. 

18; 19 W. R. 405 896 

SpcOlan «. Magan (1861), 1 Ir. C. L. R. 700 710. 713 

Spong «. Wright (1842), 9 M. ft W. 629 ; 12 L. J. Ex. 144 712,713 

Bpooner v. Juddow (1848-60), 6 Moo. P. C. R. 267 19, 226, 227 

Spooner 9. Payne (1847), 4 C. B. 328 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 226 328, 1214, 1216 

8pragge*8 case (ondated), cited 14 East, 276 318 

Spratt 9. Harris (1833), 4 Hagg. Ecc. 406 1161 

Sprigge 9. Sprigge (1868), 38 L. J. P. ft M. 4 ; L. R. 1 P. ft D. 608 ; 19 

L. T. 462 ; 1 7 W. R. 8 148 

Spring, The (1866), L.R. 1 Adm. 99; 14 W. R. 976 6 

Spring r. Eve (1677\ 2 Mod. 240 20 

Spring r. LoTett (1831), 11 Pick. 417 767 

Sporrv. Trimhle (1818), 1 A. K. Marsh. 271 172 

Squire r. Campbell (1836), 2 Cooper, 114 760 

Srimnt Rajah 9. Eatama Natchiar (1866), 11 Moo. lud. App. 60 1123 

Btaoe 9. Griffith (1869), 6 Moo. P. C. N. 8. 18 ; L. R. 2 P. C. 420 ; 20 L. T. 

197 47, 618, 619 

Stackpdev. Arnold (1814), 11 Mass. 27 662, 744. 768 

Stackpole 9. Howell (1807), 13 Ves. 417; 9 R. R. 200 144 

Stackpoole r. The Qaeen (1876). I. R. 9 Eq. 619 398 

Stafford's, Ld., case (1680), 7 How. St. Tr. 1469 624, 973, 974 

Stafford Peer. (1825), Pari. Min. 4 413, 416, 428 

Stafford 9. Clark (1824), 2 Bing. 382 ; 9 Moore, C. P. 724 ; 1 C. ft P. 24, 

403 1 124 

Stafford, Mayor of, 9. Till (1829), 4 Bin?. 76 ; 12 Moore, 260 97, 643 

Staines «. Stewart (1862), 31 L. J. P. ft M. 10 ; 2 S. ft T. 320 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 

440 706, 747, 950 

Staintonv. Chadwick(1851). 3M. ft 0.676; 18 Beav. 320 ; 16 Jur. 1639.. 1188 

Stainton and Wife r. Jones (1779), 1 Doug. 380, n. 96 7 

Stalworth 9. Inns (1844), 13 M. ft W. 466 ; 2 Dowl. ft L. 428 ; 14 L. J. 

Ex.81; 9Jur.286 1039 

Stamford Bank 9. Smith, (1892) 1 Q. B. 766 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 406 ; 66 L. T. 

306; 40 W. R. 365; 66 J. P. 229 718 

Stamford, Ld. v. Dnubar (1846), 13 M. ft W. 822,827 119 

Stammers 9, Dixon (1806), 7 East, 200 ; 3 Smith, 261 ; 8 R. R. 612 791 

StancUff 9, HardwicOce (1836), 2 C. M. ft R. 1, 12 ; 3 Dowl. P. C. 762 ; 6 

Tyr. 651; 1 Gale, 127 152 

Standage «. Creighton (1832), 5 C. ft P. 406 506 

Standaid p. Baker (1785-6), dted Tidd*s Prao. 868 836 

Staadeu r. Chriamas (1847), 10 Q. B. 136 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 265 ; 11 Jur. 694 1169 
Standen r. Standen (1791), Pea. R. 46 ; 4 T. R. 469, n. ; 6 T. R. 331, n. .436, 621 

Standiah r. Ross (1849). 3 Ex. 627 ; 19 L. J. Ex. 186 549 

Standley, Re (1849). 1 Roberts. 765 ; 7 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. ft Mar.) 69 . . 698 
8tang«rr. 8eiirle(1793), 1 Esp. 16 1221 

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Stanhope V. Kott (undated), 2 Swans. 221, n 609 

Stanley r. Dowdeswell (1874). L. R. 10 C. P. 102 ; 23 W. R. 389 672 

Stanleys. Stanley (1862), 2 J. & H. 491; 10 W. R. 867 801 

Stanley «. White (1811), 14 East, 338 ; 12 R. R. 544 232, 234, 628 

Stansfield v. Hobson (1862), 16 Beay. 236 ; 3 De G. M. & G. 620 ; 22 L. J. 

Ch. 467; 20L. T. 301; 1 W. R. 216 720 

Stantonv. GollieT(1864),3E. &B.274; 23L.J.Q.B.116; 18 Jur.N.S.660.. 664 

Stanton 9. Percival (1864), 6 H. L. Cas. 267 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 369 492 

Stanton v. Styles (1860), 1 L. M. & P. 676 ; 6 Ex. 678 ; 19 L J. Ex. 336. . 1121 
Stanwix*8, Gen., case (m» R. v. Hay, Dr.). 

Stapleton v. Crofts (1862), 18 Q. B. 867 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 246 . . . .879, 887, 892 
StApleton r. Haymen (1866), 33 L. J. Ex. 170 ; 2 H. & C. 918 ; 12 W. R. 

317; 10 Jut. N. S. 417 661 

Btapylton v. Clough (1853), 2 E. ft B. 933 ; 2 C. L. R. 266 ; 23 L. J.-Q. B. 

6 ; 18 Jur. 60 437, 464, 460 

Startup V, Macdonald (1841), 2M. & Gr. 39o; 2 Scott, N. R. 486 ; (1843), 

6 M. & Gr. 619; 7 Scott, N. R. 269; 12 L. J. C. P. 477 83,34 

State, The, v. Adams (1789-1806), 1 Hayw. 463 120 

State, The, v, Atkinson (1894), 42 Am. 8t. R. 877 Add. [68] 

State, The, v. Boswell (1829), 2 Dev. 209 972, 973 

State, The, v, Buie (1876), 43 Tex. 632 627 

State, The, v. Center (1862), 36 Vem. 378 690 

State, The, v. Cliff.»rd (lh9i), 42 Am. St. R. 618 Add, [68, 580] 

State, The, r. De Wolf (1830), 8 Conn. 93 897 

State, The, r. Freeman (1824), 6 Conn. 348 617 

State, The, v. Hayward (1819), 1 Nott & M'C. 647 627 

State, The, v. Hold (1874), 67 Mo. 252 627 

State, The, v. Johnson (1893), 40 Am. St. R. 406 Add. [468] 

State, The, v. MoKean (1873), 36 Iowa, 349 636 

State, The, v. MoUer (1826-34), 1 Dev. 263 627 

State, The, r. Rawls (1820), 2 Nott & M'C. 331 M« 

State, The, v. Stinson (1844), 7 Law Heporter, 383 169, 903 

State, The, v. Whiseohurst (1823), 2 Hawks. 468 906 

State, The, v. Wood (1873), 63 New Hamp. 484 616 

Stattnck r. The State (1858), 11 Ind. AT\ 616 

Staverton 9. Ashborton (1866), 4 E. ft B. 626 ; 24 L. J. M. C. 63 ; 1 Jur. 

N. S. 233 1136 

Stead r. Dawber (1839), 10 A. ft E. 67; 2 P. & D. 447 752 

Stead V. Heaton (1792), 4 T. R. 669 440, 441 

Steadman 9. Duhamel (1846), 1 C. B. 892 ; 14 L. J. C. P. 270 646 

Steamship Co. "Norden" v.Dempsey (1876), 45 L. J. C. P. 764 ; 1 C. P. D. 

664 ; 24 W. R. 984 168, 763 

Stearine, &c. Co. v. Heintzmann (1864), 17 C. B. N. S. 60; 11 L. T. 272; 

10 Jur. N. S. 881 937 

Steam r. Mills (1833), 4 B. ft Ad. 667 ; 1 N. & M. 434 663 

Stebbing v. Spicer (1849), 8 C. B. 827 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 24 168 

Stedmanr. Gooch (179S), I Esp. 6 103S 

Steel r. Prickett (1819), 2 Stark. R. 463 112, 397,402 

Steel V. State Line Steamship Co. (1877), 3 App. Cas. 72 ; 37 L. T. 333 . . 771 
Steele, Re, May v. Wilson (1868), 87 L. J. P. ft M. 68 ; L. R. 1 P. ft D. 

67.i; 19L.T.91; 17 W. R. 16 709 

Steele v. Howe (1849), 14 Q. B. 431 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 89; 14 Jur. 147 .... 787 

Steele v. Mart (1825), 4 B. ft C. 273 766 

Steele t\ Stewart (1843-4), 1 Phill. 471 ; 14 L, J. Ch. 34 ; 9 Jur. 121 .... 699 

Steevens*8 Hosp. v. Dyas (1863), 16 Ir. Ch. R. 406, 420 142 

Steiglitz 9. Egginton (1816), Holt, N. P. R. 141 ; 17 R. R. 622 646 

Steinkeller 9. Newton (1840), 1 Scott, N. R. 148 ; 8 Dowl. 679 ; 9 C. ft P. 

313 326, 366, 366, 923 

Stephen v. Gwenap (1831), 1 M. ft Rob. 120 4^5 

Stephens v. Foster (1833), 6 C. ft P. 289 928 

Stephens v. Heathcote (1860), 1 Dr. ft Sm. 138 ; 29 L. J. Ch. 629 495 

Stephens v. Pinney (1818), 8 Taun. 327 ; 2 Moore, C. P. 349 287 

Stephens (should be Stevens) v. Webb (1836), 7 C. ft P. 60 274 

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Btenart «. Gladstone (1878), 7 Ch. D. 394 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 154 ; 37 L. T. 675 ; 

26 W. R. 277 487 

StereiiBt?. Clark (1842), 2 M. & Rob. 435 481 

SteyeoB «. Lloyd (1829), 1 M. & M. 292 , 1195 

Steroos «. MidL Rj. Co. and Lander (1854), 23 L. J. Ex. 328 ; 10 Ex. 352 ; 

2 C. L. B. 1300 ; 18 Jur. 932 643 

Stevens 9. Thaoker (1793), Pea. R. 187 499 

Steward v. Eddowee (1874), 43 L. J. C. P. 204 ; L. R. 9 C. P. 311 ; 30 

L. T. 333 ; 22 W. R. 634 668 

Steward v. North Metropolitan Tram Co. (1886), 16 Q. B. D. 566 ; 55 L. J. 

Q. B. 167; 64L. T. 36; 84 W. R. 316; 50 J. P. 324 191, 192 

Stewart, Re (1863), 3 S. & T. 192 ; 4 S. & T. 211 ; 32 L. J. P. & M. 94 . . 701 

Stewart v. Alison (IS'^Oi 6 Serg. & R. 324 1178 

Stewart v. Anglo- Calif or. Gold Min. Co. (1852), 18 Q. B. 736 ; 21 L. J. 

Q. B. 393 643 

Stewart p. Balkis Co. (1883), 53 L. J. Ch. 760 ; 60 L. T. 479 ; 32 W. R. 

676 347,845 

Stewart r. Cauly (1841), 8 M. & W. 160 ; 2 RaUway & C. Cas. 616 ; 10 

L. J. Ex. 348 37 

Stewart r. Eorbes (1849), 1 H. & T. 461, 472 ; 1 Mao. & G. 137 ; 19 L. J. 

Ch. 133 160 

Stewart v. Steele (1842), 4 M. & Gr. 669 ; 6 Scott, N. R. 617 ; U L. J. 

C. P. 155 818 

Btewartflon v. Watts (1839), 8 Watts, 392 388 

Steyner v. Droitwich (1696), Skin. 623 ; 1 Salk. 281 ; 12 Mod. 85 1179 

Still 9. Halford (1S14), 4 Camp. 19 1039 

Sthnson v, Pamham (1871), 41 L. J. Q. B. 52 ; L. R. 7 Q. B. 175 ; 25 

L.T.747; 20W.R.183 649 

Stoate 9. Stoate (1861), 30 L. J. P. & M. 102 ; 2 S. & T. 223 ; 3 L. T 756. . 1110 
Btobart v, Dryden (1836), 1 M. & W. 615 ; 2 Gale, 146 ; 1 T. & G. 899 ; 5 

L. J. Ex. 2 18 368, 446, 465 

8tx>bart «. Todd (1854), 23 L. J. Ch. 956 ; 2 W. R. 617 ; 2 Eq. 1144 ; 18 Jur. 

618 1036 

8tobell(8houldbeStoke]l) V. Niven(1889), 61L. T. 18 671 

Stock V. M^Avoy (1872), L. R. 15 Eq. 65 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 230 ; 21 W. R. 

520 ; 27 L. T. 441 666 

Stookbridge 9. Qnicke (1853), 3 C. & K. 305 1047 

Stockdale v. Hansard (1839), 2 P. & B. 1 ; 9 A. & E. 1 ; 3 Jar. 905 4 

Stockenv. Collm(184l), 7M. &W. 515; 9C.&P.653; 10 L. J. Ex. 227.. 31, 

154 

Stockfleth V. De Tastet (1814), 4 Camp. U ; 15 R. R. 720 516, 517 

StockU «. Pnuahon (1880), 6 P. D. 9 ; 60 L. J. P. 14 ; 44 L. T. 280 ; 29 

W. R. 214; 45 J. P. 159 701 

Svockton r. Demath (1838), 7 Watts, 39 388 

Stockwell V. Ritherdon (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. & Mar.) 409 705 

Stoddart «. Grant (1861-2), 1 Macq. 171 ; 1 Paterson, 122 704 

Stoddart «. Manning (1828), 2 Har. & Or. 147 969 

Stoer, In re (1884), 9 P. DL 120; 61 L. T. 141; 32 W. R. 1005 352 

Stoerer v. Whitman (1814;, 6 Biun. 417 765 

Stokehill r. Pettingell (1862), 21 L. J. Q. B. 249, n 879 

Stokeu V, Bate (1826), 5 B. & C. 491 ; 3 Dowl. & R. 247 1133 

btokes V. Dawes (1826), 4 Mason, 268 423, 1102 

Stokes V. Grant (1878), 4 C. P. D. 25 ; 40 L. T. 36 ; 27 W. R. 397 187 

Stokes V. Heron (1846), 12 C. & F. 161; 9 Jur. 563 144 

Stokes V. Mason (1808), 9 East, 426 19 

Stokes 9. Salomons (1851), 9 Hare, 79; 20 L. J. Ch. 343 79 

Stokes «. White (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 223; 4 Tyr. 786 872 

Stonazd «. Dunkin (1810), 2 Camp. 344 ; 11 R. R. 724 645 

Stone's case (1661), Dyer, 216, pi. 60 560 

Stone, James, Re (1858), 1 S. & T. 238 142 

Stone 9. Blackburn (1793), 1 Esp. 37 909 

Stone r. Foreyth (1781), 2 Douff. 707 1045 

Stones. Greening (1843), 13 Sun. 390 804 

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CXCIV TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

Mffl 

Stoner. Metoalf (1816), 1 Stark. 63 755 

Stone r. Whiting (1817), 2 Stark. R. 235; 19 R. R. 710 660 

Stones V. Byron (1846), 4 Dowl. & L. 393 ; 16 L. J. Q. B. 32 ; 1 BaU a. 

R.248; llJnr.44 909 

Stones f;. Menhem (1848), 2 Ex. 382 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 215 363 

Stoomvaart v. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Nay. Go. (1880), 6 App. Cas. 

876; 62L. J. Adm. 1 ; 43L. T. 610; 29 W. R. 173 177 

Stoop's case (1799), Addis. 381 467 

Storrr. Soott (1833), 6 0. &P. 241 520 

Stothertr. James (1843), 1 C. & K. 121 612 

Stott r. Fairlamb (1883), 63 L. J. Q. B. 47 : 49 L. T. 625 757 

Stoveld r. Hughes (1811), 14 East, 308 ; 12 R. R. 623 691 

Stowe V. Quemer (1870), L. R. 6 Ex. 156 ; 39 L. J. Ex. 60 ; 22 L. T. 29; 

18 W. R. 466 26 

Stowell V. Robinson (1837), 3 Bing. N. C. 928 ; 6 L. J. 0. P. 326 ; 6 Scott, 

196 75S 

Straoey c. Blake (1835), 7 C. & P. 404 474 

StraoF ». Blake (1836), 1 M. & W. 168 ; Tyr. & G. 628 507 

Stranon's Exors., Ex parte. North of England Joint Stock Bank. Co., Be 

(1853), 22 L.J. Oh. 194; 1 De G. M. & G. 676 ; 16 Jur. 435 541 

Straker v. Graham (1839), 4 M. & W. 721 ; 8 L. J. Ex. 86 ; 7 Dowl. 223 . . 617 
Straker v. Reynolds (1889), 22 Q. B. D. 262; 58 L. J. Q. B. 180; 60 

L. T. 107 ; 37 W. R. 379 854 

Stranks v. St. John (1867), 86 L. J. 0. P. 118 ; L. R. 2 0. P. 876 . . . .649, 773 

Stratford v. Greene (1810), 1 Ball & B. 296 1013, 1014 

Stratford and Morton Rail. Oo. v. Stratton (1832), 2 B. & Ad. 618 91 

Stratton v. Rastall (1788), 2 T. R. 366 93, 652, 744 

Strauss v. County Hotel Co. (1883), 12 Q. B. D. 27 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 26 ; 

49 L. T. 601 ; 32 W. R. 170 162 

Strauss v, Francis (1866), L. R. 1 Q. B. 379 ; 35 L. J. Q. B. 133 ; 7 B. & 

S. 365 508 

Streathley, In the goods of, (1891) P. 172 ; 60 L. J. P. 56 ; 39 W. R. 

432 700 

Streeter v. Bartlett (1848), 6 C. B. 562 ; 17 L. J. 0. P. 140 1044, 1210 

Stringer v. Gardiner (1859), 27 Beav. 35 ; 4 De G. & J. 468 ; 28 L. J. Gh. 

768 799, 800 

Strode v. Russel (1708), 2 Vem. 621 789, 794 

Strong V. Dickenson (1836), 1 M. & W. 490 ; 2 Gale, 83 ; 5 Dowl. 99 ; 1 

T. & G. 683 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 231 866, 867 

Strong V. Foster (1856), 25 L. J. 0. P. 106 ; 17 0. B. 201 758 

Stronghill v. Buck (1850), 14 Q. B. 787 ; 14 Jur. 741 94 

Strother v. Barr (1828), 2 M. & P. 207 ; 5 Bing. 136 277, 280, 286, 288 

Stroud, Re (1849), 8 0. B. 518 ; 16 L. J. G. P. 117 1160 

Strutt V, Bovingdon (1803), 6 Esp. 66 ; 8 R. R. 834 324, 363, 1114 

Stuart V. Balkis Oo. (1883), 63 L. J. Oh. 790 ; 50 L. T. 479 ; 32 W. R. 

676 847, 845 

Stuart V, Lovell (1817), 2 Stark. R. 94 ; 19 R. R. 688 219, 245 

Stucley V. Baily (1862), 31 L. J. Ex. 483 ; 1 H. & C. 406 ; 10 W. R. 

720 757 

Studdy V. Sanders (1823), 2 Dowl. & R. 347 661, 610 

Stukeley r. Butler (1615), Hob. 171 800 

Sturge V. Buchanan (1839), 2 P. & D. 573 ; 10 A. & E. 598 ; 2 M. & Rob. 

90 316, 483, 485, 975 

Sturgeon r. Wingfield (1846), 15 M. & W. 224 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 212 ,,. 96 

Sturla V. Freccia (1879), 12 Gh. D. 411 ; 6 App. Gas. 623 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 

86 ; 43 L. T. 209 ; 29 W. R. 217 ; 44 J. P. 812 458, 1092, 1167, 1174 

Sturm V. Jeffree (1847), 2 0. & K. 442 314 

Sturt r. Blagg (1847), 10 Q. B. 906, 908 46 

Suffell V. Bank of England (1882), 9 Q. B. D. 555 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 401 , 

47 L. T. 146; 30 W. R. 932; 46 J. P. 600 1194, 1195 

Suffield 17. Brown (1864), 3 New R. 343, 344 ; 33 L. J. Ch. 269 ; 4 De G. 

J. & S. 185 115 

Suffolk Witches (1666), 6 How. St. Tr. 647 667 

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tabu: of cases cited. cxcv 

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Bagden «. Lord St. Leonaids (1876), 45 L. J. P. D. & A. I ; 1 P. Div. 

154 ; S4 L. T. 369 ; 24 W. R. 479 143, 307, 356, 790 

Sujrg V, Bray f 1885), 54 L. J. Ch. 132 ; 51 L. T. 194 314 

Snisae «. LowtW (1843), 2 Hare, 424 ; 12 L. J. Ch. 315 806, 808 

SullivMi 9. Galbraith (1870), 4 Ir. Eq. 582 144 

SullivMi V. SuUiyan (1870), Ir. R. 4 Eq. 457 .' 789 

SiimmerB, Re (1850), 7 Notes of Cas. (Eod. & Mar.), 562 ; 2 Roberts. 

295 697 

Summers v. Griffiths (1866), 35 Bear. 27 137 

Sammers (should be Simmons) v. London Joint Stock Bank, (1891) 1 Ch. 

270 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 313 ; 62 L. T. 427 : 63 L. T. 789 ; 39 W. R. 449 ; 

(1892) A. C. 201 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 723 ; 66 L. T. 625 ; 41 W. R. 108 ; 66 

J. P. 644 390 

Summers v. Moorhouae (1884), 13 Q. B. D. 388 ; 53 L. J. Q. B. 564 ; 51 

L. T. 290 ; 32 W. R. 826 ; 48 J. P. 424 756 

Summers v. Moseley (1834), 2 C. & M. 477 ; 4 Tjr. 158 ; 3 L. J. Ex. 128. . 942 

Sommersett v. Adamson (1822), 1 Bing. 73 293 

Sumner «. Williams (Dudley v, Sumner) (1809), 5 Mass. 444 372 

Sunderland, Re (1866), 35 L. J. P. & M. 82 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 198 ; 14 

L. T. 741 ; 14 W. R. 971 701 

Sunderland's, Hodg^n*s, Kirkwood's, and Martin's cases (1830), 1 Lew. 

C. C. 102 246 

Sunwme v. Pinniger (1853), 3 De G. M. & G. 571 ; 22 L J. Ch. 419 ; 17 

Jot. 196 679 

SurpHoe r. Famsworth (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 576 ; 8 Scott, N. R. 306 ; 13 

L. J. C. P. 215 774 

Suae 9, Pompe (1860), 8 C. B. N. S. 538 ; 30 L. J. C. P. 75 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 

166; 9W:R. 15 781 

SiiaBexPeeragecase(1844), 11 a. &Fin. 114— 117; 8 Jur. 793 ....7,51,411, 

422, 431, 436, 436, 437, 467, 936, 937, 908 

SuteriF. BuitbU(1867), 2 H. & N. 867; 27 L. J. Ex. 193 311 

Sutton 9. Ainslie (1852), 1 Macq. 299 ; 1 Paterson, 72 348 

Sutton 9. Buck (1810), 2 Taunt. 302 ; 11 R. R. 685 116, 117 

Sutton 9, CSoeri (1890), 15 App. Cas. 144 ; 62 L. T. 742 742 

Sutton 9, Devonport (1858), 27 L. J. C. P. 54 109, 520 

Sutton 9. Gregory (1797), Peake, Ad. C. 150 ; 4 R. R. 899 454 

Sutton 9. Johnstone (1787), 1 T. R. 493, 784 ; 1 Br. P. C. 76 ; 1 R. R. 257 . . 30 
Sutton r. Sadler (1867), 26 L. J. 0. P. 284 ; 3 C. B. N. S. 87 .... 169, 170, 262 
Sutton v. Sutton (1882), 22 Ch. D. 511 ; 52 L. J. Ch. 338 ; 48 L. T. 98 ; 

31 W. R. 372 721 

Sutton «r. Tatham (1839), 10 A. & E. 27 ; 2 P. & D. 308 ; 8 L. J. Q. B. 

210 168 

Sutton 9. Temple (1843), 12 M. & W. 64 ; 30 L. J. Ex. 17. . . .774, 775, 776, 777 

Swain r. Lewis (1836), 2 C. M. & R. 261 ; 5 Tyr. 998 317 

Swan 9. K. Brit. Austral. Co. (1863), 2 H. & C. 175 ; 32 L. J. Ex. 273 : 2 

New R. 621 ; 11 W. R. 862 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 102 641, 1205 

Swan*B earn (1870), L. B. 10 Eq. 676 ; 18 W. R. 447 843 

Swann 9. Phillipe (1888), 8 A. & E. 457 ; 3 N. & P. 1017 ; 22 L. T. 864 . . 719 

Swanne 9. Taaffe (1846), 8 Ir. L. R. 101 817 

Swansea Bk. «. Thomas (1879), 48 L. J. Ex. 344 ; 4 Ex. D. 94 ; 40 L. T. 

558 : 27 W. B. 491 139 

Swanroa V. By. Co. v, Budd (1866), L. R. 2 Eq. 274 ; 35 L. J. Ch. 631 ; 

14 W. B. 663 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 561 1189 

Swatman r. AmUer (1862), 8 Ex. 72 : 22 L. J. Ex. 81 675 

Sweeney 9 Spooner (1863), 32 L. J. M. C. 82 ; 3 B. & S. 329 ; 7 L. T. 623; 

11 W. R. 264 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 691 894 

Sweeny v. Promoter Life Ass. Co. (1863), 14 Ir. C. L. R. 476 538, 639 

Sweet r. Lee (1841), 3 M. & Gr. 462 673, 676, 783, 784 

Sweeting ». Fowler (1815), 1 Stark. R. 106 168, 217 

Sweeting 9, Pearce (1861), 7 C. B. N. S. 449 ; 9 C. B. N. S. 634 ; 30 L. J. 

C. P. 109 ; 6 L. T. 79 ; 9 W. R. 343 168 

Sweetland v. Sweetland (1865), 4 S. & T. 6 ; 24 L. J. P. 42 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 

182; IIL. T. 749; 13 W. R. 604 699 

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CXCVl TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

TAOV 

Sweigart r. Berk (1822), 8 Serg. & R. 305 1139 

Swift r. Dean (1810), 6 Johns. 623 910 

Swift V. Eyrea (1636), Cro. Car. 548 802 

Swift V. Jewesbury (1874), 43 L. J. Q. B. 50 ; L. R. 9 Q. B. 301 ; 43 L. J. 

Q. B. 56; 30L.T. 31; 22 W. R. :J19 718 

Swift V. MTieman (1848), 11 Ir. Eq. R. 602 487, 1050, 1054. 1168, 1173 

Swift V. Pannell (1883), 24 Ch. D. 210 ; 48 L. T. 351 ; 31 W. R. 548 731 

Swift v. Swift (1832), i'Bngg. (Eoo.) 154 961, 962 

Swift V. Winterbotham (1873), 42 L. J. Q. B. Ill ; L. R. 8 Q. B. 244 718 

Swiney v. Barry (1835), Jones, 109 1199 

Swinfen v. Ld. Chelmsfoid (1860), 6 H. & N. 890; 29 L. J. Ex. 382; 6 Jur. 

N. S. 1035; 2 L. T. 406 ; 8 W. R. 645 201, 608 

Swinfen v. Swinfen (1857), 26 L. J. 0. P. 303 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 97; 1 C. B. 

N.S.364; 3 Jar. N. S 85 507 

Swinnerton v. Stafford, M. of (1810), 3 Taun. 91 430, 1050 

Swire v. Francia (1877), 3 App. Cas. 106 ; 47 L. J. P. C. 18 ; 37 L. T. 554 586 
Sybrav v. White (1836), 1 M. & W. 435; Tyr. & Gr. 746 ; 2 Gale, 68 ; 6 

L. J. Ex. 173 499 

Sydenham v. Rand (1784), 3 Doug. 429 814 

Syere v. Jonas (1848), 2 Ex. Ill 768 

Sykes. Re (1873), 42 L. J. P. & M. 17 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 26 ; 28 L. T. 142; 

21 W. R. 416 142 

Sykes v. Dixon (1839), 9 A. & E. 693 ; 1 P. & D. 463; 1 W. W. & BL 120. 669 

Sykes v. Dunbar (1800), 2 Selw. N. P. 1081 616 

Sylph, The (1843-4), 2 Notes of Cas. (Eco. & Mar.) 86 1122 

Sylvester r. Hall (1826), Ry. & M. 255, n 272 

Symmons v. Blake (1835), 1 M. & Rob. 477 244 

Symonds v. GasUght and Coke Co. (1848), 11 Beav. 283 628 

Symonds v. Lloyd (1859), 6 C. B. N. S. 691 764 

Symons v. Rees (1876), 1 Ex. D. 416 1118 

T. V. D. (falsely called D.) (1866), L. R. 1 P. & D. 127 128 

Talbot, Ld. v. Cusaek (1864), 17 Ir. C. L. R. 213 924, 925 

Talbot V. Hodgson (1816), 7 Taun. 251 ; 2 Marsh. 527 134 

Talbot V. Hodson (1816), 7 Taun. 261 ; 2 Marsh. 627 1209 

Talbot V. Lewis (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 496 ; 6 Tyr. 1 398 

Talbot V. Seeman (1801), 1 Cranoh. 1 1093 

Talbutt V. Clark (1840), 2 M. & Rob. 312 245 

Tamvaco v. Lucas (1862), 1 B. & S. 185 : 3 B. & S. 89 ; 30 L. J. Q. B. 234; 

31 L. J. Q. B. 296 ; 4 L. T. 400 ; 6 L. T. 697 ; 10 W. R. 733 ; 7 Jur. 

N. S. 1100 42 

Tancred v. Delagoa Bay Ry. Co. (1889), 23 Q. B. D. 239 ; 58 L. J. Q. B. 

d-x9 ; 61 Jul. X. z'iu ; oo W • JtC. lo •■•■• ooi 

Tanham v. Nicholson (1872), L. R. 6 H. L. 661 ; I. R. 6 C. L. 188 158 

Tann v. Tann (1863), 2 New R. 412 802 

Tanner v. Smart (1827), 6 B. & C. 609 ; 9 D. & R. 549 710, 712, 714 

Tanner v. Taylor (1756), cited 3 T. R. 754 924 

Taplin v. Atty (1825), 3 Bing. 164 ; 10 Moore (C. P.), 564 311 

Taplin v. Florence (1851), 10 C. B. 744 ; 20 L. J. C. P. 137 ; 15 Jur. 402. 638 
Tapling v. Jones (1865), 11 H. L. Cas. 290 ; 20 C. B. N. S. 166 ; 34 L. J. 

C. P. 342 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 309 ; 12 L. T. 555 ; 13 W. K 617 76 

Tapp V. Lee (1803), 3 B. & P. 371 82 

Tarleton v. Shingler (1849), 7 C B. 812 1203 

Tarleton v. Tarleton (1815), 4 M. & Sel. 20 1142, 1164, 1165 

Tarlton v. Fisher (1781), 2 Doug. 671 872 

Tarpley v. Blabey (1836), 2 Bing. N. C. 437 ; 2 Scott, 642 ; 7 C. & P. 396 ; 

Hodges, 414 245 

Tarte v. Darby (1846), 15 M. & W. 601 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 326 658 

Tatham v. Drummond (1864), 33 L. J. Ch. 438 ; 2 H. & M. 262 805 

Tattersall v. Fearnlev (1866), 17 0. B. 368 282 

Tattershall v. Nat. Steamship Co. (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 297 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 

332 ; 60 L. T. 299 ; 32 W. R. 666 ; 6 Asp. M. C. 206 771 



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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CXCVll 

PAOB 

Tfttton, Ex parte. Be Thoip (1881), 17 Ch. D. 612 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 792 ; 46 

L. T. 89 848 

Tayler «. Waters (1817), 7 Taun. 374 : 2 Marsh. 661 : 18 R. K. 499 638 

TaTleor v. WUdin (1868), L. R. 3 Ex. 803 ; 37 L. J. Ex. 173 ; 18 L. T. 

666 ; 16 W. R. 1018 623 

Tayloer. Rigg8(1828), 1 Pet. 691 277 

Taylor, Ex parte (1820), iJao. & W. 483 1047 

Taylor, Re (1842), 9 Paige, 611 373 

Taylor, Re (1861), 2 Roberta. 711 699 

Taylor, Re, aoak r. Hammond (1887), 34 Ch. D. 266 ; 66 L. J Ch. 171 ; 

56 L. T. 649 ; 36 W. R. 186 793 

Taylor, In goods of (1890), 63 L. T. 230 706 

Taylor p. Barclay (1828), 2 Sim. 213 ; 7 L. J. Ch. (O. S.) 66 3, 18, 21 

'niylor 9, Beech (1749), 1 Ves. sen. 297 679, 680 

Taylor «. Blaoklow (1836), 3 Bing. N. C. 236 ; 3 Scott, 614 ; 2 Hodges, 

224 600 

TViylor r. Bowers (1877), 46 L. J. Q. B. 39 ; 1 Q B. D. 291 ; 34 L. T. 

938  24 W^. R. 499 .... .. 91 

TViylor «. Briggs (1827)[ 2 cV k'v'Hi ; mV& M.'is! !!!.,/.!!!!!!!!!!!! 763 

Taylor ». Bnrgeas (18o9), 6 H. & N. 1 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 7 758 

Taylor 9. Carpenter (1846), 2 Woodb. & M. 6 824 

Taylor 9. Clemson (1844), 2 Q. B. 1031 ; 3 RaUw. Cas. 66 ; 2 G. & D. 346 ; 

11 CL & Pin. 610: 8 Jnr. 833 10.'8, 1137 

Taylor*. Cole (1799), 7 T. R. 3, n. ; 4 R. R. 363 424, 116H 

Tkylor*. Cook (1820), 8 Price, 662 1226, 1227 

Taylor 9. Croker (1803), 4 Esp. 187 647 

Taylor 9. Devey (1837), 7 A. & E. 409 ; 2 N. & P. 469 ; W. W. & D. 646 ; 

1 Jar. 8'^ 401 

Tkylor r. Biplook (1816), 2 PhiUim. 261 174 

Taylor 9. Forster (1826), 2 C. & P. 196 506, 699 

Taylor 9. Gt. Ind. Pen. Ry. Co. (1869), 4 De G. ft J. 669 ; 28 L. J. Ch. 

709 1206 

Taylor 9. Hawkins (1861), 16 Q. B. 308 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 313 ; 15 Jur. 

746 46, 111 

Taylor 9. Horde (1767), 1 Burr. 107 133 

Taylor ». Hnghes (1844), 2 Jones & La T. 24 641 

Taylor v. Humphries (1864), 17 C. B. N. S. 639 ; 34 L. J. M. C. 1 ; 10 

Jur. N. 8. 1163 ; 11 L. T. 376 ; 13 W. R. 136 263 

Taylor v. Johnston (1882), 61 L. J. Ch. 879 ; 19 Ch. D. 403 ; 46 L. T. 219 ; 

30 W. R. 608 1 87 

Tsylor r. Kinloch (1816), 1 Stark. R. 176 147, 498 

Taylor 9. Lawson (1828), 3 C. & P. 643 919 

Taylor v. Linley (1860), 2 De G. F. & J. 84 ; 29 L. J. Ch. 634 ; 8 W. R. 

736 683 

Taylor 9. Heads (1866), 34 L. J. Ch. 203 ; 4 De G. J. & S. 597 ; 13 W. R. 

894 ; 11 Jur. N. S. 166 693 

Taylor 9. Mosely (1833), 6 C. & P. 273 1193, 1194 

Taykir 9. Needham (WU), 2 Taun. 278 ; 11 R. R. 672 86, 97 

Taylor r. NichoUa (1840), 6 M. & W. 96 ; 8 Dowl. 242 ; 9 L. J. Ex. 78. .732, 733 

Taylor 9, Parry (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 604 ; 1 Scott, N. R. 676 234, 803, 1092 

Taylor 9. Richardson (1863), 2 Drew. 16 76 

Taylor ». Rnas (1832), 8 Yerger, 330 669 

Taylor 9. Smith (1892), 61 L. J. Q. B. 331 : 67 L. T. 39 : 40 W. R. 486. . 672 
Taylor r. Stray (1867), 2 C. B. N. S. 176, 197 ; 26 L. J. C. P. 287 ; 3 Jur. 

N. 8. 964 168 

Taylor «. Wakefield (1866). 6 E. & B. 766 690 

Taykff •. Weld (1809), 6 Mass. 116 746 

Taykr 9, Willans (Williams) (1830-31), 4 M. & P. 69 ; 2 B. & Aid. 846 . . 372, 

606, 832 

Taylor r. WUham (1876), 8 Ch. D. 606: 46 L. J. Ch. 798 438 

Teal r. Auty (1820), 2 B. & B. 99 ; 4 Moore (C. P.), 642 687 

Tmperley r. ScoU (l^^^), 8 Bing. 392 ; 1 M. & So. 601 818, 1036 



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Tempest, Ex parte, Re Craven (1870), 40 L. J. Bank. 22 ; L. R. 6 Gh. 70 ; 

23L.T.660; 19 W. R. 137 82 

Tempest V. Fitzgerald (1820), 8 B. & Aid. 680 689 

Tempest v. Kilner (1846), 2 C. B. 300 ; 15 L. J. C. P. 101 ; 3 DowL & L. 

407 201, 685 

Temple, Ex parte (1814), 2 Ves. & B. 395 866,869 

Temple v. PuUen (1853), 8 Ex. 389 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 151 38, 1205 

Tennant, Ex parte, Re Howard (1877), 6 Ch. D. 303 ; 37 L. T. 284; 25 

W. R. 854 159 

Tennant v. Bell (1846), 9 Q. B. 684 ; 16 L. J. M. C. 31 ; 10 Jur. 946 . .37, 1004 
Tennant v. Creston (Overton) (1846), 2 New Sess. Gas. 425 ; 8 Q. B. 707 ; 

16L. J. M. C. 105; 10 Jur. 660 1004 

Tennant v. Hamilton (1839), 7 01. & Fin. 122 ; McL. & R. 821 947 

Tennent f». NeU (1870), I. R. 5 0. L. 418 128 

Tennyson v. O'Brien (1866), 5 E. & B. 497 189 

Terrettv. Taylor (1815), 9 Oranch, 43 90 

Terry v, Huntington (1669), Hardr. 480 1103 

Terry r. Hutchinson (1868), 37 L. J. Q. B. 257 ; 9 B. & S. 487 ; L. R. 3 

Q.B.699; 18 L. T. 521 ; 16 W. R. 932 253 

Texira v. Evans (undated), dted 1 Anst. 228 ; 2 H. Bl. 140 ; 4 T. R. 320 ; 

2 R. R. 399 1205 

Thames Iron Works Co. v. The Royal Mail St. Packet Co. (1862), 13 C. B. 

N. S. 358; 31 L. J. C. P. 169; 8 Jur. N. 8. 100 760 

Thanet,E. oiv. Forster (1683), T. Jones, 224 1167 

Tharper. Gisbume (1825), 2 0. & P. 21 1221 

Tharpe v. Stallwood (1843), 5 M. & Gr. 768 ; 6 Soott, N. R. 715 ; 12 L. J. 

C.P. 241; iDowl. & L. 24 ; 7 Jur. 492 227 

Thatcher V. Waller (1675), T. Jones, 53 340 

ThelluRonr. Gosling (1803), 4 E»p. 266 1093 

Theobald r. Crichmore (1818), IB. & Aid. 227 227 

Theodor Komer, The (1878), 3 P. Div. 162 ; 47 L. J. Adm. 85 ; 38 L. T. 

818; 27W.R.307 1186 

Thetford v, Tyler (1845), 8 Q. B. 96 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 33 ; 10 Jur. 68 ... . 169 

Thetford's case (1719), 12 Vin. Abr. 90, pi. 16 1050,1175 

Thin r. Richards (1892), 2 Q. B. 141 ; 62 L. J. Q. B. 39 ; 66 L. T. 327 ; 

56 J. P. 596 770 

Thorn «. Bigland (1853), 8 Ex. 725 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 243 201 

Thomas, In the goods of (1871), 41 L. J. P. & M. 32 ; 25 L. T. 509 ; 20 

W. R. 149 439 

Thomas, Re (1869), IS. &T. 265; 28 L. J. Prob. 33 698 

Thomas Blyth, The (1860), Lush. Adm. 16 1*7 

Thomas v. Analey (1806), 6 Esp. 80 84, 283 

Thomas v. Brown (1876), 1 Q. B. D. 714 ; 46 L. J. Q. B. 811 ; 35 L. T. 

237 : 24 W. R. 821 538, 671 

Thomas r. Churton (1862), 2 B. & S. 476; 31 L. J. Q. B. 139; 8 Jur. 

N. 8. 795 ; 6 L. T. 320 869 

Thomas v. Connell (1838), 4 M. & W. 267 ; 1 H. & H. 189 ; 7 L. J. Ex. 

306 * »79 

Thomas v. Cook (1818), 2 Stark. (N. P.) 408 ; 2 B. & A. 119 ; 20 R. B. 

374 128,660,661 

Thomas r. Cooke (1828), 8 B. & 0. 728 ; 3 M. & Ry. 444 678,679 

Thomas r. David (1836), 7 G. & P. 350 918,950 

Thomas t;. Evans (1802), 2 East, 488 705 

Thomas v. Foyle (1803), 6 Esp. 88 11* 

Thomas v. Fredericks (1847), 10 Q. B. 775; 16 L. J. Q. B. 393; 11 Jur. 

g^2 ...•#••• 838 

Thomas V. Jenkins' (1837)! 6 A.' & E.'sisV 1 nV&P. 6S7 ; 1 Jur. 261. .396, 398 

Thomas t;. Ketteriche (1749), 1 Ves. sen. 333 Hw 

Thomas r. Lewis (1878), 4 Ex. D. 18 ; 48 L. J. Ex. 7 ; 39 L. T. 669 ; 27 

W. R. Ill 1'^ 

Thomas r. Morgan (1835), 2 C. M. & R. 496 ; 4 Bowl. 223 ; 1 Gale, 172; 

6Tyr. 1085 jj? 

Thomas r. Newton (1826), M. & M. 48, n 9<'* 

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TABLE OF GASES CITED. CXCIX 



Thomas w. FadEor (1857), 1 H. ft N. 669 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 207 ; 3 Jnr. N. S. 

143 169 

Thomaa v. Rawlings (1859^, 27 Beay. 140 697, 598 

Thomas p. Sonell (andated), VauRh. 351 638 

Thomas r. Stephenson (1863), 2 E. & B. 108 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 268 ; 17 Jar. 

697 227 

'Rkomas v. Thomas (1796), 6 T. B. 671 ; 3 B. B. 306 794, 799 

Thomas v. Thomas (1811), 2 Camp. 647 624 

Thomas v. Thomas (1860), 2 Dr. & Sm. 298 173 

Thomasp. WiUiams (1830), 10 B. & C. 664 678 

Thompson, Ez parte (1845), 6 Q. B. 721 998 

Thompson, Gkiods of, Be (1887), 12 P. D. 100; 56 L. J. P. D. & A. 40 ; 57 

L. T. 373 ; 36 W. B. 884 418 

Thompson v. Bowyer (1863), 2 New B. 604 ; 11 W. B 975 ; 9 Jar. N. S. 863 . . 720 

Thompson v. Donaldson (1800), 3 Esp. 63 ; 6 B. B. 812 1104 

Thompson r. Falk (1852), 1 Drew. 21 601 

Thompson r. Gardiner (1876), 1 C. P. D. 777 297 

Thompson 9. Gibson (1841), 8 M.&W. 285; lOL. J.Ex. 241; 9Dowl. 717 .. 1073 

Thompson v. Hopper (1856), 25 L. J. Q. B. 240 ; 6 £. & B. 172 771 

Thompson p. Lacy (1820), 3 B. & Aid. 283 162 

Thompson v. Lambe (1802), 7 Yes. 588 482 

Thompson v. Mosely (1833), 5 C. & P. 602 231, 321 

Thompson v. Nye (1850), 16 Q. B. 176 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 85 ; 15 Jar. 285. . 256 
Thompson r. Boss (1858), 29 L. J. Ex. 1 ; 6 H. & N. 16 ; 5 Jur. N. S. 

1133; 1L.T.43 253 

Thompson 9. Small (1845), 1 C. B. 328 ; 14 L. J. C. P. 157 152 

Thompson v. Trail (1826), 2 C. & P. 334 ; 6 B. & C. 36 ; 9 D. & B. 31 . . 152 

Thompson «. Trevanion (1694). Skin. 402 377 

Thompson v. Waithman (1856), 3 Drew. 628 ; 26 L. J. Ch. 134 490 

Thomson v. Austen (1823). 2 Dowl. & By. 361 479, 514 

Thomson v. Davenport (1829), 9 B. & C. 78 ; 4 M. & B 110 520 

Thomson r. Hall (1852), 2 Bobertson, 426 697 

Thomson v. Harding (1853), 2 E. & B. 630 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 448 510 

Thomson v. Hempemstall (1849), 7 Notes of Cas. (Eoo. & Mar.) 141 ; 1 

Boberts. 783 798 

Thomson ». Wilson (1818), 2 Stark. 379 656 

Thoringtonff. Smith (1868), 8 Wall. (U. S.) 1 763 

Thomdike v. City of Boston (1840), 1 Meto. 242 377 

Thome v. Jackson (1846), 3 C. B. 661 ; 16' L. J. C. P. 87 ; 4 Dowl. & L. 

478 17 

Thome ». Tilbury (1858), 27 L. J. Ex. 407 ; 3 H. & N. 534 546 

Thomes IT. White (1835), Tyr. & Gr. 110 631 

Thorohill v. Thomhill (1820), 2 Jac. & W. 347 814 

Thornton «. Charles (1836), 2 M. & W. 809 298 

"Hiomton v. Kempster (1814), 6 Taun. 786 ; 1 Marsh. 355 ; 15 B. B. 658 . .297, 

299 

Thornton r. Meux (1827), M. &M. 43 297 

Thornton c. Place (1832), 1 M. & Bob. 218 1122 

Thornton v. Boy. Ex. Ass. Co. (1791). Pea. B. 25 936 

Thorp, Be, Ex parte Tatton (1881), 17 Ch. D. 512 ; 50 L. J. Ch. 792 ; 46 

L. T. 89 848 

Thorp 9. Holdsworth (1876), 46 L. J. Ch. 406 ; 3 Ch. D. 637 224 

Thorpe v. Cooper (1828), 5 Bing. 129 ; 2 M. & P. 245 ; 2 Y. & J. 445 ... . 1123 

Thorpe ». Maoaulay (1820), 6 Madd. 229 961 

Thresh v. Bake (1794), 1 Esp. 53 ^ 752 

ThuDder r. Warren (1845). 8 Ir. Law B. 181 285 

Tharbaine et al. (1664), Hardr. 323 543 

Thurie ». Madison (1656), Sty. 462 1214 

Thurston ». Slatford (1700), 1 Salk. 284, 285 357 

ThnrteU's oase (undated), cited 8 C. & P. 284 889 

Thortell v. Beaumont (1823), 8 Moore, C. P. 612 ; 1 Binsr. 339 106 

Thwaites s. Foreman (1844), 1 Coll. 409, 414 ; 10 Jur. 483 144 

Thwaitee «. Biohardson (1790), Pea. B. 16 ; 3 B. B. 645 488 

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FiOI 

Thwaites v. Wilding (1883), 12 Q. B. D. 4 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 1 ; 49 L. T. 

396 ; 82 W. R. 80 723 

ThTirne, Lady E., v. Ld. Glengall (1847-8), 2 H. L. Gas. 131 679, 806 

Tichbome case (1871-2), MS. 28th Feb. 1872 65,608 

Tickel V. Short (1760), 2 Vea. sen. 239 625 

Tiokle f;. Brown (1836), 4 A. & E. 378 ; 6 N. & M. 230 ; 1 H. & W. 769 ..446, 

610 
Tidey v. MoUett (1864), 16 0. B. N. S. 298 ; 83 L. J. C. P. 236 ; 10 L. T. 

380; 12W.R.802; 10 Jnr. N. S. 800 '. 649 

Tidmarah r. Grover (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 735 ; 14 R. R. 663 1194 

Tiemey v. Wood (1854), 19 Beav. 330 ; 23 L. J. Oh. 895 ; 2 W. R. 677 . . 665 

Tiffhe i;. Tighe (1877), I. R. 11 Eq. 203 1151 

Tadedey v. Harper (1876-78), 7 Ch. D. 403 ; 10 Oh. D. 393 ; 48 L. J. Oh. 

495; 39L. T. 652; 27 W. R. 249 186, 188, 221,224 

TUeyr. Cowling (1701), 1 M. Raym. 744 1117 

Tilghmani^. Fiaher (1840), 9 Watte, 441 620 

Tillotaon, Ex parte (1816), 1 Stark. 470 871 

Timson r. Wilflon (1888), 38 Ch. D. 72; 69 L. T. 76; 36 W. R. 418 .... 22 

Tindall r. Baakett (1861), 2 F. & F. 664 270 

Tinley v. Porter (1837), 6 Dowi. 744 ; 2 M. & W. 822 832 

Tinn i;. Billingdey (1836), 2 C. M. & R. 253; 3Dowl.810 474 

Tippet's case (R. v. Tippet) (1823), R. & R. 609 660 

Tippets r. Heane (1834), 1 0. M. & R. 262 ; 4 Tyr. 772 714 

Tippins V. Coatee (1847J, 6 Hare, 16 971 

Tirzah, The (1878), 48 L. J. P. D. & A. 16 ; 4 P. D. 33 177 

Tisdall r. Pamell (1863), 14 Ir. 0. L. R. 1, 27, 28 433, 1167, 1168 

Titus Gates' case (1686), 10 How. St. Tr. 1186 877 

Tobacoo-pipe Makers' Co. v, Loder (1851), 14 Q. B. 766 ; 20 L. J. Q. B. 

414 ; 15 Jur. 1194 71 

Toby V. Lovibond (1848), 5 0. B. 784 ; 6 Dowl. & L. 769 ; 17 L. J. 0. P. 

201; 12Jur.436 1160 

Tod V. E. of Winohelsea (1828), 3 0. & P. 387 141, 284, 353 

Todd r. Kerrioh (1852), 8 Ex. 161 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 1 ; 17 Jur. 119 36, 163 

Toddv. Reid(1821), 4 B. & Aid. 210 168 

Toddi;. Winohelsea, Ld. (I826j, 2 C. & P. 488 ; M. & M. 12 141 

Toft V. Stephenson (1851), 1 De G. M. & G. 28 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 129 ; 16 Jar. 

1187 720 

Toker v, Toker (1863), 31 Beav. 629 ; 3 De G. & Sm. 487 ; 8 L. T. 626, 

777; 32 L.J. Ch. 322; 9 Jar. N. S. 370 137 

Toleman v. Portbury (1869), 39 L. J. Q. B. 136; L. R. 6 Q. B. 288; 22 

L. T. 33; 18 W.R. 679 260,622 

Toleman, Re, Ex parte Bramble (1880), 13 Ch. D. 885 ; 42 L. T. 413 ; 28 

W.R. 676 321 

Tollemache, Re, Anderson, Ex parte (1885), 14 Q. B. D. 606 ; 64 L. J. Q. B. 

383; 62L. T. 786 1013, 1110, 1114 

Tollemache, Re, Ex parte Edwards (1884), 14 Q. B. D. 415 436, 529 

Tollemache v. Tollemache (1861), 30 L J. P. & M. 113 ; I S. & T. 667 . . 1144 

Tolman and Ux v. Johnstone (1860), 2 F. & F. 66 949 

Tomkins r. Att.-Gen. (1813), 1 Dow, 404 1060 

Tomkinsr. Saltmarsh (1826), 14 Serg. & R. 276 378 

Tomkins r. Tomkins (1859), 1 Sw. & Tr. 168 48 

Tomkinson v. Staight (1856), 25 L. J. 0. P. 85 ; 17 0. B. 697 ; 2 Jur. 354. . 690 
Tomlinson v. Gell (1837), 6 A. & E. 664 ; 1 N. & P. 688 ; W. W. & D. 229 678 

Tompaon v. Williamson (1831), 7 BUgh, 432 160 

Tom8 i;. Cuming (I860), 7 M. & Gr. 88 ; 8 Soott, N. R. 910 ; 1 Lut. Reg. 

Cas. 259; 14 L. J. C. P. 68; 9 Jur. 91 711,726 

Tomson f>. Judge (1855), 3 Drew. 306 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 929 ; 2 Eq. R. 1141 . . 187 

Toogood V. Spyring (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 181, 193 ; 4 Tyr. 682 HI 

Tookerf;. Smith (1867), 1 H. & N. 732 654 

Topham v. M'Gregor (1844), 1 C. & K. 320 824, 925 

Toppin V. Lomas (lSo5), 16 C. B. 145 ; 24 L. J. 0. P. 144 682 

Topping, Ex parte. Re Levy and Robson (1865), 34 L J. Bank. 44; 12 
L. T. 787 ; 13 W. R. 1026 715 

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Torrumo f. Young (1883), 6 0. &P. 8 169 

Tottenham's Estate, Re (1869), Ir. R. 3 Eq. 528 86 

Toulmin r. Copland (1848), 2 Phill. 711 1117 

Tonhnm r. Pnoe (1800), 5 Ves. 238 808 

Tounet v. Oripps (1879), 48 L. J. Ch. 667 ; 27 W. R. 706 676 

Tovey, In re (1878), 1 P. Div. 160 ; 46 L. J. P. 78 ; 34 L. T. 866 ; 24 

W. R. 639 701 

Toveyr. Lindsay (1813), lI>ow, 117 1143, 1144 

Towen v. Newton (1841), 1 Q. B. 319 ; 10 L. J. Q. 6. 106 ; 9 Dowl. 676. . 871 
Townof Union v. Bermes (1882), 44 New Jersey Reports (Law), 269 .... 608 

Toime V. Campbell (1847), 3 C. B. 921 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 104 36 

Towns V. Lewis (1849), 7 C. B. 608 ' 152 

Towns V. Smith (1846), 1 Woodb. & M. 116 1151 

Townend 9. Drakefoid (1843), 1 C. & K. 20 297, 298, 299 

Townloy v. Watson (1844), 3 Curt. 761 ; 3 Notes of Cas. (Eco. & M.) 17. . 707 

Townsend r. Ives (1748), 1 Wils. 216 1216 

Townsend, M. of v. Strangroom (1801), 6 Yes. 339 ; 6 R. R. 812 749, 750 

Townsend v, Wehi (1811), 8 Mass. 146 769 

Townshend Peer. (1843), 10 01. & Fin. 289 422 

Toymbee v. Brown (1849), 8 Ex. 117 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 99 76 

Tracy Peer. (1889), Min. Ev. 18 1167 

Tia^ Peer. (1843), 10 CL & Fin. 191 422, 423, 426, 931, 1226, 1228 

Tranord r. Blame (m» In re Truefort). 

Traa«. Baring (1864), 33 L.J. Ch. 621; 4 C^iff. 486 639 

Tiasherv. Eyerhart (1831), 3 Gill & John. 234, 242 61 

Traym V. BlnndeU (1877), 6 Ch. D. 436 ; 36 L. T. 341 801 

Treacy f. Corcoran (1874), I. R. 8 0. L. 40 139 

Treeby, Re (1876), L. R. 8 P. & D. 242; 44 L. J. P. & M. 44 706 

Trenny v. Fletcher (1696), 1 Ld. Raym. 164 19 

Trelawney v. Colman (1817), 2 Stark. 193 147, 376, 376, 930 

Tremain v. Barrett (1815), 6 Taun. 88 ; 1 Marsh. 468 ; 16 R. R. 684 818 

Trench v, Doran (1887), 20 L. R. Ir. 338 746, 784 

Trent «. Hunt (18^3), 9 Ex. 14 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 318 ; 17 Jur. 899 98, 162 

TrsM f. Sayage (1864), 23 L. J. Q. B. 339 ; 4 E. & B. 36 ; 2 0. L. R. 1316 ; 

18 Jur. 680 656 

TrcTanion, Ro (1860), 2 Roberts. 311 700 

Trevivan «. Lawrence (1704), 1 Salk. 276 ; 2 Smith, L. 0. 664 89 

Trewhitt tf. Lambert (1839), 10 A. & E. 470; 3 P. & D. 676 288 

Tribe v. Tribe (1849), 7 Notes of Cas. 132; 1 Roberts. 776 695 

Trickett 9. TomHnson (1863), 13 0. B. N. S. 663 ; 7 L. T. 678 638 

Trimbey v. Yignier (1834), 1 Bing. N. G. 161 ; 4 M. & Scott, 695 ; 6 0. & P. 26 52 
Trimble v. Hm (1879), 5 App. Gas. 342 ; 49 L. J. P. 0. 49 ; 42 L. T. 103 ; 

28 W. R. 479 620 

Trimlestown, Ld. v. Eemmis (1843), 9 01. & Fin. 763 . .431, 435, 443, 446, 486, 

1207 

Trimmer v. Bayne (1802), 7 Yes. 518 ; 6 R. R. 178 794, 805, 806 

Trist ». Johnson (1833), 1 M. & Rob. 260 314 

Tronsonr. Dent (1853), 8 Moo. P. 0. 0. 419 179 

Trotman i;. Wood (1864). 16 0. B. N. S. 479 778 

Trott 9. Skidmore (18o0), 2 S. & T. 12 ; 29 L. J. P. 166 ; 8 W. R. 690 ; 

6 Jnr. N. 8. 760 698 

Trotter v, Madean (1876), 18 Oh. D. 680 ; 49 L. J. Oh. 256 ; 42 L. T. 118 : 

28W. R.244 158,460 

Trowbridge v. Baker (1823), 1 Cowen, 251 618 

Trowel r. Castle (1661), 1 Keb. 22 1192 

Tiowell V. Shenton (1878), 8 Ch. D. 818 ; 47 L. J. Oh. 738 ; 38 L. T. 369 ; 26 

W. R. 837 680 

Trower and Lawson's case (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 8 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 468 846 

Truefort, In re, Trafford v. Blanc (1886), 34 W. R. 66 ; 63 L. T. 498 . . 188 
Trueman v. Loder (1840), 11 A. & E. 600 ; 3 P. & D. 567. . . .766, 767, 781, 783 

Trulock r. Robey (1841), 12 Sim. 402 ; 16 L. J. Ch. 343 720 

Truro, Lady, Ro (1866), 36 L. J. P. & M. 89 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 201 ; 14 

L. T. N. S. 893 ; 14 W. R. 976 701 

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ecu TABLE OF CASES CITEO, 

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Trndove •. Burton (1824), 9 Moore, 0. P. 64 606 

TniBtee Belief Act, Be, Mig^pna' Tmsta (1861), 2 Grift. 562 ; 30 L. J. Gh. 

406 682 

Tucker i;. Barrow (1828), 7 B. & 0. 625 ; 3 G. & P. 90 ; 1 M. & B. 518 ; 

M. &M. 137 617 

Tacker v. Burrow (1865), 34 L. J. Ch. 478 ; 2 H. & M. 515 ; 13 W. B. 

771; 12 Jur. N. 8. 485 666 

Tucker v. Qood (see Be Bonner). 

Tucker i;. MaxweU (1814), 11 Mass. 143 563 

Tuckey v. Henderson (1863), 33 Beav. 174 806 

Tuff 9. Warman (1857), 2 C. B. N. S. 740 ; 26 L. J. 0. P. 263 : affd. 5 C. 

B. N. S. 673; 27 L. J. 0. P. 322; 5 Jur. N. S. 222 6 

Tufton V. Whitmore (1840), 12 A. & E. 370; 9 L. J. Q. B. 405 365 

Tugwell «. Hooper (1847), 10 Beav. 348 ; 16 L. J. Gh. 171 607 

Tull i>. Parlett (1829). M. & M. 472 748 

Tullock*. Dunn (1826), Ry. & M. 416 492 

Tunnicliffe r. Tedd (1848), 5 G. B. 553 ; 17 L. J. M. G. 67 1078 

Tupling V. Ward (1861j, 30 L. J. Ex. 222; 6 H. & N. 749 ; 4 L. T. 20; 

9 W. R. 482 964 

TuppCT V. Foulkes (1861), 30 L. J. G. P. 214 ; 9 G. B. 797 ; 3 L. T. 741 ; 

9 W. R. 349 ; 7 Jur. N. S. 709 645, 646, 1206 

Tupper t;. Tupper (1855), 1 K. & J. 665; iJur. N. S. 917 708 

Turley V. Thomas (1837), 8 G. & P. 104 6 

Tumbull V, Janflon (1878), 3 G. P. D. 264 ; 47 L. J. G. P. 384 ; 26 W. B. 

815 818 

Turner's case (1664), Kel. (J.) 30 1126 

Turner, Re (1872), L. R. 2 P. & D. 403 ; 27 L. T. 322 ; 21 W. R. 38 . . . . 143 
Turner, Re, Glenister r. Hardin^ (1886), 29 Gh. D. 985 ; 53 L. T. 528. .421, 1170 
Turner v. Ambler (1847), 10 Q. B. 252 ; 11 L. J. Q. B. 158 ; 6 Jur. 346..30, 703 

Turner r. Barlow (1863), 3 F. & F. 946 16 

Turner v. Gameron's Goalbrook Steam Goal Go. (1850), 5 Ex. 932 ; 20 L. J. 

Ex.71 98 

Turner v. Gollins (1871), L. R. 7 Gh. 329 ; 41 L. J. Gh. 558 ; 25 L. T. 374 136 

Tumerr. Grisp(l728), 2 8tr. 827 448 

Turner r. Heyland (1879), 4 G. P. D. 432 ; 48 L. J. G. P. 535 ; 41 L. T. 

556 41 

Turner v. Mason (1845), 11 M. & W. 116 ; 2 D. & L. 898 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 

311 168 

Turner r.Pearte (1787), 1 T. R. 717 910 

Tumerr. Power (1828), 7 B.&G. 625; M. &M. 131 285 

Turner v. Walsh (1881), 6 App. Gas. 636 ; 50 L. J. P. G. 55; 45 L. T. 50.. 124 
Tumey v. DodweU (1854), 3 E. & B. 136 ; 2 G. L. R. 666 ; 23 L. J. Q. B. 

137; 18Jur.787 717 

Turquand v. Fearon (1879), 4 Q. B. D. 280; 48 L. J. Q. B. 341 ; 40 L. T. 

191 ; 27 W. R. 896 187,220 

Turquand f;. Ejiight (1836), 2 M. & W. 100 ; 2 Gale, 192 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 4. 691, 

692 594 596 611 
Turquand v. Wilson (1875). 1 Gh. D. 85 ; 45 L. J. Gh. 104 ; 24 W. R. 66.. * 684 
Turrill v, Grawley (1849). 13 Q. B. 197 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 155 ; 13 Jur. 878.. 162 
Turton v. Barber (1874), L. R. 17 Eq. 329 ; 43 L. J. Gh. 468 ; 22 W. R. 

438 602 

Tussaud, Re, Tussaud v. Tussaud (1878), 47 L. J. Gh. 849 ; 9 Gh. D. 368 ; 

26 W. R. 874; 39 L. T. 113 806,806 

Tutton V, Darke (1860), 5 H. & N. 649, 650 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 271 ; 6 Jur. N. 

S. 983 ; 2 L. T. 361 16,20 

Tweedale, Re(1874),L.R.3P.&D. 204; 44L.J.P. 35; 31 L. T. 799.. 142, 702 

Twemlow V. Oswin (1809), 2 Gamp. 85; llR. R. 670 176 

Twiss i;. Baldwin (1832), 9 Gonn. 291 201 

Twyman v. Knowles (1863), 13 G. B. 222 ; 22 L. J. G. P. 143 ; 17 Jur. 238 277, 

288 

Twyne*8 case (1602), 3 Go. Rep. 80 ; 1 Smith, L. G. 1 136 

Tjerman v. Smith (1856), 26 L. J. Q. B. 359; 6 E. & B. 719; 2 Jar. N. 
S.860 6g 

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lyen 9, Eoaedale and Ferry Hill Iron Co. (1876), 42 L. J. Ex. 185 ; L. R. 

8 Ex. 305; 29 L. T. 761 : 21 W. R. 793 762 

Tyler v. Ulmer (1816), 12 Mase. 166 1096 

lyier r. Yates (1871). L. R. 11 Eq. 265 ; 19 W. R. 118 : 23 L. T. 447 ; 40 

L. J. Ch. 768; 6 L. R. Ch. 666; 26 L. T. 284; 19 W. R. 909 137 

Tyxerc. Henry (1860), 14 Moo. P. 0. C. 83 ; 3 L. T. 219 186 

lyrwhitt r. Wynne (1819), 2 B. & A. 654 236 

U., falsely caned J. v. J. (1867), L. R. 1 P. & D. 461 ; 16 W. R. 618 ; 37 

L. J. P. &M. 7 631 

XJdnyr. Udny (1869), L. R. 1 H. L. f So.), 441 179 

Ulverstone Union 9. Park (1889), 63 J. P. 629 621 

Underwood v. Lord Courtown (1804), 2 Sch. & Lef. 67 616 

Underwood v. Wing (1854), 19 Beav. 469 ; 1 Jur. N. S. 169 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 

293 174 

Ungley •. Ungley (1877), 4 Ch. D. 73 ; 6 Ch. D. 887 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 189, 

854 679 

Union Bank of London v. Lenandon (1878), 3 C. P. D. 343 ; 27 L. J. Ex. 

409 661 

Unity Jt. St. Mutual Banking Assoo., Ex parte, Re King (1858), 3 De Q. 

& J. 63 ; 27 L. J. Bank. 33 ; 4 Jur. N. 8. 1257 641 

Upton 9. Hume (1893), 41 Am. St. R. 863 245 

Uiquhart v. Butterfield (1888), 87 Ch. D. 367 ; 57 L. J. Ch. 621 ; 57 L. T. 

780 ; 36 W. R. 376 7, 473, 507 

Urquhart v. Macpherson (1878), 3 App. Cas. 831 746 

U.S. 9. Batdste (1836), 2 Samn. 243 25 

U.S. ». Breed (1832), 1 Sumn. 169 764 

U.8. 9. Bnf Old (1850), 3 Pet. 12 1 1 78 

U.S. 9, Cnshman (1836), 2 Sumn. 426 1115 

U.S. 9, Gibert (1818), 2 Sumn. 19, 80, 81 279 

U.S. 9. Gooding (1827), 12 Wheat. 469 382 

U.S. 9. Hanaway (1861), 2 Wall. Jr. 139 626 

U.S. 9. Haywaid (1815), 2 Gall. 486 267 

US. •. Lefflor (1837). 11 Pet. 86 748 

U.S. V. M-Rae (1867), 37 L. J. Ch. 129 ; L. R. 3 Ch. 79 ; 16 W. R. 377 ; 

17 L. T. 428 966 

U.S. f>. Moses (1827), 4 Wash. 726 614 

U.S. r. Reybum (1832), 6 Pet. 352 277 

US. 9. Spalding (1822), 2 Mason, 478 1199 

U.S. r. Wagner (1867), 36 L. J. Ch. 634 ; L. R. 2 Ch. 585 ; 16 W. R. 

1026 ; 16 L. T. 646 3 

U.S. ». Wood (1818), 8 Wash. 440 354 

U.S. ir. Wood (1840), 14 Peters, 430 628 

Usticke r. Bawden (1824), 2 Add. 126 709 

Utterton v. Robins (1834), 1 A. & E. 423 701 

Uxbridge, Lord, 9. Staveland (1747), 1 Ves. sen. 56 961 

Vacheb r. Cooks (1829), M. & M. 353 377, 379 

Vacher r. Cocks (1830), 1 B. & Ad. 147 1212 

VaUr. Rice (1851). 1 Seld. (N. Y.), 155 782 

Vaillant r. Dodemead (1792), 2 Atk. 524 595, 603, 966 

Yale V. Oppert (1876), 10 Ch. App. 340 ; 44 L. J. Ch. 579 ; 33 L. T. 41 ; 

23W. R. 780 321 

Valentine r. Piper (1839), 22 Pi(^. 90 1219 

Vallanoe r. Dewar (1808), 1 Camp. 503 ; 10 R. R. 738 766, 782 

VaUee 9. Dumergue (1849), 4 Ex. 290 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 398 1147 

ValpytF. Gibson (1847), 4C. B. 864; 16 L. J. C. P. 241 671 

Vance v. Lowther (1876), 46 L. J. Ex. 200 ; 1 Ex. D. 176 ; 34 L. T. 286 ; 

24 W. R. 372 1194 

Vance 9. Vance (1871). I. R. 6 C. L. 363 623 

Vandenburgh 9. Spooner (1866), L. R. 1 Ex. 316 ; 36 L. J. Ex. 201 ; 4 

H.&C.619; 14W.R.848 671 

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CCIY TABLE OF CASES CITED, 

PAffI 

Vander Donokt i;. Thellusson (1849), 8 0. B. 812 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 12 938 

Vandevelde f». Lluellin (1661), 1 Keb. 220 872,878 

Van Diemen*s Land Bank 9. Victoria Bank (1871), 40 L. J. P. C. 28; 

L. R. 3 P. 0. 626 ; 19 W. R. 867 88 

Vane's, Lord, oam (1743-4), 13 East, 171, n. (a) ; 1 T. R. 697; 12 R. R. 

317; Preface, Ti 898 

Van Omeron v, Dowiok (1809). 2 Camp. 44 ; 11 R. R. 666 4, 20, 167, 1093 

Vanqnelin v. Bouard (1863), 16 C. B. N. 8. 341 ; 33 L. J. 0. P. 78 ; 9 L. T. 

682; 12 W. R. 128; 10 Jur. N. 8. 666 1151, lli54 

Van Reimsdjk v. Kane (1813), 1 Gall. 630 386, 494, 495 

Van Sandau v. Tomer (1846), 6 Q. B. 773, 786 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 164 ; 9 Jur. 

296 20,688 

Van Straubenzee v. Monck (1863), 32 L. J. P. & M. 21 ; 3 8. & T. 6 .... 701 

Van Wart f».Wolley( 1823), Ry. & M. 4 606 

Varioasv. French (1849), 2 C. & K. 1008 328 

Vaaier. Delaval (1785), 1 T. R. 11 616,617 

Vater's Trusts, Re (1887) W. N. 1887, at p. 128 1171 

Vaughan*8 cawe (1696), 13 How. St. Tr. 486 ; Fost. C. L. 246 286 

Vaughan v, Hancock (1846), 3 C. B. 766 ; 16 L. J. C. P. 1 ; 10 Jar. 

926 682 

Vaughan r. Martin (1796), 1 E«p. 440 926, 926 

Vaughan v, Worrall (1817), 2 Madd. 322 ; 2 Swans. 400 910 

VaughtoQ V. Bradfihaw (I860), 9 C B. N. 8. 103; 30 L. J. C. P. 93; 3 

L. T. 373; 9 W. R. 120; 7 Jur. N. 8. 468 1073 

Vaux Barony (1836), Min. Ev. 67 1040 

Vaux Peerage (1824), Pari. Min. 44 423,426 

Vaux r. Sheffer (1862), 8 Moo. P. C. C. 76 1122 

Velasquez, The (1867), L. R. 1 P. C. 494 ; 1 Moo. P. C. C. 426 ; 36 L. J. 

Adm. 19; 4 Moo. P. 0. C. (N. S.),426; 16 W. R. 89 178 

Venables v, Schweitzer (1873), L. R. 16 Eq. 76 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 389 ; 28 

L T. 462 844 

Venafro ». Johnson (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 316 679 

Vent ». Pacey (1830), 4 Russ. 193 601 

Vernon, Ewens & Co., Li re (1886), 32 Ch. D. 166 ; 64 L. T. 366 ; 34 

W. R. 606 666 

Verry r. Watkins (1836), 7 C. & P. 30S 264, 267,951 

Vice V. Lady Anson (1827), M. & M. 97 ; 7 B. & C. 409 ; 1 M. & R. 113 ; 

3 0. & P. 19 314 

Vickersi;. Hertz (1871), L. R. 2 H. L. (Sc.) 113 116 

Victoria, The (1867), 1 Ir. R. Eq. 336 ; 37 L. J. Adm. 12 178 

Vincent v, Bp. of Sodor & Man (1861), 4 De G. & Sm. 294 ; 20 L. J. Ch. 

433 ; 16 Jur. 366 ; 6 Ex. 683 693 

Vincent r. Cole (1828), M. & M. 258 ; 3 C. & P. 481 280, 286, 287 

Vines r. Arnold (1849), 8 C. B. 638 1124 

Viney v, Barss (1795), 1 Esp. 293 281 

Vinnicombe v. Butler (1865), 34 L. J. P. & M. 18 ; 3 S. & T. 680 ; 10 Jur. 

N. 8. 1109 ; 13 W. R. 392 697, 608 

Violettr. Patton (1809), 6 Cranch, 142 669 

Viret p. Viret (1880), 60 L. J. Ch. 69 ; 43 L. T. 493 680 

Vivian r. Little (1883), 11 Q. B. D. 370; 62 L. J. Q. B. 771 ; 48 L. T. 

793; 31 W. R. 891; 47 J. P. 666 1111 

Volant r. 8oyer(1863), 13 C. B. 231 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 83 321, 698 

Von Stentz r. Comyn (1848), 12 Ir. E. R. 622, 642—645 140 

Vooght V. Winch (1832), 2 B. & Aid. 662 89 

Vowles V. Young (1806), 13 Ves. 147 ; 9 R. R. 164 413, 416, 416, 424, 426 

Vulliamy r. Huskisson (1838), 3 Y. & C. Ex. 82 ; 2 Jur. 6 )6 418, 428 

Waddel, Ex parte, In re Latscher (1877), 6 Ch. D. 328 ; 36 L. T. 346 ; 26 
Ty wo 343 

Wad'dington V.Bristow (ISOl ),' 2'b. & P.* '462* '!!.*!.'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.' 686 

Wade V. Nazer (1848), 6 Notes of Cas. (Eoc. k Mar.) 46 705 

Wadev. Simeon (1845), 2 C. B. 342 910 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED, CCV 

PAoa 
Wade 9. Tatton (1856), 25 L. J. P. 240 ; 18 0. B. 371 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 491 . . 719 
Wadeer v. East India Co. (1856), 8 De G. M. & G. 182 ; 2 Jur. N. 8. 407. 618 

Wadley v. Baylias (1814), 5 Taun. 752 ; 15 Rev. R. 645 791 

Wadsworth r. Bentley (1854), 23 L. J. Q. B. 3 ; 1 L. & M. (Bail Court), 

203 ; 17 Jur. 1077 1122 

Wadsworth 9. Hamshaw (1819), 2 B. & B. 5. n 593 

Wad«worth r. Marshall (1832), 1 C. & M. 87; 3 Tyr. 228 816 

Wagstaff r. Wilson (1832), 4 B. & Ad. 339 ; 1 N. & M. 1 506 

Wainr. Bailey (1839), 10 A. & E. 616; 2 P. & D. 507 308 

Wainman r. Ejnman (1847), 1 Ex. 118 ; 1*6 L. J. Ex. 232 715 

Waithman v. Wakefield (1807), 1 Camp. 120 ; 10 R. R. 654 166 

Waithman v. Weaver (1822), D. & R. N. P. 10 ; 11 Price, 257 255 

Wakefield v. D. of Buccleuoh (1866), L. R. 4 Eq. 613 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 763. . 114 

Wakefield v. Ross (1827), 5 Mason, 18 ; 9 Dane, Abr. 317 903 

Wakeman v. West (1836), 7 C. & P. 479 1 168 

Waklej 9. Johnson (1826), R. & M. 422 246 

Waloot r. Alleyn (1819), MUw. Eoc. R. (Ir.) 69 170 

Waloott r. American Life, &o. Soo. (1891), 33 Am. St. R. 923 Add. [105] 

Walcott V. HaU (1810), 6 Mass. 514 255 

Waldridger. Kennison (1794), 1 Esp. 144 515 

Waldrontr. Coombe(1810), 3Taun. 162; 12 R. R. 629 1178 

Waldron r. Jacob (1871), L R. 6 Eq. 131 .'. 673 

Waldron r. Tuttle (1828), 4 New Hamp. 371 413 

Waldron v. Ward (1654), Sty. 449 603 

Waldy V, Gray (1875), L. R. 20 Eq. 238 ; 44 L. J. Ch. ZU ; 32 L. T. 531 ; 

23 W. R. 676 357 

Walfoid V, Fleetwood (1845), 14 M. & W. 449 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 271 19 

Walker's case (1586), 3 Co. Rep. 23 509 

Walker's case (1788), 1 Lea. 498 906 

Walker, In re, In re Jackson (1885), 53 L. T. 660 ; 3t W. R. 95 621 

Walker v. Bartlett (1856), 18 C. B. 845 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 643 ; 25 L. J. C. P. 

263 684 

Walker v. Beauchamp, Lady (1834), 6 C. & P. 552 303, 409 

Walker v. Bradford Old Bk. (1884), 12 Q. B. D. 511 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 280 ; 

32 W. R. 645 651 

Walker v. Broadstock (1795), 1 Esp. 458 444 

Walker v. Butler (1856), 25 L. J. Q. B. 377 ; 6 E. & B. 506 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

687 714 

Walker v, Gardner (1832), 4 B. & Ad. 371 733 

Walker v. Gode (1861), 30 L. J. Ex. 172 ; 6 H. & N. 594 524 

Walker v. a. W. Ry. Co. (1867), 36 L. J. Ex. 123 ; L. R. 2 Ex. 228 ; 15 

W. R. 769 641 

Walker 9. Milne (1849), 11 Bear. 507 ; 18 L. J. Ch. 288 684 

Walker r. Moore (1829), 10 B. & C. 416 773 

Walker v, Poole (1882), 21 Ch. D. 835 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 840 914 

Walker v. Richardson (1837), 2 M. & W. 882 ; M. & H. 251 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 

229 128, 669, 660, 662 

Walker r. Webb (1797), 3 Anst. 941 870 

Walker v. Wildman (1821), 6 Madd. 47 599, 601 

Walker w. Wilsher (1889), 23 Q. B. D. 335 j 58 L. J. Q. B. 501 ; 37 W. R. 

728 42, 506, 614 

Walker 9. Wingfield (1812), 18 Ves. 443 ; 11 R. R. 232 1049 

Walker 9. Witter (1778), 1 Doug. 1 1155 

Wall'soase (1872J, L. R. 15 Eq. 18; 42 L. J. Ch. 372 156 

Wallace v. Brockley (1837), 5 Dowl. 695 732 

Wallace 9. Cook (1804), 5 Esp. 117 1049, 1172 

Wallace 9. Fielden (1851), 7 Moo. P. C. C. 398 179 

Wallace 9. KelsaU (1840), 7 M. & W. 264 ; 8 Dowl. 841 ; 4 Jur. 1064 ; 10 

L.J. Ex. 12 487,552, 744 

Wallace 9. Pomfret (1805), 11 Ves. 647; 8 R. R. 241 806,807 

Wallace 9. Seymour (1871), Ir. R. 6 C. L. 196, 219, 343 704 

Wallace 9. Small (1830), M. & M. 446 615,711 

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CCVl TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

PAOI 

WaUep r. Lacy (1840), 1 M. & Gr. 64, 71 ; 8 Dowl. 663 ; 8 Soott, N. R. 

186; 4 Jur. 436; 9 L. J. C. P. 217 7U, 715 

"Walliei;. LitteU (1861), 31 L. J. C. P. 100; 11 C. B. N. S. 369; 8 Jur. 

N. S. 745 ; 10 W. R. 192 746 

"Wallia V. Smith (1882), 21 Oh. D. 243 ; 47 L. T. 389 ; 62 L. J. Gh. 146 ; 

31 W. R. 214 44 

Walpole V. Alexander (1782), 3 Doug. 46 866, 866,867 

Walrond v. Hawkins (1876), 44 L. J. 0. P. 116 ; L. R. 10 C. P. 342 .... 622 

"Walsh i;. NaUy (1877), I. R. 11 C. L. 337 732 

"Walsh f». Trevanion (1860), 15 Q. B. 733 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 458 740 

Walsh r. Wilson (1861)» 1 Ir. Eq. R. 610 867 

Walsham v. Stainton (1863), 2 H. & M. 1 599 

Walsingham, Ld. v. Gk>odricke (1843), 3 Haie, 124 593, 601. 602 

Walter r. Bollman (1839), 8 Wattn, 544 458 

Walter v, Cubley (1833), 2 G. & M. 161 1195 

Walter r. Haynes (1824), Ry. & M. 149 155 

Walters 9. Morgan (1792), 2 Cox, Ch. 369 682 

Walters v. Rees (1819), 4 Moore, C. P. 34 869, 871 

Walton, Ex parte, Re Levy (1881), 17 Ch. D. 766 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 662; 45 

L. T. 1 ; 30 W. R. 395 662, 741 

Walton V, Chandler (1846), 1 C. B. 307 ; 2 Dowl. & L. 802 ; 14 L. J. C. P. 

149; 9Jur.267 732 

Walton r. Green (1826), 1 C. & P. 621 500, 601 

Walton V. Hastings (1816), 4 Camp. 223 ; 1 Stark. 216 1194, 1208 

Walton r. Shelley (1786), 1 T. R. 296 877 

Walton f>. Waterhouse (1672), 3 Wms. Saunders, 417a 96 

Wambouffh v. Schank (1807), 1 Penningt. 229 172 

Wankford r. Fotherley (1694), 2 Vem. 322 539 

Ward r. Day (1864), 7 Notes of Cas. (Ecc. & Mar.) 96, 101 522 

Ward V. Dey (1849), 33 L. J. Q. B. 3, 254 ; 4 B. & 8. 337 ; 6 B. & S. 369 ; 

10L.T.678; 12 W. R. 829 937 

Ward V. Gamgee (1891), 66 L. T. 610 ; 40 W. R. .^9 915 

Ward V. Hobbs (1878), 4 App. Cas. 13 ; 48 L. J. Q. B. 281 ; 40 L. T. 73 ; 

27 W. R. 1 14 777 

Ward V, Johnson (1807), 13 Mass. 148 1115 

Ward V. Londesborough, Ld. (1852), 12 C. B. 262 158 

Ward, Ld. v. Lumley (1860), 29 L. J. Ex. 322 ; 6 H. & N. 87 669, 1197 

Ward V, Pearson (1839), 6 M. & W. 18 ; 8 L. J. Ex. 163 ; 7 Dowl. 382 . . 187 

Ward r. Pomfret (1832), 6 Sim. 476 ; 2 L. J. Ch. 22 447 

Ward r. Ryan (1876), 10 L:. R. C. L. 17 97 

Waidi;. Sinfield(1880), 49L. J. C. P. 696; 43 L. T. 252 948 

Ward i;. Ward (1848), 11 Beav. 377 1046, 1132 

Ward «. Welhi (1809), 1 Taun. 461; 10 R. R. 681 328, 1213 

Warde r. Warde (1861), 3 Mac. & G. 305 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 90 602 

Waidell r. Fermor (1809), 2 Camp. 282 1216 

Warden r. Jones (1867), 2 De G. & J. 76 ; 27 L. J. Ch. 190 ; 4 Jar. N. S. 

269 ; 23 Beav. 487 679, 680 

Ware v. Cumberlege (1856), 20 Beav. 603 ; 24 L. J. Ch. 630 ; 1 Jnr. N. S. 746 683 

Warickshairs case (1783), 1 Lea. 263 ; 2 East, P. C. 668 667, 658, 662 

Waring v. Waring (1848), 6 Moo. P. C. C. 341 ; 6 Notes of Cas. (Eco. & 

Mar.) 394 268 

Warmsley «r. ChUd (1749), 1 Ves. sen. 141 808 

Warner v. Mosses (1881), 60 L. J. Ch. 28 ; 43 L. T. 401 ; 29 W. R. 201 . . 849 
Warner v. WilUngton (1866), 3 Drew. 523 ; 26 L. J. Ch. 662 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 

433 671, 672, 675 

Warrall, Re, Ex parte Cossens (1820), Buck. 631 970 

Warren v. Anderson (1839), 8 Soott, 384 1218. 1220 

Warren v, Stagg (1787), cited 3 T. R. 691 762 

Warren r. Warren (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 260 ; 4 Tyr. 860 155 

Warren Hastings* case (1788), dted 30 How. St. Tr 492 ; 2 Ph. Ev. 461 . . 1179 

Warrender v. Warrender (1834), 9 Bli. N. S. 89 ; 2 CI. & Fin. 488 1144 

Warrick V. Queen's Coll., Ox. (Betts v. Thompson) (1867), 40 L. J. Ch. 

786; L. R. 6Ch. 732; 26 L. T. 264 ; 19 W.K. 1098 994 

1%0 r$f$rtne0i are to pagei, not to paragraphs. 



TABLE OF CASES CITED. CCVll 

PAOB 

•. Gflea (1734), 2 Str. 964, 1223, n. 1 1050 

^WarrinflTton v. Early (1853), 2 E. ft B. 763 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 47 ; 18 Jur. 42. 1194 
'Warwi^ v. Brace (1813), 2 M. ft Sel. 205 : 6 Tann. 118 ; 14 R. R. 634 . . 686 
Warwick v. Foulkes (1844), 12 M. ft W. 507 ; 1 Dowl. & L. 638 ; 13 L. J. 

Ex. 109; 8 Jnr. 85 244 

W^arwick v. Hooper (1850), 2 Mao. ft G. 60 622 

Warwick v. Qaeen*8 Coll. (1871), L. B. 3 Eq. 683 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 505 ; 18 

'W. R. 19 ; 23 L. T. 63 394, 898 

Warwick v. Rogers (1843), 6 M. ft Gr. 340 ; 6 Soott, N. R. 1 ; 12 L. J. 

C. P. 113 1200 

Waacm v. Walter (1869), 8 B. ft S. 671 ; 38 L. J. Q. B. 34 ; L. R. 4 Q. B. 

73; 19L. T. 409; 17 W. R. 169 4 

Waterfoid, Estate of M. of, Re (1871), Ir. R. 5 Eq. 434 768 

Waterford, Corp. of v. Price (1846), 9 Ir. L. R. 310 1176 

WtLterfordBj. Co. v. Woluely (1861), 1 Ir. C. L. R. 444 1176 

WaterfoTd, Wexford, Wicklow and Dublin Ry. Co. v. Pidcook (1853), 8 

Ex. 279 ; 7 Railw. Cas. 439 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 146 ; 17 Jur. 26 1176 

Waterloo Bridge Co. v. Cull (1859), 28 L. J. Q. B. 75 ; 1 E. & E. 213 ; 6 

Jnr. N. S. 464 112 

Watennan 9. Soper (1697), 1 Ld. Ray. 737 114 

Waterpark v. Fennell (1859), 7 H. L. Cas. 650 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 1135 ; 7 W. 

R. 634 791, 792 

Watenv. Eari of Thanet (1842), 2 Q. B. 757 ; 2 G. ft D. 166; 6 Jnr. 

70S 712 

Waters v. Hewlett (1831), cited 1 A. ft E. 8 371 

Waters v. Thorn (1866), 22 Beav. 547, 556, 557 68 

Waters r. Tomkins (1835), 2 C. M. ft R 723 ; 1 Tyr. & Gr. 137 714, 717 

Watkins, Ex parte (1752), 2 Ves. sen. 470a 1150 

Watkins, Re (1866), 35 L. J. P. ft M. 14 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 19 701 

Watkins v. Morgan (1834), 6 C. ft P. 661 191 

Watkins r. Nash (1875), L. R. 20 Eq. 262 ; 44 L. J. Ch. 505 1204 

Watkins v. Rymill (1883), 10 Q. B. D. 178 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 121 ; 48 L. T. 

426 ; 31 W. R. 887 86 

Watson 9. Clark (1813), 1 Dow, 336 ; 14 R. R. 73 176 

Watson V. Gray (1880J, 14 Ch. D. 192 ; 49 L. J. Ch. 243 ; 42 L. T. 294 ; 

28 W. R. 438 ; 44 J. P. 537 113 

Watson <r. King (1815), 1 Stark. R. 121 ; 4 Camp. 272 173, 1049, 1172 

Watson r. King (1846), 8 C. B. 608 606 

Watson r. Lane (1866), 11 Ex. 769 ; 26 L. J. Ex. 101 97, 98 

Watson V, Little (I860), 29 L. J. Ex. 267 ; 5 H. & N. 472 1097 

Watson r. Spratley (1854), 10 Ex. 237 ; 24 L. J. Ex. 53 683, 684, 686 

Watson r. llirelkeld (1798). 2 Esp. 637 ; 6 R. R. 760 639 

Watson V. Waoe (1826), 6 B. ft C. 163 642 

Watson 9. Watson (1864), 33 Beav. 674 806 

Wataon v. Woodman (1875), L. R. 20 Eq. 721 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 67 ; 24 W. 

R 47 387 

Watten r. Smith VlMl),' 2 B.'ft Ad.'892 !!!!!!!! ! ! ! \ ! ! ! ! *. ! ! ! ! ! *. ! !!!!!! 1116 
Watts V. Ainsworth (1862), 3 F. ft F. 12; 1 H. ft C. 83 ; 31 L. J. Ex. 

448 ; 6 L. T. 262 676 

Watts 9. Fraser (1837), 7 A. ft E. 323 ; 1 M. ft Rob. 449 ; 7 C. ft P. 369. .246, 

246 
Watts r. Kelson (1870), L. R. 6 Ch. 166 ; 40 L. J. Ch. 126 ; 24 L. T. 209; 

19 W. R. 338 116 

Watts r. Lawson (1830), M. ft M. 447, n 616 

Watts V. Thorpe (1808), 1 Camp. 376 498 

Wangh V. Bossell (1814), 6 Tann. 707 ; 1 Marsh. 214, 311 ; 15 R. R. 624. 1196 

Wauffh r. Carrer (1793), 2 H. Bl. 236 ; 14 R. R. 845 159 

Wangh p. Cope (1840), 6 M. ft W. 824 714 

Wayman v. Hilliaid (1830), 7 Bing. 101 ; 4 M. ft P. 729 616 

Waymell v. Reed (1794), 6 T. R. 600 ; 2 R. R. 675 747 

Weale V. Lower (1672), Pollexfen, 67 170 

Weall 9. Rice (1831), 2 Russ. ft My. 251 ; 9 L. J. Ch. 116 806, 807 

Weaver 9. Price (1832), 8 B. ft Ad. 409 1101 

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CCVIU TABLE OP CASES CITED. 

FKIH 

Webb's Estate, Re (1870), It. R. 6 Eq. 236 171 

Webb, Re (1855), 1 Deane, Eoo. R. 1 694 

Webb V, Austin (1844), 7 M. & Gr. 701 ; 8 Scott, N. R. 419 ; 13 L. J. C. 

P. 203 W 

Webb V, Bird (1863), 13 0. B. N. S. 841 ; 31 L. J. C. P. 335 ; 8 Jur. N. 

S. 621 125 

Webbv. Byiig(1866), 1 K. & J. 680 786 

Webb V. East (1880), 6 Ex. D. 23 964,1182 

Webb r. Fox (1797), 7 Tr. 391 ; 4 R. R. 472 116,117 

Webb v. Haycock (1854), 19 Beay. 342 421 

Webb V. Heme Bay Iinprovement Com. (1870), 39 L. J. Q. B. 221 ; L. B. 

6Q. B. 642; 22 L. T. 745 641 

Webb V. Manch. and Leeds Ry. Co. (1839), 4 My. & Cr. 120 ; 1 Railw. 

Cas. 676 932 

Webb 9. Paternoster (1620), Palm. 71; RoUe, R. 143; Noy, 98; Poph. 

161; Gt)db. 282 638 

Webb V. Petts (undated) , Nov, 44 398 

Webb v. Plummer (1819), 2 B. & Aid. 746 781 

Webb v. Smith (1824), 1 C. & P. 337 488,595 

Webb V, Taylor (1843), 1 Dowl. & L. 684 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 24 ; 8 Jur. 39 . .869, 

871 
Webber v. Corbett (1874), 43 L. J. Ch. 164 ; 16 L. R. Eq. 615 ; 29 L. T. 

366 793 

Webberi;. East. Ry. Co. (1840), 2 Meto. 147 932 

Webber r. Lee (1882), 61 L. J. Q. B. 174, 485 ; 9 Q. B. D. 316 682 

Webber v. Stanley (1864), 16 C. B. N. S. 698 ; 33 L. J. C. P. 217 803 

Websterv. Bray (1848), 7 Hare, 159 160 

Webster v. Cecil (1861), 30 Beav. 62 750 

Webster v. Cook (1867), L. R. 2 Ch. 642 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 763 ; 13 W. R 1001 137 

Webster r. Lee (1809), 6 Mass. 334 1123 

Wedderbume's case (1746), 18 How. St. Tr. 426 ; Post. C. L. 246 236 

Wedge V. Berkeley (1837), 6 A. & E. 663 ; 1 N. & P. 666 ; W. W. & D. 

271 31,39 

Wedgwood's case (1831), 8 Greenl. 76 1173 

Weeks v. Argent (1847), 16 M. & W. 817 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 209 ; 11 Jur. 626. .602, 

607 

Weeks r.Maillardet (1811), 14 East, 668 1205,1206 

Weeks v. Propert (1873), 42 L. J. O. P. 129 ; L. R. 8 0. P. 427 ; 21 W. R. 

676 780 

Weeks v. Sparke (1813), 1 M. & Sel. 686 ; 14 R. R. 646 .... 393, 396, 398, 401 

Weidmanp. Kohr (1818), 4 Serg. & R. 174 413,510 

Weidner«. Schweigart (1823), 9 Serg. & R. 385 1^* 

Welch f>. Barrett (1819), 16 Maw. 380 454 

Welch v.Mandeville (1816), 1 Wheat. 233 *38 

Welch V. Nash (1807), 8 East, 394; 9R. R. 478 1136 

Welch V. PhilUps (1866), 1 Moo. P. C. R. 299, 302 1« 

Welch r. Seaborn (1816), 1 Stark. R. 474 154 

Weld t;. Hornby (1806), 7 East, 199 ; 8 Smith, 244 ; 8 R. R. 608 ^93, 792 

Welfare v. Lond. & Brigh. Ry. Co. (1869), L. R. 4 Q. B. 093 ; 38 L. J- ^- 

Q. B. 241; 20L. T. 743; 17 W. R. 1065 1«« 

Welfordv. Beezely (1747), 1 Ves. sen. 6; 1 Wils. 118 6** 

Welland Can. Co. v. Hathaway (1832), 8 Wend. 480 293, 529 

WeUand v Ld. Middleton (1844), 11 L:. Eq. R. 603 1050, 1054, 1173 

Wellsi;. PiBher(l831), 6C. &P. 12; 1 M. &Rob. 99, audn ^90 

Wells V. Fletcher (1831), 6 C. & P. 12 ; I M. & Rob. 99, and n ^f 

Wells V, Horton (1826), 4 Bing 40 ; 12 Moore, C. P. 176 683 

Wells V, Jesus College (1836), 7 C. & P. 284 398, 401 

Wells V. Kingston-upon-Hull (1875), L. R. 10 C. P. 402 ; 44 L. J. C- P- ^., 

257 ; 32 L. T. 616 ; 23 W. R. 562 641, 6W 

Wells V. Wells (1874), 43 L. J. Ch. 681 ; L. R. 18 Eq. 504 ; 31 L. T. 16; ^^, 

22 W. R. 893 741, 793 

Welman v. Welman*(1886)Vl6*Ch'/D." 670*;" 49 L T. 

146 139, <49 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. CCIX 

PAOB 

Webtend V. Levy (1831), IM. ftRob. 139 27,496, 611,614 

WemTM 9. Hopkins (1876), 44 L. J. M. C. 101 ; L. B. 10 Q. B. 378 ; 32 

L. T. 9 ; 23 W. R. 691 1131 

Wenman r. Mackenzie (1866), 6 E. & B. 447 ; 26 L. J. Q. B. 44 ; 1 Jut. 

N. S. 1016, 1049, n 406, 1116, 1161 

Wentworth v. Lloyd (1864), 33 L. J. Ch. 688 ; 10 H. L. Gas. 689 ; 10 L. T. 

767 ; 10 Jnr. N.' S. 961 1 09 

Wequelin v. Weqnelin (1839), 2 Curt. 268 363 

WeMt, Be (1862), 32 L. J. P. & M. 182 ; 12 W. R. 89 ; 9 Jar. K. S. 1168 699 

Wert V, Baxendale (1860), 9 C. B. 141 ; 19 L. J. C. P. 149 30, 189 

West V. Blakewaj (1841), 2 M. ft Gr. 729 ; 9 Dowl. 846 ; 3 Soott, N. R. 

199; 16 Jut. 451; 10 L. J. 0. P. 173 644, 760, 761 

Westv.Lawday (1866), 2 Ir. R. Eq. 617 801 

West 9. Moore (1807), 8 East, 343 ; 9 R. R. 460 146 

West V. Ray (1864), 1 Kay, 386 ; 23 L. J. Ch. 447 ; 2 Eq. R. 431 ; 2 W. 

R.319 69S 

West V. Steward (lSi5), 14 M. ft W. 47 1202, 1204, 1206, 1206 

West Cambridge v. Lexington (1824). 2 Pick. 636 448 

West of Canada Oil, fto. Co., Re (1877), 46 L. J. Ck. 683 ; 6 Ch. D. 109 ; 

25W. R. 787 346, 917 

West Cornwall Ry. Co. v. Mowatt (1860), 16 Q. B. 621 ; 19 L. J. Q. B. 

478 ; 16 Jur. 101 ; 1 Drew. 247 1176 

West Jewell Tin Mining Co., In re (1879), 10 Ch. D. 679 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 426 ; 

40 L. T. 43 ; 27 W. R. 310 123S 

West of Eng. Bk. v. Canton Ins. Co. (1877), 2 Ex. D. 472 1180 

West London Com. Bk.«. Eitaon (1884), 63 L. J. Q. B. 2i8, 346; 13 Q. B. D. 

360; 60L. T. 656; 32 W. R. 767 780 

Westoby p. Day (1863), 2 E. ft B. 606 ; 22 L. J. Q. B. 418 ; 18 Jnr. 10. .7, 11 16 

Weston, Re (1869), L R. 1 P. ft D. 633 ; 38 L. J. P. ft M. 63 703 

Weston's case. In re (1879), 10 Ch. D. 679 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 426 ; 40 L. T. 

43 ; 27 W. R. 310 1238 

Weston V, Ernes (1808), 1 Taun. 115 766 

Wetherall, Ex parte, Middleton v. Pollock (1876), 4 Ch. D. 49 ; 46 L. J. 

Ch.39; 36L.T.608; 26 W. R. 94 639 

Wetherellfr. Lanff8tonri847), lEx. 634; 17 L. J. Ex. 338 676 

Wey r. Tally (1 704), 6 Mod. 194 8 

Whaley 9. darlisle (1866), 17 Ir C. L. R. 792 18,441 

WhaUey r. Pepper (1836), 7 C. ft P. 506 872 

Wharamv. Routledge(1806), 6£8p. 235: 8 R. R. 851 1191 

Wharram v Whanam (1863), 33 L. J. P. ft M. 76 ; 3 S. ft T. 301 ; 10 Jur. 

N. a499; 10L.T. 163; 12 W. R. 889 307 

^artonPeer. (1845), 12 a. ft Fin. 301. 1035, 1092 

Whuton V. Mackenzie (1844), 6 Q. B. 606 ; 1 Day. ft M. 614 ; 8 Jur. 466; 

13 L. J. Q. B. 130 49 

Whateley v. Spooner (1857), 3 K. ft J. 542 785, 796 

Whatman, Re (1805), 34 L. J. P. ft M. 17 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 1242 801 

Wheatcroft's oaae (1873), 42 L. J. Ch. 853 : 29 L. T. 324 626 

Wbeatley v. WiUiams (1836), 1 M. ft W. 633; 2 Gale, 140; 1 T. ft G. 

1043 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 237 609, 611 

Wheaton v. Maple (1893), 3 CSi. 48 ; 62 L. J. Ch. 968 ; 68 L. T. 641 ; 69 

L. T. 208; 41 W. R. 677 119 

Wfaeeldon v. Burrows (1878), 12 Ch. D. 31 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 863 ; 41 L. T. 

327 ; 28 W. R. 196 116 

Wheeler, In re (1880), 49 L. J. P. D. ft A. 29 ; 42 L. T. 60 ; 28 W. R. 476; 

44J. P. 285 706 

Wheejerr. Aldenon(1831), 3 Hagg. Eoo. 687 140, 371, 930 

Wheeler v. Atkins (1806), 6 Esp. 246 365 

Wheeler 9. Collier (1827), M. ft M. 126 671 

Wheeler p. Fox (1841), 3 Ir. L. R. 302, n 869 

Wheeler v. Le Marohant (1881), 17 Ch. D. 681 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 795 ; 44 L. T. 

632; 46 J. P. 728 594, 1183 

WheeleriJ. Lowth(1710), Comyn'sDig. tit. "Eyid.,"o. 1 1036 

Wheclmg^s case (1789), 1 Lea. 311, n 660 

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CCX TABLE OF CASES CITED. 

Whioher, Be, Steyefns, Ex parte (1888), 6 M. B. R. 173 849 

Whicker v. Home (1859), 28 L. J. Oh. 396 ; 7 H. L. Can. 124 ; 4 Jar. N. S. 

933 179 180 1106 

Whiffwii.' HaidwriKhVcmV)] Vl* BeaVVl U '.V.'.'.V/.*.*.'. ...... .. ...*.../ 614 

Whippy v. Hillary (1832), 3 B. & Ad. 399; 6 C. & P. 209 7U 

Whistler «. Forster (1833), 32 L. J. C. P. 161 ; 14 C. B. N. 8. 248; 8 L. T. 

317; 11 W.R. 648 M 

Whitaker r. Izod (1809), 2 Taun. 115 821, 969 

Whitakeri;. Tatham(1831), 7Biiig. 628; 6 M. & P. 628 794 

Whitakerr.Wi8bey(1862), 120. B. 66, 69; 21 L. J. C.P. 116; 16 Jur. 411.. 19, 

84, 135, 283 

Whitoombf>. Whiting (1781), 2 Doug. 662; 1 Sm. L. 0. 665 488 

White, Re (1860), 2 Roberts. 194 698 

White, Re (1861), 80 L. J. P. & M. 66 142 

White V. Biroh (1867). 36 L. J. Oh. 174 ; 16 W. R. 306 ; 16 L. T. 606 .. 801 

White V. Cuyler (1795), 6 T. R. 176 ; 1 Esp. 200; 8 R. R. 147 645 

White r. Dowling (1845), 8 Ir. L. R. 128 600 

White f>. Greenish (1861), 11 C. B. N. S. 209; 8 Jur. N. 8. 663 648 

Whiter. Hawn (1810), 6 Johns. 851 906 

Whiter. Lisle (1819), 4 Madd. 214 396,898 

White r. M*Dermott (1872), I. R. 7 0. L. 1 144 

White V. Morris (1852), 11 C. B. 1016; 21 L. J. C. P. 185; 16 Jur. 600 .. 481 

Whiter. Parkin (1810), 12 East, 678; 11 R. R. 488 764 

Whiter. Proctor (1811), 4 Taun. 209; 13 R. R. 680 780 

Whiter. Repton (1844), 3 Curt. 818 702 

Whiter. Bayer (1622), Palm. 211 768 

White r. Sharp (1844), 12 M. & W. 712 ; 13 L. J. Ex. 216 ; 1 Dowl. &L. 

lOnO; 10. &K. 348; 8 Jur. 344 1039 

White r. Smith (1841), Arm. M. & O. 171 977 

White, Ex parte, White r. Tommey (1863), 4 H. L. Oas. 313 1133 

White r. Trustees of the British Museum (1829), 6 Bing. 310 696 

Whiter. Wilscm (1800), 2 Bos. & P. 116 767 

White r. Wilson (1806), 13 Vee. 87; 14 Ves. 161 170 

White's case, R. r. White (1823), R. & R. 608 660 

Whiteaorer. Symonds (1808), 10 East, 13; 10 R. R. 224 47 

Whitehead r. Clifford (1814). 6 Taun. 618 660 

Whitehead r. Scott (1830), I M. & Rob. 2 289,318,372 

Whitehead r. Tattersall (1834), 1 A. & E. 491 499 

Whitehouse r. Hemmant (1858), 27 L. J. Ex. 296 1231, 1232 

Whiteley r. King (1854), 17 0. B. N. S. 756 ; 10 Jur. N. S. 1079 ; 11 L.T. 

342 ; 1 3 W. R. 83 143 

Whitelocke r. Baker (1807), 13 Ves. 514 ; 9 R. R. 216 408, 413 

Whitelock r. Musgrove (1833), 1 0. A M. 51 1 ; 3 Tyr. 641 1216, 1219 

Whitefieldr. Brand (1847), 16 M. &W. 282; 16 L. J. Ex. 103 288 

Whitfteldr.SouthEa8t.Ry.Oo.(1868),27L.J.Q.B.229; IE. B.&E. 116.. 111,648 
Whitford r. Tutin (1834), 10 Bing. 396 ; 4 M. & So. 166 ; 4 L. J. K. B. 63 286 

Whitley r. Gbugh (1556-7), Dyer, 140 658 

Whitmore r. Humphries (1871), L. R. 7 0. P. 1 ; 41 L. J. 0. P. 43; 25 

L.T.496; 20W.R.79 116 

Whitnashr. George (1828). 8 B. & C. 556 437,608 

Whitney r. Boordman (1875), 118 Mass. 242 763 

Whittaker r. Edmunds (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 366 ; 1 A. ft E. 638 261 

Whittaker r. Jackson (1864), 33 L. J. Ex. 181 ; 2 H. & 0. 926 ; 11 L. T. 

155 1113, 1119, 1120 

Whitting, Re, Ex parte Hall (1878), 10 Oh. D. 816; 48 L. J. Bank. 79; 

40L.T. 179; 27 W. R. 385 651.652 

Whittuckr. Waters (1830), 4 0. & P. 376 419, 424, 1047 

WhitweUr. Perrin (1858), 4 0. B. N. S. 412 179 

WhitweUr. Wyer (1814), UMass. 6 479 

Whitwill r. Scheer (1838), 8 A. & E. 301 ; 3 N. ft P. 891 ; 7 L. J. Q. B. 

244 189, 192, 194 

Whitworth's case (1881), 19 Ch. D. 118 ; 61 L. J. Oh. 71 ; 46 L. T. 449; 

SOW. R. 33 M 

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TABLE OF CASES CITED. OCXl 

'W^iyittKii V. Ckrih (1853), 8 Ex. 803 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 316 1208 

Whyte 9. Alhrens (1884), 26 Gh. D. 717 ; 50 L. T. 344 ; 82 W. R. 619 1188 

Whyte V. Boae (1842), 4 P. & D. 199 ; 8 Q. B. 495 ; 2 G. & D. 312 ... .17, 19, 

1133, 1151 
Wickens v. OoaUey (1851), 11 C. B. 666 ; 21 L. J. C. P. 50 ; 2 L. M. ft P. 

572 18 

Wickham r. K. of Bath (18f 5), 36 L. J. Gh. 5 ; L. R. 1 £q. 17 ; 35 Beay. 

59; 13L. T. 313; 14 W. R. 21; llJnr. N. S. 988 731 

Wickham V. Hawker (1840), 7 M. & W. 63 ; 10L.J.Ex.l53 638 

Wickham v. Lee (1848), 12 Q. B. 526 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 21 ; 12 Jar. 628 . . 1125 

Wickham r. Wickham (1855), 2 K. & J. 478 677 

WiddowB* Trusts, Re (1871), L. R. 11 £q. 408 ; 40 L. J. Gh. 380 ; 24 L. 

T.87; 19W.R.468 101 

Wiedeman p. Walpole, (1891) 2 Q. B. 534 ; 60 L. J. Q. B. 762 ; 40 W. R. 

114 525,881 

Wnbr V. Sohillizzi (1856), 17 G. B. 619 ; 25 L. J. G. P. 89 776 

Wigglevworth v. BallifloD (1778), 1 Doug. 201 ; 1 Bligh, 287 ; 1 Smith. L. 0. . 768 
Wight*8 Mortgage Trusts, Re (1873), 43 L. J. Ch. 66; L. R. 16 £q. 41 ; 

28L. T. 491 738 

Wihenr. Law (1821), 3 Stark. 63 1170 

Wike V. Lightner (1824), 11 Serg. & R. 198 ; Swift, Ev. 143 972, 973 

WUbor fr. Seidell (1826), 6 Gowez^ 162 328, 354 

WUby ». ISlgee (1875), L. R. 10 a P. 497 ; 44 L. J. C. P. 254 ; 32 L. T. 

310 711, 722 

Wilbj V. Elston (1849), 7 Dowl. & L. 143 ; 8 C. B. 142 ; 18 L. J. C. P. 

820 * 13 Jur 706 223 

Wildes 9. Dadiow (1875),* U'l. J.cii. 341 • *L. iL*19 Eq.' 1*98 ;' 2*3 W. R. 

435 679 

Wiles v.Woodwazd (1851), 5 Ex. 557; 20 L. J. Ex. 261 94 

Wilkes V. Hopkins (1845), 1 G. B. 737 ; 3 Dowl. & L. 184 ; 14 L. J. C. P. 

225 476 

WiUdn r. Reed (1854), 15 G. B. 192, 198, 205 : 22 L. J. C. P. 193 ; 18 Jur. 

1081 40, 191, 193 

Wilkins v. Jadis (1831), 2 B. & Ad. 188 ; 1 M. ft Rob. 41 33, 521 

Wilkins V. Stephens (1842), 1 Y. ft G. (Gh.) 431 666 

Wilkinson, In re (1881). 6 P. Div. 100 ; 29 W. R. 896 ; 45 J. P. 716 .... 707 
Wilkinson r. Evans (1866), 3o L. J. C. P. 224 ; L. R. 1 G. P. 407 ; H. ft R. 

522 ; 14 W. R. 963 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 600 673 

WilkinsonfF. Gordon (1824), 2 Add. (Ecc.) 152 1116 

Wilkinson v. Johnston (1824), 3 B. ft G. 428 ; 5 D. ft R. 403 1200 

Wilkinson v. Kirhy (1854), 23 L. J. G. P. 224 ; 15 G. B. 430 ; 2 C. L. R. 

1387 ; I Jnr. N. 8. 164 1119 

Wilkinson 9. Storey (1839), 1 Jebb ft Sy. 509 44 

Wilkinson r. Verity (1871), L. R. 6 G. P. 206 ; 40 L. J. C. P. 141 ; 24 

L.T.32; 19W.R.604 71 

Willesford, Re (1842), 3 Gurt. 77 701 

Williams, Ex parte (1824), 13 Price. 673; M'Glel. 493 811 

Williama, Re (1865), 35 L. J. P. ft M. 2; L. R. 1 P. ft D. 4 698 

Williams V. Armioyd (1813), 7 Granoh, 423 1150 

Williams V. Ashton (1860), 1 J. ft H. 116 142 

Williams v. Bryant (1839). 5 M. ft W. 447 ; 7 Dowl. P. G. 502 ; 9 L. J. 

Ex.47 216,543 

Williams v. Bymee (1863), 2 New R. 47 ; 1 Moo. P. G. G. 154 ; 8 L. T. 

69: 11 W.R. 487 671 

Williams r.Callender (1810), Holt, N. P. 307 265 

Williams v. Comm. (1879), 91 Pa. St. 493 627 

Williams v. DaTles (1833), 11 Q. B. D. 74 ; 52 L. J. M. G. 87 ; 47 J. P. 

681 272, 273 

Williams v. £. Ind. Go. (1802), 3 East, 192, 201 ; 6 R. R. 589 ; Bull. N. P. 

298 105,260 

Williamsv. £tbds(1853),2H. ftK. 771; 27 L. J. Ex. 176; 1 E.ftB.727.. 704 
Williams v. Eyans (1875), 44 L. J. Gh. 319 ; L. R. 19 Eq. 547 ; 32 L. T. 

369; 23W.R.466 688 

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VAOI 

Wmiama 9. Eyton (1869), 4 H. & N. 867 ; 27 L. J. Ex. 176 122, 1059 

WUliamBt^. Farringrton (1789), 2 Cox (Ch.) 202 966 

WUliamar. Geaves (1838), 8 0. & P. 692 437,488 

Williams v. Griffith (1849), 3 Ex. 336 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 210 711 

WiUiamfl v. Griffiths (1839), 2 0. M. ft R. 46 ; 1 Gale, 66 ; 6 Tyr. 748 ... . 715 

WillUmsfF. Gutch(1867), 14 Moo. P. C. C. 202 6 

WUliamsv. Hulie (1663), 1 Sid. 131; Swift, Evid. 612 919 

WUliamsv. Innes (1808), 1 Camp. 364; 10 R. R. 702 498 

Williams v. Jones (1^4 1 ) , 1 1 A. 4 E . 643 m 

Williams v. Jones (1849), 7 Notes of Cases, 106 143 

Williams r. Jones (1887), 36 W. R. 573 764 

WiiUams v. Jordan (1877), 46 L. J. Ch. 681 ; 6 Ch. D. 617 ; 26 W. R. 230. 671 
Williams v. Lake (1869), 29 L. J. Q. B. 1 ; 2 E. & E. 349 ; 1 L. T. 66 ; 6 

Jur. N. 8. 46 671 

Williams 9. Lucas, (1892) 2 Q. B. 113 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 696 ; 66 L. T. 706. 810 

Williams ©.Morgan (1850), 16 Q. B. 782 277,898 

Williams 9. Morris (1841), 8 M. & W. 488 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 126 638 

WiUiams v. Mudie (1824), 1 C. & P. 168 : Ry. & M. 34 698 

WilUams v. Pigott (1848), 2 Ex. 201 ; 17 L. J. Ex. 196 : 6 Railw. Cas. 644 ; 

12 Jur. 313 641 

Williams v. Scottish Widows' Fund (1888), 62 J. P. 471 ; 4 Times L. R. 

489 172 

WilUamsr. Smith (1819), 2 B. & Aid. 496 82 

Williams v. Steele (1836), 4 Law Rec. (Ist Series) 169 870 

WiUiams v. Stem (1879), 6 Q. B. D. 409 ; 49 L. J. Q. B. 663 ; 42 L. T. 

719* 28 W. R. 901 761 

Williams v. Swansea Canal Navig. Co. (1868) i L. R. 3 ISxV iftS !!.!.!.! . .' 1068 
Williams v. Thomas (1862), 2 Dr. & 8m. 29 ; 31 L J. Ch. 674 ; 7 L. T. 184; 

8 Jur. N. S. 260 606 

Williamsr. Tyley (1858), Johns. 530 706 

Williamsr. Walsby (1803), 4 Esp. 220 645 

Williams «. Wheeler (I860), 8 C.B. N.S. 316 681 

Williams r. WUoox (1838), 8 A. & £. 314 ; 3 K. & P. 606 ; 1 W. W. k H. 

477 1281 

Williams «. Williams (1693), Carth. 269 6 

Williams r. WiUiams (17»8), 1 Ha^g. Cons. 304 183, 602, 666 

WUUams v, Williams (1863), 32 Beatr. 370 666, 806 

WiUiams f. WiUiams (1868), 37 L. J. Ch. 864 679 

Williams t». WUHams (1877), 8 Ch. D. 789, 793; 47 L. J. Ch. 867; 27 

W. R. 100; 39L. T. 180 146,704 

WiUiams V. WiUiams (1866), L. R. 2 Ch. 16 268 

WiUiams 9, WUUams and Padfield (1866), 36 L. J. P. & M. 8 ; L. R. 1 P. 

&D. 29; 13L. T. 610 601 

WiUiams 9, VTHaon (1853), 9 Ex. 90 ; 1 C. L. R. 921 ; 23 L. J. Ex. 17 .. 1160 

Williams t'. Tounghusband (1816), 1 Stark. R. 139 303 

WUliamson v. Allison (1802), 2 East, 446 200, 201 

WilUanuionv. Barton (1862), 31 L. J. Ex. 170; 7 H. & K. 899; 8 Jur. 

N. S. 341; 6L.T. 800 768 

Wmiamson (Wilkinson) v. Scott (1821), 17 Mass. 249 662 

WilUngham 9. Matthews (1815), 6 Taun. 368 ; 2 Marsh. 67 866, 869 

WUHns 9. Smith (1864), 4 E. & B. 180 ; 8 C. L. R. 16 ; 24 L. J. Q, B. 62; 

1 Jur. N. S. 163 71S 

WUUs 9. Bernard (1832), 8 Bing. 376; 1 Mo. & So. 684; 1 L. J. C. P. 118.. 376 

WmisfF. Jemegan(1741), 2Atk. 252 626 

Wmis «. Newham (1830), T. & J. 518 717 

WUlis 9, Peckham (1820), 1 B. & B. 515 ; 4 Moore (C. P.) 300 820 

WOlman r. WorraU ( 1 838), 8 C. & P. 380 1216, 1220 

WUlmettp. Hanner (1839), 8 0. & P. 695 105 

WUlook 9. Noble (1876), L. R. 7 H. L. 680 ; 44 L. J. Oh. 346 ; 82 L. T. 

419; 23W.R.809 709 

WiUoughby 9, WUloughby (1787), I T. R. 772 ; 1 R. R. 397 6, 21 

WUlson, Re, Nicholson, Ex parte (1880), 14 Ch. D. 243; 49 L. J. Bank. 

68 ^9 

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TABLE OP CASES CITED. CCXlll 

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WilKnif. A]l6n(1820), iJao. & W. 611,620 126 

WilBon V. Beddard (1846), 12 Sim. 28 700 

Wilsoni;. Boerom (1818), 15 Johns. 286 466 

Wilson V. Bowie (1823), 1 0. & P. 10 289, 1191 

Wilsons. Batler (1838), 4 Bing.N. 0.748 ; 6 Soott, 540; 8L J. 0. P. US.. 89 

Wilson V. Oollnm (1881), 9 L. R. Ir. 150 121S 

Wilson 9. De Coulon (1883), 22 Oh. D. 841 ; 53 L. J. Oh. 248; 48 L. T. 

614 ; 81 W. R. 889 847 

Wilson V. Ladj Dunsany (1854), 18 Beav. 293 ; 23 L. J. Oh. 492 ; 18 Jur. 

762 1152 

Wilson V. Finch- Hatton (1877), 2 Ex. D. 336 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 489 ; 36 L. T. 

478 ; 26 W. R. 537 775 

Wilson 9. Fold (1868), L. R. 8 Ex. 63 ; 87 L. J. Ex. 60 ; 17 L. T. 605 ; 

16 W. R. 482 166 

Wilson V. Hoare (183»). 10 A. & E. 236 39 

Wiloon v. MitoheU (1813), 8 Ounp. 393 500 

Wilson V. N. & Banb. Ry. (1872), L. R. 14 Eq. 477 ; 20 W. R. 938 ; 27 

li. T. 607 602 

Wilson 9. O'Leary (1872), L. R. 12 Eq. 625 : 40 L. J. Oh. 709 805 

Wilson 9. RastaU (1792), 4 T. R. 460 ; 2 R. R. A15 694, 595, 598, 603, 607 

Wilson «. Robinson (1846), 7 Q. B. 68 ; 14 L. J. Q. B. 196 ; 9 Jar. 726 . . 246 

Wilson «. Rogers (1746.6), 2 Str. 1242 992 

Wilson •. SeweU (1766), 4 Borr. 1980 658 

Wilson «. SherifEs of London (1620), Brownl. 15 871 

Wilson f». Turner (1808), 1 Taun. 398 : 9 R. R. 797 606 

Wilson r. Wallani (1880), 6 Ex. D. 155 ; 49 L. J. Ex. 437 ; 42 L. T. 375 ; 

28 W. R. 597 ; 44 J. P. 476 662 

Wilson r. Wilson (1883), 6 P. Div. 8 : 49 L. T. 430 : 82 W. R. 282. . . .341, 348 

Wilson's Trusts (1866), L. R. 1 Eq. 247; 36 L. J. Oh. 243 1143 

WUton V. Dunn (1861), 17 Q. B. 294 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 60 ; 16 Jur. 1104 . . 98 

\irilton 9. Web«ter (1839), 7 0. A P. 198 376 

Wiltshire «. Sidfoid (1827), 1 M. & R. 404 ; 8 B. A 0. 259, n 113 

Wntzie r. Adamson (1789), 1 Ph. Ev. 357 626 

Windle V. Andrews (1819), 2 B. A Aid. 696 ; 2 Stark. 425 731 

Wing 9. Angrave (1860), 8 H. L. Oas. 183 30 L. J. Oh. 66 174, 741 

Winn r. Bull (1877), 47 L. J. Ch. 139 ; 7 Oh. D. 29 ; 26 W. R. 230. .... . 673 

Winn r. Patterson (1835), 9 Pet. 663 429 

Winsor v. Dumford (1848), 12 Q. B. 603 ; 18 L. J. Q. B. 14 ; 12 Jar. 629 1014 
Winsor V. R. (1866), 36 L. J. M. 0. 161 ; 7 B. & S. 490 ; L. R. 1 Q. B. 

890 ; 10 Oox, 0. 0. 276 ; 12 Jur. N. S. 661 ; 14 L. T. 667 ; 14 W. R. 

696 888 

Winter v. Miles (1808), 10 East, 678 ; 1 Oamp. 476, n. ; 10 R. R. 391 . . . . 4 

Winter v. Wroot (1834), 1 M. & Rob. 404 876 

WinterboUom v. Ld. Derby (1867), L. R. 2 Ex. 316 ; 36 L. J. Ex. 194 ; 16 

L. T. 771; 16W. R. 15 125 

Wintle, Re (l870), L. R. 9 Eq. 373 ; 21 L. T. 781 ; 18 W. R. 394 1171 

Wisden v. Witiden (1849), 6 Beav. 549 815 

Wise 9. Great West. Ry. Oo. (1856), 26 L. J. Ex. 268 ; 1 H. ft N. 63 . . . . 722 

Wiseman's case (1824), Maoq. H. L. Prao. 631 502 

Wishart r. Wyllie (1863), 1 Maoq. 389 Ill 

Witham v. Taylor (1876), 3 Oh. D. 606 : 46 L. J. Oh. 798 ; 24 W. R. 877 . . 438 
WithneU v. Garthain (1795), 6 T. R. 388 ; 1 Esp. 324 ; 3 R. R. 218. . . .397, 792 

Witmer v. Schlatter (1830), 2 Rawle. 369 1098 

Witt 9. Witt and Kiindworth (1862), 3 S. ft T. 143 ; 32 L. J. Mat. 179 ; 

8 L. T. 176 ; 11 W. R. 164 ; 9 Jur. N. S. 207 374 

Wogan r. SmaU (1824), 11 Serg. ft R. 141 931 

WoU r. Wyeth (1824), llSerg.&R. 149 S64 

Wolfe r. Washburn (^1826), 6Cowen,261 1178 

Wolff V. Koppel (1843), 6 Hill, N. Y. R. 468 677 

Wolfl p, Ozhobn (1817), 6 M. ft Sel. 92 1146 

WoUaston p. HakewiU (1841), 3 M. & Gr. 297 ; 3 Soott, N. R. 693 ; 10 

Tj J G P 303 296 909 

Wolton 9, Gavin (1860),' 16*Q. b! 48 ;' *20 lV J.qLb. 73; 15 Jur. 329. . . . * 148 

Vol. J. muit wUhpofft 636. 



CCXIY TABLE OF CASES CITED, 

PAGI 

Wolverton Mortgaged Estates, Be (1877), 7 Oh. D. 197; 47 L. J. Oh. 127; 

37L. T. 673; 26 W. R. 138 798 

Womerdey •. Dally (1857), 26 L. J. Ex. 219 230 

Wood. Re, Ex parte Luokes (1872), L. R. 7 Ch. 3U2 ; 41 L. J. Bank. 21 ; 

26 L. T. 1 1 8 82 

Wood f>. Anfflo-Italian Bk. (1876), 34 L. T. 255 1189 

Wood V. Duke of ArgjU (1848), 6 M. ft Or. 932 ; 7 Scott, N. R. 885 ; 13 

L. J. 0. P. 96 640 

Wood V. Beard (1876), 2 Ex. D. 30 ; 46 L. J. Ex. 100 ; 35 L. T. 866 .... 649 

Wood V, Braddick (1808), 1 Taun. 105 ; 9 R. R. 711 886, 488 

Woodv. Cooper (1845), 1 0. & K. 646 923,926 

Wood f^. Drury (1699), 1 Ld. Raym. 734; Holt, 734 1209 

Wood©. Fitz (1820), 10 Mart. 196 14 

Woodr. Jackson (1831), 8 Wend. 9 1140 

Wood 9. Lake (1761), Sayer, 3 638 

Wood V. Leadbitter 11845), 13 M. & W. 843 ; 14 L. J. Ex. 161 637, 638 

Wood V. Mackinflon (1840), 2 M. & Rob. 273 942 

Wood V. Manley (1839), 11 A. & E. 34 ; 3 P. & D. 5 ; 9 L. J. Q. B. 27 . . 638 
Wood V. Midgley (1854), 6 De Q. M. & G. 41 ; 23 L. J. Oh. 553 ; 2 £q. 

Rep. 729; 2 Sm. & G. 121 670, 730 

Wood V. Peel (1844), Ex. Midd. Sitt. T. T. 1844 361 

Wood V, Piiestner (1866), 4 H. & 0. 681 ; L. R. 1 Ex. Ch. 66 ; 36 L. J. 

Ex.42 786 

Wood 9. Rowoliffe (1851), 6 Ex. 407; 20 L. J. Ex. 285 804 

Woodf>. Soarth (1855), 2 Kay & J. 33 749 

Wood V, Smith, Re City of Cambridge (1874), 43 L. J. Adm. 11 ; L. R. 6 

P. 0.451; 30L. T. 439; 22 W. R. 578 178 

Wood r. Underbill (1847), 5 How. S. Ct. R. 1, 4 43 

Woodr. Wood (1867), L. R. 1 P. & D. 309; 36 L. J. P. 34 ; 15 L. T. 

693 143, 307, 709 

Woods V. Woods (1844), 4 Hare, 83 ; 14 L. J. Ch. 9 601 

Wood's Estate, Re (18<^3), 2 New R. 15 ; 1 De G. J. & S. 465 ; 32 L. J. 

Ch. 400 167 

Woodbeck v, Keller (1826), 6 Cowen, 120 623, 627 

Woodbridge v. Spooner (1819). 3 B. & A. 233 : 1 Chit. R. 661 767 

Woodcock r. Houldsworth (1846), 16 M. & W. 124 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 49 . .166, 932 

Woodcraft v, Kinaston (1742), 2 Atk. 317 1019 

Woodfine, Re (1878), 47 L. J. Ch. 832 ; 38 L. T. 763 ; 26 W. R. 678 ... . 946 

Woodford V. Whiteley (1830), M. & M. 517 307 

Woodgate«. Potts (1847). 2 0. & K. 467 270 

Woodham v. Edwards (1836), 5 A. & E. 771 ; 1 N. & P. 207 ; 2 H. & W. 

443; 6L. J. K. B. 38 : 7,8 

Woodley, Re (1864), 3 S. & T. 429 ; 33 L. J. P. 154 699 

Woodley «. Coventry (1863;, 32 L. J. Ex. 186 ; 2 H. & O. 164 ; 8 L. T. 

249 ; 11 W. R. 599 ; 9 Jur. N. 8. 548 646 

Woods V, Dean (1862), 32 L. J. Q. B. 1 ; 3 B. & S. 101 ; 7 L. T. 561 ; 11 

W. R. 22 621 

Woods r. Lamb (1866), 35 L. J. Ch. 309 169 

Woods tf. Woods (1802), 2 Bay. 476 172 

Woodward, Re (1871), L. R. 2 P. & D. 206 ; 40 L. J. P. & M. 17 ; 24 

L. T. 40 ; 19 W. R. 448 706 

Woodward V. Buchanan (1870), 39 L. J. Q. B. 71 ; L. R. 5 Q. B. 285; 

22 L. T. 1 23 229 

Woodward v. Catton (1834), 1 C. M. & R. 44 ; 6 0. & P. 489 ; 4 Tyr. 689 10o6 

Woodward V. Larking (1801), 3 Er-p. 286 662 

Woodward r. Leavitt (1871), 107 Mass. 45i 616 

Woolam ». Beam (1802), 7 Ves 218; 6 R. R. 113 744,760 

WooUey ». N. Lond. Ry. Co. (1869), L. R. 4 0. P. 602 ; 38 L. J. 0. P. 

317; 20L. T. 818; 17 W. R. 650,797 1186 

Woolway r. Rowe (1834), 1 A. & E. 114 ; 3 N. & M. 849 ; 3 L. J. K. B. 

121 610, M2, 518 

Wootley f>. Gregory (1828), 2 r. & J. 536 659 

Worcester's, L'Evesque de, case (1594), Moore, F. 360 ; Poph. 84 6 

Jilt rrf&rmeet ar$ topaget^ mi Uk paragrapJu. 



TABLE OF GASES CITED. CCXY 

PAOB 

WarEdi 9. Maaaej (1605), Cro. Jao. 67 19 

Woraley r. Filiaker (1620), 2 RoU. Rep. 119 21 

Worthuigtoii V. Gnmsditoh (1846), 7 Q. B. 479 ; 15 L. J. Q. B. 52 ; 10 

Jnr. 26 714 

WoiihingrtoiL 9. Hyljer (1808), 4 Mam. 196 802 

Worthington ». Moore (1891), 64 L. T. 338 1211 

Wodtfaington v. Sadlow (1862), 31 L. J. Q. B. 131 ; 2 B. & S. 508 ; 6 L. T. 

283 ; 10 W. R. 621 ; 8 Jur. N. S. 668 780 

Wortlimfftoii V. Warrington (1848). 8 0. B. 184 ; 18 L. J. G. P. 350 .... 773 

Wotfeon, Re (1874), 43 L. J. P. & M. 14 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 159 699 

Wrayr. Steele (1814), 2 Yes. & B. 388; 13 R. R. 124 666 

Wray, In re (1769, ahonldbe 1876), Ir. R. 10 Eq. 266 140 

Wright, Re (1865), 34 L. J. P. & M. 104 ; 4 S. & T. 36 699 

Wrightr. Gollii(1849), 8G. B. 150; 19 L. J. G. P. 60 1166 

Wright r.Goiirt( 1825), 2 0. & P. 232 386 

Wright r. Grookes (1840), 1 Scott, N. R. 685 747, 757 

Wright 9. Doe d. Tatham (1834), 1 A. & E. 22 . . . .278. 279, 324, 326, 369-371, 

379 380 392 1113 1216 
Wright «. Gofl (1856), 22 Beav^. 207 ; 25 L. J. Gh. 803 ; 4 W.'r. 522 ; 2 

Jut. N. 8. 481 749 

Wright 9, Graham (1848). 3 Ex. 131 ; 18 L. J. Ex. 29 1039 

Wright f». Holdgate (1850), 3 G. & K. 168 101, 621 

Wright V. Lainson (1837), 2 M. & W. 739, 743 ; H. & H. 202 ; 6 Dowl. 

146 ; 6 L. J. Ex. 197 147 

Wright r. Littler (1761), 3 Bnrr. 1255 ; 1 W. BI. 349 464 

Wriirht 9. Lond. Gen. Omnibua Go. (1877), 46 L. J. Q. B. 429 ; 2 Q. B. D. 

271; 36L.T.590; 25 W. R. 647 1130 

Wright v. Ld. Maidstone (1855), 1 K. & J. 701 ; 24 L. J. Gh. 623 ; 1 Jur. 

N. S. 1013 308 

Wright r. Mills (1859), 4 H. & N. 488 : 28 L. J. Ex. 223 ; 5 Jur. N. S. 771 84 
Wrights. Netherwood (1793), 2 Salk. 593, n. (a); 2 Phillim. 266-277, n. {e) . . 174 
Wright 9, Pearson (1869), L. R. 4 Q. B. 582; 38 L. J. Q. B. 312; 10 

B. A S. 723 ; 20 L. T. 849 ; 17 W. R. 1099 516 

Wright r. Pnlham (1816), 2 Ghitty. R. 121 1096 

Wright 9. Rogers (1869), 38 L. J. P. & M. 67 ; L. R. 1 P. & D. 678 ; 21 

L.T. 166; 17W.R.833 697 

Wright r. Rudd (1832), cited 1 Ph. Ev. 172 398 

Wright f. Sanderson, "Times," 28 Feb. 1884 (G. A.) 697 

Wright 9. Sarmuda (mi# Wright v, Netherwood). 

Wright 9. Shawcross (1819), 2 B. & Aid. 501, n 32 

Wright r. Snowe (1848), 2 De G. & Sm. 321 539 

Wright 9. Stavert (1850), 29 L. J. Q. B. 161 ; 2 E. & E. 721 ; 8 W. R. 

413 ; 6 Jur. N. S. 867 682 

Wright 9. Vanderplank (1856), 2 K. & J. I ; 25 L. J. Gh. 753 ; 8 De G. 

M. & O. 183 ; 2 Jur. N. S. 599 136 

Wright 9. Wilcox (1850), 19 L. J. G. P. 333 ; 9 G. B. 650 ; 14 Jur. 

746 272,274 

Wright v.Woodgate (1835), 2 G.M.&R. 573; lTyr.&Gr.l2; I8ale,329.. Ill 

Wright r. Wright (1831). 7 Binar. 457 696 

Wrightsonr. Galvert (1860), 1 J. & H. 260 803 

Wyatt, Re (1862), 2 S. & T. 494 ; 31 L. J. P. & M. 107 701 

Wratt 9, Bateman (1836), 7 G. & P. 586 329, 1216 

Wyattv. Gore (1816), Holt, N. P. R. 299 618 

WyaU r. Harrison (1882), 3 B. & Ad. 871 ; 1 L. J. K. B. 237 114 

Wroh 9, Meal (1734), 3 P. Wms. 311 495 

Wyld 9, Hopkins (1846), 16 M. & W. 517 ; 16 L. J. Ex. 26 640, 541 

Wylliev. Mott (1827), 1 Hagg. (Eco.) 34 846 

Wyndham*s Divorce bill (1855), 3 Maoq. 64 876 

Wynne «^. Tyrwhitt (1838), 4 B. & Ad. 376 '. 87, 442 

XxHos 9. Wickham (1866), L. R. 2 H. L. 296 ; 36 L. J. G. P. 313 ; 16 
L. T. 880 1204 

Vol, /. endi with pag$ 635. 



OCX VI TABLE OF GASES CITED. 

VAom 

Tabsleti;. Noble (1697)» 1 Ld. Baym. 190 496 

Yarboiough «. Bk. of England (1812), 16 East, 6 ; 14 Key. R. 272 ; do. 

Pi^iaoo ▼ fi4S 

Tardley v. Arnold '(i842)Vi6 mV& w/l46^'2 i^wh N^^ Car.'&M. 

484 ; 6 Jut. 718 909 

Tates, Ex parte, Be Smith (1858), 27 L. J. Bank. 9 ; 2 De G. & J. 191 . . 1194 

Yates «. Camaew (1828), 8 C. & P. 99 485 

Yates V. Maddan (I85I), 3 Mac. & G. 532 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 24 ; 16 Jur. 45. . 144 
Yatee v. Pym (1816), 6 Taun. 446 ; 2 Marsh. 141 ; Holt, N. P. 95 ... .766, 781 

Yates r. Thomson (1835), 3 a. & Pin. 577, 580 52 

Year. Fouraker (1760-1), 2 Burr. 1099 714 

Yearsley v. Heane (1845), 14 M. & W. 322 : 3 Dowl. & L. 265 872 

Yearwood*8 Trusts, Be (1877), 46 L. J. Gh. 488 ; 5 Ch. D. 545 ; 25 W. B. 461 621 

Yeatman, Ex parte (1835), 4 Dowl. 309 594 

Yeatman v. Dempsey (1861), 7 C. B. K. S. 628 ; 9 C. B. N. 8. 881 ; 9 W. B. 

743 ; 7 Jur. N. 8. 1245 ; 29 L. J. C. P. 177 836 

Yeats V. Yeats ri852), 16 Beay. 170 803 

Yelyerton v. Yelverton (1867), L. B. 1 H. L. (Sc.) 218 ; 4 Macq 746 ; 10 

Jur. N. S. 1209 ; 11 L. T. 118 ; 13 W. B. 235 876 

Yeomans r. Williams (1865), L. B. 1 £q. 184 ; 35 L. J. Ch. 283 539 

Yorke i'. Brown (1842), 10 M. & W. 78 ; 2 DowL N. 8. 283 ; 11 L. J. Ex. 

410 1165 

Yoterr. Sanno(1837), 6 Watts, 166 619 

Young, Ex parte. Be Kitohin (1881), 17 Ch. D. 668 ; 50 L. J. Ch. 824 ; 45 

L. T. 90 508 

Young i;. Black (1813), 7 Cranoh, 665 1118 

Young u. Cawdrey (1819), 8 Taun. 784 568 

Young i;. Clare Hall (1851), 17 Q. B. 529 ; 21 L. J. Q. B. 12 ; 16 Jur. 81 . . 446 
Young r. Cole (1837), 3 Binjr. N. C. 724 ; 4 Soott, 489 ; 6 L. J. C. P. 201.. 776 

Young V. Honner (1843), 2 M. & Bob. 537 ; 1 C. & K. 61 1226 

Young V. Corp. of Leamington (1883), 8 Q. B. D. 597 ; 51 L. J. Q. B. 292 : 

8 App. Gas. 517; 62 L. J. Q. B. 713 ; 49 L. T. 1 ; 81 W. B. 925; 47 

J. P. 660 650 

Young V. HoUoway (1895), 11 B. (April) 59 ; (1895) P. 87 ; 64 L. J. P. D. 

& A. 65; 72L. T. 118; 43 W. B. 429 Add. [230] 

Young V, Lynch (1747), 1 W. Bl. 27 997 

Young V. Murphy (1^36), 3 Bing. N. G. 64 ; 3 Soott, 379 ; 2 Hodges, 144; 

6 L. J. G. P. 180 255 

Young V, B. (1789), 3 T. B. 98 ; 1 B. B. 660 237, 238 

Young V. Baincook (1847), 7 C. B. 310 ; 18 L. J. G. P. 193 ; 13 Jur. 539. . 89, 

93 94 

Young «. Schuler (1883), 11 Q.B. D. 671; 49 L. T. 646 780,758 

Young r. Smith (1808), 6 E«p. 121 496 

Young V. Turing (1841), 2 M. & Gr. 603 ; 2 Soott, N. B. 762 157 

Young V.Wright (1807), 1 Camp. 141 605, 606 

Younge v, Honner (1843), 2 M. & Bob. 637 ; 1 C. & K. 61 1226 

Yrisari v. aement (1826), 3 Bing. 482 ; 11 Moore (C. P.) 308 ; 2 O. &P. 223 8 
Ystalyfera Iron Co. 9, Neath and Brecon By. Co. (1873), 43 L. J. Ch. 476 ; 

L. B. 17 Eq. 142 ; 29 L. T. 662 ; 22 W. R. 149 1073 



ZACHAMAflr. CoUis (1820), 8 PhilKm. 202 140 

Zichy Ferraris, Countess de v, M. of Hertford (1843), 3 Curt. 479. .697, 701, 708 

Zouoh Peer. (1807), Pari. Min. 207 409, 428 

Zouch V. Clay (1671), 1 Ventr. 186 ; 2 Keb. 872 ; 2 Ley. 36 1208, 1205 

Zouoh r. WilUngale (1790), 1 H. Bl. 812 ; 2 B. B. 770 39,622 

ZugasH V. Lamer (1858), 12 Moo. P. C. G. 331 6 

Zulaetar.Vinent (1851-2), 1 De G. M. & G. 315 544 

The refnreneea are to page$^ not to paragraphs. 



AMERICAN" TABLE OF CASES. 



[SBFERENCES ABE TO PAGES.] 



Abbot v. Plumbe 1229", 122«» 

Abbott p. Coleman 1229««, 1229^^ 

Abington r. North Bridgewater 412^ 

Acklen v. Hickman 978^ 978^^ 

Adam r. Kerr 1229>* 

Adams p. Clark 183^ 

P.Davis 8081 > 

p. Field 12294*, i229«, 1 229« 

p. Greenwich Ins. Co. 267** 



— p. Harrison 

— p. Jones 

p. Kenney 

c. Lawson 

p. Lesher 

p. Sute 

c. Swansea 

p. Watkina 

p. Way 

— p. Wheeler 
Addams p. Seitzinger 
Adkios p. Galbraith 
Ailler p. State 
Ahem p. Goodspeed 
Aiken p. Kennison 
Alabama, &c. Ins. Co. v. Cobb 



622« 

183'*4 

257W 

267» 

1179» 

891*>, 1179» 

427* 

808« 

21», ll79i» 

978», 978« 

4523 

868" 

2115 

391« 

267» 

21« 



Alabama, &c. R. R. p. HiU 366", 365» 

Alabama State Ld. Co. p. Kyle 188*^ 

Albrittin p. Huntsville 

Alderman p. People 

Alderman and Council p. Finley 

Alexander p. Burnham 



p. Foreman 

p. Kaiser 

— p. Milwaukee 
— • p. Smoot 

p. U. S. 

Alexander's Suooetsion 
AUegiiany p. Nelson 
Allen p. Frost 

p. Thaxter 

p. Watson 

p. Teater 

Allesbrook p. Roach 
Allison p. Barrow 
Alston p. State 
Aroer. Ac. Ass'n p. Dahl 



21" 

622" 

21" 

21" 

11794* 

978« 

21" 

468», 463^ 

858a 

183»* 

219 

621, 522 

117948 

62", 1179" 

8082» 

1229» 

622" 

6882 

8a8« 



Amer. &c. Ins. Co. v. Rosenagle 621^ 

427«, 11798, 1179" 

Amer. Nat. Bk. v. Bushey 21* 
Ames p. McCamber 52", 62" 

p. Snider 270* 

Amey v. Long 1229* 

Amidon p. Hosley 257«« 

Anderson p. Ames 463^ 

V. Fetzer 891» 391» 

p. Long 257M 

V. Parker 427* 

V. State 4706, 470i^ 688», 688I0, 688" 

Andrews v. Beck 188^ 

V, Hoxie 21» 

p. Solomon 622* 

Aneals v. People 978" 

Angus V, Smith 978* 
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass. p. 

Hutmacher 858" 

Annapolis, &c. R. R. p. Gantt 257^ 



Anon. 
ApoUon, The 
Appeal of Hartranft 
Application of Jacobs 
Arayo p. Currel 
Arbuckle p. Templeton 
Archer p. Helm 
Archibald v. State 
Armil p. Chicago 
Armor v. State 
Armstrong p. U. S. 
Arnold p. Arnold 

p. Jones 

Arthur v. James 
Ash V. Marlow 



267« 

21«* 

622" 

21" 

21» 

183», 622« 

891", 89 1« 

470* 

891«* 

257n 

2r 

910", 9101* 

808" 

6647, 5541a 

62* 
52" 

218) 

6548 



American Fire Ins. Co. p. Hazen 267« 



Ashley p. Root 

Ashley's Adm'x v. Martin 

Ashlock p. Linder 

Atchison, &c. R. R. p. Blackshire 21" 

p. Cupello 117918 

p. Lawler 978^, 978^ 

p. Parker 391» 

r. Stanford 257»* 

p. Thul 865", 8651* 

Atkeson p. Lay 21*® 

Atkinson p. Blair 808* 

Atlantic Ins. Co. p. Manning 1229<» 



CCXVUl 



Alias Bank v. Doyle 
Att.-Gen. v. Dublin 

V. Halliday 

V. Hitchcock 

Atwater v. Schenck 
Atwood u, Barney 

V. Scott 

Aa^usta v. Windsor 
Aulls V. Young 
Aultman v. Clifford 

V. Daggs 

Austin V. Austin 
 V. Heiser 

r. Holland 

V, State 

Austine v. People 
Averill v. Sawyer 
Avery v. Avery 

V. Miller 

Ayer v. Bell Mfg. Co. 
Ayres v. Bane 

V. Chisuni 

0. Duprey 

V. Hewett 

V, Watson 



AMEBICAN TABLE OF CASES. 
BeferenoM are to pages. 



27612 

212S, 622 

183« 

27 

21« 

46a»,46d» 

1831 

463* 

2768 

80618 

6228 

183« 

622* 

183*^ 

978« 

68818, 688» 

808«, 808M 
4682' 
80826 
8081* 
6642 
86821 
978*8 
1229» 
978^1 



Bank of Augusta v. Earle 

Bank of Kentucky v. Adams Ex 

press Co. 
Bank of Newberry 
Bank of No. Amer. v. McElroy 



21" 



Bacon v. Frisbce 6221^ 
V. Inhabitants of Charlton 39187 



V. Towne 

Badart v. Foulon 
Badger V. Story 
Baeder v. Jennings 
Bagley v. McMickle 



267»*, 391*8 

622 

3686, 891*», 391*8 

4281 

18828,36820 



Bagley, &c. Co. v. Saranac, &c. Co. 8088 

Bailey v. Bailey 978« 

V. Kalamazoo Pub. Co. 21" 

Buin V. Walsh 868II 

Baird 1;. Baird 8082* 

Baker u. Gausin 3918 

V. Goldsmith 8912» 

V. Hall 8088 

V. Hess 6642 

V. Knott 21** 

V. Mich.. &c. R B. 8O8II 



V. Mygatt 

V. Thompson 

Balbo r. People 
Batch V. Smith 
Bald ridge v. Penland 
Baldwin v. Burt 

V. Short 

V. Threlkeld 

V. Whitcomb 

Ball V. Gates 



2128 

91018 

68818 

183«i 

468», 463", 46818 

858" 

267" 

868*) 

8688 

4688 

1179« 



Ballew 17. U. S. 

Baltimore, &c. R. R. v. Glenn 62i<) 

V. Rambo 978», 978*° 

V. Thompson 97828 

V. Woodruff 25728 

Baltimore Steamboat Co. v. Brown 8O812 
Bank v. Bank 978^o 

V. Dandridge 188*8, 3532 

V. Mudgett 1229»8 

V. Rutland 391*» 

V. Zom 9781, 9736^ gygw 



Bank of Northern Liberties t>. Davis 
Bank of U. S. v. Dandridge 

V, Merchants' Bank 

Bank of Upper Canada v. Boulton 

V. Smith 

Hank of Utica v. Hillard 
Banks v. Burnliam 
Bannon v. Aultman 
Barber v. Merriam 
Barbour V. Watts 
Barcello v. Hspgood 
Barclay v. Waring 
Barker v. Bradley 

V. Bushnell 

r. Com. 

1;. HaskeU 

— V. Kuhn 
Barmby v. Plummer 
Barnard v, Roane Iron Co. 
Barnes v. Harris 

V. State 

V. Trompowsky 

Barnhart v. Fulkerth 
Bamum v, Barnum 



Barr v. Barr 
Barron v. Mason 
Barrow 17. State 
Barrows v. Downs 
Barry v. Ryan 
Bartholomew t*. Farwcll 
Bartlett t\ Emerson 

V. Patton 

Bartley t;. People 
Barton v. Dun das 
Bascom v. Smith 

». Toner 

Bass V. Chirjigo, &c. R. R. 
Bassett v. Shares 

V. Spofford 

Basye v. State 
Battaglia v. Thomas 
Battle V. Baird 
Battles V. Laudenslager 
Battre v. State 
Baugh V. White 
Baxter r. Abbott 

V. Ellis 

V, State 

Bay r. Cook 
Bayly's Adm. v. Chubb 
Bayse v. State 
Beach v. State 
Beale v. Com. 
Beall V. Poole 
Beals V. See 
Beamer v. Darling 
Beard v. Boy Ian 
Beardsley v. Wildman 



21* 
2i» 

9101?, 
910» 
97gn 
868° 

1179» 

806S 

62« 

1229» 

21« 

80P» 

891» 

1179» 

11798* 

910» 

808« 

654? 

891« 

4631*, 46318, 463» 

622" 

368» 

808«i 

622^ 

68818 

1229» 

21 

4272, 427«, 4278, 

4278, 427» 

808* 



62*,267»« 

8918* 

6210 

1229" 

468» 

412» 

462* 

688» 

468* 

628 

868^ 

891" 

65^ 

46S* 

4708,6881 

86818, 978** 

1179* 

2672» 

521 

8080 

978« 

188* 

470P. 47018 

4638. 468» 

218, 6218 

6221* 

6861 

183" 
808» 

808>i 

62218 

808*^ 

978«*, 978P« 



AMEBIGAN TABLE OF CASES. 



CCXIX 



BefennoM are to pages. 



Beardstown v, Yirginia 
Beasley v. People 
Beattie p. UiUUrd 
Beatty v. Clement 
-^ u. Lessee of Knowler 
Beck V. Beck 
Becker v. Holm 
Beckham v. State 
Beckman v. Beckmaa 
Bedford v. Flowers 
Bedingfield's Case 
Beeckman v. Montgomery 
Beemer r. Kerr 



276* 
267« 

4626 

21W 21H 

808» 

523 

688» 

808M 

808« 
89121 

654^ 
978*^ 



Beery p. U. 8. 5S&\ 588", 588W, 58828 
Beets 9. State 470^ 

Befay v. Wheeler 183", 391* 

Bell V. Brewster 1229«« 

V. Chambers 978»* 

V. Kendrick 52e, 858", 46384 

I'. Sute 21» 470^, 5881, 588», 9781' 

V. Woodman 808» 

BeUerille Sav. Bk. v. Bomman 808^? 



Belmont v. Morrill 
Belote V. State 
Ben V. State 
Benaway v. Conyne 
Benedict v. Flanigan 
— p. Rose 

V. State 

Benicia, &c. Works p. Estes 
Benjamin p. Ellinger's Adm. 

p. Shea 

Bennett p. State 
Benns p. State 
Benoist p. Darby 
Beotley p. Ward 
Benton p. Martin 
Berg c. Peterson 
Bergen p. People 
Bergman p. Shoudy 
Berliner p. Waterloo 
Bernard p. Walker 
Bemheim p. Dibrell 
Bench p. State 
Beuon p. Southard 
Bethea v. Byrd 



212, 21W 

588*1,5882* 

470» 

978", 978A« 

1229« 

2572 

622W 

80821 

18323 

276» 

2119, 257*', 6222* 

470* 

891W 

46318, 46321 

80826 

122927, 1229W 

588» 

9781, 9788 

2110 

808i« 

25718 

257" 

52* 

412*, 4129 



Beyerstedt p. Winona Mill Co. 8088, 8081? 
Bickel p. Fasig 91021 

Biddis p. James 117912 

Bierhaus p. W. U. Tel. Co. 52" 

Bigelow p. Chatterton 2V 

p. Wilson 8088 

Bigler v. Reyher 622i», 622i« 

Bignall, &c. Co. v. Pierce, &c Co. 808* 



Billingslea p. Smith 
Billingsley r. Hiles 
Binford p. Yoong 
Bingham p. Bernard 
Bmns p. State 
Hircli p. Ilale 
Bird's Case 

Birmingham p. McPoIand 
Bishop p. Jones 

r. Kesbict 

Bisseil r. Briggs 



9781 

1179* 

5541s 

257», 257» 808» 

470" 

978*8 

218 

978* 
21W 

4272 

117919 



BisseU p. Edwards 1179«>, 117921, 117923 
Bituminous, &c. Co. v. Fulton 2112 

Bixler's Adm. p. Parker 21i8 

Black V. Sharkey # 808» 

p. Ward 188*, 183* 

Blackburn p. Com. 588i, 6888, 97827 

p. Crawfordfl 427i, 427', 4278, 4682' 

r. State 470* 

Blackwell p. State 910*, 910", 910^ 91022 
Blade p. Noland 18326 
Bladen v. Wells 8062, 8088, 8O810, 808i« 
Blaur p. Madison Co. 39186 
p. Seaver 910", 91012, 91 0" 



Blake p. Damon 

p. Fash 

p. Hall 

Blanchard p. Child 

p. Young 

Bland p. Warren 
Blatz p. Uohrbach 
Bless p. Jenkins 
Blewitt p. Boorum 
Bliss p. Brainard 

I'. Johnson 

Blizzard p. Hayes 
Blocker p. Burness 
Bloom p. Cox, &c. Mfg. Co. 
Bloomington v. Shrock 
Blossom p. Griffin 
Blotcky p. Caplan 
Blount p. Kimpton 



391« 
35820 

8081 

39188 

2761, 2768 

4638 

2188 

18861 
80828,80827 

276« 
891*» 
2578* 
910i« 
622 
39182 
80828 
978*8 
6221* 



Board of Trustees t\ Misenheimer 122980 
Boardman p. Lessees of Reed 412* 

p. Westchester, &c Ins. Co. 36517 

0. Woodman 25727 

Bodwell p. Swan 2578» 

Body V. Jewson 183»i 

Boehringer v. Richards Medicine Co. 891*2 
Bolm Mfg. Co. p. Harrison 80827 



Bolds P. Woods 
Bolles p. Sachs 
Boiling p. Fannin 
Bonahan p. State 
Bondy p. Valois 
Bonelli p. Bowen 
Bonnell p. Maw ha 
Bonner p. Phillips 
Bonnet v. Glattfeldt 



3912 
80828 
46320 
58812 
622* 
978*7 
46312, 5548 
21« 
9781, 9782, 978* 



Bonsack Machine Co. p. Woodrum 8082, 

8088 
Booby p. State 6222* 

Bookman v. N. T. Elevated R. R. Co. 2188 



Boon p. State Ins. Co. 
p. Wethered's Adm. 



Bom p. Rosenow 

V. Weathered*s Adm. 

Bomheimer p. Baldwin 
Borum p. Fonts 
Bostick p. Rutherford 
Boston r. Richardson 

p. State 

Bottomley p. U. S. 
Boulden p. State 
Bowden p. Spellman 
Bowdle p. Ry. Co. 



18381 

25788, 267fi2 

978» 

257*8 

89129 

622* 

2578*, 25788 

4281 

21« 2121 

267" 

85812, 4708, 470" 

9788 

910» 



ccxx 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



Bowen v. Chase 

V, Humphreys 

— V. Jones 

V. Mo. Pac. R. R. 



Bowers v. State 
Bowersock v. Adams 
Bowman v. Hekla Fire Inf. Co. 

V. Sanborn 

Boyce v, Cheshire R. R. 
Boyd V. Ladson 
— p- V. State 

V. U. S. 

Boyle V. State 
Brabston t;. State 
Brackett v. People 
Bradberry v. State 
Bradford v. Barclay 
— — V. Floyd 
— — V. State 
Bradley v. Goodyear 
V, Kent 

— V. M'Intosh 
Bradshaw v. Combs 
Brady v. Cassidy 

— V. Page 

— V. State 

V. U. S. 

V. Wilson 

Bragg V. Colwell 
Brakefield v. State 
Branilette v. State 
Brancli v. Howard 

V. Texas Lumber Mfg. Co. 

V. Wilson 

Brand v. Brand 

Brandon Mfg. Co. v. Morse 

Brazier's Case 

Brennan v. Vogt 

Brent v. State 188«, 183^ 

Breton v. H. B. Claflin Co. 910^ 

Bretz V. Mayor, &c. of New York 21" 

Brewer v. Housatonic R. R. Co. 276^* 

V. Porch 97827 

Brice V. Miller 868^, 80828 

Briceland v. Com. 276^ 

Brick t;. Brick 808^ 

Bridger v. Ashville, &c. R. R. Co. 62^ 

62'*, 5216 
Bridges r. Hyatt 891M 

Briffltt V. Sute 2188 

Briggs V, Rafferty 978", 978" 

17. Georgia 463* 

». Hervey 183« 

w. U. S. 1229W 

V. Whipple 2112 

Brigham v. Palmer 1229" 

Bright V. Knight 8082' 

Brighthope R. R. v. Rogers 267** 

Britton V. Lorenz 622* 

Broad Street Hotel Co. v. Weaver's 

Adm. 21" 

Brobston v. Cahill 122982, 1229«« 

Brock V. Com. 470*, 470" 

V. Milligan 910", 910^2 

Brolley v. Lapham 978*<' 



4522 

80810 

1229** 

2110 

62218 

1179« 

117919 

122928 

25728 

463* 

91021 

257* 

470*, 47017 

470* 

21i» 

8912» 

978*T 
2187 

58826 

4686 

91016 

62220 

8087,80828 
80828 

21* 
62210 

58826 

427" 

1229*7 

470" 

6221 
8082* 

4276 
80828 
62218 

8081* 
9106 
2122 



to 

Bromage v. Rice 
Bronner v. Loomis 
Brooke v. Jordan 
Brooks t;. Acton 

V. Clay 

Broschart v, Tuttle 
Broughton v. Null 
Brown v. Bumu 

V. Com. 

V. Deacon 

V, Edson 

V. Foster 

i;. Griffith 

V. LazHrus 

V. Luelirs 

V. Mitchell 

i;. Mooers 

V. Morgan 

V. Payson 

1;. People 

V. Piper 

V. Prude 

1;. Sheppard 

State 



1229" 
1220" 

358W 3&811 

891* 

427* 

6542,55411 

808» 

mgsi 

4707, 47011 
808« 

in»» 

d65i» 

1179" 

427» 

267*» 

1179» 

257*7, 978^ 

808>> 

891« 

2186, 21*0, 21« 391« 

39l« 

391« 

47010, 5881, 688*, 688P, 

91021, 97816, 978", 978» 

463« 
35810, 6221. 978*6, 978», 

1229* 

V. Wright 62", 6218 

Browne v, Pliila. Bank 21* 

Browning v. Gosnell 978*^ 1229« 

Broyles r. State 564» 

Brubaker r. Taylor 978*1, 978*6, 978B 
Bruce u. PHest 267*» 

Brundred v. Del. Hoyo 1179* 

Bruson v. Clark 21*1, 21** 

Bryan v. Beckley 21*' 

V. Forsyth 1179« 

V. Wear 1179" 

Bryce Lorillard v. Ins. Co. 806** 



V. 



V. Williams 
V, Wood 



Bubster v. State 
Buchanan v. Moore 
Buckingham v. Roar 
Buckley v. Buckley 
Buckmaster v. Kelley 
Buddee v. Spangler 
Buell V. State 

V. Warner 

Buford V. Bostick 

V. Tucker 

Bulger u. Ross 
Bull t*. Com. 

V, Loveland 

Bullard v. Lambert 

V. Pearsall 

Bullinger v. People 
Bulman v. Andrews 
Bunnell v. Butler 
Burbank v. Dennis 
Burch V, Harrell 
Burdick v. Hunt 
Burgess v. Burgess 
Burgin v. Chenault 
Burk V. Andis 
Burke v. Delaney 



58816 

412* 

622«, 91012 

978* 

622" 

554* 

21** 

21" 

1179* 

2l» 

36822, 391«» 

4701* 

1229* 

978*» 

97827, 078*8, ©780 

97817, 97812 

622" 

2o7M 

978« 

858« 



1229» 

183W, 122921, 1229** 

9781* 

806^ 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 
Bef eraioM are to ftigBB. 



CCXXl 



Barke ^ Miller 078« 

V. Miltenberger 21« 

p. Ray 80810, 808" 

Bnrieaoii r. Collins 1179» 

V. Goodman 463^, 468B, 468>*, 664« 

Bariej r. Gerroan-Am. Bank 468^ 

Barlihgton, &c. Ry. Co. ». Dey 21" 



Burnett v. Henderson 

— r. Simpkins 
p. State 

— V. Thompson 
Burnham v. Aver 

V. Webster 

Barns r. Fay 
^— r. Kerr 
Borr r. Harper 
^— r. Kaie 

r. Sim 

Borreli v. Sute 
Burt r. State 
Bnrtoers v. Reran 
Burton v. Blin 

V. Driggs 

V. Morrow 

Bush r. Com. 

— V. Robinson 
Bastin r. Rogers 
Bnswell Trimmer Co. v. Case 
BnUer r. CoUins 

r. Com. 

V, Smith 

—  V. Watkins 
Butrick V. Tilton 
Bottrick V. Allen 
Butts r. Smartwood 
Bnxard v. McAnnlty 
Bjsss V. SalliTan 
Bjeis p. McMillan 



21» 

267» 

26r 

12291*, 1229W 

1220i», 1229«, 1228» 

21J0 

4a8« 

564() 
1229« 

858»* 
183»*, 183» 
267", 978" 
391« 891« 

808»i 

27612 

368i», 1179** 

808^ 

9101* 

808« 

403^ 

267« 

267i» 

688" 

806» 

267" 

42711 

11791* 

910" 

6641* 

1229» 

808i« 



i;. Wallace 42r», 427«, 427» 1179», 

117»* 
Byrd r. Campbell 808» 



CiBinss p. Holland 664^ 

Cabot p. Given d68i» 

Cadden p. Am. Steel Barge Co. 891** 

Cady p. State 688>i 

V. Walker 622* 

Cahap.U. S. 21* 
Csin p. State 21fl 688^, 68810, 688**, 688« 

------ 5228 

62210 
21W 

808i\808a 

11 79" 

866» 

122912 

21* 

8681* 

808* 

267«, 267« 

267«, 267" 

808W 



GOdwell p. DavU 
— - p. Melvedt 

p. Richmond R. R. 

Calhoun p. Richardson 

— V. Ross 
Cslkius r. Stete 
Call p. Dunning 
Cameron p. Bliuskman 
— ' ». Peck 

Camp p. Simmons 

— p. State 
Gsmpbell p. Bannister 
^— 9. Dearborn 



V. State 



866M. 470«, 470», 470", 
470", 688*, 910», 910« 



Campbell v. Woodstock Iron Ca 

Canneld p. Thompson 

Cantey v. Piatt 

Cantiffe v. Septor 

Card V. State 

Carder v. Primra 

Cargill V. Atwood 

Carman v. Dunham 

Cannon t;. State 

Cames v. Piatt 

Carpenter v. Dame 

^^ p. Dexter 

V. Wall 

V. Willey 

Carr r. Griffin 

p. Miner 

-^— V. Moore 

p. State 

Carrico i;. W. Va. &c. B. R. 
Carrington v. Hoiabird 
Carroll v. Norwood 

V. State 

Carskadden p. Poorman 
Carson p. Smith 
Carter v. Reals 
— r. Com. 

p. Doe 

p. Jackson 



1229» 

1179« 

1229» 

1229i'> 

267" 

978», 978*« 

463* 

463i» 
2188 

62211 

368" 

218, 21" 

978*» 

183«, 978»* 

664^ 

368» 

978*8 

391' 

3668 

91017 

1229»* 

978*a 

427" 

211 

891« 391** 

267» 

1229», 1229«, 1229a* 

1229** 

p. State 910*, 910», 910*, 910®, 910a*, 

978*8 
V. Tinicum Fishing Co. 



Cartier v. Troy Lumber Co. 
Carville v. Westford 
Cary p. State 
Casat V. State 
Case p. Case 

p. Mayor of Mobile 

p. McGee 

p. Perew 

p. Phoenix Bridge Co. 

Cassidy p. McFarland 

Castello p. Castello 

Castle p. Belard 

Castner v. Sliker 

Cates p. Kellogg 

Catlett V, Pacific Ins. Co. 

Cauiolle v. Ferrie 

Caulfield p. Hermann 

Cavender v. Guild 

Cawthom p. Haynes 

Cayuga, The 

Central, &c. Co. v. Gamble 

Central Land Co. &c. p. Calhonn 

Central R. R. v. AUmon 

Chadron p. Glover 

Chaffe V. Mackenzie 

Chaffee v. Taylor 



183*8, 4278 

183" 

978« 

21" 

391*1 

188*0, 808»i 

21" 

1179», 1179W 

2128, 21« 

808", 80817 

21« 

6221 

267", 267" 

391« 

664" 

1179^ 

188«a, 427«, 427" 

808" 

62" 

891*0 

SOS" 

21« 

21« 

978** 

36611 

6647 

1229"* 



Chaffee & Co. p. U. S. 468«, 46380, 45881, 

463«, 468** 
Chahoon v. Com. 622^ 

Chamberlain v. Bradley 1179*7, 1179*8 

V. Chamberlain 427», 427», 427li, 427" 

p. Enfield 267« 

p. Sands 978*' 

p. Smith 8087 



ccxxu 



AMKBICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



Bef( 






Chamberlain v. Torrence 
Chamberlin v. Ball 
Chambers v. Jones 
Chambless v. State 
Champion v. Mundaj 
Chandler v. Le Barron 
^— V. Von Boeder 



267» 257»^ 

808*, 1179M 

11794« 

978«» 

808» 

1229**, 1229« 

62^ 628 

21« 



Chanoine v. Fowler 
Chapin v. Dobson 8087, 808", 808i», 808», 

808» 



— - V. Lapham 

V. Marlborough 

Chaplain t;. Briscoe 
Chaplin v. Baker 
Chapman v. Brewer 
— V. Chapman 

V. Cooley 

V. Sutton 



078P 
89187 

1229*, 12297 

808" 

6212 

427», 42713, 427« 

267", 978M 

808W 



Charlotte v. Chouteau 52», 52^, 62", 62« 
Charter Oak Life Ins. Co. v. Gisbom 808* 
Chase v. Lowell 39V 

Chattanooga R. R. Co. v. Clowdis 391*» 
Cheatham v. State 636*, 636^ 

V. Young 11791* 

Cheeny v. Arnold 978« 

Cheever u. Brown 463^ 

V. Congdon 39iw 

V. Wilson 21»7 

Cheney v. Cheney 664® 

Cherokee Packet Co. v. Hilson 978^ 

Cherry i;. Baker 21^2 

Chesapeake Bank v. Swain 2\^ 

Chesapeake Ohio Canal Co. r. B. & O. 

Ry. Co. 218, 21W 2l*> 

Chester v. Wilhelm 9782» 

Chew V. Farmers' Bank 622*, 622" 

Chicago Lumbering Co. u. Hewitt 46Si7 
Chicago, &c. R. R. v. Artery 978*^, 978*« 

V. Becker 89ia* 

V. Cliampion 21«, 21» 

V. Coal & Iron Co. 978«* 



V. Ellis 

r. Griffith 

Chick V. Sisson 

Child V. Kingsbury 

Childs V. Merrill 

Chirac v. Reinicker 

Chisholm t'. Sheldon 

Choisser v. People 

Christian v. Columbus, &c. R. R. 

Christmas v, Russell 

Chumasero v. Gilbert 



6221 

978*8 

8912 

4128. 412» 

188», 6228, 622" 

622*, 62210, 62216 

1229«> 

18381 

978*7 

117919 

629 



Church ?;. Hubbart 21«, 1179«, 1179», 117916 
Church in Brattle Square ». BuUard 183» 
Churchill v. Fulliam 664® 

Churchman o. Smith 46328 

Cicero v. State 688* 

Cincinnati, &c. R. R. v, Qifford 21 1* 

V. Grames 212* 

City Bank of Macon v. Kent 8O8I1 

City Council of Montgomery v, Mont- 
gomery, &c. Plankroad 218* 
City of Alleghany v. Nelson 2l»* 
City of McPherson v, Nichols 21" 
City of St Louis v. Roche 2V^ 



211*, 21» 
fi2" 

8081 

276* 

654? 

»78« 

es» 

978" 

36d< 

622*1 

1229» 

6541 

80^^ 

808i» 

2762, 2768, 276", 412" 

18317, 1229M 

1179«« 



City of Winona v. Burke 
Clan ton v. Barnes 
Clapp V. Banking C<k 

V. Ellington 

u. Foster 

V. Peck 

u. State 

Clark 17. Bond 

V. Bradstreet 

V. Field 

V. Freeman 

V. Grand Trunk 

V. Haney 

V. Hay ward 

V. Hills 

V. Owens 

— - V. Perdue 

V. Sanderson 

r. State 

Clarke v. Bank 

1;. Canfield 

V. Courtney 

». Kelsey 

— - V. Magruder 
Clator V. Otto 
Clegg ». Levy 
Cleland v. Applegate 
Clem r. State 
Clemens v. Conrad 
Clement v. Cureton 

V. Packer 

Clements v. Hunt 

1;. Kyles 

V. McGinn 

— V. Moore 
Clemons v. State 
Cleveland v. Bumham 
Cleveland, ^c. R. R. v. Brown 

— V. Mara 

— i». Perkins 

V. Wynant 

Cliquot's Champagne 

Coale V. Hannibal, &c. R. R. 

Coan u. Flagg 

Coapstick v. Bosworth 

Coates V. Sulau 

Cobb V. Boston 

Cobleigh v. McBride 

^— V. Young 

Coder v. Stotts 

Codman v. Caldwell 

Cody V. Conly 

Coffin V. Bueknam 

V. Grand Kapids, &c. Co. 

V. Vin(*ent 



1229» 
470» 
11791* 
183» 
429 
806^ 
46381 
806> 
1179« 
46SB 
18^ 
97888. 978* 
21 
412«, 412« 
427* 
412* 4128, 41218 
9108 
2762, 276" 
688a 
808» 
S91» 
891« 
868" 
218» 
391" 
267* 
11798 
808* 
267*8. 267^« 
978*, 9788, 97818 
391* 
18881, i88«» 
368*8 
463> 
1229«,1229« 

46fi8 
27618 



978» 
Coffman v. Niagara, &c. Ins. Co. 368i8 
Cogswell V. DoUiver 4637, 4^3^ 



Cohen v. Cohen 
Coit V. Millikin 
Coker v. Hayes 

V. Scheiffer 

Colburn v. Groton 
Cole V. Cole 

V. Com. 

V, Dial 



267« 

212. 11798 

622*8, 978» 

9788* 

6648, 664W, 6881. 688*8 

664^ 62? 

267* 

468>,463^ 



AMEBIGAN TABLE OF GASES. 



CCXXIU 



Bef eranoM we to pagM. 



Cole V. Fall Brook Coal Co. 8667, 366^ 

p. Hadley 808« 

V, Howe 808T 

V, Lake Shore, &c. R. R. 188", 978*« 

V, State 47010 

ColegroTe v. N. T. &c. R. R. 62^ 



Coleman v. Com. 

p. Frazier 

p. People 

p. Soutliwick 

p. State 

Coleman's Case 
CoUagan p. Burna 
CoUette p. Weed 
Collier p. Coggins 

p. Simpson 

p. State 

Collins V. Corson 



527, 9ion, 9io» 

462', 462», 46210 

267» 

891» 

978*0, i229i«, 12291* 

910», 910* 

891«, 8918 

80816 

6647 

1229M 

4706 

808» 



p. N. Y. Central, &a R. R. 267* 

P. Robinson 622^ 

p. Stanfleld 808« 

p. Waters 391» 

Collins Bros. Drug Co. v. Graddy 46818 
Colqoitt p. State 891* 

Colton, &c. Co. r. Swartz 808^ 

Colambia Planing MiU Co. v. Ins. Co. 664? 
Columbia, &c. R. R. v, Hawthorne 62^ 
Colombos Omnibus Co. v. Semmea 218* 
Combs p. Com. 36812 

p. Winchester 978*«, 978", 978« 

Comer r. State 9W 

Commercial Bank p. Dunham 1229^ 

Commissioners v. Leggett 8918*, 89188 



V, Verbarg 
Com. r. Abbott 

— p. Anthes 

— p. Bean 

V. Billings 

V. Blood 

-^ p. Bonner 
-^ p. Borrough 

— p. Bosworth 

— p. Bradford 

— p. Brown 
- — p. Burke 

— p. Campbell 

p. Carey 

p. Casey 

— p. Chabbock 

p. Chaney 

- — p. Chase 
p. Choate 

— p. Churchill 

p. Clark 

- — r. Cleary 

— p. Coe 

— p. Cooper 
p. Corkin 

— p. Coy 

— p. Cuffee 

— p. CnWer 

p. Curtis 

 — r. Dam 

— p. Desmond 



6647 

267*2 

521, 628 

978*6 

97882 

188**, 868M 

97888 

688» 

685*, 685«, 6367 

6888 

588*. 688», 97817, 9782a 

91012 

267*. 6882 

47018, 9108, 9107, 9108 

4708 

4627 

978« 

686*. 1179*». 1179» 

218», 267«, 2767 

267*7 

6888,1229*8 

622* 

52«, 257», 1229**, 1229**, 

1229«» 
47012, 47018 

2678. 26720 

5881* 

688», 58818. 588W 

528, 588« 688«7, 688* 

978*« 
2188 
2120 



Com. r. Dowing 


117987 


p. Eastman 


1229**, 1229*^, 1229*» 


p. Eddy 


2768, 27618 


V. Emery 


36812 


p. Fenno 


218* 


p. Ferrigan 


26711, 26712 


V. Ferry 


2188 


V, Flood 


688W 


V, Follansbee 


97818 


V. Ford 


9788, 9788, 97810 


p. Funai 


6648 


p. Galligan 


978W 


p. Gay 


6541 


p. Goodnow 


978" 


p. Gray 


62« 


V. Griflin 


622* 


p. Hackett 


89110. 891W 891*2 


p. HaU 


26711 


V. Haney 


4708, 470S 


^— p. Hanlon 


68812 


V. Hardy 


26729 


V. Hawkins 


978*8 


p. Hay den 


1179**, 1179*» 


p. Heath * 


2761* 


p. Hill 


218» 




2578, 636^ 


p. Hourigan 


978** 




68812 


V. Hudson 


9782T 


p. Hutchinson 


910*, 9108 


V. Jackson 


25718 


p. James 


58828,97828 


— p. Jeffriea 


183« 


p. Jeffs 


97810 


p. Johnson 


257*, 68828 


p. Keith 


910a 


V. Kendall 


26788 


— p. Kenney 


688* 


p. King 


2184 


p. Kipling 


636* 


p. Knapp 


58811, 58821 


p. Kneeland 


2128 


p. Trawler 


26788, 267»« 


p. Lynes 528 52?, 9108, 9107, 9108, 


p. Marzynski 


2128, 21*7 


u. Matthews 


4700, 47017, 470*1 


p. McGorty 


18820 


p. McGrath 


18880 


p. McKie 


2768 


— p. McManus 


621 


p. Merriam 


2678 


p. Minor 


2761* 




97&'»7 




97888 


p. MTike 


89110, 39119, 39142 


p. Mullins 


627 


— p. Murphy 


267*7, 91020 


p. Myers 


5881*, 58818, 58817 


— ^ p. Nagle 
p. NeifuB 


26782 


122928, 1229», 1229« 


V. Nott 


6881* 


p. O'Brien 


26720 


p. Peckham 


2118 


p. Phillina 


117988 



CCXXIV 



AMERICAN TABLE OP CASES. 
BataroncM «ra to pagei. 



V. Robinson 
V. Russell 
V. Ryan 
V. Samael 
V. Sanborn 
I?. Scott 
V. Sego 
V. Shepherd 
17. Silcox 



Com. V. Pollard 636^ 

V, Pope 868* 

17. Porter 62* 

1;. Reynolds 588" 

V. Roberts 891« 470W, 470l«, 470^, 

470" 
527 267". 267" 267» 

688» 

267« 

276» 

588^ 

267«, 365i« 

68814,68827 

6225» 
470^ 
V, Smith 688" 688i", 688M, 91012, 

978« 

V. Sturtivant 89l« 

V. Sullivan 978». 978*0 

u. Thompson 18887, 479^, 47910, 978" 

1;. Towle 2706 

V. Trefethen 688*, 688* 

V. Vose 891« 

V. Webster 267«>, 80bi«, 806« 1229«i 

V. Welch 858* 

V. Welsh 9782' 

V. Wentz 622M 

V. Wheeler 2121 

V. White 26710 

V. Whittaker 1832» 

V. WLlliams 62^ 

Commissioners v. May 21*2 

Comparet 1;. Jemegan 117912 

Comstock V. Hadlyme Ecclesiastical 
Society 276s 2761*, 891*o 

V. Smith 218*, 978*1 

V. State 891W 

Condit V. BUckwell 62^ 

Confederation Life Ass'n of Canada 

V. O'Donnell 452* 

Congar v. Chicago, &c. R R. 9788«, 978" 
Congdon v. Howe Scale Co. 868* 

Conkey v. People 257", 257*2 

Connell v. Vanderwerken 8O8I1 

Conner v. State 212a 

Conn. ». Mead 0222» 

V. Penn. 4128 

Conn. &c. Ins. Co. v. Schwenk 46828 

V. Smith 18827 

Conrad v, Griffey 978*0 

Consaul v. Sheldon 8682«, 978", 978» 
Consequa v. Willings 1179io 

Conway i*. State 564«, 978«i 

Conwell V. Springfield, &c. R. R. 808'« 
Conyers v. State 276« 

Cook V. Ashmead 4681'' 

V, Brown 978*8 

V. First Nat. Bank 1229« 

V. Grange 6222 

V, State 58812, 078i», 978i«, 978W, 

97824 

V. Union R. R. Co. 52* 

V.Wood 1179»* 

Cooke V. Woodrow 12291^ 122918 

Coon V. People 9782« 



Coon r. Swan 
Coonrod v. Madden 
Cooper V. Dedrick 

— V, Morrell 

— V. State 
Copes V. Pearce 
Cornelius v. Com. 
Comett V. Williams 
Cornwall v. State 
Corse V. Peck 
Corsen u. Dubois 
Corser v. Paul 



9& 

183P« 

463tt 

9781, 978» 

4271 
97gtt 

358M, 1179tt 

588" 

8062, 808> 

654*, 554», 564^ 5M» 



Cortland Mfg. Co. v, Piatt 9T8» 

Costelo V. Crowell 267», 463«', 1229**, 

1229» 
Couch V. Woodruff 
Coulter V. Am. &c. Ex. Co. 
Count Joannes v. Bennett 
Countryman r. Bunker 
County of Johnson v. Wood 
CoYeney v. Tannaliill 
Covert V. Hertzog 



8081T 
97827, 978^ 

468»,463U 

806^ 

622^ 
4271B 



CoTlngton Drawbridge Co. v. Shep- 



herd 
Cowan V. Abbott 

r. Sapp 

Cow den v. Rej-nolds 
Cowley V. People 
Cox V. Eayres 

r. Jones 

^— V. Morrow 

f. People 

V. Peterson 

r. Rust 

V. State 



211*, 183» 

8080 

808» 

978« 

21« 

97828, 978», 978» 

1179^ 

218, 21», 622, 6210. 6212 

688» 

808U 

1179» 



8911, 3918^ 3918^ 891**, 

4121* 



Cozzens v. Higgins 
Crafts V. Com. 
Craig V. Brown 

V. Proctor 

V. State 

Cramer v. Burlington 



2l« 

^S5fi, 6857. 978P 

117912, 117»» 

276» 

257*«, 257«2, 891J* 

622» 



Crane v. Elizabeth Library Ass'n 808^ 

— 183^ 

4271, 427W 

1179« 

188» 

1229« 

463« 

622«, 62211, 1229^ 

6281 

808» 

188» 

622» 

622*, 622M 

891«i 



V, Lessee of Morris 
Craufurd v. Blackburn 
Crawford v. Branch Bank 

V. Elliott 

Cresswell v. Jackson 
Creswell v. Slack 
Crosby v. Berger 
Crose V. Rutlsdge 
Crosman v. Fuller 
Cross V. Bell 

V. Cross 

V. Riggins 

Crouch v. Eveleth 
Crouse v. Hoi man 
Crow V. Watkins 
Crowe V. Colbeth 
Crowninshield u. Crowninshield 

Crozer v. New Chester Water Co. 

Crump t'. Com. 
Crusen r. State 



188" 
808* 
5541 
276», 
2761* 
858», 
868^ 
4701 
6S5> 



AMERICAN TABLE OF GASES. 



CCXXV 



BefttenoM are to pages. 



Cratcber r. Muir 80819 

CrysUl Ice Mfg. Co. v. San Antonio 

Ast'n 978* 

Cuddj r. Brown 427*, 4279, 4277 

Cudney r. Cudnej 391*o 

Callmans r. Lindsay 806^ 

Culver r. Marks 468», 463W 

p. Scott, &c. Lumber Co. 978* 

Cumberland, &c. Ins. Co. v. Giltinan 36817, 

868« 
Cnmberiand, &c. R. R. Co. v. Man- 



gans 
Commuigs p. Nicbols 

p. Stone 

Canliffe p. Sefton 
Cunningham p. State 
Corren r. Crawford 
Currie r. Stairs 
Currier p. Gale 
Currj p. Raymond 
Curtis p. AaroDson 

p. State 

p. Strong 

Curtiss p. State 



52* 

463" 

21« 

1229i«. 1229W 

267« 267« 

4681, 46»2» 

4278 

188«, 452«, 4629 

1179«« 

4122, 412P 

2677 

91011, 910" 

910* 



Gushing p. Nantasket Beach R. R. 1 179* 

P.Rice 80821 

Custeau v. St. Louis, &c. Co. 808> 

Cutter p. Caruthera 21^2 

p. Sute 1886 

CuTillier r. Browne 654i* 

Cujler p. FerrUl 21» 



Dautbt p. Mitchell 


910i« 


Dade p. ^tna Ins. Ca 


86818 


Btggett r. Shaw 


412«, 4127 


r. Willey 

Daily p. N. Y. &c. R. R. 


41211 


470« 


r. Stale 


21« 



Dikota p. O'Hare 12290. 1229", 1229" 
Dtnforth p. Tenn,, &c. R. R. 3689 

Dsnteli p. Woonsocket 654^, 5549 

DaiiTiUe, &c. Plank-Road Co. v. 

Sute 211* 

Darbj p. Roberts 183^, 554? 

Darling p. Hitchcock 219 

Danow p. Pieroe 3589 

DsTenport v. Cummings 2i 

— p. McKee 9781, 978*, 9781* 

— p. Ogg 9781T, 978", 978« 978"* 
DsTidson p. Arsineau 978^1 

— p. Nicholson 276ii 

— p. Petlcolaa 21« 

— r. State 910», 9107. 910« 
■"— p. Young 
Dane p. Briggs 
Dafis p. Alston 

— p. Bank of Fulton 

— p. Best 

p. Byrd 

 — p. Canada Farmers' Mut. Ins. 

Ca 9101', 910i« 

— p. Cook 978» 

— p. Crookston, Ac. Co. 808« 

— p. Dunham 1229* 



808«> 

183" 

12297, 122919 

2119 

2119 

97819 



Davis V. Franke 
— - V. Fredericks 
— - V. Hopkins 

V. McEnaney 

— - p. McSherry 

p. Pearson 

p. Rhodes 

V. Roby 

V. Sanford 

V. Sigoumey 

p. State 



Dawson v. Dawson 

p. Mayall 

Day V. Cooley 

p. De Cousse 

p. Moore 

V. Stickney 

Deacon v. Schreve 

Dean v. Stone 

De Arman p. State 

De Baker p. So. Cal. R. R. 

Dreary i». Poirier 

De Cells p. U. S. 



267» 257*9 

122999 

80819 

2199 

80899 

1229", 12299* 
1179*9, 11794s 

978^9 
463*, 4689, 4637, 46318 

86899 
86829, 89199, 97829, 9784* 



2199 

4271 

978«i 

21*9 

117999, 1179*0 

978*9 

6229* 

117999 

267*9 
219* 

978*9 
2191 



De Haven v. De Haven 427i, 4279, 427", 

427", 97899, 97899 
De Jamette p. McDaniel 18390 

Delafield p. Hand 219, 117916 

Delano v. Jopling 219 

De la Rosa p. State 21 19 

De Lavalette v. Wendt 80899 

Delaware, &c. R. R. v. Converse 529 

Demerritt v. Randall 8669, 3058 

Derooney v. Walker 39199 

Dempsey r. Kipp 8O6I 

Den V. McAllister 86819 

Denmark, Griswold v. pitcaim 219 

Dennett v. Dow 97897, 97332 

Denning p. Roome 11791* 

Dennis p. Weekes 391*o 

Dennison v. Miner 5541* 

Denton v. Peters 80899 

V. State 8919S 

Denver, &c. R. R. ». Wilson 6549, 978io 
Denver Tramway Co. r. Owens 622 1* 
Derk v. Northern Central R. R. 07898 
Deshon p. Merchants' Ins. Co. 97899 

Des Moines Savings Bank v. Col- 
fax Hotel Co. 554* 
Despau r. Swindler 219* 
Detroit, &c. R. R. p. Van Stein- 
burg 52*, 97899 
Denser p. Hamilton 622ii 
Devine v. Burleson 2192 
Devlin p. Crocker 978«« 
Devoto p. Com. 257io 
Dewees p. Colorado Co. 2119 
DeWolf p. Strader 6229 
Diamond p. Northern, &c. R. R. 2679* 
Dicken p. Winters 46«19, 46394 
Dickerson r. State 5889. 588U 
Dickinson v. Glenney 808« 
Dickson p. Waldron 910"* 
Diehl p. Rodgers 910-^ 
Dietrich r, Mitchell 622^ 
Diggins' Estate, In re 122999 






CCXXVl 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



BfSfennoM no to 



Dillard v. Scrug^ 
DilliDgham v. Snow 
Dillon V. Howe 
— V, Mattox 
Dimick r. Downs 
Dinckler t;. Baer 
Dismukes v. State 
Ditch V. VoUhardt 
Diyision of Howard Co. 
Dixon V. NiccoUs 
p. State 



391« 
41210 

8681S 
267« 

8919 

80610 
218 

2129 

470», 470" 



Dixon- Woods Co. v. PhilllM Glass 

Co, 8082 

Dobbins v. Blanchard 808^ 

Dobson V. Cothran 978« 

Doctor Leyfield's Case 868? 



Dodge i;. Kiene 

V. State 

Doe V. Benyon 

— V. Blackman 

— V. Eslaya 

V. Ford 

V. Newton 



80817 

636? 

122922 

212D 

21« 

891»o 

1229», 1229«>, 1229«i, 

1229«, 1229» 

978*» 



— V. Reagan 

V. Suckermore 

V. Wilson 

Doe d. Arnold v. Auldjo 
Doe d. Dunlap v. Servos 
Doe d. Hagerman v. Strong 
Doe d. Maclem v, Tumbull 
Doe d. Perry v. Newton 
Doherty v. Hill 
Dole V. Wilson 
Doles V. State 
Dolph V. Barney 
Donalioo v. Scott 
Donkle t-. Kohn 
Donnelly v. State 891**, 4701*, 470i«, 978", 

978» 
Doolin V. Com. 4701^ 

Doon V. Donaher 12291 

V, Ravey 65412 

Dorr V. Tremont Bank 276i* 

Dorsey v. Clapp 267W 

Doty V. Smith 46812 

Doud V. Reid 1229" 

Dougherty v. McManus 391* 



1229«i 
122967 

427«. 427" 

427« 

188* 

1229« 

1229«» 

808^ 
218 

891« 

218 

978*» 
9101* 



Douglas V. Leighton 
Douglass V. Hart 

V. Mitchell 

Douthitt V. Stinson 

Dow V. Tuttle 

Dowd w. Watson 

Dowlen v. State 

Downer v. Rowell 

Dowtain v. Conneltee 

Doyle V. Village of Bradford 21", 2120 

Drake v. Glover 62i« 

V. State 366», 89iw. 4706 

Draper v. Draper 9106. giQe^ 9197 

V. Inhabitants of Hatfield 6547. 

654W, 55411 
Drew V. Sutton 891» 

DriscoU V, People 8917 



978« 

46819 

18821 

2182 

808* 

183»* 

891" 

978", 97812 

891» 



Drolm r. Brewer 
Drunimond v. Hopper 
Drumright 9. State 
Dubois p. Baker 

». Fanteaux 

Docker v. Whitson 
Dackwall v. Weaver 
Ducoign V, Shreppel 
Dudley v, Grayson 
— V. McCluei: 

V, Sumner 

Duffy r. People 



Duke of Cumberland v. Grmyes 



978» 

183» 

688< 

886^,1229" 
21U 

978» 

978», 1229» 

46St 

1179a 

257» 

1229» 

621, 58^^ 588B 



Dumas v. State 
Dunbar v, Marden 

». U. S. 

Duncan v. Beard 

— r. Freeman 
Dunham v. Riley 
Dunlap V. Daugherty 

». Waldo 

Dunn V. Altman 



183". 

188» 

470i«, 470tt 

1229", I229M 

368» 

188» 1229», 12290, 

122922,1229* 

1179» 

122g» 

1178* 

1179* 

978« 



V. State 866», 891*7, 891*«, 470*. 688» 

Dunnell v. Sowden 1229^ 

Du Pont ». Davis 427< 

Dupoyster v. Gagani 427*, 427i> 



Duree v. Brown 

Duren v. Houston, &c. R. Co. 

Durfee v. Abbott 

Durgln V. Danville 

Durkee v. Leland 

17. Vt. Central R. R. 

Durkheimer v. Heilner 

Durkin v. Cobleigh 

Durr V. Chase 

Dutillet V. Blanchard 

Dutton V. Woodman 

Dwelling, &c. Ins. Co. v, Sbaner 809 

Dwelly V. Dwellr 910", 910» 

Dyer v, Fredericks 858* 

V, Last 21* 

V. Morris 978» 



21« 

2l» 

463" 

188* 

1229* 

358>» 

468U 

808»,806« 

808» 

1179* 

978« 



Eaoan v. State 
Eagle V. Emmet 
Fames v. Fames 
Earl V. Tupper 
Earle v. Earle 

V, Rice 

Early v. Com. 

Eason v. Cliapman 

East Brandy wine, &c. R. R. o. 

Easterday r. Eilhorn 

East Line, &c. R. R v, Scott 

Eastman v, Martin 

». Moulton 

— ». Railway Co. 

V. Roland 

V. Shaw 

East Tennessee, &4^ R. R. 0. 

w. Stewart 

Eastwood V. People 
Eaton V, Hall 



21« 

183««,18S« 

188» 

S91» 

891" 

806'' 

6881* 688" 

267«*, 257» 

Ranck 564* 

91012, 910» 

267». 257« 

427«,427« 

463^ 

65ii« 

806" 

806" 

470" 

276* 

d65tf 

1179« 



Maloy 



AMERICAN TABLE OF GASES. 



CCXXVU 



BalamuMi «ra to pagM. 



Eaton V. Jem« 1229» 

u, Talmadge 427*, 427", 427" 

Ebenole v. liankin 622> 

Ebora r. Zimpelman 8582«, 1229«^ 1229^ 
£b7 V. Wintera li79«> 

Eckel V. Eckel 183» 

Ecker r. First Nat Bank of Windsor 21» 
Eckerij V. Alcorn 188^ 

Eckford o. Berry 808^ 

Ector V. Welsh 664* 

Eddy r. Gray 866» 

Edelen v. Gough 1239»T, 1229^ 

Edes r. Boardman 62' 

Edirards v. Common Council 366» 

r. Jones 1179=» 

V. Ottawa R. NaT. Co. 267» 

r San Jose, &c. Co. 21» 

V. Warner 267^ 

Eel River Draining Ass'n v. Topp 21i« 
Ehle, Etute of 276> 

Ehriaman v. Scott 978", 978" 

Eiland r. State 688? 

Silert r. Green Bay, fta B. B. 62? 

Eisenlord v. Clam 



Eldridge p. Knott 

p. State 

Klkins V. McKean 
EUicott V. Pearl 
EOiott p. Djcke 

— p. Peirsol 

— p. Van Buren 
Ellis p. Hoff 

V, Park 

— p. Reddin 

— p. Smith 

p. State 

Ellis's Estate, In re 
EUmaker r. Buckley 

— p. Franklin Ins. Co. 
Ellmore p. Mills 
EUsirorth p. Potter 
Elmer r. Fessenden 
Elmoodorff p. Carmichael 
Klofrson v, Lindsay 
Ebenrath v. Kallmeyer 
ElweU p. Mersick 

p. Walker 

Elwood p. Flanni^an 
Emery p. Berry 

p. Twombly 

Eamett p. Penoyer 



427», 427" 

183** 

2677 

891* 

412», 97827 

436» 

4271, 427" 

868*, 868^, S91*<^ 

1179" 

21» 

2l» 

1229" 

620 

1179» 

978**, 978«» 

808* 

1179" 

978" 

34l« 

1229» 

808-» 

1229«i 

868" 

3682« 

21", 21" 

1179" 

1229", 1229" 

8081,8087 

276»* 

1229*» 



Emroons p. Hay wud 

Empire Mfg. Co. v. Stuart 

wnpire State Phosphate Co. v. Heller 808* 
Eodailj p. Sute 267" 

Enders p. McDonald 21*« 

Enfield p. EUlngton 1179*, 1179" 

En jliih p. Spragne 1 1 79»» 

Emiis P. Smith 62*, 62", 868**, 11798, 

, , 117910 

Rnilow p. Mitchell 1229« 

Enterprise Soap Works v. Sayers 622 
Ephland p. Mo. Pac. Ry. Co. 978« 

Equitable, &c. Ass'n p. McClaskey 8912*, 

391** 



Erickson v. Brookings Ca 808" 

V. R. R. Co. 022* 

Erie R. R. v. Heath 1229* 

Erissman v. Erissman 0781*, 978** 

Eskridge p. Cincinnati, &c. B. R. 267* 

V, State 688" 

Estell p. State 891** 

Estrella, The 1179" 

Ethier v. Homier 6221^, 622" 

Etna p. Brewer 391* 

Et linger v. Com. 664^ 

Eureka Springs R'y v. Timmons 62" 

21* 
910" 



Evans v. Browne 

p. Evans 

p. Hettich 

p. Koons 

V. Montgomery 

V. State 

Evansich v. R. R. 
Evanston v. Gunn 
Evarts v. Middlebury 
Ewing p. Bailey 

V. Sandoval, &c. Co. 

r. Smitti 



910» 

267* 

654* 

4701^ 686*, 636* 

267*9, 978«» 

11791 

366* 

910", 910", 910" 

808» 

808*1 



Fabtan p. Russell 
Faires v. Cockrill 
Fairly v. Fairly 



21** 

808** 

18S1T, ©7828, 978*, 

1229*1, 1229**, 1229** 

Falke p. Fassett 808* 

Fanchcr p. l)e Montegre 21" 

Farmers' Bank p. Whitehill 468** 

Farrar u. Bates 21** 

Farrow p. Nashville, &c. R. R. 1179** 

Farwell v. Tyler 218* 

Fash p. Blake 1229** 

Faucet r. Nichols 267^ 

Faulkner v. Rondoni 978** 

Fauntleroy v, Hannibal 21" 
Faxon v. Hollis 488", 463^*, 468" 

Fay V. Gray 808* 

p. Harlan 391** 

p. Miville 21** 

Featherman p. Miller 858* 



Fee V. Taylor 
Feemster p. Ringo 
FeU V. Young 
Felsenthal v. State 
Felt V. Amidon 
Feltz p. Walker 
Fenno v, Weston 
Fenton v. Miller 
— - p. State 
Ferdinand v. State 
Ferguson p. Harwood 

p. McRean 

p. Rafferty 

Feron v. Donelly 
Field p. Boynton 
Fields V, State 



1220M 

21« 

1881', 1229** 

267** 

391* 

80821 

664* 

1179*7 

21** 

21** 

1179**, 1179**, 

1179** 

622^ 

808** 

11791 

4521 

2ia 

Fife ». Com . 276«, 276^ 688", 688«>, 688** 
FIfleld p. Richardson 891* 

File V. Spnngel 3o8-i 

Finch 9. Alston 183** 



ccxxviu 



AMEBICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



BefereooM are to pages. 
9781, 978* 

80811 

808^,80823 

808W 

8081 



Finch t;. Barclay 
Finnegan v. Dagan 
Fire Asso'n t;. Wickliam 
Fire Id9. Co. v. Wickham 
First Nat Bank v, Aslimead 

V. Dunn 

V. First Nat. B*k of Williams- 
port U781, 9782 

r. Huber 468» 

u. Kingsley 2l» 

V. Post 808» 

Fischer Leaf Co. v, Whipple 891* 

Fisher v. Conway 267** 

V. Mayor 4682e 

V, UUman 1179* 

Fitch V, Chapman 462* 

Fitzgerald v. Fitzgerald, &c. Con- 



Fowler v. Simpson 






427« 


V. Stirling 






8U8i» 


Fowies V. Allen 




5547 


,6&4» 


Fox V. Com. 






21» 


V. Peninsular, &c. 


Works 




891" 



Btruction Co. 
Fitzgibbon o. Brown 
Fitzpatrick v. Fitzpatrick 
Flagg r. Mason 
Flanagin v. State 
Flanders v. Merritt 
Flanigin v. Washington Ins. Co. 
Flattery v. Flattery 
Fleming v. Springfield 
. V. Yost 
Fletcher v. Boston & Midne R. R 

V. Fitchburg R. R 

V. Fuller 

^— V. Perry 

V, State 

Flower v. Balto. &c. R. R. 
Flowers v, Fletcher 
Floyd V. Tewksbury 
Floyd's Heirs v. Johnson 
Flynn v. Coffee 
Folks V. Burnett 
Foliain v. Lefevre 
FoUansbee ». Walker 
Folsom V. Cook 
— V. Manchester 
Fonda v. Burton 
Foot V. Bentley 
Foote V. Cobb 
Forbush v. Goodwin 
Force v. Martin 
Ford V. Cunningham 

V. Ford 

r. State 

Fordyce v. McCants 
Forgey v. First Natl Bank 
Forrester i'. State 
Forsyth v. Cliarlebois 
Foscue r. Lyon 
Foster, In re 

V. Cleveland, &c. R. R. 

V. Collner 

V. Hall 

V. Neilson 

V. Newbrough 

Fougne r. Burgess 

Foumel v. Duvert 

Fouts V. State 

Fowler v. ^tna Fire Ins. Co. 



52" 

267W 

978i», 97811 

4127, 412» 

910*, 910« 

188n 

218 

636* 
891W 
46810 
978« 
62* 
1884* 
1229T 

6881 

866" 

1229« 

4282 

21» 

18387 

891**, 891« 
21« 

622», 910" 

183*» 

622« 

8081 

8588 

122916 

8081 

97881 

858" 

257«, 257*0 

978«» 

8913* 

1229*8 

891» 

622* 

2180 

97881 

85821 

1229*8 

622*,622« 

21* 

80810 

891» 

1229*8 

5881* 

25727 



r. Reil 12298, 12297, 1229" 

Fralick v. Presley 978« 

Framiiigham Mfg. Co. v. Barnard 45? 
Franklin v. Franklin 2572, g7gtf 

Franklin Bank v. Steam Net. Co. 9T8*» 
Fraser v. Fraser 9787, 978» 

V. State 588» 

V. Sutherland 622* 

Frazier v. Pennsylvania R. R. 257«», 267** 



V. State 
Frear v. Drinker 
Freeh v. Phil. &c. R. R. 
Fredrick r. State 
Free v. Buckingham 
Freeman v. Bass 

V. Brewster 

V. Thayer 

Freeny i'. Freeny 

Fremont Butter, &c. Co. r. Peters 

Fremoult v. Dedin 

French v. Kyan 

V. Sale 

V. White 

V. Wilkinson 

Frese w. State 
Frick V. Barbour 
Friend v. Hamill 

V. Miller 

I'. Smith Gin Co. 

Friendly v, Lee 
Frlnk & Co. v. Coe 
Fritz 17. Burriss 
Frome v. Dennis 
Frost r. McCarger 
Frye v. Barker 
Fudge r. Payne 
Fulkerson v. Murdock 
Fuller r. Fox 

V, Hampton 

V. Linzee 

Fulton V. Central Bank of Pittsburg 978", 

978» 
Fulton Bank v. Stafford 978*' 

Funderburg v. State 257« 

Funk 17. Babbitt 978» 

V. Ely 48S« 

Furbush v, Goodwin 808^ 

Furguson v. Wright 188i 

Furhman v. Mayor, ftc. of Hontsville 21i* 

6., C, & S. F. R't Co. r. Jones 808^ 

Gady v. State 21« 

Gaffnev v. People 978" 

Gage v\ Campbell 858» 

— - V. Lewis 806fl 

Gaines o. Green Pond Iron Mining 

Co. «S 

r. New Orleant 427» 

V. Relf 891*1 

17. Scott 1229» 



978" 
9101' 
27fi» 
688« 
978« 

808^ 

622» 
183* 

910* 
978** 
1179* 
257» 
257», 267*8 
26711 

865^ 

21» 

183" 

257J2 

11791* 1179" 

188« 

978* 
8919, 39i« 

9781 

391* 
257«, 978» 

4631 
808» 

183» 

1229** 

55410, 664M 

188*2 



AMEBICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



CCXXIX 



R«f erencM •!• to pagM. 



GalUgher r. Market St R. R. 

p. SUte 

Galle V. Tode 

GtWeston, &c. R. R. v. Arispe 

V. JohnsoD 

Galvin v. Palmer 
Gammage v. Moore 
Ganahl r. Shore 
Gandolfo v. State 
GannoD p. People 
GantoQ P, Size 



39l« 

21ia 

622W 

3yi» 

21»* 
11797 
80ff« 

4638 
257W, 267", 267*« 

622* 

4624 



267", 5646 

1179« 

391« 

36&i», 365» 

21" 

183W, isa*? 

211B 

276" 



Garden City Sand Co. p. Miller 1179^^1 
Gardere p. Columbian Ins. Co. 1179^<^ 

Gardiner v. People 866*>, 366^ 

Gardner p. Collector 21^0 

r. Connelly 978», 978» 

p. Crenshaw 267^ 

p. Eberhart 2ia 868« 

p. Frieze 8918» 

p. Kellogg 391« 9105 

V. Lewis 62^^ 

Garoeaa v. Port Blakelj MiU Co. 1179» 
Garner p. Myrick 654i' 

Garrard r. State 688», 588», 688» 

Garrella p. Alexander 1229<^ 

Garrett v. Sute 
Garrigues p. Harris 
Garrison p. Goodale 
Garrin p. State 

p. Wells 

Garwood p. Hastings 

Gates p. Johnson Co. 

Gaal p. Fleming 

Gaunt p. Harkuesa 1229*. 1229*5, i229*7 

p. State 365*. 3666 

GaTit p. Snowhill 11792^ 

Gay p. Rogers 1179». 1 179« 1179*i 

Gaynor p. Old Colony R. R. Co. 62' 

Gebb p. Howell 808«» 

Gebhart p. Shindle 910^^ 

Gehr p. Fisher 427^ 

Geist p. Detroit City Ry. 2l» 

Gelott p. Goodapeed 12291* 

George v. Joy 9781, 9734, 9788, 978» 

Georgia, &c. Co. p. Reid 808^* 

GeorgU, &c. R. R. p. Gaines 21^0 

German Nat. Bank p. Burns 18360 

p. Leonard 463*, 664^ 

Gerrish p. Sweeter 
Gibbons p. Ellis 

— p. Wisconsin, &c. R. R. 
Gibbs p. Gilead, &c. Society 
Gibney p. Marchay 
Gibson p. Manuf 'ra' Ina. Co. 

p. Robinson 

p. Stevens 

p. Trowbridge Famitmre Co. 1229»2, 

22296B 

Giddings p. Pay 183«« 

Gilbert p. Campbell 622i« 

p. Flint. &c. R. R. 21" 

p. Gooderharo 978^* 

r. Moline Plow Co. 368» 

— p. Moline Water Power & Mfg. 

Ca 21» 



664», 664" 

80828 

26726 

622 

6646 

6216 

117928 

216 



Gilbert ». Porter 463n 

Gilchrist p. Beswick 8O8I* 

p. Brooklyn Grocers' Manuf. 

Assoc. ' 46318 

— p. Martin 462* 
Gilchrist & King v. Martin & West 4627 



Giles V. Morrow 
— p. Vandiver 
Gill V. State 
Gilliam p. State 
Gilliland p. Sellers 
Gilman p. Riopelle 
Gilmanton r. Ham 
Gilmore v. Baker Ca 
Gilpin p. Greene 
Gilpins V. Consequa 
Ginnath v. Blankenship 
Girdlestone p. O'ReUly 
Gizler p. Witzel 
Gladdish p. Godchaux 
Glass V. Bennett 
Glasscock p. Hughes 
Gleason p. Kinney 
Gleeson v. Wallace 
Glen Brick Co. p. Shackell 
Glenn v. Roosevelt 



Glenn's AdmV v. Express Co. 
Glidden p. Dunlap 
Globo Works v. Wright 



183»* 

6646 

910», 910a* 

257<« 
21W 21a 

11796 

366* 

1179" 

808« 

808« 

522 

218 

2761 

808* 

3918 

18317, 12292* 

463i« 

122927, 1229*2 

36822 

1229*2, 1229» 



117928 

2* 

622 



Goddard p. Gardner 
Goins p. Moberly 
Golden p. Knowles 
Goldsmith p. Picard 

p. Sawyer 

Goldstone p. Davidson 
Goltra p. Sanasack 
Gonzales v, Ross 
Gooch p. Connor 
Goodall V. State 
Goodo y. Riley 
Gooding p. Morgan 
Goodman p. James 
Goodnow p. Parsons 
Goodrich p. Weston 
Goodrich's Case 
Goodrum p. State 
Goodwin p. Appleton 

p. Garr 

p. Jack 

p. State 

Goodwin, &c. Co/s Appeal 
Goodwyn v. Goodwyn 
Goodyear p. Vosbnrgh 



622", 62216, 622" 

978*» 

628 

26729, 808» 

216 

117986 

80826 

2124, 21«i 

8088 

47018, 978*4 

8082i 

218, 2120^ 2121, 2122 
117928 

6641, 5541a 

86816 

117922 

6221 
2120 

1832* 
4282 

68826 

6226 

11792i> 

122960, 1229M 



Goodyear Rubber Co. r. Scott Co. 9786* 

Gordon p. Montgomery 21i* 

p. Parke & Co. 808" 

p. Price 12298T 

— V. Searing 86812 

p. Tweedy 2188 

Gordon's Case 122962 

Gorgas p. Hertz 358" 

Gorham p. Auerswald 6647 

p. Canton 391*2, 891*« 

p. Gorham 22 

Gormley p. Day 21" 



ccxxx 



Gormley o. Uthe 
G088 c. Fromau 
Gould V. Crawford 
V. Ins. Co. 

— V. McCartj 

V. Smith 

Gove V. Downer 
Governor u, Roberts 
Guza V. Browning 
Grace v. McArtliur 
Gragg V. Learned 
Graham v. Anderson 

V. Campbell 

V. Chrystal 

V. Nesmiih 

— t'. People 

u. State 

V. Williams 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 
EaleranoM •!• to p«gM. 

11795 

622« 

910W 910=** 

6M8 

1229^ 

891» 

21» 

8588 

12299, 1229*«, 1229*^ 

2677 

1179*7 

2li»,.2ia* 

86812 

267« 

1229*» 

6221 

267W 

21» 



Grand Tower, &c. R. R. v. Walton 8082, 

80821 
Grand Trunk Ry. Co. v. Richardson 2182 
Grangers' Ins. Co. v. Brown 891<) 



Grant v. Coal Co. 

V. Frost 

V. Hill 

— V. Hughes 

If. State 

Grauley v. Jermyn 
Graves v. Battle Creek 
^— u. Eeaton 

V. People 

Gray v. Davis 

i;. McLauglilin 

V. Pentland 



6210, 1179", 1179W 

80812 

1179«« 

808" 

211*, 2121, 978i» 

36812 

8667, 866" 

219 

89122, 470» 

1179»* 

891»* 

622", 622W 1229* 



Greany u. Long Island R. R 276^ 

Great West. Ry. Co. v. Bacon 276^ 

Green v. Bedell 891*« 

r. Benton 11 7920 

V. Caulk 978«, 978«, 978^, 978P, 978io, 

978" 

V. Cawthom 391« 

V, RandaU 8082> 

V. State 588y>, 688" 

V. Terwilliger 1229*2, i229'6 

I?. Van Buskirk 21i8 

Greenleaf v, Dubuque, &c. R. R. 427^, 

427", 4271* 
Greenwood v. Fontaine 1179*2, 11794s 
Greer v. Richardson Drug Co. 35819 

Gregg ». Forsyth 1179* 

V. Jamison 978** 

V. Mallett 18324, 183*«, 18n« 

V. State 688W, 68821, 978", 978i» 

Gregory v. Baugh 21^ 

r. Chambers 2672^, 267M 

V. Thomas 267»* 

Orel Her v. Neale 1229^ 

Grennan v. McGregor 212* 

Oress Lumber Co. p. Coody 808* 

Orider v. Clopton 8O821 

Grierson v. Mason 8082» 

Griffin r. Smith 6222 

V. State 891*7, 891*8, i229*o, 1229*«, 

I2296O 

Griffith V. Williams 1229», 1229« 



Griffits V. I very 


1229Bi,1229» 


Grimes v. Eddy 


21« 


V, Martin 


97817 




910" 


Griswold v. Gallup 


21* 


Grob V. Cusiiman 


21" 


Groome v. Odgen City 
Groover v. Coffee 


8081 


1229» 


Gross V. Drager 


806-a 


Grover v. Grover 


1179a 


Crumley v. Webb 


808" 


Gugy 17. Ma/rulre 


e22» 


Guidery v. Green 


80822, 808«, 808» 


Guilbeau v. Mavs 


117fl» 


Gulf, &c. R. R. Co. V. £Uis 188« 


• V. Johnson 


978« 


1;. Jones 


8081 


1;. Nelson 


865U 


V. Rowland 


257» 


Gutick f. Gulick 


62*2^ 


Gulliver v. Fowler 


808»,806a 


Gulzoni V, Tyler 


1229«» 


Gunning Co. v. Cusack 


910i» 


Gurley v. Park 


622* 


Guyette v. Bolton 


80811 


Habbrtt v. State 


688* 


Hacker v. Young 


1179* 


Hackett v. People 


470* 


Hadfleld v. Jameson 


21» 


Hadjo v. Gooden 


267«, 267«, 978** 


Hadley v. Carter 


891*2 


Haerle v. Kreihn 


910tf 



Hagenlocher o. Coney Island, &c. 

R. R. S91«* 

Haggin v. Haggin 62^ 

Haines v. Hanrahan 62l^ 52» 

V. Territory 978», 978>* 

Halbert v. Skyles 21i* 

Hale V. Ard 46^ 

V, Ross 1179" 

Hall V. Amer. Masonic, &c. Ass'n 891** 



r. Brown 

V. Costello 

t;. Glidden 

f. Houghton 

— V. Manchester 

V. Plielps 

V. Rixev 

17. Vanderpool 

Hall's Deposition 
Haller u. Clark 
Halsell V. Musgrave 
Halsey v. Sinsebaugh 
Ham V. Ham 
Hamburg v. Wood &. Co. 
Hamel v, Amyot 
Hamil u. England 
Hamilton p. Clark 

1;. Holder 

». Liverpool, &c. Ins. Co. 

r. People 



21", 654» 

62i» 

4631*, 46.3» 

978«, 978« 

1179** 

1229' 

62*? 

1882'. 188« 

183^ 

910»* 



978i«, 978" 

21*1 

21 

257' 

622^ 

8061* 

978»» 

62> 

21^ 257« 267«. 

6221' 

Hamraett v. Little Rock, &c. R. R. Ca 21^ 
Hammil v. Sute 47(r 



AMEBICAIif TABLE OF GASES. 



CCXXXl 



Hammond i;. VarUn 1229^, 1229» 

Hammond's Caae 1229«« 

Hammond's Lessee u, Inloes 21^ 

Hanawalt p. State S66» 

Hancock r. American, &c Ins. Co. IBS^ 



V. Cook 
— » 9. Hintmger 
Handj v. Sute 
Hanks v. Rhoads 
Hanlej p. Donoghue 
Hanlon v. Doliertj 
Haona v. Hanua 
Hsnney v. Com. 
Uannom v. Belchertown 
Hanorer B. R. p. Coyle 
Hanrick «. Andrews 



462^ 

4(S3U, 46.^ 

391W 

978», 978>* 

21», 21" 21" 

622^, 6228 

891" 

267" 

622^ 

891" 

1179M 



sntopsfM. 

Hastings v, Brooklyn Life Ins. Co. 188« 

183", 18361 
Hatch v. Dnnn 21» 

Hatfield v. St. Paul, &c. R, 86&», 365^, 

8651* 
Hatt V. Nay 267« 

Haughey v. Strickler 218^ 



Hanriot V. Sherwood 12S0», 1229^, 1229«7 
Hanselman v. Dorel 910^ 

Hansen v. Miller 978^ 

Hanson v. Bean 622^ 

V. Chiatovich 18831 

0. So. Scituate 21" 

Happel 9. Brethaaer 1179i« 

Hard V. Brown 891^ 

V. City of Decorah 21" 

Harding v. Sute 688^^ 

Hardy u. Sute 62^ 

HargroTe p. Adcock 1229^^ 

Harkness p. Sears 808^1 

liarlan, ftc. v. Howard, &c. 428^, 428«, 428« 
Harland p. Eastman 427^ ^1^, 427" 

0, Dail 8914 

0. Rowe 1179M 

Harriman p. Brown 412^ 

Hsnington p. Inhabitants of Lincoln 554^, 

654», 654" 654U 

r. State 188« 267» 

Harris r. Harris 276" 

0. Holmes 218^ 

p. Hoskins 1229^ 

0. Howard 257* 

V. Johnston 808^' 

0. sute 267«7, 978" 

Harrison p. Rowan 978^' 

Hart V. Bait. & O. R. B. 21", 21«i 

p. Bodley 21" 

0. Kendall 452* 

V, LiTingston 463-* 

r. State 21"^ 

0. Yant 868', 868». 358" 

Hinford r. Palmer 9l0i", 910» 

Hsrtford Bridge Co. p. Granger 654" 
Hartford Fire Ins. Go. p. Reynoldii 622", 

622", 622", 910M 
HartiKan p. International Society 358^ 
" '• * 622" 

9782' 

808«^ 

2* 

808» 

358" 

463S, 468" 

257« 

276* 

21" 



Hartranft's Appeal 

Hartsfield p. State 

Hanrey p. Penny packer 

— - p. Smith 

— c. SnIIens 

— - V. Thorp 

Hsrwood p. Mulry 

H^Wne p. Concord R. R. 

HttkUl 17. Com. 

Hsssard p. MonicipaUty No. 2 



Hawes p. State 
Hawkins p. Grimes 

p. James 

p. Sumter 

-^— p. Thomas 
Haworth p. Norris 
Haycock p. Greuf 
Hayes p. Adams 
Haynes p. McRae 
p. Trenton 



183a, 257Ji, 267^ 

1229» 

2189 

1229« 

21* 

808B 

1229«, 1229* 

1229*7 

183« 
8657 



Hays V. Northwestern Bank of Va. 21" 
Haaleton p. Union Bank of Colum- 

bns 1229^^7, 1229^, 1229U 
Hazzard p. Vickery 1229** 
Headman p. Rose 2V 
Healy p. Moule 1229^ 
Hearst p. Pi^ol 809» 
Heaston p. ancmnati, &c. R. R 21^ 
HeaTeuridge p. Moody 808^ 
Hebbard p. Haughian 62», 622S 
Hedden p. Roberts 188» 
Heddles p. Chicago, ^. R. R. 978^ 
Hedge p. Clapp 
Hedricks p. Morning Star 
Heffron p. Galiupe 
Heidenheimer p. Johnson 
Heinemann p. Heard 
Heister p. Davis 
Helm P. State 
Helton p. Alabama, &c. R. 
Hemenway p. Smith 
Hemingway p. Garth 
p. Stote 



R. 



Hemmens p. Bentley 
Hempstead p. Reed 
Henderson p. Cargill 

p. Hackney 

— p. State 

p. Terry 

Hendricks p. State 
Henry p. Bishop 
Henshaw p. Dayis 
Hensley p. Tarpey . 



978« 
808" 
622** 
452^ 452« 
2762, 27610 
622" 
452T 
391»* 
622", 622" 
97»", 978* 
183« 
978** 
117911 

427«, 427«, 427". 

427W 

122983. 1229« 

183«, 978«, 97881 

6227 

6851 

1229T 

4636, 46.^ 

21T 



Henthom v. Doe 21», 21»i, 1179»5, 122921 



Herbst p. Lowe 
Hermann p. State 
Hernandez n. State 
Herrick p. Sworn ley 
Herring r. Rogers 

p. SkaGT^s 

Herster r. Herster 
Hester r. State 
Hewitt p. Clark 

p. Pigott 

Hewlett p. Cock 
Hickey p. Hinsdale 
Hickman p. Hickman 



808» 

365" 

188» 

1220M 

1229», 1229M 

fl78« 

RQ1« 

9781T 

978« 

1229« 

428», 428« 

5o4« 

808» 



ccxxxu 



AMERICAN TABLE OF GASES. 



Eef erenoM are to pagM. 



Hickman u. Green 
Hickok V. Shelburne 
Hickory v. U. S. 
Hicks V, Leatou 

V. State 

Higbee v. Dresser 
Higginbotham v. Campbell 
Higgins V. Carlton 
Higgs i*. Shehee 
Higliam v. Kidgway 
Higley v, Gilmer 
Hildeburn v. Curran 
HiMreth v, Aldricb 
Hill V. Bacon 

V. Com. 

V. Elridge 

V. Gust 

— V. North 
V. Postley 

— V. Proctor 



6227 

1179*« 

1229«8, V22\fi» 

80811 

2673 

622« 

621 

97861 

463« 

391« 

26710 

978M 

978«7 

21» 

470» 

89ia> 

978*« 

891W 

910*« 

4126 



r. State 4701, 470i», 978^, 978«, 978*o, 

978« 

V. Whidden 80828 

Hill, F. U. Co. V. Sommer 4631^ 

Hillary v. Waller 183*» 

Hilts V. Colvin 3581, 1179** 

Hilyard t*. Township of Harrison 1229* 
Himmelmann v. Hoadley 21^^ 

Himrod v. Bolton 122962 

V. Gilman 1229", 1229»« 

Hinchman v. Keener 1229^ 

Hinckley v, Beckwith 2l<* 

Hinde v. Valtier 21" 

Hines v. Com. 470* 

V. Driver 808a 

Hinkle v. Slate 978i« 

Hinnemann v. Rosenback 808^ 

Hipes r. Cochran 21*8 

Hissrick v. McPherson 463io 

Hizer u. State 21i8 

Hobbs V. Memphis, &c. R. Co. 21" 

Hodges V. Coleman 891ft5 

Hoefling v, Hambleton 368i^ 

Hoffman v, Bloomsburg, &c. R. R. 36517 
Hogan V, State 267*« 

Hoit V. Moulton 1229* 

Holbrook v. Gay 46320 

Holcomb V, Holcomb 9101, 91021, 91022, 

910»J, 910»» 

97818, 9781T 

1229^ 122912 

21'w 

6227 

257», 257M. 257W 

910i», 910» 

522 

5216, s^i-* 

3585 

1229»*, 1229*2, 1229*6 

V. Johnson 183** 

V. State 257» 257*t, 5881*, 1179? 

V. Turner's Falls Co. 41 2« 

Holsey v. State 26729, 257**, 257*« 

Hoiston. &c. Co. V. Campbell 8086 

Holt V, Holt 8082* 



Holder v. U. S. 
Hollenbach v. Fleming 

V. Schnabel 

Hollenback t;. Todd 
Holly V. Burgess 

V. State 

Holm v» Colman 
Holman p. King 
Holmes v. Coryell 
— r. Goldsmith 



Holt V. Jarvis 391*i 

V. Moore 806i* 

Humans v. Coming 2i 

Home Ins. Co. v. Baltimore Ware- 
house Co. 6547 
Homer v. Cilley 1229a. i22»h 

V. WaUis 12297, 122910, 1229W 1229» 

12291*, 1229i» 
Hood V. Bloch 365n 

V, Tyner 554W 

Hooper v. Taylor 463i» 

Hoover v. Gary 3912^ 

1?. Gehr 463", 463i*, 463i*, 46Si», 

463B 
Hope V, Balen 
Hopkins v. Megquire 
Hopkinson v. Leeds 



Hopt V. Utah 
Hormann r. Wirtel 
Horn V. Hansen 
Horsford v. Rowe 
Horton v. Reed 
Hough V. Henk 

V. People's Fire Ins. Co. 

Hough tali ng v. Kilderhouse 
Houghton V. Jones 

r. Paine 

Houlton V. Chic, &c. R. R. 

V. Manteuffel 

Houston, &c. R. R. v. Burke 

Houx V. Blnm 
Houze V. Houze 
Hovey v. Sebring 
Howard v. Coon 

V. Copley 

V. Gemming 

17. Moot 

V. Russell 

V. State 

Howe V. Fleming 
Howell V. Ashmore 

V, Huyck 

Howley v. Whipple 

Howser v. Cum. 

Hoxsie V. Empire Lumber Co. 



808? 

122927, i229» 

978" 

391«i, 688" 

6541 

808^ 

462», 462«. 462" 

52», 62» 

463* 

808* 

267« 

978", 978« 

463W 

2121 

427« 

9781, 978*. 

978^ 

e22',622« 

117912, 117920, 1179» 

1832* 

11790 

622* 

1179*«, 1179*' 

21« 

427* 

183", 188*0, 910« 

868l^368»l 

12291 

358» 

36816 

368*, 978«, 978« 

391« 

1229« 



Hoy V. Morris 622i» 

Hoyt r. Am. Exchange Bank 1229* 

u. McNeil 52M 

V. Russell 21«, 21» 212* 

Hubbard 1^. And., &c. R. R. 267* 

r. Greeley 806^ 

V. Hubbard 9781^ 978« 

V, Russell 3682* 

Hubby V. State 978* 

Huckestein v. Kelly 8082« 

Huckins v. Ins. Co. 978* 

Hudson V. State 2182. 470i, 470^, 622* 
Huetteman i\ Viesselniann 664^ 

Huffman v. Cartwright 66*2 

V. Click 391* 

Hughes V. Rogers 1229* 

V. Sandal 8O8I 

V, Southern Warehouse Co. 368* 



A3IERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



CCXXXlll 



Bafannoes tre topagoi. 



Hall r. Lvon 


622» 622" 


Humble r. Schoemaker 


978-'7 


Humev. Scott 


267« 


Hamei v, 0*Br>-an 45: 


>8, 462', 564* 


Homphrej v. Bamside 


21M 


Hunnicatt r. Pejton 


412«, 41210 


V, State 


470». 47010 


Haiucom o, Hunscom 


910", 9101* 


Hunt r. Laqaere 


122982 


r. Order of Chosen Friends 1179" 


Hunter v. Gibbs 


978*1 


V, N. Y. &c. R. R. 


216, 21» 


V. State 


891« 


iluntley v. Whittier 


188fi« 


Hurd V, People 
Hurlburt v. Hall 


470* 


978>* 


Hurley r. O'Sulliran 


2761* 


H unman v. Wilke 


8081 


Houon V. Fox 


1229« 


Huster v, Davis 


622* 


Hotton's Estate 


46311 


Hutcliins p. Hebbard 


808* 


Hutchinson v. Hutchinson 


808* 


— r. Wheeler 


978^ 


Hutchison v, Patrick 


1179« 


Hutto V. State 


183*» 


Hjde V. Shank 


368« 


r. Woolfolk 


1229»« 


Hjde F&rk r. Canton 183^, 


188", 188^0, 




910»* 


Hjnes p. McDermott 


1229*8 


Iasigi v. Brown 


1229» 


Hunger v. State 


366a, 866M 


Illinois, &c. Co. r. Bonner 


3681* 


"— • p. Langdon 


891» 


— — r. Murphy 


623 


V. Sutton 


391» 


Imlay v. Rogers 


62221 


Independence u. Pompton 


427* 


Indiana Car Co. r. Parker 


36ol», 366» 



Indianapolis, &c R. Co. p. Caldwell 2V^ 

p. Horst 2768, 276^ 

p. Stephens 21«6 

Ingalls V. State 183»> 

Inglis p. Hughes 2Ii9 

Ingrsham p. Hart 62io, 52" 

Ingmm p. State 2V» 

Inliabitanta of Springfield v. Wor- 
cester 2V 
Inman p. Foster 267** 
Ins. Co. of No. Amer. p. Forcheimer 

2118, 62», 62i» 
Ini. Co. p. Baker 1179*1 

p. Mosley 891«, 30l«, 891" 891M, 

391«, 391**, 891*3 

p. Weide 463«i 

International, &c. R. R. v. Anderson 

8911* 

p. Dawson 808M 

V. Pasture Co. 891*1 

p. Ragsdale 564', 664i'> 

Ireland p. Cincinnati, &c. R. R. 267* 

Irish p. Dean 8081* 



Irish V. Horn 

Iron Mfg. Co. v. Gaskell 

Isaacson v. N. Y. Cen. R. 

Israel v. Brooks 

Ivy V. Yancy 



468" 

2180 

2187 

267»* 
183*« 



Jaok p. Martin 21^0 

Jackling v. Edward 12203 

Jacks p. Stimpson 52^ 

Jackson p. Blanshan 18317, 18318, 1229=21. 

122938, 12293* 

V, Boneham 391«> 

V. Brooks 1229» 

V. Burtis 12296 

V. Burton 12291*, i229i» 

p. Chicago, &c. R. R. 8083« 



V. Cooley 
p. Filleau 
p. Gridley 
p. Jackson 
o. King 
p. Kingsley 
p. Lara way 
p. I^wis 
p. Phillips 
p. State 
p. Swope 
V. Waltermire 



4278, 4278, 6221* 

978» 

91013 

62», 4278 

1179*1 
122930 

122933 

267*7 
]22988 

688», 978i», 9783* 
978*7 
1833* 



JacksonTille, &c. R. R. p. Peninsular 



Land, &c. Co. 
Jacobs V. Duke 
— V. Hesler 

p. Whitcomb 

James p. Wharton 
Jameson v. Conway 
Jaques p. Horton 
Jsquith p. Scott 
Jarvis v. Robinson 

p. Vanderford 

Jaspers v. Lano 
Jefferds p. People 
Jeflries p. Harris 



2673* 

26738 

6228 

391*1 

463», 468» 

6643 

3681* 

41210 

218 

1229*3, 122981 

978" 
68813 
26737 



Jemison v. Planters & MerchanU 



Bank 
Jenkins v. Eldridge 

p. Kinsley 

p. Lykes 

p. Pepoon 

— f. State 
Jenkinson v. State 
Jenne p. Marble 
Jennings p. Sturderant 
Jensen p. McCorkell 
Jester p. Steiner 
Jewell p. Center 

p. Jewell 

Joannes p. Bennett 
Joaquin p. Bu<ld 
Jockumsen p. Suffolk Sbt. Bk. 
Joe p. State 
Johnson p. Blanshaw 

V. Day 

p. Drew 

p. East Carolina, Ac. R. R. 

p. Holliday 



2118 

078*» 
117988 

626 

1179" 

636*, 97810, 97811 

622*, 62218 

6221 

6227 

18363 

1229*7 

21* 

4276 

18338 

2134 

18888 

68831 
122933 

664* 
11798 
80838 

6646 



CCXXXIV 



AMEBIGAN TABLE OF CASES. 



IMtoraioM no to 



Johnson v. HudBon R. R. R. Co. 21» 21« | 


Keerans v. Brown 


978**, 978« 


V. Mason 


122912 


Keith V. Hayden 


2128 


V. Merithew 


183W, 183» 


-^— V. Lotlirop 


122928, 1229» 


V, State 267^7, 3916. 688», 688^, | 


V. Stiles 


117981 


68818 688*6, 622« 9108 


, 910=a, 910«^ 


V, Wilson 


9781^ 978», 978"* 


978", 


978*6, 978P8 


Keller v. Stuck 


18386 


r. Trinity Church So. 


6646 


Kelley v. Owens 


276* 




91018 


V. People 


688*,688& 


V. WUey 


9788*. 978*6 


V. Saltmarsh 


808> 


Johnston v. Farmers Ins. Co. 


9786, 978' 


V, Storey 


2188 


f. Hedden 


2136 


Kellogg V, Tompson 


8081 


Jones V. Blount 


1229» 


Kelly V. Carter 


80888 


V. Brewer 


122912 


V. Dunlap 


1229" 


V. Com. 


891" 


V. Leachman 


8086 


V, Cordele Guano Co. 


1179' 


V. McGuire 


427*, 427«, 427" 


I?. Duchow 


267*6 


V. Oliver 


8088' 


V. East Tenn. R. R. Co. 


62* 


V. People 


978", 978" 


0. Gale's Curatrix 


21" 


V, State 


256** 


V. Hays 


21" 


V. Stone 


978M 


V. Hensliall 


46«»,46Sii 


Kelsea v. Fletcher 


9782. 978" 


1;. Howard 


4621 4528 


Kelsey 1;. Hanmer ] 


1179*2, 122920, 122986 


». Jones 868« 8068, 8066, 4271 


Kelton V. Hill 


463^ 




21" 


Kendall v. Collier 


122927, 122988 


V. Malvern Lumber Co. 


978** 


V. Field 


463" 


V. Melindy 


1179»8 


F. May 


9108, 910a. 910*8 


V, M'NeU 


978*6 


Keniston t;. Rowe 


3668 


V. Phelps 


122926 


Kennard v, Kennard 


62». 62" 62" 


V. Portland 


89186 


Kenncbrew v. Southern, ^. Co. 62" 


V. R. R. 


910i» 


Kennedy r. Com. 


2188 


V. Randall 


18S8. 188* 


V, Doyle 46828, 45317, 463», 11791 


— V. Roberts 


1229*8 




412*, 412» 


— V. Simpson 


276" 


V, R. C. & B. R. 


Co. S9188 


V. State 2188. 267", 


267*7 89128. 


V. Reynolds 


1179** 


470», 470", 470", 4701^, 622", 978« 


V. Upshaw 


122981 




97861, 1229*8 


Kenney v. Van Home 1179i» 


— V. Swearingen 


622,8088 


Kennon r. Gilmer 


267*2 


V, Townsend 


891*6 


Kenosha Store Co. v. 


Shedd 2188 


r. Tucker 


628 


Kent i;. Mason 


39188 


Jordan v. Fairdoth 


1229» 


— ^ V, State 


978*8 


V. Osffood 


267" 


V. White 


2768 


Joseph V. National Bank 


1229*6 


Kentucky, Ac. Bridge Co. v. Hall 808* 


V. Ostell 


808' 


Kentucky Cen. R. R. 


V. Barrow 2672* 


1;. State 


6368 


Keppel V. R. R. 


21*^ 


Joslin V, Le Baron 


628 


Kermott v. Ayer 


218' 


Juilliard v. Chaffee 


8081 808* 


Kern v. Bridwell 


86fi^ 


Jumpertz v. People 122967, 12296^ 


Kernin v. Hill 


1229* 


Justice V. State 


47011 


Kerr v. Freeman 


2768 






Kessel v. Albetis 


218 


Kablin v. Cora. 


6646 


Ketchum v. Am. &c. Ex. Co. 27618 


Kahn v. Traders* Ins. Co. 


664" 


V. Brooks 


368" 


Kansas, &c. R. R. Co. 1;. Foster 62^ 


Keyser v, Coe 


2188 


V. Miller 


188*2 


Kibby v. Harsh 


80818 


u. Phillips 


2128 


Kidd V. Ward 


18888 


^— 1.'. Richardson 


62* 


Kidder v. Blaisdell 


2121, 2188 


Karr v. Jackson 


117928 


Kierstead v. Brown 


6647, 524" 


V. State 122927, 122926 


Kilbum r. Bennett 


391«*, 391*2, 891*8 


— V. Stivers 


4636,46318 


Kile V. Tellowhead 


21« 


Kaut V. Kessler 


6227 


Kiigore v. Stoner 


117986 


Keagle v. Pessell 


86828 


Killebrew v. Murphy 


218X 


Kean v. Rice 


1179", 117911 


Kilpatrick v. Com. 


212*. 4708 


Kearney v. Farrell 


39186 


Kimball v. Davis 


978*8 


V. Mayor, &c. of N. Y. 


86811, 86820 




1229* 


D. State 


26788 


King V, Colvin 


2768 


Keator v. Dimmick 


622« 




1229" 


Eeefer v. Zimmerman 


I22916 




1229* 



AMXBICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



CCXXXY 



to 



King V. DoolitUe 

— p. Duke 

— P. Eriswell 
V. Gallun 

V. Harringworth 

V. Holt 



183» 

1179»T 

412" 

21» 

12201^ 

1179», 1179* 



p. Inhabitants of Bathwick 1229^ 

p. Kent's Heirs 21^1 

p. Little 183W 

p. N. Y. Central, &c. R. R. 866* 

p. Ruckman 267" 

p. Sears 122»«i 

V. Stote 391» 470», 688ia, gygie 

r. Worthington 8688, 910« 

Kinghorne p. Montreal Teleg. Co. 868^^ 
Kingman p. Cowles Wl'^, 1179^ 

Kinnard Co. v. Cutter Co. 806^0 

Kinnej p. Famsworth 412^, 664^ 

p. Flynn 1229^, 1229^, 1229^2, 1229i« 

p. U. S. 46320 

Kirby p. Com. 891" 

Kirchgraber p. Lloyd 267> 

Kirkland p. Smith 1179» 

Rirkpatrick p. Clark 808^ 

Kiser p. CarroUton Dry Goods Co. 808^, 

808** 
Kissam v. Forrest 978'' 

Kitner p. Whitlock 276" 

Klare p. State 21» 

Klein p. Lawdman 18S>>, 183» 

p. Russell 868« 

Kleinmann p. Gieselmann 868^ 

Kline p. Baker 62«>, 62iS 62i«, 62" 

Knight p. House 267« 267«> 

Knode p. Williamson 267«^ 

Knowles p. Crampton 86631, 866^ 

Knox p. Silloway 1179*^, 1179*8 

Koehler p. Buhl 978^7 

Koehring p. Muemminghofl 808^ 

Koenig p. Bauer 978^ 

Koons p. State 1229*^ 

Komegay p. Komegay 1229^^ 

Kostenbader v. Peters 808'^ 

Kotwitz p. Wright 463^1 

Kracke p. Homeyer 808^ 

Krager p. Pierce 978" 

Kramer p. Goodlander 412* 

Kranich v. Sherwood 808^ 

Krebs p. State 470« 

Kreozberger p. Wingfleld 808* 

Kreoziger p. Chicago, &c. B. R. S91», 

391*8 
Kaghr p. Gamer 891*^ 

Kunder p. Smith 978^, 978* 

Koach p. Kusch 91018 

Kutcher p. Lore 664", 664" 

Lacy p. State 891*'' 
U Payette Bank p. Stone 117911. 117980 

Uing p. Raine 12291^ 

Lake Merced Water Co. p. Cowles 2188 

Uke Shore, &c. R. R. v. Bangs 62* 

p. Kosenzweig 89186 

p. Squire 808« 

Umagdelaioe p. Tremblay 267^ 



Lamar p. Micou 
— ^ p. Pearre 
Lamb p. State 

P.Ward 

Lambright p. State 
Lamoreaux p. Atty.-Gen. 
Lampton v. Haggard 
Land p. Patteson 
Lander v. People 

p. Seaver 

Landis p. Turner 
Lane p. Bryant 

p. Cole 

Lanergan p. People 
Langley p. Wads worth 
Lannark p. Dougherty 
Lanning p. Chicago, &c. R. R. 
Lansing p. Russell 
Lapowski p. Tavlor 
La Roche p. O'Hagan 
Laros v. Com. 
La Salle Co. p. Milligan 
Laslier p. State 
Lasting p. James 
Lassone p. Railroad 
Lathrop p. Stuart 
Laughlin p. Fidelity Ins. Co. 



21" 

891«o, 4528, 1179*7 

686* 

9788* 

688» 

427« 
2127 

21" 

8917 

267« 

4637, 463U 

891» 

1229* 

664« 
978** 

8667 

267» 
1179*7 

1229" 

808^,806" 

688M 

211* 

21" 

808» 

46380 

210, 183** 

80810 



p. State 97817, gygis 

Laughran v. Kelly 636^ 

Laurent p. Vaughn 391^1 

Lavalle p. People 21" 

Larerenz p. Chicago, &c. R. R. 62* 

Lawder p. Henderson 978**, 9788* 

Lawrence p. Dole S08^ 

p. Du Bois 80810 

p. Kimball 462P 

p. Tennant 4121, 4120 

Lawson p. Glass 978*, 9787, 978II 

p. State 267*6 

Lazard p. Merchants', &c. Co. 8O8II 

Lazare p. Jacques 808^ 

Lazier p. Westcott 21" 

Lea p. Kilburn 391*o 

League p. Thorp 1179*o 

Learned p. Corley 1830* 

p. Tillotson 664* 

V, Tritch 808» 

Leathe p. Bullard 808» 
Leather Co. p. Hardware, &c. Co. 62^ 



Leavitt p. Cutler 
Lee p. Fowler 
— p. Tinges 
Lefevre p. Lefevre 

p. State 

Lefferts p. Brampton 

I^gg's Case 

Lehman Bros. p. McQueen 

Leiber p. Com. 

Leiand p. Wilkinson 

Leonard p. Allen 2678«, 2678*, 267*0, 267*7 

p. Kingsley 978*7 

Leport p. Todd 18381 

Lesher p. Levan 12297 

Leslie p. Hanson 46317 

Lessee of Allen p. Lyons 21oo 



21» 

8080 

978» 

808« 

688», 68807 

12290 

1838 

2760, 27611 

470*, 4707 

21" 



CCXXXVl 



AMEBICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



Eef erenoes are to pagei. 



Lessee of Scott t; RatlifFe 391» 

Lester v. Sute 688^3, 68&» 

Levers u. Van Biiskirk 622^0 

Levy V, State 219, 2111, 366M, 80]** 



I^wiSy In re 
Lewis V. Barker 

r. Bayliss 

V. Harris 

V. Kramer 

V, McClure 

•^— V. Meginniss 

V. State 

V. Supervisors 

•^— V. Wintrode 



978*0 

978** 

808W 

217, 2181 

463«^, 9787 
21« 

463«» 

2in 470«, 470i» 

21«> 

21JB 



L'Herbette v. Pittsfleld Nat. Bask 267^ 
Libby v. Brown 462* 

Liddle v. Old Lowell Bank 978**, 978« 



1179« 

622" 

267« 

183W 

391»391*i 

21« 11792, 1179i'> 

18881 

868" 

2* 

62« 
2122 

2118 

622« 

463» 

80812, 97888 

622« 

891» 

18818, 45828 

1229*7 

391« 

27tJ» 

39118 

463i« 



Liddon 1;. Uodnett 

Liggett V. Glenn 

Lightfootv. People 

LiUy V, Waggoner 

Linch V. Lincli 

Lincoln v. Battelle 

Lind V. Lind 

Lindauer v. Meyberg 

Lindley v. Dakin 

Lindsay v. Hambarg, &c. Ins. Co. 

V. Williams 

Lindsey v. Atty.-Gen. 
Lingo V. State 
Linnell v. Sutherland 
Linsley v. Lovely 
Litchfield r. Merritt 
Little V. Cook 

V. Downing 

^— V. Rogers 

V. State 

— V. Thompson 

Little's Case 

Littlefield v. Rice 

Little Rock Granite Co. ». Dallas Co. 468" 

Little Rock Ry. Co. ». Leverett 391" 

Liverpool Steam Co. v. Pheniz Ins. Co. 

21" 
Livingston v. Amoux 

V. Kiersted 

^— V. Roberts 

V. Wood 

Livingstone v. Gartshore 
Lockhart v. White 
Lockwood V. Crawford 
Loeb I'. Richardson 
Lofton V. Sterrett 
Loggins V. State 
r^ohman v. State 
Londonderry v. Andover 
Long 17. Colton 

V. Patton 

V. State 

Longabaugh u. Virginia City, &c. 

R. R. 2679* 

Loomis V. Bedel 1179*«, 1179*7 

V. Stnart 46810 

I'. Wadhams 868'', 654« 

Lopez V. State 910i 



4621 

9101, 91021 

978*« 

8081® 

622" 

188", 183» 

621* 

2128 

808» 

6646 

2138 

427», 427* 

4127 

1179«2 

267»i 



Lord I'. Am. &c. Ins. Co. 
Loree v. Abner 
Lorenzana v, Camarillo 
Lottawanna, The 
Louden v. Blythe 
Louisville, &c. R. R. r. Buck 

V, HaU 

V, Hurt 

— - V. LetsoQ 
^— V. Orr 

V. Richardson 

V. Terrell 

V. Wood 

r. Wriglit 

Lovell V. Payne 
Loveridge v. Hill 
Low V, Mitchell 
Lowe V. Lowe 

V. State 

Lowell V. Todd 
Lowry t\ Cady 
V. Moss 



806» 
2ii» 

654S 
21» 

391* 
3911* 
891» 
978» 
183i» 
358U 

267*«, 267« 

fi78» 

866^ 

5647, 664" 

276» 

622^ 

267* 

978^ 

688»i,688« 

183» 

8681 

462*. 452B 



Ix>yd V. Hannibal, &c. R. R. 366^, 365i> 



Lucas V. Flinn 
Luce V, Coyne 

V. Foster 

Lucker v. Com. 
Luke V. Calhoun Co. 
Lull V. Cass 
Lumpkin v. Murrell 
Luna V. Tyn8l>oro 
Lunn v. Scarborough 
Lunsford v. Dietrich 
Lurton v. Gilliam 



978* 

1229»* 

808» 

21" 

2l» 

808«i 

21* 

391«. 391* 

12290 

267» 

1178^ 

391«*, 391* 



Lush V. McDaniel 

Lycoming, &c. Ins. Co. v. Wright 62'* 

Lyman v. Philadelphia 267« 267* 

Lynch i*. Cronan 468* 

V. Moore 267** 

Lynde v. Judd 1229* 

Lyon V. Lyon 688* 

V, Manhattan R. R. 866^ 

V. Marine 21* 

1;. Prouty 622^ 

Lyons v. Gregory 1179* 



Mablbt v. Kittleberger 
Macdonald v. Dana 
Macey r. Titcombe 
Mack V. State 
MacKinzie v. Stretch 
Maclean 17. Scripps 
Macomber v. Scott 
Madden v. State 
Magee v. Allison 
•^— V. Burch 

V. Scott 

Magie v. Herman 
Magill V. Stoddard 
Maguire v. Middlesex Ry. 
Maier v. State 
Mailler v. Ex. Propeller Co. 
Migor V. State 
Malcomson v. 0*Dea 
Mallory v. Ohio Farmers Ins. 



891* 

808* 

21" 

89ia 891* 

664M654" 

368* 

1229* 

1887 

80eP,808» 

358* 

1179* 

8581* 

806* 

267^ 

21* 

267« 

2l» 

428» 

Co. 1229»i 



AMEBICAK TABLE OF CASES. 



CCXXXVU 



MaUorr r. State 21" 

Mandel v. Swan Land Co. 358^- 

Mange v. Holmes 801«o 

Manistee Bank v. Seymour 276^^ 

Mann Boudoir Car Co. v. Dapre 808^ 

Manning v. Maronej 358^^ 

V. Pippen 808» 

Manufacturers, &c. Bank v. Baack ISS^^ 

Manofacturing Co. v. Bennett 1179'''' 



Marbury v. Madison 
Marcly v. Sliulta 
Marcy r. Stone 
Mardes v. Meyers 
Mark r. Hastinga 

V. Men 

Marks p. Sullivan 
Marsh r. Case 

p. Davis 

V. Hand 

r. Whitmore 

Marshall v. Baker 

p. Brown 

r. Chicago, &c. R. R. 

— p. G. E. R. K. Co. 
p. State 



622", 62218 

9781, 9786, 978" 

462« 

1229" 

868«, 868» 

267", 267W 

622» 

468B 

808*> 

8688 

18dfi 

808» 

891« 

470» 

470» 

257" 



MarshaU Livery Co. v. McKelry 276" 

Martin p. Anderson 1179^ 

p. Bowie 868" 

p. Brown 808* 

p. Elliot 866" 

p. Hardesty 257«* 

p. Martin 21«>, 21« 

p. Nichols 463" 

V. Payne 62W 1179", 1179i» 

Martindale p. Falkner 188>, 183S 188^ 



Marvin p. Richmond 

1'. State 

Marx p. People 

Mask p. State 

Mason p. Fuller 

Massey p. Bank 

— p. State 

Mathes p. Robinson 

Mathews v. Yerex 

Matlock p. Glover 

Matter of Hall's Deposition 

Matter of Page 

Matter of Ridgway 

Matter of Will of Snelling 

Matteson r. Noyes 

p. N. Y. Cen. R. R. 

Matthews r. Hoagland 
— - p. Holmes 

p. Huntley 

p. P*rk 

p. Sheehan 

Matthewson p. Burr 

Matthis p. Stete 

Mattioe p. AUen 

Mattison p. Chicago, &c. R. R. 

Mattox p. U. S. 

Maoerman p. Siemerts 



May p. Sute 
Mayer p. Dean 
Mayes v. 8ut« 



664" 

636« 

978** 

978W, 978W 

427* 
1229*7 

68821 
463i» 
910» 

1229M 

183W 

891«i 

188« 

978" 

868i« 

891« 

622«. 622? 

808W 

267« 

21» 62» 

808i» 

267« 

9784« 

978« 

808* 

470* 

62» 



688i\ 688», 978i« 
808^ 
891U 



to. 

Mayhew v. Thayer 978»8, 978*i 

Mayo V. Dwight 808^* 

V. Foley 62216 

Mayor, &c. of Baltimore p. State 21' 
Mayor, &c. of N. Y. p. Second Ave. 

R. R. Co. 463", 463W 

Maysville, &c. R. R. r. Pellam 808» 

Maxham v. Place 622* 

Maxwell v. Hill 391*« 

p. Wilkinson 078^, 9788 

McAllister p. McAllister 1229«* 

McAmore p. Wiley 910*, 910*, 910^ 9108, 

910* 



McAndrews v. Santee 
McBride v. People 
McCall p. U. S. 
McCamant v. Roberta 
McCartee p. Camel 
McCarthy v, Burtis 
McCarty p. Coffin 
McCathem v. Bell 
McCausland v. Fleming 
McCoUoch V. Gore 
McClaugherty p. Cooper 
McClerkin p. State 
McCloskey p. Davis 
McClure p. Pursell 
McCombs p. Foster 
McCormick p. Cheevers 

V. Hemdon 

M'Cormick p. Sisson 
McCrady p. Jones 
McCraw p. Gentry 
McCreary v. Turk 
M'Creary p. Grundy 
McCuUock p. Dobson 
M'Cutcheon p. M'Cutcheon 
McDaniel v. State 
McDonald p. Carnes 

p. Com. 

p. DeCairl 

p. McDonald 

p. Savoy 

p. Unaka Timber Co. 

p. Western R. R. 



664S 

470i« 

4121 

1179« 
183W 

1179W 

267»8, 267«T 

80817 

412" 

978*6 

1179i« 

1179" 

276* 

2761 

1229M 

80818 

80819 

626 

36812 

12297 

8686 

267» 

978*8 

267 » 

267«>, 267« 

468i» 

26788 

21» 

1229**, 1229^ 
26786 

891«« 
2188 

18327 

183«7 

6646 



McDonough v. O'Neil 

McDowell V. Preston 

McElmurray p. Turner 

McKlwee Mfg. Co. v. Trowbridge 664" 

McEwen v. Portland 183^ 

p. Shannon 910i» 

McFarland p. Fricks 1179», 1179« 



V. Shaw 

McGhee, &c. Co. r. Hudson 
McGibbon p. Burpee 
McGinness p. Kennedy 
McGinnis p. Allison 
McGrath p. Seagrave 
McGregor v. Hudson 

— r. McArthur 

— p. Montgomery 

p. Wait 

McGuire p. People 

p. Say ward 

McHargue p. Com. 



4708 

2186, 276« 

868" 

80816 

1229" 

117986 

891«> 
26788 

868«^ 

1229» 

910», 910", 910« 

1179*8 

470» 



ccxxxvm 



AMERTCAN TABLE OF CASES. 



McHugh V. Dowd 

V. Gallagher 

MclDtire v. I/evering 
Mcintosh r. Lee 
Mclnturf v. State 
McKee v. People 



21 
8086 

267«* 
21» 

891W 
688» 



McKeigue v. Jaoesville 891» 891^ 891» 
McKenzie v. Stretch 2763 

McKeone t;. Barnes 1229*^ 

McKiel 0. Real Estate Bank 21i> 



McKinley v. Irvine 
Mc Kinney v. Neil 
McKinnon v. Bliss 

1'. Norcross 

McKivett V. Cone 
McLane v. Johnson 
McLaughlin v. McDeritt 
McLean v. Clark 

V. McDonell 

— ^ V. State 
McLellan v. Richardson 
McLeod V. Ginther's Adm. 
McMaster v. Scriven 
McMath V. State 
McMillan v. Baxley 
McMurray v. St. Louis Oil Co. 



1229" 

978« 978M 

21*«, 3682 

39ia 

9781, 97810 

8081') 

808« 

808»i 

1179*2 

470«, 470», 91019 

822«i 

891", 391*1 

622M 

891« 891*» 

858»i 

808» 



McMurrin t^. Rigby 
McNeely i;. Duff 
McNeil P. O'Connor 
McNeill V. Donohue 
McNerney o. Reading 
McNicliol V. Pacific Ex. Co. 
McNutt V, McDonald 
M'Nutt V. Young 
McPhail V. Johnson 
McPherson v. State 
McQueen t;. People's Bank 
u. State 



391*^ 891« 

9781 

4272 

8687 

978«i 
21« 

6642 
267" 
978*« 
470" 

2762 
47011 



McQuigan v. Delaware, &c. R. R. 366^ 
McReynoIds v. Longenberger 36812, 

122921, 1229a 
McShane, Henry, Co. r. Padian 808* 

McTaggart v. Thompson 391*o 



McVicker r. Conkle 
Meade v. Smith 
Mealer v. State 
Mears ?*. Cornwall 
Meclielke r. Bramer 
Medary v. Cathers 
Medley v. People 
Med way v. U. S. 



122911, 1229*7 

622a» 

910" 

6641 

6221 

122912 

891* 

1229«, 1229«« 



Meeth r. Rankin Brick Co. 468", 46816 



Meguire v. Corwine 
Meixsell v. Freezor 
Melby v. Osborne & Co. 
Melcher r. Flanders 
Meliish V. Robertson 
Melton V. State 
Melvin v. Lyons 
Merchants' Bank v. Hall 
V. McAnulty 

— V. McGraw 

— r. Morrison 
Mercier t;. Hamnn 
Merkle v. Bennington 



664* 
978«i 
1229«T 

12291* 

8082« 

6356, 636» 

1179i», 117920 

216 

808« 

21W 

80826 

8681* 
89126 



62», 1179» 

21" 

978*, 97811 

122P*» 

257*6 

S91« 

183n 

1179» 

1179" 



to 

Merrifield v. Bobbins 
Merrill v. Dawson 

V. Ithaca, &c. R. R. 

Merritt v. Straw 
Mershon v. State 
Merwin v. Arbuckle 

0. Ward 

Mewster v. Spalding 
Meyer v. School District 
Miami I'urnpike Co. v. Baily 866*, 86512. 

3651* 
Michigan Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Wil- 
liams 806» 
Middleton v. Mass. 1229* 
Miles V. Edelen 2^ 

r.Loomis 1229*6, 122066, 122966, 1228^ 

Miller v. Brown 267« 

V. Davis 806» 

V. Fletcher 9f» 

r. Goodrich, &c. Co. BOff 

V. Hale 1179»*, 1179". 1179« 

p. Jones 1882^, 122968, 1229" 

r. MacVeagh 21«, 62^ fijn 



V. Miller 
V. Palmer 
V. Proctor 
V. Reinhart 
r. Shay 



80^ 
808* 
189 
1179" 
4681*, 463" 
V. State 26712. 4706, 47018, 6646, 688" 
r. Texas, &c. Ry. 216* 

Millington r. Millington 122966 

Million V. Com. 470" 

Mills V. Duryee 1179" 

Millsaps V. Merchant's, &c. Bank 808* 
Milmine v. Burhham 806" 

Mima Queen v. Hepburn 391*^ 

Mims V. Sturdevant 978ii 

17. Swartz 2r, 21" 

Minchin v. Minchin 808" 

Mink V. State 622" 

Minneapolis, &c. R. R. r. Home Ins. 

Co. 8081, 808" 

Minneapolis Times Co. v. Nimocks doS" 
Minnesota v. Barber 21" 

Minor 17. Tillotson 858^ 

Mississippi, &c. R. R. v. Arispe 891*6 

Miasouri, &c, R. R. t*. Cocreham 39161 

17. Gernan 85816 

V. Johnson 865", 391** 

Mitchell V. Bridgers 1179" 

-^ V. Kingman 808** 

17. Sawyer 978" 

Mitchum v. State 8016, 3916 

Mobile, &c. Ins. Co. v. McMillan 808^ 
Mobile, Sec. R. R. v. Ashcraft 267" 

Mobile & Birmingham R. R. v. 

Ladd 212», 21*6 

Mobley v, Hamit 267*6 

Mockabee v. Cofn. 470" 

Modawell v. Holmes 21*^ 

Moffet r. Moffet 276« 

MoflSn V. ^tna Axle, &c Co. 218P 

Mofflt V. Maness 8086 

u. Witherspoon 427* 

Moline-Milburn Co. v. Franklin 267" 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



CCXXXIX 



]tof( 



Moline Plow Co. v. Braden 
Molyneauz v. Collier 
Monahan r. Worcester 
Money p. Tamipseed 
Montee v. Com. 
Montforton v. Bondit 
Montgomery v. Allen 
— -r. Beranf 

— V. Deelej 
p. Pickering 

— r. Schockey 

c State 

Montgomery's Case 

Montioy v. State 

Moody p. Rowell 978», 978W, 978*, 1229»» 

Mooers p. Banker 427" 

Moog p. Randolph *2l^ 

Mooney p. Kenuett 21^ 

p. Olsen 891«o, 891" 

Moore p. Chicago R. R. Co. 978n 



218* 

664^ 664S 

267« 891« 

21« 

521 

806^1 

664? 

188W 
21T 

622i« 

808» 

4709, 4701* 

470i« 
21M 



an to pages. 

Mosley p. Ins. Co. 21«^ 

p. Vermont, &c. Ins. Co. 267» 

Moss p. Green 808? 

Mossman p. Forrest 21^ 

Mowell p. Van Buren 622^ 622^7 

Mudsill Mining Co. p. Watrous 267^ 

Muldoon p. Deline 808^ 

Mulhado p. Brooklyn City R. R. <(669 
Mullanphy Sav. Bank p. Schott 358i>,358» 
Mullen p. Morris 1179^^ 1179^* 

Muller p. Dows 188» 

p. St. Louis Hospital Ass'n 978» 

Mullery p. Hamilton 427* 

Munn p. Burch 21^ 

Munns p. Dupont 1229^ 

Munroe p. Douglass 62^* 

Munshower p. State 21^, 21^ 



p. Gaus 


664» 


• F. Gwynn 


621*, 52W 


V. Palmer 


1229« 


— p. Rush 


808« 


p. Smead 


808» 


r. State 


470*, 47010, 4701* 


P. U. 8. 


1229", 1229W 


p. Wingate 


6221 


Moorman p. Collier 


8oe« 


Mora p. People 
Mordecai p. Beal 


470*, 6881 


858S, 86811, 35819 


Morehead p. State 


183« 


Moreland p. Lawrence 


267» 


Morelock p. State 


470i» 


Morej p. Hoyt 


8681T 


Morgan p. Burrow 


2l« 


p. People 


868i« 


— p. Pamell 


427", 427«, 427" 


— p. Roberts 


9101T 


p. State 267«', 267» 267*^, 267" 




470», 470», 470«» 


Morrell p. Cawlej 


664* 


— p. Foster 


427« 


p. Morgan 


891» 


Morrill p. Foster 


427* 


V. Graham 


1836 


Moms p. Briggs 


4031*, 468W, 40318 



p. Colombian, Ac. Dock Co. 978i 

p. DaTidson " 218 

p. Edwards 21*« 

— r. Leesee of Harraer 21® 

p. Patchin 1179» 

p. Wadsworth 1179*« 

Morrison p. Delorimier 978>* 

p. Jsckson 368», 868", 3682* 

V. Sturgee 1229" 

Morrissey p. Ingham 218*, 891» 

Morrow p. Parkman 9101^ 

Mone p. Congdon 4688 

p. Rice 80811 

p. Weymouth 62« 

p. Woodworth 86818 

Morss p. Morss 91016 

Morton p. State 891** 

Moseley's Adm'r p. Mastin 2l» 



Murphey p. State 
Murphy p. Com. 

p. Hendricks 

p. People 

V. State 

Murray p. Lepper 

p. Marsh 

p. Murray 

— p. PolgUse 
Muse p. Richnnls 
Musick p. Barney 
Mutual Life, &c. p. Blodgett 

p. Hillman 

p. Robinson 

p. Tillman 

Myer p. Qrafflin 
Myers r. Carrie 

p. Knabe 

Mynatt p. Hudson 



978a* 
6221 
21« 

6881,68816 
688*, 688», 68811, gygu 

183» 

1179»8 

183», 188*0 

1179» 

21M 

1179» 
427» 
891** 
21«* 
891* 
403^ 
267»» 
391« 
267** 



Myron p. Union K R. 



808» 



Naahes p. State 1179** 

Nason p. Jordan 358^6 

National Bank, &c. p. Gray 1229^ 

p. McManigle lS3fo 

National Car, &c. Builder p. Cyclone, 

Ac, Co. 8081 

National Cash Reg. p. Pfister 808^, 808^1 
National Ulster Co. Bank v. Madden 978* 
Naumberg p. Young 808*, 80818, 808" 
Neaderhouser p. State 218* 

Neal V. Neal 978«7 

p. Patten 622* 

Neeb p. McMilUn 978*« 

Neese p. Farmers Ins. Co. 21^ 



Nelms p. State 


1229»^, 1229*« 


Nelson p. Becker 


6228 


p. Davis 


b082» 




21«* 


p. State 


621, 97814^ 978^1 


V. Weeks 


80811 


Nesbit p. State 


470" 


Nesbitt p. Cavender 


808W 


Neville v. Northcutt 


463» 


Nerin v. Ladae 


2188 


Newcomb p. Griswold 


978*0 




808"* 


Newell p. Newton 


21"* 



ccxl 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



BeforenoM are to pages. 



Newell p. Nichols 188«0 

Newliall V. Appleton 267' 

V. Jenkins &S&^ 

New Haven Co. v. Goodwin 403!^, 403^ 
New Haven County Bank v. Mitchell 183«9 
New Jersey, Ac. Co. v. Suydara 1179** 
Newman v. Dodson SOI'' 

V. Jenkins 183» 

New Milford v, Sherman B9i^ 

New Portland o. Kingfleid . 978«8 

News Pub. Co. r. Butler 978*» 

New York Dry Dock v. Hicks 1179» 

N. Y. Mutual, &c. Ins. Co. v. Arm 



strong 
Nicliols V, Haynes 

V. Vinson 

V. Webb 

Nickerson t;. Gould 

V. Spindell 

Niles V. Sprague 
Nixon V. McKinney 

V. Palmer 

Noble V. Douglass 

Norfolk, &c. R. R. v. Groseclose 

Norman v, Waite 

Norris v. Cargill 

1;. Harris 

V. Ins. Co. 



257M 
463B 
4631* 
468» 
218^, 218« 
368i« 

1179»i 

257*, 257*0, 267*1 

18381 

1179«« 
8912* 
808« 
978» 



62", 62" 
2761* 

North Bank v. Abbot 436»i 

North Brookfleld v, Warren 427», 427« 

427» 
Northern Pac. R. R. v. Urlin 978", 978" 
Northwestern Fuel Co. v. Bruns. 808^, 

808" 
Northwestern M'f g Co. v. Chambers 2l«7 
Northrop, The 21" 

Northrop v. Hale 4271, 427*, 427», 427«, 

4278. 427", 427" 
Norton v. Ladd 910ii, 910" 

V. Perkins 978*o 

Norvell v. Mc Henry 21*^ 

Norwood V. Kenfield 978» 978» 

Noyes r. Ward 412W 

Nunes r. Perry 1229» 

Nunne v. Mayes 427* 

Nute V. Nute 978** 

Nye r. McDonald 21' 



Oak Leather Co. v. Union Bank 62" 

Oakes v. Harrison 276«, 27610 

Oaks V. Weller 188« 

Ober V. Blalock 1179^ 

O'Blenis i\ State 267» 

O'Brien v. Com. 267" 

V. Frasier 267«* 

V. Krockinski 21» 

Ocean Ins. Co. v. Fields 21» 
O'Connor t;. Chicago, &c. R. R. 891" 

Odiome v. Bacon 1179» 

Ohio V. Hinchman 21" 

Ohio Life Ins. Co. v. Debolt 2l«i, 2iw 

Ohio & Miss. R. R. v. Wheeler 188" 

Ohio R. Co. V. Ridge 21" 

Ohlert V. Alderson 806^ 



Ohleyer v. Bemheim 808* 

Olive p. State 267^ 

Oliver t;. Pate 622* 

Olmstead v. Hill 2* 

V. Winsted Bank 978» 

Olson V. Peterson 65^ 

Omnium Securities Co. v. Richard- 
son 654> 
Oppenheim v. Wolf 21* 
Ordway v. Conroe 1179«i, 1179» 

i;. Haynes 978* 

Oregon Steamship Co. v. Otis 183", 358** 



Orman v. State 
Orr r. Lacy 
Orton V. McCord 
Osborne v. Allen 

V. Forshee 

V. Stringham 

Ostrander v. Snyder 
Otey r. Hoyt 
Ott V. Soulard 
Over V. Schiffling 
Owen r. Boyle 
Owens i;. Hull 



V. Kansas City, &c. R. R. 

r. State 

Owers V. Ola the Co. 
Owings p. Speed 



622' 

21* 

622»,e22^ 

183W 

978» 

8081^ 808a 

808» 

1229** 

21" 

21 

62», 62", 621* 
2116, 21M 



866i», 
866» 
978» 
868" 
117y«i 



Pabst Bbbwiko Co. v. Smith 1179" 
Pacific Iron Works r. Newhall 8087 

Packard i\ Dunsmore 1229'* 

V. Hill 1179", 1179» 

Paddock v. Salisbury 257** 

Page V. Osgood 276** 

V. Parker 891» 891» 391«i, 978» 

Pagett 17. Curtis 21* 

Paige V. Carter 978i, 978», 978' 



Paine v. Schenectady 
Palmer v. Aldridge 

V. Atchison, &c. R. R. 

— V. Haight 

V. State 

Pancake v. Canffman 

Pape V. Wright 

Papin V. Ryan 

Parent v. Walmsley's Adm. 

Parish i\ Perliam 

Parke v. Mears 

Parker v. Carter 



V. Cleveland 

V. Davis 

V. Enslow 

V. Hardy 

V. Logan 

V. State 

Parkhurst r, McGraw 
V. Van Courtlandt 



21" 

211* 

521* 

978*" 

688« 

808» 

267« 

21« 

21« 

8089 

1229^ 

622*, 622", 622", 

e22i*,622» 

1179« 

806X1 

865^ 

2» 

910», 91(r, 910>*, 978" 
188«»,622' 

808> 



Parkinson v. Nashua 
Parliman v. Young 
Parsons v. State 
Partin v. State 
Patchen o. Park 



267» 



910* 
978* 



AMSBIGAN TABLE OF CASES. 



ccxli 





BefsnneaBi 


intopsgM. 




Patrick V. GibU 


1179» 


People V. Denby 


978«« 


p. HalleU 


628 


V. Devines 


978*6, 978*8 


— P.Jack 


4/QSfi 


— V, Dillwood 


97886, 978*8 


Patten p. GloTer 


622> 


p. Dimock 


2678 


— p. Moor 


622i» 


V, Dohring 


910", 910i» 


Patterson v. Com. 


6860 


V, Elyea 


97813 


— ^ p. M'Caualand 


21» 


V. Estrado 


688* 


Pattiion P. Nonii 


65418 


p. Etting 


2113 


RiTey p. PlaTeir 
Pawuhick, The 


1229*T 


V, Evans 


267«3. 636», 636* 


621*, 117910 


V. Everhardt 


267" 


Payne r. Treadwell 


2in 21" 183*« 


V. Fair 


26733, 26783 


p. Troy & Boston B. B. 62« 


V, Flynn 


688" 


Peace p. Jenkins 


462> 


V, Fulton Fire Lis. Co. 4273 


Peagler p. Stables 


808U 


p. Garbutt 


2768, 270" 


Pbak p. Stote 


470" 


p. Glenn 


4703, 4706, 47017 


Peari p. AUen 


1229^ 1229^ 


p. Gondalez 


d68», 3663U, 86633 


Pearson p. Darrinffton 


391» 891*1 


V. Graham 


97838 


Peck p. Beckwith 


8083* 


V. Green 


978" 


p. Clark 


4128 


V. Grnnzig 


470", 470" 


p. Jenison 


8oe» 


p. Hanifan 


978W 


p. Pierce 


4G&0 


V. Hawes 


4701 


p. Ritchey 


978*«, 978*« 


V. Hayes 


622* 


p. Ryan 


664» 


V. Hite 


9783» 


p. Valentine 468». 978*. 978', 978" 


r. Hodgdon 


891*8, 470" 


Peek p. Boone 


622" 


V. Hoy Yen 


68833 


PeU p. BaU 


188" 


V. Hughes 


62233 


Peltier's Case 


211 


V, Hulbut 


62231 


Pelton p. Schmidt 


6647 


p. Jacobs 


978W 


Poller MTg Co. v. Sun Fire OfBce 868^ 


p. Johr 


21" 


Pence p. liakepeace 


6648 


V, Jones 


267« 


— p. Wangh 


622W 


p. Keeley 


978" 


Penitentiary Co. v. Gordon 276i» 


P.Keith 


978»* 


Pfenn. Co. p. Conlan 


62* 


V, Kennedy 


9781 


p. Dolan 


80622 


p. Knapp 


26783 


-^ p. Horton 


2131 


p. Kni^erbocker 


470" 


— p. Newmejer 
Penn. R. R. v. Lyons 


866«, 806», 978»« 




62» 


89117 


p. Langtree 


91033 


Pena. R. R. Co. v. Righter 62" 


p. Linaey 


9108, 9108, 91033 


Penseoola R. R. v. Scha£Eer 368i> 


p. Lock Wing 


267*3 


People p. Alden 


1179« 


p. Machim 


978" 


p. Anderson 


978* 




68833 


p. Atkinson 


622U, 622" 




97838, 9789B 


p. Austin 


978« 


p. Matteson 


91018 


— p. Barrie 


68814 


p. McConnel , 


21«* 


— p. Barringer 


8081 


V. McCrea 


391*8 


— p. Biddleman 


1229™ 


p. McGloin 


688" 


— p. Blakeley 


6227 


p. M'Garren 


910", 910", 9101* 


— p. BoscoTitch 


97817, 978«, 97»2* 


p. McNair 


91033 


— p. Brooks 


21", 97863 




62», 62" 62" 


— p. Bachanan 


e22i«,978M 


— - p. Meservey . 


89184 


— p. Bttddenateck 


866*, 86617, 36618 


p. Methvin 


267*8 


p. Bush 


26787 


p. Mills 


26788, 267*7, 978»* 


— p. Carney 
V. Caesidy 


866*, 8G66 


r. Minck 


1179*3 


68838 


p. Moett 


26780 


• — p. Chaplean 


6881* 


V. Murphy 


978*8 


p. Chase 


470" 


p. O'Brien 


6858 


• — p. Chee Kee 


21« 2139 


V. O'Neil 


636* 


• — p. Clarke 


68810 


p. O'SuUivan 


2678, 391*8 


• — p. Cole 


978«i 


V. Palmer 


97813 


-"- p. Copsey 


910M, 978*8 


p. Park 


91031 


——P.Corey 


122981. 1229» 


p. Parker 


12298* 


• — r. Costello 


686*, 686S 


p. Parton 


6883 


• — p. Court 


97835 


p. Perry 

p. Pinckney 


470" 


— P.Daniels 


688^ 


1229*7 


— p. DaTis 


267*», 267«, 4708 


— p. Potter 


21" 



ccxlii 



AMEHICAJff TABLE OF CA8E8. 
Baf eieooes an to pages. 



People V. Quanstrom 910^* 

V. Ramirez 68812, 688» 

lu Rector, &c. of Trinitj Church 1229^ 



V. Robinson 

— V. Roderigu 

». Safford 

V. Sancliez 

1;. Schry ver 

V. Severance 

1;. Shea 

V. Simonsen 

V, Simpson 

— V, Skeehan 

i;. Smith 

V. Soto 

V. Stokes 

V. Strybe 

V, Superior Court of N. Y. 

V, Sutherland 

». Thrall 

V, Tyler 

V. Vernon 

V. Wells 

r. Wentz 

V. Westbrook 

V. White 

r. Williams 

r. Wolcott 

V. Wood 

w. Young 

Peoria, &c. R. R. v. Rice 
Pepper v. Barnett 



688" 
188'^ 
978*7 
470» 
2767 
1229« 
891« 
688i» 
4706 
978'» 
9106 
58810, 688« 
1837 
6366 
2* 
978*2 
688« 
267" 
891", 470* 
6361 
6885,5881* 
910» 
257» 267W 
2131, 97840 
688i», 688« 
891*4 
622« 
3669 
1229«7, 122928, 
1229», 122982 
Perdicaris v. Trenton City Bridge 

Co. 211* 

Perfelling ». State 891*7 

Perkins v. Concord R. R. 891", 664^, 

564», 66411 

V. West 808" 

Perrin v. State 8689 

Perry v. Dubuque S. W. R. Co. 2« 

V. Hill 8087 

V. Massey 978w 

r. Moore • 978*« 

V, New Orleans, &c. R. Co. 21" 

V, Newton 1229«* 

V. Randall 6221, 622^ 

v. Simpson Waterproof Mgf. 



Co. 

». State 

Peter v. Thickstun 
Peterhoff, The 
Peterson, ExparU 
Peterson v. Morgan 

17. State 

Petrie t*. Columbia, &c. R. R. 

Peugh V. Davis 

Peyroux v. Howard 

Phelan v. Gardner 

Phenix, &c. Ins. Co. v. Merchants, 

&c. Ass'n 8688 

r. Shoemaker 622i 

Philadelphia v. Rule 8668 
Philadelphia, &c. R. R. v, Lehman 2129 
». Stimpson 891« 978", 978" 



654" 

62210, 622" 

39162 

217, 21i» 

212* 

267W, 267W 

627 

89128 

80819 

218* 

80821 



Phillips V. EeUy 89]« 

u. People 2671*, 267« 

V. State «35» 

I?. Trowbridge Furniture Co. 358*, 

858" 
PhfRuix Ins. Co. t;. Moog 1832^, 183^ 

Phcenix Pub. Co. Riverside v. Cloth- 



ing Co. 
Pickard v. Bailey 
Pierce v. De Long 

V. Hoffman 

V. Indseth 

V. Kimball 

V. Newton 

V, Northey 

r. Pierce 

V. State 

Pierson t;. Baird 
Pike V. Crehore 
Pillard v. Dunn 
Pillow r. Thomas 
Pillsbury v. Locke 
Pinkham v. Benton 

V. Cockell 

Pinney v, Jones 
Pinney's Will 
Pirie V. Wyld 
Pitt V. Emmons 
Pitts V. Allen 
V. State 



Pittsford V. Chittenden * 
Pizarro, The 
Plank Road Co. v, Bruce 
Piatt V. Haner 
Plummer v. Currier 

V. Eastern R. R. 

V. Ossipee 

Polk r. Butterfleld 
Pollock V. Pollock 

V. Willcox 

Pool V. Chase 
Porath V. State 
Porter v. Hale 

V. Judson 

V. State 

V. Waltz 

V. Waring 

V. Wilson 

Portugal, Church v, Hubbart 

Post V. Supervisors 

Potter V, Inhabitants of Ware 



8081* 

62i» ll7»i* 

1228a 

2671' 

21* 2l^ 62* 

21» 

257*7 

1229*», 1229*7 

654« 

62» 

21» 

1179» 

1228» 

622> 

4631*, 4681* 

978« 

1229», 1229" 

391* 

891«« 

5648,6549 

S58» 

808** 

5882, 688> 

6222> 

183* 

183** 

1179** 

6641,564^2 

62* 

267*1, 8918* 

62* 

978* 

868» 

8061* 

685*. 636* 

868* 

21«, 463* 

978", 9781*, 97818 

891« 



V. Mellin 

Pougade v. Ryan 
Powell 17. Blackett 

V. Governor 

V, Tarry 

V. Wallace 

Power V. Bowdle 
Powers V. McKenzie 
V. Presgroves 



21« 

1229* 

212 

117918 

91017. 

910" 

6641 

218 

12291 

891« 

6541 

358^ 

2128 

122988 

267M, 267»8, 257*8, 
25788 

27618 



V. Russell 

Prairie School Township v. Haselen 

80618,808" 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



ccxliii 



B«f erenoM an to pages. 



Pntber v. Palmer 

r. Wilkeni 

Pratt r. Andrews 

v\ Langdon 

V. White 

Preeper o. Reg. 
Prell p. McDonald 
Preicott 9. Ward 



188" 

868" 

257* 

8Q&^ 

4a8»,463» 

52* 
21U 

978*i 



Price p. Conn. Mat. Life Ins. Co. 21» 

p. Garland 4688, 463" 

— — V. Richmond, &c. R. R. 
— V. Sute 

V. Torrington 

Priest V. Glenn 
Primm p. Stewart 
Prince p. Dlackbarn 

p. Smith 

Pringle p. Pringle 
Printup p. Patton 
Prior F. Sute 
Proctor p. Honghtaling 

p. Old Colony R. R. 

Praitt p. Cox 

Pockett p. State 

Pollen p. Hutchinson 

Pullman Palace Car p. Harkins 



368^3 

6881^ 

468B 

1179a« 

188»*, 891*i 

1229i» 

4637, 46322 

9lOi« 

5642 

267» 

267" 

654«, 5546 

257»T 

21" 267'" 
12296 
978M 



Purdj p. Purdy 
Posey p. Wright 
Pntnam p. Goodall 



91012 
2762 
8682 



QciMBT p. BozzeU 12297, 122914, 1229i» 



Badclipfb p. Ins. Co. 
Rsddyffe p. Barton 
Bsder r. McElvane 
Radford r. State 
Radley p. Seider 
Railing r. Com. 
Railroad p. Crider 
Railway Co. p. Beeler 

p. Cronin 

p. Henderson 

p. Herrick 

p. McKenna 

— — p. Murphy 

p. Strout 

p. WhittoQ 

Rains p. State 
Rainwater p. Elmore 
Ralph p. Brown 
Ralston p. Miller 
Rand p. Dodge 
Randal p. Yates 



11792, 1179* 
5541 

8081'^ 
470* 

97812 

470« 

2761* 

808* 

858" 

463», 46328, 468** 

891« 89l*« 

622 

468", 46318 

62* 

18;3i» 

588-8 

6781S 

36819 

412" 

4522 

6228 



Randall p. Connecticut Rirer R. R. 52« 



r. Turner 

Randolph p. Loughlin 

p. Woodstock 

Htpley p. Klugh 

Ratliff r. Vandikea 

Raw r. People 

Rawley p. Brown 

Haw Manf g Co. r. Townsend 

Rawson p. Haigh 

Hay r. Bell 



8087 

1229», 1229»i 
978*7 

8081^ 
91012 

21»: 
188« 
8.5812 
391« 
978« 



Ray V. Blackwell 

V. Castle 

Raynham v. Canton 
Raynor p. Lyons 
Read v. Com. 
Real V, People 
Re Assignment of Rea 
Redfield v. Gleason 
Redllch V. Baurlee 
Reed v. Wilson 
Reese p. Reese 

p. Strickland 

Reeve v, Dennett 

V. Liverpool, &c. Ins. Co. 

Reeves p. State 
R. V. Andrews 

p. Beckwith 

V. B^rub^ 

V. Chasson 

V, Doyle 

p. Mailloux 

V. Pah-Mah-Gay 

p. Peltier 

p. Perry 

p. Reaney 

p. Romp 

— 1». Smith 

p. Sparham 

p. The Minnie 



lieid r. McWhinnie 

p. Reid 

V. Warner 

Reinhart p. Miller 

p. Oconto Co. 

Reis V. Hellman 
Reitz p. State 
Renand p. Abbott 
Reuier v. Dwelling-house 
Renner p. Bank of Columbia 
Rex p. Clewes 



QQgS 

46S» 463^ 

1179" 

80812 

622** 

978*0, 97b« 

36812 

8087,8081* 

4631* 

21*, 2122 

1229«i 

80«28 

2185* 

2762 

8682 

636* 

685*. 6368 

9102i 

25712, 2672) 

68821 

188*, 978»i 

9101* 

470" 

685> 

47012 

6881* 

470», 4702 

470», 470i\ 470" 

212 

2127, 21W 

26762 

122927, 1229», 1229*2 

1229" 

808* 

5542 

865» 
21" 

808« 
858" 
25712 



p. Inhabitants of Harringwortli 122912 



p. Morgan 

p. Oneby 

p. Plummer 

Hey bum p. Belotti 
Reynolds p. Longenberger 

p. Manning 

r. Robinson 

V. Scliaffer 

Hhoades p. Selin 
Ricard v. Williams 
Ft ice V. Rice 

p. Shook 

Rice's Succession 
Rich p. Eldredge 
Richards p. Day 

V. Elwell 

p. Noyes 

Richardson v. Beebe 

p. Boston 

V. Emery 

p. Kelley 

p. Milbum 

p. Newcomb 

p. Bobbins 



12296* 

1838 

1887 

1229^, 1229» 

18817 

5547, 664* 

8082* 

91020 

1179*2, 122920 

183« 

622!^ 
21» 

52i« 

463* 

808» 

183»» 

5547, 65410 

80810, 80811 

428« 

463*, 4fi3ia 

978*« 

218*, 868* 

12*29«» 

3582* 



ccxliv 



AMERICAJff TABLE OF CASES. 



Richmond t;. Patterson 1179^ 

Kicbmond, &c. K. K. v. Childress 365^, 

8tf6W, 366", 86616 
Kiddle v. Hudgins 8081' 

Kidgelej v. Johnson 122d^, 1229» 



Kiemer v. Kice 
Biggs V. Powell 
Kiley u, Johnston 

V. Mayor 

V. Pierce 

V. Treanor 

Kindge v. Breck 

u. Walker 

Uipley V. SeUgman 

V. Warren 

liisk V. State 
Kitchie v. Catlin 

V. Holbrooke 

Rixford v. Miller 
Robb V. Hewitt 
Robbins v. Bobbins 

17. Springfield 

V. State 

Robert's Appeal 
Roberts v. Com. 

V. Dixon 

V. Miller 

V. MuUenix 

V. Ogdensburg, &c. R. R. 

Robertson v. Lynch 
V. Miller 



808* 

1229«, 1229», 122968 

622" 



Robinson r. Adams 
-^ i\ Blnkely 

V. Chadwick 

V. Cutter 

V. Dana 

V. Dibble 

V. Gallier 

V. Gilman 

^— r. Hyers 

V. Hutchinson 

V. New Brunswick R. R. 

V. Peru, &c. R. R. 

V. Reynolds 

^-— V. Robinson 

-^ f. State 

— V. Stuart 

Rocco V. State 

Roche V. Eraser 

Rockey's Estate 

Rockwell V. Taylor 

Ro(!kwood V, Poundstone 

Rod en t'. Brown 

Rnderigas r. East Rirer Sayings 

Instn. 18o» 

Rodpers v. Crook S5^ 

Rodrian v. N. Y. &c. R. R. 62* 

Rodriguez v, Espinosa 891*^* 

Roe V. Roe 122967 

Rogers r. Crain 391» 

V. De Bardeleben. &c. Co. 891» 427^. 

42718 

V. Lyon 6228 

p.Mexia 11798 

1;. Ritter 1229» 1229«2,1229*\1229« 



80811 
41211 
8081* 

4636 
468-'» 
806» 

21M 

3666 
2186 

6222* 

18881 

66418 

635* 

978M 

621, 47018 

6642 

97816, 978W 

2672, 3589^ 8681* 

97888 

808" 

3669 

36816 

1229*6 

39189 

42718 

6222 

86818 

91022 

4688, 468" 

188*2 

212, 1179a, 117911 

8086 

978*7 

2672* 

97868 

97829 

2766 

267*6, 267*2 

6641,6648 

62228 

2762 

122989 

39128 

97829, 978>o 

36812 



to 

Rogers v. State 

V, Straub 

p. Tyley 

Roll V. St Ix)uts Smelting 

Rollins V. Henry 

Ronan v. Dugan 

Roop V. Clark 

Roosa V, Boston Loan Co. 

Root V. King 

Rose V. First Nat. Bank 

». Otis 

V. Winnsboro Bank 

Roseboom v, Billington 
Rosenbaum v. State 
Rosenkraus v. Barker 
Rosenthal v. Walker 
Ross V. Austin 
V, Boswell 

— V. Buhler 

V. State 

v. White 

Roten V. State 
Rothrock v. Perkinton 
Roupell V. Haws 
Rousey 0. Wood 
Rout V. Riley 
Rowell V. Fuller 

V. Newton 

Rowt V. Kile 

Royal V. Chandler 
Royal Ins. Co. t;. Schwing 
Ruan V. Perry 
Budd V. Frank 
Rudolph V. Lane 
Rufer r. State 
RuUman v. Barr 
Kuloff V. People 
Runiph V. Stare 
Rusch r. Rock Island 
Rusher v. State 
Russell p. Buckley 

V. Church 

V. Martin 

V. Sargent 

Ryan v. O' Conner 

V. People 

i\ State 

Ryerson v. Abingdon 



2122, 910» 

1229» 

Co. 68U 

1179*6 

2I» 

117921, 1179« 
391» 
1179" 
1229*7, i229», 
1229*1 
978*6, 978»' 
1229** 
452> 
8918 
2678» 
183» 
2122, 2l« 
21* 
910» 
267«, 391« 
301« 
4701* 
117912 
1229" 
2112, 1179» 
1229» 
1229**, 1229« 
808^ 
1229" 
4128 
2762, 2761* 
267« 

622* 

358a 

688« 

Z5& 

866» 

122921 

9781 

688» 

183« 188" 

808i» 

2128 

21«* 
«)8» 
978«' 

688* 
978« 



Sah LINGER r. People 188* 

St. Louis. &c. R. R. 0. Dearborn 80828 

V. Dobbins 36612 

V. Rexroad 910i« 

V. Sweet 978*' 

V. Thomas ' 664* 

u. Weaver 629. 62i« 

St. Paul, &c. Ins. Co. v. Gotthelf 978* 
St. Vrain Stone Co. v. Denver, &c. 

Salazar v. Taylor 12292T, 1229M 

Salem Gravel Road Co. v. Pennin|^ 

ton 891^, 89in 

Salomon r. State 21*^ 





B«fer«noet 


Saltsman v. N. T. &c. R. R. 


808" 


Sample v. Frost 


622» 


Sampson v. Noble 


1179'» 


V. Overton 


1179" 


Sam Sloan, The 


18825 


Sanborn v. Marphy 


808^4 


Sanches r. People 


97827 


Sfindera v. Reifter 


891»* 


V. State 


978*7 


— -^ V. Stokes 


218« 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



ccxlv 



V. Wakefield 978*, 978» 

Sunds r. State 588^ 
Sankey v. Cook 1229*^ 1229«», 1229«« 

Santa Ann v. Harlin 97S« 

Santissima Trinidad 2l< 

Sarahasa v. Armstrong 21>i 

Sarbach v. Jones 9102, 9W^ 
Sargent v. Hampden 622«, 622^, 6221^ 

Sartoriua v. Sute 978» 

Kasrcer v. Farmers' Bank 21*, 978^ 

Sauls V. State 688^ 

Saassy v. R. R. 267*7 

Savannah, &c. R. R. v. Gray 188^ 

r. HoUand 891» 

SaveUnd v. Green 868", 654* 

Sawyer v. Eifert 267^ 

V. Erbert 267» 

Sayrea v. Allen 978« 

Scales V. Desha 89l» 

Schaller r. State 267« 

Schaser r. Sute 267* 
Scbeffler v, Minneapolis, &c. R. R. 21», 

Schell V. Plumb 978**, 978« 

Schlaff p. Louisville, &c. R. R. Co. 891^ 
Scblater r. Winpenny 978** 

Schlencker v. State 978** 

Scblicht V. State 21» 

Schloss V, His Creditors 2^ 

Schmidt r. N. Y. &c. Ins. Co. 2673? 

c. State 2766 

Schnertaell v. Tonng 1179** 

Schoen r. Sunderiand 808^ 

School Dist V. Ins. Co. 21", 21» 21» 

p. Tattle 1179M 

School Furniture Co. v. Warsaw 

School Dist. 627 

Schriedley v. State 267^0 

Schroeder v. Chicago, &c. R. R. 365io 

366^ 365^* 
Schubkagel v. Dierstein ' 622<^ 

Scbuchardt r. Aliens 218* 

Schultz r. Chicago, &c. R. R. 808^^ 

Schuylkill Co. v. Copley 910^1 

Scofield V. Farlin, &c Co. 1884", 664^ 





664" 


Scoggin V. Dalrymple 


412* 


Scotia, The 


21*, 21" 


ScotUnd, The 


21* 


Scott V. Fletcher 


267« 




622«* 




21" 




1229«i 


r. Wood 


2761^ 


Scoville 0. Baldwin 


183* 



Scroggin v. McClelland 

V. Wood 

Searcy v. State 
Seargeaut v. Seward 
Searls t;. Knapp 
Sears v, Hayt 
Seavy r. Dearborn 
Sebree v. Dorr 
Secor i;. Testana 
Secrist r. Green 

V. Petty 

Seef V. State 

Seeley v. Engell 

S^guin V. Kochon 

Seiber v. Price 

Seip's Estate. Probst's Appeal 

Selden v. Myers 

V. State 

Selsers Estate 
Semple v. Hagar 
Sentell u. State 
Serviss v. Stockstill 



62W 

808^ 

68810, 688" 

910" 

21M 

891« 

276S 276" 978** 

8689,36817 

6641. 5544 

1179«^ 

21M 21 

688*1 

627 

978*» 

8082> 

622* 

808> 

0222 

8081 

218 

978» 
808^ 

Settle V. Alison 1179», 1179» 

Seventh Day, &c. Ass'n. v. Fisher 463^ 



Seward v. Garlin 
Seymour v. Cowing 
Shafer v. Lacock 
V. State 



868^ 

808« 

391" 

276* 

46310 

2671* 

62* 

391W, 891*0, 391*1 

122921, 12292* 

211* 

808» 

1229'* 

267« 
2118 



Shaffer v. McCrackin 
Shaffner t\ Com. 
Siiafter v. Evans 
Shailer v. Bumstead 
Shaller v. Brand 
Slianfelter v. Baltimore 
Shank v. Coulthard 
Shaw V. Bryant 

V. Emery 

r. State 

V. Susquehanna Boom Co. 891 2» 

Sharp V. Johnson 188** ,188*o 

Shearer v. State 276* 

Shearman v, Akins 4622 

Shelburne Falls Nat.Bk. r. Townsley 183*i 
Shelton v. Hampton 978"*, 978« 

V. State 62220 

Shepard o. Giddings 368» 

V. Mo. &c. U. R. 36612, 866«, 866i* 

S))epards()n v. Perkins 
Shephard v. State 
Shepherd v. Busch 
Sherff V. Jacobi 
Sherman r. Crosby 
Sherrell r. Murray 
Sherwood i;. Houston 
Shields v. Cunningham 
Shifflet t*. Com. 
Shirwin i;. People 
Shoemaker o. Kellog 

1'. Stiles 

Shoenberger r. Hackman 
Shorb V. Kinzie 



Shorey r. Hussey 
vShove V, Wiley 
Shown r. Bnrr 
1;. McMackin 



2761* 

6882* 

80810 

80821 

4622 

2114 

8912>, 117921 

978*-, 978** 
688" 
267« 
4631* 
80810 
86820, 86822 
1229" 
9782T 
4632*, 463*1, 978*, 978^ 

11792* 
183»5 



ccxlvi 



AMEBIGAN TABLE OF CASES. 



Shrowden v. Harper 
Sliroyer v. Miller 
Shubrick v. State 
Sliurtleff V. Parker 
Siiutte t;. Thompson 
Sibley v. Smith 
f. Waffle 



1229« 

2678* 

2126 

978** 
41210 

866i«, 866W 
622W 



Sidekum t;. Wabash, &c. R. R. 865^, 866i* 
Sill r. Reese l229*o 

Siliiman v. Tliomton 62^^ 

Simmons v. Trumbo 21* 

Simms v. Quebec, &c. R. R. 21^^* 

V. So. Express Co. 62" 

Simon V. State 622^ 

Simons v. Norton 1179** 

V. People 47011 

V. State 62^ 

Singer Mfg. Co. v. Clay 1229*^, 1229M 

V. Leeds 468" 

i;. McFarland 1229*2 

Sitler V. Gehr 4(58^7 

Skelton v, Liglit & Power Co. 978*7 

Skinner t;. Skinner 910" 

Skipworth v. Deyell 468", 4«3i*, 468" 
Slattery v. People 664*, 688* 

Slaughter r. Bernards 1179^ 

Sleeper v. Van Middlesworth 257** 

Sloan V. N. York Central 978**, 978**, 

978*3 

r. Thompson 122910, 12291? 

Slocovich V. Oriental Mut. Ins. Ca 218» 



Slossen r. R. R. 
Sluby V. Champlin 
Small V. Clewley 
Smith V. Allen 
— u. Asbell 

V. Blagge 

V. Brown 

V. Butler 

V. Coffin 

V. Com. 

V. Croom 

r. Cushman 

V. Ehanert 

V. Elder 

I*. Fenner 

— - V. Fitzgerald 

V. Forrest 

V. Fowler 

V. Geer 

V. Gillum 

V. Kander 

V. Knowlton 

r. Lane 

r. Lang 

V. Metropolitan R. R 

V. Moore 

r. Mussetter 

V. N. B. Society 

r. Nowells 



25726 

1229" 

27610, 276" 

3589 

1229i\ 1229" 

117922, 11 79-" 

8581^, 358" 

808--2* 

910", 910" 

3U1", 5889 

183" 

1179*8 

978W 

1179" 

1229-29 

8087 

4129 

554" 

427" 

276" 

1179" 

183^* 

468*>, 468», 97811 

808" 

978*8 

276* 
QQgag 

267", 891» 
41211 



r. Old Colony, &c. R. R, 267", 257» 

V. Palmer 6542 

V. Patterson 4279 

w. Potter 1179" 

i\ Powers 1179* 



toMges. 

Smith V. Putnam 

V. Redden 

V. Rentz 

V. Royalton 

u. San ford 

1;. Satterlee 

— V. Savings Bank 
D. Shell 

— V. Smith 
V. Speed 



891*,463» 

1179" 

468=" 

978« 

463i*,463» 

6547 

622" 

6547. 664" 

183«, 188>7, 1179** 

21« 21" 

i;. State 267*«, 3689, 868*, 470i«. 688*7, 

978", 978** 
V. Stevens 21« 

V. Swan 1229M 

V. West 1179** 

V. Whittier 39181, 891**, 654? 



I'. Zent 

Smitha v. Flonmoy's Adm. 
Smoot V. Russell 
Sneider v. Patterson 
Snodgrass v. Com. 
Snow 0. Alley 

p. Grace 

Snyder v. Snyder 
V, State 



Soaps i\ Eichbnrg 
Societa Italiana v. Sulzer 
Solary v. Webster 
Solita V. Jarrow 
Solomon v. Dreschler 
— V. Hughes 
Solomon, &c. R. R. r. Jones 978*, 9787. 

978" 
Solver V. Romanet 
Somers v. State 
V. Wright 



276' 

21» 2121 

62" 

808* 

978^ 

808" 
267**, 257*» 

978» 
688* 
664* 

80817 

808* 

1229** 

276« 

21" 



Somerville i'. Wimbish 
Somerville, &c. R. R. u. Donghty 
Sophia, The 
Soule V. Bruce 

South Kans. R. R. Co. r. Robbins 
South & N. Ala. R. R. Go. r. Wood 
Southern Bell Tele. Co. v. Lynch 
Southern Express Co. r. Thornton 1229** 
Southern, &c. Ins. Co. v. Wilkinson 427* 
S. W. School District of Bolton v. 



21*1 

21" 
46821 

21" 
978" 
808" 
257« 
267» 

21*7 
365" 



Wiiliiims 
South wick t\ South wick 
Southworth v. Hoag 
Spaids r. Barrett 
Spalding v. Lowe 
Sparf V. U. S. 
Sparhawk r. Sparhawk 
Sparks r. Com. 
— r. Sparks 
Spaulding t^. Hood 

V. Vincent 

Spaunhorst v. Link 
Spearman v. State 
Spears r. Burton 

1'. Forrest 

r. International Ins. Co. 

V. Lawrence 

Speer v. Coate 
Spencer r. Curtis 



412* 

622* 

2761 

808** 

91017 

688*, 6881* 

91021 

391** 

212*, 2769, 622*, 622* 

2761* 

62", 117910, 11791* 

978**, 978** 

6889* 

188** 

267*7 

267» 

86819 

412*, 412» 
2121 



AMEBICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



ccxlvii 



Spencer v. Fortescue 891^ 

r. Langdon 1179», 117921 

V. New York, Ac. R. R. 891* 

V. Roper 188**, 183« 

Spengler r. Williamt 2l» 

Spohn r. Missouri, &c. & R. 978«6, 978«7 



8pradling r. Conwaj 
Spngins v. White 
Spragae r. Sprague 
Springfield, &c. R. R. v, Allen 
Squire r. State 
Suu:ku8 V. N. Y. R. R. 
Suger V. Pass. R7. Co. 
Stallings v. Gottachalk 

r. HuHum 

r. State 

Stamper p. Griffin 
Stanglein 1;. State 



6223 

622 

12298'' 

80810 

183»« 

52« 

62* 

46311, 80818 

622* 

891W 

267»7, 9786* 

1179i«, II791T 



Suples p. Edwards, && Co. 806^ 8O8I* 



V, Llano Co. 

p. Wellington 

Stipleton V, King 
Starkey p. People 
Starr p. Com. 
Starratt p. Mullen 
State p. Abbott 

p. Ah Chuey 

e. Aldrich 

p. Allen 

p. Alston 

p. Anderson 

— p. Angelo 
— - p. Archer 
^— p. Arnold 

p. Ayer 

p. Bailey 

p. Baker 

p. Baldwin 

p. Banister 

p. Banks 

— p. Barber 
p. Bartlett 

p. Beal 

— — p. Beebe 

p. Behrman 

p. Belcher 

p. Belknap 

p. Belton 

r. Benner 

V. Bertin 

p. Blackbnm 

p. Blake 

p. Blize 

p. Bloom 

p. BosweU 

p. Bowe 

r. Bowen 

p. Bowman 

p. Boyd 

• — p. Branham 

p. Brascamp 

p. Britt 

— - p. Brooksliire 

— p. Broughton 



183*« 

808*1 

80810 

4701^ 

470i« 

2762 

2128 

8652^ 

4701* 

6366 

267* 

588W 68818, 68828 

978*8 

2678T, 978" 

866i«, 470" 

6222* 

2110 

62221 

978*7 

470* 

89122 

636* 

1179", 11798', 117988^ 

1179*0 

267*8 

62220, 62221 

6888 

8912, 891», 39188, 4702 

688* 

91018, 91014 

62222, 97838 978», 978** 

86518 

47010, 4701* 

391*8 

6852 

26788, 26760 

267*8 

6888 

2128 

688* 
2182 

688», 688*, 68818 

2181 

866* 

97817, 97828 

6882 



to 

State p. Brown 
— V. Bruce 

V. Buffington 

r. Burton 

p. Cadwell 

p. Cain 

p. Cake 

p. Caldwell 

p. Calhoun 

p. Callahan 

p. Cameron 

p. Carr 

p. Carrick 

p. Cass 

p. Center 



688^, 688», 8088, gos* 

6648,6889 

6228 

6648 

622^ 

3688, 39180 

1179**, 1179*8 

47011 

622* 

636^ 

47018 

68818, 122928 

6881, 6882^, 68821 

80821 

470", 47012, 470", 470i* 

6228 



p. Central, &c. R. R. 

V. Chamberlain 

p. Chambers 

p. Church 

p. City of Dabnqne 

p. Clark 

p. Clifford 

V. Clinton 

p. Clothier 

p. Cole 

V. Colwell 

p. Cook 

V. Cooper 

p. CoupenhaTer 

p. Crab 

p. Crawford 

p. Crockett 

p. Cronin 

p. Croteau 

p. Crowell 

p. Crowson 

V. Daley 

p. Danforth 

p. Daniel 

p. Darnell 

p. David 

V. Dawson 

p. De Graff 

p. Delesdenier 

p. Denny 

p. District Board 

p. Donelon 

p. Dooley 

p. Dooris 

p. Douglass 

p. Drake 

p. Duncan 

p. Dun well 

p. Ed don 

p. Edwards 



p. Elliotte 
p. Ellwood 
p. Evans 
r. Fassett 
p. FelU 
p. Fitzhugh 
p. Fitzsimmont 
p. Folwell 



36812 

18328 

6881,91020 

2188 

2118 

891*^ II7918 

68818 

1229*8, 122981 

1179*2 

628 

97811 

9101T 

2111 

62228 

686', 9102^ 

2760, 27618 

6648 

4708 

621 

2768 

68810, 68828 

26781 

865* 

47012 

68812 
122981 

636* 

68818, 122981 

2111 

2110 

2188 

978*8 

68828 

117918 

25781, 9108, 9108 

6881*, 688", 58821 

68828 

2lin 

470* 

6888, 9101, 9109, 91022, 

910M 
47010, 47018, 47018 
978*8 
27618 
62220, 62221 
68812,68818 
4707, 47010 
97818, 97810 
26718 



ccxlviii 



AMERICAN TABLE OP CASES. 



BefervnoM 

4W, 470", 470" 

257«> 

391*» 

891« 978« 

865», 68821 

688», 588«, 688» 

1229«, 1229" 

891» 

688», 688", 9788 

688>,688B 

978» 

470i« 

688« 

6881 

97861 

622» 

978" 

688", 68886 

688W 

21» 

622« 

891« 

868i»,868« 

68818 

978", 9781*, 978" 978M 

8688 

188« 

68810 

391*1 

470« 

688» 

1229*^, 1229M 

1229" 

978** 

21", 6861 

635* 

622« 

622^ giOi'' 

6362 

183", 183*0 

276« 

621, i88» 

688T 

V. Hopkins 86817, 468", 468», 978» 
V. Horton 366*, 8918 

V. Howard 8918, 6548, 5882*, 

9102, 91 on 



State V, Foot Ton 

1;. Ford 

V. Fox 

u. Freeman 

V. Fritz 

p. Garrett 

V. Garrey 

V. Gay 

V. Gedicke 

V, George 

1'. German 

V. Gesell 

V. Gile 

V. Gilroan 

V. Glynden 

V, Glynn 

-^ r. Godwin 
^— V, Goodwin 

V. Goriiam 

— - V. Gossett 

v. Goyette 

V. Gray 

— V. Gregory 

r. Gurnee 

v. Habib 

V. Hagan 

r. Halstead 

-^ V. Hannibal, &c. B. B. 
^■^ V. Hansen 

t'. Hargrave 

V. Harper 

u. Harrison 

V. Harvey 

i;. Hastings 

V. Hawn 

V. Hayes 

1;, Hay ward 

V. Hazleton 

V. Hedgepatb 

V. Heed 

r. Henke 

I?. Hirsch 

p. Hodge 

V. HoUenscheit 



V. Hoyt 

p. Hutchinson 

p. Intox. Llqnors 

V. Jackson 

V. James 

p. Jarrett 

V. Jefferson 

V. Joest 

u. Jolinson 



r. Jolly 
V. Jones 

V. Jordan 
V. Janeaa 
p. Jnrche 
V. Kelly 



6228 
1179*2 
21« 
6218 
622" 
218, 2111 
26788 
427» 
2121, 26782, 47010, 470", 
470", 688", 68828, 97344 

91020 

276", 891**, 391*8, 891*7, 

470*, 688W, 6882* 

97811 

9108 

621 

18880 



are to pages. 




State p. Kidd 


ear 


p. Kimball 


188» 




470», 470»' 


p. King 


257«*, 267*8, 391» 


p. Kingsbary 


978« 


p. Kinley 


978« 


p. Kinney 


391*' 


p. Knapp 257", 267», 257*8, 866^, 




86518, 39147 


p. Knowles 


689 


p. Koontz 


1229*» 


p. Langford 


91(F 


p. Lanier 


257« 


p. I^page 

p. Lee Soon 


257" 
97817, 978a 


r. Lewis 


183**,978» 


p, Litchfield 


635> 


p. Lowliome 


58817 


p. Lull 


978» 


p. Madison 


6681 568>' 


p. Marion Connty Ct 21* 


p. Martin 


978« 


p. Mayes 


978» 


p. McAllister 


257« 


p. McBryde 


8P 


p. McClain 


391* 


p. McDonnell 


6882, 588» 


p. McGahey 


978*8, 978" 


p. McGIll 


sm 


p. Medlicott 


4708, 470U 


p, Mellican 


622» 


V. Merrill 


267« 




62211 


p. Michael 910*, 910*, 9108, 91011, 

01 AH 


P. Miller 


01V 

686«, 6S5», 686^ 


p. Minnick 


21» 


p. Mitchell 


688tf 


p. Molier 


6361 


p. Montgomeiy 


978» 




21« 21« 


p. Morrison 


27e» 


p. Moy Looke 


52»* 


V. Munson 


6888 


p. Murfreesboro 


2111 


p. Murray 


26788,688* 


r. Nash 


470a 


p. Neill 


910» 


p. Nettlebush 


470* 


p. Niles 


891*1, 391« 


p. Nixon 


978*7 


p. Nocton 


4709, 4701* 


p. Norris 


9780 


p. Northmp 


26711 


p. Pearce 


910*' 


p. Pennington 


2121, 9100 


p. Perkins 


267*7, 267» 664* 


p. Pettaway 


022*8 


p. Phair 


4eS>8,46S«7 


r. Phelps 


910» 


p. Phillips 


6881 


p. Pike 


628 


p. Plym 


183«, 1888*, 188*" 


p. Pool 


4701 


— p. Powers 


21» 21*1 



AMEBTCAN TABLB OF CASES. 



-TJ 



ccxlix 



to 



State V. Pratt 

< V. Ragsdale 

r. RawU 

r. Ray 

V. Raymond 

». Red 

V. Reed 

V. Rights 

V. Rodrigoea 

V. Rogers 

V. Rood 

V. Rogan 

17. Rnmell 

p. Salge 

r. Saanden 

V. Sayeri 

p. Schilling 

p. Scott 

F. Sevenon 

p. Seymour 

V. Shaffer 

p. Shaw 

p. Shelton 

p. Shulord 

p. Sibley 

p. Simon 

p. Smith 

p. Snow 

p. Soper 



078* 
978*7 

978" 

978** 

18S», 18»», 368T, 686« 

688^ 
267«, 4701^ 664», 688* 

183»^ 

688" 

688^ 

62P 

257*6 

470», 036* 

978", 978«> 

470*, 470", 470" 

978W 

21« 

1229»i 

527 

868B 

470" 

270* 

470* 

257* 

588* 

478», 470", 4701* 

865* 

521 

82226 



p. Sparrow 978", 978i*, 978", 978", 

978" 



p. Spence 
V. Stade 
p. Staley 
r. Stallinga 
r. Stanley 
p. Staton 
r. Stebbins 
p. Stephen 
r. Sterrett 
p. Stokeley 
p. Streeter 
r. Salliran 
p. Swayze 
p. Swift 
r. Tabor 
p. Talbert 
p. Tally 
p. Tatro 
p. Taylor 
p. Terrell 
p- Thomas 
r. Thompson 
' r. Tilghman 

- p. Tompkins 

r. Trivas 

 r. Turner 

 r. Twe^y 
p. Twitty 

 r. Ulrich 

 p. Umble 

 p. Underwood 

- p. Vaigneur 
-p. Vann 



1229*7 

1179" 

978** 

257*<» 

978" 

9787 

635*,635<» 

628 

622*, 622" 6221* 

622M 

6865, 6867 

4706 

1887 

47010 

26720 

4706 

622" 

58817 

978«7, 978*0 

4706 

2678, 978" 

21« 1229*», 12296* 

526 

1229», 1229", 122961, 

1229« 

4701* 

6221 

4706 

117911, 1179" 

21« 

4701 

910», 91010 

68821, 588« 

688« 



State V. Vaughan 

V, VoUander 

— V. Wagner 



V, Walsh 

p. Walters 

1;. Walton 

V, Ward 

V. Warner 

V. Warren 

V, Watson 

». Watt 

V. Watters 

V. Way 

V. Weiners 

V. Weldon 

V. Wells 

V, Wentworth 

V. Westfall 

V. White 

V. Whitson 

V. Whittier 

p. Whitworth 

p. Williams 

V. Wilner 

V. Wilson 

p. Wingo 

V. Winningham 

p. Winston 

0. Wood 

p. Woodruff 

p. Woodside 

p. Wright 

p. Zellars 

State Bank v. Curran 
Steamboat Co. r. Brockett 
Steams p. Doe 

V. Hall 

p. Merchants' Bank 



470» 

910» 

21*, 21», 21«, 21«. 

470» 

978» 

2676, 267", 978** 

4706 

2677, 978", 1229**, 1229« 

891*7 

978» 

686*, 6368, 978*0 

688" 

427« 

2676 

86618 

9102 

188»,636* 

267", 68817 

4707, 91011 

622" 

4706 

910*, 9106, 910«, 910" 

97816 

21", 47017 

183«« 

183*7, 4707, 4708, 470" 

2767 

6881* 

68828 

3686, 46328, 62222, 6361 

366* 



Stoddard v. Burton 
Stokes p. Dawes 

V. Macken 

p. People 

V. State 

Stone p. Hunt 

p. Ins. Co. 

V. State 

Stow V. Converse 
Stowe V. Bishop 
Stebbins p. Duncan 
Steed V. Knowles 
Steele p. Lord 

p. Wood 

Steeples p. Newton 
Stein p. Bowman 
Steiner v. Jester 

p. Snow 

p. Stranum 



91017, 91018 

188*8 

978" 

21" 

391JW 

35828 

80828 

97086, 07827, 

97828 

1832* 

4278 

218 

427", 978*0, 978*6 

18880, 267*6, 267*8 

2768 

978" 

89161, 58818 

257«* 

6641* 

86818 

868", 868a 

8582' 

6641 
257*7 

622' 
1229*7 

1179*1 
12298 
80810 



Steinhoff p. M*Rae 

Steinmetz v. Versailles Turnpike 

Co. 2121 

Stephen p. State 21^6 

Stephens p. Bemays 1179^8, 11792* 

Stephenson p. Bannister 117926 



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AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



BaforenoM an to pages. 



Stertz u. Stewart 
Stettaner v. White 
Stevens v. Bomar 

V. McNamara 

V, Miles 

V. B. R. 

V. State 

V. Stevens 

V. Taft 

Stevenson v. Hoy 

V. Sute 

Stewart v. Kverts 

V. Scott 

V, Sonnebom 

V. Swanzy 



Stier V. Oskaloosa 
Stiles v. Eastman 

V, Estabrook 

Stinchfield v, Emerson 
Stinde v. Goodrich 
r. Ridgway 



267» 
46383 

1179** 

18S», 188W 

368U 

89163 

868» 

21 

183« 

868» 

8686, 366» 

891» 

868" 

626 

117910, 11791*, 1179*J, 
1179*1, 117928 

2111 

636« 

978^* 

183W 

183« 
183*2, i83« 



Stockbridge v. West Stockbridge 
Stokes V. U. S. 
Story V. Kimball 

p. Lovett 

Stratton i;. Hawks 
Strauss v. Bodeker 
^— i;. Gross 
Street v. State 
Strickler v. Burkholder 
Stringfellow u. State 
Strode v. Churchill 
Strong V. Bradley 

u. Brewer 

Strother v. Christy 

V. Lucas 

Stroud V. Tilton 
Stuart V, Havens 
Stubbs V. State 
Studley v. Hall 
Studstill V. State 
StuU 17. Thompson 



1179»* 

1229« 

1179«8 

1229M 

86811 

808« 

80828 

267^, 267» 
2768 

978^ 
117927,117928 

117988 

1229» 

1179*4 

1229*2, 1229» 

468», 463", 468W 46822 

36610, 86611, 36618 

2li« 

62224 

2125 

808^ 



Stumm V. Hummel 3668 

Sturla p. Freccia 11798 

Succession of Delachaise v. Magin- 



nis 
Succession of Justus 
Succession of Morvant 
Sullivan v. Collins 
-^ V. Com. 

V, Hense 

V. Kuykendall 

r. Lear 

— V. State 

V. Sullivan 

Sumner v. Blair 

Sun Accident Ass. r. King 



276* 

1179" 

122927, 122986 

8088 

4709 

218 

18381 

8082* 

470* 

91021 

978", 97888 

91018 



Susquehanna, &c. Ins. Co. v. Mar- 

dorf 368», ZbS^"^ 

Sutton V. Johnstone 62* 

Swain o. Cheney 468i«, 46321 

p. Comstock 2112 

Swan p. Humphreys 622i'> 
p. Morgan 4628 



Swann p. Honsman 91(P* 

Sweet p. Sherman 2678^, 978" 

Sweigart p. Uichards 12S9^ 

Swift p. Mass. &c. Co. 891** 

Swift Electric Light Co. p. Grant 978" 
Swink p. French 427U 

Swinnerton v. Columbia Ins. Co. 218'>, 21" 
Syme p. Stewart 62», 62i> 



Tait p. Hall 
Talbot p. Seaman 
Talbott p. Hedge 
Tams p. Bullitt 
Tarbox p. State 
Tate p. Penne 

p. Tate 

Taulman p. State 
Taylor, Re 
Taylor p. Bank 
^— V. Crockett 

p. Evans 

p. Godfrey 

p. Gould 

-^ p. Horsey 

p. Peck 

p. R. R. 

p. State 



3918 

621*, 1179« 

1229M, 1229« 

218* 

257W 

6^2* 

4628, 622i», 62218, 686* 

9101" 

8911 

1179» 

808«>,808fl 

622^ 

62* 

462* 

891» 

6541 

391»T, 654» 

6881, 58818, 688a, 

978". 97hi< 



6221* 

588* 

1229» 

257*' 

267*8, 267" 

62* 

470* 



Tays p. Carr 
Teachout p. People 
Teall p. Van Wyck 
Tedens v. Schumers 
Teese p. Huntingdon 
Teipel r. Hilsendegen 
Temple v. State 
Temple St. Cable R. R. p. Bell- 
man 276»8 
Templeton p. Morgan 21" 
Tennant p. Dudley 6648, 6648 
Tenney v. Tuttle 267*' 
Tennis p. Rapid Transit Ry. Co. 391" 
Tensley p. Penniman 868** 
Terra Haute R. R. r. StockweU 35818 

p. Voelker 62* 

Terrill p. Beecher 463», 468* 

Territory p. Ely 12298 

Terry p. Birmingham Nat. Bk. 463» 

Tessmanp. Supreme Commandery 1179^ 
Tessmann p. United Friends 1179" 

Tewksbury p. Schulenberg 218* 

Texas, &c. Coal Co. p. La wsod 468" 978* 
Texas, &c. R. R. p. Barron S918* 

21«» 

62» 

891'* 

26728, 267*' 

21 » 

97^ 

664J2, 654« 

2111, 21* 

1229* 

808^ 

891*» 

554* 



p. Black 
p Chapman 
p. Robertson 



Thayer p. Boyle 
Tlieilmann p.' Burg 
Third Nat. Bank p. Owen 
Thorn p. Hess 
Thomas v. Cora. 

V. Dunn 

u. Hammond 

V. Herrall 

p. Gage 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



ccli 



Bef orenoM are topagM. 



Thomas r. Griffin 

r. Kennedy 

p. People 

V. State 

r. Thomas 

Thompson v. Bell 
— r. Boston 



6228 

808^ 

1837, 267», 267« 

1229*7 

188»7 

808« 
267» 



r. Erie Railway Co. 

r. German Valley B. Co. 

r. Haskell 

r. Ish 

r. Mr X well 

e. Musser 

r. State 

V. Stewart 

r. Wertz 

Thomson »>. Porter 



12208 
622" 

2118 

891» 
80810 

1179", 1179" 

078J«, 978*» 

21», 1179", 11791* 

978*7 

4637, 4688, 463" 



Thomson* Houston Electric Co. i;. 

Palmer S&S^ 

Thornton r. Thornton 978^7, 978" 

Thorp p. Goewey 622" 

Thrasher v. Everhart 62", 62" 

r. Ingram 1179i», 1179^", 1179M 

1179« 1179*7 
Tliresdgill r. White 
Thurman r. Cameron 
Thurmond p. Clark 
Thurston p. Masterson 

r. Wliltney 

'HhbaU p. Iffland 

Tilk p. Parsons 

TUlie, The 

Tillotson p. Warner 

— p. Webber 

Ting^ley p. Fairharen Land Co. 

Tinker p. State 



6642 

1179*» 

808« 

122921, 12292* 

910". 91012 

86811 

891*2 

18328 

11798», 1179» 

11796 

391» 

2l» 



Tisdale r. Conn. &c. Ins. Co. 183» 

Titus p. Ash 267*«, 267« 978*« 

Tobacco Co. v. McElwee 664* 

Tobias p. Treist 978*2 

Tobin p. Shaw 1832», 391*« 

Todd V. Bowley 267*i 

Toledo. &c. R. R. v. Bailey 978*2 

Tolraan v. Emerson 18317, iggis^ 12292« 

p. Ward 8082* 

Tolson p. Inland, &c. Coasting Co. 2761^ 
Tome p. Parkersburg Branch R. R. 

1229", 122988 
TomliDion p. Greenfield 2129 

Toms r. Beebe 6228 

Tooicer p. Gormer 6642 

Toole p. Xichol 9788* 

Toomer p. Gadsden 463" 

Topiitx p. Hedden 978** 

Torbert p. Wilson 1179=» 

Totten P. U. S. 62220 

Towle p. Blake 89188 

Town of So. Ottawa v. Perkins 21i8 

Town«end r. Slate 62i 

Traction Co. p. Board of Works 11791, 
1179», 1179*1,1 179*«, 1179*8 
Trtmmell r. Hiidmon 4628 

p. McDade 97828 

—  p. Pilgrim 8082 

TtaraUers Ins. Co. v, Sheppard 891i*, 89118 



Travis p. Brown 
Trenier u, Stewart 
Trimble v. Edwards 
Trout V. Virginia R. R. 
Trojillo V, Terr. 
Tucker v. Constable 

p. Donald 

V. Finch 

V. Hyatt 

V. Peaslee 

p. Smith 

V. Sute 



1229» 

218* 

21»i, 86811 

628 

97820, 97822 

391" 

89182 

622« 
122982 

218*, 3918 

412*. 412» 

212* 

978*» 

8668 

6648 



p. Welsh 

Tudor Iron Works 0. Weber 

Tufts V. Charlestown 

Tuley p. Barton 808", 8O8I1, 8081' 

Tully V. Fitcliburg R. R. 36618, 866«2 

Tunstoll p. Cobb 1229**, 122981 

Tumbuil p. Payson 218, 117910^ 117987^ 



V. Richardson 

Turner v. Dewan 

p. Fish 

p. Luning 

p. State 

p. Turner 

p. Waddington 

V. Warren 

Turner's Estate 
Tumey p. State 
Turnipseed v. Hawkins 
Turnpike Co. v. Heam 
Tuttle p. Fitchburg R. R. 

p. Gridley 

V. Hainey 

Tutton p. Darke 
Tylden p. Bullen 
Tyler v. Flanders 

p. Old Colony R. R. 

p. Todd 

Tyson v. Booth 



1179e» 

2182 

4628 

218 

2671* 

866i»,4708 

80821 

117911 

6228 

6228 

97828 

1229*0 

267*1 

2672 

91011, 91012 

122988 

2128 

1229" 

427* 
39126 

1229*7 

26718 



V. Reese 



Uddbrzook p. Com. 2188, 36620 

Udy V. Stewart 627, gofis 

U£ford p. Spaulding 62i8 

Uhlman v. Arnholdt, &c. Brewing Co. 183^1 
Ullman v. Babcock 122967 

Union p. Plainfield 4278, 427* 

Union Bank p. Knapp 468l^ 46;^20 

Union Pac. R. R. v. BoUford 3667, 3659, 

86610, 8661* 

978*8 

8082 

977*7 

218, 117i)80 

2180 

183* 

188*», 183«» 

621 

217, 2120, 11796 

26788, 267*7 

86818 

2127 

62221 
3668 



Union Stove Wks. v. Arnonx 
Unis V. Charlton 
U. S. p. Amedy 

V. 4000 American Gold Coin 

p. Anthony 

V. Babcock 

p. Battiste 

p. Beebe 

p. Bredemeyer 

p. Britton 

p. Burns 

p. Charles 

V. Collins 



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AMERICAN TABLE OF GASES. 



BeferanoeB are to pagea. 



U. 8. p. Duconrneau 

V. Fuller 

r. Gooding 

V. Gunnell 

0, Hanwaj 

— ^ V. Harries 

V. Hay ward 

1;. Heath 

p. Jackalow 

p. Jackson 

V. Johns 

V, Jourdine 

V. Kirkwood 

V. La Venaeanoe 

». Mayfield 

V. Moaes 

V. Nardello 

V. Nott 

— V. Palmer 

p. Reybum 

V. Rejnes 

V. Richard 

V. Ritchie 

— V, RosB 

V. Schneider 

V. Teschmaker 

V. Turner 

p. Union Pac. R. R. 

p. Vaii Leuven ^ 

— p. Vansickle 

— p. Wiggins 

— p. Williams 

— p. Wood 
U. S. Bank p. Buraon 



21« 
218, 210 

183M 

267» 

6861 

6867 

276* 

470* 
2134 

2122 

21« 117»", 1179«o 

89161 

6881 

2184 

6880 
62226 

891*8 

688i«, 68821 

21* 

S58S 

217 

688» 

21» 

188», 188*7 

47011 
2189 

21W 

2181 

6866 

267« 257*7, 267*» 

188», 11708 

58810 

6361, 6869 

46318 



U. S. Sugar Refinery p. E. P. AUis 

Co. 8588 

U. S. Vinegar Co. p. Foehrenbach 117013 



Vahlb p. Brackenseik 
Valentine p. Piper 
Van Alstyne p. Smith 
Van Bokkelen p. Taylor 
Van Buskirk p. Mulock 
Vance p. Vance 
Vanderlin p Hovis 
Vandervoort v. Columbian 
Vanderwerker p. People 
Van Deusen p. Turner 
Van Gunden p. Va. Coal & 
Van Kirk p. Scott 
Van Riper p. Morton 
Van Sickle r. Gibson 

p. People 

Van Storch p. GrifRn 
Van Syckel p. Dalrymple 
Van Wyck p. Mcintosh 

V«88*8 Case 
Vastine p. Wilding 
Vaughan p. Com. 

p. State 

Velten p. Carmack 
Viall p. Smith 
Vickers p. Battershall 



21» 21M 

183*8, 122910 

6228, 80821 

8087,80827 

117911, 117913 

26787 

8086 

Ins. Co. 117018 

2120 

4127 

Iron Co. 86811 

8087 

11701 

427« 
122068 

267«8 

80818 

1229««, 122967, 

122968, 122988 

4708, 47016 

1832* 

47012, 5881* 

6366 

808» 

427«, 42711 

808» 



Vicknair p. Trosclair 
Vicksburg R. R p. O'Brien 



8O8»,910* 
301". 391» 
3912«, 978« 
891» 



p. Putnam 

Vignie p. Brady 808* 

Vigus p. O'Bannon 276* 

Village of Ponca r. Crawford 891> 

Village of Winooski p. Gokey 2P 

Vinai p. Giiman 4S8* 
Vincent p. State 0106, 0108, 9109 

Vining p. Baker \&^ 
Vinton p. Peck 866», 12206«, 1229", 1229« 

Violet p. Rose 1239" 

Volkenand p. Drum SOS^i 

Voorhies p. Hennessy 808* 

Vosburgh p. Thayer 463^, 46? 

Vose p. Manly 1179" 

Vriets p. Hagge 27d» 



891" 

267**, 257* 

1229" 



Waddblb p. N. Y. &C. R. R. 
Waddingham v. Hulett 
Waddington p. Cousins 
Waddle p. Owen 

Wade p. State 0106, 910* 

Wakefield p. Ross 010", 910U 

Walbridge p. Jones 4277 

Waldele p. N. Y. Cen. &c. R. 470^ 

Walden p. Canfield 2in 

p. Finch 078" 

Walker p. Allen 21* 

p. Curtis 62* 

p. Detroit, Ac. R. R. 276ii, 978" 



p. Greenlee 
p. Marseilles 
p. Murray 
p. Sanborn 
p. State 



p. Steele 

p. Stetson 

p. Wheatly 

Wall p. Dovey 
Wallace p. Fletcher 

p. Harris 

p. Howard 

p. Ken nelly 

p. State 

p. Townsend 

p. White 



26» 

4271 

622* 

470«, 6881, 010*, 910i» 

910» 
1229« 

46311, 468n 

188*7, 183*« 

183* 

427» 

218* 

470» 

8^ 

267" 



Waller v. Eleventh School District 358^ 



p. Graves 

Watston p. Com. 
Walter p. Hoeffner 
Walton p. Coulson 



Ward, Estate of 
Ward p. Henry 

p. Mcintosh 

p. Saunders 

— p. State 

p. Young 

Ware p. Ware 
Warener p. Kingsmill 
Waring p. 13. 8. Telg. Co. 



2» 
47017, 470i» 

188" 1229W, 12291'. 
12205a, 1229" 

2111 

183« 

1170», 1179« 

6881* 

978" 

276^, 2701* 

11701*, 1179*» 

564* 



AMERICAN TABLE OF GASES. 



ccliii 






Wariick v. White 


866B, aeen 


Warner o. Com. 


1179» 


17. State 


010» 


Warren v. Chapnum 


978» 


V. Gabriel 


078». 978» 


Wasbabangh v. Entriken 11799° 


Washington v. State 


978«, 978*» 


Waterman v. Whitney 


391*0, 39141 


Watkina v. Holman 


1179* 


V. Paine 


8688 


Watrooa v. McGrew 


1179» 


Watson V. Brewater 


891W 427». 1229" 


V. Com. 


63d<,6367 


— p. Miller 


808*0, 978*, 97811 


V. Tindal 


I88W 



p. Walker 21«, 1179«, 1179^, 1179" 

Watte p. Kilbum 1229^*, 1229io 

— V. Owena 427* 

Waii-kon-chaw-neek-kaw v. U. S. 978*^ 
Way p. Bntterworth 6223* 

— - r. Croea 463i* 

Weathersly v. Weathersly 90«^ 

Weaver r. GainsTille dO«^ 

V. McElhenor 2l« 

p. Whilden 1229» 

Webb p. State 978", 978a* 

Webber p. Dunn 664» 

Weber p. Cable Ry. Ca 628 

p. Ilting 808B 

Webster p. Caldeo 1 1 79*? 

p. Woodford 808^ 

Wedgwood's Case 1179*» 

Weeks p. Medler 808i« 

Weitman r. Thiot 122921 

Welch p. Abbot 978**, 978*« 

Welder p. McComb 1 1 79ai 

Welland Canal Co. p. Hathaway 36817, 

6641* 
WelU p. Hatch 463ia 

p. Jackson Iron Mfg. Co. 21", 21«« 

WeUs» 4c. Ex. p. Fuller 8O8II 

Welsh r. Barrett 468», 463» 

p. Stata 2763 

WendeU p. Abbott 412^, 1 179*« 

Wendt p. St Paul 978W, 978» 978» 

Wentworth p. Wentworth 183*8 

Wesson p. Washburn Iron Co. 891*, 891& 
West p. Fleck 8O8I1 

p. State 188», 1833», 462^, 470», 1229*7, 

1229*9 
Western U. TeL Co. v. CUne 368i7,868n 

p. Collins 868i« 

p. Henderson 89 1 ** 

V. Shotter 868i« 

r. Stevenson 868* 

Wetherbee v. Dunn 21i* 

p. Norris 267*1 

Weuler p. Kelly 21» 

Wharton p. Donglaat 898^ 

Wheat 0. State 276* 

Wheeldon p. Wilson 2i 

Wheeler p. Web* ter 21*« 

Wheelock p. Boston & Albany R. Co. 62* 
Whelan p. Lynch 891«« 

Whitaker p. Parker 1229** 



Whitaker p. Salisbury 



978«, 1229", 
12291*, 12291* 
468^ 
891*» 
62* 
910*, 910* 
1179** 
183** 



p. White 

Whitcher p. Shattuck 
White p. Ballou 
— — p. Com. 
— p. Dwinel 

p. Fleming 

p. Milwaukee City R. R. 886II, 36613 

V. Phoenix Ins. Co. 21*7 

p. Solomon 1229* 

p. State 6881*, 9782^, 978» 

p. Strother 427i« 

p. Whitney 468*, 468i», 463» 

p. Wood 12291* 

White Sewing Machine Co. v, Gor- 
don 1229** 
Whitehead p. Jesaup 808* 

p. Park 808* 

Whitehouse p. Bickford 1179**. 1179*^ 
Whiting p. NichoU 183**, 183**, 183** 

WhiUey p. Eq. Life, &c. Co. 188** 

p. State 4701T 

Whitman p. Morey 978'' 

p. Shaw 1229M 

p. State 21", 21«> 

Whitmore p. Dwelling House Ins. 

Co. 183*» 

Whitney p. Bacon 412^ 

p. Bayley 368* 

p. CUrk 80610 

p. Gauche 21** 

p. Thacher 891«« 

— — ^ p. Wall 808* 

Whito'n p. Albany, &c. Ina. Co. 21**, 21** 

1179*, 11797 
Whittier p. Franklin 267*> 

Whitton V, State 188* 

Wickencamp p. Wickencamp 978** 

Wickersham p. Johnston 621^, 11791*. 

1179W 1179W 
Wiggin p. Plumer 1229>* 

Wiggins Ferry Co. v. C. & A. R. Co. 21* 



Wigglesworth p. Steers 
Wike V. Lightner 
Wilber p. Eicholtz 
Wilbur p. Flood 
Wilbum p. State 
Wilcox p. Hendenon 
— — p. Cate 
Wilder p. Cowles 
Wildrick v. Swain 
Wiley p. Athol 

p. Ewalt 

Wilhelmi p. Leonard 
Wilkerson v. State 
Will of Ehle 
Willett p. Rich 
Williams p. Brickell 

p. Com. 

p. Conger 

— p. Deen 
p. Finlay 

— p. Fislier 
p. Grealy 



• A 



808** 

267*0 

1229** 

978«», 978*1 

36811 

276M 

8081* 

276* 

80810 

891* 

808»,808a 

978** 

470*, 622« 

188** 

278^ 

8681*, 36817 

3911 

1229** 

1229*7 

62^. 621* 

8081 

62* 



ccliv 



AMERICAN TABLE OF CASES. 



Reference* are to pegea. 



Williams v. Grey 


858", 85811 


Wolfe V. McMillan 


808" 


V. Gunter 


4638 


Wolff &. Van Housen 


978* 


V, Jenkins 


808» 


Womack v, Dearman 21*, 1179^, 1179« 


V, Mitchell 


183*«, 183« 


V. Wamble 


806» 


V. Mower 


5541 


Wonderly v. Holmes Lumber Co. SOB' 


V. People 


2766 


Wood V. Chetwood 


622^ 


V. State 21W, 2in 267», 6889, 58813, 


V. Cullen 


S08» 


68816, 58827, 588», 910«>, 978» 1229*8, 


V. McGuire's Children 


9785» 




122981 


V. Moriarty 


808« 


V. Wager 


9781 


r. U. S. 


257» 


V. Walker 


978'«7 


Woodbeck v. Keller 


635» aS5» 


V. Waters 


858", 8082 


Woodbridge, &c. Co. v. Ritter 1179« 


V. Wilkes 


117920, 1179» 


Woodbury v. District of Columbia 978". 


V. Williams 


1179« 




97^ 


Williamson v. Brandenberg 


2129 




463» 


V. Cambridge B. B. 


39128 


Woodbury Granite Co. v. Milliken 52* 


Willink V. Miles 


1179*» 


Woodford v. McClenahan 


1229=7, 1229" 


WiiUs V. State 


688« 58828 


Woodman v. Segar 


1229« ]229» 


Willoughby v. Carleton 


122912 


Woodrick v. Woodrick 


978« 


V. Dewey 


218* 


Woods V. Banks 


117»» 


VVUls V. State 


4709, 978*8 


V. People 


257« 


Wilmer v. Israel 


468^ 


V. Wilder 


21» 


Wilmington v. Barlington 


427* 


Woodward v. Chicago, &c. 


R. R. 21» 


Wilson V. Beauchamp 


365« 


V. Hancock 


6S8 


V, Boerem 


4708 


r. Leavitt 


6222* 


V. Carpenter's Adm'r 


25719 


Woodworth u. Mills 


2o7» 


V. Deen 


80818 


Woolfork 17. State 


2571*. 688M 


V. Derr 


808i'>, 80811 


Woolsy V. Trustees 


978*5, 1179« 


r. Goodin 


46312 


Woolverton v. Sumner 


910» 


V. Granby 


891»8 


Wooster v. State 


39in 


V. Higbee 


808-^ 


Wooten u. Wilkins 


470» 


V. McClenny 


80828 


Worcester Nat. Bank v. Cheney 21* 


r. Melvin 


276« 


V. Northborough 


11791 


i;. Minneapolis, &c. R. R. S6S^, 85817 


Workingmen's Bank v. Converse 21^ 


v. Phoenix, &c. Co. 


117922 


Worley, Adm. v. Hineman 


188«* 


V, Powers 


808a 


Wormsdorf v. Detroit, &c ] 


Ry. 267« 


17. State 257«, 257« 978i», 978" 


Worthington v. Scribner 


e22M. 622» 




9782* 


Wray v, Wray 


18381 


V, Van Leer 21« 21» 52«, 12205" 


Wrege v. Westcott 


6547,55411 


V. Wager 


97886 


Wright V. Gay 


808» 


9: Wilson 463*, 4686, 463^ 4638 


V. Hawkins 


218, 21" 


V, Wright 


358i» 


V. Hersey 


1229" 


Wilt V. Bird 


55418 


V. 111. &c Tel. Co. 


622» 


V. Cutler 


5218 


V. McKee 


257« 


Wimbish r. State 1229», 


1229W, 122961 


V. Phillips 


21*» 


Wimer v. Smith 


18828,8688 


V. Skinner 


183« 


Winch V. Norman 


1229W 


V. State 


588* 


Winder v. Little 


427* 


V. Wright 


218*, 276« 


Wing V. Abbott 


858». 36810 


Wroe V, State 257", 470i», 470i», 978", 


Winnipiseogee Lake Co. v. 


Toung 2118, 




978*1 




2120, 2188 


Wynn v. City, Ac. R. R. 


358« 


Winship v. Connor 


183»* 


Wynne v. State 


86618 


Winslow V. Corert 


978*8 






• V. Driskell 


808-'* 


Yatrs v. State 


6880, 588» 


Winston t;. Browing 


8082 


V. Yates 


1229*« 


Winters r. Earl 


80819 


Yearsley's Appeal 


468W 


Wisdom V. Reeves 


654*. 122928 


Yeaton v. Fry 


21*. 216 


Wise V. Wynn 427*, 427«, 427' 


Yell V. Lane 


21» 


Wiseman v. N. Pac. R. R. 


85810. 35820 


Yerkes v. National Bank 


21» 


Witcher v. McLaughlin 


4278, 463« 


York V. Pease 


97888 


Withee v. Rowe 


865*, 3668 


York, &c. R. Co. v. Winans 


21' 


Wobum V, Henshaw 


622>8 


Youn t^. Lamont 


276» 


Wolf v. Lachnian 


368" 


Young V. Bank of Alexandria VlV^ 


1'. Perryman 


25785 


V. Brady 


W78« 


Wolfe V. Dyer 


808& 


17. Chandler 


11792^ 



ToQDg 9. Clapp 

— p. Com. 

— p. Johnson 

— V. Makepeace 

— O.Wood 
Toooge V. GttUbeau 



AHEBICAN TABLE OF GASES. 
Bof W8ID068 m to pages* 

688^ 

267", 267« 

866» 



978-26 
1179*7 



Youngs v. Heffner 
Yount i\ Howell 



Zblch v. Hirt 
Zellerbach v. Allenberg 
Zoldowski V. State 



cclv 



1888*, 188W 
212, 2i« 

808« 
868" 
978" 



PRACTICAL TREATISE 

ON THE 

LAW OF EVIDENCE. 



PART I. 

NATUEE AND PRINCIPLES OF EATIDENCB. 

CHAPTER I. 

PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS. 

S 1.^ Evidence, in Law, includes all the legal means, exclusive 
of mere argument, which tend to prove or disprove any fact the 
tmth of which is submitted to judicial investigation. It and the 
word proof are often used as synonyms. Accurate logicians, 
however, apply the latter term rather to the effect of evidence, than 
to evidence itself.^ That high degree of evidence which is called 
demonstration excludes all possibility of error, and mathematical 
truth alone is susceptible of it. Such evidence cannot be obtained 
in the investigation of matters of fact, of which the most that can 
ever be said is, that there is no reasonable doubt concerning them.' 
In trials of fact, therefore, the true question is not, whether it is 
possible that the testimony may be false, but whether there is 
sufficient probability of its truth ; that is, whether the facts are 
proved by competent and satisfactory evidence. 

§ 2.* By competent (or admissible) evidence is meant that which 
the law requires, as the fit and appropriate proof in the particidar 
case — such, for instance, as the production of a writing, where its 
contents are the subject of inquiry. By Batkfactory evidence, 
sometimes called sufficient evidence, is intended that amount of 
proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond 

' Qt. £v. § 1, in great part. remarks, that, though capable of de- 

• See Wills, Cir. tv. 2 ; Whately*s monstration, they are s^mitted by 

Ix)e. B. ii. c. iii. § 1 ; N. York Civ* most men solely on the moral evidence 

Code, $ 1660. of general notoriety. Id. 196. See 

» See Gamb. Guide, 121. Even of N. York Civ. Code, § 1662. 

mathematical truths this writer justly ^ Gr. £v. § 2, almost verbatim* 



T. — VOL. I. 1 B 



PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS. [PABT I. 

reasonable doubt. The circTimstaDoes which will amount to this 
degree of proof can never be previously defined ; the only legal 
test of which they are susceptible is their sufficiency to satisfy the 
mind and conscience of an ordinary man ; and so to convince him 
that he would venture to act upon that conviction in matters of 
important personal interest.^ Questions respecting the competency 
or admissibility of evidence are entirely distinct from those which 
respect its sufficiency or efPect. The former are exclusively within 
the province of the court ; the latter belong exclusively to the jury.' 

§ 3.* The law of Evidence may be considered under three 
general heads, namely, Firsts The Nature and Principles of 
Evidence; — Secondly^ The Object of Evidence, and the Eules 
which govern its production ; — And, Thirdly^ The Means of Proof, 
or the Instruments by which facts are established. We will ako, 
in connection with the first head, consider what matters the oonrts 
will notice without proof ; and in connection with the second and 
third heads, offer a few observations respecting the functions of 
the judge, as distinguished from those of the jury. 

§ 3a. The present is a convenient place to mention that, by the 
Short Titles Act, 1892 (o6 Vict. c. 10), short titles are given by 
statute to various Acts of Parliament (no less than 8 10), and that 
in the following pages this short title is stated between inverted 
commas ; while the technical reference to the Act is also added, one 
or the other of these references being placed in brackets. Moreover, 
where a statement in the text is founded on a decision of the Hoiise 
of Lords, it is marked " H. L.," while if founded on one of the 
Courts of Appeal or Privy Council, it is marked " C. A." or " P. C," 
American cases being distinguished by the mark " (Am.)," Irish 
cases by " (Ir.),'* and Scotch authorities as " (So.).** On the other 
hand, if it is founded on a dictum of a particular judge, his name 
is generally given in brackets after that of the case in which it was 
uttered (whether at Nisi Prius or in the course of a judgment 
given in banc). The date of every case which is important in 
estimating its value is given, and every known reference to it will 
be found in the Table of Cases. 

» 1 St. Ev. 578. Hayward, 1780 (Buller, X). 

• 1 Ph. Ev. 'S; Carpenters' Co. v, » Gr. Ev. § 3, in great paii. 



* N.B,—ThxB and aimilar references throughout the work are to "Phillippi 
and Amould on Evidence." 2 



CHAP. L] AMERICAN NOTES. 2^ 



AMERICAN NOTES. 

§ 1. Xhridence Defined. — Evidence is that which shows. Legally, 
it is any fact which, either directly or mediately, tends to show to 
the mind the truth of a fact or proposition submitted to legal inves- 
tigation. Miles V. Edden, 1 Duv. (Ky.) 270 (1864) ; Schloss v. His 
Creditors, 31 Cal. 201 (1866). 

This definition includes both direct and circumstantial evidence, 
though as was said in an Iowa case (Davenport v, Cummings, 15 la. 
219, (1863), "direct and positive evidence cannot with a critical 
regard to accuracy be spoken of as tending to prove an issue." If 
believed, it proves it. 

" Fact." — The definition of " evidence " is obviously incomplete 
Dntil the term "fact" used in defining it is itself defined. But 
"fact" is a term exceedingly difficult of definition. So difficult, 
that Sir James Fitz-James Stephen frankly abandoned it. In the 
first edition of the "Digest of the Law of Evidence" "fact" is 
defined as, " (1) Everything capable of being perceived by the 
senses ; (2) Every mental condition of which any person is con- 
scious ; (3) Every part of a fact is itself a fact." As pointed out by 
a careful critic in the " Solicitors' Journal " (20 Sol. Journal, 869, 
(1876), this definition on application breaks down, — e, g. when 
attempted to be incorporated into the rule that evidence can only be 
given of facts in issue or facts relevant thereto. The "fact in 
issue " may be, for example, the existence of negligence, something 
clearly not " capable of being perceived by the senses," nor yet a 
" mental state of which a person is conscious." The force of this 
criticism was promptly recognised by Mr. Stephen, who contents 
himself in later editions with the statement that " fact includes the 
fact that any mental state of which any person is conscious exists." 

This is apparently correct. What A.'s motive was in taking a 
mortgage or other transfer is a question of fact for the jury. 
Wheelden v, Wilson, 44 Me. 1 (1857) ; Hamburg v. Wood & Co., 
66 Tex. 168 (1886). For the same reason, "where the intent 
with which an act was done becomes material, it is proper to ask 
what it was." Over v. Schiffling, 102 Ind. 191 (1885) ; Barnhart v. 
Fulkerth, 93 Cal. 497 (1892) ; Stevens v. Stevens, 150 Mass. 557 
(1889). So purpose is a question of faot. Homans v. Corning, 
60 N. H. 418 (1880). The same cases hold that the person whose 
mental state is in question may properly testify as to it. But what 
a witness supposed A. thought as a motive for what A. did, is not a 
competent inquiry. McHugh v. Dowd, 88 Mich. 412 (1891) ; Clement 
V. Cureton, 36 Ala. 120 (1860). For a similar reason, a witness 
cannot be asked what A. " understood " by a designated parcel of 
f^ estate. "It must be difficult, to a degree bordering on the 



£2 AMERICAN NOTES. [PAET L 

impossible, for one person to testify, of his own knowledge, what 
the understanding of another was, to any given question. Such 
testimony is not to a fact; it must be merely an opinion, a con- 
jecture as to a fact. Clearly this is as far as possible from legal 
testimony." Gorham v. Gorham, 41 Conn. 242 (1874). 

Without attempting to define " fact " it may be suggested that 
the fundamental idea of " fact " is that which exists. As a thing 
cannot both be and at the same time not be, that which exists 
is the truth or fact of the matter. About this central thought of 
real or true existence, seem to cluster various uses, all associating 
with the word " fact " the ideas of truth, verity, accomplishment, 
actually happening, &c. Thus the Latin factuvi implies some- 
thing done, an act or deed, something accomplished or done. The 
same word, factum, represents the instrument of conveyance which 
actually accomplished the transfer of land, — a "deed" as now 
called. Probably the phrase "free act and deed," like many 
other similar formulae, is tautological, the words having nearly the 
same meaning. So an officer de facto is one in actual existence 
and discharging certain functions, whatever the rights of the dejxin 
claimant may be. The colloquial use of the word "fact" will be 
most often found to embody the same conception of actual, real 
existence. 

This conception of fact is by no means limited to tangible objects 
or those perceived by the senses. The phrase goes further, for the 
purpose of including mental processes. A thought, intention, emo- 
tion; any mental state or feeling; the truth of propositions phrased 
by the intellect, are matters of " fact." Whatever has existence is 
a fact. A question of fact is an inquiry into the truth or existence 
of something. It is of course only such as are in issue that are the 
subject of evidence. 

It may be objected that under this definition the existence of a 
rule of law is a question of fact. Strictly speaking, such is the 
case. Where no special cotisiderations are involved, — for example, 
in regard to the law of foreign countries or, in most instances, the 
law of other States of the Union, — this is recognised to be true. 
The existence of a rule of law of a foreign state or country is purely 
a question of fact, and appropriate evidence is introduced to prove 
it as a fact. 

For especial reasons, the existence of the rules of law or standards 
of conduct which any domestic tribunal is established to enforce in 
its own jurisdiction, are not legally treated as other matters of fact, 
to be established by evidence, but are within the duty, knowledge, 
and perception of the judge, without need of the intervention of evi- 
dence. These matters of fact are separated from others and called 
matters of law, judicially noticed by the Court, ^^e post p. 21*. 

Not only are such rules of law as are judicially noticed by the 



CHAP. 1.] AMEEICAN NOTES. 



2« 



Court excluded from the definition of fact, but also that part of the 
method of procedure which consists of reasoning from the facts 
established by evidence to the ultimate facts in issue. This is the 
faculty of judgment, the formation of an opinion. It is the same 
faculty as is exercised by the expert witness, and is, under these 
circumstances, called "Matter of opinion." Excluding from the 
entire list of facts as above illustrated those which are " Matter of 
law " and " Matter of opinion," we have a residuum which for want 
of a better name, or more precise definition, we call "Matter of 
fact." 

A Double Meaning. — The phrase " evidence," even as used 
by the Courts, frequently presents a double meaning and more 
or less consequent confusion. The phrase is used to designate 
(1) The effect of relevant facts upon the facts in issue, — e. </., the 
fact that A. has always paid for food ordered in his name by B. is 
said to be " evidence " of B.'s agency, if such agency be a fact in 
issue ; (2) The statements of witnesses (or other means) by which 
these relevant facts are, in the first place, themselves sought to be 
established, — e. ^., in the above instance, statements of witnesses 
that they have been paid by A. under the circumstances mentioned, 
are also said to be " evidence " of such payment. Strictly speaking, 
the correct use of the phrase is the second. The probative effect 
of relevant facts is a matter of logical reasoning. 

" Evidence *' and " Proof." — " Evidence " and " proof " are so 
frequently confused as to emphasise the necessity of avoiding collo- 
quial equivalents for technical words. The confusion is so common 
that a request for a ruling that a confessedly competent fact tending 
to show negligence in an action where negligence is in issue, " is 
not in itself 7? roo/ of negligence " was held properly refused (Perry 
r. Dubuque S. W. R. Co. 36 la. 102 (1872), as a ruling calculated 
to mislead the jury. The Court say the instruction requested laid 
down " a correct legal principle. ... In a legal sense joroo/ signifies 
the effect of evidence as contradistinguished from evidence which 
implies the medium or means of proof. But in ordinary language 
the terms are used interchangeably." 

So where a statute required " proof " of the publication of a 
notice and the Court allowed such publication to be proved by 
afiidavit, the ruling was sustained on the ground that there is " an 
obvious difference between the words evidence and proof. The 
former, in legal acceptation, includes the means by which any 
alleged matter of fact, the truth of which is submitted to investiga- 
tion, is established or disproved. The latter is the effect or result 
of evidence. These words are often used indifferently as expres- 
sive of the same thing." 

"Testimony." — A similar confusion follows the frequent use of 
the word "testimony" as synonymous with "evidence." They 



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are not S3monyinoas. The distinction between them is well stated 
in Lindley v, Dakin, 13 Ind. 388 (1859). In the upper court the 
record recited that it embodied "all the testimony taken in the 
Court below." Held : that this could not be so construed as to 
amount to a statement of setting out the evidence. "Testimony is 
not synonymous with evidence. It is but a species or class or 
kind of evidence. Testimony is the evidence given by witnesses. 
Evidence is whatever may be given to the jury as tending to prove 
a case. It includes the testimony of witnesses, documents, admis- 
sions of parties, &c." This is cited with approval in Harvey r. 
Smith, 17 Ind. 272 (18G1). 

"Cumulative Evidence." — Some difference of opinion exists 
as to what evidence is to be considered cumulative. It is not 
disputed that cumulative" evidence is correctly defined in Parker p. 
Hardy, 24 Pick. 246 (1837) as " additional evidence of the same 
kind to the same point." But the cases, while agreeing as to the 
rule, differ as to its proper application. Certain authorities hold 
that where a fact is in issue, any evidence tending to prove that 
fact is cumulative to any previous evidence tending to prove the 
same fact, even though the later evidence differs somewhat in its 
character from that which has preceded it. For example, the 
turning-point of the case being whether a certain bill of exchange 
had been left at a bank for collection before noon of a certain day, 
and evidence of time of the leaving being gone into by various 
witnesses, newly discovered evidence that a clerk, whose duty it 
was to register the receipt if received before noon, did not register 
the receipt until the following day, because not received until after 
noon, wa.s held cumulative. People v. Superior Court of the City of 
New York, 10 Wend. 285 (1833). The Court intimate that evidence 
that the plaintiff had been in such other places at the time in ques- 
tion as to render the deposit impossible as and when he claimed it, 
would not be cumulative. So where the fact in issue is the 
existence of a partnership between the plaintiff and defendant, 
newly discovered evidence that certain foods were ordered sent in 
a way tending to show a partnership is said to be cumulative, 
because it " tends to support the fact or issue which was before 
attempted to be proved upon the trial." Olmstead v. Hill, 2 Ark. 
346 (1840). So evidence tending to discredit a witness by showing 
contradictory statements is cumulative to other evidence tending to 
discredit the same witness in another way, Glidden v. Duulap, 28 
Me. 379, 383 (1848). 

On the other hand, other American courts incline to the view that 
evidence tending to establish a fact in issue in a particular way is 
not cumulative to evidence tending to establish the same fact in a 
different way. 

For example, the question b^ing whether A. had authorised B. 



CHAP. !•] AMERICAN NOTES. 2* 

to sell a certain horse, and much evidence other than admissions 
of the plaintiff having been received, a Dew trial was granted for 
newly discovered evidence that the plaintiff had admitted the author- 
ity in dispute. The Court, by Morton^ J,, say, " This, therefore, is 
a new kind of evidence, and although it is additional to other evi- 
dence tending to prove the same position, yet it is not cumulative 
because it is of a different character tending to establish the same 
general result by proof of a new and distinct fact." Parker v. 
Hardy, 24= Pick. 246 (1837). The same result is reached in Waller 
r. Graves, 20 Conn. 305, 310 (1850), where, in an action of libel, 
and in support of the defence that the libellous language was 
inserted ^without the defendant's consent and without his knowl- 
edge, newly discovered evidence of an independent witness that he 
himself inserted the libellous matter, was held not cumulative to 
the defendant's denial that he used the libellous epithets in the 
article as written by him. Church, C. J., speaking for the Court, 
says : — " There are often various distinct and independent facts 
going to establish the same ground on the same issue. Evidence is 
cumulative which merely multiplies witnesses to any one or more 
of the facts before investigated, or only adds other circumstances 
of the same general character. But that evidence which brings to 
light some new and independent truth of a different character, 
altliough it tend to prove the same proposition or ground of claim 
before insisted on, is not cumulative within the true meaning of 
the rule on this subject." As an instance of their meaning, the 
Court take the case of an executor resisting a claim based on an 
alleged note of the deceased, and after an adverse verdict discover- 
ing a receipt in full, or learning of the plaintiff's deliberate admis- 
sion of payment. " There could be no question," they say, " in 
such a case, but a new trial should be granted, although the new 
facts go to prove the former ground of defence." 

It would seem that the weight of reasoning was in favour of the 
position taken by the Massachusetts and Connecticut cases. 

The extent to which cumulative evidence is admissible is discre- 
tionary with the Court. A party will not be permitted unduly to 
waste time by multiplying witnesses to the same fact. 

§ 2. Competent Evidence. — Competent Evidence is that which 
is admissible, as tending to prove the existence or non-existence of 
facts in issue. The definition points to a central fact in the law 
of evidence, viz., — that it is based upon logic. In fact, the modern 
trial is an appeal to the test of reasoning, as the result of a long 
historical development from other tests of truth, more mechanical, 
sacramental and formal, used by ancestors more or less remote. The 
rules of correct reasoning are at every turn regarded as essential to 
the due administration of judicial functions. The Court is charged 
with the duty of enforcing this rule oi correct logical reasoning. 



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If its coadjutor in trials of fact; the jury, sees iit to depart from 
such a line of reasoning, whether under the influence of passion, 
prejudice, or other improper motive, it is the duty of the Court to 
correct the fault, even to the extent of nullifying a verdict which 
appears to have been reached under such influence. The duty is 
not, it will be observed, to enforce the particular reasoning which 
commends itself to the Court. It is sufficient that a line of correct 
reasoning has been adopted by the jury, even if the Court itself 
would have adopted a different one. If the verdict is justified on 
logical principles, it usually will stand. If the verdict is not so 
justified, it is the duty of the Court, in discharge of its responsi- 
bility to enforce the use of correct reasoning (even, as has been 
said, if not the Court's view of the particular line of correct reason- 
ing it would adopt for itself), to set the verdict aside. 

It naturally follows that a Court charged with the responsibility 
of insisting on the observance of the rules of logical reasoning will 
permit the jury, which it holds within these rules, to consider only 
such facts as meet the same requirement, i, e., which have a logical 
tendency to establish the existence or non-existence of the fact or 
facts whose existence is in issue or in dispute. This rule is not 
only a restriction upon the admissibility of facts in evidence, but it 
also states the test which makes them admissible. As has been 
said, it is the fundamental rule of evidence that all facts which 
logically prove or disprove the existence of facts in issue, are 
admissible. 

Consideration of the law of evidence so largely consists in exam- 
ining the established exclusions of properly logical evidence, and the 
instances in which these exclusions themselves do not apply, that 
this first and principal rule of the law of evidence — that evidence 
logically tending to establish the issue is admissible — is frequently 
lost sight of. Unless a special reason be shown for excluding facts 
with a logically probative tendency, such facts are admissible. 

Relevancy. — This logical relation of one fact to another, is 
termed " relevancy." Of this the law furnishes no test. The test 
is furnished by the ordinary principles of logic or a conscious per- 
ception of the relation. A legal definition of relevancy was indeed 
courageously attempted by Sir James Fitz-James Stephen in the 
first edition of the " Digest of the Law of Evidence," based largely 
on the relation of causation. This definition was abandoned. The 
amended definition seems free from objection. Two facts are rele- 
vant to each other when so related "that, according to the common 
course of events, one, either taken by itself or in connection with 
other facts, proves or renders probable the past, present, or future 
existence or non-existence of the other," (Big. Law of Evid. Art. 1.) 

The Rule Further Examined. — Such being the fundamental 
rule of evidence, that all evidence logically probative is admissible, 



CHAP. I.] AMERICAN NOTES. 2^ 

the further law of evidence consists of excluding certain facts of 
the evidence otherwise admissible under this fundamental general 
rule. The law of evidence becomes, therefore, so to speak, a series 
of exclusions. These owe their existence principally to two lines 
of considerations, — (1) The necessity for trying cases within 
reasonable limits of time ; (2) The presence of the jury. These two 
considerations may be examined briefly. 

(1) Legal Relevancy. — The search for abstract truth, scien- 
tific or otherwise, is not usually limited in time. No fact relevant 
at all is too remotely relevant to deserve consideration. No press- 
ing necessity usually exists that the precise fact should be ascer- 
tained this year or next year, or, indeed, within the next century. 
Under such conditions, logic is given its unimpeded course. All 
facte logically relevant demand and receive consideration. 

But the course of trials in Courts of law by no means admits of 
such extended search into the minutiae of proof. The tribunal sits 
for a limited time, and frequently is called on to dispose of many 
contested matters within that period. The proceedings are expen- 
sive, both to parties litigant, to those awaiting their turn (often 
with witnesses held from gainful occupations by a compulsory pro- 
cess), and to the government through the pay of jurors. Court officers, 
.&c. There is a recognised necessity that matters should be as 
speedily disposed of as the interests of justice will admit. 

This consideration was neatly put by Rolfe, B., in Atty.-Gen. v. 
Hitchcock (1 Exch. 91, (1847). " The laws of evidence on this 
subject, as to what ought and what ought not to be received, must 
be considered as founded on a sort of comparative consideration of 
the time to be occupied in examinations of this nature, and the time 
which it is practicable to bestow upon them. If we lived for a 
thousand years, instead of about sixty or seventy, and every case 
were of sufficient importance, it might be possible, and perhaps 
proper, to throw a light on matters in which every possible question 
might be suggested, for the purpose of seeing by such means 
whether the whole was unfounded, or what portion of it was not, 
and to raise every possible inquiry as to the truth of the statements 
made. But I do not see how that could be ; in fact, mankind find it 
to be impossible. Therefore some line must be drawn." 

(2) Feak op the Jury. — A very distinctive feature of the English 
law of procedure, of which the law of evidence is part, lies in the 
fact that a jury frequently takes a share in the trial of causes. It 
involves no disparagement to the benefits, real or assumed, of the 
jury's presence to say that obvious dangers to the administration 
of justice have always been recognised as arising from it. The 
aven^ jury is composed of men selected by chance from the 
general community, brought together for a short time and for a 
limited object, with minds usually entirely untrained in the dii- 



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ficult art of justly balancing the weight of conflicting statements. 
Jurymen, almost of necessity, are seldom given to reasoniog with 
logical exactness, and are therefore apt to jump across logical 
chasms or breaks in a chain of proof; especially at times when 
sympathy or prejudice is aroused, or the fascinating process of 
adjusting or, as it were, dovetailing together separate pieces of 
evidence is nearly completed, and only fails for lack of a little 
imagination. Above all, the jury at all times has been, as is 
natural with so casual a tribunal, but little impressed with any 
feeling of responsibility for maintaining the integrity of legal 
rules or the influence of precedent in the administration of justice. 
It has accordingly usually manifested a strong tendency to over- 
look the more important remote consequences of maintaining a 
general rule for the purpose of relieving the hardship of individual 
cases. 

Exclusions. — For these and similar reasons, the law of evidence 
excludes much evidence logically relevant, either (1) By applying a 
higher standard of relevancy than mere logic by requiring a certain 
high grade of probative effect, which may be called legal relevancy; 
and (2) By absolutely excluding certain facts both logically and 
legally relevant. What facts are so highly probative as to comply 
with the standard of legal relevancy cannot be reduced to a definite 
rule. The innumerable rulings on the subject will be found to 
depend rather upon the personal views and mental processes of 
particular judges than upon any more definite rule. The positive 
exclusions, on the other hand, generally admit of definite state* 
ment. 



CHAP, n.] MATTEES JUDICIALLY NOTICED. 



CHAPTER n. 

MATTERS JUDICIALLY NOTICBD, WITHOUT PROOF.^ 

S 4.' All oiyilised nations, as members of the great family of 
sovereignties, give political acknowledgment of each other's 
existence, and general pablio and external relations. After such 
acknowledgment by their own coimtry, the existence and titles of 
a state are recognised by the public tribunals and functionaries of 
every nation in the civilised world.' If, upon a civil war, one 
part of a nation separate from the other, and establish an inde- 
pendent government, the newly-formed nation cannot be recognised 
as such by the judicial tribunals of other nations, until it has been 
acknowledged by the sovereign power under which those tribunals 
are constituted.^ The judges of each nation are boimd, ex officiOy 
to know whether or not their government has recognised a nation 
as an independent state.^ 

% 5. In like manner the judges must recognise, without proof, 
the common^ and statute law,^ and all legal claims, demands, 
estates, titles, rights, duties, obligations, and liabilities existing by 



> See N. York Civ. Code, §§ 1705, 
1706. 

' Qr. Et. { 4, in great part. 

' United States of America v. 
Wagner, 1867 (Ld. Chelmsford, Ch.). 
But the eziatenoe of States unac- 
knowledged by the government must 
be proved by evidence, showing that 
they axe associations formed for 
mutual defence, sup)K)rting their 
own independence^ making laws, and 
having courts of justice. Yrisari v. 
Clement, 1826. 

^ City of Berne v. Bk. of Eng., 
1801. 



• Taylor v. Barclay, 1828. There 
it was falsely alleged in the bill, with 
the view of preventing a demurrer, 
that Guatemala, a revolted colony of 
Spain, had been recognized by Great 
Britain as an independent state ; but 
the y.-C. took judicial notice that 
the allegation was false. See, how- 
ever, contra, Dolder v. Bk. of £ng., 
1805, as to which qy. 

* Hein. ad Pand., L. zxii. t. iii* 
$119. 

^ R. V.Sutton, 1817; "The Inter- 
pretation Act, 1889 " (52 & 53 V. c. 63), 
§ 9. As to private Acts of Pari., see 
8 & 9 y. c 113, % 3, dted post, § 7. 

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the common law, or by any custom, or created by any statute;^ 
the rules of equity, and all equitable estates, titles, rights, duties, 
and liabilities* (while whenever the rules of equity and of the 
common law differ, those of equity must prevail ') ; the law of 
nations, the law and custom of parliament, and the privileges and 
course of proceedings of each branch of the legislature ; ^ the pre- 
rogatives of the Crown,* and the privileges of the royal palaces;* 
the maritime law ; ^ the ecclesiastical law ; ^ the articles of war, 
whether in the naval,® the marine, or the land service,** including 
those made for the government of the forces in India,** as well as 
the auxiliary forces, — that ifi, the militia, the yeomanry, and the 
volunteers,** — and also the reserve forces ; *' the rules of procedure 
made in pursuance of § 70 of the Army Act, 1881, "whether 
signified under the hand of a secretary of state " in relation to 
the army,** or promulgated by the admiralty with respect to the 
marines;** royal proolamations, such being acts of State;** the 



1 36 & 37 V. c. 66, § 24, sub-sect. 6 ; 
40 & 41 V. 0. 57, § 27, sub-sect. 6, Ir. 

» See 36 & 37 V. c. 66. § 24, sub- 
sect. 4. See, also, as to Ireland, 40 
& 41 V. c. 57, § 27, sub-sect. 4, Ir. 

» See 36 & 37 V. c. 66, § 25, 
sub-sect. 11. See, also, Bustros v. 
White, 1876, C. A. ; and Palmer v. 
Palmer, 1885. See, also, as to Ireland, 
40 & 41 V. 0. 57, § 28, sub-sects. 11, 
29. 

* Lake v. King, 1667 ; Stockdale 
V. Hansard, 1830 ; Wason v. Walter, 
18G9 ; Cassidy V. Steuart, 1841 ; Case 
of the Sheff . of Middlx. 1840 ; Sims 
V. Marryat, 1866 ; Bradlaugh v. Gos- 
eet, 1884. 

* R. V. Elderton, 1703. 

• Id.; Winter V. Miles, 1808; Att.- 
Gen. V. Donaldson, 1842. Hampton 
Court has ceased to have privile^s 
as a royal palace, Att.-Gen.v. Dakiu, 
1869 ; E. V, Ponsonby, 1844. 

' Chandler v. Grieves, 1812. 

• 1 Roll. Abr. 526 ; 6 Vin. Abr. 
496; Sims v. Marryat, 1866 (Ld. 
Campbell). 

» 29 & 30 V. c. 109 ("The Naval 
Discipline Act, 1866," amended by 
•«The Naval Discipline Act, 1884,^* 
47 & 48 V. c. 39). 

10 See § 69 of •* The Army Act, 
1881 " (44 & 45 y. a 68). As to 



printing of, and amendments to the 
above, see 48 V. c. 8, § 8. See, 
also, as to the Articles of War, $ 179, 
sub-sects. 1, 20, of the same Act as 
to the Royal Marines. The latter 
articles, it is presumed — though the 
Act is silent on the subject— -moBt 
be judicially noticed. 

" Id., § 180. 

» Id., §§ 175—178. 

" Id., § 190, sub-sect 9. 

^^ Id., § 70, sub-sects. 1, 3, amended 
by 49 V. c. 8. § 6. 

" Id., S 179, sub-sect. 6. 

" Dupays v. Shepherd, 1698 (Ld- 
Holt). In Van Omeron v. Dowick, 
1809, Ld. EUenborough refused to 
take notice of a proclamation, on the 
ground that the Gazette containing 
it was not produced. The latter case 
does not go the length of the mar- 
ginal note, but simply decides that, 
when a judge's memory is at fault, 
some document must he at hand to 
establish the fact he is called upon 
to notice. Copies of royal proclama- 
tions, if purporting to be printed by 
the Queen's printer, are admissible 
by 8 & 9 V. c. 113, § 3; see poet, 
§ 7. They may be proved, also, in a 
variety of other ways. See 81 & ^^^ 
Y. 0. 37, § 2, cited post, § 1527. 



CHAP, n.3 CUSTOMS JUDICIALLY NOTICED. 



general praotioe of oonveyancers ; ^ the custom of merchants,' — at 
least where such custom has been settled by judicial determina- 
tions,' — ^such, for example, as the lien which a vendor has on 
goods remaining in his possession for unpaid purchase-money ; * or 
the general lien of an innkeper on all the property belonging to 
his guest for the entire amount of his bill ; ^ or the general lien of 
bankers and factors on the securities of their customers in their 
custody ; ^ or the practice of drawing bills of lading in sets, and of 
dealing with one of a set as representing the cargo independently 



> Willoughby v. Waioughby, 1787 
(Ld. Hardwicke); Doe v. Milder, 
1819; Doer. Plowman, 1819; Rows v. 
Grenfel, 1824 (Ld. Tenterden). Ld. 
St Innards, in 3 V. & P., 10th edit. 
Q839), at p. 28, observed (the passage 
does not appear in recent editions, in 
oon$)equenoe of the chapter on the 
subject of Attendant Terms, having 
become of little practical importance), 
" It matters very little wnat is the 
opinion of any individual convey- 
ancer; but the opinion of the con- 
veyancers, as a class, is of the deepest 
importance to every individual of 
property in the state. Their settled 
ruk 0/ practice has, accordingly, in 
several instances been adopted as 
the law of the land, not out of respect 
for them, but out of tenderness to 
the numerous purchasers who have 
bought estates under their advice.'* 
See, also, Howard v, Ducane, 1823 
(Ld. Eldon) ; Be Bosher, 1884 (Pear- 
son, J.). 

' Erskine v. Murray, 1728 ; Soper 
t. Dibble, 1696 ; Carter v. Downijjh, 
1687 ; Williams v. Williams, 1693. 

' Bamett v. Brandao, 1843, where 
judicial notice was taken of the 
general Hen of bankers on the secu- 
rities of their customers in their 
custody, and Ld. Denman (pronounc- 
mg the judgment of the court) said, 
*'The law merchant forms a branch 
of the law of England; and those 
customs, which have been universally 
and notoriously prevalent amongst 
merchants, and have been found by 
experience to be of public use, have 
been adopted as a part of it, upon a 
pinciple of convenience, and for the 
oenefit of trade and commerce : and 
when 80 adopted, it is unnecessary 
to plead and prove them. They are 
binding on all without proof. Ac- 



cordingly we find that usages affect- 
ing bills of exchange and bills of 
lading, are t^ken notice of judi- 
cially " ; and then gives as in- 
stances the judicial recognition of 
the general lien of factors and 
bankers. This judgment was after- 
wards reversed by the House of 
Lords (see Brandao v. Bamett, 1846), 
but that portion of it which relates 
to judicial notice of the general lien 
of bankers was affirmed. In Edie v, 
E. India Co., 1761, Mr. Just. Wilmot 
observed, *'The custom of merchants 
is part of the law of England, and 
courts of law must take notice of it 
as such. There may, indeed, be some 
questions depending upon customs 
amongst merchants, where, if there 
be a doubt about the custom, it may 
be fit and proper to take the opinion 
of merchants thereupon ; yet tnat is 
only where the law remains doubt- 
ful, and even then the custom must 
be proved by facts, not by opinion 
only ; and it must also be subject to 
the control of law." In support of 
the proposition that evidence can only 
be taken as to mercantile custom 
where the law is doubtful, the learned 
judge says, that Ld. Mansfield, 
with Donison and Foster, JJ.'s, re- 
jected the testimony of witnesses to 
prove the usage, solely on the ground 
that the question had already been 
solemnly settled by two adjudications 
in the courts of law. See also Jones 
V. Peppercorn, 1859. 

* Imperial Bk. v. Loud, and St. 
Kathenne*s Dock Co., 1875 (Jessel, 
M.B.). 

» Mulliner v. Florence, 1878, C. A. 

* See cases cited ante, n. ', supra, 
p. 5 ; also Lend. Chart. Bk. of Aus* 
tralia v. White, 1878. 



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of the rest ; ^ or the usage among money dealers of treating scrip 
certificates payable to bearer, whether of a foreign Govemment or 
of a company, as negotiable instruments transferable on deUverj;' 
or the custom of hotel-keepers holding their furniture on hire;* 
the customs which regulate the special descent of gavelkind and 
borough English lands,^ and it seems any other custom incident to 
such tenures ; ' the custom or law of the road, viz., that hones 
and carriages should respectively keep on the near or left side ;^ and 
the following rules with respect to navigation,— first, that ships 
and steamboats, on meeting *' end on, or nearly end on, in such a 
manner as to involve risk of collision," should port their helms, so 
as to pass on the port, or left, side of each other ; next, that steam- 
boats should keep out of the way of sailing ships ; and next, that 
every vessel overtaking another should keep out of its way.^ Every 
court will moreover take judicial notice of matters appearing in its 
own proceedings. Therefore, if in the course of a case it appear 
that an indictable conspiracy has been committed, it will take 



' Sanders v. Maclean, 1883. 

• Goodwin v. Bobarts, 1876, H. L.; 
Eumball v, Metrop. Bk., 1877. 

• Crawcour v, Salter, 1881, C. A. 

• 1 Bl. Com. 76; Doe v. Scuda- 
more, 1705 ; Crosby v. Hetherington, 
1842 (Tindal, C.J.). 

« Rider v. Wood, 1855 (Wood, 
V.-C), following Payne v. barker, 
1659. See also 36 & 37 Y. c. 66, 
§ 24, sub-sect. 6. 

' See Leame v. Bray, 1814, as to 
carriages, and Turley v. Thomas, 
1837 (Coleridge, J.), as to saddle 
horses. See also 14 & 15 Y. c. 92, 
§ 13, Ir. The rule has been em- 
bodied by Professor Selwyn, in what 
an Etonian would call '*LoDgs and 
Shorts:** — **Sed precor hoc posthac 
reniiniscere, oarpe sinistram : Dex- 
tram occurrenti linquere norma 
jubet." In France the law of the 
road is different, and horses and 
carriages pass on the off side. 

' The Regulations for Preventing 
Collisions at Sea, containing the rules 
concerning lights, fog signals, steer- 
ing and sailing, were embodied in a 
table issued originally under § 25 of 
25 & 26 Y, c 63, since repealed by 
•* The Merchant Shipping Act, 1894^' 
(57 & 58 Y. c. 60), which substitutes 






for it Id., § 418 (1), and of two Orders 



6 



in Council, dated respectively 11th 
August, 1884 (printed 9 P. D. 247), 
as to British ships and boats, and 
14th August, 1879 f printed 4 P. D. 
241), as to foreign snips. As to how 
these regulations are to be published 
and proved, see § 26 of the original 
Act, and for this § 419 (5) of "The 
Merchant Shipping Act, 1894," is 
substituted ; and by § 28 of the original 
Act (§ 419 (3) of "The Merchant 
Shipping Act, 1894"), any damage 
arising from the non-observance of 
these Regulations shall be prima facie 
presumed to have been caused by 
the wilful default of the person in 
charge of the deck of such snip. See 

S»st, § 206 : Gen. St. Navig. Co. r. 
edley, 1869; Dryden v. Allix, 1863; 
The Concordia, 1866; The Sprinff, 
1866. As to the prior law, see Chad- 
wick V. City of Dublin St. Padcet 
Co., 1856; Smith v. Yoss, 1857; 
Zugasti V. Lamer, 1858 ; Maddox v. 
Fisher, 1851; Williams v. Gutdi, 
1857 ; Tuff v. Warman, 1857. See 
Morrison v. Gen. St. Navig. Co., 
1852 ; Gen. St. Navig. Co. v. Mor- 
rison, 1856; Gen. St. Navig. Go. 
v. Mann, 1855; Lawson v. Carr, 
1856; Churchward v. Palmer, 1856; 
La Plata, 1855; Morgan «. Sim» 
1858. 



CHAP. U.] LAWS AND CUSTOMS OF FOREIGN STATES, 



judioial notioe of the fact though it be not pleaded.^ It will also 
judioiallj notice the partioular customs which have been tried, 
determined, and recorded in such court.^ The customs of London, 
which have been certified by the recorder,'^ such, for example, as 
the custom of foreign attachment * — the custom that every shop is 
a market overt for the sale of goods of the same kind as usually 
sold there ^ — ^the custom that married women may be sole traders ^ 
— and the custom which defines the nature of a liveryman's oflSce,^ — 
will be judicially noticed by the courts in which the certificates 
are recorded.® No one court can, however, take notice of a custom 
merely because it has been certified to another.® Neither can 
judicial notice be taken of the usages prevalent among mining 
partnerships conducted on the cost-book principle, for the judges 
cannot determine without evidence the meaning of the term 
" oost-book principle." ^® Nor, again, will the courts take cognisance 
of the laws, usages, or customs of a foreign state ; and even the 
laws of the colonies," or Jersey,'^ Guernsey, or Scotland, must be 
proved as facts,^' unless steps have been taken, either under the 



» Scott V. Brown, 1892. 

• See Crawoottr v. Salter, 1881, 
C.A. 

• Crosby v. Hetheriiigton, 1842 ; 
findn V. Knott, 1842 ; Blacquiere v. 
Hawkins, 1780 (Ld. Mansfield). See 
Blunt V. Lack, 1857. Uncertified 
ciiBtoms of London must be proved 
in the High Conrt, though they will 
be judicially noticed in the City 
Gourts : Stamton and wife v, Jones, 
1779 (Ld. Mansfield). So, also, the 
Q. B. IHv. in Lreland will not iiidi- 
cially notioe a custom of the Lord 
Mayor and Shenffs Court in Dublin, 
unless oertified by the recorder: 
SimmondB v. Andrews, 1839 (IrJ* 

« Certified hy Starkey in 22 Ed. 4. 
See 1 Boll. Abr. 554 i. 5 ; Bruce v. 
Wait, 1840 ; Crosby v. Hetherington, 
lft42 ; Weetoby v. Day, 1863. 

» Certified by Sir B. Coke, 5 Een. 
83 h (rather fuller, as L'Evesque ae 
Worcester's case, 1594). See Lyons 
V. I>e Pass, 1840. See, also, Cirane 
V. London Dock Co., 1864; Har- 
greaye v. Spink, 1892. 

* Layie v. Phillips, 1765. Local 
oustoms, as that of carting whores 
in London, and foreign attachment 



in Bristol, Exeter, Liverpool, and 
Chester, need not be set out on the 
record of a court of the city, as they 
are judicially noticed in the courts 
and of the respective cities |[1 Dough 
380, n. 96), as they also wUl be iu a 
court of error. See Bruce v. Wait, 
1840. 

' King V. aerk, 1695; cited 
(Parke, B.) in Piper v. Chappell, 
1845. 

^ The customs as to distribution of 
the personal estate of intestate free- 
men in London, York, and other 
places, are abrogated by 19 & 20 Y, 
c. 94. 

» Piper V, Ohappell, 1845 (Parke, 

B.). 

^° In re Bodmin United Mines Co.» 
1856. 

" Prowse v. The European &Amer. 
St. Shipping Co., 1860. 

" Brenan's case, 1847 (Patteson, 

" Urquhart v. Butterfield, 1888, 
0. A. ; Dalrymple v, Dalrymple, 
1811 ; Mostyn v. Fabrigas, 1774 (Ld. 
Mansfield); Sussex Peer, case, 1844 ; 
Male V. Boberts, 1800 (Ld. Eldon) ; 
B. V. Povey, 1865 ; Woodham v. Ed« 



SEALS JUDICTALLY NOTICED. 



[part I. 



British Law Asoertainineiit Act, 1859,^ or under the Foreign 
Law Ascertainment Act, 1861,^ to obtain a legal opinion on the 
subject from a superior court of tbe country whose laws are under 
dispute.' The laws of Ireland being substantially the same as 
those of England, except where varied by statute, a very able 
judge has suggested that the English courts would probably 
judicially recognise them.* 

§ 6. The courts will also judicially notice the following seals: — 
the Qreat Seal of the United Kingdom, and the Great Seals of 
England, Ireland, and Scotland respectively ; * the Queen's Privy 
Seal and Privy Signet, whether in England, Ireland, or Scotland;* 
the Wafer Great Seal, and the Wafer Privy Seal, framed under the 
Crown Office Act, 1877 ; \ the seal, and the privy seal, of the duchy 
of Lancaster ; the seal, and the privy seal, of the duchy of Corn- 
wall ; ^ the seals of the old superior courts of justice ; and of the 
Supreme Court, and its several Divisions; the seals of the old 
High Court of Admiralty, whether for England or Ireland ; ' of 
the Prerogative Court of Canterbury ; *" and of the Court of the 
Vice- Warden of the Stannaries ; ^^ the seals of all courts con- 
stituted by Act of Parliament, if seals are given to them by the 
Act;" amongst which are the seals of the Court for Divorce and 
Matrimonial causes in England ; ^' of the Court for Matrimonial 
causes and matters in Ireland ; ^* of the Central Office of the 
Royal Courts of Justice, and of its several Departments ; " of the 
Principal Registry, and of the several district Registries of the 
Supreme Court of Judicature ; '• of the Principal Registry, and 
of the several district Registries of the old Court of Probate in 



wards, 1836; Wey v. Tally, 1704; 
Story, Confl. § 637, and cases cited 
in n. See also post, §§ 48, 1423 — 
1425. 

1 22 & 23 V. c. 63. 

> 24 & 25 V. c. 11. 

* See Lord v, Colvin, 1860; Login 
V. Princess of Coorg, 1862. 

* Reynolds v. Fenton, 1846 fMaule, 
J., explaining Ferguson v, Mahon, 
1839). 

' Lord Melville's case, 1806. 

* Foggassa's case, 1349, cited in 
Olive V. Guin, 1658; Lane's case, 
1587. 



' 40 & 41 V. c. 41, § 4. 

• 26 & 27 V. 0. 49, § 2. 

» Green v. Waller, 1703; 24&25 
V. c. 10, § 14, now repealed by 44 & 45 
V. c. 59 ; 30 & 31 V. c. 114, § 21, Ir. 

^^ Kempton v. Gross, 1735. 

" 6 & 7 W. 4, 0. 106 ("The Stan- 
naries Act, 1836 "), § 19. 

» Doe V, Edwards, 1839. 

» 20 & 21 V. c. 85 ("The Matri- 
monial Causes Act, 1857 "), § 13. 

1* 33&34 V. c 110, §11, It. 

^ E. S. C. 1883, Old. LXI. rr. I, 
6,7. 

>• 36 & 37 V. c. 66, § 61. 



8 



CHAP. II.] SEALS JUDICIALLT NOTICED. 

EnglAnd ^ and of the present Conrt of Probate in Ireland ; ' of 
the old ' and new Courts of Bankruptcy ; * of the Insolvent 
Debtors' Court,* now abolished ; of the Court of Bankruptcy and 
Insolvency in Ireland^ (which, since the 6th of August, 1872, has 
been called " The Court of Bankruptcy in Ireland) ; " ^ of the 
Landed Estates Court, Ireland ; * of the Eeoord of Title OflSoe of 
that Court ; ® and of the County Courts.^® Courts of law also judi- 
cially notice tbe seal of the corporation of London.^^ The seal of a 
foreign or colonial notary-public will not generally be judicially 
noticed, although such a person is an officer recognised by the 
whole commercial world. ^ Various statutes render different other 
seals admissible in evidence without proof of their genuineness.^^ 



» 20 & 21 V. c. 77 (*' The Court of 
Probate Act, 1857 "), § 22. 

• 20 & 21 V. c. 79, § 27, Jr. 

• See 24 & 25 V. c. 134, § 204, and 
82&33V. c. 71, §109. 

• See 46 & 47 V. c. 52, $ 137 ; 
and the Bankruptcy Bules of 1883, 
r. 12. See, also, r. 14, as to seals on 
" office copies." 

• Doe V. Edwards, 1839. 

• 20 & 21 V. c 60, § 362, Ir. 
M5 & 36 V. c. 58, S 6, Ir. 

• 21 & 22 V. c. 72 (" The Landed 
Estates Court (Ireland) Act, 1858 "), 
i8.Ir. 

• 28 & 29 V. 0. 88, § 56, Ir. 
» 51 & 52 V. 0. 43, S 180. 

" Doe V. Maaon, 1793 (Ld. Ken- 
yon). 

"^ Re EarPs Trusts, 1858 ; BeDavis's 
Trogts, 1869 (as to seal of a foreign 
notary public); Nye v. Maodonald, 
1870 6a8 to seal of colonial notary 
public); see, however, contra, Anon., 
1799; Hutcheon v. Mannington, 
1802; Cole v. Sherard, 1855; and 
Fumell V. Stackpoole, 1829 (Ir.). 

" Such as the seals of the ijocal 
Qovemment Board for England (34 
ft 35 v. c. 70, § 5) ; or Ireland (35 & 
36 V. c. 69, $ 4, It.) ; of the late Poor 
Law Board, 10 & 11 V. c. 109 (" The 
Poor Law Board Act, 1847 "), § 5 ; 1 
A 2 V. c 56 ('• The Poor Eehef (Ire- 
land) Act, 1838 "), § 121, Ir. ; 10 & 
11 V. c 90 (*• The Poor Relief (Ire- 
land) Act, 1847 "), S 3, Ir. ; of the late 
Local Boards of Health (11 & 12 Y. 
c 63, S 35 ; 21 & 22 Y. a 98, s. 4); 



and of Urban Sanitary Authorities 
(38 & 39 Y. c. 55, § 7) and Joint Sani- 
tary Boards (38 & 39 Y. c. 55, $ 280 ; 
41 & 42 y. c. 52, § 13, Ir.); of the 
now abolished Commissioners for the 
Sale of Encumbered Estates - in Ire- 
land (12 & 13 Y. c. 77, S 2, Ir. ; see 21 
& 22 Y. c. 72, S 23, Ir.) ; of the Land 
Registry Office in England (see 25 & 
26 Y. c. 53, § 123; see also 38 & 39 
Y. c. 87, § 107), whether established 
imder the Act of 1862 or under that 
of 1875; of the District Registry 
Offices created under the Act last re- 
ferred to (38 & 39 Y. c 87. § 120) ; 
of the Office for the Registration of 
Assurances of Lands in Ireland (13 
& 14 Y. c. 72. § 45, Ir.) ; of the Irish 
Land Com minion (44 & 45 Y. c. 49, 
$42, Ir.); of theQeneral Register Office 
in England (6 & 7 W. 4, c. 86, § 38 ; 
see 3 & 4 Y. c. 92, § 9), or Ireland 
r26 & 27 Y. c. 11, § 5, Ir.); of the 
Charity Commissioners for England 
and Wales (16 & 17 Y. c. 137, § 6; 
and see 18 & 19 Y. c. 124, § 4, 
amended by 50 & 51 Y. o. 49, and 
§ 5 thereof as to copies and certified 
extracts, and the presumption that 
sealed copies are originals) ; of the 
Railway Commissioners (51 & 52 Y. 
c. 25, § 2) ; of the Commissioners of 
Her Majesty^s Works and Public 
Buildings (15 & 16 Y. c. 28 ("The 
Commissioners of Works Act, 1852"), 
S 1 ; 37 & 38 Y. c. 84, § 2) ; of the 
Board of Agriculture, whicn, speak- 
ing generally, now discharges the 
duties of the old Inclosure Commis- 



9 



DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE ACT, 1845. [PART I. 

§§ 7 — 8. The DooTimentary Evidence Act, 1845* extended the 
principle of admitting in evidence official docamentB without 
formal proof, to a numerous class of cases. That statute enacts, 
that " whenever hy any Act now in force or hereafter to be inforte^ 
any certificate, official or puhlic document, or document or pro- 
ceeding of any corporation or joint-stock or other company, or 
any certified copy of any document, by-law, entry in any register 
or other book, or of any other proceeding, shall be receivable in 
evidence of any particular in any court of justice, or before any 
legal tribunal, or either House of Parliament, or any committee 
of either House, or in any judicial proceeding, the same shall 
respectively be admitted in evidence, provided they respectively 
puiyort to be sealed or impressed with a stamp, or sealed and 
signed, or signed alone, as required, or impressed with a stamp 
and signed, as directed by the respective Acts made or to he 
hereafter made, without any proof of the seal or stamp, where a 
seal or stamp is necessary, or of the signature, or of the official 
character of the person appearing to have signed the same, and 
without any further proof thereof, in every case in which the 
original record could have been received in evidence." By sect 2, 



sioners. Copyhold Commiflsioners, 
and Tithe Commissioners (45 & 46 
V. c. 38; (see 62 & 53 V. c. 30 
("The Board of Agriculture Act, 
1889"), especially § 6, and see also 
"The Settled Land Act, 1882" (45 
& 46 V. c. 38), amended by "The 
Settled Land Act, 1884 '] (47 & 48 V. 
c. 18)); of the respective Commis- 
sioners for the Universities of Oxford 
and Cambridge (40 & 41 V. c. 48, 
§§ 4, 9) ; of the Prison Commissioners 
lor England, and of the General 
Prisons Board for Ireland (40 & 41 
Y. c. 21, § 6, and c. 49, § 4, Ir.); of 
the special Commissioners for Irish 
Fisheries (26 & 27 V. c. 114, § 33, 
Ir. ; continued by 31 & 32 V. c. 1 11 ; 
and amended by 32 & 33 V. c. 92, Ir.) ; 
of the Commissioners of Public 
Works in Ireland, at least for the 
purposes of the Drainage Acts (26 & 
27 V. c. 88, §§ 3, 5, Ir. ; 29 & 30 V. 
c. 49, § 21, Ir.), and of " The Settled 
Land Act, 1882 " (45 & 46 V. c. 38, 
§§ 48, 65, sub-sect. 9) ; of the office 



established under '* The Patents, 
Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 
1883" (46 & 47 Y. c. 57, § 84); 
and of the Record Office, nrhether 
in England (1 & 2 V. c. 94 ("The 
Public Record Office Act, 1838"), 
S 11) or in Ireland (30 & 31 Y. 
c. 70, § 18, Ir.). In all proceedings, 
too, under the winding-up dausee of 
the Companies Act, 1862, the seal of 
any office of the Court of Chanoerjr, 
or Bankruptcy, in England or in 
Ireland, of the Court of Session in 
Scotland, or of the Court of the Vice- 
Warden of the Stannaries, when ap- 
pended to any document made, issued, 
or signed under those clauses, or any 
official copy thereof, must be jurli- 
dally noticed (25 & 26 V. o. 89, § 125). 
^ 8 & 9 V. 0. 113. The author 
naturally felt satisfaction in refer- 
ring to this statute, as he originally 
suggested to the Law Amend. Soc 
the alterations embodied therein, and 
prepared the bill founded on them, 
which was carried by Ld. BroughaoL 



10 



CHAP. IL] 



PROOF OF COLONIAL LAWS. 



"all oourts, jadgeB, justices, masters in chancery, masters of courts, 
commissioners judicially acting, and other judicial officers, shall 
henceforth take judicial notice of the signature of any " judge of 
the Supreme Court of Judicature,^ "provided such signature be 
attached or appended to any decree, order, certificate, or othei 
judicial or official document." By sect. 3, " all copies of private 
and local and personal Acts of Parliament not public Acts, if 
purporting to be printed by the Queen's printers, and all copies of 
the journals of either house of Parliament, and of royal procla- 
mations, purporting to be printed by the printers to the Crown, or 
by the printers to either House of Parliament, or by any or either 
of them, shall be admitted as evidence thereof by all courts, 
judges, justices, and others, without any proof being given that 
such copies were so printed."' 

§9. As to oolonial laics^ an Act of 1865' provides that "the 
certificate of the clerk or other proper officer of a legislative body 
in any colony, to the effect that the document to which it is 
attached is a true copy of any colonial law assented to by the 
(Jovemor of such colony, or of any bill reserved for the signification 
of Her Majesty's pleasure by the said Governor, shall be primA 
facie evidence that the document so dbrtified is a true copy of such 
law or bill, and, as the case may be, that such law has been duly 
and properly passed and assented to, or that such bill has been 
duly and properly passed and presented to the Governor ; and any 
proclamation purporting to be published by authority of the 



» " The Judicature Act, 1873 " 
(86 & 37 V. c. 66). 

* By § 4, forgery or false printing 
any of the documents referred to 
ahove (or, by 31 & 32 Vict. c. 37, 
{4> cited post, § 1527 in note, any 
prodamation] is made a felony, 
puniahal>le ny penal servitude, or 
imprisonment for not less than a 
year; and it also is provided that, 
"whenever any such document as 
before mentioned shall have been 
received in evidence by virtue of 
this Act, the court, judge, commis- 
noner, or other person officiating 
judicially who shall have admitted 
the same, shall, on the request of 
any partjr against whom the same 
is so received, be authorised, at its 



or at his own discretion, to direct 
that the same shall be impounded, 
and bo kept in the custody of some 
officer of the court or other proper 

Serson, until further order touching 
tie same shall be given, either by 
such court, or the court to which 
such master or other officer belonged, 
or by the persons or person who con- 
stituted such court, or by some one 
of the equity or common law judges 
of the superior courts at Westminster, 
on application being made for that 
purpose." § 5 enacts, that the Act 
shall not extend to Scotland. See 
24 & 25 V. c. 98 ("The Forgery Act, 
1861 "), §§ 27—29. 

• 28 & 29 V. c 63 (" The Colonial 
Laws Validity Act, 1865 '';, $ 6. 



11 



FOREIGN AND COLONUL DOCUMENTS. [PABT I. 

Governor in any newspaper in the colony to whioh such law or 
bill shall relate, and signifying Her Majesty's disallowance of any 
suoh colonial law, or Her Majesty's assent to any such reserved 
bill as aforesaid, shall be prim& facie evidence of snoh disallowanoe 
or assent." 

§ 10. As to foreign and colonial documentSy Lord Brongham'B 
Evidence Act of 1851 ^ enacts, that " all proclamations, treaties, and 
other acts of state of any foreign state, or of any British colony, 
and all judgments, decrees, orders, and other judicial proceedings 
of any court of justice, in any foreign state or in any British 
colony, and all affidavits, pleadings, and other legal documents 
filed or deposited in any such court, may be proved in any court 
of justice, or before any person having by law or by consent of 
parties authority to hear, receive, and examine evidence, either by 
examined copies, or by copies authenticated as hereinafter men- 
tioned : that is to say, if the document sought to be proved be a 
proclamation,' treaty, or other act of state, the authenticated copy, 
to be admissible in evidence, must purport to be sealed with the 
seal of the foreign state or British colony to which the original 
document belongs ; and if the document sought to be proved be a 
judgment, decree, order, or other judicial proceeding of any 
foreign or colonial court, or any affidavit, pleading, or other legal 
document filed or deposited in any such court, the authenticated 
copy, to be admissible in evidence, must purport either to be 
sealed with the seal of the foreign and colonial court to whioh the 
original document belongs, or in the event of such court having no 
seal, to be signed by the judge, or if there be more than one judge, 
by any one of the judges of the said court ; and such judge shall 
attach to his signature a statement in writing on the said oopy 
that the court whereof he is a judge has no seal ; but if any of the 
aforesaid authenticated copies shall purport to be sealed or signed 
as hereinbefore respectively directed, the same shall respectively be 
admitted in evidence in every case in which the original document 
could have been received in evidence, without any proof of the 

» 14 & 15 V. o. 99 (" The Evidence c 60), and 14 & 15 V. o. 99 (''The 

Act, 1861 "), S 7. Evidence Act, 1851 "), as to pro^ 

' See $ 365 of '*The Merchant of proclamations by gOTomors w 

Shipping Act, 1894" (57 & 58 Y. colonies under the first-named A<i 

13 



CHAP, n.] FOBEIQN AND OOLONIAL DOCUMENTS. 

seal where a seal is neoessarj, or of the signature, or of the truth 
of the statement attached thereto, where such signature and state- 
ment are necessary, or of the judicial character of the person 
appearing to have made such signature and statement." 

§ 11. The Commissioners for Oaths Act, 1889,^ enables affi« 
davits, &c., to be sworn abroad before consuls, &o. 

S 12. Order XXXVIH. of the E. S. 0., 1883, provides, in 
Bnle 6, that ''all examinations, affidavits, declarations, affirma- 
tions, and attestations of honour in causes or matters depending in 
the High Court, and also acknowledgments required for the pur- 
pose of enrolling any deed in the Central Office, may be sworn and 
taken in Scotland, or Ireland, or the Channel Islands, or in any 
O)lony, island, plantation, or place under the dominion of Her 
Majesty in foreign partly before any judge, court, notary public, or 
penon lawfully authorised to administer oaths^ in such country, 
oolony, island, plantation, or place respectively, or before any of 
Her Majesty's consuls or vice-consuls^ in any foreign parts out of 
Her Majesty's dominions, and the judges and other officers of the 
High Court shall take judicial notice of the seal or signature^ as the 
case may be, of any such court, judge, notary public,^ person, 
consul, or vice-consul, attached, appended, or subscribed to any 
sach examinations, affidavits, affirmations, attestations of honour, 
declarations, acknowledgments, or to any other deed or document."^ 

S 13. Again, the Bankruptcy Act for Scotland^ (passed in 1856) 
facilitates the proof of certain Scottish judicial documents by enact- 
ing, in § 174, that " all deliverances," — which term includes all 
orders, warrants, judgments, decisions, interlocutors, or decrees 
imder that Aot,^ — " purporting to be signed by the Lord Ordinary, 
or by any of the judges of the Court of Session, or by the sheriff 



> 52 V. c. 10, poet, Vol. II. 

* In Baillie v. Jackson, 1853, the 
Lords Justices refused to take judi- 
cial notice of the signature of the 
Begistrar of Deeds iu St. Vincent to 
a certificate, he admittedly having 
no authority to administer an oath. 

' If there be no consiil or vice- 
consul accessible, an affidavit made 
in foreign parts may be sworn before 
a notary public. Cooke v. Wilby, 
1884 (Chitty, J.). 



• See ante, p. 9, n. ". 

• See * *The Commissioners for Oaths 
Act, 1889 " (52 V. c. 10). And see, 
also, Brooke v. Brooke, 1881 (Fry, J.). 
Similar clauses to the rule above are 
also contained in " The Court of Ad- 
miralty (Ireland) Act, 1867" (30 & 31 
V. c- 114, § 57, Ir.), and " The Matri- 
monial Causes (Ireland) Act, 1871 " 
(34 & 35 V. c. 49, § 17, Ir.). 

• 19 & 20 V. c 79. 
M4. 



13 



WHAT SIGNATURES ARE JUDiaALLT NOTICED. [PAKT I. 

[or sheriff substitute],^ as well as all extracts or oopics theieof, or 
from the books of the Court of Session, or the Sheriff Court, pu> 
porting to be signed or certified by any clerk of court, or extracts 
from or copies of registers purporting to be made by the keeper 
thereof, or extractor, shall be judicially noticed by all courts and 
judges in England, Ireland, and Her Majesty's other dominions, 
and shall be received as primal facie evidence, without the neoee- 
sity of proving their authenticity or oorrectnees, or the signatures 
appended, or the official character of the person signing, and shall 
be sufficient warranty for all diligence and execution by law com- 
petent." 

§ 14.^ In America, the signature of the Chief of the Executive 
of the State is recognised without proof.^ In Louisiana, also, 
the signatures of executive and judicial officers to all official acts 
are similarly treated.^ The English doctrine on this subject is 
difficult of definition. On the one hand, judicial notice will be 
taken of the royal sign manual,^^ and of matters stated under it ; 
of matters stated in the certificate of a principal Secretary of 
State,** and of the signatures of the judges of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature, and of the old superior equity and common 
law judges, if appended to any judicial or official document.' 
The legislature has moreover provided that judicial notice shall 
be taken of the signatures of the judges, commissioners and 
registrars of the old courts,^ and of the judges and registrars 
of the Courts^ of Bankruptcy in England, and of the judges, 
registrars, and chief clerks of the Court of Bankruptcy and 
Insolvency, now called the Court of Bankruptcy,* in Ireland;' 
and has also directed that in all proceedings under the winding* 
up clauses of the Companies Act, 1862, judicial notice shall 
be taken of the signatures of the officers of the old Courts of 

* 19 & 20 V. 0. 79, § 4. any queetion raie^ed as to the neces- 
 Gr, Ev. § 6, in part, as to first sily of proving the signature to be 

four lines. genuine. 
» Jonesv. Gale'sExors., 1817(Am.). » 8 & 9 V. o. 113, § 2, ante, § 7. 

* Id. ; Wood V. Fitz, 1820 (Am.). • 24 & 25 V. c. 134, § 204 ; 32 & 
*• Mighell V. Sultan of Johore 33 V. c. 71, § 109. 

(1893), see also post, § 1381; Lord ^ 46 & 47 V. c. 52, § 137, cited ante. 

Melville's Case (1806) ; E. v. Miller p. 9, n. *. 

(1772), and R. v. Gully (1773). In ^ S5 & 36 V. c. 58, § 6, Ir. 

neither of the cases last-named was * 20 & 21 Y. c. 60, § 362, Ir. 

14 



CHAP, n.] GAZETTES WHEN JUDICIALLY NOTICED. 

Ghancerj in England or Ireland, or of the Courts of Bankraptoy 
in England or Ireland, or of the Court of Session in Scotland, or 
of the registrar of the court of the Vice- Warden of the Stannaries, 
whenever such signatures are subscribed to any document made, 
issued, or signed under such clauses, or any official copy thereof,^ 
and that the signatures attached to certain other documents ren- 
dered admissible by statute, need not be proved. ^^ On the other 
hand, it has been said that the Courts would probably not recognise 
the signatures of the Lords of the Treasury to their official 
letters.' Many bodies are, too, by particular statutes, created 
corporations and given a seal, for instance, County Councils ; * yet 
in each such oase the seal must, in the absence of statutory provi- 
sion that judicial notice shall be taken of it, be formally proved.^ 

§ 15. The judges will take notice of the London^ DabliUy or 
Edinburgh Gazette on its mere production, and it is unnecessary to 
prove that it was bought at the office of the Queen's printer, or to 
offer any evidence as to whence it came.^ 

§ 16.* It is unnecessary to prove facts which may certainly be 
known from the invariable course of nature ; such as that a man 
is not the father of a child, where non-access is already proved until 
within six months of the woman's delivery .• Nor is it necessary to 
prove the course of time,^" or of the heavenly bodies." Public 
divisions of time, too, need not be proved, such as the ordinary public 



^ 25 ft 26 V. c. 89, § 125. seal is given to parish councils, 

*• 8 & 9 V. c. 113, § 1, ante» § 7. though they are incorporated. See 

A partial list of the more important 56 & 51 V. o. 73 ("The Local Qovem- 

of these documents will be given in ment Act, 1894 "}, § 3, sub-sect. 9. 

Part iii. Ch. iv., on Public Docu- • See, further, post, § 87. 

ments. In practice, no jjroof is re- ' R. v. Forsyth, 1814 ; 31 & 32 V. 

quired of tiie handwriting of the c. 37, §§ 2, 5, cited post, § 1527. See 

governor of HoUoway prison (26 & R. v. Holt, 1793. The case R. v, 

26 V. c 104, S 12), which for all Wallace, 1865 (Ir.), can no longer be 

purposes of law is now regarded as relied upon. See post, § 1527. 

the Queen*8 Prison. See Alcock v. • Gr. Ev. § 5, in part. 

Whatmore, 1840 ; Sbort v. Williams, » Heathcote's Divorce, 1851, H. L. ; 

1835 ; Fogarty v. Smith, 1? 35. R. v, Luffe, 1807. 

» R. V, Jones, 1809 (Ld. Ellen- w See Bury v. Blogg, 1848. 

borougbj. See 12 & 13 V. ft. 89 " However, in Collier v. Nokes, 

f** The Treasury Instruments (Pigna- 1849, Wilde, C.J., is reported to have 

ture) Act, 1849"), cited post,! 1106; held that he could not judicially 

and 31 A 32 Y . c. 37, cited post, notice at wbat hour the sun set in the 

$ 1527. month of November. See, also, Tut- 

» 51 A 52 V. c. 41 («*The TiOcal ton v. Darke, 1860 (Pollock, 0. B.). 

Government Act, 1888"), { 79. No Sed qo. P 

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[PABTL 



fasts and festiyals ; ^ the commencement or ending of the legal 
sittings;^ the coincidence of the years of the reign of any fiOYereig& 
of this country with the years of our Lord ; ' the coinoidenoe ci 
days of the week with days of the month ; * the order of tli6 
months ;* the meaning of the word " month." • The meaning of 
words in the vernacular language' need not be proved; the 
word " time," for instance, imless specifically stated, indioaiing 
in Great Britain " Greenwich mean time," and in Ireland '^ Dublin 
mean time " ; ^ and the word '' distance " being, except under 
special circumstances, taken to mean distance measured as the crow 
flies.® Nor, again, need formal proof be given as to the legal 
weights and measures ; ^® nor the positive value of the coin of the 
realm ; ^^ nor its relative value at different periods of time ; ^* nor 
matters of history affecting the whole public.^' 

§ 17.^^ Courts also recognice the principal geographical divisions. 



1 6 Yin. Abr. 492, pi. 8—44. 

* 6 Vin. Abr. 490, pi. 32. 

' Ilolman v. Burrow, 1702 ; E. r. 
Pringle, 1840. 

* a Vin. Abr. 492, pi. 6, 7, 8; Hoyle 
V. Ld. Cornwallis, 1720; Page v. 
Faucet, 1591 ; Harry v. Broad, 1704; 
Brough v. Parkins, 1703 (Ld. Holt). 
Thus the court is bound judicially to 
notice what days of the month fall 
on Sundays : Hanson v. Shackelton, 
1836 ; Pearson v. Shaw, 1844. 

* E. V. Brown, 1828. 

* This formerly, at common law 
and in equity (see Cons. Ord. Oh. 
1860, Oi-d. XXXVII. r. 10, now an- 
nulled), used to mean four weeks, 
but meant a calendar month when 
used in the ecclesiastical courts 
(Bluck V. Eackman, 1846 (Knight- 
Bruce, V.-C.J; Man v. Kicketts, 
1845 (Lord Lyndhurst); Simpson 
V. Margitson, 1847 ; Johnstone v, 
Hudleston, 1825 (Bayley, J.) ) ; in 
mercantile transactions m the city 
of London (Turner v. Barlow, 1863 
(Eile, C.J.) ) ; or in bills of ex- 
change or promissory notes (45 & 
46 V. 0. 61, § 14, sub-sect. 4, and 
§ 89) ; or in any statute pass^ after 
the year 1850 (The Interpretation 
Act, 1889, of 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63, § 9). 
And month, when used in the Eules 
of the Supreme Court (Ord. LXIV. 
r. 1), or in any judgment or order of 



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that court (Id.), unless words be 
added showing lunar month to be 
intended. As to the meaning of ** ca- 
lendar month" as applied to imprison- 
ment, see Migotti v, Colville, 1879. 

' Clementi v. Golding, 1809, as to 
the meaning of the word ''book"; 
Com. V, Kneeland, 1838 ^Am.) ; E.tJ. 
Woodward, 1831. In the last case 
the judges unanimously hold that 
they wei*e bound to notice that brant 
were a species of pulse. So in E. r. 
Swatkins, 1831, Patteson, J., after 
conferring with Bosanquet, J., judi- 
cially noticed that barley was com, in 
an indictment for arson under the 
Act just mentioned. In E. i;. Beaney, 
1820, however, the judges refused to 
notice that a colt was an animal of 
the horse species. 

8 43 & 44 V. c. 9, S 1 ; formerly 
locfkl time prevailed, see Curtis v, 
March, 1858. 

• Mouflet V. Cole, 1872. 

w Hockin v. Cooke, 1791 ; OTon- 
nell V. O'Donnell, 1878 (Ir.); 41 &42 
V. c. 49. 

" Glossop V, Jacob, 1815 ; Kearney 
V. King, 1819. 

" Bryant v. Foot. 1848. 

" See Eead v. Bishop of Linoo\ 
1892, post, § 1785; Bk. of Angxw^ 
V. Earle, 1839 (Am.). 

" Gt. Ev. § 6, as to fixit seven lin^, 
in great part. 



CHAP, n.] MATTERS JUDICIALLY NOTICED, 

Thus they jndioiallj notioe the territorial extent of the jurisdiction 
and sovereignty exercised de facto bj their own government ; ^ and 
the local divisions of their country, such as states,' provinces,' 
counties,^ counties of cities, cities,^ towns, parishes, and the like, so 
far as political government is concerned or affected; and when 
dealing with questions of navigation, the geographical positions 
and the names of places as shown on the Admiralty chart.^ But 
courts are not obliged to judicially notioe mere local divisions, nor 
their precise limits (further than they may be described in public 
statutes ^). Accordingly they have refused to notice judicially that 
'*a part of the coast called Suffolk" was not in Kent; or that 
^ Orfordness, in the county of Suffolk," was not situated between 
the North Foreland and Beachy Head ; ^ that a particular place is 
within a certain city ; ^ or that a particular town is within a 
certain diocese ; ^^ or that a street mentioned in the pleadings is 
a public thoroughfare, though the word "street," ina strata^ 
would rather imply that it was;^^ or that a particular street is 
not in a certain county, though it be notorious that a street 
bearing the same name is in another county ;'' or that a city 

^ Soe ''The Foreign Jurisdictioii and, as such, prim& facie liable to 

Act. 1890" (53 & 54 V. c. 37). legal- repair bridges within it. In Harris 

izing acts done in dominions ac(^mred v. O'Loghlon, 1871 (Ir.), the M. B. 

by 6 & 7 Y. c. 94, treaty, capitnla- took judicial notioe of the baronies 

tion, grant, usage, sufi'erance, or in an Iridh county, such baronies 

other lawful means. One of Her having been enumerated in 13 & 14 

Majesty's principal secretaries of Y. c. 68, Sch. A. (repealed by 54 & 

state, in answer to question put by bb Y. c. 67). 

any court in the Queen's dominions, ^ B. v, St. Maurice, 1851. 

is required, within a reasonable time * Birrell v. Dryer, 1884. 

in that behalf, to cause proper and * Deybel's case, 1821 ; Fazakerley 

sufficient answers to be returned to v. Wiltshire, 1720 ; B. v. Burridge, 

all such questions, which answers 1735 ; Thome v. Jackson, 1846. 

shall, upon production thereof t be final ® Deybers case, 1821. In Kirby 

and conclusive evidence, in the suit or v, Hickson, 1850, the court refused 

other proceedings, of the several to take judicial notice that Park 

matters therein contained. Street, Orosvenor Square, in Middle- 

• Whyte V. Bose, 1842. There the sex, was within twenty miles of 

court noticed, that by ** the kingdom Bussell Square, in the same county, 

of Ireland "was meant that part of ' In Brune v, Thompson, 1842, 

the United Kingdom called Ireland. where the plaintiff was nonsuited 

' Id. for not proving that the Tower of 

^ De^bel's case, 1821. In 2 Inst. London was within the City of 

557, it is said ''the King's courts" London, 

''take notice of all the counties of ^ B. v, Simpson, 1738. 

England." In B. v. Isle of Ely, " Grant v, Moser, 1843 (Tindal, 

1850, the court judicially noticed G.J.). 

that the Isle of Ely was a division " Humphreys v. Budd, 1841. See 

of a county in the nature of a riding, Thome v. Jackson, 1846. 

T. — VOU I. 17 



MATTERS JUDICIALLY NOTICED. 



[past I. 



mentioned in a document is in a particular oountrj, even though 
it ap[>ear that one with a similar name is the capital of such 
country.^ They have, however, noticed that the Queen's Prison is 
situated in England.^ 

§ 18.* The courts will, too, judicially recognise the political 
constitution or frame of their own government; its essential 
political agents or public oi&cers sharing in its regular adminis- 
tration ; and its essential and regular political operations and 
actions. Accordingly, all tribunals notice the accession and 
demise of the sovereign of their country ; * the heads of depart- 
ments, and the principal officers of state, whether past or present;' 
the marshals and sheriffs, but not the deputies of these func- 
tionaries;^ the existence of a war in which their country is 
engaged, at least when such war is recognised in public prodama- 

* 

tions or Acts of Parliament ; ' the days of special public fasts and 
thanksgivings, when recognised in like manner ; the stated days of 
general political elections ; the date and place of the sittings of the 
legislature ; 8 and, in short, "aU pubUc matters which affect 
the government of the country."' And though they were not 
formerly so,^® the journals of either House of Parliament are now 
evidence, if they purport to be printed by the official printers." 
But the courts will not recognise private orders made at the 
council-table ; ^^ nor, it seems, any orders of Council, even though 
they regard the Crown and the government,^ 



* Kearney v. King, 1819. There 
it was lield that a declaration on a 
bill drawn and accepted at Dublin, 
to wit, at Westminster, for 542/., 
must be taken to be on a bill drawn 
in England for English money, and 
that therefore proof of a bill drawn 
at Dublin in D^oland for Irish money, 
which is of less value, was a fatal 
variance. 

* Wickens v. Goatly, 1851. 
' Or. Ev. § 6, in part. 

* Holman v. Burrow, 1702 ; E. v. 
Pringle, 1840. 

* R. V. Jones, 1809; Bennett v. 
The State of Tennessee, 1826 (Am.) ; 
Whaley v. Carlisle, 1866 (Ir.) (where 
the court judicially noticed that 
Lord Hawkesbury liad been foreign 
minister in 1803). 



• See Grant v. Bagge, 1802. 

^ Dolder v. Ld. Huntingfield, 1805; 
R. V. De Berenger, 1814. When war 
is neither publicly proclaimed, nor 
noticed in any statute, its existence 
is solely a question for the jury: 1 
Hale, 164 ; Fost. C. L. d. 1, c. 2, § 12. 
The existence of war between foreign 
countries will not be judicially no- 
ticed : Dolder v. Ld. Huntingfield, 
1805 (Ld. Eldon). 

8 E. V. Wilde, 1669 ; Birt v. Both- 
well, 1697. 

» Taylor v. Barclay, 1828. 

10 E. V. KnoUys, 1694. 

» 8 & 9 V. c 113, S 3, cited ante, 
§7. 

" 6 Vin. Abr. 490. 

" Att.-Gen. v. Theakstone, 1820. 
See post, §§ 1527, 1664. 



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CHAP. II.] MATTERS JUDICIALLY NOTICED. 



§ 19. JjBLBtljy each Division of the Supreme Court is bound to 
judicially notice its own rules and course of proceeding ; ^ the rules 
and practice of the other Divisions;^ and also the limits of 
their respective jurisdictions,* — as, for instance, that the Probate, 
Divorcey and Admiralty Division has so far jurisdiction over the 
personal estate of an intestate British subject, whether situated in 
Ireland, the colonies, or any foreign country, that it may grant 
letters to administer such property, and must do so before the 
administrator can sue in any English Court in respect thereof.^ 
All courts will further notice the privileges of their officers* and 
solicitors,* a term which now includes both "attorneys" and 
** proctors" ;^ and also the fact that the assizes, though constituting 
for some purposes one legal day, may be continued from day to 
day with or without adjournment, and often occupy several natural 
days ; * the existence of courts of general jurisdiction ; ® the powers 
of the Ecclesiastical Courts ; and the jurisdiction of the Bankruptcy 
Courts,*® together with aU general rules under that Act, whether 
made by the Lord Chancellor, with the concurrence of the President 
of the Board of Trade, for carrying into effect its objects," or made 
by the Board of Trade, for regulating matters of an administrative 
character under it, if printed by the Queen's printers, purporting 
to be issued under the authority of the Board. ^^ Judicial notice 
must also be taken of the rules made under the Bankruptcy 
(Ireland) Amendment Act, 1872.^^ Certain other rules made 
under statutory authority are likewise judicially noticed. ^^ 



1 Dobeon v. Bell, 1676 ; Pugh v. 
Bobinson, 1786. 

* Lane's case, 1587 ; Worlich v. 
Massey, 1605; Mounson v. Bourn, 
1648; Eeidy v. Pierce, 1861 (Ir.) 
(Pigot, G.B.) ; Caldwell v. Hunter, 
1848. 

> Doe V. Caperton, 1829. See 
Spooner v, Juddow, 1848. 

* See Whyte V. Eose, 1842. 
» Ogle V. Norcliffe, 1708. 

* Stokes V. Mason, 1808; Chatland 

r. Thomley, 1810 ; Hunter v. Neck, 

1841 ; WaWord v. Fleetwood, 1845. 

*» Jud. Act, 1873 (36 & 37 V. c. 66), 
c 87. 

 Whitaker v. Wisbey, 1852. 

* Tregany v. Fletcher, 1696. 
» 46 & 47 V. 0. 52, §§ 92 et seq. 



" Id. S 127. 

" Bankruptcy Eules, 1883, r. 257. 

» 35 & 36 V. c. 58, § 124, Ir. 

^ The principal of Uiese are rules 
made by the Board of Trade under 
** The Gas and Water Works Facili- 
ties Act, 1873" (36 & 37 V. c. 89), 
^ 14 ; those made either by Order 
in Council, or by the Committee of 
Council, under ** The Crown Office 
Act, 1877" (40 & 41 V. c. 41), §§ 3, 
5; those made by the Lord Chan- 
cellor, under ** The Summary Juris- 
diction Act, 1879" (42 & 43 V. c. 49), 
§ 29 ; those made by the Loid 
Chancellor with the assistance of the 
Begistrar, under "The Land Trans- 
fer Act, 1875 " (38 & 39 V. c. 87). 
§ 111; those made under '*The 

19 o2 



SEFRESHINQ MEMORY OF JUDGE. [PABT I, 



§ 20. It is not dear whether or not the judges of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature are bound to notioe who are the judges in 
inferior courts of record. The weight of American authorities is 
in favour of recognising them;^ but the Court of Queens Bench 
once refused to notice who was judge of the then Court of Review.' 
The Supreme Court will not, unless when called upon to review 
their judgments,' take cognizance of the customs and proceedings 
in inferior courts of limited jurisdiction,^ except so far as they are 
regulated by statute.* 

§ 21.® Where matters ought to be judicially noticed, but the 
memory of the judge is at fault, he resorts to such means of refer- 
ence as may be at hand, and he may deem worthy of confidence.^ 
Thus, if the point be a date, he may refer to an almanac ;® if it be 
the meaning of a word, to a dictionary ;' if it be the construction 
of a statute, to the printed copy ; or, in case that appears to be in- 
correct, to the parliament roU.^® In some instances, the judge has 
refused to take cognizance of a fact, unless the party calling upon 
him to do so could produce at the trial some document by which 
his memory might be refreshed. Thus Lord Ellenborough^^ onoe 
declined to take judicial notice of the King's proclamation, the 
counsel not being prepared with a copy of the Gazette in which it 
was published ; and in a case in which it became material to con- 
sider how far the prisoner owed obedience to his sergeant, and this 
depended on the articles of war, the judges thought that these 
ought to have been produced.^^ In other cases, the courts have 
themselves made the necessary inquiries, and that, too, without 



Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Act, 
1870," either by the Court for Land 
Cases Eeserved, or by the Privy 
Council in Ireland r33 & 34 V. c. 46, 
§§ 31, 41, Ir.); and those made by 
the Irish Land Commission (see 44 & 
45 V. o. 49, 5 60, subs. 2, Ir.). 

* Hawks v. Kennebec, 1811 (Am.); 
Eipley V.Warren, 1824 (Am.); Despau 
V, Swmdler, 1825 (Am.). 

" Van Sandau v. Turner, 1845. 
» Chitty V, Dendy, 1835. 

* E. V. U. of Cambridge, 1736, 
where the court refused to notioe 
that the University Court in Cam- 
bridge proceeded according to the 
rules of the civil law. See, also, 



Lane's case, 1587 ; Peacock v. Bdl, 
1667 ; and Dance v. Eobson, 1829. 

* As, €.g,y the Court of the V.-Ch. 
of Oxford, now regulated by 17 & 18 
V. c. 81 (*'The Oxford University 
Act, 1854 '^), § 45. 

* Gr. Ev. § 6, as to first three lines. 
' GresL Ev. 295. 

• Page V. Faucet, 159L See 
Tutton v. Darke, 1860. 

• Clementi r. Golding, 1809. 

^ £. V. JefEries, 1722; Spring v. 
Eve, 1677. 

" In Van Omeronv. Dowick, 1809. 

" £. V. Withers, undated (Balier, 
J.), cited in B. v. Holt, 1793 (Boiler, 
J.). 



20 



CHAP, n.] EEFRESHING MEMORY OF JUDGE. 

stricily confining their researches to the time of the trial. TIius, 
where ^ the question was, whether the Federal Bepublic of Central 
Amerioa had been reoognised by the British Government as an 
independent state, a Yice-Ghanoellor sought for information from 
the Foreign Office ; in another oase, the Court of Common Pleas 
directed inquiry to be made in the Court of Admiralty as'to the 
maritime law ; ^ and the same Court also once made inquiry as to 
the practice of the Inrolment Office in the Court of Chancery;' 
while Lord Hardwicke^ asked an eminent conveyancer respecting 
the existence of a general rule of practice in the latter's profession. 

' Taylor v. Barclay, 1828. See, 1620. 

alflo, The Charkieh, 1878. * Willouehby v. Willougliby, 1787. 

* Chandler v. Grieves, 1792. See, also, &r. S. 0. 1883, Ord. LI. 

* Doe V. Lloyd, 1840, acting on ir. 7, 8. 
tiie authority of Wonley v. Filisker, 

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21^ AMEBICAN NOTES. [PABT L 



AMERICAN NOTES. 

§ 4. Judicial Notioe. — Certain facts a judg^ or jury will adopt 
as the basis of action without requiring the party to whose case 
they are essential to prove them by evidence. These facts, while 
having the common feature that a judge will not require them 
to be proved because he knows them already, are of two classes. 

Some facts the judge is bound to take notice of or, in other words, 
know, at his peril. If he does not treat them as proved, in any 
case in which they are relevant, such conduct is error in law. The 
party aggrieved by a failure to recognise and adopt matters which 
the judge is bound judicially to know, may have the error cor- 
rected, upon proper proceedings, in a superior court, for all judges 
in the jurisdiction are equally bound to know them. Strictly 
speaking, it is not the duty of counsel to suggest them. It is the 
duty of the court to know them. 

Another class of facts the judge is not, as before, bound to know, 
but as judges (and other men) usually know them he may fairly be 
assumed to know them. If a particular judge is not actually aware 
of any particular one of these facts, he may or he may not, as he sees 
fit, inform himself from any source, including the parties to the 
action. If he does not choose to inform himself, it is the duty of 
counsel to supply him with the needed information. If the court 
still declines to know such fact, it must be proved in the ordinary 
way or the party will lose the benefit of it, without redress in a 
superior court. Such facts are usually those of common knowledge. 

The judge in any particular trial has a dual capacity. He is, in 
the first place, a part of the administration of government, estab- 
lished for the purpose of enforcing certain standards of conduct, 
reasoning and liability, rules of law or practice, which have been 
established by the sovereign power of the jurisdiction in which the 
court is sitting. In the second place, he is an intelligent member 
of the community in which he resides. As such, he knows what is 
generally known to others in the community. These facts, usually 
not disputed and capable of easy verification if disputed, may, as a 
rule, be safely assumed to be time unless and until disputed or dis- 
proved. In other words, there is in many cases no need for proving 
to a person of average intelligence what every one assumes to be 
true, unless the fact is disputed. As Lord EUenborough said in 
Peltier's Case (28 State Trials, 616) (1803), speaking of an admission 
that Napoleon Buonaparte was Chief Consul and France and England 
at peace on a certain date, " They were capable of easy proof if they 
had not been admitted. Their notoriety seems to render the actual 
proof very unnecessary." 
The division into two classes of the facts which^ as is said; need 



CHAP, n.] AMERICAN NOTES. 2V 

not be proved, becaase judges already know them, follow with 
general correctness this division between the official and personal 
capacity of judges. In other words, matters of law or established 
by law are matters of required cognisance ; matters of fact are the 
subject of optional cognisance. When it is said a judge takes 
judicial notice of the statute law of his state a somewhat different 
thing is meant than when it is said that he knows, without proof, 
the date of the battle of Lexington. The judge may really be 
equally ignorant on both these points. The statute in question 
may but just have been enacted and the actual knowledge of it 
confined to a few officials at the seat of legislation. The judge may 
never have read or heard the date of the battle. But the fact of 
the statute he must know at the peril of committing error. The 
other fact he may be assumed to know ; but if he does not, he com- 
mits no error in law in refusing to assume its truth as part of a 
decision. The one refusal may be rectified in an appellate or 
superior court. The other will not. 

For example, in a case where both the court and parties assumed 
the existence of a law which had been repeale<3, relief by a new 
trial was granted although the point was not taken at the trial. 
Belmont v. Morrill, 69 Me. 314 (1879). 

Intebnational Relations. — Among the facts established by law 
of which courts, as part of the administration of government, are 
bound to take judicial notice are the existence of other nations, their 
sovereignty and forms of government, and the seals and other usual 
emblems or indicia of such sovereignty or government. Courts take 
cognisance of the great seal of any nation recognised by the govern- 
ment under which the Court is acting, e, g. Portugal, Church r. 
Hubbart, 2 Cranch, 186 (1804) ; Denmark, Griswold v, Pitcairn, 2 
Coun. 85 (1816) ; Lincoln v. Battelle, 6 Wend. 475 (1831). 

Such a seal is said to " prove itself," Watson w. Walker, 23 N. H. 
471, 496 (1851), speaking of the great seal of England. 

The same rule applies in the courts of one state of the Union to 
the great seal of a sister state, e. g, of a copy of a Maryland statute 
authenticated by the great seal of Maryland when offered in a court 
in Pennsylvania, U. 8. r. Johns, 4 Dall. 412 (1806) ; so in New York 
of a Michigan record, Coit v. Millikin, 1 Denio, 376 (1845), and in 
Maine of a Massachusetts record, Eobinson v. Oilman, 20 Me. 299 
(1841). It was held in Coit v. Millikin that the seal required must 
be one good at common law, "an impression upon wax, wafer, or 
some other tenacious substance," and that, in the absence of an 
enabling statute, " an impression upon paper alone (as in that case) 
is not a seal." 

But see Pierce v. Indseth, 106 U. S. 546 (1882) contra. 

The seal of the United States government will be recognised in a 
state court. Yount v. Howell^ 14 Cal. 465 (1859) \ and the seal of 



21' AMEEICAN NOTES, [PART I. 

a state in the courts of the United States, U. S. v. Amedj, 11 Wheat 
392 (1826). 

The seal of a district court of the United States proves itself 
either in a state or federal court, and the records of such court need 
not be proved in any other way than under the seal of the court as 
afhxed by the clerk. The rule is thus clearly and succinctly stated: 
— " Circuit and district courts of the United States certainly cannot 
be considered foreign in any sense of the term, either in respect to 
the state courts in which they sit, or as respects the circuit or dis- 
trict court of another circuit or district. On the contrary, they are 
domestic tribunals, whose proceedings all other courts of the country 
are bound to respect, when authenticated by the certificate of the 
clerk under the seal of the court, the rule being that the circuit 
court of one circuit or the district court of one district is presumed 
to know the seal of the circuit or district court of another circuit 
or district, in the same manner as each court within a state is pre- 
sumed to know and recognise the seal of any other court within the 
same state." Turnbull v. Payson, 95 U. S. 418 (1877) ; Womackc. 
Dearman, 7 Porter, 513 (1838). " It will not be denied that the con- 
stitution of the United States and the laws of congress passed in 
pursuance thereof, will be judicially recognised by the courts of this 
state. The several courts of the United States are called into exist- 
ence by act of congress under the constitution, and their powers and 
duties specifically defined by statute ; such courts, therefore, together 
with their seals, will also be judicially recognised." Adams r. Way, 
33 Conn. 419 (1866). 

The great seal of the Province of Upper Canada of itself imports 
verity. Lazier v. Westcott, 26 N. Y. 146 (1862). 

So the courts of a nation will so far take cognisance of the sove- 
reignty of insurgents recognised as belligerents by the executive or 
legislative branches of the government as to decline to inquire into 
the title or commission of their public vessels. Santissima Trinidad, 
7 Wheat. 283, 335 (1822). 

In a case where the condemnation of a vessel for a fraud on the 
revenue laws of St. Domingo during the French occupancy of the 
island was a fact in issue, the attestation of the proper British author- 
ities who had subsequently conquered and then held the island, was 
deemed sufficient, though " certified only under the governor's seal 
at arms, instead of a colonial or public seal." Hadfield v. Jameson, 
2 Munf. (Va.), 53, 70 (1809). 

Probably this knowledge on the part of judges of the international 
relations of the government under which they act is, historically, a 
survival of the ideas of the time when judges sat as the direct rep* 
resentatives of the king ; and might therefore be required to know 
what the king himself knew in other branches of his sovereignty, 
e. g. his relation to other nations. 



CHAP, n.] AMERICAN NOTES. 21* 

So the limits of the nation is rather a political than a legal ques* 
tioQ, the action of the executive controlling that of the courts, who 
will support the action of the coordinate branch of the government. 
Foster r. Neilson, 1 Peters, 253 (1829). 

It is, therefore, for the executive or legislative branch of govern- 
ment to take the initiative in these international matters. Courts 
will decline knowledge of the existence of sovereignties not yet rec- 
ognised by the executive and legislature. The rule is that " where 
the political authorities of the State have actually claimed and exer- 
cised jurisdiction over particular localities . . . the courts are thereby 
concluded, and have only to declare the fact and govern themselves 
accordingly, without undertaking to pass on the validity of such 
claim." State v. Wagner, 61 Me. 178 (1873). " The seal of such 
miacknowledged government cannot be permitted to prove itself; 
but it may be proved by such testimony as the nature of the case 
admits." U. S. r. Palmer, 3 Wheat. 610, 634 (1818). 

Public Laws. — It being their first and distinctive duty, as part 
of tiie government, to enforce certain established rules of law and 
general standards of conduct, courts are required to know, with- 
out proof, the laws and standards they are constituted to enforce. 
Speaking generally, and disregarding private statutes and acts of 
local application, courts take judicial cognizance of the existence 
and scope of all legal rules to which they are commissioned by the 
sovereign of their country to compel obedience. 

Law of Nations. — The law of nations being part of the public 
law of each jurisdiction receives judicial notice. 

So of the rules of navigation adopted by commercial nations. 
The Scotia, 14 Wall. 171 (1871). As the court in that case say: 
" Foreign municipal laws must indeed be proved as facts, but it is 
not so with the law of nations." For the same reason, what is 
part of the general law merchant " is matter of law for the court," 
— t. e. will be judicially noticed. Jewell v. Center, 25 Ala. 498, 505 
(1854).' For 'Hhe principles of the law merchant . . . have become 
a part of the common law.'' Munn v. Burch, 25 111. 36, 38 (1860). 
Or, as the court in a New Jersey case (Reed v, Wilson, 41 N. J. 
Law, 29 (1879) say, in taking judicial notice that a note payable 
on a certain day was properly protested on the day previous : 
"The court must take judicial notice not only of the law merchant, 
which is a part of the common law, but also of the almanac, from 
which it appears that the 15th day of December, 1872, fell on 
Sunday." To same effect, Sasscer v. Farmers' Bank, 4 Md. 409 
(1853) holds that Sundays and great festivals such as Christmas are 
dies non juridici in commercial usage. 

It has, however, been held that while the general maritime law is 
the basis of the law of the United States, it is, having no inherent 
force of its own, only so far operative in any country as it has been 



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adopted by the laws and usages of the country. The Lottawanna, 
21 Wall. 558, 573 (1874); The Scotland, 105 U. S. 24 (1881). 

As courts of admiralty are tribunals recognised by the law of 
nations, their seals need not be proved. Thompson v, Stewart, 3 
Conn. 171, 181 (1819); Yeaton v. Fry, 5 Cranch, 335 (1809). So 
of the general customs of trade. "We cannot close our ejes," 
say the supreme court of the United States, "to the well known 
course of business in the country." Bank of Kentucky r. Adams 
Express Co. 93 U. S. 185 (1876) ; Wiggins Ferry Co. v, C. & A. 
R. Co., 5 Mo. App. 347, 375 (1878). But the custom, to be noticed 
without proof, must be one of the commercial world. A com- 
mercial custom adopted by local authority, e, g, a broker's board, 
must be proved. " The court will not take judicial cognisance of 
those rules, unless they are rules or usages of trade and commerce, 
which would be recognised without their adoption by any particular 
board or association." Goldsmith v. Sawyer, 46 Cal. 209 (1873). 

The New York courts place " the general course of business in a 
community, including the universal practice of banks " in the second 
class ; i. e. among matters of optional cognisance •* of which courts 
jnay take judicial notice." Merchants Bank v. Hall, 83 N. Y. 338 
(1881) ; Yerkes v. National Bank, 69 N. Y. 382 (1877) ; Hunter r. 
N. Y. &c. K K., 116 N. Y. 615 (1889). 

Where the indicia of title to certain goods to be forwarded were 
assigned to a merchant to secure his advances, the court say that it 
is " the usual course of the great inland commerce " for agricultural 
produce between the Mississippi Valley and markets. "It has 
existed long enough to assume a regular form of dealing and it 
embraces such a wide extent of territory and is of such general 
importance, that its ordinary course and usages are now publicly 
recognised and understood ; and it is the duty of the court to 
recognise them, as it judicially recognises the general and estab- 
lished usages of .ti*ade on the ocean." Gibson v, Stevens, 8 How. 
384, 399 (1850). 

Of a custom for merchants to exchange mutual credits, the 
supreme court of Michigan say : — "We must take judicial notice 
of a custom which is familiar everywhere." Cameron v. Blackman, 
39 Mich. 108 (1878). 

The powers of a notary public, being an officer recognised by the 
law merchant in the protest of foreign bills of exchange, will be 
noticed by the court and his "seal proves itself in all countries 
where the law merchant prevails, and it is only necessary that it 
should conform to the law of the place where the notary acts." 
Orr V. Lacey, 4 McLean, 243 (1847). " The court will take judicial 
notice of the seals of notaries public, for they are officers recognised 
by the commercial law of the world." Pierce v. Indseth, 106 U. S. 
646 (1882) ; Delafield r. Hand, 3 Johns. 310, 314 (1808). 



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See also Brown v. Phila. Bank, 6 S. & R. 484 (1821). 

The recognition does not extend to the power to attest deeds. 
Nye V. McDonald, 2 Low. Can. Jurist, 109 (1857). Neese v. Farm- 
ers Ins. Co., 55 la. 604 (1881). 

But the courts will not recognise without proof the right of 
other officers empowered by local laws to protest negotiable instru- 
ments, e, g, a huissier in France. Chanoine v. Fowler, 3 Wend. 177, 
178 (1829). So of the certificate of a consul. Church v, Hubbart, 
2 Cranch, 186 (1804). 

In certain cases a notarial seal has been considered a sufficient 
certification of the proceedings of a foreign court. Yeaton v. Fry, 
5 Cranch, 335 (1809); Fellows u. Menasha, 11 Wise. 558 (1860). 

While a notarial protest of a promissory note is not, strictly 
speaking, an official act, such protest duly authenticated by his 
signature and seal is competent secondary evidence, after his de- 
cease, of the facts stated in the protest, " because it is in the usual 
course of their duty and business to keep such memoranda." Porter 
r. Judson, 1 Gray, 175 (1854). 

The seal may be made directly on the paper without wax or other 
adhesive substance. Pierce v. Indseth, 106 U. S. 546 (1882). 

This judicial knowledge of the law merchant cannot be so far 
extended as to embrace local customs. The local customs of miners 
as to location of claims must be proved by competent evidence. 
Sullivan i;. Hense, 2 Col. 424 (1874) ; Pougade v. Ryan, 21 Nev. 
449 (1893). The usages and customs of Indian tribes "must be 
regarded as facts, and must be averred and proved like any other 
material facts." Turner v. Fish, 28 Miss. 306 (1854). Courts will 
require proof of local rights in water for irrigation purposes 
even when such rights have been recognised by statute. Lewis v. 
McClure, 8 Greg. 273 (1880). But see Amer. Nat. Bk. v. Bushey, 45 
Mich. 135, 140 (1881) that the customers of a bank will be assumed 
to know the " ordinary rules and necessities of business." 

Fedkral Laws. — The constitution of the United States being 
the supreme law of the land, all courts, state and national, take 
notice without proof of certain public acts done in the exercise of 
the powers conferred by that instrument. 

Constitution op the Federal Government. — Courts are 
required to take notice of the office of president of the United 
States, its incumbent and his signature. 

So in speaking of a United States patent to lands, the supreme 
court of California say: "The patent proves itself and requires 
no authentication other than the signature of the president and the 
seal of the government. The court takes judicial notice of both 
signature and seal." Yount v. Howell, 14 Cal. 465 (1859). 

Where a patent was signed by an acting commissioner of patents, 
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to act in that capacity. "The court will take notice judicially of 
the persons who from time to time preside over the patent office, 
whether permanently or transiently, and the production of their 
commission is not necessary to support their official acts." York 
&c. R. Co. V. Wiuans, 17 How. 30 (1854). 

" State courts are bound to take judicial notice of the existence 
of the federal courts." Mims v. Swartz, 37 Tex. 13 (1872); 
Headman v. Rose, 63 Ga. 458 (1879). " We all know that the 
circuit courts of the several states, are courts of general jurisdic- 
tion, as well as we know that courts of justice of the peace are not; 
and why should judges assume a degree of ignorance on the bench 
which would be unpardonable in them when off of it ? " Jarvis r. 
Robinson, 21 Wise. 523 (1867). 

So of the existence and powers of the president of the United 
States. The proclamation of the president of the United States is 
" a public act of which all courts of the United States are bound 
to take notice and to which all courts are bound to give effect" 
Armstrong v, U. S., 13 Wall. 154 (1871). So of the departments of 
state, and public acts in pursuance of their legal powers, e. g. the 
instructions of the navy department to the naval commanders 
of the United States. The Peterhoff, Blatch. Pr. Cases, 463, 506 
(1863). 

But courts "are not bound to take official notice of the rules 
adopted for the regulation of the different departments of the 
federal government or those established by the board of land 
commissioners or surveyor general of the United States for Cali- 
fornia." Hensley v. Tarpey, 7 Cal. 288 (1857). Otherwise of the 
action of the federal land office when regulated by statute. Bige- 
low V. Chatterton, 51 Fed. Rep. 614 (1892). 

As treaties properly executed under constitutional prerogative 
are part of the law of each jurisdiction in the United States, all 
courts take judicial notice of them. Thus, in an action of slander 
charging a murder in Ireland judicial notice will be taken that 
under the " Ashburton treaty " between Great Britain and the 
United States, murder is an extraditable offence in this country. 
Montgomery v. Deeley, 3 Wise. 709 (1854). The effect of the treaty 
of Paris, ceding Louisiana to the United States, is judicially noticed 
in relation to the land titles of that state. U. S. v. Reyner, 9 How. 
127 (1850). The rule includes treaties between the United States 
and Indian nations. Carson v. Smith, 5 Minn. 78 (1860) ; U. S. v, 
Beebe, 2 Dak. 292 (1880) ; Lewis v, Harris, 31 Ala. 689 (1858). 
But where a treaty confers authority upon certain persons to do 
certain acts, courts, while recognising the existence of the authority 
without proof, will require proof of the manner in which the author- 
ity was, in point of fact, exercised. Thus, where a right to select 
a certain amount of land was conferred by a treaty with the Chip- 



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pewa Indians, proof was required of the manner in which the right 
was exercised, when that fact was material. Dole v. Wilson, 16 
Minn. 525 (1871). The public acts of congress, for similar reasons, 
are within the judicial knowledge of all courts, state and national. 
Cox V. Morrow, 14 Ark. 603 (1854). 

For example, judicial notice is taken of the national bankruptcy 
law. Morris u Davidson, 49 Ga. 361 (1873) ; Mims v. Swartz, 37 
Tex. 13 (1872). Even if such public act of congress relates to the 
District of Columbia, Bayly's Adm. v. Chubb, 16 Gratt. 284 (1862) ; 
or concerns exclusively the municipal affairs of the District of 
Columbia, Chesapeake Ohio Canal Co. v. Baltimore & Ohio Rail- 
road Company, 4 Gill & J. 1, 63 (1832). Therefore where the laws 
of Maryland were by act of congress continued in the District of 
Columbia, the courts of Virginia take judicial notice of these laws. 
Bird's Case, 21 Gratt. 800 (1871). So of the acts of congress relat- 
ing to the " disposition of the public lands, and the kind of evidence 
furnished to a purchaser and the system of surveys adopted for those 
lands by congress." Gooding v. Morgan, 70 111. 275 (1873) ; Semple 
V, Hagar, 27 Cal. 163 (1865); Papin v, Ryan, 32 Mo. 21 (1862); 
Wright r. Hawkins, 28 Tex. 452 (1866). So it is the duty of the 
state courts to take cognisance of the United States internal rev- 
enue laws and dismiss an action invalidated by such laws, though 
the point is not relied on by the parties but is taken by the court 
tud sponte. Kessel v, Albetis, 56 Barb. 362 (1870). Where con- 
gress has conferred upon a department the power to prescribe rules 
and regulations, courts will take judicial cognisance of the latter. 
Caha V. U. S., 152 U. S. 211 (1893). 

Following analogous decisions, it is held that where the substance 
of tlie statutes of another state are incorporated in a public act of 
congress, state courts will take judicial notice of such statutes. 
Flanegin r. Washington Ins. Co., 7 Pa. St. 306 (1847). 

Domestic Public Laws. — Courts not only recognise, without 
proof, the existence of treaties and congressional laws which they 
are required to enforce ; they also recognise all public laws passed 
by the appropriate branch of any state government under which 
the court is organised. State v, Jarrett, 17 Md. 309 (1861) ; Gird- 
lestone r. O'Keilly, 21 Q. B. U. C. 409 (1862) ; Inhabitants of Spring- 
field V. Worcester, 2 Cash. 52 (1848) ; U. S. v. Fuller, 4 N. M. 358 
(1889) ; Division of Howard Co., 15 Kans. 194 (1875) ; Griswold v. 
Gallup, 22 Conn. 208 (1852) ; Parent v. Walmsly's Adm., 20 Ind. 
82 (1863); Evans, Auditor, v. Brown, 30 Ind. 514 (1869) ; Dolph v. 
Barney, 5 Greg. 191 (1874); "and where one state recognises acts 
done in pursuance of the laws of another state, its courts will take 
judicial cognisance of those laws, so far as may be necessary to 
determine the validity of the acts alleged to be done in conformity 
with them." Carpenter v. Dexter, 8 Wall. 513, 531 (1869). 



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When the courts of one state have taken judicial cognisance of 
the laws of another they will " until it is proved that the law has 
been changed . . . presume it still exists." Graham v. Williams. 
21 La. Ann. 694 (1869). 

The courts of Canada take judicial cognisance of the acts of the 
Provincial legislature even though locally limited. Darling v, 
Hitchcock, 26 Q. B. U. C. 463 (1866); and Canadian Admiralty 
Courts are " bound to take judicial notice of an order in council from 
which the court derives its jurisdiction." Reg. v. The Minnie, 4 
Can. Exch. 151 (1894). 

The rule requires judicial knowledge of such public laws of any 
state or country of which the jurisdiction formed part as were in 
use while the union continued. Cox v. Morrow, 14 Ark. 603 (1854); 
Arayo v, Currell, 1 La. Rep. 528, 641 (1830) ; Stokes v. Macken, 62 
Barb. 146 (1861) ; Henthorne v. Doe, 1 Blackf. 167 (1821) ; Delano v. 
Jopling, 1 Litt. 417 (1822); U. S. v. Ritchie, 17 How. 625 (1854); 
Otto y. Soulard, 9 Mo. 673 (1845) ; Doe v. Eslava, 11 Ala. 1028 
(1847). 

It is on the same principle that American courts take cognisance 
of the common and statutory laws of England in force at the time 
of the Revolution, — so far as suitable to the new conditions. Ocean 
Ins. Co. V. Fields, 2 Story, 69, 75 (1841). 

So the courts of a territory are required to know the public laws of 
the territory, and if the going into effect of such a law is dependent 
on lapse of time or other condition, must notice the condition and its 
being complied with at any particular time. Hoyt v, Russell, 117 
U. S. 401 (1885). The federal courts, for the same reasons, take 
judicial cognisance of the public acts of congress. 

S, g. The National Bankruptcy Act. Lathrop v. Stuart, 5 
McLean, 167 (1850). 

So courts will notice repealing laws equally with other laws. 
State V. O'Connor, 13 La. Ann. 486 (1858). 

So of the amendments to the constitution, Graves v. Keaton, 3 
Cold. (Tenn.) 8 (1866). 

In general, the laws of a sister state must be proved as facts; see 
post p. 52^^ Hanley v. Donaghue, 116 U. S. 1 (1885). 

It is usually not difficult to recognise a public act. As a rule it 
applies to all parts of a state. 

But this is not essential. " It is a public act if it extends to all 
persons within the territorial limits described in the statute.'' 
Levy V. State, 6 Ind. 281 (1855). An act for the survey of a tract 
of land is special. Allegheny v. Wilson, 25 Pa. St., 332 (1855). 
But see Duren v. Houston &c. R. Co., 86 Tex. 287 (1893). The 
court will not take judicial notice of the stages of the passage of a 
public act, as set out in the legislative journals. The journals must 
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authenticity." Grob v. Cushman, 45 111. 419 (1867) ; Stall v. Druny, 
118 Ind. 449 (1888); Chesapeake &c. Caaal Co. v. Baltimore &c. 
R. R. Co., 4 Gill & J. 1, 63 (1832). 

But whether a statute " be a law or not a law, is a judicial ques- 
tion, to be settled and determined by the courts and judges. . . . 
When once it became the settled construction of the Constitution 
of Illinois that no act can be deemed a valid law, unless, by the 
journals of the legislature, it appears to have been regularly passed 
by both houses, it became the duty of the courts to take judicial 
notice of the journal entries in that regard." Town of South 
Ottawa V. Perkins, 94 U. S. 260 (1876). Courts may examine the 
original roll in Secretary's office and any other sources of infor- 
mation. Bo wen v. Mo. Pac. R. R., 118 Mo. 641 (1893) ; Moog v, 
Randolph, 77 Ala. 597 (1884). 

To determine the existence of a statute or when it went into 
effect judges " have a right to resort to any source of information 
which in its nature is capable of conveying to the judicial mind a 
clear and satisfactory answer to such question, always seeking 
first for that which in its nature is most appropriate, unless the 
positive law has enacted a different rule." Gardner v. Collector, 6 
Wall. 499 (1867) ; Somers v. State (So. Dak.), 58 N. W. 804 (1894) ; 
State V. Bailey, 16 Ind. 46 (1861) ; Pierson v. Baird, 2 Greene (la.), 
235 (1849) ; Berliner v. Waterloo, 14 Wise. 378 (1861). 

Certain laws applying only to a limited portion of the state are 

considered public because they apply to all citizens of the state. 

For example, in a Massachusetts case. Parsons, C. J., speaking of 

an act for the preservation of bass in d certain river in the present 

state of Maine, says, " We are of opinion that the statute referred 

to is a public statute. It is obligatory on all the citizens, and they 

must notice it at their peril. We must, therefore, ex officio, take 

notice of it. Indeed, all the laws regulating the taking of fish are 

made for the public benefit, to preserve the fish, and are public 

statutes." Burnham v. Webster, 5 Mass. 266 (1809) ; so where an 

act forbidding any but specified persons from surveying or marking 

lumber in a certain county in Maine, and all persons from buying 

or selling lumber not so marked, was attacked as unconstitutional, 

the court say : "It is true that public acts are usually general in 

their character and operation, and equally applicable to all parts 

of the state. There are other acts which are considered as public 

acts, of which all persons are bound to take notice upon their peril, 

and yet they are local, because the violation of them is and must 

be local. . . . Nothing appears which indicates that the law was 

not intended as a public benefit, of which all the citizens of the 

state, as well as others, might equally participate." Pierce v, 

Kimball, 9 Greenl. 54 (1832). So an act authorising riparian 

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improvements into public waters "operating as a grant of the 
public domain, and affecting tlie rights of navigation and fishery^ 
by allowing improvements to be made out into navigable water/' 
was said to be entitled to be "judicially noticed by the court as a 
public law." Hammond's Lessees v. luloes, 4 Maryland, 138, 172, 
(1853). On a criminal charge of selling "one pint of whiskey for 
6 cents, not for mechanical or medicinal purposes," in violation of a 
statute applying to three towns in a certain county, forbidding 
sales of so small a quantity, except for these purposes, the defend- 
ant objected that the statute was not set out in the complaint. In 
overruling the objection, the court say, " Although local, it is not a 
private statute. To constitute a statute a public act, it is not 
necessary that it should extend to all parts of the state. It is a 
public act if it extend equally to all persons within the territorial 
limits described in the statute. The court was bound to notice tbat 
statute without pleading." Levy v. State, 6 Ind. 281 (1855). The 
same rule is applied where a general " Local option" law is passed, 
and the operation of the statute is dependent on an election. State v. 
Cooper, 101 N. C. 684 (1888). 

** There are statutes that are local in one sense which are never- 
theless public statutes ; for it is not necessary to constitute a statute 
a public act that it should be equally applicable to all parts of the 
state. It is sufficient if it extend to all persons doing or omitting 
to do an act within the territorial limits described in the statute." 
Bretz V. Mayor &c. of New York, 6 Robertson, 325 (1868), a case hold- 
ing that a statute conferring on the supreme court jurisdiction of 
actions against the corporation of New York city, was a public 
statute. So a statute creating a public office is a public statute. 
State V. Jarrett, 17 Md. 309 (1861). So a joint resolution imposing 
a duty on a public officer is a public statute and will be judicially 
recognised. State v, Delesdenier, 7 Tex. 76 (1851). The courts of 
Lower Canada take notice of acts published in the official gazette. 
Dubois v. Fanteaux, 7 Rev. Leg. 430 (1875). 

A statute changing the name of a township "is a public local 
one, of which the court takes notice." State v. Cooper, 101 N. C. 
684 (1888). 

MuNicrpAL Corporations. — The case last cited is an illustration 
of the general rule that, as municipal corporations are not so much 
local legal entities with certain powers as they are instrumentalities 
for carrying on the functions of government, legislative acts creat- 
ing, enlarging, or otherwise modifying such local municipalities and 
defining their powers, though necessarily of limited territorial 
application, are publicf acts of which the courts take judicial notice. 
Albrittin v. Huntsville, 60 Ala. 486 (1877) ; Macey v. Titcombe, 19 
Ind. 135 (1862) ; Stier v. Oskaloosa, 41 la. 353 (1875) ; Prell r. 
McDonald, 7 Kans. 426, 445 (1871); State v. Murfreesboro, 11 



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Hurapb. (Tenn.) 217 (1850) ; Gallagher v. State, 10 Tex. App. 469 
(1881) ; Alexander v. Milwaukee, 16 Wise. 247 (1862) ; Fauntleroy 
V. Hannibal, 1 Dill. (U. S.) 118 (1871) ; Peoples. Potter, 35 Cal. 110 
(1868) ; Jones v. Lake View, 151 111. 663 (1894) ; Briggs v. Whipple, 
7 Vt. 15, 19 (1835) ; Bituminous &c. Co. v. Fulton, 33 Pac. Rep. 
(Cal.) 1117 (1893). For this reason the charter of a village cor- 
poration is a public law. Village of Winooski v. Gokey, 49 Vt. 282 
(1877). 

As in analogous cases, a special statute of village incorporation 
which is declared in the act itself to be a public statute will be 
noticed without proof. Gormley v. Day, 114 111. 185 (1885). 

The rule applies to prior acts of incorporation since superseded. 
Swain v. Comstock, 18 Wise. 463 (1864) ; by the same or a former 
government. Payne v. Tread well, 16 Cal. 220, 231 (1860). 

As the court say in Prell v. McDonald, (7 Kans. 426 (1871) : " In 
chartering such corporations the state in one sense charters a portion 
of itself. Such corporations are simply instruments in the hands 
of the state, made use of for the better protection of rights, the 
administration of justice, and the enforcement of the laws." 

Tiiis judicial knowledge extends to similar acts of a former govern- 
ment of the state. " San Francisco having been constituted, by a 
public political act of the former government, a pueblo, we must take 
judicial notice of its existence, powers, and rights." Payne v. Tread- 
well, 16 Cal. 220, 231 (1860). The case is different only by being 
stronger where municipalities, e. g., towns, are created under a 
general law, "conferring uniform and general powers on each." 
Aldermen and Council v. Finley, 10 Ark. 423 (1850) ; Briggs v, 
Whipple, 7 Vt. 15 (1835). Courts take judicial notice of such incor- 
porating statutes as being public statutes. "But the fact that a 
particular village or town has availed itself of the provisions of 
these statutes, and became incorporated as they authorise, is private 
in its character, and we know of no principle of law which would 
require or authorise the courts to take judicial notice of it." Hard v. 
City of Decorah, 43 la. 313 (1876) ; Rousey v. Wood, 47 Mo. App. 
465 (1891). 

Kailboads. — The existence of a general railroad law stands on 
the same footing as any other public law and is noticed as such. 
Heaston v. Cincinnati, &c. R. R., 16 Ind. 275 (1861). 

But statutes incorporating particular railroads have been held to 
be private. They are said (Ohio R. Co. v. Ridge, 5 Black. 78 (1839) 
to " operate upon particular persons and private concerns." Atchi- 
son, &c. R. R. V. Blackshire, 10 Kans. 477, 487 (1872) ; Perry v. 
New Orleans, &c. Railroad Co., 55 Ala. 413/»426 (1876). But see 
Hall V. Brown, 58 N. H. 93 (1877) ; Caldwell v. Richmond R. R., 89 
Ga. 550 (1892), contra. 

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land grant or reserve to aid the construction of a railroad is a publio 
act, though printed among the private laws. 

'^ In the case of public corporations created by public laws, the 
court is officially to take notice of the corporate character." 
Winnipiseogee Lake Co. v. Young, 40 N. H. 420 (I860). 

So of other public corporations. M g^ the existence of the state 
bank of Arkansas need not be proved in the courts of that state. 
McKiel ». Real Estate Bank, 4 Ark. 692 (1841). So of the Bank of 
Tennessee. Shaw v. State, 3 Sneed (Tenn.), ^Q (1855). 

The courts will recognise bank charters as public acts of which 
they are obliged to take judicial notice. Davis v. Bank of Fulton, 
31 Ga. 69 (1860) ; Bank of Newberry, 9 Rich. (S. C.) 495 (1855) ; 
Hays V. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, 9 Gratt. 127 (1862). 

And acts in amendment thereof. Jemison v. Planters and Mer- 
chants Bank, 17 Ala. 764 (1850). 

The rule extends to a case where an insurance company was by 
statute made a bank of discount and deposit. Gordon t;. Mont- 
gomery, 19 Ind. 110 (1862). 

Statutory Modifications. — Courts may be required by statute 
to take judicial cognisance of private laws. Bixler's Adm. v, 
Parker, 3 Bush, 166 (1867). 

Speaking of such a private law, the Virginia court of appeals 
say : " The judicial notice we are to take of it, is the same with 
that which we give to laws of a general and public nature." 
Somerville v. Wimbish, 7 Gratt. 206 (1850). 

Where a public statute requires cognisance of particular facts, 
e,g. the result of local option (liquor) elections, such cognisance 
will be taken, " and since no sources of information are pointed out, 
it is incumbent on this as well as all other courts to inform itself 
by recourse to any and all sources of information." Puckettr. 
State, 71 Miss. 192 (1893) ; Thomas v. Com., 90 Va. 92 (1893). But 
see also Whitman v. State, 80 Md. 410 (1894). 

So if a statute incorporating a private corporation declares itself 
to be a public statute, the courts will take judicial cognisance of it 
Beaty v. Lessee of Knowles, 4 Peters, 162 (1830). 

So where the statute does not require that private acts should 
be specially pleaded. Halbert v. Skyles, 1 A. K. Marsh, (Ky.) 368 
(1818) ; Hart v. Bait. & O. R. R., 6 W. Va. 336 (1873). 

Where a private statute is recognised and amended by an act 
declared to be public, courts will take judicial notice of the origrinal 
statute. Lavalle v. People, 6 111. Ap. 167 (1880) . So an addition 
to a public act is itself public. Belmont v. Morrill, 69 Me. 314 (1879). 
The repeal of a public law is itself public. State v, O'Conner, 13 
La. Ann. 487 (1858). 

Where particular facts are established by public statutes, the 
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certain buildings as public houses under the gaming laws. Grant 
t. State, 27 S. W. 127 (Tex. 1894). 

So of the establishment of a probate court in a certain county. 
La Salle Co. v. Milligan, 143 111. 321 (1892). 

The coui*ts of Canada take cognisance of facts published in the 
official gazette. Simms v. Quebec, &c. R. E., 22 Low. Can. Jur. 20 
(1877). 

It follows from what has been said that, except in these instances 
of legal requirement, courts do not take judicial notice of private 
statutes. Leland v. Wilkinson, 6 Peters, 317 (1832). So of the 
incorporation of private corporations. Workingmen's Bank v. Con- 
verse, 33 La. Ann. 963 (1881) ; Broad Street Hotel Co. v. Weaver's 
Adm. 57 Ala. 26 (1876) ; Danville &c. Plank-Road Co. v. State, 16 
Ind.456 (1861); Perdicaris v. Trenton City Bridge Co., 29 N. J. 
Law, 367 (1862). 

In cases where the statute incorporating a bank or other institu- 
tion declares itself to be a public act, that fact alone is sufficient to 
require the courts of the same jurisdiction to take judicial notice 
of it Buell V. Warner, 33 Vt. 570 (1861). 

So of a railroad. Cincinnati, &c. R. R. v. Clifford, 113 Ind. 460, 
467 (1887); Hammett v. Little Rock, &c. R. R. Co., 20 Ark. 204 
(1859) ; Western &c. R. R. v. Roberson, 61 Fed. Rep. 592 (1894). 

Or a statute may require courts to take judicial notice of village 
organisations as public acts. Doyle v. Village of Bradford, 90 111. 
416 (1878). Or of the incorporation of proprietors of lands. Beaty 
V. Lessee of Knowler, 4 Pet. 152 (1830). 

In other cases where a statute requires courts to take judicial 
notice of an otherwise private statute it will be the court's duty to 
take such notice. Eel River Draining Association v. Topp, 16 Ind. 
242 (1861). 

So courts take judicial notice of all statutes except those which 
declare themselves to be private if such is the requirement of the 
state constitution. Covington Drawbridge Co. v. Shepherd, 20 
How. 227 (1857). 

Courts do not take cognisance of other private statutes. City of 
Allegheny v. Nelson, 25 Pa. St. 332 (1855). For example, the in- 
corporation of a turnpike by a special act. Aliter of a corporation 
under a general law. Danville, &c. Plank Rd. v. State, 16 Ind. 456 
(1861). 

So the superior judiciary of a state will not take cognisance of 
Pity, town, or county ordinances, or by-laws. Furman v. Mayor, &c. 
of Huntsville, 54 Ala. 263 (1875) ; Hassard v. Municipality No. 2, 7 
La. Ann. 495 (1852) ; State w. Oddle, 42 Mo. 210 (1868) ; City of 
MoPherson v, Nichols, 48 Kans. 430 (1892). Garvin v. Wells, 8 la. 
286 (1859) ; Lucker v. Com., 4 Bush (Ky.) 440 (1868) ; City of 
Winona v. Burke, 23 Minn. 254 (1876) ; Mooney v. Kennett, 19 Mo. 



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551 (1854) ; Shanfelter v. Baltimore, 80 Md. 483 (1894) ; City of 
St. Louis V. Roche (Mo.), 31 S. W. 915 (1895) ; Porter v. Waring, 
69 N. Y. 250 (1877). So of the regulations of a canal board. 
Palmer v, Aldridge, 16 Barb. 130 (1852). 

But it is within the reasoning by which courts take judicial 
cognisance of laws which they are constituted to enforce that the 
same municipal ordinances which must be proved before a superior 
court of judicature are recognised without proof by the courts of 
the body which passed the ordinance. State v. City of Dubuque, 
11 la. 407 (1860). 

So though the court will take judicial cognisance of the charter 
of a municipality and of its power to make by-laws, the existence 
of any particular by-laws so made must be alleged and proved. 
Case V. Mayor of Mobile, 30 Ala. 538 (1857) ; Sherrel v. Murray, 49 
Mo. App. 233 (1892). So where, by statute, a county board was au- 
thorised to prescribe by order entered on its records such animals 
as could legally run at large, if such orders exist that fact must be 
alleged and proved. In the absence of such allegation and proof, 
cases will be determined by the general rules of law, unaffected by 
the statute. Indianapolis &c. R. Co. v, Caldwell, 9 Ind. 397 (1857). 
The reason of the rule is partly given in Porter v. Waring, 69 !X. Y. 
250 (1877), where the court say that a contrary rule "would open 
the door in many cases to mere conjecture, and involve an inquiry 
as to local enactments ; the time when they took effect ; the priority 
of the same, and their application to the case in litigation ; which 
it would be difficult to dispose of without proof and which are not 
properly included within the ordinary scope of judicial knowledge 
in tht determination and trial of cases." 

Of course, the court, ex gratiay may look up the ordinance for 
itself, as was done in Hassard v. Municipality No. 2, 7 La. Ann. 
495 (1852) ; and it has been held that where an inferior court is re- 
quired to take cognisance of local statutes, the appellate court should 
do the same, on hearing of the appeal. Solomon v, Hughes, 24 
Kans. 211 (1880). 

The statutory permission to prove a by-law, ordinance, &c., by a 
printed copy properly authenticated does not affect the rule. City 
of Winona v. Burke, 23 Minn. 254 (1876). 

Judicial Cognisance of State Law by Federal Courts.— 
Not only do state courts take notice of the laws of the United 
States but the federal courts take cognisance of state laws. Thus, 
the circuit courts of the United States take judicial cognisance 
of the public laws of any state of the Union, when relevant to the 
issue, though such state is not within its immediate jurisdiction. 
The reason is stated by Story, J., in Owings v. Hull (9 Peters, 607, 
624 (1835)) where it was held that the circuit court of the United 
States for Maryland was bound to take judicial cognisance of the 



CHAP, n.] AMEllICAN NOTES. 21^ 

laws of Louisiana as to the possession of a notarial instrument 
executed in New Orleans. "The circuit courts of the United 
States are created by congress, not for the purpose of adminis- 
tering the local law of a single state alone, but to administer the 
laws of all the states in the Union, in cases in which they re- 
spectively apply. The judicial power conferred on the general 
goverDment by the constitution extends to many cases arising 
under the laws of the different states. . . . That jurisprudence 
is then, in no just sense, a foreign jurisprudence, to be proved in 
the courts of the United States, by the ordinary modes of proof 
by which the laws of a foreign country are to be established, but it is 
to be judicially taken notice of in the same manner as the laws of 
the United States are taken notice of by these courts." See also 
Elwood V. Flannigan, 104 U. S. 662 (1881); Merrill v, Dawson, Hemp- 
stead (C. Ct. of Ark.), 563 (1848) ; Hinde v. Vattier, 5 Pet. 398 
(1831) ; Jones v. Hays, 4 McLean, 621 (1849) ; Hanley v. Donaghue, 
116 U. S. 1 (1886). 

The rule extends to state statutes. Merchants Kat. 6k. v, 
McGraw, 69 Fed. Rep. 972 (1894). So, following the analogy of 
the state courts, the federal courts will judicially recognise the 
law of any foreign country, establishing land titles in any state once 
part of that country. U. S. v. Turner, 11 How. 663 (1860) ; Loree 
V, Abner, 67 Fed. Rep. 159 (1893). 

In like manner, the supreme court of the United States exer- 
cising an appellate jurisdiction from the circuit courts of the 
United States takes the same judicial cognisance as to state laws 
that the circuit courts themselves do. It is accustomed "con- 
stantly to take notice of and administer the jurisprudence of all the 
states." Owings v. Hull, 9 Peters, 607, 624 (1835), per Story, J. 
"Needing no averment or proof." Hanley v. Donaghue, 116 U. S. 
1, 7 (1885) ; Carpenter v. Dexter, 8 Wall. 513 (1869). As is said in 
Hanley r. Donaghue (ubi supra), " whatever was matter of law in 
the court appealed from is matter of law here, and whatever was 
matter of fact in the court appealed from is matter of fact here." 
"The law of any state of the Union, whether depending upon 
statutes, or upon judicial opinions, is a matter of which the courts 
of the United States are bound to take judicial notice, without plea 
or proof." Lamar v. Micou, 114 U. S. 218 (1885). 

Where the supreme court of the United States entertains a writ 
of error to a state court of last resort it takes the same judicial , 
cognisance of the public laws of the state of the court said to be in 
error that the state court itself would take, " needing no averment 
or proof." Hanley v. Donaghue, 116 U. S. 1, 7 (1885). 

Under these circumstances of a writ of error to a state court, the 
supreme court of the United States has, it will be noted, a nar- 
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from a circuit court of the United States and ^does not take 
judicial notice of the laws of another state, not proved in that 
court and made part of the record sent up, unless by the local law 
that court takes judicial notice of it" Liverpool Steam Co. v, 
Phenix Insurance Co., 129 U. S. 397, 445 (1888) ; Hanley t?. 
Donaghue, 116 U. S. 1 (1885) ; Renaud v. Abbott, 116 U. S. 277, 
285 (1886). 

" The courts of the United States take judicial notice of the 
laws and judicial decisions of the several states." Cheever r. 
WUson, 9 Wall. 108 (1869) ; Elwood v. Flannigan, 104 U. S. 5G2 
(1881); Liverpool Steam Co. v. Phenix Ins. Co. 129 U. S. 397, 
(1888). 

But while it is the duty of these courts to take such cognisance, 
they may by rule or otherwise compel litigants to assist them in so 
doing, e. g. by setting out in their briefs all statutes relied upon. 
School Dist. t;. Ins. Co., 101 U. S. 472 (1879). 

"Federal Question." — Where in a state court the provision 
of the federal constitution requiring "full faith and credit " to be 
given to the "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings" of 
another state is involved (Const. U. S. Art. IV. sec. 1, Stats. 1790, 
11), the state court will take the same judicial cognisance of the 
laws of the state the validity of whose acts is in question that it 
takes of its own laws. The reason on which this rule is based is 
succinctly stated by the supreme court of Pennsylvania in Ohio r. 
Hinchmau, 27 Pa. St. 479 (1856). "A judgment of this court, 
adverse to the right arising out of the federal constitution and 
legislation, would be reviewable in the Supreme Court of the 
United States, and there tlie states of the confederacy are not 
regarded as foreign states, whose laws and usages must be proved, 
but as domestic institutions whose laws are to be noticed without 
pleading or proof. It would be a very imperfect and discordant 
administration for the court of original jurisdiction to adopt one 
rule of decision, while the court of final resort was governed by 
another; and hence it follows, that in questions of this sort, we 
shall take notice of the local laws of a sister state in the same 
manner the supreme court of the United States would do on a writ 
of error to our judgment." 

To same effect is Paine v, Schenectady Ins. Co., 11 R. I. 411 
(1876). 

Foreign Laws. — Judicial notice cannot be taken of forei^ 
laws. As a general rule they must be alleged and proved like other 
facts. See post p. 62". 

The highest court of a state may be required, by statute, to take 
"judicial notice of the laws and the statutes of our sister states." 
Hobbs V. Memphis & Gharlestown E. Go.^ 9 Heisk. (Tenn.) 373 
(1872). 



CHAP, n.] AMERICAN NOTES. 21 ^^ 

Notice is not taken even when the foreign law, 6. g, established 
rate of interest in other states^ is printed as part of the general 
statutes of a particular state. Insurance Co. of North America v. 
Forcheimer, 86 Ala. 541 (1888). 

If the foreign law is made part of the record in error before the 
supreme court of the United States it will be considered. Green 
r. Van Buskirk, 7 Wall. 139 (1868). 

CooKDiNATB Bbanghes OF GovEKNMENT. — For rcasons ana- 
logous to those requiring state courts to recognise the existence 
and composition of the national government and its international 
relations, all courts recognise the existence and composition of the 
government by which they are constituted, in its executive, legis- 
lative, and judicial branches. " It is certainly true that the courts 
will judicially recognise the public officers of the state, under whose 
laws and organisation they act as the chief executive, the heads of 
departments ; judges of courts of general jurisdiction ; attorneys 
for the state, sheriffs, and we see no reason why clerks of the 
courts should not also be included." Major v. State, 2 Sneed 
(Tenn.), 11 (1854), — a case deciding that where the clerk of the 
circuit court in one county transmits papers to the circuit court 
of another county, on a charge of venue, the seal of the court is 
Dot essential to the authentication of the transmitting clerk, 
whose signature will be judicially noticed. Courts will not require 
proof of the signature of the governor of their state or the date 
of his election and inauguration. Wells v. Jackson Iron Mfg. 
Co., 47 N. H. 235 (1866) ; Dewees v. Colorado Co., 32 Tex. 570 
(1870) ; Hizer ». State, 12 Ind. 330 (1859). " The court must take 
judicial notice of the changes made in the executive department" 
Lindsey v. Atty.-Gen., 33 Miss. 508, 528 (1857). And courts will 
notice the accession of the de facto governor. State v. Williams, 
6 Wise. 308 (1856) ; and his appointment of A. as a district judge. 
De la Rosa v. State, Tex. Crim. App. (1893), 21 S. W. Rep. 192 ; and 
of the public proclamations of the governor, e. g,y in calling for 
troops. Hanson v. South Scituate, 115 Mass. 336 (1874). So it has 
been held by the supreme court of Louisiana that the signatures of 
former Spanish governors of their state need not be proved. Jones 
V. Gale's Curatrix, 4 Martin, 635 (1817). 

Courts "are bound judicially to know who are the sheriffs of the 
several counties." Ingram «. State, 27 Ala. 17 (1855) ; Alexander v. 
Burnham, 18 Wise. 199 (1864) ; Thompson v. Haskell, 21 111. 215 
(1859) ; and their signatures. Wood v. Fitz, 10 Martin, 196 (1821). 
A court will take judicial notice of the civil officers of the county 
in which it holds its sittings. Thielmann v. Burg, 73 111. 298 (1874) ; 
and 80 of the signature of the recorder. Scott v. Jackson, 12 La. 
Ann. 640 (1857). So of the registers of the several counties of the 
state. Fancher v. De Montegre, 1 Head, 40 (1858) ; and the levee tax- 



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collector. Templeton v. Morgan, 16 La. Ann. 438 (1862) ; Wethen- 
bee V. Dunn, 32 Cal. 106 (1867). "Courts are authorised and 
required," say the supreme court of Alabama, "to take judicial 
notice of the various commissioned officers of the state, and to 
know the extent of their authority, their official signatures, and 
their respective terms of office, — when such terms commence, and 
when they expire. The dates of these commissions are matters of 
public record in the executive department of the state government, 
being accessible to inquiry by all who may be concerned, and the 
law fixes the duration of each official term." Gary v. State, 76 Ala. 
78 (1884) ; Bennett v. State, 1 Mart. & Yerg. 133 (1827). The 
supreme court of California holds that "the courts will take 
judicial notice of the officers of a county and the genuineness of 
their signatures ; and when the law provides for the appointment of 
a deputy by one of these officers, courts will also judicially recog- 
nise such deputy and the genuineness of his signature." Himmel- 
mann v. Hoadley, 44 Cal. 213, 226 (1872). So the Pennsylvania 
courts take judicial notice of aldermen as public officers. Fox 
V. Com., 81* Pa. St. oil (1875). Illinois courts take cognisance 
who are justices of the peace ; Graham v. Anderson, 42 111. 614 
(1867) ; and other civil officers, Brackett v. People, 115 111. 29 
(1885), including "justices of the various courts of record of the 
State, and of their terms of office." Vahle v. Bracken.seik, 145 111. 
231 (1893). Probably Courts will not take cognisance of the 
official character of a deputy marshal. Ward v, Henry, 19 Wise 
76 (1865). They will not recognise the official character of a 
deputy sheriff. State Bank v. Curran, 10 Ark. 142 (1849) ; Land 
V. Patteson, Minor (Ala.) 14 (1820), he not being "commissioned 
in the name of the state or required by statute to take any oath 
of office." But where a statute authorised a superintendent of 
streets to appoint deputies, the courts of California "judicially 
recognise such deputy and the genuineness of his signature." Him- 
melmann v, Hoadley, 44 Cal. 213 (1872). A deputy auditor general, 
"being a state officer known to the law," will be judically recog- 
nised. People V. Johr, 22 Mich. 461 (1871). 

Where the terms of all justices of the peace by law expire on a 
certain day the court will take notice of that fact. Stubbs v. State, 
53 Miss. 437 (1876). 

So the courts of Indiana " take notice, as matter of law, that the 
trustee of a civil township is also trustee of the school township. 
Inglis V. Hughes, 61 Ind. 212 (1878). 

Such cognisance includes knowledge of the general elections at 
which such officers are voted for. State v. Minnick, 15 la. 123 
(1863) ; Ellis r. Reddin, 12 Kans. 306 (1873). The reason is prob- 
ably that given in Davis v. Best, 2 la. 96 (1853). " The August 
election is established by law^ and the time it is held should be 



CHAP, n.] AMERICAN NOTES. 2120 

judicially taken notice of." See also Burnett v. Henderson, 21 
Tex. 5SS (1858) ; Lewis v. Supervisors, 70 111. 65 (1873). 

Of these requirements of judicial knowledge, the supreme court 
of Alabama say (Gk)rdon v. Tweedy, 74 Ala. 237 (1883) : **This cognis- 
ance may often extend far beyond the actual kuowledge, or even the 
memory of judges, who may therefore resort to such documents of 
reference, or other authoritative sources of information as may be at 
hand, and may be deemed worthy of confidence." The court will 
not take cognisance of who are town constables. The fact is not '' of 
publick notoriety." Doe t?. Blackman, 1 D. Chipman (Vt.) 109 (1797). 

Statutoey Geogbaphy. — Courts are required to take judicial 
notice of geographical or administrative subdivisions of the 
sovereignty by which they are constituted. Vanderwerker v. People, 
5 Wend. 530 (1830); McDonald v, DeCairl, 1 Chan. Cham. 84 
(1859) ; State v. Powers, 25 Conn. 48 (1856) ; State v, Wagner, 
61 Me. 178 (1873); Com. r. Desmond, 103 Mass. 445 (1869); 
Winnipiseogee Lake Co. v. Young, 40 N. H. 420 (1860) ; U. S. 
r. Beebe, 2 Dak. 292 (1880) ; Smitha u Floumoy's Adm., 47 Ala. 
345 (1872) ; Martin v. Martin, 51 Me. 366 (1863) ; Chesapeake Ac- 
Canal Co. V. Baltimore &c. R. R. Co., 4 Gill & J. 1, 63 (1832) 5 
Boston V. State, 5 Tex. App. 383 ; Woodward v. Chicago &c. R. R., 
21 Wise. 309 (1867). 

'^ Courts take notice of the local divisions of the state, as into 
counties, cities, towns, &c., and of the relative position thereof, but 
not of the precise boundaries and distances. And they are not 
bound to take judicial notice of the local situation and distances of 
the different places in counties from each other." Goodwin v, 
Appleton, 22 Me. 453 (1843) ; Doyle v. Village of Bradford, 90 111. 
416 (1878) ; Boston v. State, 5 Tex. App. 383 (1879) ; Gooding v. 
Morgan, 70 111. 275 (1873); Martin r. Martin, 51 Me. 366 (1863). 
But the supreme court of Rhode Island, without citation of authori- 
ties, hold that 'Hhe courts are bound to take cognisance of the 
boundaries in fact claimed by the state." State v. Dunwell, 5 R. I. 
127 (1855); and that of Iowa judicially knows that Race Island 
is in the jurisdiction of the adjoining state of Illinois. Gilbert v. 
Moline Water Power & MTg Co., 19 la. 319 (1865). So of the popu- 
lation of a county according to the United States census, if the 
legislature has classified counties on this basis. Worcester Nat. 
Bank t-. Cheney, 94 111. 430 (1880) ; State v. Marion Co. Ct. (Mo.), 
31 S. W. 23 (1895). Judicial notice is taken of population as fixed 
by the census. Hawkins v, Thomas, 3 Ind. App. 399 (1891). So a 
territorial court is required to take cognisance of the limits and 
relative distances of the territory. Hoyt v. Russell, 107 U. S. 401 
(1885). So far as the limits of county jurisdiction depend upon 
the construction of records, ^' it is purely a question of law for the 
court" State v. Wagner, 61 Me. 178 (1873). 



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Where a statute declared certain houses to be public, the court 
will "recognise such houses to be public places." Graham r. 
Williams, 27 S. W. Rep. 127 (1894), (Crim. Ct. Appeals of Tex.). 
" Judicial knowledge of the location of towns is limited to such 
places as are recognised by general statutes." Field r. State (Tex.), 
» 24 S. W. Rep. 407 (1893) ; Pennsylvania Co. r. Horton, 132 Ind. 
189 (1892). The public political act may be one by a former govern- 
ment, establishing the municipality. Payne v. Tread well, 16 CaL 
220 (1860). 

Courts are not required to know that a place is within a particular 
county. Boston v. State, 5 Tex. App. 383 (1879); Cain r. State, 
(Tex.) 25 S. W. Rep. 1119 (1894). But see Gooding v. Morgan, 
70 111. 275 (1873) ; Kidder v. Blaisdell, 45 Me. 461 (1858) j Com. 
V. Wheeler, 162 Mass. 429 (1894). 

But they may do so if they see fit. " The court can take judicial 
notice of the lines of counties and the towns embraced in them." 
Steinmetz v. Versailles Turnpike Co., 57 Ind. 457 (1877) ; Ham t?. 
Ham, 39 Me. 263 (1855) ; State v. Powers, 25 Conn. 48 (1856) ; 
Smitha v. Flournoy's Adm., 47 Ala. 345 (1872) ; Lewis v. State, 
24 S. W. (Tex.) 903 (1894); and also that it is a railroad termi- 
nus and has a post office. Central &c. Co. v. Gamble, 77 Ga. 584 
(1886). 

Where the location of a place is referred to in public statutes the 
location must be recognised without proof. Solyer v. Romanet, 
52 Tex. 562 (1880) ; Martin w. Martin, 51 Me. 366 (1863) ; People 
V. Etting, 99 Cal. 577 (1893) ; People v. Curley, 99 Mich. 238 (1894). 
So of the distance of a town from the county seat. Bruson v. Clark, 
151 111. 495 (1894). See also State v. Pennington, 124 Mo. 388 
(1894). Courts of California will take cognisance that there is only 
one city of 100,000 population in the state. In re Constitutionality 
of Senate Bill 293, 39 Pac. Rep. 522 (1895). In an Alabama case, 
King V. Kent's Heirs, 29 Ala. 542 (1857), the court state that as a 
certain town is mentioned in the .state constitution as the capitol 
and in other public acts, they are " bound " to know that it is in 
Alabama, and also that as an act of congress establishes a land 
office there and it "has long been notoriousl}' known and recog- 
nised " as a land office, they "are authorised" to take notice of the 
same fact. 

In a later Alabama c^e, the court take the same view, " The 
public acts apprise us that Mobile is a municipal corporation of 
Alabama and where it is situated." Alabama &c. Ins. Co. v. Cobb^ 
57 Ala. 547 (1877). See also to same effect, Houlton ». Chic &c. 
R. R., 86 Wise. 59 (1893). So a court will take notice of Indian 
reservations within their jurisdiction, and of the laws and procla- 
mations establishing or regulating them. U. S. v. Beebe, 2 Dak. 
292 (1880). 



CHAP, n.] AMERICAN KOTES. 212* 

And that the Indian Territory is beyond the jurisdiction of 
Texas. Conner v. State, 23 Tex. App. 378 (1887). 

For the same reasons, in many of the western states of the 
Union where political subdivisions, as well as the foundation of land 
titles, rest on government patents based on oiBcial surveys, the 
existence and location of the lines of such survey are among the 
facts of which courts are required to take cognisance. Mossman 
V. Forrest, 27 Ind. 233 (1866) ; Desire v. Burleson, 35 Neb. 238 
(1892) ; Atwater v. Schenck, 9 Wise. 160 (1859) ; Quinn v. Cham- 
pagne, 38 Minn. 322 (1888) ; Wright v. Phillips, 2 Greene (la.) 191 
(1849) ; Gooding v. Morgan, 70 III. 275 (1873) ; Gardner v. Eber- 
bart, 82 111. 316 (1876) ; Murphy v. Hendricks, 57 Ind. 593 (1877) ; 
Money v. Tumipseed, 50 Ala. 499 (1874) ; Muse v. Richards, 
70 Miss. 581 (1893). So of the relation of a certain town to a prin- 
cipal meridian will be noticed. O'Brien v. Krockinski, 50 111. App. 
456 (1893). The United States supreme court say : " It is a 
matter of which this court will take judicial notice, that, by law, 
the country is divided into collective districts for internal revenue 
purposes, and in some states there are several of these districts 
with defined geographical boundaries." U. S. v, Jackson, 104 U. S. 
41 (1881). 

As to proof of these lines, as matters of public and general 
interest, as an exception to the rule against hearsay, see post, p. 412\ 

EuLEs OF Practice. — Courts take cognisance of the rules of 
practice established in their own courts. 

''And of the times when and the places where its sessions ap- 
pointed by law are to be held." Kidder r. Blaisdell, 45 Me. 461 (1858) ; 
Lindsay v. Williams, 17 Ala. 229 (1850) ; Koss v. Austill, 2 Cal. 183 
(1852). " Judicial notice is taken of the number of days the court is 
in session at each term." Fabyan v, Russell, 38 N. H. 84 (1859) ; 
Durre r. Brown, 7 Ind. App. 127 (1893). 

But see Gilliland r. Sellers, 2 Oh. St. 223 (1853), contra. 

**Thi8 court judicially knows that the fall term of the circuit 
court of Lowndes County begins on the fourth Monday in October 
in each year, and may continue three weeks ; and that November 5th, 
1873, was a day of the second week of said term." Rodgers t\ State, 
60 Ala. 102 (1874). To same effect, Spencer r. Curtis, 57 Ind. 221 
(1877); Davidson v. Peticolas, 34 Tex. 27 (1870) ; Lewis v. Wintrode, 
76 Ind. 13 (1881). 

Courts will not take notice of the rules established by inferior 
tribunals. Cutter v. Caruthers, 48 Cal. 178 (1874) ; Cherry v. Baker, 
17 Md. 75 (1860). Or of their adjournments. Baker v, Knott, 
Supreme Court of Idaho, 35 Pac. Rep. 172 (1893). 

Courts are required to take judicial cognisance of their own records 
in a prior stage of the same case. Dawson v. Dawson, 29 Mo. App. 
521 (1888) ; Searles v. Knapp, (So. Dak.) 58 N. W. 807 (1894) ; State 



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r. Ulrich, 110 Mo. 350 (1892) ; State v, Bowen, 16 Kans. 475 (1876); 
Pagett V. Curtis, 16 La. Ann. 451 (1860) ; HoUenbach v, Scbnabel, 
101 Cal. 312 (1894) ; Yell v. Lane, 41 Ark. 53 (1883) ; Secrist r. 
Petty, 109 111. 188 (1883) j State v. Schilling, 14 la. 455 (1862); 
Leavitt v. Cutler, 37 Wise. 46 (1875). Even in a case where the 
proceedings against the garnishee and the principal defendant were 
" virtually a portion of the same record." Farrar v. Bates, 5o Tex. 
193 (1881) ; Kenosha Stove Co. v. Shedd, 82 la. 540 (1891). 

But courts are not required to take judicial cognisance of their 
own records in other cases. National Bank of Monticello v. Bryant, 

13 Bush (Ky.), 419 (1877) ; Grace v. Ballou, 4 So. Dak. 333 (1893) ; 
McCormick u Herndon, 67 Wise. 648 (1887). See also, In re Man- 
derson, 51 Fed. Rep. 50 (1892). 

Indeed a California case, speaking of another x>ending petition 
against the defendant in the case at bar, go so far as to say : " We 
apprehend that the court could not under any circumstances take 
judicial notice of the fact, except it were for mere calendar purposes." 
Lake Merced Water Co. v. Cowles, 31 Cal. 215 (1866). 

So an affidavit in another case cannot be judicially noticed by the 
judge, though admissible in evidence if offered and the judge, in 
point of fact, personally remembers the affidavit. Baker v. Mygalt, 

14 la. 131 (1862). 

In the same way, a court cannot take judicial notice of the con- 
nection existing between two cases on its docket. Banks v* Burnam, 
61 Mo. 76 (1875). 

" But the courts of one state cannot judicially take notice of the 
laws and practice of another." Newell v. Newton, 10 Pick. 470 (1830). 

Courts will take judicial notice who were its members at a pa^ 
ticular time and " the term fixed by law for the commencement of 
its sessions." Gilliland v. Sellers, 2 Oh. St. 223 (1853). 

And courts will take notice who are their officers. Central 
Land Co. &c. v. Calhoun, 16 W. Va. 361 (1880) ; Montjoy t?. State, 
78 Ind. 172 (1881) ; Norvell v. McHenry, 1 Mich. 227 (1849) ; Dyer 
V. Last, 51 111. 179 (1869). And of their signatures. Buell v. State, 
72 111. 523 (1880). 

Whether courts are required to take official notice of the personnel 
of inferior courts is in dispute. " The court are bound to take notice 
of all public acts and laws, without doubt ; but whether they must 
know who are the justices or the chief justices of inferior tribunals 
certainly admits of question." Ripley v. Warren, 2 Pick. 592 (1824). 

In Davis v. McEnany, 150 Mass. 451 (1890) the supreme judicial 
court of Massachusetts declined to take judicial cognisance of the 
clerk of a police court, deciding that the record itself should show 
his official character. 

On the contrary, the Kentucky court of appeals recognises who 
are judges of the circuit courts of that state. Kennedy v, Com.i 78 



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Kj. 447 (1880). So the Illinois court of appeals. Russell v. Sargent, 
7 III. App. 98 (1880). The supreme court of Pennsylvania, after 
some review of the authorities, are ''disposed to take judicial 
notice" of the constitution of an inferior court. They treat the 
question as one of optional cognisance. " The rule," they say, '* is 
that courts will take notice of what ought to ]be generally known 
within the limits of their jurisdiction. There seems to us to be as 
much reason for our having knowledge of who are in fact the judges 
of our constitutional courts, as for our having judicial knowledge of 
the heads of departments, sheriffs, etc., knowledge of whom is always 
presumed." Kilpatrick v. Com., 31 Pa. St. 198 (1858) ; Cincinnati, 
&c. R. R. V. Grames, 8 Ind. App. 112 (1893). But see County of San 
Joaquin v. Budd, 96 Cal. 47 (1892). 

Courts when required to take cognisance of facts which they do 
not actually know are constrained to resort to any appropriate 
source of information. " Information to guide their judgment may 
be obtained by resort to original documents in the public archives 
or to books of history or* science or to any other proper source." 
Hoyt v. Russell, 117 U. S. 401 (1885) ; Gonzales v, Ross, 120 U. S. 
605 (1886). 

The Maryland courts " take judicial notice of the tribunals created 
by the constitution.'' Tucker v. State, 11 Md. 322 (1857). 

In Louisiana, courts recognise the signature of all justices legally 
appointed by the governor. Despau v. Swindler, 3 Martin, n. s. 
705 (1825). 

This is in accordance with the general rule prevailing in that state : 
" We have more than once held that we would not require evidence 
of the official capacity of functionaries commissioned in this state, 
and would take notice of the offices held by them." Follain v, 
Lefevre, 3 Robinson, 13 (1842). So, in that state, when court offi- 
cers take a bond in pursuance of law and file the same in court, no 
proof is needed of the officer^s signature. Wood v, Fitz, 10 Martin, 
196 (1821). 

And so the supreme court of Alabama takes judicial notice of the 
resignation of a circuit judge, though without assigning any reason 
for their decision. Ex parte Peterson, 33 Ala. 74 (1858). 

The Illinois courts take judicial notice who are the justices of 
the peace in their respective counties. Graham v. Anderson, 42 111. 
514 (1867). Also who are the judges of inferior courts. Vahle v, 
Brackenseik, 145 111. 231 (1893) ; also the date of their ceasing to 
hold the office. People v. McConnell, 155 111. 192 (1895). 

The Kings Bench of Lower Canada holds that courts will notice 
the appointment of one of their officers to be judge of another court. 
Fay V, Miville, 2 Rev. de Legis. 333 (1816). Notice will be taken 
of the jurisdiction of an inferior court as regulated by statute. 
NeUon v. Ladd, 4 So. Dak. 1 (1893). 



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Language. — Courts take judicial coguisance of the ordinary 
meaning of words in the vernacular. Probably they are required so 
to do. Com. V. Kneeland, 20 Pick. 206, 241 (1838) (« blasphemy"); 
Hill V. Bacon, 43 111. 477 (1867) ; Adler v. State, ^ Ala. 16 (1876) 
("malt liquor"); Shubrick u State, 2 S. C. 21 (1870) ("sow"); 
State V. Abbott, 20 Vt. 537 (1848) (" steer"). 

" We take judicial notice of the true significance of all English 
words and phrases, and may resort for aid to any appropriate books 
of reference." Grennan v. McGregor, 78 Cal. 258 (1889). 

The court may decline to hear evidence concerning the signifi- 
cance of words, the meaning of which it judicially knows ; e. g. in 
a Massachusetts case, on trial of a complaint for violation of the 
Sunday law by keeping open a tobacconist's store, the defendant 
claimed that he was lawfully selling '* drugs and medicines," and 
offered evidence of experts to show that tobacco and cigars had 
^ a medicinal effect on the human system." The presiding justice 
excluded the evidence, and an exception to this ruling was over- 
ruled. " The court has judicial knowledge of the meaning of com- 
mon words, and may well rule that guns and pistols are not drugs 
or medicines, and may exclude the opinions of witnesses who offer 
to testify that they are." Com. v, Marzynski, 149 Mass. ^ (1889). 
See also Matthews v. Park, 159 Pa. St. 579 (1894). 

The court may not only refresh its memory by reference to dic- 
tionaries, etc., but may permit standard authorities, e, </., Webster's 
Unabridged Dictionary, to be read to the jury for its definition of a 
disputed word. Adler v. State, 55 Ala. 16 (1876). 

The court must study out the meaning of terms ; e. g. " Congre- 
gational." Atty.-Gen. v. Dublin, 38 N. H. 459 (1859). But may re- 
quire aid from the parties. School Dist. v, Ins. Co., 101 U. S. 472 
(1879). And use the testimony of experts. Atty.-G«n. v. Dublin, 
uhl supra. 

In a New York case, the court without proof rendered judgment 
for the dollar value of a number of English " pounds." Johnston r. 
Hedden, 2 Johns. Cases, 274 (1801). 

Whether courts will notice customary abbreviations is more in 
dispute. Apparently, this species of knowledge is more nearly 
analogous to those where cognisance is optional with the court, i. «., 
dependent upon the knowledge or feeling of the particular judge. 
In an Alabama case the court say it ^' must judicially take notice of 
such abbreviations as ' Adm'r.' or acknowledge itself incompetent to 
understand the commonest writings." Moseley's Adm'r v, Mastin, 
37 Ala. 216 (1861). So the usual abbreviations of proper names 
will be noticed. Stephen r. State, 11 Ga. 226, 240 (1862) (»« Jas."); 
Weaver v. McElhenor, 13 Mo. 89 (1850) ("Christy"); Sparks «. 
Sparks, 61 Kans. 196 (1893) ("Dan"); Studsill v. State, 7 Ga. 2, 
(1849) 0^ Thos."). 



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On the other hand, the supreme court of Texas was unable judi- 
cially to know that ^' St. Louis, Mo. " meant St. Louis in the state 
of Missouri. Ellis v. Park, 8 Tex. 206 (1852) ; or that ''New Or- 
leans, La." meant New Orleans in the state of Louisiana, llussell 
V. Martin, 15 Tex. 238 (1855). Apparently these two cases rest on 
an erroneous application of a prior case in the same court, Andrews 
V. Hoxie, 5 Tex. 171 (1849), where the court decide that they cannot 
judicially know that **The city of New Orleans," without more, 
means the city of that name in Louisiana. This apparently is cor- 
rect. Most people in the United States know that there is a city 
of New Orleans in Louisiana. Whether there are other cities of 
the same name elsewhere is not, perhaps, so generally known as to 
dispense with proof. 

Slang and phrases of peculiar or local usage must be proved. In 
the case of Mayor &c. of Baltimore v. State, 56 Md. 376, 468 (1859), 
where the legislature of Maryland had assumed control of the police 
force of Baltimore by the appointment of commissioners under a 
statute, providing <Hhat no Black Republican or endorser or ap- 
prover of the Helper Book" should be appointed to any office 
under the board, the court say : " We cannot understand, officially, 
who are meant to be affected by the proviso, and, therefore, cannot 
express a judicial opinion on the question." 

But the court will take judicial notice of the phrase " gift enter- 
prise" as used in a criminal statute. Lohman v. State, 81 Ind. 
15 (1881). 

And officially notice the meaning of the initials C. 0. D. State v. 
Intox. Liquors, 73 Me. 278 (1882). , But, on the contrary, the Mis- 
souri court of appeals " do not know that the meaning of the abbre- 
viation * C. O. D.' as used by expressmen, is sufficiently a matter 
of common knowledge that the circuit court could take judicial 
notice of it," and hold that its meaning is a question for the jury. 
McNichol V. Pacific Express Co., 12 Mo. App. 401 (1882). Courts 
will notice surveyor's initials, not pretending " to be more ignorant 
than the rest of mankind." Kile v. Yellowhead, 80 111. 208 (1875). 
But the courts of Minnesota refuse to take cognisance of the mean- 
ing of « S« N. E.* and N. W.* S. E.* " Keith v. Hayden, 26 Minn. 
212 (1879). To the same effect. Power v, Bowdle, 3 No. Dak. 107 
(1893). 

So a foreign language must be proved ; e. g., in a case where 
defendant was convicted of rape upon a woman named " Kurkwiski," 
and there was evidence that her name was written Kurkowiski, 
the court refused a motion in arrest of judgment, which was 
approved T>n report to the upper court. " There is no evidence 
tending to show that, though pronounced Kurkowiski, it was not 
properly spelled Kurkwiski. The courts of this state cannot take 
judicial cognisance of the proper orthography or pronunciation of 



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names in the Polish language.'' State v. Johnson, 26 Minn. 316 
(1879). 

Circulating Medium, etc. — The court and jury will take 
notice, without proof, of the legal coins made at the mint of the 
United States, pursuant to law and of foreign coins made current 
by law. U. S. v. Burns, 5 McLean, 23 (1849) ; also of what is legal 
tender. Chesapeake Bank v. Swain, 29 Md. 483, 502 (1868) ; Daily 
V. State, 10 Ind. 536 (1858). Also that United States notes "are 
prima facie of a commercial value equal to that imputed by their 
face." Gady v. State, 83 Ala. 51 (1887). 

So courts take notice of the nature and denominations of the 
circulating medium. Lampton v. Haggard, 3 Monr. (Ky.) 149 
(1826) ; and that there are " classes of notes and bills in circulation 
as money " other than bankbills. Hart v. State, 55 Ind. 599 (1877). 
That " nickels " are of value need not be proved. Mallory v. State, 
62 Ga. 164 (1878). But in a case requiring damages to be assessed 
according to the value of the bank notes of the Bank of the Com- 
monwealth, the court say : " We are not at liberty to take judicial 
notice of the value of the paper of the bank at any particular time." 
Feanster v, Ringo, 5 Monr. (Ky.) 336 (1827). To same effect, as to 
depreciation of Confederate money, see Modawell v. Holmes, 40 
Ala. 391 (1867). That there was depreciation will be noticed. 
Keppeli;. R. R., Chase's Dec. 167 (1868). But the American courts 
will not take notice of the value of Canadian currency. Kermott 
V. Ayer, 11 Mich. 181 (1863). 

Courts recognise also, without proof, the legal standards of weights 
and measures prevailing in their particular jurisdictions. Courts 
recognise the capacity of a " pint." Reid v. McWhinnie, 27 Q. B. 
U. C. 289 (1868). 

Matters of Optional Cognisance. — The rule which allows a 
court, in its discretion, to know, without proof, certain facts rele- 
vant to the issue, because undisputed and generally known, per- 
forms much the same office in the trial of causes, as do the rules of 
pleading. It relieves the administration of justice from the con- 
sideration of matters on which the parties are agreed or which they 
do not care to contest, and enables the tribunal to devote its entire 
attention to the real points in dispute. 

In every trial of an issue of fact one or more propositions are in 
dispute between the parties. Involved or connected with the proof 
or disproof of these are often found relevant facts which are not 
disputed. They are usually facts of notoriety, frequently capable of 
being settled, one way or the other, with slight exertion. • To expe- 
dite business, as well as to avoid the anomaly of solemnly proving 
what is not really disputed, (and generally every one knows to be as 
stated), the court will usually dispense with the necessity of prov- 



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ing such fact and assume it to be as claimed until proof is de- 
manded. The court will instruct the jury on this basis. 

Apparently a party has the right to dispute such a fact, even at 
the risk of a new trial if the jury be persuaded contrary to the 
court's knowledge. 

Such judicial cognisance is not usually taken in respect to matters 
in issue. " A matter which could legitimately be the subject, of 
inquiry in a court could not well be said to be so well established 
and to have acquired such notoriety as to come within the judicial 
knowledge of the court." Chicago &c. R. R. v. Champion, 32 N. E. 
(Ind.) 874 (1892). 

As facts of judicial cognisance are usually those of notoriety, 
equally open to all, the jury may be assumed to know them equally 
with the court, even without the aid of an instruction from the 
bench. 

Facts of the Almanac. — Whether the facts stated in the 
almanac are of optional or required cognisance is not entirely clear 
upon the American authorities. The permissive form of expres- 
sion is usually employed, and that fact has controlled the classifica- 
tion. There is much, however, in the dictum of Pollock, C. B. 
(Tutton V. Darke, 5 H. & N. 649 (1860). " The almanack is part of 
the law of England." A rei)utable almanac may be introduced in 
evidence to show the time of the rising of the moon on a certain day. 
Case t;. Perew, 46 Hun, N. Y. Supreme Court, 57 (1887) ; Mun- 
shower v. State, 55 Md. 11 (1880) ; the hour of sunset on a certain 
day. State v. Morns, 47 Conn. 179 (1879); or the hour of sunrise, 
People V. Chee Kee, 61 Cal. 404 (1882). 

The almanac is not used as evidence of the fact stated. It 
merely reminds the tribunal of a fact which it already is supposed 
to know. " The almanac in such cases is used, like the statute, not 
strictly as evidence, but for the purpose of refreshing the memory 
of the court and jury." State v. Morris, 47 Conn. 174 (1879). 

Indeed, the almanac need not be introduced in evidence at all to 
be available to the party who relies on a fact stated in it. Counsel 
are entitled to refer to such fact in argument and to cite the almanac 
in support of it. "However often departed from as a matter of 
convenience, the rule is that matters of which judicial notice is 
taken, including the dates in the almanac, do not require to be put 
in evidence at all." Wilson v. Van Leer, 127 Pa. St. 371 (1889). 
"The fact [time of sunrise] for the proof of which the almanac 
was offered, was one of those facts of which a court may take 
judicial notice ; formal proof of it was therefore unnecessary. It 
would have been sufficient to have called it to the knowledge of the 
judge at the trial ; and if his memory was at fault or his information 
not sufficiently full and precise to induce him to act upon it, he had 
the right to resort to an almanac, or any other book of reference. 



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for the purpose of satisfying himself about it ; and such knowledge 
would have been evidence." People v, Chee Kee, 61 Cal. 404 
(1882). 

In like manner, the coincidence of the days of the week with 
those of the mouth will be noticed. '^ It is the duty of the court to 
notice the days of the week on which particular days of the montli 
fall." Philadelphia &c. E. E. v. Lehman, 56 Md. 209, 226 (1881) ; 
Wilson V. Van Leer, 127 Pa. St. 371 (1889) ; Mcintosh v. Lee, 57 
la. 356 (1881) ; Brennan v. Vogt, 97 Ala. 647 (1892) ; Ecker v. 
First Nat. Bk. of Windsor,.64 Md. 292 (1885) ; Eeed r. Wilson, 41 
N. J, Law, 29 (1879) ; First Nat. Bank &c. v. Kingsley, 84 Me. HI 
(1891) ; Williams v. Brandenberg, 6 Ind. App. 97 (1892). Morgan 
V. Burrow (Miss.), 16 So. 432 (1894). 

For the same reason the regular procession of the seasons need 
not be proved but will be judicially recognised. Eoss r. Boswell, 
60 Ind. 235 (1877) ; Tomlinson v. Greenfield, 31 Ark. 557 (1876) j 
Patterson v. McCausland, 3 Bland (Md.) Chan. 69 (1830) ; Loeb v. 
Eichardson, 74 Ala. 311 (1883). For example, that cotton is not 
planted in January. Wetzler v. Kelly, 83 Ala. 440 (1887). 

But a court cannot be required to take cognisance of a fluctuating 
event, e. g, the particular time of ripening of any particular crop 
at a particular place under the vicissitudes of any particular season. 
Dixon V. Niccolls, 39 111. 372 (1866). Or that each concentric layer 
of a tree denotes a year's growth. Patterson v. McCausland, 3 Bland 
(Md). Chan. 69 (1830). Or that the " pasture season " ends at " any 
particular day or time." Gove r. Downer, 59 Vt. 139 (1886). 

So the courts will take judicial notice of the facts set forth in the 
almanac as to the rising of the moon. Case v. Perew, 46 Hun, 57 
(1887) ; Munshower v. State, 55 Md. 11 (1880) ; Mobile & Birming- 
ham E. E. v. Ladd, 92 Ala. 287 (1890). The hour of sunset. State 
V. Morris, 47 Conn. 179 (1879). 

So courts may take cognisance of other usual manifestations of 
natural laws, 6. ^., the normal limits in height of a human being. 
" We know that the average height of man is leas than six feet 
That the average length of the body from the lower end of the 
spine to the top of the head is less than thirty-six inches. That the 
measurement varies but little in adults, and that the chief difference 
in the height of m^n is in the length of their lower limbs." Hunter 
v. N. Y. &c. E. E., 116 N. Y. 615, 622 (1889). 

Or of the ordinary length of human life. Scheffler v. Minne- 
apolis &c. E. E., 32 Minn. 518 (1884) ; Johnson v. Hudson E. E. R. 
Co., 6 Duer, 633, 648 (1857) ; Lessee of Allen v. Lyons, 2 Wash. 475 
(1811) ; Floyd's Heirs v, Johnson, 2 Littell, 109 (1822). The court 
may use the *' Mortality tables." Kansas City &c. E. E. Co. v. 
Phillips, 98 Ala. 159 (1892). But see Price v. Conn. Mut. Life Ins. 
Co., 48 Mo. App. 281 (1892), contra where the court decline to take 



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cognisance of the value of an insurance policy, established in this 
way, " depending partly on extraneous facts and partly on the ac- 
curacy of an intricate computation." 

The court will judicially notice the usual limits of the period of 
gestation. Whitman v. State, 34 111. 360 (1870) ; Ronan v. Dugain, 
126 Mass. 176 (1879). 

HisTOBiCAL Facts. — An instance of facts of optional cognisance 
is found in matters of public history. Such as the existence of 
the late civil war (between the United and Confederate States of 
America). Woods v. Wilder, 43 N. Y. 164 (1870) ; Iron Mfg. Co. v. 
Gaskell, 2 Lea (Tenn.), 742 (1879) ; Bishop v. Jones, 28 Tex. 294 
(1866). 

And of the particular acts which led to it. Swinuerton v, Columbia 
Ins. Co., 37 N. Y. 174 (1867). Or happened during its continuance, 
Cuyler v. Ferrill, 1 Abb. (U. S. Circ. Ct.) 169, 178 (1867) ; Buford v. 
Tucker, 44 Ala. 89 (1870). So the courts will notice the issuance 
and general value and progressive depreciation of the Confederate 
paper currency. Lumpkin v. Murrell, 46 Tex. 61 (1876). But it is 
error to take judicial cognisance that in a particular county it was 
hazardous to person or property to hold certain political views. 
^^Tbis fact ought to have been proved, and not been thus assumed 
by the court as a historical fact, of which the court could take 
judicial notice." Simmons v. Trumbo, 9 W. Va. 358 (1876). Of 
the course of trade to which the war gave rise. The Northrop, 
Blatch. Pr. Cases, 235 (1862) ; The Peterhoff, Blatch. Prize Cases, 
463, 509 (1863). The sending of gold to a premium. U. S. u 4000 
American Gold Coin, 1 Woolw. 217 (1868). And of the financial and 
social condition in which it left the Confederate States. "The 
general and common condition of the country and its people is a 
part of its history. This is presumed to be known to courts and to 
every one.'' Ashley's Adm'x v. Martin, 50 Ala. 537 (1873) ; Foscue 
V, Lyon, ^ Ala. 440 (1876). So slavery was recognised as existing 
in certain states as part of the history of the country. Jack v. 
Martin, 12 Wend. 311, 328 (1834). 

So the abolition of slavery will be judicially noticed. Ferdinand 
». State, 39 Ala. 706 (1866). And the interdicting of commercial 
intercourse during the pendency of hostilities. Rice v. Shook, 27 
Ark. 137 (1871). But notice will not be judicially taken of the 
relative positions of the opposing armies at any particular period of 
the war, Kelley v. Storey, 6 Heisk. 202 (1871). Or of the military 
onlers issued by a particular commander. Burke v. Miltenberger, 
19 Wall. 519 (1873). 

The courts of Georgia take judicial notice of " Sherman's march 
to the sea," and its date. Williams v. State, 67 Ga. 260 (1881). So 
the adoption of the British order in council (regulating lights on 
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will be noticed as a historical fact. The Scotia, 14 Wall. 171 
(1871). 

So judicial notice will be taken in Illinois of historical facts 
attending the settlement of Dakota. Miller v. MacVeagh, 40 111. 
App. 532 (1891). 

In taking notice of Col. J. C. Fremont's career in California in 
1846 and 1847 the United States Court of Claims say: "The 
court will take judicial notice of the leading and controlling events 
in the history of the country and of the official relations of the 
principal actors therein to the government; and, in elucidation 
thereof, also of less important transactions of general and public 
interest immediately connected therewith, when they have passed 
into commonly received authentic history." De Celis v. U. S., 13 
Ct. of Claims, 117 (1877). 

The court can take notice of the results of the census "and 
resort for information to appropriate documents of reference." 
People p. Williams, 64 Cal. 87 (1883) ; State v. Braskamp, 87 la. 
588 (1893). 

So the court will take notice that in 1844 the Methodist Episco- 
cal church of the United States was divided. Humphrey v. Burn- 
side, 4 Bush (Ky.), 215 (1868). 

To the contrary, effect is Sarahass v. Armstrong, 16 Kans. 192 
(1876).