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JUDICIAL DICTIONARY. 



^'t^orb^ ace tti^ inni'# couttmi^» tbep bo but cecfcon bp tbetit; but tbei^ ace 

tbe monep of fooI^.'» 

HoBBES* Lbviathax, Pt. 1, ch. 4. 

" ll^ott nece^^acy it i# to bnott tbe ^gnificadoit of ttocb#." 

Ck>. LiTT. 325 a. 

^' f# not tbe fubge bounb to fcnittB tbe meaning of an ioocb# In tbe CntfiA 

language?" 

Per Maktiit, B., HilU ▼. London Ga$ Co,, 27 L. J. Ex. 63. 

'* ?Befinttlon tf afmajg^ pericufoifar plenum opuji aleor.'' 

Per Wills, J., Swantea Imp. Co, v. Swantta Urban Authoritif, 61 L. J. M. C. 125. 

'* St i# not nece^^acp to go into tbe becibation of ttotb^, foe tbat #oct of tea.- 
Waning ttoulb not a^^ in tbe abmini^ation of fu^dce.** 

Per Kun>BB8LBT, Y. C, Barrett ▼. White, 24 L. J. Ch. 726. 

'* legaf befinition^ ace, foe tbe mo#t pact, inbucttbe genecaltsadon^ becitaeb fcom 

fubtdal eq^edence.** 

Mickle y, MiUs, 1 GnnVs CaBes (Pa.)> 328. 

** JUdtbec i# a ?Bictionacp a bab bort to ceab. tf bece i^ no cant in it, no epce^^ 

of ejcplanadon, anb it i^ fun of ^ugsejfdon." 

Emeuson. 

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*it mean^ tu^ ttbat S cbooife it to mean, neitbec moce noc le^^.' 

***(tbe quejfdon i^,* ^aib Xfice,— 'ttbetbec pou can mahe ttocb^ mean #o manp 
biffecent tbingjf 1' 

«<<^be quejfdon i^,* #aib i^mptp ?Bumptp,— 'ivbicb i# to be tbe ma^tec? 

«bat»#an.»" 

Through thb Looking Glass, ch. 6. 

^^%t i# of tbe utmost impoctance tbat in an pact^ of tbe ^Bmpice ttbece ^Bngft^b 
%am pcebail^, Sntecpcetadon ^boulb be, a^ neadp a^ po^^ble, tbe #ame.>* 

Per Pbivt Council, Trimble v. HUl, 5 App. Cs. 845 ; 49 L. J. P. C. 51. 



THE 



OF 

WORDS AND PHRASES JUDICIALLY INTERPRETED, 

TO WHICH HAS BBBlf ADDED 

STATUTORY DEFINITIONS. 



BT 



F. STROUD, 

OF Lincoln's inn^ babristbr-at-law, 

BEOOBDER OF TEWKESBURY. 



SECOND EDITION. 

VOL. I. 



LONDON: 

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PREFACE 

TO THE SECOND EDITION. 



Good, or bad, it is believed that this book is unique. It had no 
predecessor and has no rival. Its Idea is, not only that it may be 
of frequent practical utility to the EngUshnspeaking lawyer but, 
that it may become the authoritative Interpreter of the English of 
Affairs for the British Empire ; and, incidentally, forge a link in 
the golden chain of common interest and community of feeling 
which binds together its various peoples. 

The decisions of the English Judges are, and will remain, the 
central source whence this authoritative exposition must come, 
though Irish, Scotch, and Colonial, decisions should harmonize and 
amplify. To formulate the English judicial interpretations from 
the earliest times down to the end of the Nineteenth Century and 
therewith to blend the statutory definitions of the High Court of 
Parliament has been the endeavour of this edition ; incorporating 
a not inconsiderable treatment of Irish decisions, and some from 
Scotland and the United States. 

To Lord Lindley sincerest thanks are tendered for the use so 
kindly allowed of his MS. Word-Book, containing a list of many 
words and phrases judicially interpreted, with the names of the cases 
in which such interpretations were to be found ; also to Mr. Justice 
Gainsford-Bruce for a like courtesy; also to Mr. J. H. Redman for 
the MS. Word-Book of the late Mr. W. R. Cole, and to Mr. A. R. 
Rudall for his MS. Word-Book. 



viii PBEFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 

To the late Sir Henry Jenkyns, K.C.B., and to Sir Courtenay 
P. Ilbert, K.C.S.I., warm thanks are due for their great aid in 
reference to the statutory interpretations, — aid so kindly obtained 
by the Lord Chancellor. 

A deep obligation has also been incurred to many Members of 
the Bar for their criticisms, suggestions, and notes of cases, to all 
of whom grateful thanks are tendered, especially mentioning, Mr. 
J. B. Matthews, Mr. E. A. Scratchley, Mr. G. Broke Freeman, Mr. 
F. B. Pabner, Mr. P. F. Wheeler, and Mr. R. A. McCall, K.C. 
To tiiC first two named and to the Author's soils, Mr. Lewis 
Stroua, and Mr. Herbert Stroud, the work is exceptionally indebted 
for their care in revising the proof sheets. 

It is in contemplation to issue periodical Supplements, so as to 
keep the book up to date and further develope its Idea. To this 
end, aid and suggestions from those intimately acquainted with the 
judicial literature and decisions of Scotland, of Ireland, and of the 
British Dominions beyond the Seas, would be highly esteemed. 

The Preface to the First Edition is here reprinted, the explana- 
tions in which are adopted, except that Statutory Definitions are 
now brought within the scope of the work. It is not pretended 
that every such definition is cited, still less that they are all set out 
at length ; but it is believed that, approximately, all of practical 
utility, down to the end of the Nineteenth Century, are referred 
to, whilst many are given fully or blended with judicial inter- 
pretations. 

The principle of cross references (by simply printing words 
referred to in Small Capitals) previously adopted, has been, in 
this edition, very extensively and carefully elaborated. 

To make^ conciseness still more brief a number of grammalogues 
have been invented. These are purposely bizarre, for their better 
remembrance; their explanation will be found in the Table of 
Abbreviations. 

Again hearty thanks are given to Mr. R. Riches, Librarian of the 
Inns of Court Bar Library, for his numerous suggestions; and also 



PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. ix 

to Mr. R. A. Riches, Assistant Librarian, for his careful verification 
of the many thousands of references herein contained. 

A sincere acknowledgement is also recorded of the diligent ser- 
vices rendered by the Author's clerk, Mr. E. T. Osborne, especially 
in getting the "copy " ready for the printer. 

One further word in sending off this endeavour : — the ambition 
of the book is that it may be a living entity to business people in 
the various societies forming the British Empire. The first edition 
obtained considerable success; that the work, in its varied and much 
extended form, may prove a much nearer approach to its .rimal 
motive, is the earnest hope of one who has laboured strenuously 
for the accomplishment of its Idea. 

2, Nbw Court, Lincoln's Inn, 
Easter, 1903. 



PREFACE 

TO THE FIRST EDITION. 



This work in no sense competes with, nor does it cover the same 
ground as, the Law Lexicons of Jacob, Tomlins, Wharton, or Sweet. 
As its name imports, it is a Dictionary of the English Language 
(in its phrases as well as single words), so far as that language has 
received interpretation by the Judges. 

Its chief aim is that it may be a practical companion to the 
English-speaking lawyer, not only in the Mother Country, but also 
in the Colonies and Dependencies of the Queen. The hope is also 
indulged that it may be not without utility to the man of business, 
nor without interest to the student of word-lore. 

Its few archaisms will, possibly, be excused ; for " Of all these 
you shall read in ancient bookes, charters, deeds and records : and 
to the end that our student should not be discouraged for want of 
knowledge when he meeteth with them, we have armed him with 
the signification of them, to the end he may proceed in his reading 
with alacrity, and set upon and know how to worke into with delight 
these rough mines of hidden treasure " (Co. Litt. 5 b, 6 a). 

Interpretation Clauses in Acts of Parliament are not, as a rule, 
within its scope, imless when themselves judicially interpreted. 
But in some few instances of general importance this rule has been 
departed from, whilst the important Interpretation Act of 1889 is 
given in extenso in the Appendix. 

In many instances where a word, or phrase, has been determined 
in a special sense, or brevity seemed preferable to a lengthy 
definition, only a reference to the authorities has been given. 



xii PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. 

Whenever available, the very words of a judicial exposition 
have been given. And so, when a convenient definition has been 
found in a work of repute, — e,g. Jarman on Wills ; Elphinstone, 
Norton and Clarke on the Interpretation of Deeds; Mr. Justice 
Stephen's Digest of the Criminal Law, — such definition has been 
adopted. 

Where a statute is cited as having been interpreted, it must 
not be assumed that the statute is unrepealed. A judicial inter- 
pretation once delivered is a permanent possession ; and though its 
immediate utility will be diminished by the repeal of the statute on 
which it was founded, it none the less should find a place here, as 
an authority on the same word when used in pari materia^ or as 
furnishing a guide to interpreting similar expressions. 

The printing of a word or phrase in Small Capitals is an 
indication to refer to such word or phrase in its alphabetical place 
in the Dictionary. 

The references to each case have, since the sheets were in type, 
been verified by Mr. R. Riches, the Librarian of the Inns of Court 
Bar Library, Royal Courts of Justice, whose well-known ability 
and experience will be accepted as a guarantee of accuracy. 

For the Tables of Cases and Statutes I am indebted to my son, 
Mr. Lewis Stroud. 

Projected more than twenty years ago, and prosecuted at such 
intervals as could be obtained from an active professional life, this 
book will, I fear, offend by omissions, inequalities, and, possibly, 
worse faults. Yet merely to lay the foundations, search for the 
materiids, and bit by bit build up the Vocabulary, has been, of 
itself, a task the difficulty and labour of which may well soften 
criticism and excuse imperfections. 

It is, however, impossible to rise from these labours without a 
deepened admiration for the Judges of our land. It is extraordi- 
nary that so many minds, working through so many centuries, 
and upon such various matters, should have been able so bar- 



PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. xiii 

moniously to lay down the law for such an expansive and ever- 
widening civilization as that of the British Empire. And probably 
in no sphere of their duties has the work of the Judges been more 
distinguished than in their dealing with the composite subtleties 
of English Diction. To study that work, though involving labour, 
has brought delight; and this attempt to systematize its results 
will, it is hoped, be usef uL 

2, New Coubt, Lincoln's Inn, 
rthAprilj 1890. 



CONTENTS. 

PAGB 

TABLE OF CASES xvii 

TABLE OF STATUTES Cxlvii 

TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS CXCvii 

INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF DOCUMENTS CCxix 



e §ittianar5 1 

APPENDIX, CONTAINING INTERPRETATION ACT, 1889 .... 2291 



TABLE GF CASES. 



A. 

Puge 

A.&B,,Re 1804 

A- B. & Co, iftf 476 

Aalije. Tlie 1261 

Aaron's Reefs p. TwUs . 691, 692, 1290, 

1594 

Abailam v. Abadam 484 

Ahhoti, Ex p.. Re GourlAy ... 1816 

, Rt 1462, 1747 

V, Andrews 660 

V. Bates 719, 1249 

u. Fearj 66 

V. Middleton 239, 528 

V, Minister for Lands . . . 1762 

V. Wolsey 12, 1681 

Abdy, Re 686 

Abell V. Heathcote 1414 

Aberdare v. Hammett .... 698 
Aberdeen Arctic Co i?. Sutter . 676, 703 
Aberdeen Commercial Co v. G. N. 

Scotland Ky 1161,2070 

Aberdein, /2e 1324 

Aberystwith Pier Co v. Cooper 263, 589 

Abinger v. Ashton 189 

Ablett 17. Basliam 1784 

Ableyr. Dale 2141 

Abraham I*. Al man 1532 

Abram v. Aldridge 46 

Abrams v. Winshup 1956 

Abrey v. Newman 187 

AbsoD V. Fenton 899 

Abstainers Insroe, Re 256 

Accidental & Mar Insrce v. Mer- 

cati 1492 

Accomac, The . . . 588, 1246, 1200 

Ackerman v. Barrows 669 

Ackers v. Howard .... 618, 1862 

Ackland v, Lutley 778, 781 

V. Paynter 8 

Ackroyd v. Smith . • 110 

Acraman v. Hemiman 1165 

V. Morrice 826 

Acton u. Batten . . . 672, 1886, 1848 

V. Blandell . . 494, 976, 2118, 2223 

V. Crawley, Re Crawley 1865, 2015 

Adam v. Newbigging . . . 079, 1744 
Adam Eyton, Lim., Re ... . 679 

Adams, Re 2129 

P.Adams 145,608 

r. Barry 1077 

V. Batley 459, 1819 

V. Bostock 1210 

r. Bromley 227,637 

V. Cattley 1986 

p. Dunseath 689 

VOL. I. 



Page 

Adams V.Ford 969,1835 

17. G. N. of Scotland Ry . . 414 

p. Q. W. Ry 589 

V. Gibney 503 

p. Graham 809 

p. Grane 1616 

p. London & Blackwall Ry . 2095 

p. Mackenzie 2073 

p. Malkin 1808 

p. Royal Mail Steam Packet 

Co 2162 

Adams & Kensington, Re . . 646, 1530, 

1532, 1583 
Adams & Lambert's Case . . 300,384 
Adams and Perry, Re . 291, 1078, 1079, 

1459 
Adamson p. Edinburgh, & :. Ry . 1647 

p. Newcastle Steamship Insrce 252, 

2066 

Addey p. Woolley 2059 

Addington p. Mellor 1903 

Adey p. Trinity House . . 2062, 2009 

Adkin p. Friend 276 

Adkins v. North Metrop. Tram- 
ways 1918 

Adney p. Greatrex 1264 

Aerated Bread Co p. Grigg . 774, 2164 

p. Shepherd 1267 

Affleck p. James 1007 

African Gold Co, ^c 391 

African Merchants p. British & 

Foreign Mar Insrce 1934 

Agence Havas Co, Re 1694 

Aggs p. Nicholson 741, 1024, 1854, 1867 

Agnew p. Fowler 188 

p. Jobson 1628 

p. Usher 51, 621 

Agricola, Tlie 330 

Aiken, Re 1077 

Aikshaw, The 1510 

Ailesbury, Re 130, 695 

V. Pattison 1772 

Ailesbury & Iveagli 1843 

Ainley p. Kirkheaton .... 328, 713 

Ainsley p. Nicholson 317 

Ainslie, /&2 .... 696,1392,2252 

Airey p. Bower 806 

Aitchinson v. Lohre 1786 

Aitken p. Batclielor 1959 

Aiton p. Stephen .... 170,1114 
Ajello p. Worsley .... 1149, 2129 

Akeroyd, Re 488, 1851 

Akers p. Howard 1852 

Aktieselkab Helios p. Ekman . 73, 1190 

Alabama p. Georgia 172 

Alabama, &c Ry, Re 486 



xvm 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Alabaster v. Harnesa . . . 850, 1140 

Albano, The 962 

Albert t;. Grosvenor Inyeatment Co 488 
Albion Life Assrce, Re ... . 136 

Alciiin, Be 890 

p. Wells 1089 

Alcock V. Leeuw 6 

V. Sutcliflfe 123 

Alcoy V. Greenhill .... 1344,1722 

Alder v. Lawless 686, 102 L 

Alderman v. Neale 177 

AldersoD, Re 7 

V. Elgey 1231 

Alderton v. Archer 276 

Aldous V. Cornwall 1169 

Aldrich t^. Cooper 1167 

Aldrldge V. Feme 1378 

Alexander, Re 716» 1988 

, The 1261 

V. Alexander 144 

u. Burke 1243 

r. Burnhill 1874 

V. Jenkins 846 

V. Jones * . 689 

t'. Kirkpatrick 646 

0. Mackenzie 1460 

' V. Polk 49 

V. Simpson 1789 

V. Sizer 1812 

V, Vanderzee ... 1847, 1871 

V. Wolsey 86 

Alexandra rulace, Re, Goodson's 

Case 322 

Alexandre v. Alexandre .... 886 

Alexiadi v. Robinson 912 

Alger V. Parrott 1476 

Alhambra, The 1247,1778 

Alina, The 466, 1869 

Alison, Re, Johnson v. Mounspy 674, 1228 

V. Bums 1427 

Allam, Ex p.. Re Munday 1 72, 1296, 2103 

Allan V. Backhouse 1717 

V. James 1069, 1393 

— V. Liverpool 1121 

Allaway v. Waffstnff ... 946, 1992 
Allbutt V. Gen. Medical Council 963, 980, 

1027 

Allcard v. Skinner 2126 

V. Walker .... 643, 986, 993 

Allchurch v. Hendon . . . 1120, 1826 
Allcroft V. London Bp . 814, 1177, 1343. 

1668 

Allday u. G. W. By 976 

Allen, 7?« 287,1437,2120 

I'. Allen 867,874 

V. Ayre 228 

V. Cameron 1089 

V. Coltart 1977 

V. Eaton 1632 

r. Flicker 1337 

V. Flood 881, 880, 1000, 1148, 1149, 

1963 

V. Fulham 1272 

V. Gold Reefs 1186 

V. Grogan 62 

V. London Co. Co 805 

V. Maddock 1726 

V. Norris 380 



Allen r. Pullay 1682 

r.SeaAssrce .... 1864,1857 

p. Sharp .... 467, 888, 1883 

p. Sparkhall 1877 

V. Sugrue 2073 

V. Taylor 266 

V. Thompson ... 622, 809, 2148 

17. Thorp 664 

V. Tunbridge 1498 

AUerton Co v. Falk 1246 

Alleyne v. Darcy 1818 

AUgood V. Blake 1869 

V. Gibson 728 

AUhusen v. Brooking 2184 

V. Ealing, &c, Ry 896 

V. Whitiell 948 

Alliance Mar Insrce, /?€.... 401 
AUinson v. Gen. Medical Council . 968 
Allison f*. Bristol Mar Insrce . . 46 

p. Haydon .... 97, 801, 1992 

p. SUrk 177 

Allkins p. Jupe 2268 

Allport p. Nutt 1961 

AU8op,Exp 1883 

p. Day 1676 

AUum p. Dickinson 127, 298, 2011, 2014. 

2166 
Alma Spinning Co, Re 1287, 1642, 1864 
AIne Holme, The .... 621, 2162 
Alnutt, Re, Pott v. Brassey . . . 1828 

•^— p. Ashenden 10 

Alpine, Re 696 

Alps, The 773 

Alsace and Lorraii.e, The . . . 1944 

Alsager v. Currie 1236 

Alsbury, Re, Sugdt n v. Alsbury . 948 

Alsopp.Bell 476 

Alston, /?e 1644 

Alt p. Gregory 187 

Altham's Case .... 31, 16S6, 1979 

Alton p. Parker 1376 

Altree p. Altree 926, 1817 

Alty p. FarrtU 1489 

Amalgamated Syndicates, Re . . 1084 

Ambler p. Bradford 1606 

American Braided Wire Co p. 

Thompson 968 

American Must Co v. Hendry . . 1877 
American Tobacco Co p. Guest 817, 079 

Amerique, The 610 

Amersham p. London 2280 

Ames, Re 961 

, Re, AAes v. Taylor . . . 1670 

p. Cadogan 180 

p. Colnaghi 1969 

p. Taylor, /?e Ames .... 1670 

Amesbury p. Wilts Justices . . . 1143 

Amherst, Re 66, 146, 2088 

Ammerman v. Digges 780 

Amner p. Clark 977 

Amor, Exp. 1930 

Amos, Re, Carrier p. Price . . . 1623 

p. Chadwick 2085 

p. Smith 1436 

Amstell p. Lesser 1741 

Ancketill v. Baylis 1120 

Ancona i\ Rogers 1616 

p. Waddell 66 



TABLE OF CASES. 



XIX 



Page 
Anctil V. Manofacturera' Life Insrce 950, 

Andaluflian, The .... 1681» 1866 

Anderson, Re 664 

F. Anderaon . . 1860, 1367, 1726 

». Berkley 2240 

p. Butler's Co 1716 

r. Carlisle Horse Clothing 

Co 270 

V. Commercial Union Assur- 
ance 1698 

c. Dawson 2261 

V. Hay 1827 

». L. & N. W. Ry 1480 

V. Morice ... 106, 260, 1008, 1872 

c. Oppeuheimer 1640 

V. Pignet 1794 

I?. Vicary 1315 

Anderson's Case 390 

Anderton v. Birkenhead .... 558 
Anderton and Milner, Re . . 2155, 2177 

Andrew v, Aitken 1774 

p. Andrew 488, 490, 529, 779, 1253, 

2234 

— rv. Hancock 1438 

V. St. OUve 1351 

V. Southouse 1759 

Andrew Wilson, The 1981 

Andrewes v. Nott Bower .... 1723 

Andrews v. Deeks 870 

tr. Denton 1096 

V Partington 319 

u. Stvnip 2248 

Andros, 6e 804, 1278 

Androvin v. Poilblanc 2133 

Anelay r. Lewis 32 

Angell V. Felgate 19 

V, Paddington 894 

Angela, Re 1939 

Angerstein, /?« .... 34,632.866 
Anglesea Colliery Co.Re . , . . 896 
Anglo-African S. S. Co. Re . . . 2277 
Anglo-Argentine Agency v. Tem- 

perley Co ... 486. 802, 808, 1942 
Anglo-Austrian Printing Co, Re . 1632, 

2097 
Anglo-Austrian Union, Re . 1632 2097 
Anglo-Colonial Syndicate. Re . . 188 
Anglo-Continental Corp. Re . 1994, 2252 
Anglo-Dan ubian Steam Nav. Co, Re 1649, 

1722 
Anglo-Italian Bank v. Davies . . 497 

Angus r. Clifford 1079 

V, Dalton 1242 

Ann, Re 475 

Annaly v. Trade Co 1604 

Annesley v. Woodhouse .... 182 

Annison v. Blofield 77 

Anon. 306, 395,547, 848, 863. 1258, 1282, 
1506, 1667, 1701, 1927, 2190, 2197 

Aneley v. Cotton 1396 

Anstee, Re . . - 739 

Anthers, Exp. ...... . 1810 

Anthony, i2« ....... 1230 

r. Halstead 1(J41 

V. Seger 884, 606 

Antil V. Godwin 1378,2012 

Antisell v. Doyle 1685 



Page 

Antony v. Cardenham 1889 

Aplin V. Porritt 565 

ApolUnaris Co, i2e . . 57,351,696,697 
Apothecaries Co v. Allen .... 97 

V. Greenough 97 

». Jones 651, 1627 

V. Lotinga .... 97, 301, 1992 

u. Nottingham 97 

». Eoby 74 

V. Warburton 97 

V. Welch 97 

Applebee, Re 812 

Appleby v. Horseley Co ... . 154 

t;. Mvers 918 

Appleford v. Judkins 964 

Appleyard v. Lambeth . . . 1197, 1849 
Aptborpe v. Peter Schoenhofen Co 265 

Aquila,The 510 

Arbenz, Re 697 

Arbib and Class, Re . , , . 1108, 1751 

Arch V. Bentinck 1911 

Archbold v. Austin-Gourlay ... 68 
Archbold and Charters, Re . . , 2150 

Archer v. Baynes 166 

V. Hudson 2125 

V. James 1438 

V. Jegone 2044 

r. Kelly .... 628,1518,1850 

Archer and Caledon, Re . . , . 2076 

Archibald o. Hartley 561 

P.Wright 547,1073 

Arden, Re 2259 

V. Boyce . 671 

Arding v. Economic Printing Co . 244. 

918, 1872, 1878, 2013, 2014 

Ardree Osy ter Co v. Ullman . . . 1662 

Argentine, The 458 

Argos, The Cargo ex 166 

Aris V. Orchard 275 

Arkell, /fe 716 

V. Fletcher 701, 1062 

Arkwright i;. Evans 1391 

V. Gell .... 1002, 1768, 1907 

r. Newbold 763 

Arlett V. Ellis 847, 1193 

Armitage, Re 948 

V. Askham, Re Fenton ... 49 

r. Gordon 518 

V. Haigh 16, 1840 

— V. Moore 1673 

Armitt v. Breame 461 

Armstrong, Re 185, 420, 1000, 1624, 1582, 

1826 

V. Armstrong . 183, 367, 604, 1074 

V. Bowdidge 1629 

V. Cahill 593 

V. Christiani 1294 

w. Clavering 1832 

r. Eldridge 1862 

V. Hunt 1422 

V. London Co. Co. . . 340, 1949 

Armstrong Co v. Hotchkiss Co . . 14, 78 
Armytage v. Armytage .... 1734 

V. Wilkinson 2183 

Arnell v. Lond. & N. W. Ry . 466, 1601, 

2108 
V. Regent's Canal Co 231, 1428, 1601, 

lt)10 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Puge 

Arnison, Ex p 1975 

V. Smith 1912, 1961 

Araold,£:j:|).,/2« Wright. ... 891 

, Re 660, 1780 

t;. Arnold 217, 608, 924, 1367, 1582 

V. Blades, Re Turner . . . 2049 

V. Congreve 834 

r. Diintdale 911 

V. Kayess, Re Taber .... 1380 

V, Stratton 1690 

Arnot V. United African Lands 362 

Arnott V. Tyrrell 102 

Arnould v. Grinstead 1008 

Arn8\»y v. Woodward . . . 2193, 2208 

Arrogpe v. Rarr 321 

Arrow v. Mellish 137, 2042 

Arrow Co v. 'J yne Commrs . 1398, 1708, 

1718 
Arrowsmith, Re 1220 



. 1800,2199 
. 1272,1949 
95, 105, 1970 
580 



Art Union v. Savoy . 
Arter v. Hammersmith 
Arthur v. Mackinnon 

r. Walker . . 

Arthur Average Assn, Re 793, 1919, 1920 
Artistic Colour Printing Co, Re . 1562 

Arton, Re 1504 

Arundel's Case 2178 

Arundell v. Bell 828, 1586 

Asch V. Financial News . . 1059, 2074 
Asfar V. Blundell . . 158, 1570, 1916 

Ash, Re 991 

V. Lynn 1643 

Ashburner v. Sewell 2063 

r. Wilson 1837,1906 

Aslibury v. Ellis 7, 1438 

Ashbury Co v. Rich6 . . . 804, 1187 

Ashby r. Hincks 1358 

V. While 976 

V. Wilson 832, 1788 

Ashcroft v\ Crow Co 2162 

V. Foulkes 1683 

V. Morrin 1212 

Ashdown v. Curtis 722 

Ashendon v. L. B. & S. By . . . 1667 

Asher V. Calcraft 214 

Ashford v. Haines 1862 

Ashforth v. Bedford .... 779, 1347 

Ashling V. Boon 152 

Ashmore u. Cox 918,2211 

V. Horton 7 

Ashton, Re . 994, 1119, 1264, 1265, 1511 

». Ashton 2062, 2217 

». Blackshaw 1166 

V. Breviit 1063 

t'. Dawson 568 

V. Stock 861, 1669 

Ash win, /?c 439 

Asiiworth V. Heyworth . . 592, 1873 

u. Outram 1829 

y, Bedford 779,1347 

Askew V. Askew 2000 

V. Booth 1624, 1795 

V, Woodhend 49 

Aspinall v. Sutton 2091 

Asplin r. Blackman 1 1 70 

Assets Development Co v. Close . 1912 
Assicurazione General! v. Bessie 
Morris Co 1520 



Astbury «7. Astbury . . .28,24,1434 

V, Beasley 4(5 

V. Henderson 767 

Asten V. Asten 197 

Astley V. Essex 750, 792 

V Manchester, S. & L. By . 548 

r. NewTivoli .... 1490,2117 

V. Weldon 1105 

Astley and Tyldesley Co, Re . . 361 

Aston V. Aston 1303, 1481 

V, Hurwitz 1913 

Astor V. Union Insrce 1892 

Atcberley v. Du Moulin .... 628 

V. Vernon 1659 

Atherstone v. Bostock 1652 

Atherton r. Crowlhir 1082 

Athlumney, Re 851 

Athill V. Athill 332 

Atkins, Re 544, 1515 

V. Davis 970 

Atkinson, Re . 182, 287, 598, 620, 1513, 
1741, 1945, 2025, 2239 

r. Bell 106,825 

V. Collard 968, 1835 

V. Elliott 1286 

V. King 1963 

V. L'Estrange 862 

V. Morris 519 

V. Pilsworth 781 

V. Bnleigh 2047 

V. Sellers 201, 2092 

Atkyns v. Kinnler . . 553, 1105, 2164 
Atlantic Insrce v. Huth .... 1256 

Atlas, The 211 

Attenborough, Ex p.. Re Cunning- 
ham 1864 

». Henschell 1878 

V. St. Katharine's Docks 293, 1172 

V. Thompson 1783 

Atterbury v. Fairmanner .... 1907 

A-G.. Exp 1370 

V. Aberdare 1966 

V. Ailesbury 645 

V. Alexander 1787 

r. Anderson 1539 

V. Anon 870 

V. Bagot 1626 

V. Bailey 1921 

V. Baker 1534 

V. Barren 254 

V. Barry 1399 

V, Beech 1426 

u. Bidder 736,1480 

r. Birkbeck 281, 1015 

V. Black 1673, 2028 

V. Booth 812 

V. Boultbee 458 

V. Bournemouth . . 363, 714, 1964, 

1975 

V. Bowyer 296 

V. Brackenbury 805 

W.Bradbury 1274 

V. Bradlaugh . 80, 439, 1008, 1960 

V. Braybrooke .... 1538, 1966 

V. Brecon 1762 

V. Brentwood School . . . 760 

V. Brighton Supply Assn . . 878 

V. Brown 1966 



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A-O. 



Brunning 645 

Bunce 1530 

Burridge 747 

CaWert 697 

Cambridge . 899,024,021,1164 

Cardiff 1600 

Carlton Bank . . . 1326, 1677 
Cast Plate Glass Co . . . 1926 

CecU 1278 

Chambers . 507, 014, 1246, 1875 
Chapman . 241. 1426, 2116, 2201 
Christ Church, Oxford 602, 1142 

Churchill 1468 

Clarke 970, 1506 

Clarkson 1843 

Clifton 815 

Cole .... 1298,1299,1800 

Comber 1350,22.30 

Conduit Co 457 

Coote 1732,2021 

CouUon 1842 

Croydon 1654 

Dakin 1771 

Dardier 1689 

Deeping St Nicholas . . 1403 

DePreviUe 1426 

Dobree . . 180, 202, 570, 1622 

Dodd 1474 

Dodington 211, 549, 1426, 1474. 

1842,2117 

Donaldson 1421 

Dorking 2161 

Dowling 1533 

Kastlake 297 

Edison Telephone Co 402, 1193, 

2019, 2091 
Edwards . . 781, 026, 1790, 1878 
Ellis .... 1476,2100,2201 
Emerson . . . 747, 1042, 1846 
Ewelme Hosp. . . 50, 405, 1156 

Exeter 1506 

Fairley 1843 

Fitqohn 666 

Fletcher 188 

Flojer 1638,2116 

Foster 969, 1654 

FumessRy 700 

GaskiU 267 

Gibbs 2165 

Gilbert 1968 

Gosling 1426,2201 

Grey 1426 

Gutch 1503 

Hallett 855 

Hamilton 1414 

Uanmer 847,2210 

Hanwell 2136 

Harley . . . 1010,1267,2099 

Hatch 2003 

Hawkins 1622 

Haj 856 

Hertford 1019 

Heywood 003 

Higgins 024 

Homer ... 036, 1162, 1247 

Hughes 522 

Jackson 767,1078 

Jacobs-Smith . 1621,2200,2202 



A-G. V. Jewish Colonization Associ- 
ation 567,1686 

V. Johnstone 1706 

r. Kenifeck 2141 

V. Kissane 488, 439 

V. Lamplough 2223 

o.Le Revert 242 

V. Lewin 870 

V. Littledale 1066 

». Load. & N. W. Ry . . . 2111 

V. London Co. Co 2087 

V, London Parochial Charities 1838, 

2116 

V.Lonsdale 816,1708 

V. Loscombe 1306 

V. Loyd 1471 

V. McLean .... 170, 580, 1732 

V. Magdalen Coll 1464 

V. Mander 786, 1966 

e;. Manchester . . 1800, 1302, 1639 

V. Margate Pier Co . . 1606, 2064 

V. Maule 1846 

r. Merthyr Tydvil . 610, 006, 1768, 

1070 

V. Metropolitan Ry . 300, 074, 1255 

V, Meyrick 1830 

p. Middleton 1066 

u. Mid. Ry 1282 

V. Mitchell 1633 

V. Monteflore 649, 622 

V. Moore 430, 2004 

V. Morgan 1204, 1366 

V. Mylchreest 1203 

r.Nash 1798 

V. New York Breweries Co 42, 663, 

1516 

V. Northumberland . . 1607, 1877 

V Owen 1842 

V. Oxford, &c, Ry 177 

I?. Parker 969,1406,1801 

V Parmenter 747 

V. Parsons 602, 636 

u. Partington 646 

p. Pearce 1602 

— V. Pearson 815 

V. Penrhyn 1684 

V, Pougett 672 

v. Powis 247 

V. Radloff 439 

• V. Rathdonnell 1221 

u. Reeve 014 

p. Reveley 783 

V. Robertson 1966 

V. Robson 362 

V. Rowe 566 

u. Rufford 1271 

V. Saggers 1575 

p. Sr. John's Hosp. Bath . . 598 

p. Sefton 180,2174 

p. Sewell 476 

V. Shield 483 

p. Sibthorp .... 640. 707, 1966 

V. Sillem . . 08, 633, 740, 084, 1626 

p. Smith 30 

r. Smith-Marriott 1221 

p. Smythe 1533,2116 

p. Stamford 710 

p. Strange 947 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Pt«e 

AG. v. Sudeley 746,1760 

r. Sunderland 1496 

r. Swansea 1762 

V. Terry 1600 

V. Tewkesbury .... 18, 622 

V. Tod-Heatley 1300 

r.Tomline . . . 747,1201,1202 

V. Tongue 2084 

p. Trueman 684 

V. Tynemouth . . 1081, 1862, 1601 

V, Vigor 864 

r. Walker 833,1252 

p. Walthamstow 2247 

V. Wandsworth Bd of Works 1272 

V. Wax Chandlers Co . . 866. 1254 

V. Webster 295, 816 

V. Welsh Granite Go . . . 1202 

V. Wendt 2201 

V. Westminster Chambers 

Assn 563, 660, 896, 1256 

r. Whiteley 767 

V. Widnes Ry 678 

V. Wilkinson 1506 

V. Wolvenon 1220, 127.3. 1441, 1966 

V. Wood 184, 993, 1962 

V. Woolhouse 2084 

V. Worcester 767 

V. Worrall . . 184. 627, 812, 1474 

V. Wright 1224 

V. Wyndham .... 548, 1781 

V. Yarmouth . 82, HI, 1627, 1710. 

2147 
A-G. British Columbia o. A-G. Can- 
ada 1204, 1608, 1772 

A-G. British Honduras v. Bristowe 604 

A-G. Canada ». A-G. Ontario . 164,669, 

1246, 1438, 1606. 1765, 1804, 2106 

A-G. Hong Kong v. Kwok-a-Sing . 437, 

1482 1789 
A-G. Ireland r. Apothecaries' Hall ' 1184 
A-G. Isle of Man v. Mylchreest . . 496 
A-G. Jersey v. Le Moignan . . . 127 
A-G. New South Wales v. Love . 42 

V. Rennie 1084 

V. Walters 10G2 

A-G. New Zealand v. Edwards . . 1026 
A-G. Ontario ». Mercer . 639, 1754, 1772, 

2031 

A-G. Quebec v. Reed 584 

AG. Straits Settlements v. Wemyss 317 

Attree r. Attree 1743 

V. Hawe 470, 996 

Attwater, £:t p 163 

Attwood V. Case .... 33, 618, 1609 

V. Emery 1520, 1664 

V. Munnings 1450 

Atwood V. Monger 1591 

Aubert v. Gray 1 746 

Aubrey v. Fisher 2056 

Auckland v. Westminster Bd of 

Works 226,2168 

Audsley v, Horn 806 

Aulton V. Roberts 559 

Austen, Re 1162 

r. Boys 828.1686 

Auster v, Powell 8*91 

Attsterberry v. Oldham 878, 1778.2111 
Austin V. Austin .... 684, 720, 1142 



Austin V. Cull e9 

V. Drewe 720 

V, Manchester Ry .... 1606 

». Olsen 1418 

Austin Friars, The 1657 

Australasian Insrce o. Jackson . . 168 
Australasian Nay. Co i*. Morse 1254, 1266 
Australian Agricultural Co t*. Saun- 
ders 990,2090 

Australian Bank, i?« 1034 

Australian NaT. Co, /?«... . 1830 
Australian Newspn per Co i;. Bennett 80 
Australian Wine Importers & Mason 248 

Authen,Exp 1810 

Automatic Weighing Machine Co 

V. International Hygienic Socy . 1962 
Autothreptic Co & Hook, /2e . . 1690 

Ayards v. Rhodes 160 

Ayeland v. Lucas 679 

Ayeline v. Whisson 1880 

AyeriU, fl« 320 

Ayery, Re 724, 764 

v. Bowden 1281,2-211 

t\ Langford 2084 

V. Wood 786 

Ayis V. Newman. Re Cartwright . 2219 
Ayison i;. Simpson .... 821, 1277 

Ay\e,Re 303 

Aylesf. Cox 182,409,638 

». S. E. Ry 1776 

Aylesbury Ry v. Thompson . . . 2069 

Aylesford, Re 951, 1056 

i;. G.W. Ry 476 

V. Morris 668. 764, 2123 

r.Poulett 790 

Aylesford Peerage 169 

Aylnier, i?« 248 

Ayr S. S. Co v. Glasgow & S. W. Ry 2163 
Ayrton v, Abbott .... 1322, 1369 
Azemar v. CaselU . . 1134,1790,2214 



B. 

B., Re, Ex p. Caucasian Corp . . 316 

B. A. S., /?e 1068 

Babbington v. O'Connor .... 1886 

Baber v. Harris 836 

Bache t;. Billingham 479 

Backhouse v. Bishopwearmouth . 208 

V. Mellor 2143 

Backweirs Case 1174 

Backwell r. Child 852 

Bacon v. Bacon 336 

r. Cosby 1968 

Bacup V, Smith 1889 

Badcock v. Badcock 867 

V. Cumberland Gap Park Co . 1784 

r. Hunt 917, 1651 

Baddeley p. Baddeley 1840 

V. Denton 870 

V. Gingell 2256 

Badeley v. Consolidated Bank 1026, 1416 

Badham v. Marris 696 

w. Mee 1141 

r. Williams 1356 

Badische, &c v. Basle Works 2149, 2177 

Badley r. Cuckfleld ' " 



TABLE OF CASES. 



XXIU 



Baenelman v. Bailey 1872 

Ba^ge V. Whitehead 1319 

Baggett 27. Meux 646, 953 

Baglan Uali Colliery Co ... . 944 

Baglehole v. Walters 704 

Barley r. MoUard .... 803, 1264 

BagnaUtown & W. Uj 2122 

Bagot, Re 1742 

V. Bagot 1340,1841 

V. Legge 1966 

Bagott 9. Orr 1394, 1864 

Bagshawe v. Canning 1000 

Bagsliawes v. Deacon 8 

Bagster, fxp 98 

Baile v. Baile .... 616, 1686, 1686 
Bailee r. SunderUnd Eg Socy . . 1861 

Bailey, Re 618, 2288 

V. Barnes 840, 1376 

». Bowen 983 

V. Bryant 689 

u. Finch 1236 

r. Jamieson 877, 1606 

V. Johnson 1236, 1764 

V. Kalamazoo Co 1478 

r. Skinner .... 266, 889, 1061 

V. Sweeting 1289 

V. Uniyersal Provident Assn . 1863 

r. WaUon 1684 

V, Wright 1277 

Bailey and Isle of Thanet Ry . . 366 

BaiUie V. Goodwui 264,689 

Baily, Re 1901 

V. Bonlt 321 

V. De Crespigny .... 131, 133 

Bain r. A-G 1418 

V. Free Church of Scotland . 1613 

Bainbridge. yZe 981 

,i2e, J^arp. Fletcher .... 809 

V. Ashburton 1669 

V. Bainbridge 477 

p. Cream 468 

V. Smith 931 

Baines v. Bromley 417 

p. Lumley 1712 

p.Ottey 1082 

p. Swainson 66 

Baird v. Tunbridge Weils 897, 686, 878, 

1908, 1909, 1949 

Baird's Trustees v. Lord Advocate 294 

Baker, Re, Nichols r. Baker 1174, 1177 

, Re, Pursey v. HoUoway . . 1401 

-^— V. Ambrose 1419 

V. Coombes 1614 

o. Dening 1881 

V. Gray 1684, 2162 

V. GreenhiU . . . 1407, 1410, 1434 

p. Herd 1723 

p. Lee 610, 816. 887 

p. Lucas 2044 

p. Martin 2100 

p. Monmouth 72 

r. Nottingham Bank . . . 12HI 

p. Oakea 426,428 

p. Pierce 1480 

p. Portsmouth 1948 

p. Rawson 248, 641 

p. Richardson 1839 

p. Sebright ....... 2218 



Page 

Baker p. Stephens 260,626 

p. Sutton 1704 

p. Towry 1948 

p. Wall 1276 

p. White 1469, 1460 

p. WilUams 1362, 2177 

p. Yorkshire Ineree .... 1969 

Bake well p. Unite* I Insrce . . . 1892 

Balagh&t Gold Co, Re 983 

Baldwin, Re, Ex p. Fobs . . . 824, 826 

p. Baldwin 293 

p. Cock 1349 

p. Dover Jus 1273 

Balkis Co, Re 486, 1806 

Ball, Re 2269 

, Re, Slatterley p. Ball . 1074, 1076 

P.Maxwell 1427 

p. Plummer 677 

p. Ray 1300 

p. Stanley 1663 

Ballance, Re 690, 1748 

-^— p. Lamphier 2067 

Ballantyne v. Mackinnon . . 1466, 1809 

Ballard, i?e 771 

p. Dyson 2224 

V. Tomlinson 1966 

Ballinger p. Ferris 202 

Bamberger p. The Commercial Credit 262 

BsLmtoTd.Exp 267,2163 

p. Tumley . . . 1298, 1299, 1800 

Banbury p. Page 1301 

Banbury Peerage 169 

Bancroft p. Mitchell 437 

Banda and Kirwee Booty 34, 186, 207, 

407, 1021 

Bandy p. Cartwright 603 

Bangor Bp p. Parry . . . 2196, 2197 
Bank of Africa p. Colonial Gov- 
ernment 814 

Bank of Bengal p. Macleod . 1262, 1496 
Bank of China p. American Trading 

Co 718 

Bank of England p. Anderson . 190, 210 

p. Vagfiano 191, 712 

Bank of India p. Wilson 691, 1627, 2078 
Bank of Ireland p. McCarthy ... 68 

Bank of London, Re 2140 

Bank of New South Wales v. Camp- 
bell 333 

p. Piper 1046 

Bank of Scotland p. Cunningham . 1182 
Bank of S. Australia p. Abrahams 1682, 

1684 
Bank of Syria, 72e . . . . 1642, 1806 
Bankes p. Le Desfiencer . . 1693, 1962 
Bankruptcy Notice, Re . , . 662, 716 

Banks, /;« 698 

p. Braithwaite 321, 322 

p. Hollings worth 780 

p. Small 649 

Bann Navigation, Re, Ezp. Olpherts 1361 
Bannatyne p. Ferguson .... 722 
Banner, £Jx p., /Ze Key worth . . 1816 

Bannerman, Re 483 

Bannister p. Hyde 8, 1616 

Bannon v. Hanrahan . . . 690, 1303 
Banque d'Hochelaga p Jodion . . 16G6 
Baptist Trustees p. Whitwell . . 1672 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Barber, /?«... 180, 1077, 1091, 2142 

, Re, Ex p. Stanford . . . 182, 926 

t;. Barber 1912 

V, Blaiberg 1357 

V. Gamson 1645 

V. Grace .... 218, 1642, 1992 

0. Mackrell 1709 

V. Meyerstein 1973 

V. Penley 1300 

V, Waite 2150 

u. WaWuck 724 

Barclay, JFx p 734 

17. Maskelyne 032, 984 

». Pearson 1128 

Barcore, The 456 

Barcroft v. Murpliy 1641 

Bardin, /?e 1966 

Bardswell 0. Bardswell .... 1631 

Bareham, Re 49 

Barfleld, i?e 1861 

Bargate v. Sliortridge 636 

Barhafn v. Marris 997 

Baring, Re 1316 

0. Abingdon ... 846, 807, 867 

V. Ashburton 757 

V. Corrie 222. 686 

V. Inl. UcY 1016 

Baring-Gould v, Sliarpington Syn- 
dicate 62,260,626,2114 

Barker, Re . 60, 368, 674, 691, 868, 1688, 

2129 

V. Allan 636 

V. Edger 714 

r. Faulkner 2229 

V. Greenwood .... 1267, 1469 

V. Highley 1872 

r. McAndrew 842, 1260, 1779, 2204 

17. N. Staffordshire Ry . . . 1159 

w. Palmer 1865 

I'. Sniark 494 

V. Windle 2046 

V. Young 1349 

Barksdale v. Gilliat 485 

Barkshire v. Grubb .... 2132, 2226 
Bark worth v. Young . . . 1164, 1289 
Barlow, Re, Ex p. Thornber . 1660, 2133 

^ — V. Osborne 1417 

V. Rhodes 109, 2226 

V. Ross 595, 677, 1762 

V. St. Mary Abbotts 226, 230. 805, 

926, 940, 1269, 2168 

V, Teal 242, 1891 

V. Terrett 673 

Barnaby v. Tassell 648 

Barnacle v. Clark 362 

Barnard v. Faber .... 364, 2216 

V. Pillow 2278 

0. Wieland 432 

Barnard & Roaenthall, Rf, Ex p. 

Evans 1661 

Barnardo v. Ford 1350 

Barnes, Ex p, . . . 763, 908, 1033, 1968 

V. Akroyd 1301 

V, Barnes 336 

V. Chipp 15:^5 

V. Dowling 2260 

V. Edleston 1759 

V, Forsyth 1900 



Barnes v. Glenton 1437 

V. Grant 15:^1 

V. Loach 2132 

r. Maltby 818 

V. Marshall 275 

V. Patch 642, 694 

V. Peterson 272 

». Shore 1657,1612 

V, Southsea Ry 895 

». Toye 1249 

i;. Ward 1800 

V. Youngs 1976 

Barnett v. Allen . . 106, 196, 800. 1062. 

1669. 2190 
r. Blake 66, 291 

— t;. Eaatnian 472 

r. Eccles 785 

V. Hickmott 445, 590 

V. Howard 1028 

1;. King 1090 

v.Laskey .... 245,321,1964 

Barnewall, /2e 1267 

Barney. Re 1389, 1721 

Barnsley's Case 2141 

Barr, Re 284 

V. Kingsford 1671 

Barraclough v. Brown . . . 1393, 1708 

V. Oreenhough .... 362, 1976 

V, Shillito 1018, 1014 

Barran v. Lomas 766 

Barrett v. Burden 64 

Barraud v. Archer 710 

Barret t;. Barret 2216 

V. Glubb 413 

Barrett v, Bedford 1267 

V. Birmingham 24 

t;.Day . . . 318,680,968,2061 

— V. Jermy 76 

V. Markham .... 2094,2256 

V. Stockton, &c, Ry . . . . 1609 

V, White 1216, 1705 

Barrett & Elers v. Day .... 778 

Barretto v. Young 2260 

Barrington's Case 171 

Barrington v. Liddell .... 477, 626 

Barron v. Willis 2125 

Barrow r. Bell 1944 

1;. Isaacs. . . . 1210,2140,2157 

V. Methold 1638 

V. Wadkin 66 

u. Williams 1069 

Barrsv. Lea 790 

Barry v. Arnaud 2276 

D.Harding 1818 

V. Mid. G. W. Ry .... 1357 

V, Parry 782 

Barry Ry v. Taff Vale Ry 684, 1129. 1349 

Barsham, Re 1729 

©.Bullock 876 

Barsht v. Tagg 1379 

Barstow's Case 190 

Bartell i;. Gray 2121 

Bartholomay Co v. Wyatt . . 265, 746 
Bartholomew v. Freeman .... 826 

Bartlett u. Bartlett 376 

V. Crittenden 1618 

V. Fonl's Co 1935 

r. Gibbs 1248 



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Bartlett v. Holmes 1542 

r. Kirwood 2283 

V. Salmon 841 

V, Vinor 2194 

Bartley v. Lees 146 

Barton v. Birminghsm .... 1091 

V. Bricknell 650 

p. Glover 1106 

V. Plggott 1820 

V. Vanheytlmysen .... 1621 

Bnrtonshill Coal Co t;. McGaire . 348 
Barton-upon-Uumber Water Co, /?e 2122 
Bar well «. Winterstoke .... 637 

Basliam v. Smith 786 

Bashford r. Cliaplin 1101 

Baaing v. Basing 515 

Basnett c. Moxon 2115 

Bass V. Gregory 595 

Bassano r. Bradley . 88, 89, 1563, 2063, 

2174 

Basset r. St. Leyan 871 

Bassett's Case 1711 

Bassett r. CoUis 1007 

9. Nosworthy 816 

V, Tong 960 

Baster v. London & County Print- 
ing Works 752 

Bastifel v, Llojd .... 139* 1247 
Batclieldor v. Yates, Re Yates . 95, 186, 

1817, 1820. 

Batchelor v. Bigger 1378 

V. Middleton 24 

Bate V. Amharst 1337 

Bateman r. Bluck 877 

r. Faber 647, 948, 1448 

». Hotchkin 2252 

r. Poplar 573,1840 

Bateman and Parker, Re 89 

Bater and Birkenhead, Re . , . 785 

Bates V. Bates 1487, 1971 

V. Donaldson 2140 

0. Kesterton 1843 

V. McCormick 565 

V. Moore 481 

Bateson v. Gosling 1708 

V. Oddy 846 

Bath V. Berwick-on-Tweed ... 307 

p. Sutton 810 

Bath anil Wells Bp, Exp. ... 1841 
Bathard r. London Sewers Cummrs 1249 

Bathe, /2« .' 428 

Bathurst v. Errington .... 607, 608 

V. Stanley 708 

Batt,/2« 697,1617,1974 

r. Dunnett 1617, 1974 

V. Price 1561 

Batteley r, Windle 2146 

Batten, /?«, ^z p. Milne . . .58.1169 

0. Dartmouth Commrs . . 339, 844 

V. Gedye 1405 

P. Wedgwood Co 1662 

Batterbury v. Vyse 886 

Battersby, Re 694 

p. Kirk 880 

P.Nicholson 1427 

Battersea p. Commrs of Sewers . 1003 

p. Palmer 1273,1947 

Battbyany r. Bouch 180 



Batthyany v. Walford 1041 

Battishill p. Reed 624 

Battison p. Hobson ... 34, 408, 1098 
Batty p. Marriott .... 796, 1961 
Baum, Re, Exp, Cooper .... 1677 

Baumgarten, /^6 '2037 

BaumwoU Manufnctur v. Furness . 1392 
Bavins p. Lond. & S. W. Bank . . 2115 

Bawden, Re 1748 

p. London, Ac, Assrce . . . 1870 

Bawtreo p. Great N. W. Central Ry 1254 
Baxendale p. G. W. Ry . . . . 2128 

p. Lucas 927 

p. N. Devon Ry 2128 

Baxter, Re 10, 588 

— p. France 957 

p. Langley . 627, 1528, 1569, 1704 

p. Spencer 1469 

Bay ley p. Boulcott 871 

p. Chadwick 280 

p. G. W. Ry 109, 1758. 2182, 2226 

p. Lancashire & Yorkshire Ky 1478 

p. Wilkinson 955 

Baylis, Ex p., Re European Bank- 
ing Co 4.34 

, Re 60, 989, 1337, 1436 

p.Jiggins 127,2014 

p. Lintott 892 

p. Tyssen Amhurst .... 1052 

Bayliss, Re 118 

Bayly p. Schofleld 983 

Bayne p. Crowther 1141 

Baynes p. Lloyd . . 503, 658, 835, 1086 

Baynham, Re 1375 

p. Guy's Hospital . . 781, 1710 

Bays p. Bird 902 

Bayspoole p. Collins . . . 961,2171 

Bazalgette p. Lowe 2228 

Bazeley p. Forder 1260 

Bazett P. Morgan 71, 542 

Beach, Re, Clarke p. Hayne . . . 1279 
Beachcroft p. Beachcroft . . 303, 1232 
Beacon Assrce p. Gibb . . . 1536, 1537 
Beadon p. Parrott . . . 615, 849, 2271 

Beahan p. Bealian 162 

Beak p. Tyrrell 1560 

Beal, Exp 400 

p. Exeter 1735 

P.Ford 1736 

p. S. Devon Ry 1666 

Beale p. Arabin 1260 

p. Beale 1111 

p Connolly 629 

Beales v. Crisford 269, 694 

p. Tennant 809 

Beall, /?« 1562 

Beamish r. Beamish 1165 

Bean p. Stupart 1807 

Bear p. Bromley 1026 

Beard, Re 1416, 1861 

p. Egerton ....... 1348 

p. Hine 1077 

P.Perry 1683 

p. Rhoiles 138 

Beardman p. Wilson 2118 

Beardmnrc p. Fox 921 

p. Tredwell 1209 

p, Wilson 1070 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Beard nell t^. Beeson 17B7 

Beardsley v. Lacej 519 

V, Walton 869 

Beasley v. Roney 26 

Beatson 27. Rushforth 708 

r. Schank 29,941 

Beauchamp v. Anderson .... 810 

p. Faber 1842 

V, G. W. By 1986 

V. Winn .... 1899, 2028, 2216 

Beauchant t;. Usticke 1906 

Beauclerk t;. Ashburnham . . . 1727 

». Beauclerk .... 444,2189 

Beaufort i^. Bates . . 1767, 2227, 2270 

0. Crawahay .... 1458, 1794 

V. Phillips 1029 

». Swansea 1876,2034 

Beaumont, Re 567, 568 

V. Bowers 588 

V. Oliveira 296, 1626 

Beaupre, Re 21 

Beavan v. Delahay 622 

V. Oxford 202, 648, 1621 

Beaver v. Manchester . . . 217, 1948 
— V. Victoria Equity Master 266 

Beawfage's Case 656 

Bebb V. Bunny 2286 

Bechuanaland Exploration Co v. 
London Trading Bank . . 1065, 1261 

Beck,7?« 943 

V. Pierce 1021 

Beckett, i?e 1391 

V. Howe 25 

V, Mid. Ry 976 

17. Stiles 818 

V. Sutton 92, 94 

t;. Tower AsseU Co .... 198 

V, Upton 1878 

Beckford v. Crutwell . . . 1123,1222 

Beckhv. Page 1225 

Beckhuson t;. Hamblett .... 848 

Beckwith v. Beckwith 1369 

Beddall v. Maitland 744 

Beddoe, /?e 1582 

Beddoes, /?6 416 

Beddow v. Beddow 1C3:3 

Bedell, /?« 151 

Bedford t;. Teal 996 

Bedford Charity, /?<! 98,96 

Bedford Infirmary v, Bedford Imp. 

Commrs 782, 1601 

Bedford Ry v. Mid. Ry .... 1580 
Bedford Union v. Bedford Imp. 

Commrs 1407, 1410, 1601 

Bedfordshire Jus. r. Bedford Im- 
provement Commrs 782 

Bedingfleld, 7^6 1570 

Bedson, Re 466 

Beecher's Case 77 

Beeching v. Westbrook . . . 653, 654 

Beeman. Re 1750 

Beemy, Re 1372 

Beer v. Santer 53 

Beeston, Re 662 

V. Beeston 797, 7«J8 

Beeston Brewery v. Mid. Ry 684, 2128 

Behn v. Burness 1297, 2215 

Beighton r. Beighton 1642 



Psgc 

Beilby v, Scott 291 

r. Shepherd 652 

Beioley V. Carter 1966 

Belav. Foni 1735 

Beianey v. Behmey . 604, 645, 1468, 1588 

Belasco v. Uanimut 126 

Belch V, IdL Rev 406 

Belcher v. Mclntoab 1719 

r. Magnay 203 

Belding t;. Read 69,206 

Belfast t;. Tomb 1637 

Belfast Central Ry v, G. N. Ry, Ire- 
land 2053 

Belfast Co, i?e 1830 

Belfast Harbour t;. Commrs of Val- 
uation 1612 

Belfast & Ballymena Ry v. Keys . 1473 
Belfast & N. Counties Ry, Re . . 416 
Belford Union v. Pattison .... 160 
Bell t;. Antwerp, &c. Line . . . 1375 

17. Balls 1883 

V. Barcbard 2158 

r. Bell 1377 

V. Buckley 1750 

V. Crane 1179, 1044 

C.Dudley 457.1992 

p. Morson 693 

p. Phyn 1349,2187 

17. Stone 2190 

p. WardeU 1808 

V. Welch 45, 956, 1586 

V. Wilson . 1201, 1202, 1204, lo:^, 

1808 

17. Young 481 

Bell Cox, £arp 1794 

BelUirs 17. Tucker .... 692,1678 

BelUmy v. Debenham 1958 

17. Pow 1929 

17. Wells 1300 

Bellencontre, Re 612 

Bellhouse v. Mellor 2143 

Bellinger, /?e 1381 

Bellyse V. M'Ginn 1866 

BelperCase 1670 

Belshaw v. Bush 742, 1486 

Belti7. Lawes 1170 

Belton r. Busby 2152 

r. London Co. Co 1164 

Beman v. Rufford .... 628, 1010 

Benabo v. James 582 

Bence, /?e 885,1462 

V. Shearman 8, 1436 

Bendelow v, Wortley 1299 

Bendy, Re 630 

Beneficed Clerk u. Lee 918, 1226 

Benett i;. Costor 728 

Benford v. Sims 419 

Benington v. Metrop Bd of Works 1159 

Benjamin r. Andrews 1607 

17. Belcher 858 

17. Storr 735, 950 

Benn, i?e 1997,1999 

Bennet's Case 1434 

Bennet v. Bennet 1119 

17. Talboys 966 

Bennett, Re . 895, 416, 829, 1880, 1582 

17. Blackpool 1498 

17. Brumfril 1884 



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xxvu 



Pag« 

Bennett u. Bury 2035 

p. Harding 927,2270 

9. Herring * 1193 

o. Hugliee 631 

». MeUor 848 

V. Slater 1288 

r. Stone 2246 

r. Tyler 789 

V. Wormack 1266, 2164, 2167, 2168 

V. Wyndham 1781 

fienninffton i?. Goodtitle .... 272 

». Taylor 2070 

Beiinison v, Cartwright ... 25, 1002 
Bensaude v. Thames & Mersey 

Intrce 1127, 1465 

Benson o. Chapman 919 

V. Dunn 1849 

r. Maude 2288 

p. Morley 1767,1777 

0. Schneider 160 

Bent V. CuUen 90 

r. Roberts 1313,1314 

Bentham r. Hoyle 1439 

r. Wilson. He Parker . . . 1810 

p. WilUhire 2068 

Bentham Mills Co. /2e 2091 

Bentinck v. London Joint Stock 

Bank 888,1262 

Bentley v. Blizard 1242 

0. Manchester, S. & L. Ry . 1798 

V. Meech 1348 

r.Vilmont 1164.1744 

Bently v. Hastings .... 602. 1591 

Bentsen u, Taylor 6, 1297 

Beawell, Ex p., Re Huiion ... 946 

r. Inns 266 

Benwick, The 460 

Benyon, Re 87 

Berdan v. Greenwood 612 

Berens v. Fellowes .... 1400, 1769 

Beresford r. Browning 1876 

BeresfordHope v. Sandhurst 709, 1079, 

1033 

Berk r. Day 1871 

Berkhampstead School, Re . , . 767 

Berkley v. Ryder 875 

Berks v. Bertolet 467 

Berminsliam v. Burke . . . .471, 476 

P.Turner 666 

Bermondsey o. Johnson .... 1446 

Bemal v. Bemal 1146 

Bernard v. MinshuU . 1867, 1529, 1632. 

1742 

Bemdtson v. Strang 682 

Bemicia S. S. Co, & 600 

Bemina, The 1260,2175 

Bernstein o. Baxendale 814, 1886, 20'^ 

V. Bernstein 366 

Berridge v. The Man On Insurance 787 

Berrie v. Howitt 1685 

Berry. Ifc 2091 

V. Heard 783 

-^ V. Henderson 1184 

r. L.C.&1). Uy 1672 

». Usher 1470 

Bertolaoci v. Johnstone .... 1062 

Berwick, i?xp 2103 

Beryl. The 424 



Page 

Besant v. Cox 527 

Bescoby r. l*ack 1817 

Besford v. Saunders 5 

Bessant v. Noble 63 

Bessel v. Landsberg 1996 

Bessela v. Stern 1170 

Best, Re 1081 

p. Osborne 1907 

V. Pembroke 1029 

V. Saunders 247 

V. Stonehewer . . 512, 1104, 1867 

Beta, The 455.1211 

Betham v. Gregg 2193 

Betliel V. Abraham 548 

Bethell. Re 1165, 1333, 1664 

Bethlehem & Bridewell Hospitals, 

Exp 1468 

Bethune o. Bethune 444 

Be^'emann v. Betjemann .... 1669 

Betsey, The 198 

Betterton's Case 1300 

Bettesworth & Richer, Re 290, 953, 1879. 

1890 

Bettingham, /2e 1378 

Beits, Re 29.368,808 

p. Armstead .... 1045, 1636 

p. Burch. . . . 1104,1106,1106 

p. G. E. Ry 1627, 1984 

p. Menzies 860 

Betty, /?« 1316 

Beyan p. Bevan 1667 

P.Chambers 618 

p. Gething 1839 

p. London Portland Cement 

Co 2109 

p. Mahon-Hagan 1239 

r. Waterhouse 2069 

Beverley's Case 906. 1669 

Beyerley r. A-G 1383, 1908 

p. Lincoln Gas Co .... 641 

Bew p. Bew 416 

p. Harston 94, 796, 797 

Bewdley Ca^e . . 418, 678, 1409, 1786 

Bewick p. Whitfield 1368 

Bewley p. Atkinson 980 

Bexley p. West Kent Sewerage 

Board 375 

Beyfus and Masters, Re . . 1072, 1687 

Beynon p. Cook 6(58 

Beytagh v. Cassidy 624 

Bhugwandass r. Netherlands In- 
surance 1340 

Biaggi. /?<! 1583 

Btanchi p. Offord 1143 

Bibb p. Thomas 234 

Biccard p. Shepherd 1808 

Bickers p. Speight 1918 

Bickett p. Morris 1763 

Bickford v. Skewee 338 

Bickley r. Bickley 612 

Bicknell p. Hood 1070 

Bidder v. N. Staffordshire Jly . . 268 

p. Trinidad Petroleum Co . . 6.37 

Biddle v. Herbert 1162 

Biddlecombe p. Bond 981 

Biddulph p. Lees 489 

Bide p. Harrison 1218 

Bidwell, i?e 2203 



XXVIU 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Biffin V, Bignell 683 

Bigge V. Bigge 2227 

Biggeretaff v. Rowatt't Wharf 786, 1107 

Biggs p. G. E. Ry 1819 

V. Gordon 1783 

V. Hoddinott 1227 

V, Mitchell 1040 

Bignall v. Rose 162 

Bignold, /2e 040,902 

Bigwood V. Btgwood 615 

BilU.Neal 174 

Billing V. Billing 70 

r.Prebble 177,1821 

Billings V, Holloway 858 

27. Sandom 006 

Billson t;. Crofts 081 

Bingham v. Allport 1282 

r. Sl»effleld W. W. Co . . . 170 

Binning v. Binning '70 

Binstead, Re 481 

, Re, Ex p, VsLie 716 

Birch, ^x» 687 

, Re 1484 

V. Birch 444. 472 

V. Cropper . . . 1671, 1672, 2252 

V. Dawson 788 

V. Depeyster 1568 

V. Edwards 682, 688 

c. Podmore 2116 

V. Sherratt 1956 

V. Wade 1632 

Birchall, /?« 639 

v. Builough ' . . 152 

». Puffin 1686 

Bircham, Re 1229 

Bird, Re, Ex p. HiU . I, 1232, 2189, 2201 

V, Bass 1290 

p. Bird 1401 

V. Davey 38 

t. G. E. Ry 997 

V. Webster 612 

Birkley r. Presgrave 803 

Birkinyr v. Darnell 476, 005 

Birks, Re 304, 1014 

V. Allison 1248 

1;. Trippet 1833 

Birley v. Gladstone 466 

Birmingham, £x p 1799 

r. Allen 38 

W.Baker 1637 

Birmingham Bank t;. Ross . . ' . 808 
Birmingham Benefit Socy, f?6 . . 982 
Birmingham Breweries v. Jameson 72, 
884, 1928, 1968 
Birmingham Churchwardens v, 

Shaw 1709 

Birmingham Land Co v. L. & N. W. 

Ry 397. 966, 967 

Birmingham Vinegar Co v, Powell 1329, 

2082 
Birmingham, &c. Gas Co, Ex p. 665, 661 

1564, 1713 

Birrell r. Dryer 1780 

Birtle. Re 1966 

Birtwhistle v. Hindle 460 

Bischop V, Toler 693, 992 

Biscoe ». G. E. Ry 457 

t;. Jackson .... 206, 453, 2191 



Bishop, £:xp 1217 

, Re 646, 1685 

p. BalkisCo 6.286,1079 

r. Bishop 67,340,2160 

». Elliott 734. 1862 

0. Helps 248,1975 

p. North 1646,2226 

V. Pentland 1944 

r. Smedley 2027 

V. Smyrna, &c, Ry . 103, 610. 1266, 

1672, 1758 

p. Taylor 2167 

V. Wandsworth 103 

Bishop and Richardson, Re . . 860, 8G2 
Bishop Auckland Sanitary Author^ 
ity V, Bishop Auckland Iron Co 1301, 

1349 

Bissell V. Beard 1276 

V, Michigan Ry 2114 

Bissicks V. Bath Colliery Co . . . 662 
Black V. Bally mena Comnirs . . 494 

P.Clay 622,1880 

p. Dawson 1626 

r. Hill 700 

p. Murray 205 

p. Rose 1835 

Blackamore's Case 1664 

Blackbome p. Blackborne ... 985 

Blackburn, /?e 1726,2189 

p. Micklethwait 1967 

p. Parkinson 1685 

V. Smith 10 

V. Staples 860 

Blackburn Building Society, Re 284, 1186 

p.Cunliffe 1096,1960 

Blackburne p. Hope-Edwardes . . 1713 
Blackett p. Royal Ex. Assrue . . 163 

Biackhall p. Blackball 1418 

Blackhurst v, Cockell 1778 

Blacklow p. Lawes 1331 

Blackman p. Bryant 2280 

V. Fysh . 386, 466. 684, 602, 1706 

Blackmore V. Yates 1112 

Blackpool p. Bennett . . . 656, 1498 

p. Kenyon 1498 

Blackpool Motor Car Co, Re , , 765 

Black well's Case 1174 

Blackwell. Re 1337 

p. Bull 694 

p. England ....... 1733 

p. Halo 1014 

p. Harper 1240 

p. M'Naughtan ... 664, 1207 

p. Pennant . . . 1112, 1832. 1833 

Blackwood p. Brewster .... 699 

p. Regina . . . 200.1471,1659 

Blades p Higgs 795 

— p. Lawrence 1885 

BlagroYe p. Coore 2187 

Blaiberg, Exp., Re Toomer . . . 2196 

P.Beckett .... 490,491,1143 

p. Parke 1784 

Bljwn, Exp 476 

Blair p. Assets Co 2039 

p. Cordner 600 

— p. Nugent 24 

p. Stock 698 

Blairmore, The 2073 



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XXIX 



BUke*s Case 18 

Biake, £:x;> 338 

V, Albion Asarce 1797 

r. AttersoU 1441 

». Barnett 66,291 

r. Boech 488 

P.Blake 24,2169 

V. Done 667 

17. Gibbs 702,1109 

V. Hummell 190 

V. Hynes 1622 

r. Izard 1»17 

V. Lond. Corporation 890, 1618 

p. Marriage 1566 

V. Peters 787 

P.Shaw 1493 

Blakeley Ordnance Co, /?«... 931 

Blakemore, jE:x /> 942 

BUkeney, The 1784 

Blaker p. HerU & Essex W. W. Co 1616, 

2122 

p. Tlllstone 1046 

Qtakesley, /^6 1669 

r. Whieldon 2166 

tiakey p. Latham 1001 
lanchard. Re 1619 

Blanchett, Ex p.. Re Keeling . . 1809 

Bland p. Dawes 1900 

p. Lipscomlie 727 

r. Williams 2143 

Blandford, £:jro.. i^sHood . . . 1677 

r. Blandford . . 866,1142,2180 

Btanford p. Morrison . . . 431, 2236 

Blank p. Footman 1618 

Blankenstein p. RoberUon . . 88, 926 
Blann p. Bell ... . 995, 1715, 1738 

Blantem,i?e 2046 

Blashill p. Chambers 1890 

Blasson p. BUsson 208 

Blaydes p. Selby 2024, 2026 

Blazer Co, /Z« 181 

Bleakley p. Smith 1882 

Blenkhom, Re, Ex />. Jay ... . 1516 

Blenkinsop p. Ogden 280 

Blessing. The 2206 

Blighp. Brent 1469 

Blight p. HartnoU .... 89, 90, 2044 

Bliss p. Lilley 672, 722 

Blissett p. Daniel 1929 

Blithman, R^. 164 

Blockley,/fe 47 

Blood p. Robinson 1107 

Bloomenthal p. Ford 787 

Bloomfleld p. .Johnston . . 727, 728, 902 

Blount p. Harris 1733 

Blower, Re 1268 

p. Morret 912 

Bloxam p. Ellsee 724 

Blozsome p. Williams 1983 

Blue Bell, The 690 

p. Fullerton 255 

Bines, /2e 911 

Blttmberg p. Life Interests Corp . 2027 

Blumley p. Rose 2048 

Blundell p. Brettargh 497 

p. Catterall 747 

p. De Falbe 2187 

Blunt p. Hcslop 54, 1338 



Page 
Blyth'sCase ....:... 1016 
Blyth p. Birmingham W. W. Co . 1268, 

1260 

p. Granville 338 

Blything p. Warton 1388 

Boake p. Stevenson 99 

Board of Trade p. Block . 368, 808, 1662 
Boardman p. Boardman .... 444 

p. Mostyii 2154 

P.Stanley 2031,2282 

Boast p. Firth 29 

Boddington, Re 1099, 2289 

p. Clairat 1099 

Budega Co p. Owens 564 

Boden p. French 269, 1266 

p. Roscoe 468 

Bodenham p. Pritchard . 178, 624, 1812 

p. Purchase 1436 

Bodger p. Arch 1436 

Bodman, Re . . 470, 1589, 1861, 1940 

Bodurtha p. Phelon 809 

Body p. Halse 147 

Bog Lead Mining Co p. Montague 12 

Bogle, ifc 1074 

Bogue p. Houlston 205 

BoUeau p. Heath . 299, 605, 1009, 1201. 

2266 

Boissiere p. Brockner 2199 

Bolckow p. Fisher 1288 

Bold p. Rayner 668 

Bold Buccleugh, The . . . 1008, 1009 

Bolding r. Lane 24, 1434 

Bolland, j;t;i 147,1396 

, Ex p., Re Roper 2103 

BoUen p. Southall 1210 

Bolt p. Stennett 1617 

Bolton. Re 804, 790, 1682 

p. Aldin 409 

p. Bolton 109, 2226 

p. Curre 986 

p. Dugdale 1677 

p. Gladstone 1660 

p. Lambert 1845, 1968 

p. London School Bd 628, 684, 2143 

p. Natal, Ac. Co 1672 

Boman p. Maxwell 157 

Bona, The 804 

Bonaparte p. Bonaparte .... 1067 

Bond, Re 1910 

, Re, Cole p. Hawes . . 1037, 1538 

p. Bond 2240 

p. Evans 1971, 1972 

p. Pittard 1377 

p. Plumb 2148 

Bonella p. Twickenham 782, 1886, 1793 

Bonelli's Co, Re 2277 

Bones p. Booth 1890 

Bongiovanni p, La Soci^t^ G^n^rale 267, 

388,888 
Bonham's Case. Fo^rgassas' Case . 920 

Bonnardet p. Tavlor 55 

Bonne Amelie, the 1251 

Bonner, Re, Tucker p. Good . . 1810 

p. Bonner 871 

Bonnett p. Sadler 1322 

Bonnewell r. Jenkins . . . 1957, 1958 

Bonomi p. Backhouse 277 

Bonsall p. Byrne 1445 



XXX 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Bonter t;. Klnnear 1532 

Bonsor v. Bonsor 947 

Boocher v. Samford 1 10 

Booker v. Pocklington 8. & Co . . 1787 

Bookham v. Potter 1 

Boon V. Howard 590 

Boone v. Eyre 668 

Boor, /fe 963,1379 

Boord t;. African Co . . . 988,1694 

Boosey v. Gardner 1102 

1;. Purday 1888 

u. Whight 409 

Booth, /?« 528 

1?. Alington . . . 669,1023,1412 

V. Bank of England .... 210 

v. Booth 1141 

V. Coulton 1965 

1'. Dean 1882 

0. Ferrett 360 

V. Howell 971, 1282 

p. Hutchinson 1236 

U.Mayer 1401 

». Ratttf 2222 

V. Shadgett 2188 

V. Trail 472, 473 

V, Vicars . . 1082, 1274, 1280, 1451. 

1724 

Bootle 0. Blundell 1717 

t;. Lancashire Co. Co. . . . 678 

w. Scarisbiick 2287 

Boraston's Case 2044,2284 

Boreham v. Bignall . . 179, 2042, 2241 

U.Hall 1299 

Borgnis v. Edwards 637 

Borland's Trustees v. Steel . . . 1861 

Bom, Re 1686 

». Turner 95 

Borrodaile «. Hunter . . . 528,1978 

Borrow v. How land 2246 

Borrowes, /2e 1646,2145 

Borrownian u. Drayton .... 260 

Borthwick v. Walton 276 

Borton v. Dunbar 603 

Bosanquet v. Woodford .... 1862 

Bosley v. Davies 1972 

Boss v. God sail 1727 

0. HeUhara 111,630 

Bostock V. Ramsey . 817, 1028, 1620 

Boston Case 264 

Boston Deep Sea Co o. Ansell . . 1811 
Bosville ». A^. . . . 169,1536,1644 

Boswell V. Coaks 823 

Bothamley v. Sherson . . 68, 1237, 1918 
Botten V. City & Suburban Bg Socy 988 

Bottomley's Case 1642 

Bottomley, /?« 1817 

V. Fisher 1812 

Bouch V. Seyenoaks, &c, Ry . . . 478 

V. Sproule 948 

Bouchard, Ex />., Re Moojen . . 1816 

Boucher v. Boucher 867 

Boucicault v. Chatterton . . 725, 1618 

Boughton ». Gousley 582 

Bouillon V. Lupton .... 1666, 1808 

Boulding v. Tyler 1688 

Boulter v. Arnott 12 

V. Kent Jus. . 28, 80, 356, 424, 427, 

1081, 1861, 1418, 22:;5 



Page 

Boulting V. BouUing 874 

Boulton, Re 1496 

r. Bull .... 1169,1194,1661 

Boulton and Cuilingford, Re . 593, 688 
Bound V. Lawrence .... 1168, 2269 

Bonrdiilon v. Collins 1689 

Bourgogne, La 264, 325 

Bourke, Re . 188 

v.Nutt 1010 

Bourkmire v. Darnell 476 

Bourne, Re 898 

27. Netherseal Co 486 

V. Seymour .... 6, 1225, 1796 

P.Taylor 1092 

Bournemouth Commrs v. Watts . 966 

BoYill V. Hadley 2162 

Bovril, Re 696, 698 

Bawden,/?« 215,1218 

i;. Besley 1886 

— V. Laing 1141 

u. Yoxall 1093 

Bowditch r. Wakefield . . 1890, 1637 

Bowen, i?« 709 

u, Anderson 2229 

i;.Fox 664,2248 

t;. Lewis . . 806, 306, 529, 643, 869, 

861, 1011 
Bower v. Foreign & Col. Gas Co . 1684 

». Hett 2116 

r. Hodges . . . 2066,2067,2286 

— V, Jones 1266 

». Smith 1086, 1839 

Bowei^Barfif, /?e 1429 

Bowers V. Harding .... 1609.2238 

u. LoTekin 121,240 

Bowes ». CroU 2082 

0. Foster 1702 

V. Hope Socy .... 1176, 2140 

v. Law 226,1656 

r. Press 7 

17. Havensworth . . . 880. 1668 

V. Shand .... 684, 1849, 1871 

». Strathmore 1162 

Bowie, Re, Ex p. Breull 264, 1731, 1783 

Bowlby 17. Bell 826 

Bowie's Case 2005,2269 

Bowles 17. Bowles 2288 

17. Jackson 86 

v. Round 491 

Bowling and Wilby, flfl . . 379,1186 
Bowlston V. Hardy . . 795. 1300. 2216 

Bowman. /2e 1999 

17. Blyth 1866 

t7. Hyland 1699,2233 

17. Milbanke 67 

17. Taylor 1006,2286 

Bown,i?e 2067 

Bows 17. Fenwick 1326, 1488 

Bowser 17. Colby 982,2198 

Bowyer v. Percy Supper Club . . 829 

17. Woodman 292 

Boxius V. Goblet 1619 

Boyce v. Ewart 687 

17. Higgins 69 

Boycott, & 1643,1909 

Boyd,i?« .... 270.621,716,1661 

17. Bischoffsheim 99 

17. Boyd . 47 



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Page 

Boyd V. Dubois 2187 

V. London & Croydon Ry . . 1464 

V. Phillpotts 1868 

Boydell v. Drummond 1288 

17. Golightly 1238 

p. MillRr 71 

Boyerv Bancroft 984 

V, Norwich Bp 1006 

Boyes t;. Bedale 904, 1278 

p. Bluck 766 

c.Cook 806 

Boyle V. Brandon 474 

V. Foster 62 

p. MulholUnd 1042 

p. Olpherto 2109 

Boysr. Ancell . . . 1106,1106,1987 

V. Bradley . 972, 1104, 1146, 1278, 

1634 

V. Morgan 1040 

r. Pink 623 

Boyse v. Rossborough . . 881, 763, 2126 

V. Simpson 472 

Brmbant v. king 962 

Brace, Re 806 

p. Abercam Co . . 36, 1206, 2229 

Bracegirdle p. Heald 2282 

Brackenbury p. Gibbons .... 2046 

Bradburn p. Morris 2224 

Bradbury p. Hotten 204 

p. Morgan 1727 

Bradby v. Southampton .... 662 

Bradford, Re 1382 

p. Belfleld 132 

r. Dawson 188 

p. Hopwood 662 

p. Pickles 106, 201, 494. 909, 1924 

p. Symondson. . . . 1127.1763 

p. White 87, 2035 

Bradford Library Society v. Brad- 
ford Churcli wardens .... 1790 
Bradford Tramway Co, Ex p. . , 4S6 

. Re 982 

Bradlangh p Clarke . . 30, 316, 1101 

p. I)e Rin 1666 

p. Newdegate 1139 

Bradlee p. Boston Glass Manufac- 
tory ... 1024 

Bradley, /2« 1279 

p. Baylis 970,1120 

p. Dunipace 2220 

r. Gas Liglit & Coke Co . . 373 

p. Johnston 62 

p. Newcastle Pilots .... 2040 

p. Peixoto 864 

p. Westcott 2261 

Bradsbaw, Et p 2247 

p. Bradshaw 882, 616 

p. Fane 1414 

p. Huish, Rf Huish .... 1896 

p. Jackman 401, 1989 

p. Vaughton 867 

p. Widdrington 1437 

Brain p. Thomas 1874 

Bndntree p. Boyton . . . 1298, 1820 
Brail, Re, Exp. Norton . . 319, 2198 
Brampton p. Bcddoes . . . 266, 1788 
Bramston p. Colcliester .... 1911 
V. Robins 1486 



Page 
Bramwell v. Lacy . 86. 236, 237, 1263 

p. Penneck 1049, 1366 

p. Spiller 494 

Branckelow r. Lamport . 1490, 2228 

Brancker p. Molyneux 1068 

Brand p. Hammersmitli Ky . . . 974 

Brandao p. Barnett 1066 

Brandon, Ex p., Re Trench . . . 1706 

p. McHenry 669 

p. Robinson 2143 

Brandram, Re 481 

Brandt p. Lawrence 1870 

Branfill, Ex p.. Re Blackman . . 614 
Brankelow S. S. Co p. Canton Insrce 298 

Brannigan v. Murphy 1861 

V. Robinson 2270 

Branscombe p. Rowclifie .... 1497 
Brantom p. Grifflts .... 824, 1468 
Braunstein p. Accidental Insrce 126, 1266, 

1727, 1794 

p. Lewis 1826 

Bray p. Ford 1964 

Bray broke p. Inskip 1669 

Braybrooke p. A-G 649,2116 

Brazier p. Camp 882 

p. Jones 681 

Bread Supply Association, Re . . 1632 

Breadalbane. The , 1876 

Brearley p. Morley 1616 

Brecon Markets Co v. Neatli & Bre- 
con Ry 2071 

Brediman's Case 2086 

Breed, i2e 47,1142 

Breese p. Jerdein 1292 

Brenan p. Brenan .... 1216, 1696 
Brenchley p. Higgins . 764, 1622, 2129 

Brenda S. S. Co p. Green 74 

Brennan p. Brennan . . . 1216, 1696 
Brenner, Re, Ex p, Saffery . . . 1616 
Brentford & Isle worth Tramways 

Co, Re 1648 

Brereton p. Chapman 118 

p. Richardson 1616 

Brest p. Offley 1631 

Breton p. Mockett .... 382, 1287 

Brett's Case 1427 

Brett, £xp 1866 

V. Monarch Socy 162 

p. Robinson 1666 

p. Rogers . . 588, 936, 2012, 2014 

Breull, Ex /)., Re Bowie 264, 1731, 1783 

Brew p. Brew 1437 

p. Conole 1086, 2024 

Brewer, Re 281, 2274 

p. Eaton 242 

p. Sparrow 2209 

Brewers Assn p. A-G. Ontario . . 634 

Brewin p. Sliort 891 

Brewster p. Angell 1580 

p. Kidgill 2011 

p. Kitchell 2011 

p. Kitchin 2011 

Briarly p. Athorpe .... 838, 1840 

Brice p. Bannister 130 

Brickwood v. Reynolds .... 1627 

Briddon p. G. N. Ry 1664 

Bridewell Hosp p. Fawkner . . . 2139 
P.Ward 1003 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Bridge v. Abbott 1082 

r. Bridge 1202,1419 

V, Grand Junction Canal Co . 1260 

V. Howard 1200 

r. Partons .... 444. 665, 1488 

Bridger, Re 242. 592, 1296 

V. Richardson .... 1804. 2009 

V, Savage 797, 909 

Bridges v. Garrett 1435 

0. Longman 1229, 1783 

». PotU 140 

Bridgewater v. Bolton . . 517, 642, 643 

i;. Durant 2028 

Bridgewater Nav., /?« . . . 1571,1572 

Bridgland v. Shapter 1070 

Bridgman, /?« 1177.2129 

p. DoYe 789,898,1183 

Bridgnorth v. Collins 1810 

Bridport Old Brewery Co, Re 1740, 1920 

Brien v. Swainson 1958 

Brierley Hill v. Pearsall .... 785 

Brigella, The 808 

Briggv.Brigg 1101,1102 

Briggs V Boss 20, 1733 

V. Penny 1531 

0. Swanwick 1401 

V. Upton 1082 

Briggs & Spicer, Re . . . 810, 2198 

Bright V. Hutton 896 

u. Marner 1797 

Bright-Smith, /?e 700 

Brighton r. Strand 1480 

Brighton Marine Co. v. Wcodhouse 1935 
Brighton & Dyke By. i2« . . . . 1534 
Brighty t;. Norton 912, 1293, 1^33, 1664 

Brind v. Dale 348 

Brindle,£xp 946,1781 

Brinkley v. A-G 1165 

Brinsmead, /?« 1034 

Briscoe v, Briscoe .... 1685, 1686 

V, Drought 2221 

Bristol, /?« . . . 101,257,669,801,923 

V, Jones 176 

r. Westcott 750 

Bristol Aerated Bread Co v. Maggs 1958 
Bristol Athenaeum, Re . 236, 1022, 1620 
Bristol Guardians v. Bristol Corp . 1578. 

2271 
Bristol Joint Stock Bank, Re 918, 1034 
Bristol Trams v. Bristol . . 681, 1182 
Bristol W. W. Co r. Bristol . 1346, 1961 

r. Uren 86. 87, 564. 888, 1496, 1537 

Bristol & Exeter Ry v. Gartou . . 2041 

w. Somerset, &c, Ry . . . . 216 

Bristol & West of Eng. Bank v. 

Mid. Ry 1496 

Bristow w. Masefleld 1738 

British Columbia Co, /?«... . 1266 
British Electric Co ». Inl. Rev. . . 1712 
British Guardian Co. ffe . . . . 1325 
British India Steam Nav. Co v. Inl. 

Rey 469,1677 

British Inst, of Preventive Medicine 

©.Styles 2078 

British Motor Synd. ». Taylor 968, 1145, 

2149,2177 
British Museum V. Payne . . 1466,2199 
V. White 1628 



British Mutual Banking Co i^. 

Chamwood Ry 285 

British Nation Assrce, Re ... 579 
British Provident Assne, R« . . 788 
British Wire Co v. Preseot ... 1856 
British & American Corp r. Cuuper 256, 

168f» 

Britnell v. Walton 2045 

Briton Med. Assrce* Re .... 1562 

Britt V. Robinson 1666, 2035 

Britten r. G. N. Ry 1473 

Brittlebank, A« . . . 46.47,83,1349 

Britton p. Twining 860 

Broad, /?« 1626 

V. Bevan 1532 

V. Broad 1463 

Broadbent v. Rarasbottom . . . 2221 

V, Shepherd 1389 

Broadhurst v. Morris 806 

Broadmead v. Wood 2288 

Broadwater, /{c 226 

Brock r. Harrison 1989 

Brockbank v, Whitehaven Junction 

Ry 1179 

Brocklebank, Re 1208 

t*. Johnson 1141 

Brocklehurst v, Railwav Printing 

Co * . . . . 469 

Brodrick v. Brown 986 

r. Scale 809 

Broennenburgh v. Haycock . 1907, 1908 
Brogden v. Metropolitan liy . 107, 1883 
Bromage (7. Prosser . . . . 1118,1150 

Bromfield v. Crowder 907 

Bromley, Re 1242 

v, Brunton 668 

V. Cavendish Spinning Co . 2226 

P.Lloyd 381,632 

Brook, Re 136, 1738 

V. Badley 996 

p. Brook 1088 

r. Harwood 1915 

p. Manchester, S. & L. Ry . 1150 

Brooke, Exp 1784 

,Re . . 95,1079,1498,1829,2104 

, Re, Musgrave p. Brooke . . 1239 

p. Clarke 676, 791 

p. Inl. Rev 1118,1686 

p. Kavanagh .... 1910, 2218 

p. Memagh 2218 

p. Mitchell 1618 

p. Shadgate 2133 

p. Turner 924 

p. Warwick 1019 

Brookes p. Drysdale . 429, 1695, 2167 

Brooking p. Maudslay 979 

Brookman p Smith 208, 864 

Brooks p. Blanchard 1209 

p. Hamlyn 688 

p. Oriental Insrce 163 

Brooksbank p. Wentworth ... 702 
Broom p. Batchelor 12, 675, 818, 1180, 

2041 

Broome p. Gosden 881 

Broomfield p. Southern Insrce 153, 1127 

p. Williams .... 229, 395, 808 

Brophy p. Bellamy 548 

Brosman p. Roche 488 



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XXXIU 



Brotherton v. Metrop Dist Ry . . 1747 

Broagh v. Perkins 72 

V, Whitmore . . . 789, 790, 1808 

Brougluim v. Brougham . . . . 213*J 

V, Foulott 2036 

Broaghton v. Conway 2o9 

Brooghton Co t;. Kirkpatrick . . 1573 
Brown, £x p. . 466, 657, 784, 745, 1982 

, Exp,, Re Suffleld and Watts 1686 

, Exp., Re Vansittart 819, 1844, 2198 

, Re 270, 308. 306, 310, 376, 543, 1074, 

1261, 1347, 1401, 1860, 1997, 2049, 2184 

v. Alabaster . . 867, 2132, 2226 

V. Annandale 1663 

V. ArundeU 148 

V. Bamford 294 

r, Batemfui 1817 

V, Brown 444, 747, 788, 832, 1219, 

133.3, 1407 

V. Burdett 2037 

V, Bussell 245 

V, Butteriey Co 2269 

r. Carstairs ........ 1058 

V. Cocking 1714 

». Collins 2211 

V. Cooke 1456 

r. Dale 2199 

p. De Tastet 1034 

V. Foot 1016, 1824 

V. GelUUy 281 

V, Granville 228 

». G. E. Ry 1445 

17. G. W. Ry . . 684, 2069, 2148 

». Hammond 468 

I?. Hare 682 

V. Hiatt 317 

r. Hiffgs 15S0 

V. Holyhead 226 

c. Hutchinson 1727 

tf. Inl. Rey. . 469. 1016, 1164, 1822, 

1577, 1816 

V. Jaryis 651 

p. Johnson 462, 1774 

r. L. & N. W. lly 26;} 

V. Manchester. S. &L. Ry 496. 1084, 

1666 

V.Maryland 919 

V. Montreal Cur^ . . . 1688, 1830- 

V. Nicholson 209 

V. Oakshott 920 

V. Patch 1486,1488 

p. Perrott 1217 

p. Raindle 631 

p. Robinson 1528 

p. Rotherham 88 

p. Shevill 1616 

p. Smith 1275 

p. Tayleur 1509, 1510 

p. Thames & Mersey Insrce . 1825 

p. Tombs 1884 

p. Trumper 1720 

p. Wales 1492 

p. Watkins 93,1417 

p. Whiteway 1483 

p. Wilkinson 142 

p. Wood 1277 

Brown & Sibley, /2e 1743 

Browne. iZs . . . . 1180, 1152, 1564 

VOL. I. 



Browne p. Burton .... 780, 1276 

— p. Emerson 19 

p. Groombridge . 1007, 1657, 2037 

p. Hammond 1465 

p. Kenyon 606 

p. King 1877, 2239 

p. Kinsella 1882 

p. La Trinidad .... 62, 536 

p. Peto . 95, 1313, 1314. 1316, 1712 

p. Pickering 1332 

p. Rainsford 2000 

p. Vigne 718 

p. Warner 1214, 2110 

Browning o, Gt. Central Mining 

Co 358 

Brownscombe p. Johnson .... 1439 
Brownsword p. Edwards .... 1349 
Bruce v. Ailesbury .... 998, 1842 

p. Curzon-Howe 933 

V. Helliwell 770 

p. Jones 1503 

p. Nicolopulo .... 587, 1260 

Brudenell p. Elwes 305 

Bruflf V. Cobbold 1326 

Brumfit p. Morton 610 

Brumfltt p. Bremner . . . 1852, 1886 

p. Roberts 707 

Brundrett, J5:z p 162 

Brunei, The 231 

Brunner p. Webster 1746 

Brunsden p. Humphrey . 276, 278, 942 

Brunskill v. Atkinson 1161 

P.Powell 276 

p. Watson 824 

Brunt p. Mid. Ry 1886 

p. Spencer 1768 

Brunton v. Electrical Co . . 736, 1230 

P.Hall .... 261,1069,2224 

Brutton p. Branson 1938 

Bryan p. Arthur 781 

p. White 146 

Bryant, Re 1141, 2128 

p. Busk 967 

p. Easterson 702 

p. Foot 1212 

p. Hancock 181, 184, 540,2118, 2248 

p. Herbert 760, 2072 

p. Jjcfever 595 

p. Heading .... 428, 714, 1026 

Bryant & May, /?0 654,641 

p. London Assrce . . . 1889, 1944 

Bryce,.ft« 1881 

Rryden p. Willett .... 1014, 1074 

Brydges p. Dix 1291, 1885 

p. Stephens 2124 

p. Wotton 741 

Brydone, /?6 2259 

Brynmawr Coal Co, Re .... 362 

Bryon, Re 303 

Bryson p. Russell .... 1629, 2061 

Bubb p. Padwick 37 

p. Yelverton .... 797,2218 

Buccleuch, /2« 2024 

p. Metrop Bd of Works . . 976 

Buchanan p. Faber 637, 887 

p. Harrison 1470, 1683 

p. Poppleton 1068 

Buchannan p. Hardy 259 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Buck, Re .... 290, 656, 066. 1602 

V. Nurton 109 

V. Robson 1916 

Buckell V. Blenkhorn 2278 

V. King 39 

Buckeridge v, Ingram 1469 

Buckhurst, The 962,2123 

Buckhurst Peerage Case .... 1865 
Buckingham v. Sellick .... 1014 

V. Surrey & Hants Canal Co . 1665 

Buckinghamshire and Hertford- 
shire Co. Co., Re 41, 51 

Buckland v. Buckland 1844 

w. Papillon 2157 

Buckle, Re 485 

r. Fredericks . . . 832,979,1749 

V. Knoop 497 

Buckler 0. Wilson .... 1456,1586 

Buckley, jEjcd 905 

». Buckley .... 305,786,927 

». Crawford 1437 

V. Hann 263 

V, Hanson 1996 

1;. Hull Dock Co 657 

V. Life Boat Inst, Re DuTid . 996 

Buckmaster v. Buckmaster . 514, 2145 

V. Reynolds 397 

Buckmyr v. Darnall 475 

Bucknill v. Morris, Re Morris . . 1789 

Buckrose Case 826 

Buck well t;. Norman 471 

Budd V. Fairmanner 1907 

». Lucas .... 108,2080,2149 

V. Marshall . 171, 588, 1378, 1651, 

2012, 2014 

Budenberg v. Roberts 917 

Budgett V. Binuington . . . 505, 1053 

Bulkeley v. Scepliens 560 

Bull t^. Comberbach 862 

». Pritchard 2234 

V. Ventnor Harbour Co . . 881 

BuUard v. Harrison .... 1821, 2225 

Bullen t;. Ansley 1089 

v. Denning .... 657, 788, 2006 

Buller, Re 468, 1216, 1524 

Bulley V. Bulley 1685 

Bulli Coal Mining Co v. Osborne . 2118 
BoUiirant v. AG. Victoria ... 649 

Bullmore, Re 008, 2240 

Bullock, Rb 643, 926 

, Re, Good 17. Lickorish . . 101, 183 

r. Dodds 815, 823, 2091 

V. Donimitt 1038, 1720 

u. Downes 1277, 2044 

Bulman v. Fenwick .... 1345, 1953 

Buhner, The 616 

V. Gilman 1891 

V. Hunter 2170 

Bult t7. Morrell 1153 

Bunbury v. Fuller 2062 

Bunker v. Mid. Ry 372 

Bunn 0. Harrison 1038 

Bunting V. Sargent 2196 

Burbey ». Burbey 379, 428 

Burbidge r. Burbidge 1109 

Burdr. Burd 3(59 

Burdekin, Re 1783 

Burdett, i?<; .... 926,2196,2197 



Burdick27 Garrick 278 

Burdon v. Burdon 367 

Burge f. Ashley 1897 

Burger v. Indemnity, &c, Assrce . 936, 

2064 

Burges V.Lamb 2218 

r. Wickham 1809 

Burgess, /?e 368,1200 

u.Boetefeur . 27,406,756,1883 

V. Burgess 2082 

V, Clark 72, 166, 990 

V. Clements 848 

D.Morris 259.2248 

». Northwich 666 

V. Richardsoji 1441 

— I'. Robinson 117, 1761 

r. Wheate 864,2160 

Burgh V. Legge 1280 

Burgoyne, Re 698 

Burke v. Gore 267 

V, Lechmerc .... 1868. 1961 

Burkill t;. Thomas 340, 300 

Burkinshaw v. Birmingham & Ox- 
ford June. Ry 2005 

», Nicolls 867 

Burkmire v. Darnel or Djimell . . 475 
Burland t;. Broxbunie Co . 851, 554, 698 

Burleton v. Humfrey 375 

Burley v. Saint 700 

Burlinson, Re 1705, 2138 

1;. Hall 8 

Bum V. Morris 2209 

Bumaby v. Baillie 169 

i;. Earle 521 

Burnett v. Berry 437, 1439 

V. G. N. of Scotland Ry . 67, 1425 

Bumie v. Getting .... 788. 1210 

Bums V. Brown 662 

V. Collum 1274 

r. Walford 671.1204 

Burr, iZe 107,248 

Burrell o. Jones 124 

V. Simpson 840 

Burroughes and Lynn, Re ... 1689 

Burrowes, Re 1345, 1546 

Burrows, Re . . 208, 1014, 1111, 2241 

V. Foster 184 

V, Holley 403, 1028 

V, Rhodes 306 

Burrup v. Lond. & S. W. Ry . . 807 

Burry Port Hy, Re 432 

Bursledon v. Clarke 1316 

Burslem v. Attenborough .... 2047 
Burslem & Staffordshire Co. Co., Re 1 187 

Burstiai p. Baptist 2067 

1% Beyfus 778 

V, Fearon 1417 

Burt V. Gray 2, 1071 

V. Haslett 1200,2258 

». Hellyar 604 

Burton, Re 1142 

». Barclay . . . 1754,1094,2002 

V.Brooks 1866 

P.English 1190 

V. Eyden 1877 

». Gery 1682 

V. Reevell 1070 

V. St. Giles ...... 650, 1460 



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Page 

Burton v. White 648 

Barton-OD-Trent v. Egginton 88, 181 
Barr r. Lancashire & Yorkshire 
Ry 218 

— V. Thompson 522 

Bury St. Edmunds r. W. Suffolk 

Co. Co. 1912 

Busby 9. Chesterfield W. W. Co . 664 

Busfield, Re 2277 

Bash, Re 647,1884 

p. Calls 667 

u. Cole 667 

0. Freeman 1641 

V. Gower 136 

p. Kinnear 2030 

p. Trowbridge Water Co 076,1046, 

2006 

Bushell V. Burland 2104 

Busk V. Royal Ex. Assrce ... 721 

Butcher V. Butcher 61 

p. Lend. & S. W. Ry ... 1180 

». Nash 1689 

». Stead 819.1434 

V. Steuart 681,858 

Bute V. Cunynghame .... 332, ^33 

». Grindall 1309 

». Thompson 2286 

Butler, i:x» 1833 

, Re 1471 

V. Ablewhite 689 

p. Borton 2057 

V, Bray 669 

p. Butler . . 836, 1063, 1469, 1658 

p. Greenwood 984 

p. ^ountgarret 1107 

r. Swinnerton 82 

p. Wearing 1676 

p. Wildman 1019 

BttUer and Baker's Case . . . 868, 912 

Butt p. Newman 1327 

p. Thomas 1511 

Butterfleld p. Forrester .... 1200 

p. Heath 1621 

Butterly p. Carroll 2021 

Butterworth p. Robinson .... 204 

Buttery p. Robinson 1956 

Button P. O'Neill 1784 

p. Tottenliam 1848 

Buxton p. Buxton 399 

— ^ p. Jones 978 

— p. Mingay 965 

Byas p. Miller 1764,2009 

Byerley p. PreYOst 1676 

Byne p. Currey 871 

Byng. /26 1845.1843 

p. Byng 806,866 

Byrd,i2« 1880,1881 

p. Nunn 1499 

Byrne p. Brown 1638 

p. HUl 1427 

p. Muzio 768 

p. Pattinson 715 

r. Ring 1808 

Byrom p. Brandreth . 1215. 1216, 1613 
Byron, /Ze .... 267,416,806,1843 

Bythesea p. Bythesea 1074 

By water, /20 90 

p. Richardson 2214 



C. 

Caballbro p. Henty .... 667, 953 

Cable p. Cable 2044 

p. Marks 205 

Cachapool, The 1661 

Caddick p. Highton 1283 

Cadell P. Bewley 1621 

p. Wilcocks 1755 

Cadett p. Earle 746, 788 

Cadge, /2e 2232 

Cadman p. Cadman 1470 

Cadogan, /26 . . 1216,1216,1492,1513 

p. Essex 1727 

p. Lyric Theatre . . . 1677, 1712 

Caerleon Tmplate Co p. Hughes . 1959 

Cafe p. Bent 1715 

Caflfarini p. Walker . . 76,488,1274 
Caffin p. Aldridge . 260, 524, 1094, 1509, 

1870 
Cahill p. L. & N. W. Ry .... 1472 

Cahn p. Pocketo Co 34, 876 

Caiger p. St. Mary Islington 288,894,953, 

1388, 1389 

Cain p. Moon 668 

Caine, i?6 1111 

p. HorsfaU 106,1206 

Caird p. Sime 1618 

Caithness, Re 1233 

Calcott and Elvin 408 

Calcutta p. De Mattos 106 

Calcutta Jute Co p. Nicholson . . 1737 

Caldecott p. Harrison 429 

Caldow p. PixeU 1858 

Caldwell p. McLaren 1947 

Caledonian Ry p. G. N. Ry . . . 1773 

p. Greenock, Ac, Ry . . . 2153 

P.N.B.RV 656 

p. Ogilyy." 456,976 

p. Turcan . 448, 1170. 1411, 1766 

p. Walker 975 

Caley p. Kingston 1088 

Callan p. Armstrong 910 

Calliope, The 2232 

Callow p. Callow 1818 

Caloric Co, i2e 2203 

Calvert, Re 1829 

p. Thomas 926. 1148 

CaWin's Case 65, 506, 1100 

Calye'sCase . . . 299,821,824,843 
Cambefort p. Chapman .... 1025 

Camberwell p. Ellis 75 

Camberwell & S. Lond. Bg Soc p. 

HoUoway 1072 

Cambrian Ry, /fe 872 

Cambridge p. Anderton .... 1916 

p. Edmonton 1736 

p. Parr 1774 

p. Rous 1742 

Cambridge University p. Bryer . 2199 
Camelo p. Britten .... 672, 1190 

Cameron, Re 223 

p. Nystrom 349 

p. Tyler 1240 

p. Wiggins 2080 

Cameron and Wells, /2e . . . . 1621 

Camfleld v. Gilbert 525, 604 

Caminada p. Hulton . . . 183, 347, 1128 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Camoys ». BeBt 1369 

». Blundell 1*211 

Caiupanliia, &c t;. Brauer . . . 1226 

CampanU, The 1211 

Campbell. Re 8»5, 1209 

p. AUgood 2218 

t?.Bou8kell 63,1203 

1'. Chambers 66 

p.Hadley 844 

u. Leach 1711 

». Lloyd's Bank 829 

r. McGrain 604 

V. Prescolt ... 603, 1042, 1248 

r. Strange ways 462 

». The Queen . . . 63,708,1208 

p. Wardlaw 1206, 1341 

Campden Charities, Re ... 664, 767 

Canada, The 2261 

Canada Freehold Estate & Timber 

Co, Re 1212 

Canada Shipping Co. v. British 

Shipowners' Assoc .... 920, 921 
Canada Sugar Co v. The Queen . 917 
Canadian Pacific Uy v. Parke . . 668 

Candy v. Campbell 630 

Cane,/Je . . . . • 468 

V, Golding 1912 

Canham w. Fish 1063 

Cann, /2e,JE:x;>. Hunt . . . 1296,2103 

Cannan o. Abingdon 829 

V.Hartley 1996 

V. Meaburn 2174 

V. Wood I486 

Canning v. Raper 494 

P.Wood 1436 

Cannock v. Jones 176 

Cannon v. VUhirs . . . 676, 968, 2226 
Cannon Brewery Co v. Gilby . . 1626 

P.Nash 2284 

Canterbury v. The Queen ... 16 
Canterbury, Archbp, p. KoberUon 42 
Canterbury Gds. p. Canterbury 

Corp 1606 

Canwell P. Hanson 1387 

Cape p. Scott 2187 

Capell p. Aston 2047 

Capital & Counties Bk o. Bank of 

Eng 282 

Caplin,i2« 778 

Capper p. Forster .... 1080,1863 

—.P.Wallace 1248.1778 

Capron v. Capron 660, 676 

Caproni p. Alberti 1803 

Carali p. Xenos 680,2090 

Carbery r. Preston 298 

Cardiff Savings Bk, fie 662, 1168, 1268. 

2107 
Cardigan p. Curzon Howe . . . 948 

p. Montague 207 

Carew,/& 1078 

p. Carew 668 

Carey p. Carey 1346, 1349 

Cargill P. Cargill 616 

Cargo 6x Argos, The 166 

Cargo ex Laertes, The . . 493. 1809 
Carington p. Wycombe Ry 230, 23 1 , 1 123, 

1986, 2076 
Carisbrook, The 1776 



Carl XV, The . . 1481,1633,2186 

Carlill p. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co 378, 

664, 790, 1766 

Carlotta, The 889 

Carlton S.S. Co p. Casile Co 76, 1664, 1968 

Carlyon p. Levering 2222 

p. Truscott 1966 

Carmichael p. Livtrpool Sailing 

Ship Association .... 920, 1246 

Carnarvon p. Yillebois 602 

Came,2?€ 1312,2024 

Carnegie p. Conner ... 260, 466, 1226 

Carney p. Plimmer 798 

Carpenter p. Bott 1993 

-v, Deen .... 491, 1007, 1917 

p. Hamilton 2248 

p. Mason .... 1626, 2244, 2247 

P.Parker 239 

P.Smith 1616 

Cm, Exp 1899 

p. Bedford 1042 

p. Benson 1093, 2266 

p. Carr 477 

p. Dougherty 686 

p. Foster 1002 

p. Fowle 1868, 1662 

p. Griffith, /?« Griffith . 1602,2084 

P.Lambert 1088 

p. Living 1141 

p. Lynch 2287 

V. Metropolitan Board of 

Works 998 

p. Mostyn 289 

p. Royal Ex. Assrce .... 1114 

p.Stnnger ,.2188 

Carrard p. Meek 2108 

Carrier p. Price 1623 

Carrington p. Bannister . . : . 2121 
Carritt p. Godson .... 104, 1412 

Carroll p. Cooke 612,2036 

p. Hargrave 293 

Carron Co p. Maclaren .... 1734 
Carron Park, The . 688,802. 1246, 1260 
Carruthers p. Sydebotham . . . 1944 

Carshore p. N. E. Ry 966 

Carson p. Pickersgill 668 

Carter, /2« 1288 

p. Andrews 1094 

p. Bentall 863,1011 

p. Boehm 861 

p. Carter 649, 686, 630 

p. Clarke 1493 

p. Crick 167 

p. Drysdale 492, 1290 

p. Ducie 608 

p. Rigby 2041 

p. Silber 1664 

p. Thomas 203 

Carter and Kenderdine, i2e . 319,2198 

Carthew, Re 179B, 1910 

Cartwright. /?« 1041,2219 

p. Forman 2266 

p. Regan 1671 

p. Sculcoates 88 

p. Vawdry 803 

Cams- Wilson and Greene, Re , , 112 

Caruth, Re 1361 

Carver p. Burgess 1997 



TABLE OF CASES. 



XXXVll 



Carver v, Richards 871 

Gary v. Gary 1581 

V. KingBton 1088 

V. Stephenson 276, 278 

Casbome v, Scarfe 744 

Case V. Storey . . 848, 846. 1408, 1961 

Casey, /20 61,131,634,003 

V. Amott 61 

r. Ulor 1682 

r. Rose 2076 

Casgrain v. Atlantic & N. W. Ry . 06 
Gasher V. Holmes .... 1103,1364 
Gathill V. Wright .... 840, 2221 

Cass 0. Butler 2121 

Cassidy v, O'Loghlen 1561 

Gassin v, Shortali 472 

Gasson r. RoberU 1106 

Casswell V. Cook ..... 1640,1028 

Gastel V. Trechman 1247 

Castelli v. Groome .... 1177, 1170 

Gastioni, Exp 1604 

Gasde v. GasUe 1141 

V. Fox 862 

V, PUyford 1764 

V. Sworder 12 

Castle Bytham, i::x D. . 257,1841,1848, 

1968 
Castlegate S. S. Co v, Dempsey . 460 
Gastleman v. Hicks .... 1384, 1443 

Castling v. Aabert 474 

Caswell I'. Cook 2070 

V. Worcestersliire Justices . 1601 

Gate V. Devon & Exeter Newspaper 

Co 204 

Gaterham Hy, Re 2128 

Gates V. South 1342 

Catesby's Case 1228, 2112 

Gatford, Re 1097 

Cathay. The 285 

Cathcart, Br p.. Re Stuart ... 688 
Catherine Chalmers, The .... 1060 

Catling, Re 40, 2272 

p. King 1680 

Catlow r. Catlow 1G86 

Catt. Rb 1289 

p. Tourle 660 

Gattel p. Ireson 438 

Cattle V. Thorpe 653 

Catton p. Bennett 066, 967 

p. Mackenzie 2288 

Caucasian Trading Corp, Ex p., 

ReB 316 

Caudrey's Case .... 872,873,876 

Gaadwell v. Hanson 1387 

Gaughey p. Gordon 1647 

Gaunter p. Addams 1883 

Cavan p. Pulteney 480 

Cavanagh p. Morrison 2082 

Gave p. Cairo 784 

p. Grew 76 

p. Harris 100, 1063 

p. Hastings 116 

p. Mackenzie 2104 

Cavendish p. Cavendish 1228, 1661, 2172 

Gavey p. Lidbetter 1299 

Cavill p. Amos 1498 

Cawdry p. Higliley .... 730, 1708 
Gawley, f^xp 678 



Page 

Gawley &Co,Re 678 

Cawse p. Nottingham Lunatic Asy- 
lum 890 

Caygill p. Thwaite 726 

Cecil's Case 1295 

Cecil p. Langdon 395 

Cederberg p. Borries . . . .69,1871 

Cefn Cilcen Go, /2e 1113 

CelluUr Clothing Co p. Maxton 609 

Central Bank v. Hawkins . . . 613 
Central De Kaap Co . . . 1448, 2288 
Central Wales Ky p. G. W. Ry 757, 1647, 

2058 

p. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . 1081, 2058 

Cesena Sulphur Co v. Nicholson . 1737 

Chadburn p. Moore 1667 

Ghadwick p. Clarke 2117 

p. Doleman 2288 

p. Dublm Steam Packet Co . 328 

p. Marsden 2220 

Chaffers, /?0 26 

Chaine p. Nelson 101 

Challender p. Royle . . . 1083,2051 
Challinor, Ex p., Re Rogers . 2102, 2103 

Chalmers, Exp 1942 

p. Chalmers 1844 

p. North . • 65, 1279 

p. Scopenich 1867 

Chaloner p. Bolckow 1917 

p. Lansdown 1608 

Chamber Colliery Co p. Hop wood 1768, 

1907 

p. Rochdale Canal Co . . 360, 457, 

2257 

Chamberlain, Ex p 1616 

P.King 1628 

p. Lee 1218 

p. Masterson 199 

p. Young 1352 

Chamberlain Go r. Bradford . . 1599 

p. Smith 2082 

Chamberlaine p. Chester, &c, Ry . 1247 
Cbamberlayn p. Chamberlayn . . 861 
Chamberlayne v. Brockett . . 610, 636 

p. Chamberlayne 1075 

P.Collins .... 800,784,1132 

p. Dummer 2218 

Chambers p. Robinson ..... 1691 

p. Smith 1287 

p. Taylor 708, 860 

p. Wliitehaven Gommrs . 623, 033 

Champ p. Stokes 190 

Champion, Re 1812 

Champneys p. Arrowsmith ... 177 

p. Burland 497 

Chancellor, /?« 1528,1573 

Chandler p. Blogg . . 836,1246,1868 

P.Bradley 187,188 

p. Pocock 1053, 1238 

p. Smith 636 

Chandos p. Inl. Rev 2065 

p. Tftlbot 2056 

Chanel p. Robotham .... 209, 824 

Ghannon v. Patch 2056 

Chant, Re 2187 

Chanter p. Dickenson 826 

P.Hopkins 2214 

Chaplin, £x p. 882,1818 



XXXVIU 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Chaplin v. Clarke 654 

v. Levy 764 

V. Rogers 81*2 

V. Southgate . . 1008, 1645, 1640 

Chapman's Case 6«5, 897 

Chapman, Ex p., Re Davey . . . 1310 

, Re 1043, 1091, 1277. 1761, 1861, 2037, 

2088 

1'. Beecham 1276, 1276 

V. Biggs 473 

U.Bradley 1902 

V. Chapman 648 

V. Corpe 674 

V. Dalton 1849 

r. Fylde 1090 

u. G. W.Ry 2067 

». Gwyther 2214 

V. Hart 1332 

V. Hayman 1687, 1940 

V. Lamphire 261 

V. Milvain 1858 

V. Peate 669 

V, Reynolds 1613 

V. Robinson 188 

V. Royal Bank of Scotland . 893 

V. Royal Netherlands Co . . 91 

Chapman to Hobbs 1220 

Chappell w. North .... 1661,1986 

r. Punlav 68,409 

». St. Botolph .... 669,1314 

Chappie, Re, Newton u. Chapman . 1670 

Chard v, Jervis 1182 

Charge v. Goodyer 1810 

Charing Cross Bank, Ex p.. Re 

Parker 2103.2104 

Charing Cross Bridge Co v. Mitchell 2070 

Charinton v. Johnson 1834 

Charles v, Blackwell 670 

V. Burke 806 

V. Jones 416 

r. Plymouth Works .... 651 

Charleswortli v. Mills . 83, 186, 193, 499. 

10U6, 2088 

Charlotte, The 2074 

Charlton. £xp 976 

r. AG 1638,2116 

r. Charlton 646,1685 

V. Gibson 226 

V, Rolleston 2006 

V. Morris 1736 

Charroan, Exp 471 

o. S. E. Ry 1816 

Cliamock v. Court 186 

r. Merchant 69 

Charrington, Exp., Re Dickinson . 290, 

1814, 1816 

Charter v. Charter 2041 

V. Greame 1862 

Chartered Bank of India v. Mac- 

fayden 212 

V, Netherlands Steam Nav. Co 836, 

1069 

V. Wilson 691 

Charterhouse v. Gayler .... 691 

V. Lamarque 297 

Chasca. The 1069 

Chase v. Westmore 741 

Chasemore v. Richards . 494, 976, 2223 



Chasteauneuf v. Capyron . . 1097, 1862, 

2090 

Chaston, 7?e 1370 

CImtfield f. Cox 1699 

V. Ruston . . 322, 486, 1378, 2016 

V. Sedgwick 660 

Chatham v. Rochester Commis- 
sioners 868 

Chatterton v. Cave 96, 1411 

». Watney 472 

Chattock V. Bellamy . . . 348,2232 

P.Shaw 1969 

Chaundy, Re 161 

Chauutler v. Robinson . . . 1387, 1390 
Chaurand v. Angerstein .... 1316 
Chawner, /^e . . . 187,378,637,1061 

1;. Cummings . . 121,1488,2029 

Chaytor, Re 913, 964, 1841 

Cheape v. Kinmont 178 

Cheavin v. Walker 1428 

Cheese v. Lovejoy .... 619, 1766 

V, Scales 2130 

Cheeseborough, Re 819 

Cheeseman, fo 1910,2118 

Cheesman v. Hardham . . 1088, 1860 

Cheetham v. Butler 171 

Chelmsford School, Re 767 

Chelsea v. King 1991 

Chelsea W. W. Co v. Bowley 696, 871, 
1064, 1056, 1364, 2029 

Chenie's Case 1295 

Chennell,/?e . 416,791,943,1661,1912 

Cherry v Endean 781 

r. Ileming 1880 

Chesnutt v. Chesnutt 444 

Chester v. Chester .... 610, 1623 

». Powell 1039 

Chester Mill Case 248 

Chesterfield, /26 447,1748 

V. Janssen 1604,1622 

Chesterfield Brewery Co i\ Inl. 

Rev 404,684 

Cheston r. Gibbs 661 

Chetham v. Hoare .... 361, 1669 

V. Williamson 1093 

Chetwynd v. Allen 1191 

Chew V. Holroyd 870 

Chibnall f. Paul 1300,1600 

Chicago Ry v. Inl. Rev. . . 1016, 1165 
Chicago & N. W. Granaries Co, Re 1688, 

1890 

Chichester p. Hill 1744 

— V. Quatrefajas 1766 

Chick V, Blaukmore 206 

V. Smith 462 

Chieftain, The 1099 

Chilcot V. Bromley 1882 

Chilcott, i?« 1766 

Child V. Douglas 226, 226 

p. Hearu 272 

Childe V. Towers 53 

Childers v. Childers 861 

Childsp. Cox 1866 

Chillis p. Cox 1366 

Chilton r. London .... 9Y0, 1899 

p. London & Croydon Ry . . 1445 

p. Progress Co 1108 

China S.S.Co,Re 1885 



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XXXIX 



Page 
Chinery, Exp, ..... 716,1027 

, Re 1860 

Chinnery, Rb 896 

V, Evans 24, 1437, 1661 

Chinnock v. Ely 1968 

Chippendale P. Holt 1431 

Cbipperfield v. Carter . . . 107, 1967 

Chlsholm V. Doulton 1201 

Chitty r. Bray 220 

Cholditch 0. Jones 240, 309 

Cholmondeley v. Cholroondeley . 1681 
Chomeley School v. Sewell ... 1071 

Chope V, Reynolds 1670 

Chorley's Case 848 

Chorley v. LoTeband 629 

Choriton. Be 1916 

V. Kessler 1079 

r. Lings .... 709,1079,1161 

Chorlton-upon-Medlock v. Walker . 1388 
Christ Cliarch, East Greenwich, 

Re 699,1687 

Christ Church Enclosure Act, Re . 1889 

Christ's Hospital, Re 872, 686. 680, 699, 

601, 002, 830 

r. Charity Commrs . . . 769, 830 

p. Harrild 1407 

Christian v. Devereuz 1077 

Christie, Re 79, 660, 1662. 

p. Christie 1797 

p. Cooper 979 

p. Davey 1800 

V. Gosling 1890 

V. Inland Bevenue .... 404 

— c. Ovington 166 

p. Richardson 911 

Christmas, Re 961, 990 

Christopherson p. Naylor 1861, 1800, 1906 

Chadleigh's Case 1461,2160 

Chudley, iBs 2107 

p. Chudley 610 

Church p. Brown 128, 846, 1680, 2166, 
2166, 2167, 2168 
p. Imperial Gas Light and 

Coke Co 1867 

c. Inclosure Commissioners . 1202. 

1203 

p. London School Bd . . . 2006 

p. Maxsted 666 

p. Sage 192,1096,1817 

Churcher p. Martin . . . . 2194,2196 

Churchill, Re 36 

p. Churchill 1890 

p. CoUer 366 

p. Dibben 044 

p. Pemberton 1800 

Churchward p Churchward . . 380 

p. Ford 1069 

Chnrton p. Douglas 722, 827 

Cigala, iRs 1680 

Cirenoenster Case 1911 

Citizens' Insroe p. Parsons . . . 816 
City Lands Corporation, Re , . . 426 

City of Agra 60,2181 

City of Lhicoln 377 

City of London, The 2123 

City of Ix>ndon Brewery p. Inl. Rer. 1964 
City of London Case .*.... 119 
City of Mecca W.)9 



Page 
City & S. London Ry p. London Co. 

Co 1264, 1260, 1728 

Civil Service Mus. Instrument Assn 

p. Whltenuiii 1930 

Ciril, &c Outfitters, Lim., Re . . 764 

CUck V. HoUaud 1073 

P.Wood .... 1073,1968.2006 

Clacton P. Young 108, 782 

Clagett, Re, Furdham p. Clagett . 1440 

Clapham p. Langton 1809 

p. Olirer 1867,2072 

p St. Pancras 104 

Clarendon r. St. James, Westmin- 
ster 1800 

Clark, i?« . . . 470,1874,1821,1997 

, Re, Husband p. Martin . . 1606 

p. Bishop 674 

p. Calvert 1363 

V. Cogge 2*226 

t% Denton 2148,2212 

p. Gaskarth 1303, 1569 

p. Glasgow Assrce .... 1720 

p. Jetton 88 

p. Leach 184, 687 

p. Molyneuz . . 1148, 1160, 1669 

p. Newsam 1076 

p. Powell 222 

P.Reg 768,1484 

p. St. Pancras 227 

p. Stanford 1498 

p. United States 2281 

Clarke's Case 1010 

Clarke, ^arp 941 

, Re . . 69, 941, 1209, 1881, 1910 

, Re, Coombe p. Carter . . . 2170 

p.Adie 1899 

p. Blake 1111 

V. Bradlaugh 340, 402 

V. Butler 1788 

P.Clarke 684 

p. Colls 2136,2137 

V. Hague 63, 1039. 1488 

V. Hart 4 

p. Hayne, Re Beach .... 1279 

p. Hoggins 2210 

p. Law 1417 

p. London & County Bank 461, 740, 

1430 

p. Manchester, S. & L. Ry . 1382 

p. MUwall Dock Co ... . 499 

p. Parker 876 

p. Samson 886 

p. St. Mary, Bury St. Ed- 
munds 1814 

p. Thornton 267, 670 

p. Watkins 204,266 

V. Yorke 277 

Clarkson p. Musgrave 1290 

p. Robinson 1670 

Clavering p. Clarering 1341 

p. EUison 000,760 

Clay,i2e 064,1364 

p. Coles 1076 

p. Crofto 064 

— - p. Pennington 1014 

p. Yates 826 

Clayden, i2e 686 

Claydon p. Green .... 041,1607 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Pago 
Clayton's Case .... 106, 780, 1437 

Clayton, Re 1910 

V. Burtenshaw 486 

V. Corby 1276 

u. Gosling S86.2178 

V. Gregson 1088 

V. Smith 2012 

Cleary v. Booth 639 

Cleaver, Re 926 

V. Bacon 239, 1820 

V. Mutual Reserve Assn . . 1611 

Cleckheaton u. Firth 1066 

Clee,i?< 1691 

Cleer v. Peacock 770 

Clegg V. Hands 1022 

W.Rowland 2266 

Cleland, flte .... 826,1349,1868 

Clement, /?« 37,2081 

u. Lewis 1869 

Clementi v. Golding 1864 

Clementf, /?e 434,948 

V. Flight 520 

p. Smith 787 

Clemow, i?e 2036,2037 

Clemson v. Hubbard 560 

Cleopatra, The 510 

Cierp^y Orpftan Corp. Re . 49, 620, 2200 
Clerical, Medical and General Life 

Assrce v. Carter .... 1578, 2286 
Cleveland, Re 1 17, 447, 024, 1376, 1380 

v. Meyrick . . . 1202, 1204, 1686 

Cleveland W. W. Co r. Redcar . 2224 

Clew,/28 1317,1849 

Cleworth v. Leigh Justices . 1050, 2078 

Clifden, /?e 1182,1487 

Cliflf, Re 2277 

Clifford t;. Arundell 1362 

V. Hoare 918, 1420 

V. Holt 228 

r. Inl.Rev 1071,1456 

V, Koe 806 

V. Watts 918, 2266 

Clift V. Schwabe .... 344, 707, 1978 

Clifton V. Goodbun 808 

— '- V. Lombe 1581 

V. Ridsdale 1358, 2184 

Clifton Coll. V. Thompson . . 178, 591 
Climpson v. Coles 133, 192, 1095, 1760, 

1817 

Clink w. Hickie ^34 

y. Radford .... 282,466,504 

Clinton, Re 629, 680, 2178 

W.Clinton 947 

u. Hatchard. ...'... 214 

Clitheroe, /2< 182 

Clonk t'. Hammond, Re Tavlor 429, 1264 
Clonmel Traders v. VVaterford, &c, 

Ry 528,1148 

Close, Ex p., Re Hall . . 192, 198, 2088 

Clothier u. Webster 663 

Cloves u. Awdry 806 

Clow V. Harper 19, 20 

Clowdsley v. Pelham 1582 

Clowes, Re 1238 

V. Hilliard 203 

ClufiEr. Cluff 996 

Clutterbuck v. Taylor 590 

Glutton V. Attenborough . 712, 888, 1015 



P»ge 

Clydach, The 1241 

Clyde Cycle Co. i«. Hargreaves . 1249 
Clyde Navigation v. Laird 81, 1765, 1860 

Clymene, The 1424 

Coal Economizing Gas Co, Re . . 1577 
Coard v. Holderness 160, 525, 644, 645, 

1512, 1548 
Coates, J^xp., /?eSkelton ... 758 

V. The Queen 723 

Coates to Parsons 889 

Coats v. Jnl. Rev. 404,656,658, 1781,1828 
Coats worth v. Johnson . . . 1070, 2197 

Cobb V. Cobb 1666 

r. G, W. Ry 348 

V. Stokes 2284 

Cobbett V. Slowman 437 

V. Woodward 205 

Cobden v. Bagwell 2045 

Cobom r. Palace Tlieatre ... 88 
Coburg Hotel v. London Co. Co. 226, 227 

Coburn v. Colledge 277 

V. Collins 136 

Cochran v. Retberg 468 

Cochrane v. Duiidonald . . 15:iO, 1532 

V. Entwisle 926 

V, Green 1876 

V. Moore 811, 1296 

rock. Re, Ex p. Rosevear Co . . 682 

, Re, Ex p. Shllson . 488, 993, 1339 

W.Gent 1114 

Cockaine r. Hopkins 1774 

Cockayne w. Harrison 382 

Cockburn w. Alexander 1080, 1189, 1363 

V. Edwards 1437 

Cocker's Case 1295 

Cocker v. Musgrove . . . 1089, 2008 
Cockerell w. Aucompte .... 1225 
V. Essex, Re Johnston . 1396, 1495, 

1897, 1968 

Cockey V. Atkinson 1509 

Cocking w. Eraser .... 1916,2073 

Cockrane v. Fisher 1780 

Cockrell w. Cockrell 566 

Cocks, Ex p.. Re Poole .... 1083 

w. Chandler 1356 

V. Macclefleld 497 

w. Manners 1704 

V. Mayner 879, 1498 

w. Purday 725,1888 

Coddington w. Jacksonville Ry . . 826 

Coe, Re 1751 

Coggs w. Bernard 159, 886 

Coghlan, Re 585 

Cogswell w. Armstrong .... 1742 

Cohen w. Foster 2072 

W.Hale 478 

w. Kittell 798 

w. Slade 566 

w. S. E. Ry 1667 

w. Tanner 818,2053 

Colac w. Summerfleld 1798 

Colam w. Hall 1490 

w. Pagett 566 

Colbeck w. Ashfleld 2093 

Colberg, i?« 2017 

Colbourn w. Dawson 1679 

Colbran w. Barnes .... 228. 2049 
Colby f. Hunter 034,2214 



TABLE OF CASES. 



xli 



Colchester v, Kewnej .... 889, 800 
Colchester Grammar School, Re . 636 
Colchester & Co v. Gloucester- 
shire Co. Co 680 

Colclough, He 188 

Cole's Case 667 

Cole, Re 322 

, Re, Ex p, VLution .... 1616 

'— V. Accidental Insrce .... 1601 

V. Coulton 1486 

V. Davis 1822 

r. Eley 1290 

p. Fitzgerald 898 

tf. Goble 864 

V, Greene . . . 1727, 1864. 1867 

V. Hawes, Re Bond . . 1037, 1633 

— V. Jealous 416 

— - c. Manning 418 

o. Miles 203 

r. North Western Bank . 66, 1189 

V, Sootl 862, 1296 

V. Sewell 1999 

V. West London, &c, Ry . . 896 

Colebrook o. Tickell : 870, 1364, 202f) 
Colegrare r. Dias Santos .... 783 

Coleman v, Bathurst 1781 

V. Birmingham . . 806, 307, 1232 

V, Coleman 444 

Colenso v. Gladstone 633 

Coles, Re 321 

V. Bristowe 2068 

V. Coates 1089 

V, Dickinson 1899 

D. Pack 748,2069 

ColUrd V. Marshall 2002 

V. Sampson 2278 

CoUedge p. Harty 2064 

Colles V. Coates 1089 

Collesa ». N. S. Wales Minister for 

Lands 1072 

CoUett V. Collett 1841, 1966 

V. Walker 1686 

CoUette V, Goode 1499 

Colley V, Hart 680, 1691 

Collier r.Nokes 1984 

r. Squire 119 

V. Walters 861 

r. Worth 1697,2076 

Collinge, i?0 1066 

V. Haywood 966 

Collingridge v. Paxton 1217 

CoUingwood v. Pace . . 66, 606, 1277 

V, Stanhope . . . 632, 2116, 2288 

Collins, ^rp 364 

,Re 696 

V. Castle 991 

r. Collins . . . .111,630,1216 

V. Cooper 687 

V. Hopwood 1286, 1684 

r. Johnson 1860 

— ^ V. Middle Level Commrs . . 1697 

». Paddington . . . 716,717,1001 

V. Prosser 693 

V. Rose 684 

V, Thomas 2047 

V. Weymouth, Re Yarrow 198 

V. Worley 823 

CoUls V. Carter 206 



Page 

Collis V. Laugher 36 

Collison, Re 661 

I'. Curling 1938 

Collnian i;. Mills . 246, 1046, 1460, 1893. 

1972 

V. Roberts 1874 

Colman, Re , . , 

V. G. E. Ry . . 

Colonibine p. Penhall 
Colonial Bank v, Cady 
— u. Hepworth 
V, Whinney 



969, 1240, 1681 
.... 1242 
.... 2170 

.... \m 

.... 1261 
122, 809, 310, 824, 926, 
981, 1618, 1619 
Colonial Government v, British S. 

Africa Co 266 

Colonial Insrce of New Zealand v. 

Adelaide Insrce ... 106, 140, 260 
Colquhoun v. Brooks 96, 114, 206, 611, 

1619, 1586 

V. Heddon 990 

Colt & Glovei' V. Bp of Coventry & 

Lichfield 841 

Coltherd v. Puncheon 1641 

Colthirst V, Bejushin . . 284, 364, 4U0 
Coltman v. Chamberlain .... 18^)8 
Coltness Co v. Black .... 89, 1673 
Colton V. Roberts, Re Fleck . 896, 1664 
Coltsmann v. Coltsmann .... 1830 

Columbus, The 216, 2083 

ColviU V. Wood 322, 323 

Colyer, Re 106 

Combe v. Pitt 462 

Comber v. Uyland .... 1376, 1707 
Combined Weigliing Co, Re 434, 478, 2088 

v. Automatic, &c, Co . . . 2051 

Combridge v. Harrison .... 2 

Comfort V. Betts 8 

tf. Brown 869, 86 ) 

Commercial S. S. Co v. Boulton . 1068, 

1776 
Commercial Bank of Australia v. 

Wilson 1436 

Commercial Union Assrce v. Lister 1900 

Commins v, Scott 1689 

Commrs of Charitable Donations v. 

Cotter 628, 629 

Commrs of Inland Revenue v. Good- 
fellow 447 

Commrs of Railways r. Hyland 336, 746 
Commrs of Sewers v. Glosse 2187, 2219 
Commrs of Stamps v. Hope 200, 924, 1118, 

1471, 1916 
Commrs of Tnxation v. Kirk 611, 2078 

V.St. Mark's 2162 

Commrs of Valuation v. Sligo Har- 
bour 1612 

Common Petroleum Co, /?f . . . 1374 
Commonwealth v. Dejardin . . . 1239 

V. Stevens 20m 

V. Vincent 1246 

V. Wright 2030 

Compagnie Financi^re v. Peruvian 

Gunno Co 1699 

Components Tube Co v. Nay lor . 692 

Compton V. Bagley 641 

Comtessc de Fr^geville, The . . 1261 

Comyns r. Hvde 206 

Concessions Trust, Re , 286 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Condon v. Vollum 448 

Congreve o, fivetts 061 

Coningham v, Mellish 2146 

Conington, Re 1258 

Conlan, Re 1437 

Conlon V, Moore 394 

Conly V. Green 1215 

Connell v. Grienon ....... 1270 

Connolly to Sheridan, Ex p. 1071, 1125, 

1643 
Connor v. Belfast Water Coromra . 374 

1;. Kent 1004 

ConoUy, i2« 388 

Conquest v. EbbetU 1720 

Conron v. Conson 68 

ConroT V. Peacock 1033 

Consolidated Co v. Curtis . . . 2100 
Consolidated Credit Corp v. Gosney 401, 

025 
Consolidated Exploration Co, Re . 2097 

— V, Musgrave . . . . 158 
Consort Deep Lerel Co, Re . . . 1882 
Constable's Case .... 787. 876, 2275 
Constable v. Bull .... 561, 1705 

V. Constable 2108 

ConsUble and Cranswick, Re . . 737 
Consterdine v. Consterdine . . . 1941 
Conway v. Clemence . . . 1493, 2227 

V, Vernon 893, 1587 

Conybeare v. London School Bd . 436 

Cooch V. Goodman 1880 

r. Maltby 1688 

». Walden 123 

Coode V. Johns 555 

Coogan V. Hayden 778 

». Luckett 822 

Cook v. Bath 4 

t;. Collingridge ... 827, 1084 

V. Corbett 187 

V.Dawson 1229 

V. Fowler 2214 

p. Gerrard 1811 

V. Gordon 188 

V. Hainsworth 1439 

V. Humber . . . 898,1387,2023 

V. Hutchinson 2146 

r. Ipswich 956 

— V. Jaggard 67 

V. Luckett ...... 250, 941 

r. Montagu 1388 

V. N. Metrop. Trams Co 1049, 1168, 

1373, 2260 

V. Oakley 2040 

V. Paxton 1899 

Cooke V. Baldwin 1349 

V.Blake 1698 

u. Cholmondeley . . 702, 820, 1038 

V. Crawford 132, 183 

». Cunliffe 1288 

». Farrand 06 

V. Fuller 26,585 

V.Gill 276 

V. Mirehouse .... 1348, 1340 

v. New River Co 883, 564, 592, 1857 

— V. Vaughan 408 

—^ V, Vogeler 476 

f. Wagster 1656 

V, Wilson 2008 



Cookman v. Rose 2141 

Cookney, Ex p 1961 

Cookson V. Bingham .... 74, 1024 

V. Swire 1516, 2196 

Coole p. Lovegrove 1627 

Coolgardie Gold Mines, Re 611, 1034, 1136 

Coolidge 0. Choate 015 

Coombe v. Carter, Re Clarke . . 2170 

p. Trist 1306 

Coomber v. Berks Ins 181 

Coombes v. Dibble 1961 

V, Queen's Procior . . . 815, 708 

Coombs V, Beaumont 825 

V.Cook 1878,1874 

V. Wilks 1060, 1280 

Coon V. Rigden I960 

Coope V. Cresswell 1420 

Cooper, Ex p., Re Banm .... 1677 

,Re 1411 

V. Betsey 1055 

V. Chitty 2100 

V. Cooper 46 

V. Crabtree 2021 

V.Crane 584 

V. Davenport 2121 

V.Day 932 

— V. France 1624 

V. Griffin 031 

V. Hood 648 

V. Hubbuck .... 224, 624, 1005 

V. Huggins 1917 

V. L. B. & S. Ry 864 

— V. Lawson 473 

V. Macdonald .... 710, 1045 

V. Metrop Bd of Works . . 820 

— V. Pearce 441 

V. Pearse 800, 884 

r. Pegg 1688 

V. Phibbs 684,1088 

V. Slade 1822 

V. Straker .... 13, 36, 1002 

V. Trewby 767 

V. Whittingham . . 817, 916, 1047 

V. Woolley 1621, 1526 

V. Wright 2121 

V. Wyatt 66 

V. Zeffert 147 

Cooper and Allen, Re 66 

Cooper King v. Cooper King . . 671 
Co-operative Wholesale Socy and 

Kershaw, i?6 1084 

Cootev. Jndd 1619 

— V. Lowndes 395 

Cope V.Barber 282,561 

V. Cope 160 

V. De la Warr 526 

V. Landles 1122 

— — V. Thames Haven Dock and 

Ry 1856, 1857 

Copeland, £x j> 1039 

V. N. E. Ry 2088 

V. Simister 1630 

Copernicus, The 140, 622 

Copis V. Middleton 816 

Copland, Re 2087 

V. Bartlett 208 

V. Davies 168 

Copley V. Burton 2092 



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Copp, 2?€ 98 

Coppard, i?e 2188 

Coppen V, Moore . . 979, 1046, 2080 
CoppiDger v. Gubbins . . . 186, 2109 

Corballis v. CorballiB 895 

Corbet's Case 1860 

Corbet v, Corbet 1680 

V. Haigh 1666 

Corbett, Re 2000 

17. Gen. Nav. Co .... 264, 266 

V. Jonas 1263 

Corby, fie 1162 

Corbyn v. Leader 1460 

Corcoran v. East Surrey Ironworks 

Co 492 

1?. Gumej 1944 

Cording, Exp 1127 

Cordinglej v. Cheesebrough 41, 864,688, 

1872 

Core V. James 1047 

Cork & Bandon Ry v. Goode 1369, 1915 
Cork & Youglial Ry, iRa .... 1112 

Corke ». Fry 947 

Corkling v. Mussey 669 

CorUss, Re 1066 

Corless r. Sparling 1226 

Com V. Matthews 2110 

Comeck v. Wadman 185 

Cornell v. Hay 1325 

Comer r. Odd Fellows Socy . . 2242 

Comtek V. Pearce 669 

Cornish, Re 2106, 2107 

— r. Accident Insrce .... 1309 

p. Cawsy 780 

V. Cleife 6a% 2028 

Coramell v. Keith 2173 

Cornwall V. Cornwall 664 

V, Henson 608 

Cornwall Ry, iB« 1915 

Comwallis, /?« 1729 

Coromandel, The 510 

Corporation for Relief of Widows 

and Children of Clergy v. Sutton 207, 
620,2200 
Corporation of Sons of Clergy t; 

Sutton 297,620 

Corpus Coll. V. Rogers 646 

Corrall v, Cattell 865. 608 

Corsellis, /?« 1417 

Cort 9. Ambergate Ry . . . 1646, 1656 

r. Sagar 178 

Cortis V. Kent W. W. Co . . 1286, 1468 

Cory V. Bretton 2260 

p. Burr . . 268,1066,1822,2214 

V. Patton 1894 

Coryton v. Helyar 1258 

Cosby V. Shaw 921, 1200 

Cosgrare v. Trade Co 1604 

Cosgrore v. Partington .... 628 

Cosh.ife 719 

Cosier, /2e 891,1793,2008 

Cossey r. Cossey 619 

Cossman p. West 2078 

Costar p. HetlieringtoQ .... 764 

Costello.p. O'Rorke 1727 

CoUiam p. West 1085 

Cottam p. Guest 785 

p. Partridge ... 18, 1189, 1190 



Page 
Cottee p. Richardson . . . 2082, 2118 

Cotterell p. Stratton 415 

Cotterill p. Lempriere 896 

Cottingham p. King 1282 

Cottle p. Warrington 51 

Cotton, £xp 1670 

, Re 1624 

p. Cotton 1082 

p. Vogan 743 

Coulbert p. Troke . . 712,1248,2092 

Coulthurst P. Carter 528 

p. Sweet 497 

Coulton p. Ambler ..... 827, 1H04 
Counden p. Gierke .... 695, 1940 

Counhaye, Re 487 

Counsel p. Garvie 2192 

Counsell p. Lond. & Westminster 

Loan Co 864 

Counties Conserrative Bg Socy, Re 1186 
Country Estates Co p. Graves . . 1879 
County of Durham, The .... 2180 
County of Gloucester Bank p. Rudry 815, 

829, 1806 
County of Lancaster S. S. p. Sharpe 866, 

1485 
County Road Trustees p. Fleming 1138 
County Theatres and Hotels Co p. 

Knowles 1985 

Courcier p. Bardill 1166 

Courier, The 828 

Court p. Buckland . . 1266, 1788, 1788 

Court Bureau, /?e 1806 

Courtauld p. Legh 86 

Courtier, Re 1816 

Courtis p. Blight 1489 

Courtney p. Cole 2083 

Courtoy p. Vincent 801, 821 

Cousen p. Cousen 444 

Cousens p. Rose 968 

Cousins, Re 124, 888, 1290 

p. Thompson 1441 

Couturier p. Hastie 91, 688 

Coras V. Bingham 128 

Coventry's Case 1208 

Coventry p Coventry . . . . 74, 681 

p. L. B. &8. Ry . . 40,230,2076 

Cuverdale p. Charlton . 868,1948,2181 

p. Grant 1646 

Coverley p. Burrell 2280 

Cowan, Re 472 

p. Milboum 311,2184 

p. O'Connor 276 

Cowap p. Atherton 2092 

Coward p. Gregory .... 176, 1680 

p. Larkman 2151 

Coward & Adams, Re . . 26, 838, 584 
Cowas-jee r. Thompson .... 682 
Cowburn, Re, Ex p. Firth . 1296, 2108 

Cowdell, i^ 1969 

Cowell p. Amman Co 1688 

p. Buchanan 2023 

Cowen p. Kingston 78, 1256 

p. Phillips 40 

p. Truefltt 1211 

Cowles p. Dunbar 1726 

p. Gale 1607 

Cowley, i26 .... 286,1254,1956 
P.Cowley . 887,1018,1213,2064 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Cowley V. Inland Rev 1426 

V. Watts 1238 

r. Wellesley .... 1841,2218 

Cowling V. Higginson 2224 

Cowman v. Harrison 16>^ 

Cowper V. Andrews 741 

Cowper Essex v. Acton .... 074 

Cox, Be 660,1749 

r. Ambrose 862, 099 

V.Bennett . . . 862,1296,1745 

V. Bishop 182 

V. Bruce 1684 

V. Feeney 1607 

v. Glue . ' 828, 1968 

V, Godsalve 702 

». 0. W. Ry 2085 

V. Hakes 488, 1794 

V, Land & Water Journal Co 204, 

1466, 1880 

r. Willoughby 587 

Cox and Neve, /?6 2068 

Coxon p. N. E. Ry 431 

Coyle V. Cuming 1797 

Coyne v. Brady 1488 

Crabb, Ex p., Re Palmer ... 97, 1092 

v. Crabb 514,615 

Crabtree, jKxp 2186 

V, Hole 1972 

Craddock v. Rogers 2160 

Crafton v. Frith 88, 1342 

Cragg V. Taylor 994 

Craig, /?« 1839 

v. McPhee 1183 

-. — ». Nicholas 015 

u. Wheeler 1715 

Craignish, Re 666 

Craiki;. Lamb 612,1104 

Crake ». Powell 1176 

Cramp, Re, Ex p. Bering ... 431 

Crampton v. Swete 1694 

Crane v, Lawrence .... 678, 2192 

V, London Docks Co . . . 1164 

1;. Price 1270 

Craven v. Brady 183 

V. Errington. Bathurst v. Er- 

rington 607,608 

V. Sanderson 1403 

r. Smith 1026 

V. Yorke 2160 

Crawcour, £jr p 192 

t;. Salter 1519 

Crawford, /?e 1724 

r. City of London, &c, Co . . 609 

v.Forshaw 664,1241 

r. Newton 1720,2026 

». N. E. Ry 660 

V. Toogood 641 

V. Trotter 869, 862 

t;. Wilson 2116 

Crawford and Lindsay, Re . . , 1702 

Crawhall,/?€ 184,1372 

Crawley's Case, Re Peruvian Ry . 787 
Crawley, Re, Acton v. Crawley 1866, 1387, 

2015 
Crawshaw V. Crawshaw . . 690,1743 
Crawshay, Re 66, 187, 769, 1840, 1911, 

2116 
Crayford V. Rutter 1688 



Page 
Craysbayv Homstedt .... 898 

Creagh, Re 122, 138, 1546 

r. Wilson 56 

Cream v. Ray 1683 

Crears v. Hunter 743 

Credit Co v. Pott 2108 

Credits Gerundeuse v. Van Weede ^77 

Credland v. Potter 402 

Cree v, St Pancras 1629 

Creen v. Wright 650 

Creek, Re 420 

Creeth V. Wilson 2188 

Cremetti v, Crom 716 

Cremome v, Antrobus . . . 789, 898 
Creppt r. Durden .... 1266, 1444 
Crespigny v. Wittenoom .... 1440 
Cressington, The .... 1259, 1454 
Crew V, G. W. Steamship Co . . 1746 

Crewe v. Crewe 336 

Crichton V. Symes ... 821, 828, 2228 

Crichton's Oil Co, Re 1994 

Crick V. Theobald 2079 

Criokmer's Case 390 

Criddle V. Scott 1296 

Crimdon. The 1977 

Cripps V. HartnoU 90 

». Judge 492,1493 

w. Wolcott 1998 

Cripps, Ross A Co, Re .... 1782 

Crisdee v. Bolton 1987 

Crisp V. London Co. Co 1955 

Crispin, Exp 1706 

Critchley, ffe 2142 

Crocker v. Gen. Insrce of Trieste . 900, 

1610 

r. Sturge 718,1510 

Crockett v. Crockett 688 

Croft, i?e 2201 

V. London & County Bk . . 786 

V, Lumley 129, m. 548, 886, 921, 

1059, 1072, 1307, 1626, 2166, 2283 

u. Rickniansworth .... 671 

Crofton V. Poole 1471 

Crofts V. Haldane .... 456, 1146 

V, Taylor 582 

Crogate's Case 464 

Croker w. Orpen 6 

Cromack v. Brennand 1184 

Crompton v. Jarratt 60, 139, 869, 871, 924, 
1861, 1659, 1890 

Cromwel's Case 1597 

Cromwell v. Stephens 891 

Cronin v, Rogers 1071 

Cronniire, i?« 480,1436 

Cronshaw v. Wigan 1270 

Crook V. Hill 304 

V. Morley 1291,2001 

V. Whitley 1263 

Crooke v. Brookeing .... 806, 306 

». MTavish 1222 

Crookewit v. Fletcher 2064 

Croome v. Croome 2147 

Cropper v. Smith .... 1447, 1563 

Crosbie t*. Macdoual 1412 

Croshaw v. Lyndhurst Ship Co . . 1814 

u. Pritchard 646 

Crosland, /?« 629 

Crosmann v. Bristol. &c, Ry . . . 2182 



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P»ge 

Crofts. Re 2200 

, Re, Ex p, Payne 163 

17. Eglin 1225 

V. Fisher 1678 

c. Maltby 19y9 

V. PagUano 2083 

V. VVatta 1336 

r. West Derby 1501 

p. Wilks 603 

r. Williams 1282 

Crosse V, Gardner 2214 

©.Morgan 721,2161 

r. Raw , . 918. 1378, 2013, 2014 

V. Wandsworth 1272 

Crossfteld v. Tanian ..... 1755 

CroMlej, /2e 096,2122 

». Maycock 1958 

Grossman v. The Queen . . . 165, 166 

Crosswell v. People 906 

Crouch V. Credit Foneier . . 1065, 1261 

V. G. N. By 1400 

Crowo. Falk 587 

V. Redhouse 1268 

r. Robinson 90 

Crowe u. Bank of Ireland . . . 1417 

r. Crisford . . . ia38, 1715,1716 

P.Price 478,1447 

Crowhorst v, Amersham Bd . 1300, 1501 

Crowley v. Cohen 822 

Crown Bank. Re 1084 

Ciowther, Re 1528, 1574 

V. Elgood 712, 1515 

V. STans 1999 

V. ITiorley .... 235, 268, 798 

Croxton v. May 1544 

Croysdale v. bunbury-on-Thames . 571, 

1386 

Crozier v. Fisher 2001 

Cruiubie r. Wallsend .... 278, 887 

Cramp v. Adney 1856 

V. Norwood 885 

Crunipe v. Crampe ..'.... 625 

Cruse V. Nowell 865 

V. Paine 1695 

Crush V. Turner 1467 

Crusoe d. Blencowe v. Bugby . . 128 

Crutwell V, Lye 827 

Cruwys v. Colman . . 695, 1581, 1700 

Crux r. Aldred . « 1445 

Crystal Palace Co v. London Co. 

Co 012 

Cubison v. Mayo 71 

Cubitk o. Porter 1421 

Cuckfield V. Goring .... 1091, 1655 
Caddington v. Wilkins .... 707 

Cadlipp V. Cudlipp 514 

CufiF V. Hall 400 

Cull V Austin 69 

Cullard v, Taylor 1903 

Cullen, Ex p.. Re Parrott . . . 2263 
CuUeme r. London, &c, Bg Socy . 278 

Cnlverhouse. Re 124 

Cumberiand's Case 2056 

Cumberland p. Bowes 689 

17. Kelley 1441 

Cainberiand Co. Co. v. Inl. Kev. . 1629 
CuinberUnd Union Bk o. Mary port 76 
Coming, /2e 2107 



Psge 

Cnmming v. Bailey 299 

V. Bedborougli 1433 

Cuifimings v. Ince 583 

Cummington v. Cummington . . 867 

Cummins v. Birkett 19 

V, Uerron 717 

Cummins and St. Lcger, Re , , . 884 

Cumner v. Milton 1303 

Cunard S. S. Co r. Coulson . . . 2227 
Cundy v. Le Cocq 577, 1045. 1046, 1972 
Cunliffe v. Blackburn lig iiocy . 1113 

V. Hampton Wick . . 858, 1845 

Cunnack v. Edwards . . . 296, 1602 
Cunningham, Exp., Re Mitchell 567, 623 

»Re 470,1880 

, Re, Ex p, Attenborough . . 1354 

W.Dunn 466,2161 

V. Foot 674, 1076 

V, Mar. Insrce 2073 

V. Philp 978 

Cunningham and Fray ling. Re . 30, 165 

Curfew, Tlie 76 

Curle'sCase 1024 

Cumick V, Tucker 1530 

Currey, Re 92. 188 

Currie,iRfl 821,822,946 

V. Anderson 12 

V. Bombay Insrce .... 3 

r. Misa 378,1435 

Curry r. Edensor 1699 

Cursham v New land 1014 

Curteis t; Kenrick 500 

Curtis, ^xp 427 

V. Armstrong 650 

V. Curtis 866, 444 

V. Eniherey ... 846, 1766, 1950 

V. Kesteven Co. Co. . . 1767,2182 

V. Marsh 1818 

V. Rippon 1532 

Curtoys, Re 891 

Curwen, Re 10 

Curzon i;. Edmonds 24 

Cusack r. L. & N.W. Ry .... 1478 

V. Robinson 12 

Gushing v. Dupuy 164, 717 

Cuat V. Middleton ..... 1717,1994 
Custance v. Wilkinson .... 173 

Custodes V. Jinks 1232 

Cutbill v. Kingdom 1913 

Cuthbert v. Gumming .... 84, 260 

V. Robinson 109 

Cuthbertson v. Butterworth ... 893 

Cutlan V. Dawson 1095 

Cutler V. N. London Ry . . . . 1667 

Cutter r. Powell 627, 1635 

Cutto V. Gilbert ' . 1068 

Cutto r. Ward .... 61, 394, 1172 
Czech V. Gen. Steam NaT. Co . . 1060 



D. 

Dafforvb v. Goodman .... 808 

Dagg V. Dagg 515 

jy&gliBh^Exp 784 

v. Barton 99, 1466 

Dagnall, /?« 267,1291 

D'Aguilar v. D'Aguilar .... 444 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Pago 
Dahl v. Nelson 76, 118, 124, 1247, 1458, 

2204 

Daintree v. Fasulo 25 

V. Hutchinson 1525 

Daintrey, Re, Ex p. HoU .... 2281 

, Re, Exp, Maut 1286 

Daisy Hopkins, £:x;7 2209 

Dakin's Case 2187 

Dakinv. Cope 2198 

t;.L.&N.W. Ry 1169 

Dakins t'. Wagner 2142 

Dale, Ex p.. Re Binstead .... 716 

V. Atkinson 1111 

Dale & Plant, Re 289 

Daley v. Desbouverie 375 

Dalgleifih t;. AthoU 2281 

V. Brooke 407 

Dalison, Re 928, 954 

Daliow V. Garrold . 202, 428, 1200, 1686 

D'Almaine t\ Boosey 204 

». Moseley 833,644 

Dairy mple v. Dairy mple . . . . 1165 

W.Hall 2136,2187 

Dalton V. Angus 595, 1124 

1;. Fitzgerald 647 

Daly V. Edwardes 129 

V, Webb 1488 

V. Wright .... 63. 1353, 2077 

Dalzell, Re, Ex p, Rashleigh . . 1425 

V. Welch 1014 

Dames to Wood 2144 

D'Amico V. Trigona 1146 

Danby v. Coutts 1525 

». Hunter 267 

Dand V. Kingscote 2225 

Dandov. Boden 162,1106 

Dane v. Mtge Insrce . .841, 989, 1295 

Danford r. McAnulty 1171 

V. Taylor 94, 797 

Daniel, /2« 1906 

V. Coulsting 898, 894 

V. Dudley 664 

r. Cosset 185 

r. Janes 2186 

V. Metrop Ry 348 

». Ocean Coal Co 508 

V. Whitfield 267, 742 

Daniel Ball, The 1245 

Danieil, Re 229, 2:?0 

Daniels v. Harris 916 

Dann ». Spurrier 1347 

Dannebrog, The 214 

Dansey v. Richardson 978 

Danson, Re 22, 1054, 1.S39 

Dantv. Moore 1941 

Dannbian Sugar Factories v. Inl. 

Rev 634 

Danvers v. Clarendon 860 

Dapueto ». Wyllie 262 

Darbyshire, /?€, £:xp. Hill '. . . 755 

V.Leigh 1170,1171 

D'Arc r. L. & N. W. Ry .... 1398 
Darcy v. Askwith .... 2216, 2255 

D*Arcy r. Carrager 472 

v. Tamar, &c, Ry . 535, 1642, 1806 

D'Arcy to White, /?« 1113 

Dare Valley Ry, /?e .... 112.375 
Darell u. Wybame 1156 



Darenth Valley v. Dartford . . . 1912 

Dargan V. Davies 651,919 

Darlaston v. Lond. & N. W. Ry . 688 

Darley V. McDonnell 1330 

v. PerceTal 2183 

Darley Main Co v. Mitchell 38, 277, 278, 

387 

Dariing, /?« 1837 

Darlington, Ex p 941 

V, Hamilton 1007 

Dariington Forge Co, /?e . . . . 138 

Darlington Wagon Co t;. Harding . 274, 

375. 531, 636 

Darlow v. Bland 1296, 2102 

r. Edwards 1883 

V, Scratton 778 

Dartmouth v. Spittle 361 

DarviU v. Roper 1202, 1636 

». Terry 201 

Darwin V. Lincoln 836 

Dashwood v. Ayles .... 1243, 2028 
V. Magniac 408, 452, 821. 1038. 1205, 

1840, 1719, 1808, 2003, 2056, 2057, 2124, 

2216 
Daubuz V. Lavuigton . . . 671, 1294 

Davenport, Re 664, 2241 

V. Coltman 67, 2238 

V, Davenport 1952 

V. Hanbury. . . 638,1011,1018 

V.King 1420 

«. The Queen 2193 

Daventry v. Parker 1091 

Davers v, Dewes 1278 

Davey i*. Bentinck 1495 

V. Durrant 2123 

V.Mason 1886 

V, Shannon 1288 

v. WilUamson .... 736, 1364 

David, i?« 2122 

, Re, Buckley r. Life Boat 

Inst 996 

v. Sabin 182,1330,2063 

David and Matthews, Re . . 828, 1940 
Davidson, Re, Martin v. Trimmer . 400 

». Allen 1664 

». Burnand 1808 

V, Cariton Bank . . . 1007, 1917 

V.Cooper 1169 

V, Gwynne 1984 

V. Kimpton 1543, 2000 

Davies' Case 902 

Davies, ^xp 1880 

,Re . . 184,1085,1310,1827.2103 

v. Bolton 1010, 2170 

V. Davies 367, 535, 1611, 1745. 1897, 

2227, 2260 

V.Evans 1179 

V. Games 1009 

V. Goodman 2196 

r. Harvey . 813, 1358, 1886, 1594 

V. Hopkins 1884 

V. Jenkins ... 926, 1297, 1917 

V, Jones 1616 

V.King. The 2045 

V. Lond. & Frov. Mar Insrce . 989 

V. Main Colliery Co ... . 607 

V. Makuna 2189 

V. M'Lean 656 



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Page 

DaTiefl v. M'Mahon 689 

V. M*Veagli 1776 

V, Penton 1106 

». Price 2199 

V. Rees 2196, 2197 

— V. Smith 6 

V. Stacey 72 

V. Stone 1447 

V, Wise 714 

Davis. Exp 1484 

, Re , . , , 674. 1077, 1582, 1818 

, Re, Exp. Rawlings .... 1683 

V. Bennett 1740 

r. Berwick 702, 1886 

V. Bryan 2193 

17. Barton 926 

r. Committi 206 

V. Davis 106 

». Gardiner 873 

V. Greenwich . . 344. 1273, 1947 

r. Harris 173 

1». James 1171 

V. Lieicester 106 

p. Noak 1691 

p. Pembrokeshire Jus. ... 410 

0. Scrase 2092 

If, Shepherd 1991, 2046 

V, Spence 1876 

V. Surr 660 

V, Stephenson . . . 287, 269, 2148 

17. Stribolt 697 

V. Taff Vale Ry 1198 

p. Treharne 2162 

V. Waddington . . 899, 2023 

V. Walton 870 

o. Witney 666 

I?. Witts 110 

Davis & Carey, Re 86, 288 

Davison. Re 1068, 1668 

V, Gent 1996 

p. Meklbben 330 

Davitt, lie 1742 

Davy p. Garrett 663, 763 

p. Milford 2078 

Davys p DougDu 1484 

Daw p. Herring 64. 687 

p. London Co. Co. . . 889, 1272 

Dawdy. Re Ill, 112 

Dawdy & Hartcup, Re . . , 988, 2172 

Dawe p. WiUlams 214 

Dawes, £:xp 1971,2088 

,Exp.,ReUoon .... 66,2274 

p. Cliarsley 1276 

p. Creyke 684 

p. Ferrers 1769 

p. Hawkins 1606 

p. Thomas 1483 

p. Tredwell 61 

Dawkins p. Bokeby .... 424, 2097 

Daws p. Benn 2061 

Dawson, Re 1462, 1833 

p. African Co . . . 172,271,492 

p. Clarke 2146 

p. Dyer 1484 

p.Lawley 662 

r. Mid.Ry 1316 

p. Oliver-Massey 1401 

p. Robins 767 



Page 
Dawson p. Van Sandeau .... 1691 

Day u. Barnard 2137 

p. Daveron 67 

P.Day 1349,2044 

p. Fynn 1226 

p. Kelland 1671 

p. Longhurst . . . 171, 882, 1262 

p. Luhke 641, 1607 

p. McLea 930 

V. Radciiffe 1432 

p. Simpson 627 

p. Woolwich Bg Socy ... 2 

Daykin p. Parker 1183 

Dayrell p. Hoare .... 96, 646, 1813 
Deakin, Re 28, 428, 1266. 1686, 1700, 1701 

p. Lakin 1827 

Deal p. Schofield 1336 

Dean p. Brown ... 933, 1362, 1940 

p. Dean 2u46, 2143 

P.Gibson 648,2040 

p. Green I'M 

P.King 2084 

p. Thwaite 361 

]>eane. /?« 2259 

Dear, Re 468 

p. Sworder 73, 1292 

Dearden, /?e 1910,2118 

Deards v. Goldsmith 2075 

Dearie p. Hall 1292 

Dearmer, i?e 1829 

Death p. Benns 1448 

p. Harrison 714 

De Beauvoir p. De Beauvoir . 869,862 

p. Welch 487, 1238 

Debenham p. Digby 1470 

P.Mellon 1260 

De Braam p. Ford 1937 

De Burgh Lawson, /2e . . . 476,2202 

De Bussclie p. Alt 26, 1811 

Deck p. Deck 2240 

De Clifford. i2« 1674 

Deer p. Bell 1270 

D'Eguino p. Bewicke 407 

De Hertel p. Goddard 372 

De Hoghton, Re , . . 486, 1026, 1078 
Deighton and Harris, Re . . 1699, 2283 
Delacherois p. Delachcrols . . . 1166 

Delahoyd, Re 1666 

Delane p. Hillcoat 1824 

Delaney p. Wallis 1164 

Delany, /?« 1997 

p. Delany .... 236,288,267 

De La Salle p. Moorat 400 

De Lassalle p. GuUdford .... 2216 
Delaubenque p. Delaubenque . . 614 

Delaurier p. Wyllie 414 

DelaWarr, /?« 1592,1790 

p. Miles 1427 

Delea p. Cork 140 

De Lisle P. Hodges 1738 

Deller./fe 238 

Delmar, i2e 1346 

Delobbel-Flipo p. Varty .... 31 
De Mattos p. Benjamin .... 798 

p. North 2258 

V. Saunders 1944 

De Medina p. Norman 1666 

De Mestre p. West 2202 



xlviii 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Pago 
De MoDtmort v. Broers .... 6G3 

Denaby Co v. Feiiton 703 

». Manchester, S. & L. Uy . 2128 

Denbigh & Flint Case 190 

Denby v. Moore 1433 

Dendy, 72e 1841 

Denhara, i?e ; 1268 

De NicoU v. Curlier 666 

Denis, Re 1013 

Denn v. Diamond .... 648, 1781 

u. Kemeys 1348 

Dennett v. Atherton .... 32, 1640 

Denning v. Henderson 1146 

Dennis, Re 1766 

». Forbes 2269 

Dennison v. Jeffs .... 988, 1888 
Denniston v. Zimmermann . . . 884 

Denny v, Tliwaites 2244 

Denoon v. Home & Col. Assrce . 773 

Densliam, Re . 698, 699 

Dent V. Dent 866 

V. London Tramways . . . 1730 

Derby v. Grudgings .... 103. 660 
Derby Co. Co. ». Derby . . 1318.1319 

r. Matlock 281,1137 

Derby Municipal Estates, Re . . 474 
Derbyshire v. Houliston .... 693 
De Rechberg v. Beeton . . 629, 1966 
Derecourt 17. Corbishley . . 2046,2047 

De Ricci v. De liicci 2074 

Dering, Ex p.. Re Cramp .... 431 

V. Dering 367 

1>. Winchelsea 396 

Derome, Re 1904 

De Ros, i?6 61, 94, 279 

De Rosaz v. Anglo-Italian Bank 62 

De Rosne v. Fairrie 928 

De Rothschild v. Morrison . 293, 1172 

Derry».Peek 202,1079 

De Souza v. Cobden 709 

D'Fstampes, Re 61, 686 

DeTabley, /?e 1678 

De Teissier. /?« . . . 1087,1676,1714 

Detmold,/?« 1971 

Deutsche National B;ink v. Paul 224, 392 
Deutsche Springsteff Gcsellschaft 

V. Briscoe 631 

Devall v. Dickens 664 

Devaux v. J'Ansun 773 

De Vaux v. Salvador 901 

Devaynes v. Noble ...... 478 

V, Noble, Houlton's Case . . 1306 

Dever, Ex p., Re Suse 1901 

Devereux o. Clarke 1092 

Devine v. Keeling 1913 

De Visme v, De Visme .... 94 

Devon, Re 102, 1768 

Devonshire v. Barrow, &c, Co . . 1917 

V. Brookshaw 1820 

V. Lodge 761 

f. O'Connor 2,761,770 

V. Pattinson 728 

V. Simmons . . 174, 891, 1556, 1607 

V. Stokes 999, 1391 

Devoy's Case 1617 

Dewar v. Brooke 2236 

Dewhurst, Re 248. 2264 

V. Pearson 263, 376 



De Wilton, /?« 304,1166 

Dewsbury VV. W. Bd v. Penistone 180, 

181, 1360 

Dexter, Re 248 

D'Eyncourt i*. Gregory . . 734, 1240 

D'Huart v. Uarkniss 2250 

Diamond Fuel Co, Re 1034 

Dibb v. Walker 1420 

Dibbins v. Dibbins 1346 

Dibble v. Bowater .... 678, 1731 

Dickason v. Foster 1779 

Dickenson v, Fanshaw .... 2130 

1;. Jardine 803 

Dicker p. Angerstein . . . 1696, 1626 

Dickeson v. Valpy 2272 

Dickins v. Gill 1066,1144 

Dickinson, Re, Ex p. Charrington . 290, 

1814, 1816 

, Re, Ex p. Rosenthal . 138, 2186 

V. Dillwyn 686, 630 

w. FoUett 1907 

p. N. E.Ry 803 

V. Teasdale 674 

Dicks V. Brooks 409 

V. Lambert 1817, 1818 

P.Yates 642,2064 

Dickson, Re 1466, 1847 

, Re, Hill V. Grant . . 896, 938, 948 

tf. Graham 1000 

V. G. N. Ry 348, 1667 

p. Lough 1106 

p. Neath & Brecon Ry . . . 476 

p. Pape 1263 

Didcot Ry p. G. W. Ry .... 683 

Didcott p. Friesoer 21 

Diederichsen p. Farquharson . 866, 479 

Difiori p. Adams 139 

Diggens p. Gordon 874 

Digges'Case 140 

Diggle p. Higgs .... 609, 796, 1961 

p. Lond.> Blackwall Ry . . 1866 

Diggles, Ae 1681 

Dillon, /?e 366,668,967 

p. Arkins 470 

p. Bath 800 

p. Haverfordwest .... 1627 

p. McDonnell 1216 

p. Reilly 1989 

Dilworth p. Commr of Stamps . 137, 186, 

646, 889, 946, 1602, 1614 

Dimes p. Grand Junction Canal 749, 998 

Dimmock p. Hallett 638 

p. Sturla 2068 

Dingle p. Coppen 1684 

Dinning p. Henderson 2286 

p. South Shields ..... 416 

Diphwys Co p. Festiniog Ry . . 2128 
Direct Spanish Telegraph Co p. 

Shepherd 292,1661 

Diss p. Aldrich 621 

Distington Iron Co p. Lond. & N. 

W. Ry .... 114.366,684,2128 

Ditcher p. Denison 1979 

Ditton's Case 100 

Dive p. Maningham 678 

Dix p. Kent 72 

Dixon, Exp 684,1973 

, Re . , . . 674, 1013, 1023, 1079 



TABLE OF CASES. 



xlix 



Dixon V. Bd of Trade 1068 

V, Calcraft 856, 456 

V. Cal. Ry 1202, 1203 

r. Curwen 1344 

p. Kennaway 647 

r. Sadler 721,1808 

V, Walker 1684 

p. White 63 

r. Wrench 994 

p. Yatea 499 

Doane v. Broad Street Aesn . . 2231 

Dobbe p. Brain 42 

p. Grand June. Waterworks 

Co 86.87,323,838 

Dobbyn r. Somers 110 

l>obell r. Green .... 124. 334, 1953 

p. Uossmore Co . 580, 1246, 1810 

Doble. ^xp. 1621 

Dobson, /?« 1565 

V. Bownesfl 1748 

p. Jones 2023 

p. Sotheby 75 

I)oL-kwray*« Case 1595 

Docwm, Re 165 

Dod & Co, Re, Exp. Lamond . . 036 

Dodd V. Ackloro 1905 

p. Churton 1445 

p. Ponsford 1835 

V. South Sliields 88 

Dodds, Re 2189 

p Thompson . . 767, 1713, 2028 

Dodgson, /?e 1678 

bodworth, Rt Spence p. Dodworth 810 

Doer. Clarke 1111 

p. Dring 604 

p. Rrrington 1449 

r. Freeman 2239 

p. Frost 860 

p. Gallini 861 

9, Gower 1070 

p. Guest 237 

p. Gwillim 2272 

P. Hiley 177 

r. Laming 978 

p. Lawson 2044 

p. Meakin 1536 

r. Morgan 67, 1582 

p. Sotheron 417 

p. Terry 176 

p. Wauiewright 1999 

p. Walker 76 

P.Wood 1098 

Doe d. Abdy v Stevens .... 669 

Andrew v. Lainchbury . . . 1582 

Angell p. Angell 1712 

Annandale p. Brazier . . . 20C9 

Armistead p. N. Staffordshire 

Ry 623 

Ashby p. Baines 1056 

Atkinson r. Fawcett .... 1218 

Atkinson p. Featherstone . . 861 

Atkyns p. Horde 652 

Baddeley p. Massey .... 819 

Beach r. Jersey 643 

Bedford r. White 88 

Belasyse p. Lucan . . . 700, 701 

Biddulph V, Hole 28, 82 

— Birtwhistle p. VardiU ... 305 

TOL. I. 



Page 
Doe d. Bish p. Keeling . . 236, 250, 687 

Blakiston v, Haslewood lt23, 1535 

Blesard t*. Simpson .... 806 



Blewitt p. Phillips 

liiigh p. Colman . . 

Blomfield p. Eyre 

Bover p. Trueman . 

•^■^ Browne p. Greening . 

Brune i». Marty n . . 

Bryan p. Bancics . . 

Bunny p. Route . . 

Burdett p. Wriglite . 

Burton p. Wliite . . 

Bute p. Guest . . . 

Calvert v. Reid . . 

Carter p. Roe . . . 

Chadbom p. Green 

Chattaway p. Smith . 

Chichester p. Oxenden 

Chilcot p. White . . 

Chippendale p. Dyson 

Church p. Pontifex . 

Clarke p. Clarke . . 

Clarke r. Ludlam 

Clarke p. Smaridge . 

Clayton p. Williams . 

Clements p. Collins . 

Cock p. Cooper . . 

Comberbach v. Perryn 

Cook p. Dan vers . . 

Cooper p. Col lis . . 

Corbyn i'. Bramston . 

— - Cotton p. Stenlake . 

Courtail p. Thomas . 

Cox p. Roe .... 

— - Cundey p. Sharpley . 

Dacre p. Dacre . . 

-^ — Daniel p. Keir . . . 

Daniell p. Woodroffe 

Darke v. Bowditch . 

Davies v. Davies . . 

Davies p. Williams . 

Davis p. Elsam . . 

Davy V. Bumsall . . 

Dixon p. Roe . . . 

Douglas p. Lock 



. . 1211 
. . 1970 
. . 1346 
. . 1642 
. . 180 
. . 1146 
2193, 2266 
652, 1683 
. . 2196 
. 648,852 
2148, 2169 
. . 1922 
. . 2083 
. . 2284 
. 694,695 
. . 1317 
. . 604 
. . 768 
. . 301 



. . 1062 

. . 2284 

. . 1166 
1110, 1193 

. . 1381 

. . 1014 

. . 409 

. . 1011 

. . 792 

. . 686 

. . 1995 

. . 758 

. . 1294 

. 488,489 

. . 482 

. . 1707 

. . 242 

. 860,963 
1062, 1053 

. . 289 

. . 885 



. . 242 

22, 82. 847, 1.384, 

1730, 1731, 2285 

Duncan p. Edwards .... 1806 

Dymoke p. Withers . 605, 1268, 1676 

Edney p. Benham .... 1711 

Egremont p. Grazebrook . . 1918 

Egremont p. Stephens . . 82, 2159 

Egremont p. Williams . 2169, 2221 

Ellam p. Westley ... 74, 1102 

Ellis p. Owens 841 

Ellis p. Sandham ..... 2166 

Eustace v. Easley .... 859 

Evans p. Walker 2036 

— Farmer p. Howe . ... 1470 

Gains p. Rouse 2240 

Gamons p. Knight . . • . 498 

Gaskell p. Spry 239 

Gatehouse p. Rees . . . 981, 982 

Gillard p. Gillard . . . 665,1901 

George p. Jesson 1544 

Goodbehere p. Bevan 131, 13.3, 2088 

Gore p. Lansrton ... 178, 1157 

Graham p. Hawkins . . 184, 1755 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Doe d. Gray o. Stanion 

Guest V. BenoeU . . 

Hall V. Benson . . . 

Hanley ». Wood . . 

Harries v. Morse . . 

Harris v. Saunder 

Haverson v. Franks . 

Haw V, Earles . . . 

Hayter v, Joinvllle 

Heblethwaite v. Roe . 

Hemming v. Willetts 

Henniker v. Watt 



Page 

689 

1220 

1197 

2028 

847 

71 

768 

603 

606 

1069 

1637 

864, 866, 906, 

1696, 1938 

647 



Herbert v. Thomas 

Hick V. Dring 603 

Hickman v. Haslewood . . 666 

Higgs V. Terry 2059 

Holland v. Worsley .... 128 

Horton v. Rhys 1069 

Hubbard p. Hubbard ... 417 

Hudlestune t;. Johnstone . . 1996 

Humphreys v. Roberts . . . 924 

Huntmgtower v. CuUiford . 1293 

Hurrell v. Hurrell . . 646, 1743 

Hyde v. Manchester .... 786 

James v. Hallett 2066 

Jenkins v. Davies 1702 

Jersey v. Smith . . . 2166, 2160 

Johnson v. Liversedge . . . 792 

Jones V. Davies 306 

King r. Frost 1330 

King u, Grafton 2286 

Kinglake v. Beviss . 81, 1428, 2263 

Knight V, Chaflfey .... 1276 

Knight V. Nepean 1514 

Lean v. Lean .... 643. 1788 

Leicester v. Biggs . . 1469, 1460 

Lewis V. Lewis 181 

Littledale tf. Smeddle ... 861 

Little wood v. Green . . 698, 1741 

Lloyd V. Ingleby 682 

Manifold v. Diamond . . . 404 

Marlow v, Wiggins .... 1178 

Meyrick v, Meyrick .... 1624 

Mitchinson r. Carter . . 129, 291 

Murch V. Marchant .... 984 

Myatt V. St. Helen's Ry . . 2122 

Nash r. Birch 1874 

Nepean v. Goddard .... 1967 

Newnham ». Creed . . 1231,2164 

Noble I?. Bolton 1459 

Norris v. Tucker . . . 643, 1056 

Palk V. Marchetti ... 669, 1146 

Palmer v. Eyre 319 

Parkin r. Parkin 1312 

Patrick V. Royle 1740 

Payne v, Bristol & Exeter Ry 623 

Pearson v. Roe 1059 

Pemberton v. Roe . . 2033, 2284 

— . Perkes v. Perkes . . 234, 252, 2017 
Phillips v. Evans . 1868,1880,1881, 



Phillips V, Phillips 

Pilkington v. Spratt 

Pitman v. Sutton . 

Pitt V. Laming . . 

Pitt and Hogg . . 

Player v, Nicholls 



1886 
944 
860 
766 

2119 
129 
1079, 2088 



Doe d. Plumer v. Mainby .... 2284 

Potts ». Jinders 1173 

Pratt u. Pratt 6^5 

Preece p. Howells 296, 2171, 2190 

Pritchard v. Dodd .... 880 

Reed i;. Harris 234 

Richmond r. Morphett . 447, 1293 

Robinson F. Dobell . . 447,1293 

RoyUnce v. Liglufoot . . . 489 

Scrutton p. Snaith .... 494 

Shaw V. Steward 282 

Shrewsbury v. Wilson . . . 2286 

Smith r. Fleming 2287 

Smith V, Webber 806 

Snaper.Nevell 68 

Spearing v. Buckner . . . 646 

Spencer V. Beckett .... 633 

Spencer ». Godwin .... 872 

Spicer v. Lea 1197 

Spllsbury v. Burdett ... 147 

Stevenson v. Glover . 647, 862, 1412 

Strong V. Goff 866 

Sutton V. Harvey 187 

Sweeting v. Hellard .... 1844 

Tennyson v, Yarborough . . 23 

Thomas v. Acklam .... 66 

Thompson v, Lediard . . . 1662 

Thorley v. Thoriey .... 1078 

Thwaites r. Over .... 1701 

Tilvard v. Cooper .... 1069 

Tindalv. Roe 1294 

Tofield V, Tofield 1470 

Tunstill V. Bottriell .... 2029 

Turner v. Kett 862 

Twining v, Muscott .... 749 

Usher v. Jessop 1849 

Wall V. Langlands .... 1682 

Webb V.Dixon 1347 

Wellard v. Hawthorn ... 2190 

Westlake v. Wcstlake . . . 1237 

WethereU v. Bird 400, 1320, 2078 

Whitfield ». Roe 2022 

Wickham v. Turner .... 790 

Williams ». Evans .... 1645 

Williams v. Smith .... 1293 

Willmett V, Alchin .... 79 

Winter v. Perratt 724 

Wood V. Wood 696 

Woodall V. Woodall .... 62 

Wrangham v. Hersey . . . 462 

Wyatt ». Byron 2022 

York r. Walker 862 

Doherty, /?e 1062 

p. Allman .... 642, 921, 2217 

Doick v. Phelps 2231 

Doidge V. Carpenter 346 

Dolan v. Anderson 372 

V. Kavanagh 1308 

V. Macdermot .... 294, 1612 

Dolby v. Powell 2240 

Dolcini v. Dolcini 1733 

Dole V. Johnson 670 

Dolphin V. Aylward . . 436, 1167, 1621 

1;. Layton 472,473 

Dominion Brewery v. Foster . . 1977 

Dommett v. Bedford 60 

Domvile v, Colville 226, 690 

i\ Taylor 1494 



TABLE OF CASES. 



U 



Page 
Domvile v. Wir.nington . . . 607, 082 

Donald v. Brrce 186 

Donaldson, /e€ 1899 

V. Haldane 1891 

r. Little 2130 

D. Soath Shields . . . 1948. 1962 

Donisthorpe, Re 1026 

Doon o. Penny 64 

Donne v. Martyr 969, 1964 

Donnell i;. Columbian Insrce 16«) 

Dtmnelly v. Graham 1735 

Donnison v. People's Cafd Co . . 1968 

Donnithorne. Ex p 766 

Donovan v. Fricker 1743 

Dooby V. Watson 1803 

Doody o, HigRins .... 802, 1277 

Doogan v. Colquhoun 1366 

Doolan v. Mid. Ry . . . . 1667, 1834 

Dorchester o. Poplar 807 

r. Weymouth 2032 

Donlogne. The 1211 

l>ore V. Gray 1848 

Dorinr Dorin 303,461 

Dormer v. Knight 135 

V. Phillips 1146, 1276 

a. Ward 716, 1401. 1686. 1842, 1844 

Dormont v. Furness Ry .... 1 180 

Dorrett v. Meuz 1600 

Double p. Gibbs 774 

Dougherty r. Gates 229, 771 

Doughty, Re 640 

p. Firbank 1646 

c. Lomagunda Reefs . . . 1828 

Douglas, Re 295, 1898 

V. Andrews 1412 

V. Bolnm 1031 

^— V. Congreve 1962 

r. Patrick 2209 

Douglas, Tlie 1180 

DougUss r. Lond & N. W. Ry . . 1390 

p. Piotsch 2061 

Douglaase r. Waad 1621 

Douion r. Halse 942, 1576 

Douse, /2e 1881 

Dover & Kent Co. Co., Be . 479, 1637, 

1837 

Doward p. Williams 1901 

Dowdall p. Allan 1920 

P.Kelly 1210 

p. M*Cartan 2038 

Dowling, Re 1471 

p. Byrne 3308 

P. Dowling 866 

p. O'Loughlin .... 1006,1921 

p. Pontypool Ry 496 

Down p. Down 700 

r. Pinto 1346 

Downes v. Johnson 1740 

Downing, /?€ 1630 

p. Birmingham & Mid. Tram^ 914 

p. Capel 768 

Downing Coll. v. Purchas . . . 213:i 

Downman, £:xp 1661,1671 

Downs p. Salmon 618 

Downshire p. O'Brien 1163 

r. Sandys . . . 1368,2218,2260 

Dowse'sCase 1295 

Dowson p. Gaskoin .... 1216,1705 



Page 

Doyle V. Coyle 395 

p. Hort 763 

p. L. & B. R. R 297 

Doyle and O'Hara. Re . 128, 1838, 21 18 

Dojne p. Campbell 62 

Drake v. A-G 807 

p. Foottit 603, 604 

p. Martin 162 

p. Pickford 907 

p. Trefusis 1064 

Drant v. Vause 1669 

Draper v. Mancliester, S. & L. Hy 55 

p. Sperring 1469 

Draper's Co p. Haddon .... 59 

Drax, /2« 890 

V. Ffooks 1849 

Dredge p. Conway .... 881, 1720 

Drennan p. Andrew 606 

Dresser p. Johns 472 

Vrew, Exp 984 

. Re 2241 

p. Drew 514 

p. Guy 1887 

p. Lewis 1970 

p. Norbury 880 

Drewe i\ Hanson 2060 

p. Lainson 1089 

Dreweatt, Re 1014 

Dreyfua p. Allen 62:B 

Driefontein Mines p. Janson . . 65, 2210 

Drielsma p. Manifold 369 

Driffield Co p. Waterloo MilU Co . 313, 

1373 

Drincqbier p. Wood 1790 

Drinkwater p. London Assrce 1676, 2166 

p. Ratcliffe 180, 820 

Driscoll p. Riordan 2021 

Dri?er p. Broaii 786, 097 

Drogheda p. Holmes 1740 

Dronfleld Co 256 

Druiffp. Joel 936 

Druitt p. Ciiristchurch . . . 1311, 2028 

p. Seaward .... 65, 1279, 2044 

Diummond p. A-G. of Ireland 816, 1694 

p. Parish 36 

p. Sant 286 

p. Vanlngen .... 1190,1790 

Drummond and Davles, Re . 160, 1582, 

1585, 1660 
Drury p. Army & Navy Stores . . 1422 

V. Defontaine 1864 

p. Rickard 2184 

Drury Lowe, Re, Ex p. Silwell . . 677 
Drybutter p. Bartholomew . . . 1469 

Dryden p. Hope 809 

p. Putney 1272 

Duberley p. Page 347 

Dublin Cemeteries p. Valuation 

Commr 1626 

Dublin Corp p. Judge 24 

Dublin Railway v. Navan Ry . . 1031 
Dublin Socy p. Richards .... 24 
Du Cane and Nettlefold, 7?e . . . 1843 
Duck p. Bates 92. 674, 1486, 1486, 1725. 

2233 

p. Mayen ...... 1703, 1723 

Duckett r. Cover 208 

p. Satterfleld 260 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 
Duckett ». Williams . . . . 1177 

Duckworth v. Alison 1446 

DuddeU v. Simpson 2144 

Dudden v. Glutton 2221 

Dudgeon. i?e 1877 

Dudley, £.r;7 273 

, Re. 1203 

Dudley Canal Co r. Grazcbmok . 300 
Dudley Trams Co, /?tf 363.714,1964,1976 

Dudlow r. Watchorn 681 

Dudson, y?« 1392 

Duero, The 1260 

Dufaur. Exp 1808 

V, Professional Life Assrce 844, 

1083, 1978 

Duffy. Mackenzie 604 

Duffield w. Duffleld 144,907 

V. Elwes 663 

Duffy, /^e 1986,1986 

Dugdale, 72c 364 

Duignan v. Walker 663 

Duke of Buccleuch, The .... 1926 

Dulieu V. White 15, 1265 

Dumbleton r. Beckford .... 1303 

Dumpor's Case 2193 

Dunally v. Dunally . . . 603, 1215 

Dunbeth, The 624 

Duncan, Re 206, 1469 

V. Dixon 893, 2199 

V, Dowding 1691 

r. Koster 1778 

V. Pope 446 

0. Topham 634, 2071 

V. Vereker 1797 

Duncomb's Case 1434 

Duncombe i;. Brighton Club Co . 284 
Dnndalk and Enniskillen Ry, Re . 907. 

2044 
Duiidas V. Dutens . . . 309, 824, 826 

p. Wolfe-Murray 1846 

Dundee, The 100 

Dunelm, The 1932 

Dungarvan Gdns. v. Mansfield . . 1617 

Dunhill r. N. E. Ry 1986 

Dunkirk Colliery Co v. Manchester, 

S. &L. Ry 679 

Dunkley v. Harrison 1877 

Dunlop V. Balfour . . . 282,460,604 

V, Greer 198 

Dun lop Co V. British & Colonial 

Motor Co 2149 

Dunn V. Bryan 2066, 2218 

V. Lareau 1614 

V. The Queen 1698 

V. Warlters 1317 

Dunne v. English 786 

Dunston v. Paterson 689 

Dunwich v, Sterry 2276 

Duplany v. Duplany 616 

Durant v. Carter 1736, 2023 

V. Roberts 1666 

Durham v. Robertson .... 8, 130 
Durham Bg Socy v. DaTidson . 886, 4-33 

Durham City. The 1610 

Durham Co. Co. r. Chester-le-Street 181 

Durham Ry r. Walker 2254 

Durrant r. Branksome . . 261, 713, 1056, 

1848 



Durrell ». Evans 1882, 1884 

Du Terreaax v. Da Terreanz . . 1670 

Duthie V. Hilton 1916 

Duthy and Jesson, Re . . 188, 967, 983 

Dutton, Re 160% 2138 

V. Atkins 100 

V, Brookfielil, Re Jones ... 116 

V. Marsh 635 

Duxbury r. Sandiford 1070 

Dyer. Dye .♦ . 1419 

Dyer ». Park 1808 

l>ygert u. Bradley 962 

Dyke c. Elliott 676,1244 

p. Gower . . . 1046, 1200, 1896 

r. Stephens 1417 

V. Sweeting 1222 

V. Walford 1772 

Dykes t;. Blake 726 

Dymock v. Showell's Brewy Co . 2184 

DyneTor v. Tennant 866 

Dysart v. Dysart 444 

Dyson r. Lond. & N. W. Ry , . 1489 
V. Mason 94, 796, 797 



E. 



Eadbv. Eade 1532 

Eadie v. Addison .... 1580, 2164 

Eager v. Fumivall 912 

Eagle V. Charing Cross Ry . . . 975 
Eagles V. Le Breton . . . 1700, 1701 
Eagleton v. East India Co 264, 1342, 1793 

V, Homer, Re Homer . 304, 1724 

Eales V. England 1632 

Earl Wemyss, The 828 

Earle v. Kingscote . . 602.1267,2132 

V. Rowcroft 168 

Early. Re 1091 

V. Benbow 871 

V. Early 332 

u. Rathbone .... 771, 924, 1361 

Eamshaw v. Earnshaw .... 2246 
Earashaw.Wall,iRfl . . 770,1682,1686 

East, Re 2129 

V. Twyford 971 

East Dean v. Everett 1966 

East India Co. v. Tod 1869 

East London liy,Re 1639 

V. L B. & S. Ry . . . 606,2084 

East London W. W. Co v. Charles 866 

V. Kyffin 1268 

V. Ley ton 1067 

». Mile End Town .... 1364 

V. St Matthew, Bethnal Green 1419, 

1990 
East Molesey v. Lambeth W. W. 

Co 1492 

East Yorkshire S S. Co v. Hancock 1435 
East & West India Dock Co, i?e 881,1648 

V, Shaw 2084 

East & West Junction Ry v. G. W. 

Ry 1672 

Eastbourne v. Bradford 672, 1010, 2182 
Eastern & Midlands Ry, Re , . . 2267 

r. Mid. Ry 618,2053 

Eastern Counties Ry, i2e . . . . 416 
r. Marriage 1969 



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liii 



Page 
Eastern Telegraph Co v. Dent . . 2140 
Eastman, He , , . . 961, 1311, 178'^ 

ir. Baker 1848 

Eastman Co v. Comptroller Gen. of 

Patenu 698,699 

Easton p. Alee . . . 1448,1652,1664 

V. London Joint Stock Bank . 1261 

r. Penny. . . . 461,1726,1996 

r. Pratt 1719,1721 

r. Richmond .... 617,1878 

Easton EsUte Co v. Western Wag- 
gon Co 1769, 2265 

East wick v. City of London . . . 642 

(lastwood V. Honley 1847 

V. Kenyon 90 

V. Ixxrkwood . . . 628, 864, 1280 

V. Miller 1487 

Easum v. Cato 1286 

Eaton. Re 1, 1364 

V. Basker 666, 1896 

V. Hewitt 468 

». Johns 1152 

p. Lake 939 

p. Lyon 92 

u. Tapley 1983 

V. WatU 1581, 1632 

p. Western 1968,2016 

EaresUff v. Austin 1377 

p. Russell 1990 

Ebbetts p. Conquest 1720 

Ebbs, /26 1472 

Eccard p. Brooke 1241 

Eccles, /?« 1911 

^ p. Clieyne 625 

P.Mills 916 

p. Wirral 1951 

Ecclesiastical Commrs p. Kildare 266. 614 

r. N. E. Ry . . . . . 361. 1669 

r. Parr 1642 

p. Pinney 1090, 1960 

r. Rowe 646, 1464 

r. Treemer .... 646, 722, 993 

Ecclesiastical Commrs and New 

City of London Brewy, Re . . 1888 
Ecroyd p. Coulthard . . . 747, 1846 

Edan p. DudOeld 12 

Eddison p. Collingridge .... 483 

Eddy p. Eddy 667 

Eddystone Co. Re 204. 1874, 1897. 1432 
Eden p. Weardale Co . . . .493,1844 
Edenboroagb p. Canterbury . . . 1664 

Eder r. Attenborough 1417 

Edgar p. Blick 664 

Edge p. Boilean 1434 

p. Pemberton 239 

E*lgeberry ». Stephens .... 724 
Edgeware p. Colne Valley Water 

Co 1492 

Edgeworth p. Edgewnrth . . 888, 1672 
Edinburgh Ballarat Co p. Sydney 712 
Edinburgh Tramways Co p. Black 1492 

p. Edinburgh 2087 

P. Torbain 874 

Edison p. Westminster, &c. Tram- 
way Co 336 

Edith. The 1932 

Edmonds p. Blaina Co ... . 468. 469 
V. Foster 2283 



Pago 

Edmonson, Re 218;? 

Edmunds r. Gates 133i 

' p. Fessev 1900 

p. Jamei 1972. 2009 

p. Low 871,1396 

p. Waugh . . 241, 292, 1684, 1979 

Edmundson. /?e 1351 

Edsall p. Brooks 196 

Edward p. Trevellick .... 616. 583 
Edward Hawkins, The .... 1786 
Edwardes Co v. Chudleigh ... 9:]L 

Edwards. £j:n 225 

, Re 629, 586. 630, 937, 1812. 1473, 

1618. 1829, 2024, 2025 

p. Bagster 1713 

P.Carter 1664 

p. Dick 2195 

P.Edmunds 400 

p. Edwards 614, 616, 626. 627, 1066, 

1616, 2160 

p. Freeman 48 

P.Hall 619,648 

P.Hodges 1036,1136 

p. Jenkins 656 

p Jerons 813 

p. Lloyd 73 

p. Marcus 864 

p.Marston . . . 160,1148,1937 

p. Moseley 873 

V. Purnell 1335 

p. Roberts 722 

p. St. Mary, Islington . . . 670 

p. Salmon 72 

V. Standard Synde .... 7;J6 

p. Steel 88ii 

p. Tuck 1511 

p. Walters . . 12, 1146, 1173» 1717 

p. Whitehurst 258 

Edwick p. Hawkes 660, 744 

Eede, i?e 439,1868 

Egan,/?e . . . 1216.1238.1614,1705 
Egerton p. All Saints, Odd Rode . 1528 

p. Brownlow .... 760,1611 

p. Massey 386 

Eggp. Blayney 963,1379 

Egleton p. Barclay 7<>8 

EgUnton p. Norman . . . 1387, 1393 
Eglinton Trustees p. lul. Rev. . . 1821 
Egmont, /ee .... 1688,1714,1720 
Egremont p. Saul .... 449, 2045 

Ehrmann p. Ehrmnnn 1558 

Eichbaum p. Chicago Elevators . 1996 

Elvers p. Hamilton 1427 

Eland p. Medland. Re Medland . 16:^8 

Elborough p. Ay res 1 140 

Elcom, & . 3:^1,986,1133,1442,2035 
Elderton p. Emmens . . . 614, 1750 

Eldridge p. Stacey 3 

Electric & Magnetic Co, Re . . . 1970 
Eley p. Positive Assrce ... 62, 890 

Elgood p. Cole 694, 1574 

Elias p. Snowdon I'lil 

Elkington's Case 1802 

Ellam p. Martyn 2051 

Ellesmere. Re 2:30 

Ellesmere Co p. Cooper .... 1169 

Elliot p Clayton 1471, 1472 

p. N. E. Ry 457 



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Page 

Elliott, Re 627, 1989 

V. Bishop 734, 1382 

V. Elliott 806, 1940 

V. London Co. Co 1627, 1964. 2086 

p. Lord 1678,2162 

p. Montgomery 72 

V. Osborn 444. 1046 

f. Pilcher 2270 

r. Roberts 1107 

V. S. Devon liy . . . 2076, 2221 

V. Turner . 1346, 1348, 1887, 2243 

Ellis, i?xp 1144 

,Re 1068.1476 

V, Arnison 710 

V, Bartruni 97 

V. Bedford . 1634. 1689, 1789, 1790 

V. Burch, Thompson v. Ward . 690, 

896 

1\ Cory 2232 

r. De Silva 660 

P.Eden 746,788 

0. Ellis .... 1446, 1463, 1633 

V. FIraanuel 888 

V. Goulton 609 

t'. Houston 803 

i;. Hulse 63 

V. Kelly 2248 

V. London Co. Co. 667, 1949, 1951 

V. McCormick 661 

V. Maidstone 680 

V. Marshall 742, 816 

V. National Union .... 692 

i;. Nott Bower .... 261, 2176 

u. Ogden 160 

i;. Pearce 1426 

u. Plumstead 227 

V. Rowbotham . . . . 1466,1716 

p. Selby 1346,1611 

V. Woodbridge 280 

Ellison, /?fl 950 

V. Thomas 2069 

EUway v. Davis 666 

Elmore v. Hunter .... 1969, 2260 
Elrasley v. Young .... 1277, 1862 

Elphick V. Barnes 1784 

Elphinstone v. Bedreechund . . . 1167 

v. Monkland 1105 

V. Purchas . 1281, 1868, 1612, 2163. 

2184 

Elsam f. Denny 1760 

Elsdon. ^jrp 1445 

Elsee V. Gat ward 1760 

Eljiiey c. Kirby 1026, 1367 

Elt^more v. St Briavelis .... 1381 
Elstone v. Rose .... 88, 1714, 2174 

Elton. The 1254 

V. Brogden 1907 

V. Larkins 361 

Elve t'. Boyton 241, 364 

El well V. Jackson 473 

Elwes, /?«... 87, 88, 89, 1254. 1643 

I'. Brigg Gas Co . . . 1201, 12a3 

17. Maw 736,2166 

EI wood V. Bullock 1308 

Ely c. Bliss 1711,2062 

f. Cash 2062 

Elysin, The 1211 

Emanuel, Re 986 



Pag« 

Emanuel v. Bridger 289, 200 

». Fernii^re de Vichy Cie . . 1901 

Emanuel & Simmonds, He . 288, 1071 

Emblin v. Dartnell 742 

Embrey v. Owen 942 

Emden v. Carte . . . 1016, 1472, 1685 

Emerald, The 1706 

Emerton v, Selby 417 

Emery v. Barnett 1639 

V. England 2287 

Emilien Marie, The 2229 

Emma Co v. Grant . . . 214, 892, 1106 

V. Lewis 1677 

Emmens v. Elderton . . 60, 614, 1750 

V. Pottle 1619 

Emmerson v. Heelis 1882 

Emm er ton v. Matthews .... 1046 

Emmet v. Emmet 716 

Emmins v. Bradford 2259 

Emmy Haase, The 1892 

Emperor v. Rolfe 1432 

Empire Assrce, /^« 76,1101 

Empire Mining Co, Re .... 435 

Emsley ». N. E. Ry 1256 

Emuss V. Smith 852 

Engineer, The 1708 

England. Re 1437 

V. Webb 263. 266 

Engleheart v. Eyre 2287 

English V. Murray 217 

English Bank of River Plate, Re . 191, 

1107, 1603 
English Channel Steamship Co v. 

Rolt 268 

English, Scottish & Australian Bk, 

Re 1698 

English and Scottish Trust t\ Brunton469 

Engman v. Palgrave 212 

Enniskillen v. Reilly 952 

Eno V. Dunn 248 

t'. Tatham 396 

Enohin ». Wylie 256, 1283 

Enraght v. Penzance . . . 1221, 2186 
Entwistle t'. Dent .... 1176,1664 

0. Markland 2284 

Epsom V. London Co. Co. . . . 680 
Equitable Assrce v. Bishop . 1286, 1672 

Erichsen v. Last 264, 1672 

Ericsson, The 1764 

Ernest v. Loma Co ... . 1698, 2203 
Errington p. Metrop. Distr. Ry 675, 10')4, 

1728 
^— V. More wood, Rt More wood . 1574 

Erskine, zee 1356 

r. Adeane 1039 

Escott V. Mastin 2116 

Escritt V. Todmorden Socy . 1179, 1544 

Esilaile v. Maclean 1779 

Esk, The 2123 

Esnouf V. A-G. Jersey 494 

Espinasse v. Luffingham .... 647 

Espley y. Wilks 11 

Esquimau and Nanaimo Ry v. 

Bainbridge 1204 

Essequibo, The 1876 

Essex V. Essex 687 

Essington v. Vashon 478 

Etherittgton v. Wilson . 201, 887, 1405 



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Page 
Etherlej Grange Co o. Auckland . 680 

Eton Coa, Re 950 

Ettricke r. Ettricke 1021 

Earopa, The 1099 

European Banking Co, Re, Exp. 

Baylis 484 

, Master's Case 810 

European Blair Camera Co, Re 67 

European Life Assrce, Re . . 578, 2114 
European & Australian Royal Mail 

Cov. P. &0. Co 1868 

Euston 9. Seymour 1161 

Evans, Exp 1036 

, Ex p.. Re Barnard & Rosen- 
thal 1651 

, Exp,, Re Watkins . . 497. 1816 

, Re 9, 885, 439, 481. 876, 988, 1417, 

1516 

r. Angell 109,110,189 

V. Atkins 144 

V. Conway Jus 1081 

r. l)Hvies ... 826, 1882, 1456 

p. Davis 1307. 1555 

V. Evans 442, 448, 85S, 869, 860, 958, 

2062 

V. Hoare 1882, 1884 

p. Jackson 1783 

r. Jones 67.2283 

c. Lond. & N. W. Ry . 1028, 1981 

V. Manchester, S. & L. Ry . 15 

V. Merthyr Tydfil .... 1604 

V. Mostyn 1891, 1467 

V. Newport 1278 

r. Owen 2093 

V. Pratt 28 

p. Prothero 162. 654 

V. Roberts 826, 997 

V. Roberts. Re Roberts ... 186 

p. Robins 841 

p. Smallcombe 25 

p. Stevens 421, 561 

p. Vaughan 587 

p. Williamson, Re Roose . . 702 

Kvans and Finch's Case . . . 893, 896 

Evatt p. Hunt 1441 

Evelyn p. Evelyn 1171 

p. Whichoord 1387 

Everard v. Kendall .... 458, 1867 

p. Paterson 681 

Everett v. Everett 1296 

^— p. London Assrce . . . 720, 1697 

p Remington ... 86, 1^3. 1347 

Everitt p. Automatic Weighing Co 1097 

p. Davies 446 

Evers p. Challis 886 

Evershed's Case 2163 

Evershed p. Evershed 13 

p. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 2070 

Eversley, i2« 1240 

Everton, Exp 1029 

Ewart p. Graham 2 

— p. Jones 151 

Ewer r. Hayden 1068 

Ewing, Re 745 

Exchange Bk of Canada v. The 

Queen 359 

Exchange Telegraph Co p. Central 
News 1618 



Page 
Exchange Telegraph Co p. Gregory 204 

Exeter p. Heamnn 2176 

Exeter (Mayor of) u. Warren . . 2069 

Exhall Mining Co, Re 1662 

Ezmouth p. Praed 1897 

Ezmouth Docks Co 1648 

Explorer, The 466 

Eyies p. Ellis 1486 

Eyre p. Glover 1671, 1876 

p. Landi 86 

r. Waller 801 

Eyre and Leicester, Re 1. 102, 112, 1175. 

1888, 2114 

Eyston, Exp 66, 1460, 1971 

Eyton,Re 511 

P.Mold 1494 



F. 



Fairbairit Co, Re 2146 

Fairclaim p. Shamtitle 1059 

Fairclough p. Roberts 1748 

Fairfield v. Bushell 1014 

P.Morgan 1848 

Fairman p. Oakford 1666 

Fairport, The 637 

Fairtlough p. Whitmore . . 156, 2184 

Faithful p. Ewen 1290 

Faithful!, i?e, £:x p. Moore . . 484,715 

Falck p. Azthelm 1452 

Falcke p. Scottish Insrce . . 1654, 1787 
Falconer p. South Shields ... 667 

Falkner r. Butler 1263 

— ^ p. Somerset & Dorset Ry . . 2076 

Fallon. Ex p 1317 

Falls p. Belfast Ry 975 

Famenoth, The 489 

Fanagan p. Keman 942 

Fanshaw, Re, Ex p, Birmingham, 

&c, GasCo 661,1664 

p. Rotherham 1543 

Farbenfabriken, Re .... 698, 609 
Farebrother p. England .... 1840 
Fareham p. Smith .... 113, 2181 

Farewell p. Dickinson 1956 

Farington p. Parker 547 

Farley v. Danks 279 

p. Higginbotham . . . 1047, 1692 

Farlow. jEx p 829,994 

P.Stevenson .... 986,2012 

Farman, Re 668 

Farmer p. Farmer 514 

p. Giles 651 

p. Inl. Rev 634, 1118 

p. Legg 284 

p. Smith 2169 

p. Waterloo & City Ry . 105, 1903 

p. Wilson 186 

Fargiers' Dairy Co p. Stevenson . 2279 

Famham, Re 2198 

Farnum p. Admor. Gen. British 

Guiana 66-^ 

Farquhnr. Re 86, 02 

Farr p. Hennis 2074 

Farraday, if^e 1853 

Farrah p. Keat 1087 

Farran p. Beresford 1541 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Farrance v. Elktngtnn G22 

Farrands, /?« 1910 

Farrant ». Nichols 19o6 

Fairer v. Billing 2046 

V. Close 1953 

V, Kirkby 12 

V. Lowe 730 

p. St. Catherine's Coll. . . . 2260 

FarringtOD v. Meek 1168 

Farwell v. Boston Railroad ... 848 

Faulkner, /2e 369 

V. Boddington .... 170, 1823 

r. Litchfield 76,362 

V, Llewellin 780 

Fa are Electric Accumulator Co, Re 944 

Faversham v, Thanet 209 

Fawcett v. Feame 172 

V. Strickland 347 

V. Whitehouse 786 

i;. York & N. Mid. Ry . 877,1066 

Fawcett and Holmes, Re ... . 638 
Fawcett Assn & L. B. & S. Rj, Re 2269 

Fawkes, /?« 1904 

Fawsitt, Re, Galland v. Burton 30, 1172 

Fay V. Fay 611 

Fazakerley v. Ford .... 626,1614 

Fear i;. Castle 1962 

V. Freebody 806 

Fearnley v. Ormsby 1308 

Fearns v. Young 1034 

Fearnside v. Flint 292 

Fearon, Re 2067 

V. Aylesford 1213 

V. Mitchell ... 692, 1768, 1873 

V. Webb 302 

Feast V. Robinson .... 810, 1310 

Featherstone, Re 308 

Fecitt V. Walsh 1782 

Feilden t^. Slater . . . 1607, 1748, 1922 

Felix u. Gordon 817 

Felkin v. Berridge 176 

Fell V. Christ's College 836 

V. Off. Trustee of Charity 

Lands 296, 1230 

Fellows ». Thornton 661 

Feltham, Re 1211 

Fenn v. Grafton 1167, 1193 

V. Miller 934 

Fenna v. Clare 1300 

Feunell t;. Ridler i:364 

Fenner v. Blnke 19% 

Fenner and Lord, Re 273 

Fennessey v. Clark 684 

Fenton, Ke^ Armitage v. Askham . 49 

V. Browne 1806 

i^. Wills 1788 

Feu wick i;. Croydon 1949 

y. E.Lond. Ry . . . 467,1266 

I'. Robinson 48. 726 

V. Schmalz 14 

Ferguson, iRe 1866 

V. Davison 650, 1688 

u. Ferguson . . . 779, 1940, 2046 

V. Green 1796 

r. O'Gilby 1815 

Ferguson to Buckley, Ex p. . . . 1007 
Fergusson v. L. B. & S. Ry . 896, 1496 
Fermoy's Case 1443 



Fernandez, Exp 19b7 

Feronia, The 1098 

Ferrand v. Hallas Co . . 672, 678, 1386 

V. Wilson 2067 

Ferrer's Case 2028 

Ferro, The 1162 

Fesenmayer v. Adcock .... 1009 
Festing V. Allen . . . 907,1846,2234 

V. Taylor 483 

Fetherston v. Fetherston .... 862 

Fetter i;. Beal 277 

Few'iDgs, Ex p. Re Sneyd . . . 2138 

Ffinch V. Combe 98, 1306 

Fickns, Re 2, 1861 

Field, Re . . 288, 699, 1071, 1833, 1881 

». G. N. Ry 660 

v. Hopkins 2048 

— 17. Manlove 1361 

V. Mitchell 658 

V. Peckett 898, 1494 

V. Wagel Co 699 

Field S. S. Co v. Burr ... 901, 1456 
Fielden o. Ash worth . . . 124. 1700 

i;. Morley .... 31, 1629, 2064 

V. Slater .... 1607, 1748, 1922 

Fieldhouse v. Croft 1217 

Fielding v. Corry 646 

V. Rhyl 1268, 1619 

Figg V. Moore 662 

Filbey v. Combe 1772 

Filbum V. People's PaUce Co . . 665 
Filby V. Hounsell .... 1690, 1957 
Fillingham v. Bromler . . 1109. 1311 

P.Wood. . ." . . . .40,1387 

Filliter r. Phippard 16 

Filshie v. Evington 600, 936 

Financial Corp., Re 1342 

Finch's Case 1166, 2147 

Finch t;. Boning 1282 

V. Finch 110 

V. G. W. Ry .... 1687, 1746 

Finchley Electric Co u, Finchley . 2181 
Finck V. Lond. & S. W. Ry . . . 496 

Findlay, Re 2106 

Findon v. M'Laren 1616 

Finlason v. Tatlock .... 862, 1349 
Finlay u. Bristol & Ex. Ry . . . 1856 

V. Darling 630, 1796 

V. Mexican Investment Corp 675, 

678, 989 

Finley, i?e 993 

Finney v. Grice 898 

Finnic v. Glasgow Ry 17b9 

Finnis to Forbes 296, 297 

Fire Queen. The 1759 

Firmstone's Case 390, 989 

Finh, Er p., Re Cowbum . 1296, 2103 

V. Fielden 2241 

». Palmer 2117 

V. Staines 106, 1655 

Fisenden v. Levy 212 

Fish, Re . . 1268. 1264, 1266, 1670, 1906 
Fishburn v. Hollingsbead .... 1668 

Fisher, i?<j 673 

t'. Adelaide Insrce .... 142 

V. Black & White Co . . . 151 

V Brierley 1515 

V Drewett . . 94,1220,1567,1679 



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Page 

Fishery Fopd 1010 

V. Hepburn 1241 

V. Howard 2092 

r. Lee 1941 

c. Leslie 1009 

f. Ogle 1660 

p. Shirley 680 

Fisher and Qrazebrook, /2e . . . 1345 

Fitch V, Rawliiig 449 

Futon V. Accidental Death Insrce 116, 

874, 1811 

Fits r. lies 882, 838, 2016 

Fitzgerald*8 Case 41 

Fitzgerald, Be . . 607, 927, 1277, 2288 

p. Champneys 1909 

V. Dressier 91 

V. Field ... 899, 938, 1636, 2165 

p, Firbank . 668,713,727,728,886 

p. Fitzgerald 332, 614 

p. Hosford 1046 

p. JerToise 399 

p. Kinsella 1829 

FitzUardinge v, Jenkinson 486, 674, 2016 

p. Pritchett 1785 

Fiuherbert v. Heathcote .... 1014 

Fitzjohn v. Mackinder 1591 

Fitzoiaarice, Re 24 

FiUpatrick, Re 613, 1310 

p. Kelly ........ 44, 126 

Fitzroy v. Howard .... 770, 1053 

V. Ridimond 190'i 

Flack, /2e 949 

Flannagan v. Bishopwearmouth . 2246 

Flecha,The 1251 

Fleck, Re, Colton r. Roberts 395, 1564 

Fleeming v, Howden 1865 

Fleet, £:xp 1824 

V. Metrop Asylums Bd . 1298, 1299 

Fleetwood V. Hull .... 459.2073 
Fleming p. Buchanan .... 993, 998 

p. Burrows 633, 2232 

p. Crouch 180 

r. Hislop . 86, 1064 

p. Mancliester, S. & L. Ry . 392 

V. New Zealand Bank ... 878 

p. Newton 1604 

p. Self 1578 

Flemvng, Re 186, 1849 

Fletcher, f:*p 784 

, -£:x p., /Jc Bainbridge ... 309 

p. Baker 462 

p. Dyche 1445 

p. Fields 329 

P.Fletcher 308 

P.Gillespie 73 

p. Hudson .... 96, 166, 5.30 

p. Inglis 1454 

p. Nokes 1293, 1413 

p. London United Tramways 1644 

p. Sondes 271,413 

p. Sterenson 477 

Flight p. Booth 688 

P.Thomas 1002,1008 

Flint, ^z/? 1900 

.Re 423 

p. Barnard 478 

p. Flemyng 772 

P.Howard 1167 



Page 

Flint p. Pike 1963 

Flintham p. Roxburgh 1638 

Floating Dock Co, Re 256 

Florence p. Jenings 995 

p. Paddingtoiw. 1849 

Florence Land Co,^« ... 194, 2121 

, Re, Ex p. Moor 469 

Florence Nightingale, The . . . 1241 

Flower p. Allan 1670 

V. Bradley 43 

p. Darby 1891 

Flowers, Re 398, 1152 

p. Chaml)ers 662 

Floyd p. Lyons 127, 2228 

Floyer p. Bankes . . . 1220,1966,2171 
Fluester p. M'Clelland . . . 1564, 1565 
Foakes p. Jackson ...... 2241 

Fobbing Commrs p. Regina . . . 1806 
Foggassns' Case, Bonham's Case . 920 

Foinett p. Clark 1498, 1950 

Foley p. Addenbrooke . . . 1681, 2266 

p. Burnell 1618 

P.Foley 1387 

p. OaUagher ... 26, 131, 2000 

p. Parry 1532 

p. United Insrce 140 

Folkard p. Metrop Ry 2145 

Folkestone v. Brooks 650 

p. Ladd 550 

p. Woodward 894 

FoUit V. Eddystone Quarries Co . 1212 

Foot p. Baker 94, 797 

V. Hodgson 1943 

Footner p. Cooper 1583 

Forbes' Case 282,610 

Forbes, i2e 1816,1921.2259 

p. Asplnall 1866, 1868 

p. Balenseifer 1094 

p. Ball 1632 

P.King 794,1161 

p. Peacock 2063 

p. Ross 1476 

Ford's Case 299,821,824 

Ford, /?« 662 

^— p. Barnes 589 

p. Beech 2002 

p. Cotesworth 2161 

P.Drew 1735 

P.Hart 1785 

V. Kettle 147 

p. Lond. & S. W. Ry ... 2128 

p. Metrop Ry 975 

p. Oamaru 2281 

p. Pye 1786, 2028 

p. St. Louis & N. W. Ry . . 2206 

p. Tynte 1358, 2057 

p. Wiley 445 

Ford's Charity, Re 1447 

Ford's Co p. Bartlett 1985 

Forde's Case 939 

Fordham p. Clagett, Re Clagett . 1446 

p. Speight 1580 

Fordom p. Parsons 245 

Fordyce p. Willis 2029 

Foreign & Colonial Government 

Trust, Re 237, 401 

Foreman p. Free Fishers of Whit- 
stable 80. 1608 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Forest Oak S. S. Co v. Richard 1385, 

1501 

Forest of Dean Co, Re 1258 

Forest S. S. Co v. Iberian Co . . 2267 
Forget i;. Baxter . .^ . .341, 842, 2039 

w. Ostigny . .• 799 

Forman v. Whitney 388 

Forquet i;. Moore 1995 

Forrest v. Carte 650 

Forsdike v, Colqahoan .... 1983 

r. Stone 911 

Forshaw v. Cliabert 1809 

Forster, Exp 174 

. Re 1877 

V. Clowser 1088 

V. Farquhar 817 

i;. Hale* 871,1154 

Forsyth v, Bristowe .... 23, 1420 

Fort, Re 393, 1416 

Fortescue v, Mer. Bank .... 954 

Forth V. Chapman 530 

Fortune v, Hanson 1200 

Forward v. Pittard 28, 29 

Forwood V. North Wales Mut. Mar 

Insrce 9 

u. Watney 550 

Fosberry v. Waterford Ry . . . 010 

Foskett t;. Kaufman 1248 

Foss, Exp., Re Baldwin . . . 824, h25 

Foster's Case 1887 

Foster, /?« 89 

V. Borax 1354 

V. Diphwys Casson Co . . 269, 1040 

V. Dodd 2U 

V. Edwards 1026 

I'. Fowler 1166 

If. Kraser 226, 227 

r. Fyfe 083 

e?. G.W.Ry 542,1152 

V. Hayes 1012 

V. Inl. Rev 404 

V. Leonard 2055 

u. Mulhall . , . 179,1323,1578 

V. Newhaven .... 1815, 1891 

V. North Hendre Co ... . 2268 

tv Owen 1814 

V. Pointer 2248 

V.Smith 1716 

t;. Tucker 616 

V. Usher wood .... 1.371, 1089 

V. Wheeler 61 

V. Wybrants 1014 

Foster and Lister, Re 1621 

Fotherby v. Metropolitan Ry . . 2095 

FothcrgiU's Case 927 

Foulds, Re, Ex p. Learoyd ... 58 

Foulger v. Arding 918 

V. Steadman 2249 

Foundling Hospital v. Garrett . . 1096 

Fountain u. Rogers 1674 

Fountaine v. Carmarthen Ry . . 1975 
Fourth City Bg Socy v. Williams . 1983 

Foveaux, Re 294, 296 

Fowell V. Franter 1347 

Fowkes V. Manchester Insrce 52, 412 

Fowle V. Fowle 577 

V. Freeman 1957 

Fowler, Re 225 



P»g« 

Fowler t;. Churchill 294 

V. English & Scottish Mar 

Insrce 1328 

r. Foster 1166 

V. Mon. Canal Co 1188 

w. Padget 1348 

». Perkins 1174 

Fox, Exp 358 

, Re 1900, 1997 

i;. Clarke 1312, 2210 

w. Fox 891, 2238 

r. Martin 197 

V, Newfoundland Government 881 

17. Smith 1761 

V. Star Newspaper .... 540 

Foxbourne v. Vernon 449 

Foxley's Case 784 

Foxon t;. Gascoigne 1680 

Foxwell V. Bostock 838 

». Van Grutten .... 588, 859 

Frames v. Bultfontein Co . 1266, 1837 

France v. Clark 196 

V. Dutton 1885 

Francesco r. Massey 1090 

Francis, Re 1510 

r. Boulton 1413 

V. Grover 674 

1-. Mass 44,592 

r. Nash .. ^ .... 269, 309 

V. Steward 2246 

r. Turner 2 

Franco v. Alvares 1223 

Franconia, The .... 455, 840, 1385 

Frankland, Re 1029 

Franklin v. Godfrey 1728 

V. St. Cross 75 

Franks v. Rollans 998 

Frank um v. Falmouth 2279 

Frape.126 .... 60,212,939,1884 

Fraser v. Burrows 1417 

V. Murdoch 888 

V. Telegraph Construction 

Co 1984 

Fraunce's Case 750 

Frazer v. Hatton 486 

Freason v. Loe 428 

Frederick Mole^ The 198 

Fredericks i;. Howie . 1484,2029,2042 

V. Payne 879, 1485 

Freedom, The 1455 

Freeland u. Neale 1612 

Freeman v. Appleyard . . . 822, 826 

I'. Baker 704 

V. Cooke 4 

V. Cox 1372 

t;. Freeman 1063 

V. Gainsford 1323 

U.Pope 2198 

V. Read 141, 249, 1294 

Freer v. Murray 930 

V. Rimner 1751 

Freestone, ^^x p 1488 

Freke v. Calmady, Re Hotchkys . 645 

Freme, /?« 1841 

V. Clement 525 

French v. Gregory 1728 

r.Hoey 1619 

Frend v. Dennett . . 1854, 1856, 1857 



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Freshfield V. Reed 146 

Freweii r. Orr 1941 

Fnarjr v. Singleton . . . 181, 132, 1346 
Fricker p. Van Grutten .... 1386 

Frid u. Fenton 381 

Friedeberg, The 642 

Friedlander, /2e 608 

V, London Assrce .... 692 

Friend. Re 10, 106, 1806 

i;. Shaw 1080, 1204 

V. Towen 1248 

FrlBhy^Re 1487 

Frith, Aj 1814 

p. Frith 1479 

c. Rotherham .... 494, 1722 

Frith & Osborne, /2e 1414 

Fritz u. Hobson 786 

Froglej r. Phillips 1261 

Fromant v, Ashley 1257 

Frost, Re 891 

p. Holland 102,2094 

p. Frost 1441 

p. WUIiams 18, 82« 

Fry. Re 037 

p. Chartered Mer. Bank . . 866 

p. Fry 809, 2142 

P.Lane 764,2123 

p. Raggio 928, 2267 

Frvcr, Re 1029, 1182 

p. Bodenham .... 132.3, 2023 

p. Moriand .... 611, 629, 1966 

p. lianken 1656 

Fryman, Re 1352 

Fuentes p. Montis 1006 

Futford p. Blatchford 1492 

Falham, The 1787 

p. Goodwin 782 

p. London Co Co . . . 573, 1802 

^^ p. Solomon 321 

P. Thanet 202 

Fuller, Re 739, 1077 

p. Alford 699 

p. Bishop 1358 

p. Blackpool Co ... . 674, 940 

p. Chamier 860 

p. Hooper . . . 871,1412.2036 

r. Mackay 275. 278 

f. Ferryman 798 

Fuller and r.eathley, Re 643, 1 41 1 , 1412 

Fullers p. Squire 2272 

FuUick p. Evans 1646 

Fulwood's Case 801 

Furher, /?« 1113 

P.Cobb 756,1143 

Fumess p. Caterham Ry . . . . 2122 

p. Forwood 15. 620 

p. Tennant 84, 1363 

Fumess Ry p. Cumberland Bg 

Socy 11 

p. Inl. Rev 1939 

Furniss p. Mid. Ry 1159 

Furnival v. Crew 781 

Fumivnll p. Grove 1995 

P.Hudson 1674,1937 

Fursdon p. Clogg 24 

Furtado & Jeffries, /?e 1879 

Fusilier, The 177 

Fyenoord, The 482 



G. 

G.yRe 918,1141 

G. p. L 1831,2060 

Gabay v. Lloyd 1226 

Gadd, /?c 643 

p. Houghton 741 

Gaffee. /?e 991 

Gage p. Brealey 49 

p. Elsey 812, 1686 

Gainsford p. Dunn 1748 

Gairloch, The 460 

Galatti p. Wakefield 376 

Gale p. Bumell 1146 

p. Laurie .... 1236, 1868, 2174 

Gall p. Esdaile 2272 

Galland p. Burton .... 340, 1172 
Gallard, Re 964, 1414, 1670, 1739, 1791, 

1863 

Galley v. Barrington 1.S69 

Galllers v. Rycroft 305 

Gallini p. Noble 1216 

Gnllop and Central Queensland Meat 

Co 101 

Galloway p. London . . . 1948. 1962 

p. Maries 1488 

Gaily, Re 221 

Galsworthy p. Strutt 1106 

Galvanized Iron Co p. Westoby 1647, 1868 
Galwey, Re .... 212, 1092, 1996 

p. Barden 250 

Gambart p. Ball 408 

Gambler v. Lydtord 180 

Gamble, Re 818 

Gambles p. Ocean Insrce . . 624, 2204 

Gamboa. Re 862 

Game, Re 1716 

Gandyp. Gandy . . 67,866,1141,2160 
Ganly p. Dowling 1218 

— p. Ledwidge 1164 

Gann p. Free Fishers of Wlutstable 80 

Gannet, The 141 

Gappp. Bond .... 1867,2179,2180 

Garbjr p. Harris 936, 1086 

Garcia p. Garcia 614 

Gard p. Commrs of Sewers . . . 2016 

Garden p. Bruce 1436 

Gardiner, /?« 1273 

p. Gray 2219 

p. Grout 12 

p. Jewers 1287 

p. Macfarlane .... 898,2116 

p. Slater 122 

Gardner p. Cowles ...... 2106 

p. Hart 1391 

p. Hodgson's Co .... 86, 1757 

p. Ingram 622 

p. Lond. C. & Dover Ry 1616, 2122 

p. Mansbridge 2248 

p. Trechmann 366 

Garforth p. Esam 1626 

Gariand, Re 868, 1769 

Garment p. Barrs 1907 

Gamett. Re . 308, 684, 791, 1656, 1962 

— p. Backhouse 730 

p. Bradley 957, 1908 

p. Inl. Rev 1703, 1792 

Gamett Orme to Hargreaves, Re . 2108 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 
GRTTArd, Ex p., Re Lewer ... IGO 

y. Edge 9'20 

Garratt v. Niblock 179 

Garret v. Jolinsnn 2045 

Garrett u. Marylebone 58 

f. Noble 899 

Garrick v. Camden 1277 

Garrud, Re, Ex p. Newitt .... 1817 
Garston Ship Co v. Hickie . . . 1246 

Garth v. Cotton 2202 

Garton v. Bristol & Exeter Rj 1667, 2128 

». G. W. Ry .... 1560, 2128 

-^— V. Gregorj 120 

Gartsides v. Inl. Rct 1964 

Garvey 17. Hibbert .... 1211,1303 
Gas Float Whitton, The 1786, 1866, 1868. 

2276 

Ga8kell,/?e 37 

V, Harman 1216 

Gaskin v. Rogers 1076, 1442 

Gaslight Co. v. South Metrop Gas 

Co 1990 

Gaslight & Coke Co v. Hardy . . 781 

V. Smith 731 

Gath p. Howarth 2097 

V. Lees 1344 

Gathercole v. Smith 138, 2087, 2089 

Gatty V, Field 1961 

Gauaer v. Dasrenaike 49 

Gaunt V. Finney 1299 

Gauntlet, The, H. v. Elliott . . . 1244 

Gay V. Cadby 1092 

Gayford t^. Chouler 2243 

V. Moffatt 2225 

Gayner v. Sunderland 772 

Gazard v. Cooke 2007 

Gaze, Ex p., Re Lane 765 

Geach v. Ingall .... 52, 418, 1923 

Geake v. Ross 500, 1981 

Geams v. Baker 902 

Geary w. Physic 2277 

Geaves i'. Price 1901 

Gebhardt t;. Saunders 1351 

Gedge v. Royal Ex. Assrce ... 887 
Gedye v. Commrs of Works . . . 1515 

Gee, Re 1839,1345 

U.Bell 497 

V. Liddell 1997 

Geen v. Newington 571 

Geiger v. Filor 2231 

Geipel V. Smith 1746 

Gell V. Burgess 419 

1;. Watson 1226 

Gem, Exp 1803 

Gemma, The 773 

General Assrce v. Worsley . . . 522 
General Estates Co, Re .... 1261 

General Ex. Bank, /2^ 1007 

General Horticultural Co, Re . . 1916 
General Insrce Trieste v. Cory . . 2180 
^— V. Royal Exchange Assrce 153, 

1764, 1958 
General Share Co v. Wetlev Co . 1107 
General Steam Nay. Co v. British & 

Col. Steam Nav. Co . . . 1245, 1509 

0. Hedley 441 

v. Slipper 1778 

Generoas, The 1981 



Gennari, Re 1904 

Genu Re 712 

Gentle v. Faulkner . 129, ISO, 182, 403 

George, /?« 1333,1717 

r. Carpenter 2098 

V. Goldsmith's Insrce . . . 2191 

George Arkle, The 2128 

Geraldes v. Donison 2229 

Gerard, Re . 121. 702. 922, 1049, 1054, 
1055. 1085, 1087, 1157, 1675, 1841 

V, aowes 204 

V. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 1054 

Gerard and Beecham, Re , . . . 1713 

Gerhard v. Bates 874 

V. Montague 932 

Germ Milling Co v. Robinson . . 1668 

German v. Chapman 1555 

German Date Coffee Co, Re , . . 1034 

Gerring v. Barfield 1308 

Gervis v. Peade 239 

Gery V. Redman ....... 1767 

Geswood, Re 7 

Gether v. Capper 1397, 1594, 1790, 2204 

Gethin v. Allen 1076, 1737 

Gianaclis, Re 57 

Gibb V, Inl. Rev 405 

Gibbins v. Eyden 1918 

Gibbon V. Paddington 1411 

u. Phillips 1720 

Gibbons v. Gibbons 1851 

V. Hickson 1516 

V. Rule 222 

0. Vouillon 1214 

Gibbs, Re 478. 646 

V. Barrow 328 

». G. W. Ry 291 

^— V. Lawrence 823 

V. Messer 712, 1590 

u. Rumsey 1470,2146 

Giblin v. McMuUen 840 

Gihney v, Clayton 55 

Gibraltar Sanitary Commrs v Orfila 397. 

2182 
Gibson, £'xo., 7?c Lamb .... 1291 

, Re 1237 

V. Barton 1158, 2283 

V. Brand 1159 

V. Clark 2190 

V. Doey or Doeg 2208 

V. Fisher 1451 

V. Hammersmith Ry 734, 1159 

V. Ireson 1616 

V. King 891, 1566 

V. Kirk 642, 1410 

V. Muskett 202 

V. Preston 878 

V. Small 180VJ 

V, Sturge . .• 497 

Gibson & Co, Re 1016 

Gieve, Re 798 

Gifford c. Willoughby Co ... 737 

V. YarborouKh 914 

Gifford & Bury. Re 1866 

Gilbart v. Wandsworth . . 805, 2168 

Gilbert, Re 1750, 1755, 1983 

u. Boorman 2066 

V, Lewis 1828, 1900 

i>. Tomison 800 



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Page 
Gilbertson v. Gilbertson .... 2037 

Giles, Re 99, 717, 1760 

V, Grorer 669 

r. Hooper 1709 

». Jones 1234,2071 

V. Melsom .... 63, 1896, 1918 

». The Cynthia 773 

p. Walker 1300 

Gill r. Bagshaw 197 

V. Barrett 2044 

V. Continentel Gas Co . . 886, 931 

o. Shelley 303 

GiliaiB 9. Arkwright 1976 

p. Taylor 696,1607 

Gillespie v. Cheney ..... 119, 120 

p. Winberg . 878 

GilleUv. Green 911 

GilUat p. Gilliat 1730 

Gillibrand, £x p., /2<} Walker . . 1360 

GilliDgham v. Beddow 828 

P.Walker 880 

Gillmore p. Shooter 224 

Gillooley p. Plunkett 872 

Gilman p. Crowly 1702 

p. Elton 1616 

Gilmore, Arc 1111 

Gilmour p. Mauroit 1616 

Gilpin V. Kendle 1923 

Gilroy p. Price ....... 1810 

Ginesi p. Cooper 827 

Ginger, Re 376 

Gipps p. Gipps 374 

Giraud p. Uichmond 2286 

Girdlestone r. Brighton Aquarium 481 

p. Doe 1349 

Girrin p. Gtepe 1876 

Gisbome p. Gisbome 643 

Gisboume p. Hurst 1616 

Gittings p. McDermott .... 862 

Given v. Massey 396 

Gjers. /2e 1316 

Gladding p. Yapp 1040 

Gladstone, Re 96 

p. Fadwick 82, 1822 

Glaholm p. Hays 1667, 2203 

p. Rowntree 1749 

Glanystwyth, Tiie . . 830,2083,2099 

Glasbrook p. Owen 636 

Glasgow p. Fade . 1201, 1202, 1203, 1204 

p. Glasgow & S. W. Ry . . 1342 

p. Glasgow Tramway Co . . 670 

r. Inl. Revenue 691 

p. M'Ewan 874 

Glasgow Packet, The 1098 

Glasgow Tailors p. Inl. Rev. ... 296 
Glasgow Union Ry p. Caledonian 

Ry 1986 

Glasier p. Foyster .... 723,1810 

p. Rolls . . . 142, 267, 1079, 1266 

Glassington p. Rawlins . . 778, 1224 

Gleadow p. I^ieetham 484 

Gleaves p. Parfitt 2186 

Gledhill p. Crowther 1082 

p. Hunter 1687 

GledsUnes p. Allen 2261 

p. Royal Ex. Assrce . . . . 1127 

Glen p. Fulham 1016 

«-^ p. Lewis 76 



Page 

Glendevon, The 618, 1461 

Glenfruin, The 460, 1809 

Glengall p. Barnard 1882 

Glengyle, The 1787 

GlenUvet, The ... 234, 1868, 1946 

Glennie p. Delmar 264 

-^— p. Glennie 374 

Glenny, Re 889 

Glenochil. The 1162, 1246 

Glenton & Saunders, Re . . . . 2144 

Glory Paper Mills, Re 931 

Glossop p. Heston 1164 

p. Spindler 1170 

Gloster p. Murphy .... 918, 2016 
Gloucester Bk p. Rudry . . . 816, 829 

Glover, i2« 1881 

p. Andrew 2263 

p. Chancellor 604 

p. Coleman 26, 1276 

V. Halkett 653, 1699 

r. L. & S. W. Ry 814 

Glubb, Re 2201 

Gluckstein p. Barnes 1811 

Glyn p. E. & W. India Dock Co 17, 183 
Glynn p. Margetsou 624, 808, 1094. 1297, 

1626 

Gnat p. Laurence 1869 

Goblet p. Beechey 1030 

Goddard*B Case 486 

Goddard p. Carlisle 2126 

p. Smith 1282, 2268 

Goddart p. Haselfoot I(>d2 

Godden p. Corsten 1918 

Godefroy p. Dalton 1891 

Godfrey's Case 78 

Godfrey, Re 986 

p. Davis 803 

p. George 621 

p. Poole 1821 

p. Watson 1034 

Godson p. Sanctuary .... 462, 779 

Godwin p. Brind 2096 

p. Francis 1289 

p. Schweppes 808 

P.Walker 127,1439 

Goetz,7?« 876,449,1619- 

Gold p. Turner 276 

Gold and Norton, Re 94 

Gold Co, Re 362, 1038 

Gold Ores Co p. Parr 1106 

Golding p. La Sainte Union . 746, 1327 

p. Wharton Co 1342 

Goldring, Re, Ex p. Harper . . . 1809 
Goldschmidt p. Whitmore ... 168 

Goldshede v. Swan 46, 1222 

Goldsmid, Re, Exp, Taylor ... 484 

, Re, Mocatta p. A-G. ... 769 

p. Hampton 1818 

Goldsmith p. Slattery 1.388 

Goldstein p. Foss 920 

p. Vaughan 2086 

Goldstraw p. Duckworth .... 1676 
Goldstrom p. Tallerman .... 1143 

Gonne r. Cook 1349 

Gonty p. Manchester, S. & L. Ry . 1170 

Gooch's Case 2196 

Gooch, Re 9 

p. Clutterbuck 780, 967 



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TABLE OF CASES- 



Page 
Gooch V. Gooch .... 840, 367, 851 

Good V. Good 742 

p. Isaacs 460,2161 

V. Lickonsli, Re Bullock 101, 183 

V. Lond. S. S. Owners' Assn . 920, 

1246 

V, Walker 171, 882, 1262. 2080, 2089 

Goodall, lie 1264 

Goudbody & Co and Balfour & Co, 

He 1154 

Goodburn r. Marley 707 

Goode V, Goode 867 

». Job 24 

Goodenougb, Re 447 

Goodhand r. Ayscougli . . . 214, 976 

Goodhew v. Williams 1654 

Goodier v. Edmunds 1462 

Goodlad V. Burnett . . 1287, 1296, 1940 

Goodlock V. Cousins 1782 

Goodman, Re ... . 306, 1278, 1945 

V. De BeauToir 1854 

V. Griffiths 166 

I?. Robinson 1309 

V. Saltash 727 

Goodrigiit V. Moses 1621 

V. Straphan 499 

Goodright d. Drewry r. Barron 772 

d. Hall i;. Richardson ... 1347 

d. Thompson v. Saul . . . 169 

d. Walker v, Davids .... 2208 

Goodson's Case, Re Alexandra Pal- 
ace 822 

Goodtitle v, Billington 1706 

i;. Herring 861, 802 

V. Otway 633 

v. Paul 700 

i;. Southern ... 700, 1312, 1839 

Goodwin, Re , , . . 804, 1841, 1966 

f. Robarts 1065, 1802 

U.Sheffield 1482 

Goodwyn o. Cheveley 1664 

Goodyear v. Weymouth .... 374 

Goold u. Teague 1818 

Goolden u. Tiiames Conservators . 172 
Gopeekishen, &c v. Brindabunch un- 
der, &c 323 

Gophir Co v. Wood 999 

Gordon, £ar 11 121 

,Re 689,983,1816 

r. Atkinson 593,1741 

w. Cann 1984 

i;. Duff 1929 

V, Gordon . . 125, 374, 443, 1238 

p. G. W. Ry .... 620,2245 

V.Harper 2100 

V.Jennings 1833,2205 

V. London City Bank . . . 1436 

v. Potter 1223, 2200 

V. Rae 1286 

V. Rutherford 1674 

V. St. Mary, Abbotts ... 1411 

V. Street 596 

V. Williamson 1654 

V. Woodford . . 2050, 2057, 2217 

Gore V. Commrs for English Fish- 
eries 731 

17. Lloyd 1500 

V. McDermott .... 728, 1055 



V%ge 

Goreley, Exp 896 

Gorgier v. Mieville 1261 

Gorman, Ex p 856 

Gorringe v. Irwell Works . . . 476 

Gorrissen's Case 1491 

Gorrissen v. Perrin .... 160, 1297 
Gorsedd S. S. Co v. Forbes ... 446 

Gorslett v. Harris 263 

Gorton v. Bristol & Exeter By . . 2060 
Gosden v, Dotterill .... 669, 1216 

Gosling,/?*! 1877 

». Brown 2179 

V. Green 1126 

V. Newton 1632 

». Woolf 1073 

Goslings 17. Blake 2285 

Goss V. Kelson 2234 

». Sharpe 1160 

Gossain v. Gossain 80 

Gosset, i?e 47 

Gossett V. Campbell 716 

Gough, Exp 826 

If. Everard 1516 

17. Gough .... 517, 1060, 1182 

Gould, Ex p., Re Salmon & Woods 116, 

1868 

, Re 478 

», Bacup 1657 

V. Haynes 1488 

V, Sharpington Syndicate . 62, 250. 

625,2114 
Gouldsworth i*. Knights .... 177 
Gourlay, /?«, Ax /). Abbott . . . 1816 

Goutard v. Carr 650 

Gover v, Davis . . . 648, 1683, 2040 

Governments Stock Co, Re . 263, 401, 

605,1186,1626 

t7. Manilla Ry 786 

Gowan v, Wright 2198 

Gower v. Gower 933 

V. Main waring 778 

Gower's-Walk Schools v, Lond., 
Tilbury & Southend Ry . 975, 1793 

Gozzett V. Malilon 1272 

Grace v. Bishop 433 

17. Clinch 754,911 

V. Newman 206 

Graff V. Evans 1782 

Grafftey r. Humpage .... 664, 792 

Grafton v. Armitage 826 

17. Watson 1309 

Graham v. Barras .... 1666, 1779 

17. Connell 1603 

V. Ewart 2, 902 

17. Furber 891 

17. Graham 1034 

V. Lee 66, 145, 2088 

17. Londonderry 1400 

t7. Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1341, 2147 

17. Robinson 1446, 1758 

Grahame,/?e 1209 

V. Graharoe 45 

Grainge v. Wilberforce .... 998 

Grainger, Re 1738 

17. Aynsley .... 394, 551, 2269 

17. Gough . 66.265.666,685,746, 

1732, 2078, 2079, 2257 
17. Martin 2174 



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Grand Canal Co v. M'Namee . . 287 
Grand June. Canal Co v. Petty . 1618, 

1627, 2076 

V. Shugar 1966 

Grand June W. W. Co v. Brentford 721, 

1726 

V. DaTies .... 87, 664, 2030 

V. Hampton 1792 

Grand Union Canal Co v. Ashby . 3o0 

Grange v. Silcock 272 

Granger v. Aynsley . . . 894, 661, 2269 

p. Dent 1657 

P.George 2100 

Grant, /2e 2107 

V, Anderson ... 264, 398, 1489 

V. Banque Franco-Egyptienne 1910 

r.Coverdale .... 621,1112 

V. Da Co«U 2178 

r. Dyer 1848 

p.Easton 471,1107 

r. Ellis . 646, 936, 1684, 1711, 2062 

r. Gould 1167 

P.Grant 1264 

t'. Gunner 347 

V. Hulton 837 

r. Kavanagh 1308 

V. Langston . . 148, 660, 898, 896, 

1873, 1902, 1948 

r. Lynam 696, 1701 

V ^faddox . . . 1222, 2228, 2283 

c. Munt 491 

V. Mussett 1219, 1988 

V. Norway 1634 

r. Pazton 767 

V. Slww 881, 9tX) 

r. Thompson 1140 

V. Winbolt 1021 

Gratton, ife 2137 

Graver v. Temple 7 

Graves, Re, Ex p. Walker . . 68, 1479 

i;. Ashford . . . 408, 1240, 1693 

P.Colby 2069 

— - r. Graves 614 

p. Hicks 1962 

Gray. /2e 470,1221,1277 

p. Carr 465 

P.Cook 1041 

p. Cookson 2196 

p. Garman 1346, 2048 

p. Golding 1966 

p. Gray 1632 

p. Hopper 1371 

P.Jones 809 

p. Leidemann 666 

p. Smith . . . 828, 997, 1770, 2256 

p. Sylvester 1439 

Gray burn v. Clarkson 400 

Graydon, /?« 1472,1772 

Grayson, Re 1769 

p. Atkinson 2020 

Grayston, Re 1858 

Great BriUin S. S- Assn p. Wyllie 137 
Great Central Ry p. Metrop Ry . 1616 
Great E. Ry p. Hackney 891, 963, 1388. 

1389 
Great Indian Peninsular Ry v. 

Saunders 683,1413 

r. Tarnbott 1128 



Page 

Great Kruger Co, 226 1033 

Great Marlow Case 1736 

G. N. Ry p. Coal Co-operative Socy 354, 

1898 

p. Great Central Ry . . . 663, 960 

p. Inl. Rev. . 404,656,1703,1718, 

1781 

p. Lurgan 22 

p. Palmer 1819,1981 

p. Shepherd 1473 

p. South Yorkshire Ry . . . 2070 

p. Tahourdin 1645 

p. Winder 1446 

G. N. Salt Works, 12e 1642 

Great Pacific, The 1127 

Great Ship Co, /{e 16:30 

G. W. Coal Co, /2e 1326 

G. W. Ry p. Bagge 379 

p. Bailie 412, 2188 

p. Bennett 860 

p. Bishop 1801, 1349 

p. Blower 2187 

p. Bunch 1478 

p. Central Wales Ry 874, 684, 1728 

p. Edwards 1473 

p. Halesowen Ry . 1144, 1728. 1896 

p. Inl. Rev 404 

p London & County Bank 451. 1287 

P. McCarthy .... 1090.1667 

P.May .... 1728,1984,2184 

p. Ry Commrs 668, 683 

p. Rous 2052 

p. Sutton .... 1101, 1788, 1789 

p. Swindon Ry . 595, 711, 869, 870, 

1054, 2029 
Great Wheal Polgooth Co, Re , . 1325, 

1577 
Great Yarmouth p. Groom . . . 1928 

Greated p. Created 1848 

Greater Lond. Property Co p. Foot 1849 

Greathead p. Morley 770 

Greatorex p. Shackle 1343 

Greaves, Re . . 1063, 1511, 1613, 22.36 

, /?«, Ex p. Whitton .... 479 

p. Simpson 860, 862 

p. Wilson 981 

Grecep. Hunt 114 

Green. Re 86, 278, 598, 856, 1714. 1716 

p. Baverstolk 877 

p. Bolton 1357 

p. Cresswell 474 

p. Davies 162,1577 

p. Eales 677 

p. Elmslie 258 

p. Giles 1429 

p. Gosling 1125 

p. Green 628 

P. Irish Independent Co . . 1234 

P.Lucas 1567,1679 

p. Marsden . . . 694, 1580. 16«8 

p. Marsh 148, 487 

p. Mepham 1384.1408 

p. Paterson .... 649. 816. 1621 

p. Penzance . . . 273, 698, 866 

P.Price 1105 

p. Sevin 1499 

r. Thompson 2110 

p. Tribe 2260 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Green r. Wood 1016,1349 

I'. Young 1746 

OreenawRj r. Adams 128,602, 1888, 2118 

V. Hart 184, 865 

Greenbirt v. Smee 611 

Greene, Re 1644 

V. Gordon 806 

P.Greene 1631,1583 

t;. Thornton 1-382 

Greenham i;. Child 17;i3 

Greenock & Wemyss Bay Ry v. 
Caledonian Hy . . 767, 1647, 2063 

Greenough t;. Eccles 49 

Greenslade v. Darby . 1461, 1687, 2186 

y. Tapscott . . . 129,1314,2119 

Greenway v. Greenway .... 1.340 
Greenwell v, Howell . . . 1465, 1605 

V. Low Beechburn Co . . . 278 

Greenwich Co. Co. Registrar. Re . 1724 
Greenwood, Re . . . 181, 1277, 1821 

V. Briggs 1026 

V. Hornsey 18, 2046 

V. Leather Shod Wheel Co . 1290. 

2144, 2208 

». Sutcliflfe 21,2118 

Greer, /?« 214 

V. Young 1685 

Gregg ». Coates 1732 

V. Smith 1442 

Gregory's Case 427 

Gregory v, Henderson 1459 

V. Tuflfs 1603 

». W. Mid. Ry 1667 

Gregson, Re 1998 

». Watson 578 

Grehan. Re 822 

Greig v. Bendeno 126 

V. Martin 197 

Grendit v. Baker 499 

Grenfell v. Girdlestone 24 

r. InLRev 1016 

Gresham Assrce v. Bishop . . . 1679 

V. Styles 1678 

Grctton v. Haward 865 

Greville v. Browne .... 291, 1743 
Greville-Nugent v. Mackenzie 1840, 1712, 

1772 

Grey. /2c 92.305,2067 

v.A-Q 1426 

V. Curtice .... 357, 404, 1588 

». Friar 863 

— V. Jenkins 629 

t;. Pearson 992,1849 

Grev's Brewery, /2« 1562 

Gribbin v. Kirker 1825 

Grierp. Grier 1391,1840 

Griesley's Case 1689 

Grieve v. Grieve 306 

Grieves v. Rawley .... 223, 1263 
Griffin. Re . . 236, 239, 268, 812, 1288 

V. Taylor 502 

Griffith. Ex p., Re Wilcoxon . . . 2190 

, Re 840, 560. 1910 

. flc. Cam;. Griffith . . 1602.2084 

V, Hodjres 1995 

V. Hughes 940. 985 

V Pasret 1681 

t;. Selby 1656 



Page 

Griffiths, JfEe 620 

r. Evan .... 694, 1248, 15l«0 

V. Gale 524 

V. Griffiths 147 

v. Hatchard 10O2 

V. Lond. & St. K. Dock Co . 1171 

V, Mortimer 200O 

17. Rigby 2280 

V. Taylor 758, 912 

Grigby r. Cox 2125 

Grigg ^.National Guardian Co 136. 193, 499 
Grill V. General Iron Screw Collier 
Co . . . .167,839,1259,1464,2244 

Grimbly r. Ackroyd 276 

GnmeB,£xp 1691,1889 

Grimman v. Legge 1995 

Grimshaw, /?e 2236 

Grimston v. Turner 914 

Gnmvftide, Ex p 716 

Grindell v. Brendon 2069 

V. Godmond 1250 

Grindey, /^e 1008,1673 

Grissell v. Robinson 416 

Grizewood v. Blane 2058 

Groom, Re 2087 

V, Cheesewright 1686 

Grossniith, Re 697 

Grosvenor r. Hampstead Junct. Ry 895 

Groux Co V. Cooper 2^17 

Grove, Re 666, 1278, 1946 

— V. Dubois 495 

V. Marshall 1014 

Groves v. Volkart liJ57 

V. Wright 382 

Gruffly r. Pindar 2056 

Grundy. Re .... 416, 1910, 1<.»69 

Gryffyth v. Jenkins 1031 

Gryll, 12« 1082 

Guaglieni v. Matthews 1603 

Gude r. Mumford 321 

Gue, /?€ 1264 

Guerin, Re 1241 

Guest V. Cnldicott 2245 

1;. Poole, &c, Ry . . . .860,1631 

Gugen V. Sampson .... 222,1190 

Guidot V. Guidot 1053 

Guild i;. Conrad 91,957 

Guilmette 17. Mossop 1359. 

Guinness. Re 641 

GuitermsD, Re 1590 

Guldfaxe, The 455 

Gullan r. Grove 1244 

Gully r. Davis 1658 

r. Exeter 2028 

V. Smith 1807, 1308 

Gummoe r. Howes 865 

Gundry,/?6 179,1840 

V. Pinniger 1278 

Gann v. Roberts 1251 

Gunning r. Gunning 1181 

Gunnsstad v. Price 156 

Gunter v. Metrop Police . . 1697, 1763 

Gumey,/?« 1094 

V. Gumey 1077 

Gurrr. Scudds 1699 

Guthrie V Fisk 1971, 1979 

p. Walrond 646.924 

Gatteridge v. Munyard . . 1820, 1719 



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Page 

Gnj r. CYiurchill 287, 1686 

Gayer o. The Qaeen . . . 795,2007 

Gwilliain v. Twist 1257 

Gwillim V, Daniel 1796 

r. Gwillim 24 

Gwjnne v. Davy 488 

V. Knight 870 

r. Muddock 860 

Gjeo. Felton 2194,2196 

Gyett r. Williami 525 

GyngaX\,Be 2230 



H. 

Habbrdashbrs' Co, Exp. . . , 10 
Habergham v, Ridehalgh .... 1860 
Hack r. Lond. Prov. Bg Socy . . 551 

Hackney v. G. £. Ry 212 

Haddan, Re 1491 

Haddock v, Humphrey . . 2057, 2232 

Haddon v. Haddon 586 

Haden, Re 61 

Hadfleld*8 Case 83 

Hadfleld v. Liverpool . . . 600,2151 
Hadgraft V. Hewitt . . . . 1414,2099 
Hadleigh Castle Co, /26 . . . . 862 

Hadley v. Beedom 131, 808 

V. Clarke 612 

p. Hadley . . . 1435,1817.2079 

V. Perks 224, 853 

Haford Hotel Co, Re 76 

Hagen, iZe 1370 

Haggar 9. Neatby 1847 

Haggin v. Comptoir d'Escompte . 264, 
411,1327,1734 

Hahn n. Corbett 258 

Haig V. Swiney 561 

Haigh, Jf?e 538 

V. Brooks 45, 378 

V, Royal Mail Steam Packet 

Co 456,1127 

F. Sheffield 909, 1487 

Hailes p. Marks 1668 

Haines V. Bamett 2157 

V. Welch 701, 1683 

Hale, l?« 1487,1910 

F.Hale 1111,2183 

Hales F. L. & N. W. Ry .... 1664 
Haley f. Haromersley . . . 637, 1200 

Haiford F. Half ord 2036 

F. Kymer 994, 998 

Halhead f. Toung 1570 

Halifax Banking Co f. Oledhill . 1624 
Halifax Commercial Bk and Wood, Re 967 

lUn, Exp 162 

, Re 803, 882, 865, 1014, 1095, 1264, 

1354, 1447, 1532 

, Re, Ex p aose . . 192, 198, 2088 

, Re, Ex p, Rocke 1816 

F. Barrows 605 

F. Box 1873 

F. Brand 2097 

p. Bristol 456 

p. Byron 346 

r. Comfort . . . .148,671,1294 

p. Cox 1128 

p. Derby 1602 

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Page 
HallF.Ewin .... 181,1160,1774 

r. Fisher 700 

p. Franklin 2079 

p. Hall 867, 444. 525, 569. 603, 604, 

1583, 1890 

p. London Brewery .... 503 

p. L. B. & S. Ry 40.\ 431. 679, 944, 

1425, 1672 

p. May 132 

V. Metcalfe 1313, 2023 

P.Norfolk 278 

p. Nottingham 449 

p. Pritchett 290, 472 

p. Reid 2098 

p. Richardson 2243 

p. Robertson 2137 

p. Smallpiece .... 227,1954 

p. Smith 905 

p. Snowden 502 

F.Thomas 680 

p. Wallace 203, 661 

p. Warren 1779 

p. Wright 29 

Hall to Sutton. Re 230 

Hallen p. Runder 826, 997 

Hallett, 7?« 229,1264,1814 

llallifax p. Wilson 1432 

Halligan p. Ganly 1089 

Halpin, /?« 1991 

Halsey's Case 2064 

Halsey p. Brotherhood 2080 

p. Hales 707,1821 

Halton p. Cove 2169 

p. Foster .... 927, 1277, 2137 

Haly, /?6 546 

Hambleton, Re 528 

Hambro p. Hambro 1713 

Hamer, Exp 477 

p. Sharp 1667 

Hames v. Hames 1387 

Hamilton's Case 792 

Hamilton, i?^ . . 882,1530,1531,1532 

p. Bass 323 

p. Brogden 946,905 

p. Buckmaster 333 

p. Chaine 2108 

p.Dunlop 1093 

p. Foot 1737 

p. Graham 1990 

p. Hamilton .... 7, 586, 1021 

p. Lloyd 117, 477 

p. Mer. Mar Insrce .... 1576 

p. Musgrove 595 

p. Pandorf .... 14, 1453, 1464 

p. Paton 1830 

p. St. George, Hanover Sq. . 283 

Hamilton and Cnsey, Re ... . 706 
Hamilton and Sharpe, Re . . . 886 

Hamington p. Rydear 753 

Hamlet, /20 1119 

, Re, Stephen p. Cunninprham . 1075 

Hamlyn p. Bettely . . . 30. 1206, 2103 

p. Crown Insrce . . 16, 677, 1182 

p. Wood 1901 

Hammersley, Re . . 603, 899, 1867, 1667 
Hammersmith Ry p. Brand . . . 974 

Hammerton p. Honey 449 

Hammond, i;xf) 799,1163 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Hammond i;. Hill 1711 

w. Hocking 1143 

V. Malcolm 828 

V. Mather 758 

V. Kcid 523 

V. Smith 6 

Hammond and Waterton, Re . , 112 

Hamond v. Jethro 1189 

Hampden t; Buckinghamshire . . 903 

V. Wallis 1372 

V. WaUh 609 

Hampshire v, Wickens 2153, 2154, 2155, 

2157. 2158 
Hampstead i;. Hoopel . 1272, 1431, 1949 

Hampton v. Holman 308 

V. Southwark Co 1067 

Hanbary v, Jenkins .... 1846, 2229 

V. Lovett 1169 

r. Tyrrell 872 

Hance v. Harding .... 891, 1622 

Hancock, i2e 2241 

V, Austin 1712 

r. Hancock 1844 

V. Somes 754 

Handcock, Re 881, 1014 

Handsworth v, Derrington 1741, 1793, 1849 

r, Taylor 1949 

Haney. iR« 2277 

Hanfstaengl t*. American Tobacco 

Co 124,1568.1569 

V. Baines 1726, 1797 . 

?'. Empire Palace Co 408, 409, 1726, 

2004 
Hanfstaengl Art Co v. Hollo way . 1568 

Hankow, The 1414 

Hanks v. Bridgman .... 497. 1439 

Hanna, The 1424, 2083 

Hannam, Re 1860 

Hannan v. Power 24 

Hannay, Re 697 

Hannington v. True 1918 

Hanrahan v. Limerick S. S. Co . 2268 

Hanrott v, Evans 1062 

Hansen v. Harrold .... 282. 2261 

Hanson, Re 654, 607 

V. Armitflge 12 

V. Graham 2234 

Hanway V. Boultbee . . 758,775,910 

Harbin ». Darby 1570 

Harborne Ry v, Lond. & N. W. Ry 1931 

Harbottle v. Terry 2098 

Hnrburg Co v. Martin 842 

Hardacre v, Nash 1076 

Hardcastle v. Bielby 71, 1047, 1068, 1281 

y. Hardcastle 2143 

V. Jones 615, 1651 

Harcourt, Exp 1833 

Harden Co, Re 697 

Harding r. Glyn . . . 695. 1581, 1701 

V. Harding 130 

V. Headington 649 

V, Metropolitan Ry . . . . 2095 

r. Stokes 1766 

V. Wilson 2226 

Hardley. Re 2107 

Hardman v. Johnson 1 109 

V, Maffett 2269 

Hardwick, Re 439 



Paipe 

Hardwick v. Brown 030 

V. Hardwick TOO 

r. Thurston 2137 

Hardy, Re 912, 937 

p. Bern 1176 

V. Fetherstonhaugh .... 6SO 

V. Fothergill . . . 471. 690, 109O 

V. Ryle 1885, 2058 

Hare r. Barstow 1200 

V. Burges 1710 

V, Copland 1626 

f. Henty 1664 

V, Putney 181 

Hare and O'More, Re 1887 

Haren v. Archdale 1370 

Harford v. Lynskey .... 264, 562 

Hargreave v. Spink 1164 

HargreaTes, Re 183 

V. Dawson 930 

V, Diddams 2054 

V, Hopper 784, 1010 

Harington v. Moffat 1861 

Harker, Exp,, Re Tatum ... 489 

Harland v. Trigg 1581 

Harley r. Mitford .... 806, 1969 

Harling. Re 1911 

Harlock v. Ashberry . . . 1487, 1687 

Harloe v. Harloe 2037 

Harman. Re 1238 

V. Homer 107 

W.Johnson 1803 

V, Owden \?M 

V. Richards 435 

V. Vaux 1943 

Harmann ». Powell 50 

Harmer v. Cornelius . . . 1891, 1892 

Harmon r. Park 368, 1752 

Harms v. Parsons 1100 

Harnett© Vyse 817 

Harold v, Daly 188 

Harper, A"x/> 875,1969 

, ^z/)., i?eGoldring . . . . 1309 

, Ex p., Re Tait 98 

V, Granville-Smith .... 1784 

V. McCarthy .... 462,2267 

V. Marcks 666 

V. Morley 322 

V. Williams 284 

Harper Co v, Wright Co . . 1269. 1809 
Harper and G. E. Ry, Re . . 875, 1969 
Harrington v. Harrington . . . 1897 

V.Pole 1241,2040 

V. Ramsay 1849 

Harris. Arp 172,2260 

, Re , . . 696, 906. 996, 1665. 1991 

, Re, Powell v. Goodale ... 482 

V. Amery 236, 2078 

V. Beavan 1821 

V. Best-Ryley 615 

». Brisco 297,1140 

V. Cockermouth Ry . . . . 2128 

V. Darley 81i9 

— r- V. Davis 1348 

V. De Pinna .... 228, 696, 1363 

V. Franconia, The .... 623 

V. Gamble 1499,1918 

r. G. W. B 1126 

V. Harris . . . 616, 733, 788, 1661 



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Page 

Harris r. Jacobs 1057 

r. Jenkins 1171 

V. Jenns 221. 711, 13^0, 1868, 2268 

w. Judge 1026 

V. Loftus 1012, 1013 

V. London Co. Co 1183 

V. Lond. & S. W. Ry 399, 1262, 2086 

17. Mantle 230 

V. May 2279 

V. Mobbe 1308 

V. Newton 1080, 1278 

V. Nickereon 2262 

r. Perkins 440 

p. Phillips 283 

p. Poynep 1716 

V. RothweU 724 

^■^ V. Soaramanga 803 

p. Slater 1861 

V, Tubb 816, 1621 

V, Wall 1665 

p. Warre 1170 

Harrison, Exp., Re Peake 661, 1664, 1713, 

1916 

, Re 62, 197, 304, 686, 662, 931. 932, 

940, 1011, 1648, 1909, 1910, 2066,2240, 

2252 

, Re, Ex p. Jay 1817 

V Anderston Co 1270 

r. Barrow in Furness . . . 1742 

V. Barton 1028 

V Blackburn 824,1361,1367,1470 

V. Brongh 815 

V. Bush 1669 

r. Carter 72 

p. Cornwall Minerals Ry . . 96 

p. Foreman 606 

p. Good 40, i:i01 

r. Grady 1260 

p. G. N. Ry 1697 

p. Harrison 895, 942, 1686, 1686, 1803, 

2065, 2160 

P.Hyde 1226 

p. Mexican Ry 1558 

p. Mid. Ry 1189 

p. Muncaster 1640 

p, Paynter 1217 

p. RutUnd 878 

p. Southwark, Ac, Water Co 1299 

p. Symons 1013 

V. Taylor 1269 

p. Wardle 1591 

p. Whitaker 616 

Harrison and Bottomley, Re . . 498 
Harrison and Ingram, Re ... . 1844 

Harrod p. Harrod 2142 

p. Worship 93 

Harrold v. Watney 1300 

Harrop p. Bayley 67 

p. Ossett 81, 1629 

narrower r. Hutchinson . 861, 624, 1609 
Harrowing S. S. Co p. Toohey . . 2089 

Hart p. Aldridge 1026 

p. Alexander 1867 

p. Baxendale 1886 

p. Beard 1408 

p. Bush 12 

V. Hart . . 1446, 2164, 2166, 2160 

p. Holmes 2238 



Page 
Hart p. Middleton .... 1222, 1223 

p. Standard Mar Insrce . . 1009 

p. Swaine 771 

p. Tribe .... 1581,1632,2241 

p. Tulk 1206 

p. Windsor ... 503, 1039, 1086 

Hartfleld p. Rotherfield .... 1553 

Hartley's Case 890 

Hartley, Re . . 805, 1466, 1691, 2283 

p. Allen 733 

p. Halse 1210 

p. Hudson 127, 298, 2011, 2012, 2014, 

2015 

p. Maddocks 1714 

Hartnall, i?« 1902 

Harton p. Harton 1459 

Hartopp i\ Hartopp 1586 

Harts home p. Nicholson .... 759 

Harty v. Davis 1182 

Harvest, The 2071 

Harvey, /?« .... 819,1465,2088 

—^ V. Barnard's Inn 1968 

— '--' V. Broad 72 

p. Brydges 743 

p. Facey ." J129 

p. Farnie 623 

p. Harvey 702 

p. Johnston 1192 

p. Lyme Regis 1069 

p. Municipal Bg Socy . . . 2168 

p. Olliver 416 

Harvie p. S. Devon Ry .... 895 

Harward p. Frost 1794 

Harwood p. G. N. Ry . . . . 92, 726 

Haseldine, Re 308 

Hasker, Exp 273 

p. Wood 570, 957 

Haskins p. Newcomb 359 

Haslam Co v. HaU 1028 

Haslewood p. Consolidated Co . . 1148 

Haslock p. Fergusson 2146 

Hasluck p. Clark .... 478, 1477 

Hassall p. Lawrence 2257 

Hasson p. Chambers 590 

Hastelow p. Jackson 509 

Hastie, Re 304 

Hastings, Re 483, 434, 661, 662, 1814, 1916 

p. Hastings 933 

p. N. E Ky . . 81, 951, 1078, 2027 

p. Pearson 1188 

p St. James, Clerkenwell . . 2237 

p Whitley 140 

Haswell p. Haswell .... 615, 1670 

Hatch p. Hatch 1276 

Hatfield p. Phillips 10()6 

Hatter p. Ash 778 

Hatton p. Harris 16 

^— V. Haywood 497 

p. Kean 149 

V. Treeby 261 

Haughton p. Empire Mar Insrce . 140 
Havelock v. Hancill .... 168, 1006 

V. Rockwood 1649 

Haven Co, Re 1034 

Haverington's Case 753 

Haviland p. Haviland 5H 

Hawes p. Draeger 169 

V. Hawes 1759 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



HawcB V, leader 2198 

r. S. E. Ky 1461 

Hawke, /?«, Ax ;). Scott .... 114 

V. Brear (560 

r. Corn 1018 

V.Dunn 1487 

Hawkes v. Hubback 091 

llawkings v, Newman 134 

Hawkins, /?e 476,626 

V. Bridgwater J 118 1188 

V. Gathercole 60, 1909 

V. Hawking .... 867, 476, 628 

V. Butter 696, 2063 

1;. Walrond 187,1624 

Hawksley V. Outram . . . 1626,1783 
Hawksworth v. Cliaffey .... 1068 

V. Hawksworth 1348 

Hawley v. Simpson 1334 

Haworth v, Ormerod 1691 

Hawtajne v. Bourne 1266 

Hawtiiorn v. Newcastle By . 084, 2149* 

V. Shedden 806, 806 

liny, He 398 

u. Goldsmidt 69 

-^ 17. Norihcote ..'.... 1166 

V. Perth 1266 

r. Swedish, &c, By . . . . 1212 

i;. Tower Justices . 406, 707, 768 

17. Trinity House 1424 

Haycraft Co, Rb 635 

Hayden v. Tiverton 32 

Haydon v, Bose 1482 

17. Taylor 944, 2252 

Haydon Bridge School, /2e ... 686 

Hayes, /?e 1161,1914 

17. Alliance Assrce .... 1840 

17. Bickerstafife 1640 

V. Dexter 672 

17. Hnyes 68 

V. Stephenson 2136 

Hayes Common Conservators v. 

Bromley 1178 

Haygarth,/?e 176 

Hayle,/?e 1406 

Hay les V. Pease 1008 

Hayman v. Bugby School . . . 1496 
Hayn 17. Culliford . . 1246,1260,2091 

Hayne i7. Burchell 827 

t'. Cnmmings 866, 429 

V. Bhodes 1977 

Haynes, /?e 1312 

. Re, Ex p. Nat. Mer. Bank . 1310, 

2103 

17. Barton 49 

17. Doman 1746 

17. G. \V. By 2246 

17. Halliday 199 

V. Haynes 321. 1643 

v. King 386,989 

Hays 17. Bickersta£fe 1434 

Hayward, Re 164, 627, 1760 

17. Cannington 2109 

17. Homer 1840 

V. James 631. 1678 

V. Scott 942, 1676 

Haywood, Re 1666 

t'. Brunswick B- Socy . . . 1774 

t'. Silber . . 1102, 1969, 2164,2160 



Hazle, i2e 2025 

Heach v. Prichard 80O 

Head v. Head 169 

Head and Macdonald, Re , . . . 633 

Healey v. Batley 878 

17. Storey 1025 

(7. Thames Valley By . . . 1242 

Healyp. Healy 1779 

Heap V. Day 1439 

W.Hartley 836,1686 

Heaphy, i?e 213,1001 

Heard v. Heard 889, 616 

t\ Holman 468, 1868 

Hearle r. Hicks 1866 

Hearn r. Baker 1998 

17. L. & S. W. By 1126 

Heame v. Edmunds 1944 

17. Garton 1047 

Hearson v. Churchill 208 

Heartley v. Banks .... 1823, 2023 
Heasman i7. Pearse . . 1014, 1969, 2044, 

2046 

Heath v. Burdcr 49 

17. Crealock C28, 1821 

17. Hall 1626 

V. Heape 292 

17. Milward 328 

t7.Pugh . . . 319,722,744.1687 

p. Bollason . . . 617, 1269, 1430 

V. Smith 92 

Heathcote, Re 2172 

Heathe t7. Heathe 1862 

Heather v, Webb 936 

Heathfleld S. S. Co t7. Bodenacher 260 

Heatley t7. Newton 1188 

Hea wood 17. Bone 1122 

Hebbert v. Purchas . . 1858, 2168, 2184, 

2206 
Hebblethwaite t7. Peerer .... 1027 
Hecla Foundry Co v. Walker . . 968 

Hecquard, Re 691 

Hedderwick v. Griffin .... 206 

Heddy t7. Wheelhouse 2266 

Heden v. Atlantic Boyal Mail Steam 

Nav. Co 764 

Hedger v. Steavenson 1762 

Hedges t;. Hedges 667 

t7. London Docks Co . ... 2180 

V. Preston 808, 2196 

Hedgman, Re, Morley v. Croxon . 769, 

1990 

Hedley, Re 873 

17. Fenwick 1366 

17. Pinkney Co 1809 

Heelis v. Blain 88 

Hegarty v. Milne 664 

17. Shine 83, 966 

Heginbotham, Re 1142 

Heinrich, The 1638,1746 

Heitzmann 17. Gowenlock . . . . 1114 
Helby v. Matthews .... 240, 1346 

Hele V. Gilbert 117 

17. Ogle 7 

Helene, The 1069 

Hellawell v. Eastwood 734 

Hellier i7. Casbard 2286 

Helsby, Re . , 1829, 1886 

Helsham v. Barnett 696 



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llemans v. Hotchkiss Co ... . 1642 

Hemingway, Re 1076 

Hemp V. Garland 277 

Uemsworth Grammar School, Re . 536, 

580,620 
Henderson. /?« .... 716,717,1724 

, Be, Ex p, Lewig 1616 

r. Australian Hoy. Mail Steam 

Co 1857 

p. Bank of Australasia . 945, 1920 

V. Comptoir D'Escompte 183, 839, 

1261 

c. Eason 1680 

V. Farbridge 67, 603 

r. Hay 346,2157 

V. Kennicott 629 

r. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 1480 

r. MaxweU 204 

r. Shanklaud 2073 

p. Thorn 1720 

Hendon v. Pounce 381, 632 

Hendricks v. Australasian Insrce Co 688, 

808,1334 

Hendrie, /?« 937 

Hendriks v. Montagu 2082 

Heneage v. Andover 1716 

Henfrey v. Henfrey 883 

Henley, Re 1402 

Henly p. Lyme 1610 

Hennessy p. Bray .... 861, 2108 

p. McCabe 662- 

Henniker p. Chafy 40 

p. Henniker 405 

Henrette p. Booth ...... 893 

Henretty v. Hart 1487 

Henrich Bjom, The 1251 

Henriques. Re 1412 

Henry p. Antrim 71, 1286 

p. Armitage .... 811, 987, 1856 

p. Ball 1899 

p. G. N. Ry 560 

P.Smith 1027,1551 

Henry Clay Bock & Co, /2e . . . 641 

Hensey v. White 15 

Hensloe's Case 1004 

Henslow p. Fawcett 418 

Hensman p. Fryer 1918 

Henthom p. Fraser 1087 

Henton, /?« 237 

Henty p. Henty 515 

p.Regina 1471,1659 

Henwood p. OTerend . . . .871,872 

Hepburn p. Skirving 1296 

Hepworth p. Pickles 2208 

Heraud p. Leaf 1521 

Herbage Rents Charity, /2c . 1713,2035 

Herbert, Re 803, 461 

p. Forbes 1724 

V. Herbert 85 

p. McQuade 1573 

p. Reid 1832 

Hercules, The 8*26 

Hercyma Copper Co, Re ... . 1632 
Hereford Case, R. p. Jones ... 879 
Hereford Waggon Co, /2< ... 890 
Heritable Reversionary Co p. Mil- 
lar 1583 

Hermann v. Seneschal 1628 



Flige 

Hernaman p. Smith 275 

Hero, The 1177 

Heron p. Donellan 310 

p. Granger 1(599 

p. Stokes 1277 

Herring p. Barrow, Re Thomson 547 

p. St. Paul's 1929, 2204 

Herron p. Hathmines Commrs 523, 10(58 

Herse p. Dufaux 874 

Hersloe's Case 778,1004 

Hertford p. Lowther .... 648, 824 
Hervey p. McLaughlin .... 1846 

Heseltine v. Heseltine 923 

p. Siggers 826 

P.Simmons 491,2196 

Heske p. Samuelson 492 

Heskethp. Lee 931,1971 

Hester p. Hester 237,2120 

Heston and Isleworth p. Grout 175, 570, 

1758 

Hetherington, Re 553 

p. Groonie . . . 926, 1384, 1937 

Hetley p. Boyer 542 

Hetling and Merton, Re ... . 2244 
Heugh p. Chamberlain .... 612 

Heurteloup's Case 724 

Hewer, /?« 1734,2101 

p. Cox 1783 

Hewett, Re 631 

p. Thompson 1670 

Hewitson p. Sherwin 1437 

Hewitt, Re 890, 1846 

p. Cory 1988 

p. George 1412 

p. Price 1021, 1614 

p. Taylor 1975 

p. United Marine Insrce . . 1000 

Hewlett p. Allen 1438 

Hewlins p. Shippam 594 

Hewson and Listowel, Re . . . 502 

Hewston p. Phillips 1077 

Hextp. Gill. . . 1201,1202,1208,2257 

Hey man p. Flewker 56 

Heyne, Re 1651 

Heys p. Tindall 1892 

Hey wood p. Hey wood 2137 

p. Mallalieu 865 

p. Potter 119 

p. Whitehead 1200 

Hey worth p. Hutchinson .... 1790 

p. Knight 1182 

Hibbard p. Lamb 1998 

Hibbert v. Acton 227 

p. Hibbert 1264, 1700 

Hibblewhite p. M'Monne . . 486, 2058 
Hibernian Bank p. Gilbert ... 45 
Hibonp. Hibon . . . 1193,1537,1890 
Hick p. Raymond .... 1664, 1963 

p. Tweedy 1667 

Hickey, Re 376, 712 

Hickinbotham v. Leach .... 581 

Hickley p. Greenwood 1917 

Hickling p. Fair 1011,1074 

Hickman's Case 2070 

Hickman p. Birch 846 

p. Isaacs 1320 

p. Maisey 878 

Hicks, £:j/>. 1983 



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Pa«e 

Ilicka V Duostable 131G 

V. Gardner 1620 

p. Ross 90 

r. Sallit 1156 

Hide V, Whistler "2263 

Hides V. LitUejohn .... 388, 1893 

Higginbottom's Case 122 

Higgins, /?e 485 

V. Dawson 1738 

V. Grant 1166 

». Hall 120 

V. Harding 1055 

V. Northwich 114 

Iligginsiiaw Mills, lie 1562 

Higginson v. Hall 1417 

r. Weld 2119 

Higgs* Case 77 

Hi^ii Wycombe v. Thames Conser- 
vators 2247.2249 

Higham u. Wright 615,616 

Highland Chief, The ... . 485, 577 
Highland Ry v. G. N. of Scotland 

Uy . . 684 

U.Jackson 2070 

Highmore v. Primrose 2173 

Highworth p. Westbury-on-Severn 307, 

2240 

Hilder v. Dexter 2124 

Hildesheimer u. Dunn . . . 1398, 1864 

Hildred v. Ingram 1615 

UWl, Exp 271,555.1365 

, ^x p., i2c Bird . . 1,1232,2189, 

2201 

, Ex p., Re Darbyshire ... 755 

, £a: p., /?« Roberts .... 1713 

, Re , 35, 1091, 1897 

V. Barge 1174 

V. Broughton 338 

V. Brown 643, 706, 1583 

D.Browning 245,1422 

V. Bullock 734 

». Cooper 26, 585 

V. Crank 71 

P.Crook . .308,304,526,903,992, 

1166,1253,1265 

V. E. & W. India Dock Co 488 

P.Edward 1378 

p. Exeter, Bp of 1621 

r.Fox 1938,2119 

p. Grange . . 109, 270, 1 166, 2068 

V. Grant, Re Dickson 395, 938, 948 

p. Hair 572 

p. Haire 1909 

p. Hill 362, 866, 1076, 1532, 1633. 

2104 

I.London 2146 

p. Lond. & County Assrce . . 1176 

p. Mason 160 

p. Mid Ry 870,2109 

p. Fatten. . . . 790,1877,1866 

p. PotU 657 

p. Priour 2045, 2070 

p. Rowlands 1201 

p. Scott 994 

P.Smith 1164,2071 

p. S. Stnfifordshire Ry . 500, 1981 

p. Stawell 24 

p. Thomas 680,2144 



Psge 

Hill p. Walker 932, 984 

p. WalUsey . . 897, 1557, 1949 

p. Wilson 1256 

Hill to Chapman, i?e . . . 606,2000 

Hilliard p. Constable 198 

— — p. Jennings 432 

Hillman, Exp,, Re Punifrey . . 1622 

Hills, £:*p 1565 

p. Evans 1345, 1348 

p. Hills 568 

p. Lond. Gas Co . . . 1845, 1348 

V. Mesnard 1436 

p. Renny 714 

p. Sughrue 918,2130 

Hilton V. Hopwood 59 

p. Tucker 198 

Hime p. Dale 1864 

Hinchlifife, Re 666 

p. Armitstead 670 

p. Westwood 1081 

Hinde, /?« 911 

p. Chorlton 707, 2181 

p. Gray 603 

Hindle p. Taylor 872,1970 

Hindmarch, £xp 632 

Hinds, /?€ 1881 

Hindson p. Ashby .... 914, 1846 
Hinks p. Safety Lighting Co . . 123 

Hinton p. Duff 1383 

p. Spark es 1106 

Hipkins p Birmingham Gas Co 71, 1320, 

1490, 1973, 2220 

Hire Purchase Co p. Richens . . 182 

Hirst p. Halifax 878 

w. Horn 2249 

p. Molesbury ... 796, 988, 1483 

p. Williams 798 

His Majesty's Procurator v. Stone 2060 

Hiscock, Re 35 

Hiscox, Re 35 

Hitchcock p. Humfrey 888 

p. Siretton 1436 

Hitching p. Croft 1793 

Hitchins p. Brown 1243 

p. Morrieson .... 903, 2240 

Hoad p. Grace 1989 

Hoarp. Loe 712 

Hoare r. Chambers 1086 

p. Hornby 21 

p. Sllverlock . 663, 783, 1026, 1152 

Hobbs p. Cathie 582 

p. Dance 1268 

p. Hudson 1448 

p. Knight 2017 

p. Mid. Ry 89,40,1985 

p. Tuthill 1013 

Hobert and Stroud's Case . . . 1652 

Hobgen p. Neale 1859 

Hobson, /?«... 9, 84, 497, 1098, 1822 

p. Hull 1984 

p. Middleton .... 1420, 1460 

p. Tulloch 1565 

Hocli P. Boor 20 

Hochster p. De la Tour .... 1755 

Hockaday. /^e 1296 

Hockey p. Evans 317 

Hockin p. Cooke 234 

Hocking, Re ... 807, 571, 1462, 1544 



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Page 

Hockley v. Ansah 1626 

r. Mawbey 1011 

Hodder r. WiUiams 1877 

Hoddinott v. Hume & Colonial 

Stores 660, 10?6 

r. Newton . . 881, 858, 179(5, 1797 

Hodges, /?e 1814 

I?. Grant 1076 

r. Smith 204 

Hodgins V. Hancock 463 

Hodgkinson, Re 1282, 1766 

r. Crowe . . 1680, 2164, 2165, 2166. 

2167, 2168 
Hodgson, 720 . 60,688,924,1020,1026, 

1669, 1740 

r. Bell 1871,1689 

c. Coppard 169 

p. Davies 107,241 

c. Field 384 

r. Graveling 1004 

v.Jex 603, 1367 

p. Little 213,729 

V. Sinclair 697 

p. Sinithson 1111 

Hodgson 8 School, Re , . , 680, 1704 
Hodsoll V. Baxter .... 471, 1107 

Hodson V. Pare 1031 

Hoerter v. Hanover Co .... 2267 

Hoffman v. Marshall 1944 

Hogan, /e« 230 

p. Byrne 310 

V. Jackson 67, 642, 1470, 1668, 1669. 

1706, 1968, 2272 

V. Sterrett . . . 970, 1120, 1236 

Hogarth v. Jennings 168 

p. Miller 216, 606 

p. Walker 790 

Hogben v. Neale . . . 1013, 1014, 1869 

Hogg p. Cook 1264 

p. Jones 33 

p. Scott 1319 

r. Snaith 69 

Hoggan p. Esqui malt & Nanaimo Ry 1926 

Hoggarth p. Tavlur 483 

Hoggins p. Gordon 912 

Hoghton p. Hnghton 2260 

Hohenzollem Co, Re 660 

Hdbom V. Chertsey . . . 1860,1736 

Holcroft P. Heel 2046 

Holden. Exp, 621. 662 

P.King 67,274 

p. Ramsbottom 1494 

Holder p. Ramsbottom 1494 

p. Taylor 608 

Holdfast p. Dowsing 432 

Uoldsworth p. Dimsdale .... 2260 

Hole p. Chard 388 

HoKord, 7?e 1142 

p. Bailey . 233, 708, 727, 886. 1236, 

1846. 19Q1 

p. George 782, 1631 

p. Pritchard 658 

Holgate p. Jennines .... 690, 1742 

Holgate School, & 602 

Hollp. Hsdiey 2166 

Holland. Re, Ei p. Warren . . . 1864 

p. Clark 24 

P.Dickson 1692 



P*ge 
Holland p. Fisher .... 1011, 1634 

p. Fox 1446 

p. Hagan 1735 

p. Hodgson 1200,1469 

p. Kensington 1388 

p. King 1345 

— - p. Lazarus .... 671, 673, 1849 

V. North wich 345 

p. Wallen 1268 

P.Wood 1349 

Hollands p. Chambers 2023 

Holledge's Case 969 

Holies r. Carr 429 

Holliday p. Wakefield . . 103, 076, 1064 
Hollinrake p. Truswell . . 298, 410. 1108. 

1864, 2064 

Hollins p. Fowler 2100 

p. Verney ...'... 86, 1002 

Hollinsworth, £'x p 1516 

Hollis p. Briscow 174 

p. Marshall 69 

Hollis Hospital, /2e 1462 

Hollon, Re 996 

Holloway,/2c 1357 

p. Coster 1836 

p. HoUoway 2044 

Holman p. Dasuieres 73 

p. Green 1606 

p. Loynes 930 

Holme p. Guy 1663 

Holmes, Re .... 996. 1240, 1625 

p. Clarke 801 

p. G. N. Ry 616 

p. Hoskius 12 

p. Kerrison ....... 142 

p. Lauder 1427 

p. Meynell 93 

V. Millage 946 

p. Milward 701, 1668 

p. Seller 2225 

p. Tutton 194, 1097 

Holness v. Mackay ...... 616 

Holroyd p. Gwynne 591 

p. Marshall 1760 

Holt, ^r/>.,i2eDaintrey . . . . 2261 
Holt, /?e . 215,655,699,753.959,2101, 

2264 

p. Collyer 65/ 173, 174 

p. Frederick 47 

p. Gas Light and Coke Co . 2047 

p. Scholefleld 754 

Holtby p. Hodgson 1028 

Holton, Re 650 

Holy day p. Morgan 1907 

Holyland p. Lewin 624, 625 

Holywell p. Halkyn Drainage Co . 659, 

871 
Homann, Ex p.. Re Vining . . 640, 151G 

Honiberg, Exp 1833 

Home p. Booth 1704 

Home Marine Insrce p. Smith 1340, 1894 

Homer p. Homer 139, 1812 

p. Taunton 2100 

Honan p. Vereker 541 

Hone, Re 1997 

Honey bone p. Hambridge . . . 1183 
Hony wood »». Hony wood . . 2056, 2216 
Hood, Re, Ex p. Blandford . . . 1677 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Hood V. Barrington 1689 

V. Franklin 1330 

P.Hood 1076 

1;. Murray 1279 

V. Newbv 161 

r. N. E. Ry 723 

*r. Oglander 694 

Hood-Barrs v. Cathcart . 498, 781, 986, 
1344, 1626, 1627, 1662 

V. Heriot 986, 1746 

Hooke V. Hooke 1912 

Hooker v. Boggs 431 

V. Wilks 838 

Hookes V. Swaine .... 1448, 1624 

Hookey, Exp, 479 

Hoole v.G.W.Ry 1396 

Hooper, f^xp 1074 

. Ex p.. Re Elliott .... 1446 

, Re 896, 1339 

V, Accidental Insree .... 2237 

V. Balfour 698 

V. Bourne .... 40, 1984, 1986 

17. Gumm 1034, 1440 

i;. Holme 872 

r. Kenshole . 692, 1341, 1484, 1873 

V, Stephens 1436 

V, Western Counties Tele- 
phone Co 76, 1682, 1718 

Hope, /?6 866,1138,1326 

». D'Hedouville 2024 

V. Hope 447, 709, 710 

V. Potter 1969 

V, Walter 610 

V, Warburton 1972 

Hopewell v. Aclaud . 74, 1102, 1739, 2233 

Hopkin, Re 1014 

Hopkins, Re . , . . 1011, 1014, 2129 

». Abbott 1818 

17. G. N. Ry . . . . 712, 870, 976 

V. Philipps 769 

V. Robinson 1427, 1901 

17. Swansea 246 

Hopkinson, Re . 664, 1829, 1429, 2081 

17. Cauut 615 

i;. Lee 1826 

17. Lusk 1470 

Hopper, Re 112 

Horbury Bridge Co, Re . . 362. 2203 
Horder v. Grainger .... 120, 1536 

r. RoberU 758, 2133 

17. Scott 1626 

Hore i*. Briddleworth 892 

Horley v. Rogers 768 

Horn, 7?e 1841,1966 

r. Raine 1807 

17. Sleaford 896,1912 

Horn and Francis, Re 1071 

Hornblower v. Boulton . . 1194, 1861 

Hornby t7. Cardwell 967 

17. Lacy 496 

17. Silvester 1829 

Home, Re 629,1841,2026 

17. Barton 1580 

V. Mackenzie 647, 1232, 1765, 2281 

Home and Hellard, Re , . . . 736 

Horner, Re 284, 447, 2240 

, /?«, Eagleton v. Homer 804, 1724 

, Re, Pomfret v. Graham . . 1999 



Horaert7. Fiintoff .... 1106.1106 

p. Lewis .... 688, 1184, lOOO 

Hornet, The 1940 

Homsby v. Raggett 2148 

Homsey p. BrewU . 288,894,958,1389, 

1018 

V. Davis 782 

t7. Monarch Bg Socy 290, 292, 1541 

V, Smith .... 1389, 1537, 1538 

Horridge v. Ferguson 1848 

Horsburgh, i?e 248 

Horsey v. Steiger 750, 1086, 1107, 1293, 

2119 

Horsfall. /2« 1111 

17. Key 784, 826, 1699 

Horsfield v. Ashton 924 

Horsford, Re 98 

Horsley 17. Price .... 76,139,1247 

Hort's Case 1295 

Horton, Re 1528 

». Leeds 1899 

V. Walsall 839 

Horwell v. Gen. Omnibus Co . . 1C38 

Horwood, Re 810 

V. Smith 1744 

V. West 1531 

Hosegood V. Pedlar 1952 . 

Hosking v. Smith .... 632, 1933 

17. Wood 1310, 1733 

Hoskins v. PickersgiU ... 790, 2004 
Hotchin v. Hiudmarsh . . . 1200, 1824 

Hotchkins, Re 923 

Hotchkiss, /?e 1180 

Hotchkys, Re, Freke v. Calmady . 645 
Hotel & Gen. Advertising Co v. 

Wickenden 398 

Hotham v. Sutton . . 604, 1866. 1868 

Hotten V. Arthur 205 

Hough t;. Head 835 

Houghton, Re 701, 702 

17. Gilbart 260 

17. Houghton 1009 

17. Matthews 496 

17. Orgar 792 

t\ Staines 2077 

V. Sutton Heath Co ... . 694 

Houlder v. Mer. Mar Insree . . . 1058 
Houlston 17. Woodward .... 1561 

Hounsell v, Suttiil 1880 

House 17. House 1532 

House Improvement and Supply 

Assn, Re 

Hovenden v. Millhoff 217 

How 17. Whitfield 182 

17. Winterton 215 

Howard's Case .... 461, 778, 1144 

Howard, /?c 954 

V. Bodington 1866 

P.Clarke 1674 

p. Collins 1998 

p. DIgby 1481 

p. IngersoU 876 

p. Kay 788 

p. Lupton 1442 

p. Patent Ivory Co ... . 1584 

p. Sadler 981 

p. Wilson 1832 

p. Woodward 827 



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Howarili v. Brearley ... . 1528 

r. Howarth 1171 

I'.MilU a04, 1084 

Howcutt o. Bonser 23 

Howden, iZe 1656 

V. Fleemiug 1134 

Howe, /2e 2240 

r. Dartmomh , . 1567,1715/2220 

». Finch 2270 

V. Palmer 12 

V, Smith 608, 598, 641 

Uowell, Re 21, 678 

u. Bowers 144($ 

r. Movers 1625 

r. Metrop Dist Ry . . . . 472 

HowelU V. Wynne 419 

Howes, /2e. fTx p. Hughes . . 753,926 

I*. Broshfleld 489 

r. Inl. Rev 439. 626 

r. Turner . . 141,463.662,1283 

llowitt V. Harrington . 646, 1641, 1711 

r. Stephens 1248 

Howland v. Dover Harbour Bd . 1300 

lioworth V, Minns 178 

V. Sutcliffe 595, 2063 

lloyle, Re 91, 1289 

V, Hitchman .... 173, 1536 

r. Oldham 1963 

V. Oram . ... 616, 642, 944, 1661 

Hoyles r. Blore 656 

Hubbartrs Case 2277 

Hubbard, iTx p., /2e Hardwicke 193,1760, 

2088 

, Re 1095, 1364 

V. Goodley 44 

V. Hubbard 1844 

llubbersty r. Manchester, S. & L. 

liy 249 

Hubbuck, /?« 36,949 

V, Wilkinson 1668 

Heckle 9. Wilson 551 

Hucklesby v. Hook 1882 

Huckman v. Fernie 2163 

Hnddersfield v. G. N. Ry . . . . 936 

V. Ravensthorpe 2224 

Huddersfleld Bank v. Lister ... 869 
Huddersfield and Jacomb, Re . . 866 
Huddleston, Re . 1238, 1820, 1914, 1918 
Hudleston o, Gouldsbury . . 204, 1818 

Hudson. Re 564, 706 

D. Bilton 718 

p. Clementson .... 1621,2110 

9. Cripps 735 

r.Ede 520,1504 

r. Ffissett 996 

r. HiU 765 

r. Louth 1356 

r. McRae . . . 203,2064,2135 

r. Osborne 828 

r. Parker .... 24,147,1540 

V. Revett 498 

p. Tabor 1806 

r. Tooth 1122,1123 

Huds|>etb v. Yamold 654 

Hudston p. Mid. Ry , . . . 1472, 1473 

Huffam V. Ellis 2030 

p. N. Staffordshire Ry . . . 1439 

Hu£fell p. Armistead 1665 



Pige 
Huggins, /?e .... 946, 1349, 1583 

Hughes, i;xp 1566,1836 

, Ex p., Re Howes ... 758, 926 

,Re . 26,129,403,475,710,1683, 

1826 

p. Breeds 1699 

V. Buckland 1629 

0. Chatham 2028 

p. Doyne 2021 

V. Evans 2146 

V. Humphreys 1183 

0. Jones 1715 

P. Little . . . 717, 926, 1334, 1818 

P.Lloyd 699 

p. Palmer 2193 

p. Pritchard 1737 

V. Rees 66 

p. Sutherland 1893 

p. Twisden 1709 

p. Whiiby 1706 

p. Young 628 

Hughes and Ashley, Re 696, 2170, 2226 

Huguenin p. Baseley 2126 

Hulsh, Re, Bradshaw p. Huish . . 1396 

Hulkes p. Day 938 

Hull p. Hill 745 

— p. London Co. Co 1576 

p. Macfarlane 1467 

Hull Dock Co p. Browne .... 1609 

P.Priestley 1510 

p. Scutcoates Union .... 181 

Hull Ropes Co p. Adams . . . 240, 499 

Hull, &c. Ry, /?« 4, 128 

p. Yorkshire, &c, Coal Co . . 1789 

Hull & Selby Ry. fl« 914 

Hulme p. Tennuut .... 709, 1827 

Hulsep. Hulse 1171 

Humber Iron Co, Re (WilUams' 

Case) 810 

Humble p. Bowman 694 

p. Mitchell 826 

p. Shore 690, 691, 1743 

Hume, Re 996 

p. Bentley 1007 

p. Druyff 1692 

P.Lloyd 1013 

p. Lopes .... 931,2106,2176 

Humfreston's Case 1619 

Humfrey p. Humfrey 2044 

Hummel p. Hummel 2250 

Humphrey p. Bethell . . . 1756, 2203 
Humphreys, Re ... . 895, 938, 1685 

— p. Harrison 2123 

p. Inl. Rev 1703, 2089 

Humphries, Re 303 

p. Taylor Co 697 

Humphriss p. Worwood .... 1668 
Hungerfurd Market Co p. City 

Steam Boat 2128 

Hunnings p. Williamson .... 998 
Hunt, Ex p., Re Cann . . . 1296, 2ia3 

r. Allen 1003 

p. l)e Blaquiere . . . 610, 1250 

p. Fripp 982 

V. 0. N. Ry . 1168, 1669, 2064, 2069 

p. Goldby 531 

p. Harris 1887 

p. Hibbs 1852, 1854 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Hunt V. Hooper 2066 

w. Hort 1104 

w. Hunt . . . 13, 836. 789, 1214 

V. White 1640 

1^. Wimbledon 666, 955, 1866, 1867, 

1896 

V, Worsfold 776 

Hunt and Pennington, /?e . . . 123 

Hunter, Re 648, 1232, 2000 

V. A-G 60, 1346 

i;. CaldweU 713 

V. Clare 1480 

V. Dowling 829, 1062 

V. GreensUl 472 

r. Hawke 628 

0. McGown 793 

V. Nockolds 91 

V. Northern Insrce .... 984 

V. Parker 987 

r. Potts 2187 

U.Sharp 1607,1632 

». Wright 1061 

Hunting v. Boulton 860 

Huntingdon, Rowledge's Case . . 1823 

Huntington v. Attrill 1444 

V. Inl. Rev 404 

Huntsman, The 1163 

Hurbalt and Chaytor, Re ... , 646 

Hurcum v. Hilleary 1243 

Hurlbatt v. Barnett ... 19, 20, 16:^ 

Hurley. Re 662 

Hurlston, /2e 1614 

Hurlstone v. Ash ton 806 

Hurrell, Re 946 

U.Ellis 488 

Hurry 17. Royal Ex 1112 

Hurst V. Hurst 292 

Husband u. Martin, Re Clark . . 1506 

Huskisson v. Lefevre 1788 

Hussey v. Berkeley .... 228, 834 

V. Horne-Payne . . . 1967, 1958 

Hutcheson v. Eaton 222 

Hutchings, Re 1582 

Hutchings and Romer, Ex p. . 68, 184 

Hutchins, Re 2000 

V. Ciiambers 665 

Hutchinson, £:r /) 884,1866 

, Re 137, 661, 1969 

V. Barrow 1296 

w. Bowker 167 

I?. Gascoigne 1803 

u. Hartmont 712 

V. Humbert 943 

V. Hutchinson 1762 

V. Kay 1200 

V. Manchester, &c, Ry . . . 2247 

V. Rough 603, 2006 

U.Smith 789,898,1109 

Hutchinson and Tennant, Re 694, 1530, 

2241 

Huth U.Clarke 496 

Huttley u. Simmons . . . 380, 1149 
Hutton, i?e, isJx;?. Benwell ... 946 

u. Annan 1662, 1661 

u. Brown 1223 

u. Eyre 1703 

V. Lewis 1440 

u. Thompson 1186 



Hutton r. Warren 2218 

u. W.Cork Ry . . . 1763,2113 

Huxham u. Wheeler 1400 

Huxley u. W. Lond. Ex. Ry . . . 817 
Huxstep r. Brooman .... 67, 2273 

Huxtabie u HuxtaLle 332 

Huzzey u. Field 711 

Hyatt, Re 1902 

Hydamess Co u. Indemnity Assrce 140 
Hyde u. Bank of Eng. . . . 418,2184 

U.Hyde 1166 

U.Johnson 1883 

u. Skinner 1710 

u. Warden . 1807,2139,2157.2158 

u. Watts 766, 2193 

Hyderabad Co u. Willoughby . . 624 
Hydraulic Engineering Co u. Mc- 

Haffie 1620 

Hyndman u. Ward 327 



Ibbbt v. De la Salle 1546 

IbbeUon. Axp 309 

Icely V. Grew 1937 

Ida, The 1634 

Ide r. Chalmers 2163 

Iggulden u. May 781. 1710 

Ilchester u. Raishley . . . 697, 1246 

lUingworth u. Cooke 197 

V. Walmsley 164, 1(193 

Illinois Central Hy u. Williams . 2190 

llminster School, Re 816 

Imbro, The 1876 

Imperial Bank of China u. Bank of 

Hindustan 1920,1977 

Imperial Credit Askh v. Coleman . 481 
Imperial Gaslight Co u. W. Lond. 

Gas Co 1990 

Imperial Land Co, Re . . , 248, 1326 
Imperial and Foreign Investment 

Corp, Re 1888 

Imray u. Oakshette 1071 

Ince. Re 1068 

Inchley u. Robinson 1063 

Income Tax Commrs v. Pemsel 186, 294. 

296,296,816 

Incorporated Socy u. Ricliards . . 2141 

Ind, Coope & Co u. Hamblin . . 39 

Indian u. Colquhoun 1526 

Indian Chief, The .... 1780, 2123 
Indian Zoeione Co, Re .... 937 

Ingate u. Christie 348 

Ingilhy, /?e 1736,1737 

Ingle u. McCutchan .... 180, 1884 

u. Vaughan-Jenkins . . . . 1191 

Ingleby, &c. Co, Re 182 

Inglis u. Buttery 1383, 1719 

u. Haigh 1190 

u. Robertson ... 668, 686, 1188 

V. Stock .... 48, 682, 738, 868 

Ingram u. Barnes .... 121, 2206 

u. Soutten 627 

Ings u. L. & S W. Ry . . . 1426, 1683 

Inkop u. Morchurch 1976 

Inl. Rev. u. Angus . 62, 404, 1083, 1686 
u. Fonest 816, 600, 1083, 1798, 1800 



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Page 
InL Rev. o. Goodfellow .... 447 

V. Muller 827 

V. PriesUey 1842 

V. Scott . 106, 296, 971, 1156. 1699 

V, Stewart 1842 

o. Tod 482, 1781 

Inmnn,IU 1847 

Inman Co v. Biscliotf 773 

lanes r. East India Co 472 

V. Newman 971, 1800 

Insole, /fe 26,684 

Institution of CItU Engineers, Re . 699, 

1800 

International, The 1190 

International Assrce, Re , . , . 1376 
International Financial Socy v. 

Moscow Gas Co ... . 101, 1692 
lonides v. Pacific Insrce .... 1894 

V. Universal Mar Insrce . . 377 

Ipswich V. Brown 711 

Ipswich Tailors Case 119 

Iredale v. China Traders' Insrce . 804 

Ireland v. Bircham 489 

V. Harris 606 

V. Higgins 299 

V. Livingston .... 414, 1226 

Irish Land Commission v. Grant . 869, 
936,1684,1711 

p. Junkin 722 

Iron Co V. Dodson 894 

Iron Ship Coating Co v. Blunt . . 1323 

Irons V. Davis 1418 

V, Smallpiece 811 

Irvine v. Sailivan 1632 

Irving r. TurnbuU 1422 

Irwell V, Eden 93, 1361 

Irwin r. Farrer 1371 

Irwine v. Reddish 786 

Isaac, /2e 416 

p. Farrer 882 

Isaacs V. Royal Insrce 2142 

p. ToweU 1108 

Isaacson, Re . , . . 809, 2196, 2197 

V. Durant 66 

Isis S. S. Co V. Bahr .... 73, 2231 
Isitt and Raili^ay Passengers' As- 
srce. /2e 280,602 

Iile of Ely Case 1848 

Isle of Wight Commrs, Re . . , 878 
Isle of Wight Ry v. Tahourdin . 92, 636 

Ive'sCase 1166.2263 

Ive V. King 1740. 1869, 1860 

Ivensr. Elwes 1916 

Ires p. WilUns 1936 

Iveson p. Moore 1912 

Ivison p. Gassiot 606, 1297 



J. R. HiNDB, The 1940 

Jack p. Kipping 1286 

p. Mclntyre 2109 

Jackson, Re 9, 891. 697, 941, 1840, 2183 
, Re, Ex p. Union Bk of Man- 
chester 309 

p. Battley 468 

p. Courteoay .... 1823,2186 



Page 

Jackson p. Hamilton 90 

V. Hanson 602 

V. Healy 1323 

P.Hill 1183*2269 

p. Hoaie 186, 626 

p. Isaacson 773 

V. Jackson 1009 

V. Napper 879 

p. Ogg 1333 

V. Rainford Co . . . 1166, 1684 

p. Spittall 278 

V, Spittle 278 

p. Tyas 270 

p. Union Marine Insrce . . 612 

Jackson and Woodbum, Re . 1639, 2170 

Jacob p. Catling 1082 

p. Down . . 1038, 1293, 1630, 1720 

Jacob Christensen. The .... 967 

Jacobs, ^x» 1296 

p. Harbach 1784 

p. Revell 6:^8 

Jacoby p. Whitmore 828 

Jacomb p. Dodgson 114 

Jaederen.Tbe 460,2161 

Jaggard p. Jaggard 1623 

James, Re 1072 

p. Allen 186 

p. Buena Ventura Syndicate . 1186 

p. Evans 661 

P.James 828,1441 

p. Jones 738 

P.Kerr 287,068 

p. Lond. & S. W. Ry . 466, 1564 

p. Masters 1492 

p. Parry 664 

p. Plant 109 

P.Salter 792 

— p. Stevenson 4 

p. TafEValeRy 684 

p. Tutney 246 

p. Vane 1688, 1684 

p. Wyrill 1268 

P.Young 617,1091 

Jameson p. Marshall 2091 

Jamieson p. Jamieson 2082 

p. N. British Ry 1266 

p. Trevelyan .... 786, 1026 

Jamieson and Newcastle S. S. 

Insrce, Re 262 

Jane and Matilda, The .... 1807 

Janes p. Staines 1694 

Janet Court, The 610 

Janson p. Brown 1036 

p. Ralli 2073 

J' Anson p. Stuart 800 

Janssen p. Green 222 

Jaques p. Wilson 1248 

JurmRJi, Exp 1178.1179 

, Re 186, 890, 1846 

p. Vye 67 

Jarrett p. Hunter 1689 

Jarvis p. Jarvis .... 193, 997, 2088 

Jarvis' Charity, Re 1447 

Jauncey p. A-G 871 

Jay, Exp., Re Blenkhorn . . . 1616 

,/?« Harrison 1817 

p. Hammon 616 

^— V. Johnstone 1027 



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Page 

Jay V, Richardson 1080 

— t;. RobinBon . . . . 174,471,1386 

Jayne v. Hughes 24 

Jeakes v. White 821 

Jeans, /?« 803 

Jee V, Audley H62 

Jefifcock, /2e 1464 

JeSeTey,Exp 1446 

Jefiferies v. Michell 834 

Jefifery, Re 1142 

V. Legender 407 

». St. Fancras 1299 

Jcfferys P, Boosey 149,409 

V, Smith 829 

Jeffreson v. Morton 2036 

Jeflfrey's Case 970 

Jeffrey t;. Franconia 455 

I?. Neale 127,1878 

V. Weaver 1040 

Jeffreys v. Reynolds 1970 

Jeffryes p. Evans 795,902 

Jellard,i?e 2277 

Jenings v. Bally 1716 

Jenkins r. Barrett .... 214,1896 

p. Betham 1891 

1;. Clinton 801,1906 

». Comber 960 

». Cook . .274,347,609,654,1065 

V. Green 1637 

17. Hughes 661,1906 

P.Jackson 1301,1440 

V. Jones 1645 

V. Power 48 

Jenkinson, Re 122, 925, 931 

». Brandley Co 354,470 

Jenks V. Clifden 976 

r. Taylor 774,1110 

V. Turpin .... 349, 1039, 2134 

Jenkyns v. Gaisford . . 1881, 1882, 1884 

Jenner'sCase 1632 

Jenner v. Turner 666 

Jenner Institute o. St George's . 1799, 

1801 

Jenning v. Rocke 1625 

Jennings v. Jennings .... 128, 828 

V. Johnson . 939 

V. Major 417 

Jennor and Hardies' Case . . . 647 

Jenoure v. Delmege 1558 

Jephson v. Barker 406 

Jersey p. Neath . . . 607,1202,2233 

v. Uxbridge 804, 1912 

Jervis t». Lawrence 995 

V. Peel 472 

r.Tomkinson . 580,687,962,1085, 

2266 

Jervoise v. Clarke 1783 

V. Jervoise 1400 

V.Northumberland .... 2066 

Jessel V. Bath 884 

Jesson V. Essington 897 

V. Solly 866, 1435 

V. Wright 861 

Jesus College, Exp 1468 

Jewell V. Christie 930 

V. Stead 663 

Jewison r. Dyson 144 

Jewry c. Busk 849 



Jex V. McKinney . . . 100, 251, 2132 

Jinkings v. Jinkings 1912 

Jiorns v. Van Tromp . . . 2278, 2270 

Job V. Lamb 908 

Jobson, Re 779 

Jocelyu, Ex p 290 

Jodrell, /;«. . . 903,1166,1241,2090 

t;. Jodrell 98C 

Joel V, Harvey 204O 

V.Mills 468 

Johannes, The 2267 

Johannesberg Land Trust, 7?e . . 1177, 

2114 
Joliannesburg Hotel Co, Re . . . 928 

John V. Albion Co 1831 

V. Holmes . . . 181, 1923, 1968 

John Griffiths Corp v. Humber . . 1289 
John Holloway, The . . . 441,2110 
John Morley Bg Co v. Barras 536, 1185 

John O'Scott, The 2071 

Johns V. Dickinson 1619 

V. Ware 1829 

V. Wilson 872 

Johnson, Exp, . . . 752, 1562, 1786 

, Ex p., Re Chapman .... 2103 

, /2s 10. 36, 387, 592, 717, 866, 923, 

1010, 1076, 1078, 1999, 2063 

, Re, Cockerell v. Essex 1396. 1496, 

1897, 1968 

, Re, Sly V. Blake 1641 

V. Baker 788 

V. Barnes 1088 

V. Blenkensopp 1187 

V, Crook 87 

1;. Curteis 639 

V. Diamond 472 

V. Dlgby 788 

w. Diprose 192 

r. Edge 680,2061 

V. Emerson 1 148 

i;. Faulkner 665,1821 

17. Fenner 1370 

V. Harris 1684 

u. Helleley 827, 828 

W.Johnson . . . 776,1677,1716 

V. Lander 684 

«;. Lindsay 848,349 

t?. Macdonald 118 

». Mid.Ry 848 

V. Mounsey, Re Alison . 674, 1228 

». Newnes . . . 206, 1830, 1831 

v. Rowlands 1631 

V, Simcox 1348 

p. Shspte 1091 

V. Smart 1968 

W.Telford 223:^ 

i;. Webster 1889, 1966 

Johnson and Tustin, Re , , . , 967 

Johnston, Re, Cockerell v. Essex . 1396, 

1495, 1897, 1968 

V. Benson 1764 

i;. Edge 680,2061 

V, Ewing 637, 1769 

V. Hogg . 117, 268, 620. 1744, 182: 

V. Kershaw 1226 

p. Moore 1667 

V. Swann 1694 

Johnstone v, Baber 1331 



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Ixxvii 



Johnstone v. Bucknnll 662 

F. Cox 1760 

r. Crompton 1201 

p. Hadleston . . 1221,1996,2284 

I?. Marks 1249 

». Milling 1766 

Joint Stock Discoant Co v. Brown 944 

Joliffe.^xp 440 

V. Baker 646, 1079 

w.Twyford 867,1088 

Jolliffe p. Hector 1084 

V, Wallasey 669, 1629 

Jolly r. Arbuthnot 666 

r. Hancock 2284 

V, N. Staffordshire Tramway . 914 

p. Rees 1260 

c. Young 1222, 1223 

Jones, ^x p. 1062,1291 

, Re, 182, 428, 646. 790, 988, 946, 1022, 

1086, 1188, 1167, 1172, 1626, 1788. 1897, 

2024 

, Re, Ex p. Thome .... 891 

, /&, Dutton tf. Brookfleld . . 116 

17. Bamett 968, 1622 

0. Beirnstein ... 8, 1616, 1813 

V. Bone 1748, 1922 

p. Brinley 1989 

r. Bubb 1183 

V. Carmarthen 669 

t?. Carter 809 

0. Chapman 88 

p. Cliappell 2021,2217 

O.Clarke 688 

a. Conway, Ac, W.iter Bd . . 1989 

P.Cook 1478 

p. Curling 6*2, 817 

p. Daniel 1968 

p. DaTies 622, 987, 1866. 1892, 1896, 

2148 

p. Edney 768 

p. Festtniog 1119 

P.Foley 744 

p. Foxall 2260 

p. Frewin 1860 

p. Gibbons 124 

P.Giles 1188 

P.Gordon 819 

p. lUrris 1783,1734 

p. Harrison 266, 1176 

c. Heavens 862 

p. Henley 1882 

p. Hough 1106 

p. Huxtable 244, 246 

p. Inl. Rev 1466 

p. Jones . 70. 276, 616, 616, 1072, 

1258, 1443, 1912 

p. Just 1166,2009 

p. McCraw 622 

— p. Maggs 1611 

p. Marshall 1911 

p. Maunsell 1399 

p. Mersey Docks 181 

r. Mills 1666 

— p. Nanney 1761 

p. Nicholson 168 

r. Nixon 621 

p. N. E. Ry 206 

p. Ocean Coal Co 164 



Psge 

Jones p. Ogle 660, 946, 1466 

p. Padgett 1190 

p. Parsell 1782 

P.Pope 1916 

P.Price 1741 

p. Quinn 1619 

p. Reynolds 714, 870 

p. RoberU .... 827, 869, 1917 

p. Robinson 646, 1468, 1470, 1820 

P.Ryan 1381 

p. St. John's College. ... 918 

p. Scottish Accdt Insrce 667, 1784 

p. Sefton 924, 983 

p. Shears 2265 

p. Short 262, 846, 1960 

V. Skinner 1682 

p. Slee 661 

V. Smith 1227 

p. Stanstead Ry 974 

p. Taylor 2249 

p. Thompson . . . 472, 478, 1816 

p. Thome 1820 

p. Vemey 229 

p. Victoria Dock Co . . 1289, 1860, 

1882 

p. Watts 1788, 2177 

V. Westcomb 468 

V. Whittaker 668 

P.Williams. . . .660,911,1218 

p. Withers 1711 

Jones & Co, i?e 928 

Jonge Margaretha. The .... 890 
Jonmenjoy Coondoo p. Watson . 1262, 

1496, 1788 
Joplin p. Postlethwaite .... 112 

Jopling p. Stuart 7 

Jopp p. Wood 629 

Jordan p. Adams . . . 869, 861, 862, 865 

p. Roach 2281 

Jordeson p. Sutton, &c. Gas Co . . 1-301, 

1990 

Jortin p. S. E. Ry 24 

Joselyne, Ex p 194 

Josh V. Josh 89 

Josolvne v. Meeson 1601 

Josselyn v. Parson 1189 

Joule p. Taylor 1980 

Jowett p. Idle 1947 

p. Spencer 768, 810 

Joy, fle 2186 

Joyce p. Beall 1417 

— V. Northumberland Miners' 

Socy 888,780 

p. Realm Mar Insrce . . . 139 

Joyner p. Weeks 1720 

Jubb, /?c 1974 

Jubber p. Jubber 849,2137 

Judah p. Randal 1916 

Judge p. Bennett 1001 

p. Selmes 1628 

Judkin, i?e 1748,1847 

Judkins p. Judkins 67 

Juffrow Maria, The 198 

Juggomohun Ghose p. Manick- 

chund 284 

Julius p. Oxford, Bp . 908,1178,1174, 

1176, 1176, 1177, 1179, 1843 

Jull p. Jacobs 779, 1706 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Jampv. Jump 1685,1844 

Jumpsen v. ritchers 792 

Jupp, Re 603, 1023 



K. 

Kalamazoo, The 1099 

Kane v. Kane 74, 1841 

Karaskhoma Syndicate, Re . . . 989 

Katy, The 1776 

Kay, Re 1673,2105 

r. Field .... 621,1112,2162 

f. Oxley .... 1768, 2182, 2226 

V. Wheeler 1464 

Kaye v. Croydon Tramways . . 1920 

». Laxon 841 

V. Sutherland 61, 621 

Kearley v. Tonge 1047 

u. Tylor 1047 

Kearney i;. Lloyd .... 880, 1149 

V. West Granada Co . . . 191 

V. Whitehaven Colliery . . . 1205 

Kearns v. Cordwainers' Co . . . 1767 

Kearon t;. Pearson 2162 

Keast V. Barrow Hsematite Co . . 164 

Keates v. Cadogan 491 

Keats V. Keats 366 

Keay v. Boulton 803 

Kesys, Re 1661 

Kceble t;. Bennett 1684 

V. Hickeringill 761, 1148, 1772, 2242 

Keeling, i?<!,£>;>. Blanchett . . 1809 

Keen v, Denny 1260, 2109 

t?. Henry 1690 

V. Milwall Dock Co ... . 1290 

r. Priest 172 

Keep V. St. Mary, Newington . . 2016 

Keer v. Brown 166 

Keeson v. Luxmore 1686 

Keet V. Smith 1763 

Kehoe V. Lansdowne . . . 1736,2157 

Keighley's Case 642, 1806 

Keighley v. Durant 1666 

Keightley v. Watson . . . 1024, 1826 

Keith V. Burrows 772 

r. National Telephone Co 766,2209 

V. Reid 1874 

Kelcey, Re 69, 2170 

Kell V. Anderson 118 

Kellard v. Kooke 1986 

Keller, i?« 221,439 

Kellett v. SUnnard 1036 

Kelleway v. Macdougal .... 626 

Kellner v. LeMesurier 407 

Kelly, Re 1868 

, Re, West v. Turner .... 133 

V. Byles 2064 

V. Hammond 461 

V. Heathman 412 

». Kellond 926 

r. Kelly 444 

V. London Pavilion . 829, 686, 622, 

661, 1462 

o. Metrop Ry . . . . 392, 2072 

V. Mid. G. W. Ry 1668 

V Morris 204, 1108 

r. Powlelt 898 



Fkge 

Kelly v. Rogers 318,2053 

Kelner v. Baxter 1664 

Kemble v. Addison 1310 

r. Farren 1105 

Kemeys-Tynte, Re 918 

Kemp t7. Attenborough .... 1404 

V. Batt 725 

r. Falk 499 

V. Kemp 70 

V. Lester 148, 671, 1294 

r. NevUle 427 

V. Sober 236, 260, 466 

u S. E. Ry 1728 

V. Wanklyn 1365 

r. Watt 742 

V. Wright 988 

Kempe, Exp 477,478 

Kempson p. G. W. Ry 1112 

Kendall v. Burt 174 

V. Granger 807 

V. Hamilton 1020, 1026 

W.Hill 2167 

U.Kendall . . . 823,1216,1216 

v. Lond. & S. W. Ry . . . 2187 

V. Wilkinson 666 

Kenlis v. Hodgson 176 

Kennaird v. Cory 831 

Kennard V. Futvoye 1228 

Kennedy, J?*;?., Ae Willis ... 148 

, Re 163 

V. I)e Trafford 66, 2105 

V, G. Southern & W. Ry . . 172 

V. Kennedy 106 

r. I^e 827 

w. Lyell 1646 

V. Sedgwick 1074 

V. Thomas 464 

Kennelly v. Enright 181 

Kennerly v. Nash 171 

Kenney v. Hutchinson 765 

Kennlngton Case 164,369 

Kenny v. Harrison 2232 

Kenrick v. Guilsfleld 1847 

1?. Lawrence 160 

Kensey v. Langham 2028 

Kensington, i?e 1960 

r. Mansell 749 

Kensit v, St. Ethelburga . . 1358, 2004 

Kenson v. Reading 667 

Kent's Case 928 

Kent ». Astley . . . 686. 1160, 2080 

». Mid. By 114,1819 

u. Tapley 204 

Kent Coalfields Synd., Re . . . 238 
Kent Co. Co. v. Gerard .... 680 

V. Vidler 680 

Kenworthy v. Schofield .... 166 

Kenyon v. Berthon 934 

U.Eastwood 1840 

U.Hart 1807 

Keogh V. Keogh 1956 

Ker V. Clobury 2060 

u. Williams 76 

Ker's Claim (Bubbu. Yelverton) . 797 
Kerferd u. Seacombe Ry . . . . 896 
Kermode u. Macdonald .... 1007 

Kerr, /?« 1666 

u. Haynes 689 



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Page 

Kerr r. Jcston 2142 

r. Kerr 1090 

r. Middlesex Hosp 219 

KerrisoD v. Cole 2196, 2197 

1?. Smith 1096 

Kershaw, Re . 40, 183, 471, 1063, 1371 

V. Chantler 1284 

V. Kershaw 94 

V, Taylor 1849 

Kerslake v. White ...... 1 193 

Kettlewell v. Kettlewell .... 2100 

». Watson 402 

Key r. Key 1268 

Keynsham Lime Co v. Baker . 203, 689 

Keyse r. Hay den 2269 

Key worth, /;«, fTr p. Tate . . . 1810 

Keyzor v. Newconib 1632 

Khanukhoma Synd., i20 .... 390 

Kibbett v. Lee 2277 

Kibble v. Fairthome 1468 

V. Gough 12 

Kidd, Re 1099 

p. Boone 1916 

r. North 1111 

Kiddell 0. Barnard 1907 

Kidiier v. Keith 499 

Kidson V. Turner 891 

Kidston v. Empire Mar Insrce 162, 1418. 

1414 
Kiff V. Roberts, Roberts, Re, .68, 1682 

Kildare v, Fisher 1232 

Kilford r. Blaney 2037 

Kilkelly r. Powell 645 

Killamev, The 1414 

KiWick/Exp 1900 

V. Graham . 1908, 2078, 2079, 2092. 

209.S 

Killmister v. Fitton 2076 

Kilpin u. Ratley 811 

RiWington v. Parker 1738 

Kilwick V. Maidman 1820 

Kimber v. Admans . . 2, 736, 898, 896 

r. Press Assn .... 1340,1723 

Kiraberley W. W. Co i;. De Beers 

Co 89,1728 

Kimpton ». Willey 276 

Kinderley v. JerTis 648 

Kindleside v. Harrison 917 

Kmg,Re 1214,1706,2137 

V. Alston 341 

V. Burrell 1268, 1970 

V. Chamberlain 1628 

p. Cheyne 1909, 2179 

p. Cleaveland . . 1082, 1860, 1862 

r. Denisnn 1966 

p. Dilliston 749 

r. England 1781,1782 

r. Eversfleld 2284 

r. Frost 1999,2000 

p. George 68 

p. Henderson .... 1149, 1698 

p. Hinde 2109, 2110 

V. Hoare 1020 

V. King 863, 1913 

— V. London Improved Cab Co 1690 

p. Marshall 2122 

p. Morris 848 

P.Parker 1953 



Pige 

King p. Phillips 17 

p. Pinsoneaalt .... 166, 2087 

V. Rymill 1086 

p. Simmonds 891 

p. Smith 2, 1619 

p. Victoria Insrce . . . 310, 1960 

p. Walker 189, 1668 

p. Wycombe Ry 896 

King-Harman p. Cayley .... 1644 

Kingdon. Re 68, 1766 

p. Kirk 497 

Kingdon and Wilson, Re . . 637, 1868 

Kingsford v. Marshall 1944 

Kingsman p. Kingsman .... 26 

Kingsmill p. Millard 178 

Kingston p. Harding . . . 284, 22.30 

p. Lorton 1681 

Kingston Cotton Mills Co, Re 1209, 1826. 

1672 
Kinloch p. Indian Secretary ... 988 

Kinlock r. NevUe 1768 

Kinnaird p. Trollope 1231 

Kinnersley v. Knott 972 

r. Orpe 128 

Kinning, £!xp 861 

Kinsella p. CafTrey 916 

Kinsman v. Jackson . . . 1649, 2265 

Kinson Co p. Poole 1954 

Kippins.^xo 1488,1498 

Kippling p. Todd 1863 

Kirby p. G. W. Hy 1911 

p. N. British Insrce .... 1856 

p. Potter 1938 

p. Smyth 894 

Kirk P. Bell 1642 

p. Coates 1685, 1782 

Kirkbank v. Hudson . . . 619, 1148 

Kirkbride, Re 1349 

Kirkham p. Attenborough . . . 1784 

p. Marter 474, 476 

Kirkheaton v. Ainley . . . 691, 1178 

Kirkin V. Jenkins 2136 

Kirksmeaton, Rector of, ^xp. . . 270 
Kirk wood, ^xf)., /^e Mason . . . 273 

p. Smith 1677 

Kirshenboim p. Salmon . 693, 849, 979 

Kirwan, Re 2250 

Kish p. Cory 604, 1090 

Kissam p. Link 1026 

Kitchen v. Johnson 1243 

r. Shaw 1369, 1366 

Kitching p. Croft 1793 

Kitson p. Asl:e 1485 

p. Hard wick 1472 

Kitto p. Bilbie 499, 648 

Kleinwort p. Shepard 1822 

Knapp, Re 319 

V. Burnaby 284 

p. Williams 996 

Knatchbull, /?e 964 

Knight,/?* 1177,1686,2184 

. Re, Ex p, Voisey .... 2X4 

p. Abbott 960 

V. Barber 664, 826 

— V. Bennett 622 

p. Bowers 120 

r. Coales 20 

p. Crockford 1882 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Knight v. Cubitt 868, 2121 

V. EgertoD 1388 

p. Ellig 1012 

r.Halliwell 867 

u. Knight . 444, 1629, 1688. 1667 

v.hee 224, 798 

V. Puresell 1421 

V. SimmondB 1321 

1;. Waterford 1212 

Knight's Deep v. Inl. Rer. ... 79 
Knight and Tabernacle fig Socy . 062, 

960, 1028 
Knight of St. Michael, The 721, 1868, 1916 
Kniglitlj, ^xp., /{cMoulson . . 1788 
Kniglits v. L. C. & D. Ry . . . . 1240 

Knili V. Prowse 

Knolljrs v. Sliepherd . . . 894, 1669 

Knott v. Cottee 882 

Knowles, Re 1082, 1848 

V. Bolton 112 

v.DickinBon 88,2266 

t;. Lanca. & Y. Ry . . . 860.467 

i;. Sinclair 412,1336 

Knox i;. Gildea 602 

».Gye 19,869 

V. Mackinnon 874 

V. Siromonds 2142 

u. WellB 2188 

Koc'hv. Koch 614 

Konig and Ebhardt, Re . . 1770, 1771 

Kopi V. The Queen 864 

Koster v. Park 1182 

Krehl v. Burrell 710,1001 

i;. G. Central Gas Co . . . 891 

Kreuger v. Blanck 200 

Kroniieim v. Johnson 1419 

Kriise V. Jolinson 1438 

KUhne v. Hudson 1033 

Kurtz v. Spence . . . 1083, 2061, 2261 

Kusel V. Watson 1214 

Kynaston v. Malkinder .... 138 
Kynter's Cnse 789, 2004 



Lab\lmondt ERE v. Addison. . . 114 
La Banque D'Hochelaga v. Murray 141. 

1302 

La Beau v. People 42 

Labouchere v. Dawson .... 827 

V. Warnclifife 766, 980 

La Bourgosrne 2B4. 326 

Labron, Re 898, 982 

La Cave v. Credit Lyonnais . . 451, 960 

Laceby v. Lacon 1096, 1708 

Lftcey, R^. 482, 1909 

V. Hill 907 

Lat-kington i7. Elliott .... 148. 891 

Lacon, 7?« loll 

V. Hooper 1222. 1224 

hncy.Re 2,301,674,1602 

Ladd V, Lynn 1250 

Ladies' Dress Assn v. Pulbrook . 363 

Lady Campbell, The 577 

Ln dy ma n V. Grave 1758 

La (fan and Downes, /2< . . . . 2241 
Lafond v. Raddock 1761 



Lafone v. Smith 785 

Lagerwelt v. Wilkinson .... 2093 
Lagunas Co v. Lagunas Synd. . . 840 

Laidlaw o. Willson 2279 

Laidler v. Burlinson 106 

Laing, Re 1476, 1841, 1966 

V, Barclay 2162 

V. Bishopswearmouth . . . 143 

V. Cownn 806 

V, Hollway 618, 892 

Lainson v. Lainson 779 

Laird i^. Briggs 1467, 1764 

Laitwood, i^e 864 

Lake v. Butler 663 

V, Dean 1614 

V. Plazton 3970 

». Smith 2026 

Lake and Taylor, Re, Spain v. 

Mowatt 1064 

Lakeman v. Mountstephen . . . P06 

V. Stephenson 16, 1762 

Laker v. Hordem 461 

Lakin v. Lakin 1738 

Lamb, Ex p., Re Southam . . . 766 

, /?e .... 68, 687, 913» 1860, 1868 

, Re, Ex p. Gibson .... 1291 

V. Brewster 980 

V, Bruce 826 

P. Erans 206,1108 

w.G. N. Ry 894,1184 

r. Hemans 921 

». Walker 277 

Lambe v. Eames . 640, 094, 1630, 1682, 

1683 

V. Smythe 1734 

I^mbert, Re 447, 891 

— V. Lambert 2090 

V. Neuchatel Asphalte Co . . 1260 

V. Parker 2234 

V. Peyton 1014 

Lambeth v, Ix)ndoD Co. Co. . . . 181 
Lambton v. Kerr ... 178, 1902, 1920 

— V. Parkinson 428 

Lamond. Ex />., Re Dod & Co . . 930 

V, Richard .... 848, 978, 2093 

Lamphier v. Despard 823 

V, Phipos 1891 

Lampleigh v. Brathwait .... 2200 
Lamprell v. Billericay . . . 1674, 1860 
Lancashire v. Hunt .... 1098, 2086 

V. r^ticnshire 2069 

t\ Rochdale 1187 

V. Staffordshire Jus 068 

Lancashire Asylums Bd v. Man- 
chester 1668 

Lancashire Brick Co t;. Lane. & T. 

Ry 946 

Lancashire Cotton Co, /?e . . . 1662 
Lancashire Insrce v. Inl. Rev. . . 16 
Lancashire Jus. r. Rochdale . . 281 
Lancashire Teleplione Co v. Man- 
chester 069 

Lancashire & Y. Ry t' Bolton 804, 1912 

V. Bury 218 

V. Gidlow .... 88,944,1914 

Lancaster, Ex p 1978 

V, Barnes 672 

— V. Lancaster 1979 



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Page 

T^ncftster r, Walsh 2239 

Lanchlmry r. Bode 449 

Und Credit Co of Ireland. Re . . 1450 
Land Development Assn, Re . . 928 
Land Mtge Bank of Florida, Re . 2124 
Land Securities Co, Re ... . 641 

Lander v. Lander 2160 

Lander and Bagiey, Re . . 2167, 2168 
Landowners' W. of England Co v. 

Ashford 1892 

Lands Allotment Co, Re . . 361, 2106 

Lane, y?« 470 

, Re, Exp. GKze 706 

V Bennett 189 

r. Chapman 2196 

r. Collins . . . 120, 1199, 1200 

P. Ksdaile 1073, 1350 

V. Horlock 1817 

V Jjine 1859 

r. Norman 490 

V. I'anton 1214 

p. Uendall 2133 

r. Sewell 983 

V. Stanhope 701 

V Way 68 

Una-Fox, Re 2198 

Lang r. Anderdon 1779 

V. Gale 1222 

r. Giftliorne 1618 

V. Hugh 1384 

Ungdale. Re 788, 820, 1152 

1\ Briggs 1866 

F. Mason 316, 1674 

p Whitfield. . . 1216,1216,1666 

I^ngdon 9. Broadbent 360 

p Howells 880 

Langford v Selmes .... 841, 2118 

liingham. Re 767 

langley v. Bombay Tea Co . . . 2080 

r. Hammond .... 2182, 2226 

r. r^ngley 1671 

r. Thomas 1787 

Langmead r. Cockerton .... 820 

I<angrish v. Archer 1483 

Lan«rston v. Glasson 1609 

r. Langston 1309 

V Ollivant 1476 

Jjington V. Carleton 2112 

V. Horton 100, 791 

Lansrtry. Re 68 

Lnnning v Lovering 687 

r^nnoy v. Werry 407 

Lanop. Neale 2004 

Unoy V. Ath*)l 1167 

Lanpfiier v. Buck 1014 

l/in!Miowne v. Lansdowne . . . 2218 
Urcliin p. North Western Depfisit 

Bank 20 

Umer v. Lamer 1216, 1613 

Larocque v. Beauchemin . . 928. 1874 

Larpent v. Bibby 1297 

Usceiles V. Onslow 1976 

; — ». Swansea Sch. Bd . . . . 1322 

Lashbrook p. Cock 188 

lAshmar, Re 1070, 1469 

lA«t p. Tiondon Assrre Co . 1236, 1572 

lAtham r. Barber 826 

p. Spedding 1639 

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Page 
Lathom v. G-eenwich Ferry Co 1649, 1662 

Latimer's Case 2165 

Latimer, Ex p., Re Morse . . . 1561 

I^atymer, Re 1506 

Laudergan v. Feast 1372 

Launceston \\y Acts, Re . . . . 1616 

Lauri v. Renad 2090 

Laurie, Re 1 

V. Douglas 14, 1246 

Lavender, Re 1286 

Laver v. Botham 2007 

r. Fielder 867, 1861 

Lareroni p. Drury .... 348, 1454 

Lavery v. Purssell 826, 097 

Lavy p. London Co. Co. . 226, 227, 806 

lAiyr,Exp 1401 

P.Garrett 112 

p. Harwood 1912, 2264 

p. Kedditch 1105, 1106 

Law Reporting Conncil, Re . 236, 2078 

Law Socy p. Bedford 1904 

u. Waterlow 1904 

I^we p. Harwood .... 1912, 2264 

Lawea p. Gibson 1379 

Lawler p. Linden .... 1187,1188 

Lawless v Sullivan 948 

Lawlor v. Henderson 1701 

Lawrance r. Norreys 778 

Lawrence, Re 1830, 1860 

p. Aberdein 1226 

p. Acct Insrce 280 

p. Adams 1830 

V. Boston 494 

p. Edwanls . . . 1206, 1404, 1830 

p. Galsworthy 1818 

r. Hedger 1281 

p. Hitch 2071 

p. Ingmire 1733 

p. King 1131, 1945 

p Knowles 1666 

V. Norreys 1669 

P.Todd 121 

p. Willcox 487, 1106 

Lawrie p. Lees 781 

Laws V. Eltringham 16«0 

p. Rand 1664 

p. Read 759 

Lawson p. Atlantic Transport Co . 562 

p. Burness . . . 2109,2110,2162 

V. Fraser 690 

p. Lond. & S. W. Ry ... 2278 

p. Wallasey 373 

Lawther r. Black 637 

Lawton r. Hickman * 824 

Laxon. Re ... . 703, 818, 1465, 1562 

Lay, /?e 1162 

Layard p. Ovey 323, 2163 

I^yboum v. Gridley 1493 

T-ayfleld p. Cowper 2056 

Laythoarp v. Bryant . . . 878, 1881 

T/ea, /?« 830 

p. Facey 1029 

V. Parker 2192 

r. Whitaker .... 1104, 1106 

I^ea Conservancy r. Button . . . 2076 

T^ach p Jav 1820 

V. Learh 110 

r^ad bitter, Re 1420 



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leader v. Duffey 2045 

V, Hayes . . * 1059 

y. Yell ........ 818 

Leadsineltinfif Co v. I^ichardson . 1203 

Ixjak r. Driffield 1826 

i;. MacI>owan 1724 

V. Scott, He Parry .... 1277 

Leake t^. Leake 2288 

V. Robinson 1742, 2236 

Lear v. Leggett 66, 2088 

Learoyd, Ex p., Re Foulds ... 58 

V.Bracken 398 

V. Whiteley 1661 

Leary v. Pattrick 666 

V. Steeves ^ 2040 

Leas Hotel Co, Re ... . 1584, 1587 

Leathern v. Craig 1149 

Leatiier Cloth Co v. American 

Leather Cloth Co 1428 

Leathly v. Hunter 534 

Leavesley, Re 60, 548 

Lebeau v. General Steam Nav. 384 

Lech mere v. Curtler 901 

V. Lavie 1531 

Lechmere and Lloyd, Re ... , 2046 

Leckey v. Watson 643 

Lecky v. Ogilvy 414 

Leconfield v. Dixon 770 

V. Lonsdale ....... 780 

Le Couteur v. Lond. & S. W. Ry 1473, 2060 

Lecoy v. Mogford 841 

Leda,The 1386 

Leduc V. Ward 250, 1098 

Led ward v, Hnssells 5 

Lee's Case 854 

Lee V. Ashwin 1797 

V. Bayes 1163 

i;. Bude Ry 542 

V. Butler 240 

V. Dangar . . . 1319, 2009, 2256 

V. Flack 1225, 1887 

V. Gansel 406, 553 

V. Gaskell 826. 997 

V. Griffin 825, 826 

V. Hutchinson 293 

u. Lee 1277 

I'. Matthews 1621 

1. Neuchatel Co . . . 1571,1572 

I'. Nuttall 1814 

i;. Pain 37,1210,1211 

V. Risdon 826 

V. Simpson 574, 627 

V, Turner 2111 

Leech v. Gartside * 2269 

V. Lamb 911 

Leeds v. Amherst ... 25, 1512, 2218 

1^. Burrows 108 

V. Cheetham 2156 

V. Lancashire 1577 

Leeds Bank v. Walker . . . 98, 1169 
Leeds Banking Co. Re, Ex p. Prange 927 
I.«eds Bg Socy v. Mnllandaine . . 2286 
I^eds Theatre Co v. Broadbent . 1620 

Leek r. Stafford Jus 1143 

Leeke v. Bennett 2254 

Leeming ». Snaith 1796 

Lees p. Lees 891,2037 

V. Massey 1700, 1701 



Lees V. Mosley •«/ 1 1 

V. Newton 471 

Leeae, i?e 1901 

— V. Jennings 1826 

Leeson r. Gen. Medical Council 903, 980, 

1027 

Leevin v. Cormac 407 

Le Farrant v. Spencer 899 

Le Feuvre v. Lankestcr . . . 167, 999 

Le Fevre v. Freeland 806 

Leftly V. Monnington 1186 

Legg V. Mathieson 2122 

Legg and others v. Stoke Ncwington 1326 

Legge 17. Asgill 1216 

V.Boyd 2276 

— r. Edmunds 160 

V. Tucker 392 

Leggott V. Barrett 827, 828 

Legh V. Heald 2263 

V. Hewitt 450 

». Lillie 2136 

Le Gros v. Cockerell 744 

Lehmann v. McArthur .... 2140 

Leicester v. Beaumont 1848 

V. Brown 228, 1360 

W.Holland 203 

Leicester Co. Co. v. Leicester 

Assessmt Committee . . 181^ 1501 

Leicester Forest Case 748 

Leicester Freemen v. Hewitt . . 427 
Leicester Racecourse Co, Re 289, 1373 

Leidemann v. Schuliz 2110 

Leifchild's Case 944 

Leigh, /?« . . . saS, 1054, 2017, 2145 
V. Banner 826 

— V. Chapman 970 

U.Jack 541,550 

V. Leigh . . . 374, 722, 1239, 1661 

V. Norbury 1014 

Leinster, Re 954 

Leishnian v. Cochrane 1031 

Leitli v. Leith Harbour Commrs . 1629, 

1762 
Le Lievre v. Gould .... 839. 1891 
Lemage v. Goodban . . . 2035, 2240 

Lemaitre v. Davis 506 

Leman v. SafiEery 869 

Lemnnn, Re 940, 962 

Le Marchant v. Inl. Kev 1705 

r. Le Marcliant 1530 

Le May v. Welch 1269 

Lemere v. Elliott 1009 

Lemmon v. Webb .... 1125, 1800 

Lemon v. Mark 1025 

I/cnanton, Ex p 941 

Leonard, Re 1974 

Leonard and Ellis, /?e .... 654, 855 

Leonino v. Leonino 383 

Lepla V. Rogers .... 129, 523, 2139 
Leppington v. Freeman .... 1715 

Lesingham. Re 2136 

Leslie z;. Leslie 1063 

V.Rothes 1514,1865 

V. Thompson 1226 

V. Young 204, 2060 

Tiessing r. Horsley 1871 

Lester, Ex p., Re Lyncs .... 716 
i;. Garland 468,2058 



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P»ge 
Letter v. Torrens .... 651, 769, 1096 
Le TiiiUear v. S. E. Rj .... 263 

Letchfbrd V. Oldham 1944 

Lethbridge v. Lethbridge . . 1167, 1637 

p. Thurlow .... 821,322,484 

Lethieullier o. Tracjr 1102 

Letricheax v. Danlop 621 

Lett p. Osborne 779 

Letton V. Goodden 711 

Leacade, The 221 

Leaw V. Dudgeon 1019 

Leren, jfte 1389,2031 

Lerer ». Goodwin 697 

p. Land Securities Co . . . 818 

Lererington, 7?« 1881 

Lererington, The .... 441, 1241 

Lerip. Berk 260 

Lerin p. Allnutt 871 

p. O'Keefe 596 

Ury.Re 748 

p. AbercorrU Co . .468, 469, 1015 

p.LoveU 1815 

p. Rutlej 149 

P.Walker 827,2082 

Lewer, Re, Ex p. Garrard ... 160 

Lewes p. Lewes 1142 

Lewin p. Wilson 1487 

Lewis. Ex p., Re Henderson . . 1516 

,H€ 674,717 

, Re, Exp. Munro 988 

p. Arnold 1390 

p. Brass 1957 

F. Burreli 1938 

p. Carr 166,536,684 

p. Clay 883 

p.Collard 1891 

p. Erans 1365 

p. Fermor 445 

p. Fothergill .... 1580,^261 

p. Gompertz 546 

p. Goodbodj 1694 

P.Graham 268 

p. G. W. Rj 1898. 1666, 1911, 2245 

p. Hammond .... 1408,2163 

r. Hoare 867 

p. InLRer 404,1466 

p. Leonard 1976 

p. Ixjwis 395,1001 

p. M^Kee 1792 

p. Madocks 630 

p. Marshall 260, 773 

p. Mathews 1828 

p. Nicholson .... 741, 1882 

p.Nobbs 2049 

P.Owen 1172 

p. Poole 663 

p. Rees 792,1622 

P.Roberts 683,1884 

p. Rogers 604 

p.S. W.Ry 357 

P.Stephenson .... 1347,1710 

P.Swansea 687 

P.Thomas 361 

p. Waters 726 

p. Weston-super-Mare . 1265, 1996 

p. Williams 1001 

Ley p. Peter 24 

Lejoester p. Logan . . . . 1446,2173 



P»ge 
Leyland p. Illingworth .... 2230 
Leyland and Taylor; Re . . 689, 1379 

Leyman p. Latimer 707 

Ley ton p. Causton 781 

L'Herminier, Re 1716 

Liberator Bg Socy. Re .... 1325 
Licensed Victuallers' Assn, Re . 541, 2124 
Lickbarrow p. Mason .... 133, 192 
Liddard p. Liddard . . 1413,1582,1538 

Liddell p. Real 352 

p. Liddell 1841 

V. Lofthouse 1487 

17. Westerton 352 

Liddy p. Kennedy . 92, 105. 1060, 1611 

Lidgett'p. Perrin 773 

p. Secretan 118, 1778 

Lidiard and Jackson, Re ... . 633 

Liebig, /?« 2277 

Life Assn of Scotland P. M'Blain . 1897 

V. Siddal 26 

Liffln p. Pitcher 323 

Lif ord's Case 783, 2263 

Llghtbound p. Higher Bebington . 782 

Liglitfoot p. Burstall 690 

Liiesp.Terry 2126 

Lileyp.Hey 695 

Lilfordp. A-G 365,389 

Lilley p. Harvey 1639 

p. Rankin 798 

Lilly p. Ewer 407 

p.Smales 2019 

Limerick r. Commrs of Valuation. 1612 
Limmer Co v. Inl. Rev. . . 987, 1586 

Lincoln p. Pelham 2288 

Linder p. Pryor 2166 

Lindley p. Girdler 18 

Lindo p. Belisario 1165 

Lindow P.Fleetwood 1580 

Lindsay p. EUicott 1724 

p. Janson 118 

p. Rook 2279 

P.Wells 811 

Lindsay and Forder, Re . . , . 1492 

Lindsell p. Phillips 202 

Line p. Harris 594 

V. Stephenson 502 

Linen & Woollen Drapers Institu- 
tion, Re 295 

Linfoot V. Pockett 364 

Lingard v. Brennan 1234 

Lingwood p. Gyde 451,684 

Linnsean Socy p. St. Anne, West- 
minster 1799 

Linne Regis Case 208 

Linotype Co, /?« 289,699 

Linton v. Linton . . . 475, 1090, 1704 

p. Mackenzie 1214 

Lion, The 1428,1424 

Lipton p. The Queen 693 

Liquidation Co p. Willoughby . . 1101 
Lishman p. Christie .... 321, 1679 
Liskeard Un. p. Liskeard W. W. 896, 1612 

Lisle p. Lisle 2277 

V. Reeve 1227 

Listp.Tharp 40,1887 

LUter,/f« 797,941 

, Ex p.. Re Milford Docks Co . 434 

p. Hoxley 1887,1798 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



P»ge 
Lister v. Lane .... 1088, 1719, 2146 

u. Lister 74 

». Lobley 1387,1798 

V. Perryman 1668 

V. Pickford .... 108, 109. 286 

V. Tidd 1329 

V. Turner 436, 1621 

v. Van Hannsbergen . . . 1112 

Lister's Hospital, Re 1447 

Listowel V. Gibbings . 1201, 1202, 1203, 

1772 

Litchfield V. Jones 712 

Little, A« 183 

, Ee, Mather v. Roddy ... 948 

V. Newport Ry 18 

V. Stevenson 1068 

Littledale v. Lirerpool College . 641, 660 
Littlejohns v. Household .... 1997 

Littler v. Holland 488 

V. Rhyl Imp. Commrs . . . 896 

Litton V. Litton 1704 

Liver Alkali Co v. Johnson . . . 348 
Liverpool v. Llanfyllin .... 88 
Liverpool Banking Co r. Eccles . 1882 
Liverpool Borough Bank v. Turner 1866 
Liverpool Brokers' Assn r. Com- 
mercial Press 1690 

Liverpool Cattle Market v. Hodson 1273 
Liverpool Com Traders' Assn v. 

G. W. Ry 1179, 2128 

r. Lond. & N. W. Ry . 1698, 2r28 

Liverpool Gas Co v. Everton . . 1276 
Liverpool Household Stores, Re . 1209 
Liverpool Investment Co v. Rich- 
ardson 926 

Liverpool Library r. Liverpool 1799 

Liverpool Rector, ^x /) 1717 

Livesey v. Livesey 607 

Livie r. Janson 863 

Llandaff Market Co v. Lyndon 1 19, 692, 

1640, 1873 

Llandudno v. Hughes 1442 

V. Woods 747, 1629 

Llanelly v. Neath 2239 

Llewellin, Re 666. 943, 1682 

Llewellyn v, Glamorgan Vale Ry . 1390, 
1444, 1761, 2046 

V. Rutherford 261, 829 

V. Simpson 1628 

u. Swansea Canal Nav. . . 1138 

Llewelyn o. Williams 779 

Lloyd, Re 185, 697, 1704 

V. Cocker 47 

— V. Gen. Iron Screw Collier Co 14, 

1464 

I'. Gregory 189 

V. Jnckson 2272 

I'. Jones 869, 870 

V. Lloyd , . . . m, 163, 644, 646 

V. Nowell 1958 

I'. Rosbee 2026 

V. Sugg 16 

V. Tench 1278 

r. Tweedy 1706 

Lloyd's Bank v. BuUock . . 1622,1976, 

2168 

— V. Princess Royal Co . . . 428 
Lloyds, The 830 



P««e 

Loadman V. Cragg 2175 

Loc Gov Act, 1888, Re . , . 43, 1(527 

Loch r. Bagley t840« 19l>3 

Lock, Re 31 

p. Pearce . . . .31,1293,1654 

Locke V, Dunlop . . . 607, 1369, 2065 
Locke-King u. Woking .... 877 

Lockhart v. Barnard 2289 

». Falk 604 

r. St. Albans . . . 426,427,1855 

Locking v. Parker 1228 

Lockwood v. Levick 211 

p. Wood 767, 207O 

Lockyer v. Wade 1278 

Lodge V. Huddersfield 1350 

r. Lodge 616 

LofFt V. Dennis 2166 

Ix>fthou8e i\ Brown 1249 

Loftus, Re 248 

Loftos-Otway, Re 66, 1670 

Logsdon r. Booth 360 

V. Trotter 860, 670 

Loibl p. Fraser 1827 

Lomas v. Wright 476 

Lomaz v. Holmden 169 

V. Holmeden 1868 

Londesborough, Re . , , , 898, 2179 
Loudon i;. Cox . . . 964, 1987, 2230 

V. Derry 43 

V. Nash ...'... 229, 1676 

p. Parkinson 329 

V. Southwell 48 

r. Web 2217 

London Assn of Shipowners v. Lon- 
don Docks 245 

London Assn-e v. Mansel .... 860 
London Bank of Mexico v. Apthorpe 116, 

266, 746 
London, B. & S. Ry u. Faircloagh 2069 

p. Hay ward's Heath . ... 609 

V. St. Giles, Camberwell 212, 1272 

P.Watson 1445 

London Celluloid Co, /?c .... 2193 
London C. & D. Ry v. Ix)ndon . . 1948 

p. S. E. Ry 284, 447, 600, 988, 1606, 

1981 
London Cleanng Committee p. Inl. 

Rev 1707 

London Corp, Ex p 1007 

, Ex p., Re ^lon Coll . . . 2121 

London Co. Co. r. A-G 949 

p. Aylesbury Dairy Co . . . 744 

P.Candler 1964,2149 

p. Carwardine 1892 

P.Cross 114,636,806 

p. Davis 971, 2086 

— p. Dixon 340 

p. East London W. W. Co . 1497 

p. Edwards 228 

p. Erith 181, 904, 1848 

p. Hirsch 844 

p. Holzapfels Co 1478 

p. Humphreys 1964 

p. Lambeth 181 

p. Lawrence 1879 

p. Lewis 686 

p. London Hydraulic Power 

Co 2220 



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Page 
London Co. Co. v. Mitchell ... 667 

r. Pearoe 227, 1954 

r. Pryor 2108 

r. Read 246 

V. RowtOD Houfies Lim. 971 

p. St George's Assessment 

Committee 69, 1178 

V. Savoy Hotel Co ... . 1892 

V. Wood 2148 

V. Worley 889 

London Co. Co. and City of Lon- 
don Brewery, Re . . , . 2056, 2080 
London County Cycling Club v. 

Beck 1185 

London Dock Act. Re 186 

London Financial Assn v. Kelk . 46, 944 
London Freehold Co v. Suffield 499 
London Grand June. Ry v. Free- 
man 1864 

Ix>ndon Guarantie Co v. Feamley 864 
London India Rubber Co, Re . . 2140 
Loudon Joint Stock Bank v. Sim- 
mons 1261 

London Library v. Carter . 1834, 2078 
London MeUlturgical Co, Re . . 1791 
London Monetary Co v. Smith . . 990 
London-Paris Corp, Re ... . 2124 
London Printing Alliance v. Cox . 1690 
London Provident Socy v. Asliton 990 
f^ndon Reform Union & G. B. Ry 1665 
London School Board v. Duggan . 1670 

V. Faolconer 1171 

V Jackson 1401 

V. St. Mary, Islington . . 764, 1388 

London S. S. Owners Insrce v. 

Grampian S. S. Co 92 

London Tramways Co v. London 

Co. Co 2044, 2087 

London Wharves, The 2069 

London & Birm. Flint Glass and 

AlkaUCo,/2<! 434 

London & Canadian Loan Co v. 

Duggan 938 

London & Colonial Finance Corp, 

Re 1209. 1961 

London & County Bank v. Fulford 2068 

p. Goddard . . . 165, 2104, 2184 

c. Groorae 1383 

c. London & River Plate Bank 203, 

1261 
London & Devon Biscuit Co, Re . 1680 
London & Eastern Banking Corp, 

Re 1868 

London & Eastern Counties Loan 

Co V. Creasy 224, 1488, 1498, 1966, 2161 
London & Gen. Bank, Re . , . . 1326 
London & N. W. Ry v. BUlington . 631 

17. Donellan 631 

c. Evans . 724, 1139, 1798, 1899, 1902 

p. Evershed 1789 

V. Fobbing Levels .... 449 

r. Garnett 174 

v.Giyn 938,994 

». Grace 708 

r. Llandudno . . 1646, 1646, 1647 

c. Richards 2183 

V. Runcorn . 672, 1114, 1849, 2116 

r. Skerton 910 



Page 
Loudon & N. W. Ry c Wigan . . 1644 
London & Northern Bank, Re . 12, 243, 

2169 
London & Paris Banking Corp, lie 1259 
London & Provincial Laundry v. 

Willesden 894,1692 

London & S. African Exploration 

Co V. De Beers 922 

London & S. W. Ry v. Blackmore 39. 40. 
229,230,231, 1986,2075 

V. Bridger 49 

V. Flower 1330 

V. Gomm .... 10, U62, 1774 

London & Suburban Bank, Re . . 425 
London & Suburban Laud Co v. 

Field 65, 173 

London and Tubbs, Re .... 2244 
London & Universal Bank v. Clau- 

carty 1107 

London & Westminster Bank v. Inl. 

Rev 987, 1677, 1802 

V. Smith 2029 

London & Westminster Bread Co, 

Re 1292 

London & Westminster Loan Co v. 

Chace 810 

p. L. & N. W. Ry 46 

London & Yorkshire Bank p. Bel- 
ton 689 

p. Cooper 44S 

V. Wiiite 136, 193 

London, &c, Buildg Socy p. Angell 2168 
London, &c. Hotels Co, Re , . , 1814 
Londonderry v. M'Elhinney . . . 2070 
Londonderry Bridge Commrs p. 

M'Keever 711 

Lonergan, Re, Exp. Shell . . . 1684 

Long, /fe 47.471 

P. BlackaU 2043 

p. Lane 1849 

p. Millar 160, 1623 

V, Ricketts 66 

Longbottoro p. Berry 1468 

p. Longbottom 1077 

Longboume p. Fisher 1059 

Longford 1022 

Longford, The 81 

p. Eyre 1244 

Longman v. East 6:36 

Longmore p. Broom . . . 1346, 1347 

p. Elcum 1141 

LongsUffe p. Woodrow .... 1936 

Longworth, Re 49 

p. Bellamy t . 2241 

Lonsdale p. Crawfurd or Lowther . 372. 

929, 1514 

V. Rigg 272, 795 

Looker p. Wrigley 1113 

Loome p. Baily 795 

Loosemore p. Tiverton and N. Devon 

Ry 1202,1256 

Lord p. Colvin 666 

V. Mid. Ry 839, 1666 

p. Stephens 1794 

Lord and FuUerton, Re .... 6-39 
Lord Advocate p. Bogie .... 1471 

p. Fleming 182, 2237 

p. Grant 1837 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Lord Adrocate v, Sawen . . 977, 1155 

f. Sinclair 729 

V. Wemyss 747, 967 

V. Young 2179 

Loring V. Thomas .... 305, 1851 

Losh V. Townley 1849 

Lolt u. Melville 1803 

V. Outhwaite 357 

v.Wyckott 706 

Louch r. Peters . . . 821,1380,2016 
Loughborough v. Curzon .... 438 

Louis, Re 1904, 1905 

V. Louis 1014 

Louth, /fc . . . 999,1071,1324.1441 
Lovat r. Leeds .... 51, 483, 1716 

Lore, Re 2120 

U.Bell 1093 

Love Bird, The 1188 

Loveacres v. Blight 66, 772 

Lovejoy r. Cole 44, 318 

Lovelace, jRe 1584 

Lovell V. CalUghan 1874 

V. Lutterell 753 

V. Newton 1829 

Lovelock V. Dancaster 1059 

Loveridge v. Hodsoll . . . 1431,1766 

Lovesej v. Stallard 208 

Lovett V. Lovett 628 

Low, Re 2, 763 

V. Innes 81, 1675 

V. Uoutledge . . . 149, 219, 3?.7 

V. Smith 862, 1079 

V. Staines Reservoirs Commit- 
tee 895 

Lowden, Re 1660 

Lowe, Ex p 766 

, /?« . . 304.992,1901,2239,2240 

V. Blackmore 290 

V. Carpenter 1276 

V. Davies 861 

V. Fox 641, 766 

u. Govett 1876 

u. Lowe 716, 1001 

V. Pearson 616 

V. Peers 1106 

u. Thomas 1216 

17. Volp 1439 

Lower Rhine Insrce v. Sedgwick . 1357, 

1895 
Lowman. Re , . . , 863, 1821, 1969 

Lowndes v. Fountain 2174 

Lowry, Re 2081 

V. Patterson 608 

Lows ». Telford 744 

Lowth V. Ibbotson 088 

Lowther v. Beniinck . 46, 47, 183, 1370, 

1372 

V. Caledonian Ry . . . 621, 1566 

V. Heaver 1769 

V. Radnor . . . 1026, 1049, 1366 

Lozano v. Janson 1746 

Luard v. Pease 46, 47 

Lubbock V. British Bank of S. Amer^ 

ica 1571 

Lucas, Re 21, 578 

V. Beach 1207 

V. Beaie 1332 

V. Bristow 187 



Lucas V. Cuddy 1 147 

©.Dicker 819 

V. Goldsmid 694 

V. Harris 472 

V. James 610 

V. Rideout 1073, 1076 

v. Swan, The 962 

Luoena v. Crauf urd 379, 994 

V. Lucena 1999 

Luoey v. Ingram 2210 

Luckin v. Hamlyn 1310 

Luckraft v. Pridham 1623 

Lnddington v. Kime 1012 

Luddy, /?« 627 

Ludford, /?6 662 

Ludmore, /?e 662 

Luff V. Leaper 94, 797 

Luker v, Dennis 660, 1922 

Luiham, Re 816 

Lumb V. Beaumont 1170 

i». Teal 1002 

Lumley, i^e 986,1746 

». Gye 1148 

17. Simmons 491 

Lumsden t;. Burnett . . . . 3,1616 

Lund. /?« 1446 

V, Campbell 650 

V. Liverpool School for Indi- 
gent Blind 484 

Lury V. Pearson 1976 

Luscombe v. G. W. Ry . . 878, 1316 

Lttshington v. Sewell 1494 

Luther t;. Bianconi 1727 

Lutterel v, Weston 2284 

Luxford t;. Cheeke 467 

Lttxmore v. Robson 1038 

Luxon, Ex p.. Re Pidsley .... 138 

Lycett, /?€ 2087 

Lyde v. Barnard 5 

Lydney Iron Co v. Bin! .... 1677 
Lyell V. Kennedy 286, 1666, 1724, 2279 
Lyle Co v. Cardiff Corp .... 450 
Lynall u. Longbothom .... 740, 797 

Lynch v. Copinger 201 

i;. Lynch 1487 

V. Nurden 1354 

Lyndon v. Standbridge . . . 1773, 2029 

Lyne, Re 179 

V. Leonard 740 

Lyne Stephens, Re 734 

Lynes, /2e, fx p. Lester .... 716 

Lynn v. Bell 801 

Lynne Regis Case 208 

Lyon, i2e 1297 

V. Fishmongers' Co . . 975, 1763 

V. Greenhow . . 1144, 2013, 2014 

u. Knowles 276 

r. Morris 714,1148 

u. Reed 1994 

V. Tomkies 1388 

Lyons v. De Pass 1164 

p. Wilkins 186,1149 

Lys 17. Lys 820 

Lysaght. fle . . . .21,676,760,1608 

V. Coleman 1971 

17. Edwards . . . .166,1288,2170 

17. M'Gratli 9 

17. Warren 494 



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Ljsons V, Enowles 164 

Lythgoe V. Vernon 2209 

Lvtton, lie 1054 

-1- ». G. N. Ry 1262 



M. 

M,/2c 631 

Mabbett, iZe 00 

Maberly o. Strode .... 1349,2187 

Mac, The 1836,1866 

MacAlIister v. Rochester, Bp 1344, 1417 

McAndrew v. Barker 1001 

V, Chappie 400 

V. Electric Telegraph Co . . 1666 

1;. GaUagher 1103 

McArthur, ^p 1684 

M'AoliCFe v. Fitzsimons .... 1724 

M'Bean v. Deane 179 

M'Cabe v. Galsworthy 2124 

McCaU V. Houlder 803 

V. Taylor 1818 

MacCallum, Re 860 

M'Cance v. Lond & N. W. Ry . . 1667 

M'Cann v. Downshire 2076 

McCann v. McKaughley . . . . 1164 

MCarthy, i2« 1664 

V. Daunt 293 

McCarthy v. Metrop Bd of Works 978 
McCawley v. Furness iiy 840. 1886, 1393 

M'CIean v. Simpson 971 

McCHntock, /?e 426 

M'Connel v. Murphy 1795 

M<;ord V. Cammell . . . 291, 676, 2086 

McCord r. McCord 367 

Maccord u. Osborne .... 887, 1655 

M'Connick v. Patten 299 

Maccoy v. West 618 

M'Crea v. Holdsworth 1260 

McDonald v. Jopling 616 

Macdonald, /28 .... 23,396,1185 

o. Law Union Insrce .... 2100 

r. I^ngbottoni .... 1225, 2289 

r. TaeqnahCo 472 

McDonnell v. Fitzgerald .... 2i)2 

p. McKinty 649 

M'Donneli v. Idorrow 1818 

P.Murray 1262 

M Dougal r. Creedon 970 

p. Sutheriand 947 

Macdougall v. Copestake .... 1910 

P.Patterson 1176 

Macdougle v. Royal Ex. Assrce . 1943 

M'Dowall r. Boyd 742 

Macduff, /?« . . . 197,294,296.1479 
McEntire p. Crossley . . . .186.240 

Macey p. Gilbert 926, 1144 

V. Shurmer 1580 

Macfarlane v, Hulton . . . 1618, 1924 

p. Lister 1563 

P.Taylor 979 

Macile p. Callander Ry . . 1728,1986 
McGarel./2e .... 693,1071,1448 

McGeorge, Exp 176, 267, 2168 

McGiffen v. Palmer's Ship Bg Co . 492, 

2226 
MacGowan,/2e 369,1262 



Page 
McGowan p. United States ... 116' 

McGrah p. Cartwright 188 

McGralh, /?« 1836,2230 

Macgregor v. Clay 817 

McGregor p. Gregory . . . 196, 1288 

p. McGregor 1014 

V. Thwaites 1030 

McHarg v. Universal Stock Ex. . 1626 

Mc Henry, Exp 1446 

, Re 1910 

Macher p. Foundling Hosp. . . . 876 
Machin p. Lond. & S. W. Iiy . . . 1834 
McHole V. Davies .... 592, 1873 
Machu p. Lond. & S. W. Uy . . . 1834 

MachynUeth v. Pool 2131 

Mcllquham p. Taylor . . . 1862, 2274 
McUwraith v. Dublin Ry . . . . 1802 

Mclnany v. Hildreth 1487 

Mclntire p. Barnes 187 

Macintosh p. Pogose . . . 1374, 1622 

Mcintosh r. G. W. Ry 284 

p. Romford 1948 

p. Simkins 1182 

p. Slade 1224 

Mcintosh and Pontypridd Co, Re . 107, 

1721,2217 

Maclntyre v. Connell 1608 

Mackp. Petter 2064 

p. Ward 472 

McKane, Re 2081 

Mackay p. Bannister 960 

p. McGuire 2023 

p. Merritt 662 

M'Kay p. M'Nally .... 129, 1229 

McKay v. Rutherford 342 

McKechnie p. Vaughan .... 1303 

M'Kee p. M'Grath 261 

Macken p. Ellis 278 

M*Kenzie v. British Linen Co . . 1886 
Mackenzie, /?e . . 257,476,1910,2178 

p. Childers 991, 1774 

p. Day 467 

p. Devonshire 709 

p. Dunlop 682,1480 

p. Mackenzie . 10, 514, 1150, 1669 

p. Whitworth .... 822, 1384 

Mackenzie's Settlement .... 1389 
McKeowne p. Bradford .... 1856 

Mackesy v. Mackesy 645 

Mackie v. Mackie 281 

Mackill p. Wright 466 

Mackinley p. Sison 600 

Mackinnon p. Clark .... 1752, 2091 

Mackintosh v. Trotter 733 

Mackonochie v. Penzance .... 1221 
Mackrell v. Brentford Jus. . . . 1710 
Mackreth p. Glasgow & S. W. Ry . 1827 

M'Kune p. Joynson 46 

Maclaren v. Stain ton 1312 

MacUy v. Baker 890 

McLayp. Perry 1225 

Maclean, i2e 1705 

McLean p. Clydesdale Bankg Co . 1435 

p. Dunn 451 

V. Fleming 465 

p. Monk 881 

Macleay, Re 694 

Macleod, The 577 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Macleod v. Annesley lt>()2 

V. A-G. N. S. Wales .... 2238 

r. Wakley 6^8 

McLeod i;. Inl. Rev 404 

y. McNab 370,1766 

V. Power 1020 

McLeroth v. Bacon 6y4 

M'Loughlin, Re 8?8 

Maclurcan v. Lane . . . . .21, 1850 

V. Maclurcan 1686 

McMalion, He 1090 

M'Malion v. Gaussen 183 

p. Irish N. W. Ry 1784 

McManus v. Cooke .... 097, 1288 

». Hay 372 

V. Lane. & Y. Ry 1667 

McMullen v. Wadswortli .... 666 
MacMurdo. /?« . . . 600,1162,1466 

McMurray v. Spicer 2041 

McMyn, fte 956 

MacNab v. Robertson 1946 

V. Whilbread ...'... 1630 

McNair v. Audenshaw 1001 

Macnamara v. Macnamara ... 63 

Macnce v. Gorst ^92 

V. Persiun Investment Corp 276, 746 

McNicholas v. Dawson 616 

M'Onie V. Whyte 864 

Macoubrey v. Jones 2288 

McPherson v. Daniels 11-18 

Macpherson v. Scottish Socy . . 2186 
McQueen and Farquhar, He . . . 1414 
Macrow v. G. W. Ry . . . U72, 1473 

McSliane, i5:j:;). 3«4 

i;. Baxter 22:i7 

McVeigh, Re 1565 

Mac William v. Dawson 2148 

Madden w.Ikin 607 

Maddison v. Chapman 1206 

Maddock, /ie 147 

V, Wallasey 1950 

Madeley v. Booth 1072 

V. Bridgnortli 807 

Madell w. Tliomas 192 

Maden r. Taylor 2000 

Magarrili v. Whitehaven .... 1409 

MaKdalen, The 610 

Magdalen Coll. Case 81H) 

Magdalen Coll. v. A-G 1-Ht4 

Magdalen Hosp. v. Knotts . 890, 21W4. 

2196 

Magee ». Lavell 1104. llOo 

Magellan Pirates, The . . . 144, 1482 
Magennis v. Fallon .... 1358, 2057 
Mag^i, Re, Winehouse v. Wine- 
house 1741,1814 

Magner and Hawkes, Re . . 602, 1641 
Magnolia Metal Co, Re 289, 699, 810, 829 

Magnus v. Buttemer 1944 

Mahon, Re 078, 908, imi 

V. Stanhope 1358 

Mahon and Sayer, Re 146 

Malioney v. Ashlin 977 

MMidwell V. Andrews 486 

Maillard v. Argyle .... 742. 1436 

Main, The 1385, 1870 

U.Stark 134,1032 

Main Colliery Co v. Davies . . . 607 



Mainland v. Upjolm 1818 

Mainprice v. Westley . . . 2261, 2202 

Biainwaring, Re 1828 

». MiUier 111*2 

' MaitUnd, Re 867, 1818 

». Adair 1963 

V. Chalte 1074 

V. Mackinnon . . . 109, 178, 1926 

Majendie v, Carruthers .... 708 
Major V. Park Lane Co .... 1420 

Malam, i2e 948 

Malcolm v. Ingram 254 

Maloolmson, /ee 1913 

Malcomson v. Malcomsou ... 741 

n. O'Dea 727. 844 

Maldon v. Woolvet .... 726, 1394 

Malim v. Barker 1631 

p. Keighley 16:n 

Malins V. Freeman .... 2193,2195 

Mfilkm, Exp 1803 

Mallanv. May . . . 1122,1123,1222 

r. Radloff 1452 

Mallet V. Hanly 1477 

V. Howitt 279 

Mallet 1166 

Mallinson v. Carr .... 1046.1822 

0. Siddle 808, 1066 

Mallory's Case 130 

Malmesbury v, Malmesbury . 1349, 1821 

Malone v. O'Connor 1531 

V.Stewart 874 

Maloney v. Lingard 1600 

Maltby, Re 291, 759 

V. Murrells 1333 

MaltoD v. West 1882 

Malton Loc Bd v. Malton Manure 

Co 856, 973. 1301, 1.349 

Malvern Hill Conservators v. Foley 617 

Manby v. Bewicke 861 

V. Sjott 1250 

Manchester v. Andrews .... 1970 

0. McAdam 1108 

V. Onnskirk 1735 

Manchester Bonding Warehouse 
Co V, Carr 818, 962, 1039, 1362, 2057, 

2227 

Manchester Brewery Co v. Coombs 182, 

810, 1070, 1923, 1968, 2197 

p. N. Cheshire, &c, Co ... 248 

Manchester Infirmary v, A-G. . . 2106 
Manchester Law Clerks Socy v. 

Wilson 451 

Manchester, S. & L. Ry t;. Ander- 
son 1640 

V. Denaby Main Co 704, 1101, 1561, 

1789, 2162 

1;. Doncaster 474 

V, Nortli Central Wagon Co . 193, 

1677. 1818 

». Pidcock . . 873,405,044,2033 

V. Wallis 1315 

Manchester Ship Canal Co v. Man- 
chester Racecourse Co 726. 1462, 2170 

V. Midland Ry 1647 

V. Rochdale Canal Co ... 2210 

Manchester Trust v. Furness . 866, 1362 
Manchester & Liverpool Bk v. 
Parkinson 1001 



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Page 
Manchester & London Assrce, Re , 1295 
Manciiester & MilforU Ky, Re 393, 1679, 

2208 
Maocliester, &c, Traders' Assns v. 

Lane. & Y. Ry . . . . 952, 1605 
Manchester, &c Trams Co, Re . 4 

Mandleberg v. Moriey 1668 

Mangerton, The 1764 

Mangey v. Hungerford 1400 

Mangin v. Mangin 788 

Manly, Re 2031 

Mann v. G. S. & W. Ry . . . . 1890 

V, Owen 486, 1818 

Manners v. Johnson 226, 456 

V. Pearson 19 

Manning, /2e 1138,2046 

V. Chamhers ... 66, 868, 1851 

1^. Clement 1066 

V. Commrs of Titles .... 638 

p. Eastern Counties Ry 1 16 

o. Lunn 1407 

V. Purcell 899, 1216 

». Wasdale 1671 

V. Wells 843 

Mannion v. Harrison 930 

Mannoz v. Greener 1811 

Mansel, Re 416 

Mansell v. Clements 1003 

Manser v. Diz 1067 

Mansergh v. Rimell .... 671, 1294 
Mansfield v. Blackburne .... 2270 

r. Butterworth . . . 989, 2139 

Mansion House Assn v, Lond. & S. 

W. Ry 746, 1789, 2128 

Manson o. Hope 854, 2084 

Mant &. Leith 1661 

Mantle v. Jordan 1489 

Manton v. Tabois . . . 823, 898, 994 

Maori King v. Hughes 1809 

Maple V. Junior A. & N. Stores . . 205 
Mara p. Browne . . . .215,986,1515 

Maraia, ^x» 1167 

March, /fe 1023 

V. Ward 905 

Marcus. Re 787, 1077 

MardeU V. Curtis 203;) 

Mardon, Re 013 

Mare v. Charles 1450 

Margaret, The 1099, 1499 

Margary v. Robinson 519,739,1755. 2017 
Margetson v. Wright . . . 1859, 1907 
Margetts and Ocean Accident 
Guarantee Corp, Re .... 2179 

Marhant v. Twisden 1743 

Maria, The 1005 

Marianne, The 1251 

Marine Insroe v. China Trans- 
pacific 153 

Marine Mansions Co. Re ... , 2122 
Maritime Bk of Canada t^. Rec. 
Gen. New Brunswick .... 442 

Mark Lane, The 583, 584 

Marker r. Marker 1358 

Market Harborough v. Kettering . 781 

Market Overt Case 1163 

Markey v. Tolworth .... 278, 387 

Markham v. Hutt 1779 

c. Ivatt 1248 



Page 
Marks v. Benjamin .... 1039, 1603 

». Beyfus 1611 

V. Ford 1950 

V. Frogley 85, 402, 1198. 1900, 2086 

r. Hall 151 

Mark weirs Case 817 

Marlborough, Re 1406 

V. Majoribanks .... 267, 866 

V. Mariborough 2263 

V. Osborn 2016 

V. Queen Anne's Bounty . . 866 

Marlow v. Thompson 1173 

Marpesia, The 962 

Marquess, Re 894 

Marreti;. Sly 1901 

Marriage v. Wilson 818 

Marriage & Co, Ae 282 

Marris v. Ingram 712 

Marrow ». Fliraby, &c, Co 240,616,916, 

2116 

Marsden t;. City & County Assrce . 216, 

721, 1857, 1597 

«;. Lane. & Y. Ky 717 

V. Meadows 1676, 1677 

V. Moser 1980 

V. Saville Street 724 

Marseilles Extension Ry, Re . . 535 
Marseilles Imperial Land Co, Re 171, 888 
Marsh, Re ... . 395, 675, 1007, 1008 

V. Conquest 279 

V. Estcourt 1835 

V. Granville 865 

V. Higgins 1222 

V. Marsh 444 

Marsh and Smith's Case .... 1156 

Marshall V. Baker 1014 

V. Bentley 608 

v.Fox 126,849 

V. Green 826, 997, 1677 

V. Hill 1074 

V. Langley 1344 

i;. Marshall 1446 

V, Murgatroyd 623 

V. Orpen 265, 613, 2272 

u. Richardson 740 

V. Rudeforth 1797 

V. Smith 114, 389 

V. S.StafibrdshireTramwaysCo 1578 

V. Taylor 558, 659 

0. UUeswater Nav. Co. . . . 727 

Marshall and Salt, Re 2140 

Marshfleld, Re . . 241, 203, 1684, 1979 
Marshland Smeetli Commrs, Re . 878 
Marson v. L. C. & D. Ry . . . 447, 895 

W.Lund 1176 

Martelli v. Holloway . . . 1513, 1595 

Marten, Re 1071 

V. Nippon Insrce 1764 

Martin, Re . 238, 566, 1081, 1342, 1716, 
1904, 2007, 2142 

V. Glover 1367 

V. Hewson 609 

V. Hobson 1218 

V. Holgate 1014 

». Lee 805 

u. L. C. & D. Ry 997 

V. London Co. Co 975 

V. McAlpine 835 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Martin v, Mackonocliie 164, 510, 1048, 

1358, 1528, 1704, 2263 

V. Margham 145 

». Martin 36, 8»5, 515 

V. Pridgeon 2175 

V. Purcell 2099 

u. Smith 2032,2197 

i;. Trarellers' Iiisrce .... 49 

V. Treacher . . . 1318, 1819, 1448 

V. Trimmer, Re Davidson . . 400 

V, West Derby 180 

». Wright 432 

Martineau v. Kitching 938 

V, Rogers 2067 

Martins v. Upcher . . 324, 1292, 1489 

Martyn, Re 2026 

V. Clue 176 

V. Williams . 1073, 2027, 2028, 2270 

Martyr v. Bradley 921 

V. Lawrence 1812 

Marvin v. Wallace 12 

Mary Ann, Tlie 537 

Mary Thomas, The ^ 803 

Marylebone Vestry v. Sheriff of 

London 2008 

V. Zoological Socy .... 1800 

Maryon Wilson, Re 485, 646 

Mashiter v. Dunn 1409 

V. Smith 129 

Maskelyne Typewriter, Lim. . . 1402 
Mason, Ex p.. Re Smith .... 1315 

, Ex p.. Re Wliite 68 

, /ee ... 22, 90, 1416, 1742, 1818 

V. Bennett 368 

r. Bibby 978 

r. Broadbent 241 

t'. Cowdary 120 

V. Dean 2121 

V. Harris 203 

r. Hey wood 600 

V. Lambert 14()1 

V. Lickbarrow ...... 192 

V. Limbury 1631 

». Mitchell 694 

r. Schuppisser . . 988, 1845, 1467 

V. Shrewsbury, &c, Ry . . . 1758 

V. Westoby 2288 

V. Wirral 30, 273 

Mason's Orphanage, Re . . , . 1797 

Masper V. Brown 271 

Massereene v, Inl. Rev 1845 

Massey, Re 2118 

V. Heynes 1264 

u. Morris 71 

V. Sladen 912, 984, 1333 

Massingberd, Re 1228 

Massy v. Lloyd 1433 

V. Nanny 404 

— ^ V. Norse 1641 

V. Rowen 1900 

Master v. Miller 1169 

Master in £q. Victoria v. Pearson 477 

Masters v. Durst 1358 

V. Green 60 

r. Manby 566 

p. Pontypool 1492 

Masters and G. W. Ry, i2e . . 974, 976 
Mather v. Lawrence 793 



Mather v, Roddy, Re Little . . . 948 

Matliews v. Brown 451 

V. Gardiner 805. 1065 

V. Jordan 1063 

MathewBon's Case 5(^3 

Matson, Re 1624 

p. Baird 1645 

Matthews, /Se 1644 

V. Brise 882 

p. Buchanan .... 809, 2092 

». G. N. Ry 560 

V. Keble 22 

V. Ovey 273 

V. Paul 2288 

V. Usher 129, 132, 1292 

Matthias v. Mesnard 1616 

Matthieson v. Loud. & County Bk 1287 

Matte V. Hawkins 1421 

Maude, Exp 2262 

r. Baildon 1961 

». Brook 1796,1797 

V. Maude 1348 

Maudslay, Re 924 

Maugham, Re 2277 

Maughan, Re 1839, 1583 

V. Mason 1470 

V. Sliarpe 613 

Maund's Case 1067, 1334 

Maund r. Mason .... 806, 300, 307 

Maving v. Todd 348 

Mavro v. Ocean Mar Insree . . . 803 

Mawdsley V. Beesley 869 

Mawson v. Blane 1665 

r. Fletcher 981 

Maxstead v. Paine 2068 

Maxwell, Re , 36, 733, 928, 1641, 1711 

r. Hogg 410,2064 

V, Inl. Rev 494 

V. Maxwell 476, 2233 

V. Ward 781 

May V. Brown 1317 

V. Burdett 665 

V. Chapman 121>0 

V. Grave 1666 

I?. Lane 310 

V.May 1732 

u. Piatt 645,1493 

V, Thompson .... 1957, 1958 

May's Lynde, Re 391 

Mayl>erry v. Brooking 478 

Mayd v. Field 1826 

Mayer, i2e 1800 

r. Claretie 2117 

U.Harding 114,1856 

r. Murray 2161 

Mayfair Co v. Johnston .... 1422 
May fair Property Co, /?«.... 2122 

Mayfield v, Wadsley 826 

Mayhew v. Cattermole .... 1067 

». Maxwell 18:i0 

V. Nelson 790 

V. Parker 1275 

V. Wardley 626 

Maynard, /fc 1341 

V. Wright 1014, 1348 

Maynards, Re 391 

Mayne v. Mayne 1666 

Mayott V. Mayott 1810 



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Mead r. Davison 1127 

Meade. /2c 1843 

Meade's and Belt's Case .... 126 
Meader v. West Cuwes . . 820, 1848 

Meadows v. Tanner 22(51 

t'. Taylor 87 

Meakin o. Morris 2110 

Measure i;. Carleton 1938 

Meatli V. Winchester . . . 1463, 1574 
Mecca, The . . 876,1437,1867,1868 

Mecredjr v, Taylor 1250 

Medawar v. Grand Hotel Co 813, 2248 

Mediana, The 458 

Medical Battery Co, Re .... 1535 
Medina, The ......... 584 

V. Stoaghton 2214 

Mediand, i2e. Eland V. MedUnd . 1638 

Medley i;. Medley 1813 

Medlock, /2e 1847 

Medows, i2s 2218 

Medway v. Bedminster .... 2240 

V. MedvraT 1463 

Meeds r. Wood 1748 

Megson v. Hindle 803 

Meiklereid v. West 1392 

Meirelles v. Banning 2263 

Melaugh v. Chambers 1243 

Melbourne v. Greenfield .... 1489 
Melhado e. Porto Alegre Ry . . 390 

Mellen V.Ford 1494 

Mellington v. Goodtitle .... 272 

Mellidh V. MeUish 1906 

r. Motteux 492 

r. Vallins 1956 

Melliss V. Shirley .... 167, 1856 

Mellona, The 1099 

Mellor V. Denham 815, 438 

o. Spateman .... 1088, 1937 

r. Tomkinson 1132 

Mellows V. Mellows 514 

Melrose Abbey, The 756 

Melsom v, Giles 53 

Melrille v. Hayden 1637 

c. Mirror of Life Co 150, 742. 816. 

1466 

r. Stringer . . . 926,1334,1937 

Mendham v. Williams 1432 

Mennard V. Welford . . . 940,2129 
Menzies v. Breadalbane 1201, 1202, 1203 
Mer. & Exchange Bank v. Glad- 
stone 768 

Mercantile Bk of London v. Evans . 8, 310 
Mercantile Mar Insrce. Rb , . , 942 
Mercantile 8. S. Co r. Tyser . . 1934 
Mercantile Trading Co. /?e . . . 930 
Meruantile Trust t;. International 

Co 141.1212 

». Rirer Plate Trust . 1212, 1569 

Mercer, Exp 2198 

V. Mercer 204 

V. Sparks 1150 

V. Vans Colina .... 1471, 1472 

Merchant Prince, The 962 

Merchant Shipping Co v. Armitage 284 
Merchant Taylors' Co, Re . . , 2^7 

Meredith, Re 675, 2286 

V. Gittens 1282 

— p. Heneage 1530,1531 



Page 

Meredith v. Holman 245 

V. Treflfry 607 

V, Watson 567, 668 

i;. Wilson 2272 

Meriton v, Giibee 502 

Merivale v. Carson 688 

Merrick i;. Wakley 1600 

Merricks. /?e 1014 

v. Cadwallader . . . 1365,2098 

Merrill v. Morton 1264 

u. Wilson ... 562, 1493, 2121 

Merriman v. Williams 195 

Merritt v. Judd 84 

Merry v, Pownall 1254 

Merry weather v. Nixan .... 896 
Mersey Docks v. Birkenhead . 88, 1052 

—- r. Cameron 181 

». Henderson .... 1849, 2088 

V. Hunter 262 

». Inl. Key 404 

V. Llanelian 180 

V. Lucas 794, 1572 

r. Turner 458 

V. Twigge .... 189, 916, 2088 

Merspy Loan Co v, Wootton . . 1578 

Mersey Uy,/?€ 470>2268 

Mersey Wood Co, Be 2121 

Merthyr Tydvil o. Stepney . . . 1735 

Mervin, Re 819, 1462 

Meryon v, Collett 1387 

Mesnard v. Welford .... 940, 2129 

Messent v. Reynold 1086 

Mestayer i;. Biggs 1441 

MetcalfsCase 705.716 

Metcalf. i2e 66,287 

V. Bruin 353 

Metcalfe. /?«? 827,2120 

V.Britannia Co 1247 

V. Cox 1353 

V, Hutchinson 1716 

Methuen and Blore, Re . . 652, 1787 

Metrop Assn r. Petch 881 

Metrop Asylums District v. Hill . 1298, 

1299 
Metrop Bank. Re, Heiron's Case . 1033 

». Heiron 3(J1 

V Pooley 778 

Metrop Bd of Works v. Howard . 976 

It. r^nd. & N. W. Ry . . . 08 

V. McCarthy 974, 975 

V. Steed 1349, 1360 

V. West Ham 181 

Metrop Coal Consumers' Assn v, 

Scrimgeour 2124 

Metrop Counties Assn c. Brown 731 

Metrop District Ry v. Fulham 108, 12-36 

V. Sharpe 675 

Metrop District Ry and Cosh, Re . 1985. 

2006 
Metrop Police r. Cartman . . . 577 

Metrop Ry.fle 1665,2270 

V, Defries 1716 

V. Fowler 106. 596, 659, 871, 1054. 

1055, 1364, 1963, 2029 

V. Turnhara 1547 

Metrop Ry and Cotton's Trustees, 

Re 1064 

Meunier, /2e 1504 



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Page 

Meuz V, Coblej 450, 701, 814, 887, 903, 

922, 1203, 2213 

u. G. E. Rj 1130, 2072 

V. Jacob 1468 

Mewburn. Re 2277 

Mews V. The Queen . 346, 1140, 1653 
Mexborough v. Wliitwood . . . 750 
Meyer, Ex p.. Re Stoplianj ... 7 

V. Decroix & Co . . 12, 704, 1839 

V. Ralli 083 

Meyerhoff i;. Froehlich .... 6 

Meyerstein, Re 609 

Meyricke, Re 557 

Michel, Re 1621) 

Michell, Re 791, 16*20. 1913 

V. Michell . . 83, 603, 1613. 1585 

Micklethwait v. Micklelliwait 1841, 2218 
Micklethwaite r. Kewlay Co . . 885 

V. Winter ... 907, 1202, 18'.)9 

Middlesborough Bg Socy, i?e . . 2114 
Middlesex Co. Co. v. St George's . 181 

p. Willesden .... 557,1137 

Middleton, i:x/J 262,1360 

, Re 1085, 2037 

V. Bradley 16G8 

V. Brown 860 

V. Chichester 1516 

V. Crofts 1628 

Midgley v. Coppock 1379 

V. Richardson 1S66 

V. Smith 2158 

Midland Coal Co, /?e .... 435,471 
Mid. G. W. Ry, Ireland, v, Dublin 

&MeathRy 623,1763 

Mid. Ry v. BUck . . 952, 1665, 1672 

V. Checkley . . . 1201. 1202. 2267 

V. Edmonton . . . 840, 341, 1562 

V. Freeman 281 

V G. VV. Ry . . 356, 688, 1270. 1306 

V. Haunchwood Co . . 1201, 1202, 

1203 

w. Ix)8eby 631,1672 

V. Manchester, &c, Ry . . . 1118 

». Miles 1202. 1970 

u. Robinson . 618, 1201, 1202, 1208 

u. Sills 1665, 1672 

u. Watton . . . 1917,1948,2111 

V. Withington 1629 

Mid. Waggon Co. v. Potteries, 

Shrewsbury, &c, Ry 1645 

Midleton v, McDonnell . . . 910, 13 IG 
Miedbrodt v. Fitzsimon .... 687 

Migotti V. Colville 249 

Milbank v. Vane 491 

Milburn v. Jamaica Co .... 802 

». Lond. & S. W. Ry . . . 1087 

Mildmay's Case 1359 

Mildmay v. Methuen 1981 

Mildred v. Maspons 1290 

Mile-End Old Town v. Whitby . 1378 

V. Whitechapel 1412 

Miles, £'x/7 618 

V. Dyer 1348 

V. Furber 1616 

V. Harris 1089 

r. Harrison . . . 1730,2037,2235 

». Jarvis 2046 

1-. Miles . . 852, 1193, 1237, 1296 



Miles V. New Zealand Alford Estate 

Co 748 

p. Presland 1026 

Miiford V. Hughes 222 

Milford Dock Co, Re, Ex p. Lister 434 

Milissich v. Lloyd's 689 

Millar u. Taylor 409 

MiUard, Re 923 

V. Bailey 1861 

O.Millard 867 

Millen v. Brasch 1120 

Miller's Case 12^5 

Miller, Re 178, 384, 604, 863. 1107. 1291. 
1859, 1481, 1616, 1634, 1558 

». Borner 260,1225 

i;. Chapman 1969 

O.Collins . . 290,954,996,9^8 

o. Dell 277 

r. Everton 1993 

V, Gulson 891 

V. Miller 1550 

V. Race 269. 1261 

V. Salomons . . . 489, 1796, 2101 

V. Sharp 1453 

Miller's Dale Co, Re . 138, 1008, 1287 

Milligan,£xp 1167,1900 

, Re 1161 

Milligen o. Picken .... 1590,1859 
Millington v. Harwood .... 1085 

V. Loring 1170, 17.^7 

V. Thompson 24 

Millner, Re 1643 

Mills, Re 1 , 69. 376. 1238. 1059, 2102. 2246 

V. Armstrong 1200 

0. Charlesworth .... 409,881 

V. Dugmore 1381 

V, Dunham 96, 250, 461, 466, 1745, 

2087 

V, Farmer .... 296, 452, 669 

V. Hughes 676 

o. MilTward 2017 

o. N. Ry of Buenos Ay res Co 1571 

r. Scott 1686 

Mllman v. Lane 864 

Milne, Exp., Re Batten ... 68, 1169 

,Re 2044 

O.Gilbert 1277 

o. Graham &J 

o. Wood 803 

Milner,/2c 9,1624.1738 

0. G N. Ry 1646, 1647 

o. Maclean 744 

o. Milner 444 

Milnes r. Foden 2036 

o. Huddersfield . 487, 1482, 1625 

Milroy o. Lord 812 

— o. Milroy 1206 

Milsom 0. Awdry 53 

Milsome o. Long 604 

Milverton S. S. Co o. Cape Town 

Gas Co 1248 

Minehead 0. Luttrell 1386 

Mineral Residues o. Levant Mine . 1075 

Mines Case 1204, 1772 

Minifie o. Banger .... 1243, 2028 

Mining Shares Co, Ae 854 

Minnie, The 1241 

Minor o. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 263 



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Minors v. Baltiaon .... 479, 1678 

Minsliall v. Lloyd 733 

Minslmll, fie 1911 

Minter o. Wells 724 

V. William* 1144, 2177 

Minton v Geiger .... 178, 1687 
Mirams, Re .... 946,1610.1611 
MUcalfe v. Westaway .... 131, 134 

Mitchel V Reynolds 1732 

Mitchell, Re, Ex p. Cunningham 667, 623 

l^CantriU 939 

V. Collg 2137 

V. Fordham 485, 1378 

!•• Forster 141 

r. Hender 263, 266 

V Henry 1309 

V. Lane. & Y. Ry . . . 1286, 1398 

r. Lee 478 

V. Newhall 1862 

^— V. Sinipson 148, 144 

Mitford V. Wayland 307 

Mittens p. Foreman 778 

Mitton V. Troke 246 

Moase v. White 1668 

Mocatta v. AG., Re Goldsmid . . 759 

o. Lindo 1432 

o. Mocatta 1312 

Mcxllen 9. Snowball . . . 674, 768, 1749 

Mody V. Gregson 1790 

Moenich u. Fenestre . . . 1546, 2078 
Moes V. Leith & Amsterdam Co . 1069 

Moffalt p. Barnie 1021 

V. Dickson 1660 

V. Ward 717 

Moffet V. Catlierwood 1079 

Ibloffett r. Goiigh ... 202, 1032, 1476 

Mogford V, Courtenay 828 

Moggr. Clark 1663 

r. Yatton 1428 

Moggridge r. Thackwell .... 296 

Mogridge v Clapp 819 

Mogul Co V, McGregor 3.38, 973, 1148, 

161W, 2129, 2279 

M')ir V. Royal Kx Assrce . . . 507 

r. Williams .... 225, 227, 735 

Molifere, The 441, 1386 

Moliire S. S. Co v. Naylor . . . 1093 

Mollett V. Robinson 1020 

V. Wackerbarth 1169 

Molloy V. Kilby 1344 

Molton, Re 2049 

r. Camroux 361, 2193 

MoWneux, fxn 1340,1-397 

:, /?€... 867, 1900 

V. Fletcher 46. 1544 

Monaghan v. Taylor 279 

Monck V. Croker 1706 

V. Hilton 767, 1370, 1098, 1922, 2169 

Monck ton v. Payne 277 

Monckton to Gilzean 94 

Monk V. Bartram 1910 

p. Hnskisson 2115 

V. Mawdsley 67 

V Noyes ni9 

V. Whittenbury 66 

Monkhoase, Ex p., Re Maughan . 1839 

Monks r. Dykes 893 

— V, Jnckson 879 



Page 
Monmouth Ry & Csn. Co v. Hill . 161 
Monsen v. Macfnrlnne . . . .118, 460 

Monson, //e 1843 

Montagu, Re 1676, 1787 

Montague v. Flockton 2237 

V. Nucella 1346 

i;. Sandwich 1119 

Montgomery v. ¥oy 1008 

V. Middleton 118 

V. Thompson 2082 

Monti p. Barnes 733 

Montreal p. Standard Light Co . . 2118 
Montreal Gas Co v. Vasey . . . 706 
Montrose PeerHsre Case .... 648 
Mony penny r. Mony penny 480, 602, 1713 

Moodie o. Bai:nister 23 

Moody, Re 1142 

V. Corbett 39 

V. Surridge 410 

V. Tree 1869 

Moody & Yafes, Re 1436 

Moojen, /?e, Ax p. Bouchard . . 1816 

Moon, /2c 976 

, Re, Er /). Dawes .... 66, 2274 

». Dnrden ... 224, 1137, 1751 

V. Witney 1635 

Mooney r. VVillcocks 2021 

Moor 0. Raisbeck 306 

17. Roberts 1784 

Moore, Ex p., Re THUhUiU . .434,716 

, Re 6^6, 129(J, 1682, 16.33, 1632, 1716, 

1740, 1971 

V, Beagley 1.337 

V. Brompton Co. Co. Bailiff . 1207 

V. Campbell 1226 

V. Clench 890 

V. Culrerhouiio 402 

V. Darton 668 

V. Denn 870 

v» Edwards 1146 

V Ffolliot 1073 

V. Gill 817 

V. Greg 132 

V. Harris 990 

V. James 643 

V. Moore 367 

V Pearce 1749 

V. Rawliu!* 1626 

V. Robinson 915, 2166 

V. Shelley 1333 

p. Taylor 717 

p. Watson 1690 

p. Woolsey 202, 1794 

Moore and Batt, Re 602 

Moorhouse p. Linney 852 

p. Woolfe 696 

Mnran p. Place 985 

Morant p. Taylor .... 114, 1370 

p. Wheal Grenville Co . . . 257 

Moravian Socy, Re . , 6, 607, 940, 2129 
Morewood, Re, P>rington v. More- 
wood 1574 

p. Pollok 721 

p. S. Yorks. Ry 810 

Morgan, Re 9, 89, 90, 012, 1010, 1613, 1716, 
1841, 1901, 1966 

— V. Alexander 867 

p Bowles 1856 



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P»ge 

Morgan v. Britten 70 

u. Castlegate S. S. Co 637, 1009, 1897 

V. Crawshay . . 1203, 1669, 1916 

V, Daries 1891 

V.Edwards 1864,1866 

V. Gronow 871 

V. Hardy 1090 

y. Hatchell 432 

r. Hedger 2092 

V. Hutchins 492 

r. King 1246 

V. Lend. Gen. Omnibus Co 120, 849, 

1049, 1168, 1878, 2269 

U.Mather 2127 

V. Minett 2126 

V, Parry 1862 

V. Seaward 1169, 1663 

V, Swansea 165 

». Thomas 806,1011,1012,1014,1348 

V. Thorne 963 

V. West 2010 

Moriartv i;. Martin 1682 

V. Moriarty 1604 

Morice v. Durham . . . 186, 296, 1846 

Morier,J5:arp 1286,1764 

Morison o. Thompson 1811 

Morisse v. Royal British Bank . . 1176 

Morland v. Cook 1252 

Morley v. Carter 622 

O.Clifford 1987 

V. Cook 2261 

V. Croxon, Re Hedgman 769, 1990 

V. Greenhalgh 1488 

V. Jones 62 

V. Loughnan 2126 

V. Morley 292 

Moroney, Re 201, 764, 816 

Morony v. Morony 1682 

Morrell V. Fisher 1312,2087 

». Morrell 1161 

Morrice v. Aylmer . . 1861,1938,1940 

u. Smart 2091 

Morrieson, Re 2240 

Morrill v. Slate 864 

Morrin v. Morrin 646 

Morris' Case 1427,2122 

Morris, /?« 822,1737 

, Rf, Bucknill v. Morris . . . 1789 

V. Barrett 462, 1009 

V, Beves 1803, 2203 

». Blackman 1128 

V. Burdett 262 

V. Cleasby 496 

V. Cook's Estate 491 

V. Davies 169 

V, Dimes 2216 

t'. Duncan ... 114, 1684, 1916 

t'. Edmonds 2246 

V. Flipo 1760 

V, Jeffries 1131 

V. Langdale 1062 

p. LeTison ... 260, 1226, 1796 

V. Manesty 1939 

V. Mattliews .... 603, 1591 

V. Mellin 1970 

V. Morris .... 991, 1348, 2218 

B. Rhydydefed Co . . 1254,2166 

V. Smith 962 



Morris v. Tottenham Ry 781, 1266, 1766 

». Walker 1792 

». Wall 1441 

Morrtsh v. Harris .... 228, 1363 

Morrison, Re 179 

r. Chadwick 2001 

V. Glover 661, 651 

V, G. E. Ry 1170 

V. Hoppe 1582 

V. Muspratt 866, 2163 

V. Stubbs 1783 

V. Trustees, &c, Corp . . . 1016 

V. Unirersal Insrce .... 1894 

Morriss v. Howden . . 362, 1428, 1986 

Morritt, Re 1148 

Morrogh v. Hall 1382 

V. Power 24 

Morrow v. M'Conyille . . . 1218, 1989 
Morse, Re, Ex p, Latimer . . . 1551 

V. Fowler 1745 

u. Slue 848 

r. Tucker 477 

Morten, Re 6, 292 

Morteo v, Julian 1481 

Mortgage Insrce v. Inl. Rev. . . 1677 

p. Pound 2116 

Mortimer, ^6 1998,2000 

». BeU 2262 

V. Hartley ... 861, 1067, 1348 

V. Slater 1277, 2043 

Mortimore, Exp 1671 

V, Cragg 1089 

V. Inl. Rev. . . 386, 471, 494, 1967, 

2065 

V. Mortimore .... 1277, 2048 

Mortlock, ^e 647 

Morton, Re 2017 

». Copeland . . 940, 1886^ 1879 

— V. Emanuel 1527 

V. Freeman 1100 

V. Green 120 

V. Lamb 364 

V. Palmer 1121 

Morton and Hallett 182, 133 

Moscow Gas Co v. International Co 1492 

Moseley, Re 436, 790, 1401 

Moses V. Marsland .... 889, 1601 

». Parker 636 

Mosley v. Hide 1331 

Moss, Re 819, 1904 

V. Dunlop ...... 1277, 2059 

V. Hancock . 446, 1214, 1217, 1744 

V. Moss 947 

V. Smith 919, 2073 

V. Sweet 1784 

Mosse V. Killick 418, 1452 

Mostyn v, Lancnster 1073 

V. London 1669 

V. West Mostyn Co . . 603, 1086 

Mott V. Hicks 1792 

i>. Shoolbred 2021 

Motteram v. Eastern Counties Ry 1604, 

1618 

Moubray r. Drew 1567 

Mouflet V. Cole 568 

Moul v. Groenlngs .... 1669, 1761 

Moule V. Garrett 1967 

Moulson, /?«, Ex p. Knightly , . 1733 



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PftRe 

Moulton p. Edmonds 967 

Mounsey v. Blaniire 862 

V. Dawson 1722 

V, Ismay 696 

MountcRshell v. More-Smyth . . 1913 

». O'Neill 2080 

Monntifleld v. Ward . . . 1122, 1970 
Moun^oy's Case .... 22, 1093, 2101 

Moantney v. Collier 1039 

V. Watton 889 

Mountstephen v, Lakeman . . . 474 
Moarilyan v. Labalmondiere . . 1387 

Mouson p. Boehm 4 

Moutrie p. Mitchell 1328 

Mouys p. Leake 2196, 2197 

Mo«ratt p. Londesborough . . . 600 

Mower p. Orr 1481 

Moxon p. Berkeley Bg Socy . . 1167 

p. Sheppard 1686 

V. Townsend 2026 

Moyce p. Newington 1161 

Moyle p. Jenkins 1290 

Moysey p. HUlcoat 1689 

p. Staart 1842 

Muckleston p. Thomas .... 176 

Mnddle p. Fry 2272 

MufiFett, A; 694,1887 

Muggeridge, Re 981 

Muir p. Keay 626 

Muirhead p. Day 1446 

Mulcahy p. The Queen .... 2093 

Mulcarry p. Eyres 200 

Malckem p. Doerks 776 

Malkern p. Lord 661 

MiillHUy P. Walsh .... 648, 1683 

Muller p. Baldwin 672 

p. Inl. Rev. 634, 926, 1118, 1188, 1688 

Mullett p. Huchison 664 

Mulliner p. Mid. Ry 1986 

Mullins t*. Collins .... 1046, 1046 

p. Surrey Treasurer 344, 1140, 1668 

MuUis. /?e 1014 

Mullow V. Backer 773 

Mulqueen, /2i! 694,1761 

Mamford p. Collier ... 148, 198, 1294 

p. Getliing 1788 

r. Oxfonl. &c, Ry .... 2021 

Munday, Re, Ex p, AUam 172, 1296, 2108 

p. Norton . . 112, 156, 360, 2097 

p. Rutland 2138 

Mundella v, Shaw 430 

Mundy, Re 267, 1346 

Mundy and Ropcr^ Re 1843 

Municipal Bg Socy p. Kent . . . 661 
Municipal Permanent Building 

Socy p. Richards .... 266, 661 
Munro, Ex p.. Re Lewis .... 988 

p. Watson 1488 

Munroe, The 1984 

Munster p. Cammell Co ... . 271 

Munt p. Glynes 684 

Muntz p. Sturge 262, 384 

Murdock p. Heath 716 

MnrietU p. S. American Co . . . 386 
Murphy p. Arrow ... 758. 862, 1740 

p. Boese 1882 

p. Cheevers .... 810, 896, 1496 

p. Coffin 1776 



Page 

Murphy p. Daly 82 

p. Donnelly 627, 666 

p. Doyle 788, 1816 

p. Manning 444 

p. Ryan 1246 

V.Wilson 1119 

Murray, /?e " . . 1665 

p. Addenbrook 687 

p. Arnold 1097 

p. Close 1073, 1076 

p. East India Co ... . 69, 278 

p. GUsgow & S. W. Ry . . 1789 

p. Hall 1449 

p. Mace 1089 

-■ — p. Stephenson 1496 

p. Thorniley 32 

p. Wise 1739, 1748 

Murtagh p. Costello 1009 

Musgrave p. Brooke, Re Brooke . 1239 

p. Dundee Mags. . . . 1108, 1902 

p. IndoBure Commrs . 1427, 1768 

Muskerry p. Chinnery . . . 1072, 2049 
Muskett p. Eaton .... 144, 2234 

P.Hill 1686,2028 

Muspratt p. Gregory 1616 

Mussett p. Burch 2064 

Mussoorie Bank p. Rnynor 1037, 1531, 1638 

Mustapha p. Wedlake 668 

Musther, /?« 1860 

Mutter p. E. & Mid. Ry . . . . 983 
Mutton. £x;7.,/2e Cole .... 1616 

, Re 289 

p. Peat 1437 

Mutual Aid Bg Socy, Re . . 1114, 1595 
Mutual Provident Socy p. Macmillan 1679 
Mutual Reserre Assrce p. New 
York Insrce .... 28, 660, 2237 

Mutual Socy 1605 

Myers p. Baker 1428 

p. Defries 649,660 

p. Elliott 926 

p. Financial News .... 817 

p. Hodgson 661 

p. Lond. & S. W. Ry . 668, 1 198 

p. Myers 587 

p. Phelan 1684 

p. Sari 2228 

p. Veitch 1826 

Mysore Mining Co, Re 1035, 1172, 1264 

Mytton p. Mid. Ry 1478 

p. Mytton 1375, 1980 



N. 

Nab p. Nab 2029 

Naden, Exp 686 

Naef p. Mutter 1731,1734 

Nance, Re 1971 

Nanfan p. Legh 861, 1066 

Nanney p. Morgan 2088 

Nannock p. Horton 2090 

Napier p. Glasgow & S. W. Ry . 2128 

Nares p. Rowles 2067 

Nash p. De Freville .... 931, 2173 

p. Dillon 987 

p. Flyn 499 

p. Palmer 1640 



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Page 

Nash V. Pease 472 

Natal, Bp v. Gladatore .... 195, 683 
Nathan Newman & Cu, Re . . ^ 2*277 

National Arms Co. /^e 181 

National Bank v. Silke . . 888, 1287 
National Bank of Australia v. Mor- 
ris .. * 1046 

National Bank of Scotland v. Dew- 
hurst 1450 

National Bank of Wales, Re 840. 1541. 
1672, 1687, 1791, 1862, 1932 
National Debenture Corp, /2e . . 368 
National Deposit Bank, Ex p.. Re 

Wills 1810 

National Dwellings Socy, Re . . 256 
National Mercantile Bank, Ex p. . 1468 

, Ex p., Re Haynes . . 1310, 2108 

National Permanent Bg Socy, Re . 2106 
National Prov. Bank t7. Harle . . 8 

I?. Jackson 486, 1806 

National Savings Bank Assn, Re , 896 
National Society, &c, v. Gibbs 1022, 1586, 

1587 
National Sporting Club Co v. Cope 329 
National Telephone Co v. Baker . 1800 

V. Inl. Rev 987, 1456 

Natt, Re, Walker v. Gammage 808, 1278 

Naylor, Re 2277 

». Collinge 637 

V. Goodall 648 

Naylor and Spendla, /2e . . . . 451 

Neal. Ex p 1883 

Neale v. Ellis 276 

w. Neale 19a3 

V. Ratclifife 176 

V. Rose 149 

Neale and Drew, Re 638 

Neath Bg Socy, Re 79, 2059 

V. Luce 1960 

Neath and Brecon Ry, Re . . . 1536 

Neatherway v. Fry 1860 

Neave v. Pratt 616 

Neaverson r. Peterborough . . . 1427 

Neaves v, Spooner 71 

Neck V. Andrews 1005 

Nedbyw. Nedby 2125 

Needham v. Bowers .... 890, 1613 

Neeld v. Hendon 878 

w. Neeld 444 

Neesom v. Clarkson 1743 

Negus, /?« 1071 

Neill V. Devonshire 1042 

V. Whitworth 118 

Neill's Trustees v. Dixon .... 1992 
Neilson v. Columbian Iiisrce . . 1916 

V. Harford 603 

V. Monro 862 

t;. Mossend Iron Co ... . 587 

V. Wait 76, 468, 605, 1068, 1248, 1775 

Neirinckx, Exp 225 

Nelmes V. Hedges 911 

Nelson, Ex D 2103 

w. Anglo-American Land Co . 983 

V. Dahl ( V. Dahl v. Nelson) 919, 1458, 

2162 

r. Protection Assn . . . . 1127 

Nene Valley Comnirs t\ Dunkley . 1493 
Nei>ean i\ Doe 1544 



Page 

Nepoter, The 10(59 

Neptune, The 1099,1171 

Nesbitt V Lushington . . . 1448, 1746 

Nesham v. Armstrong 259 

Ness V. Stephenson 1121 

Neston Co v. Lend. & N. W. Ry 679. 944 
Netherseal Co v. Bourne . . 329, 1205 
Nethersole v. Indigent Blind School 1623 

Nettlefold, Re 1751 

Neve V. Pennell 402 

Nevill, Re 395 

, Re, Ex p. WhWe 495 

V, Boddam 200O 

V. Fine Arts Insrce Co . . . 1559 

Nevill and Newell. Re 95 

Neville v, Tbacker 395, 629 

New British Iron Co, Re ... , 289 
New Clydach Iron Co, Re . . . 2121 
New Eberhardt Co, Re .... 939 
New London & Bmzilian Bank v. 

Brocklebank 107 

New Mashonaland Co, Re . . . 1209 
New Moes Co v. Manchester. 8 & L. 

Ry 360, 467, li»90, 2257 

New Oriental Bank. Re ... . 1817 
New Ormonde Cycle Co, Re . . . 242 

New Par Consols, Re 636 

New Sombrero Co v Erlangcr . . 2003 
New S. Wales Commrs v. l^ece . 949 
New S. Wales Minister for I^nds 

V. Harrington 1072 

New Terras Co, /?e 611,622 

New Transvaal Co, Re . . . 1994, 2252 
New University Club, Re . . 200, 2200 
New Windsor v Stovcll .... 1687 
New York Breweries Co p. A-G. . 1615 
New York Insrce v Styles . 1236, 1672 
New Zealand Gold Co v. Peaciick 77, 1186. 

2122 
New Zealand Trust Co, Re . . . 1939 
New's Trustee ». Hunting . . 1,2189 

Newall, Exp 278 

Newbattle, The 254 

Newberry v. Colvin 202 

Newbold Socy v. Barlow . . 1503, 1W)8 

Newbould v. Bailward 869 

Newby v. Eckersley 2022 

V. Harrison 1586 

V. Van Oppen Co 1784 

Newcastle, Re 257, 371, 498 

Newcastle Pilots v Hammond . . 1392 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne v. A-G. . . 784 

V. Houseman 1847 

Newcombe v. De Roos 275 

New(!omen v. Coulson 1587 

Newdigate v. Newdigate . . 1858, 2218 
Newell V. Hemingway . . . 829, 1782 

Newen, Re 101, 1369 

Newhaven Loc Bd v. Newhaven 

School Bd 230,237,806 

Newill r. Newill 807 

Newington u. N. E. Ry .... 684 

Newitt, Exp 274 

, Re Garrud 1817 

Newland v AG 831 

Newlands v. Holmes 661 

Newling v. Dobell 266 

Newlove v. Shrewsbury .... 136 



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Page 
Ne%vinan,/2« 1105,1910 

- I?. Lamport 1610 

r. Newman . . 413,648. 1216. 1S)94 

New march, /2e . . .396,477,068,927 

Newport v. Graham 782 

Newport Bridge, /?«. . . . 1016,1177 
Ne\?ry, &c, Ry v. Edmonds . . . 249 

Newsume v. Bowyer 6, 161 

Newson v. PendiT 4 

Newspaper Synde, Be 826 

Newstead v. Searles . . . 1621,2202 

Newton, /2e 140,862,998 

9. Anglo-Australian Co . 1684, 1816 

V. Chapman, Re Chappie . . 1670 

t». Cubitt 711 

V. Ellis 534. 669 

». Monkcom . . . 177,673,1617 

r. Nock 2265 

c. Wilmot 701 

Newton-in-Makerfield v. Lancashire 

Jas 281, 1137 

V. Lyon 678 

Ngapoota. The 1892 

Nichol V, Godts 740, 1790 

V. N. E. Ry 684 

NichoU p. Carey 1862 

Nicholla, ^xp 494 

V. Atherstone 19'.*6 

V, Bulwer 1713 

». Diamond 1460 

V. Hall 1046, 1526 

V. Osborne 897 

r. Rosewarne 1602 

V, SaTage 2241 

Nichols, ^x/ 1683 

p. Baker, flfi Baker . . 1174,1177 

V. Marsland 29 

p. Kamsel 2143 

V. Regent's Canal Co . 266, 1664 

Nicholson p. Bower 12 

p. Chapman .... 1267, 1786 

p. Field 1998 

p. Fields ... 102, 166, 636, 942 

p. Drury Bg Co .... 26, 1690 

p. G. W. Ry 2128 

r. Harper 499 

p. Kirk 805 

a. Rose 397 

p. Williams 1609 

p. Wright 389 

p. Yeoman 1885, 1967 

Nickels p. Lond. & Dover Assrce . 377 

Nickisson p Cockill 1476 

Nicklin p. Willinms 277 

Nickling p. Heaps 1744 

Nickoll. £'a:p.,A! Walker . . . 1291 

p. Ashton 918 

Nicol'sCase 1332 

Nicolp. Nicol 686 

NicoU p. Penning 173 

p. Greaves 1187 

Nielsen p. Wait 76, 463, 605, 1068. 1248 

1776, 2267 

Niemann p. Mora 884 

Nifa. The 18 

Nightingale p. Goulboum . . . 837 

p. r>awson 1034 

p. Witcoxson 681 

VOL. I. 



Page 
Nightingall p. Devisme .... 1930 
Nind p. Nineteenth Century Bg 

Socy 1071, 1703 

Nisbet p. Murray 924 

Nisbit p. Rishton 2276 

Nitro-phosphate Co p. L. and S. 

Katherine's Dock Co ... . 29 

Nix p. Nottingham Jus 1G60 

Nixey p. Roffey 1429 

Nixon p. Verry 9dl 

Nixon Co. 12c 657 

Nizam's State Hy p. Wyatt ... 947 

Noah p. Owen 1901 

Noakes p. Inland Rev 1166 

Nobel Co p. Jenkins . 1248, 1746. 1778 

Noel p. Hoy 67, 105 

p. Redruth Foundry Co . . 694 

Nokes' Case 429 

Norburn p. Norbum 662 

Norden S. S. Co p. Dempsey . . 1110 

Nordenfelt, Re 691 

p. Maxim-Nordenfelt Co . . 1745 

Norfolk. Re 257, 923, 2284 

p. Arbutbnot 800 

p. Lamarque 1578 

— p. Wiseman 1671 

Norman. /^6 . . .696,1754,1910.2259 

p. Binnington .... 1260, 1372 

p. Bolt 1561 

P.Mitchell 6:]o 

p, Ricketts 1436 

Normandy, The 117 

Norris. Exp 140, 428 

, Ex p., Re Sadler 93 

, Re 36, 96, 1626 

p. Barber 2137 

p. Barnes 1302 

p. Beazley 1638 

p. Birch 488 

p Cottle 896 

p. Craig 647 

p. Norris 366 

p. Smith 1299 

p. Staps 2078 

Norrish p. Harris 1363 

North, Re 468, 1790 

p. Bassett 1635 

p. Martin 861 

p. Percival 1967,2244 

p. Stewart 1085 

p. Strafford 1641 

p. Walthamston 1361 

North Australian Q), Re . . 1033, 1209, 

1811 

North Britain, The 1708 

North British Insrce p. Lloyd . . 989 

p. Moffatt 938, 1189 

North British Ry p. Tod .... 1493 
North Central Waggon Co p. Man- 
chester, S. & L. Ry 2069 

North E. Ry p. Hasting . 81, 1073, 2226 

p. Kingston-upon-Hull . . . 406 

p. Leadgate 1646 

— p. Scarborough 1728 

p. Tynemouth 1631 

North Kent Ry p. Badger . . . 1627 
North fiondon Ry p. A-G. ... 300 
North Lonsdale Co v. Furneis Ry 2128 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



North Metropolitan Tramways Co 

V. London Co. Co. . 1029, 2087, 2121 
North of England Oil Cake Co v. 

Archangel Insrce 1871 

North Shields Ferry Co v. Barker 231, 

711 
North Shore Ry v. Pion . . . 974, 975 
North Staffordshire Ky v. Lawton 910 

». Lond. & N. W. Ry ... 1192 

r. Peek 1287 

». Salt Union 1879 

Northage,/2e 048 

Northallerton Case 1736 

Northam Bridge Co v. London, &c, 

Ry 2110 

Northampton Coal Co v. Mid. Wag- 
gon Co 1663 

Northampton Gas Co v, Pamell 66:) 

Northen v. Carnegie 1913 

Northern Creosoting Co, Re , . . 391 

Northey r. Paxton 604 

Northumberland o. Hougliton . . 1092 

17. N. E. Ry 1614 

V. Percy 1091 

Northumberland Whinstone Co v. 

Alnwick 679 

Northumbria, The 117 

Northwich v, St. Pancras . , . 803, 807 
Norton, Ez p.. Re Brail . . 819, 2198 

17. Dash wood 734 

V. Davison 594 

V. EUam 142, 1333 

». NichoUs 1269 

V. Powell 1353 

V. Salisbury 141 

V. Walker 1969 

Norval v. Pascoe 1073 

Norwich v. Norfolk Ry .... 2113 
Norwich Equitable Fire Assrce Co, 

Re 1562 

Norwich Union Fire Insrce v. 

Magee 1679 

Norwich & Norfolk Bg Sooy, Re . . 100». 

1668, 2256 
Noseworthy v. Buckland .... 123 

Nosotti V. Auerbach 1664 

Nott V. Nott 514 

V. Williams 1961 

Nottage, Re 296, 470 

V. Jackson 149 

Nottebohm v. Richter . . . 842, 1872 
Nottingham v. Tompkinson . . . 1563 
Nottingham Brick Co v. Butler 865 

Nottingham Corp, Re . 77, 78, 157, 719, 
1016, 1497, 1081 
Nottingham Co. Co. v. Manchester, 

S.&L. Ry 217 

Nourse, Re 876 

Nouvion r. Freeman . 663, 1497, 1707 
Nova Scotia* Steel Co v. Suther- 
land Co 1620 

Novello V. Sudlow 409 

Nowell V. Worcester . 1854, 1856, 1857 

Nowlan 17. Ablett 1187 

17. Nelligan 1531 

Noyce. Re 629, 1026 

Nugent, Re 2^3 

r. Smith 28, 2187 



Paca 

Nun OS r. Carter 765 

Nunn 17. Denton 893 

Nutley and Finn, Re 1494 

Nuttall t;. Staunton 586 

17. Hargreaves 1919 

Nutter 17. Accrington . . . 1949,1951 

17. Messafreries Maritimes . 325, 1327 

Nutton V. Wilson 362 

Nymph, The 1099 



Oak Pits Co, i?e 1817 

Oakden 17. Pike .... 482,498,641 
Oakley v. Portsmouth Steam 

Packet Co 28 

V, Young 633 

Oastler, Exp 1291 

17. Henderson 1996 

Oates 17. Bromil 497 

Obey, The 84 

O'Brien,/?* 888.1294 

17. Bryant 200 

V. Clement 196 

17. Queen, The 2093 

17. Salisbury 881 

O'Byme, Re 549 

Occleston v. Fullalove .... 804, 1084 
O'Connell i7. The Queen .... 1004 

O'Connor, Re 640, 1068 

V. Grand International Hotel 

Co 674,2244 

t7. Norwich Union Insrce . . 41 

V. Star Co 817 

Oddie V. Brown 2046 

t7. Woodford 1104 

Oddy,/ee 1526 

O'Dea c. Crowhurst 854 

V. Hickman 1629 

Odell, Axp., Ac Walden . . . . 1676 
O Donnell v. Cheamley .... 1698 

u. O'Donnell 27 

Odwell 17. Willesden . . . 846,1268 

Off. Rec., Exp 716 

17. Tailby 206 

Ogden V. Graham 1778 

V. Hall 741 

Ogg 17. Shuter 270 

Ogilvie V. Foljambe 1280 

Ogle 17. Knipe 1817 

17. Morgan .... 566, 899, 1888 

Ognel'sCase 885 

O'Gorman,/?* 433 

Ogston 17. Aberdeen Tramways . . 1800 

O'Hagan, i5:jr n 1861 

O'Hanlan v. Unthank 1511 

O'Hara, Re 8, 1402 

17. Elliott 828 

O'Harer. Fahy 2109 

Old V. Robson 2082 

Old Battersca Bg Socy t7. Inl. Rev. 1229 

Old Bushmills Co. i?e 1354 

Oldershaw v. King 748 

Oldfield 17. Dodd 1849 

— 17. Lowe 906 

Oldham Case . 96,305,1409,1781,1786 
Oldham v. Sheasby 2092 



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Page 

Oldham Co v. Heald 268 

Olding «?. Wild 732 

Oldroyd v. Oldroyd 274 

Oliphant, Re 2031 

OUvant V. Wright 627 

OliTer V. Fielden 1657 

r. Hunting 1289 

OliTerson v. Brightman .... 718 

OlliTe V. Booker 1297 

Olney v. Bates 14tS6 

V. Gardiner 1767 

O'Loaghlin v, Fogarty 459 

Olpherta, Exp., Re Bann Nav. . . 1861 

0\ympia,,Re 1677 

CXMahoney v. Burdett . . . 627, 1346 
Ommaney v. Butcher . . . 294, 1215 

O'Neill. Re 1633 

p. Kruger 2052 

Ongley v. Chambers 110 

r. Chatham 670 

Onley r. Gardiner .... 624, 1767 

Onslow, Re 1000 

17. Eames 1907 

r, Inl. Rer. . . . 1027, 1350, 1844 

Ontario v. Canada .... 1438, 1697 
Onward Bg Socy, i20 .... 5d, 3*59 

Ooddeen v. Oakley 2143 

Ooregum Co v. Roper . 928, 1373, 1788 

Opens liaw v. Evans 226 

Opera. /?« 735,1630 

Oporto. The 424,1777 

Oppenheim v. Henry 834 

Oram, Re 21 

Oran, A'x p., /?« Watson .... 1973 

Orange v. Martyn 1860 

V. Pickford 2277 

Orchard v. Bush . . 843. 978, 2093, 2225 

17. Simpson 1164 

Ord, Re 1296 

Orde, Re 810 

O'lieiily V. Alderson 6,940 

— ^ r. Richardson 1460 

Orford, /fe 2''3 

17. Churchill 834 

Orgill V. Smith 604, 622 

Orienta, The 637 

Orienul Bank, Re 549, 1356, 1402, 2263 
Oriental S. S. Co r. Tylor . . 46, 1780 

Orion. The 1031 

Orme'sCase 32 

Orme, Re 415 

p. Orme 444 

Ormerod, Exp 120 

p. Todmorden Co . . . 1576, 1959 

Ormond v. Bierly 608 

Ormrod, i2^ 1842,1593 

F. Hnth 763 

O'Rourke r. Commr for Railway s . 2179 
Orr-£wing v. Colquhoun .... 1763 

». Regr. of Trade Marks . . 641 

Ortigosa o. Brown 087 

Osbond V. Meadows 1807 

Otbom V. Chocqueel 1801 

P.Wood 1287 

Osborne p. Homburg . . . 1371, 1689 

p. Milman 440, 1805 

p. Morgan 442 

p. Skinner's Co 1891 



Osborne and Rowlett, Re , . . . 132 

Osgood p. Nelson 274 

O'Shea, Re 891, 661 

p. O'Shea 439 

Ostle p. Christian 327 

O'SuUivan p. Thomas 1397 

Oswald p. Berwick-upon-Tweed 888, 792 
O'Toole p. Browne . . . 642, 643, 644 

Ottley p. Fenn 259 

Ottley and Ilkeley, Re . 110, 1296, 1297 

Otto p. Steel 1618 

Otway, ^€ 1091,1974 

Our Boys Co p. Holborn Viaduct 

Co 85 

Ouseley p. Anstrutlier .... 789, 898 

Outlay Assrce, Re 1342 

Outram. Re 1974 

r. Maude 1768 

Over p. Harwood 1877 

Over Darwen p. Lancashire ... 421 

Overton p. Hunter 1342 

Overweg, /?« 388 

Ovey, Ae 270,1815 

Owen, /?e .... 640, 899, 1641, 1988 

p. Burnett 814 

p. De Beauvoir .... 878, 1711 

p. Langford 64 

p. Thomas 1288 

Owen's College p. Chorlton-iipon- 

Medlock 88,181 

Owens p. Porter 1017,18.39 

Owthwaite, Re 160, 1008 

Oxenden p. Compton 2219 

Oxford, The p. London Co. Co. . 11 

Oxford Bg Socy, Re 1063 

Oxford & Cambridge p. Gill . . . 1790 
Oxlade p. N. E. Ry 2128 



P. 

P. Caland Owners p. Glamorgan 

S. S. Co 339 

Pacific, The 1412, 1786, 1876, 2237. 2257 

Pack p. Tarpley 954, 1830 

Packman's Case 2198 

Paddington p. N. Metrop Ry . . 213 

p. Snow 114,806 

Paddington Burial Bd p. Inl. Rev. 1572 
Paddington Charities, Re . . . . 870 

Paddock p. Forrester 2260 

Padget p. Priest 663 

Padstow Assrce, Re 285, 798 

Padwick r. Hurst 1236 

p. King 795, 902 

Page, Re 402, 1936 

P.Adam 2063 

p. Faucet 1083 

p. International Agency 1584, 1753, 

2122 

p. Leapingwell 661,1383,1706,1994 

V. Meek 1436 



p. Mid. Ry . 


. . . 868,1640 


V. Morgan 


12 


r.Page . . 


06 


p. Pearce . . 


911 


p. Ratliffe . 


605 


V. Soper . . 


664 



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Page 

Page V. Wisden . 206 

V. Young 160 

Paget, Re .... 948. 061, 1812, 1732 

V. Milles 728, 902 

V. Paget 183, 986 

Paice V. Canterbury, Archb. of . . 1166 
Pain t\ Boughtwood . . . 1046, 1200 

V, Bowden 314 

Paine, /2c . . . 289,434,697,766,810 

V. Chisholm 1912 

V. Cork Co 1781, 1823 

1. Daniell 248 

Palatine Estate, Re 1253 

Palin v. Hills 664 

Palinurus, The 1876 

Palliser v. Dale 661 

V. Gurney 1827 

Palmer's Case 2056 

Palmer, /& . 67,327,434,664,691,939, 
1809, 1327, 1748, 1999, 2037 

, Re, Exp. Crabb .... 97, 1992 

t'. Balrotliery 18 

V. Caledonian Ry 1660 

r. Day 1236 

V. Dewitt 1618 

c. Earith 1407, 1410 

V. Johnson 688 

V. L. B. & S. Ry 2128 

r. M*Corraick . . . 82,111,1008 

y. Mallett 266, 1840 

V, Marshall 140 

V. Moore 4 

r. Newell 1286 

V. Orpen 2044 

V. Power 2016 

V. Kidi 1847 

V. Richards 1176 

V. Rouse 737, 2276 

V. Simmonds 1630 

V. Snow ... 120, 849, 2078, 2269 

I?. Temple 608,1106 

i;. Thatcher 2253 

V. Wick S. S. Co 896 

Palmer Shipbuilding Co v. Chay tor 1 19 

Palmer and Hosken 1926 

Panama Co, /?e 2121 

Pandorf v, Hamilton . 29, 278, 460, 1454 
Paunell ». City of London Brewery 1293 

r. Mill .... 1730,1772,2216 

Panther Lead Co, /?e 1996 

Panton r. Williams 1668 

Pape V. Pape 616 

Pardo V. Bingham 1761 

V, Pardo 784 

l»ardoe v. Pardoe 2067, 2216 

Parfitt. jRis 1502 

V. Uwless 2126, 2126 

Paris, The 1290, 1686 

Paris Skating Rink Co .... 434 
Parish v. Sleeman .... 1878, 2166 

Parkdale,The 1895.2206 

Park Gate Waggon Co, Re , 810, 1583 

Parker, Re 303, 1161, 1265, 1361, 1475, 

1519, 2122, 2278 

, Re, Exp. Charing Cross Bank 2103, 

2104 

, Re, ^jr p. Sheppard . ... 214 

, Re, Ex p. Turquand . 789, 2088 



Parker, Re, Bentham p. Wilson . . 1810 

, Re, Wignall v. Park ... 9% 

». Alder 1046 

V. Birks 1830 

V. Blenkliorn .... S69, 1071 

V. Bolton 1630 

17. Butcher 1671 

V. Clerk 1404 

V, Flint 848. 1122 

V. Gossage 981, 982 

i;. G. W. Ry 1160, 14C0 

V. Green 126, 438 

17. Hodgson 137 

». Ibbetson 1665 

V, Ince 90 

17. McHugo 894 

17. Marchant . 477, 1219, 1666, 1832 

F. Mitchell 1275 

17. Nickson 23, 1902 

f. Palmer 1790 

V. Piummer 1016 

17. Queen, The ... . 201. 1248 

r. S. E. Ry 1819 

r. Sowerby 1086 

t7. Staniland 826 

17. Taswell . .461,648,1070,2197 

I'. Tootal 1967 

17. Trigg 1420 

V. Winlow 1247 

t'. Wise 1286 

Parker Jervis, /?6 . . . 483,486,674 

Parkers', Re 892 

Parkes v. White 1827 

Parkin, Re 2202 

17. Knight 1849 

17. Thorold 641 

Parkins v. Hinde 600 

Parkinson. Re 694, 696^ 1829 

17. Blackburn 762 

17. Dashwood 1378 

r. G. W. Ry 2128 

17. Parkinson 614 

Parky ns r. Preist 1119 

Parnham, Re 66 

Parpaite v. Dickinson 1918 

Parr v. Lillicrap 1683 

17. LoTCgrove 1668 

V. Parr 626 

Parr's Bank v. Albert Mines Synd. 990 

17. Yates 389 

Parrey v. Duncan 1976 

Parrott, Re 604, 1988 

,Re,Exp,C\x\\en 2263 

17. Worsfold 1237 

Parry, Re 627, 1276 

, Re, Leak v. Scott .... 1277 

17. Liverpool Malt Co . . . 650 

V. Parry 867 

Parry and Hopkin, Re 2219 

Parsons, Ex p., Re Tuwnsend . 193, 926, 

1096 

, Re . 21, 886, 631, 993, 1043, 1279 

». Alexander .... 796, 1961 

17. Baker 1631 

V. Birmingham Dairy Co . . 1636 

V. Brand 88 

17. Gillespie 2082 

r. Hargreaves 926 



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P«ige 
PiirsoDS V. Lakenheath Bil ... 81)9 

v. New Zealand Co . . 863, 2229 

r. Parsons 1956 

V. Saxter 368 

p. Tinling 340 

Parteriche v. Powlett 2218 

Parton, Re 1171 

Partridge v, Bajlis 1433 

v. Mallandine 2192 

V. Partridge . . . 1061, 1330, 1732 

—> V, Strange 1646 

Paicoe V. Richards 1704 

Paaley v. Freeman . 478, 768, 1280,2216 

Pasmore v. Haggins 791 

V. Oswaldtwistle 1847 

Passey p. Oxford 1298 

Patch V. WUd 1743 

Patching v. Bamett 2087 

a. Dubbins 1343 

Patent Agents Institute v. Lock- 
wood 1352 

Paterson v. Gas Light & Coke Co 1270, 
1273, 1616, 1896 

Patman v. Harland 1665 

Paton V. Sheppard 898 

Patrick, iBfl 1168 

— V. Simpson 674 

Patten v. Rhymer ... 796, 797, 1972 

V. West of Eng. Iron Co 112, 2097 

Pattenden r. Hubson 866 

Patterson v. Huddard 644 

Pattle V. Anstruther 1589 

Paul, Ra 622 

V. Coropton 1681 

V, N. America Insrce . . . 1764 

PauU. Re 1910 

Pawley u. Lond. & Prov. Bank . . 1475 

Pawson V, Brown 1902 

V. Watson 2216 

Paylor v. Pegg 1102 

Payn v. Porter 1691 

Payne, Ex p., Re Cross .... 168 

,ke 58 

V. Barridge 2012, 2014 

». Cave 1751 

V. Eadaile . 292, 1074. 1456, 2062 

u. Haine. . . . 1088,1719,1721 

V. Hogg 276 

V. Wright .... 488, 946, 1682 

Paynter v. James 1335, 1759, 2145, 2146 

p. Wauon 6-A 1492 

PeabodyCo, «« 1994 

Peace P. Brookes .... 1144,1418 

Peache v. Cobnan 2092 

Peacock. /fe SSS 

V. Pares 2288 

». Peacock 366 

V. The Queen .... 463, 1854 

Pcake./e* 555,673,949 

, Re, Ex p. Harrison . . 661, 1564, 

1713 

». Screech 63 

Pearce v. Carrington 208 

V. Kdmeades 468 

p. Gardner . . 400, 467, 1087, 1289 

p. Lansdowne .... 1188,2209 

P.Lindsay 660 

p. Lond. & 8. W. Ry ... 82 



Page 

Pearce v. Pearce 2108 

— p. Scutcher 728 

p. Waits 1268 

Peard v. Johnes 688 

Peareth p. Marriott . 488, 484, 791, 2144 
Pearks p. Moseley .... 319, 1462 

p. Ward 1465 

Pearl, The 616 

Pearman v. Burdett-Coutts ... 817 

p. Pearman. . . . 122,617,1481 

Pears v, Laing 1420 

p. Wilson 1077 

Pearson, 7?6 476,2116 

p. Belgian Mills 1788 

V. Gosc'hen 466 

V, Holborn 1942 

p. lies 1087 

p. Kingston-upon-Hull . 228, 1134, 

1972 

V. Pesrson .... 645, 827, 828 

p. Rutter 1102 

p. Seligman 2146 

Pearson and J' Anson, Re , . . . 2022 

Pease p. Chaytor 203, 666 

p. Coates 1607 

p. Lowden 1380 

p. Norwood 989, 1332 

p. Pattinson .... 296, 1602 

Peat p. Fowler 1915 

P.Jones 1236 

Peate p. Dickin 1360 

Peck, y?« 1911 

p. Halsey 1906 

V. Hindes 1545 

Peck and London School Bd 100, 1726, 

2226 

Peckforton Castle, Re 1386 

Pedder p. Hunt 859, 1063 

Pedgrift p. CheTallier . . . 1480, 2248 

Pedrotti, /2« 1976 

Peebles p. Oswaldthistle .... 1847 

Peed p. King 1391 

Peek p. Derry 84 

p. N. Staffordshire Ry . 1666. 1667, 

1882, 1911 

p. Waterloo 1890 

Peel's Case 363 

Peers p. Snevd 1152 

Pegler p. Gurney, Southampton 

Case 463 

Fegram p. Dixon 492 

Peirce v. Corf 1289 

Pekin, The 441, 1241 

Pelham p. Pickersgill 2071 

Felham-Clinton v. Newcastle 1011, 1146, 

2006 

Fell p. De Winton 389 

Pellas V. Neptune Mar Insrce 493, 1839 

Pellew V. Horsford 899 

Pelly V. Royal Ex. Assrce . . . 1068 

Pelly and Jacob, i?e .... 766, 2244 

Pelsall Co p. Lond. & N, W. Ry 206, 405, 

1467, 1686, 1981 

Pelton p. Harrison 1826 

Pemberton p. Barnes .... 806, 820 

p. Colls 1481 

Pembroke p. Warren . 540, 1299, 1S20, 

1321 



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Page 

Pemsel'sCase 294, 295, 2iK5 

Pender v. Lushington 1 185 

Pendrell v. Pendrell 169 

Penfold r. Abbott 603 

Penley v. Anstruther . . . 180,1884 
Penn v. Alexander .... 201,2092 

Pennell v. Rhodes 359 

V. Smith 30 

V. Uxbridge 1854 

V. Walker 818 

Pennington, Re 2170 

Pennsylvania, The 1211 

Penny v. Clarke 1111 

V. Hanson 479, 757 

V. Penny 2037 

Penrice ». Williams . . . . 1093,1178 

Penryn v. Best 2255 

Pentland, The 1810 

Penton v. Barnett . . . . 1293, 1413 

V.Browne 1249,1377 

t'. Cosh 492 

Pen-y-van Colly. Co 484 

People V, Fisher 341 

V, Niagara 948 

V. Pinckney 1323 

V. Toynbee 963 

». Warner 2030 

Peplow r. Richardson 2092 

Percernl v. Lawes Manure Co . . 766 

Percival t-. Gamer 2120 

V. Pedley 44 

V. The Queen 242 

Perkins, lie 1090, 1097, 1588, 1790, 1813 

i;. Baynton 188, 1024 

I'. Bell 12,1790 

V. Gingell 3838 

i\ Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 983 

V. Potts 103 

Perkins Beach Lead Mining Co, 

lie 1562 

Perla, The 1251 

Perls r. Saalfeld 2266 

Perpetual Exors Assn v. Swan . . 509 

Perreau v. Bevan 602 

Perrin v. N. Y. Central Ry . . . 1406 

v. Roe 767 

Perring r. Trail 1623 

Pcrrins r. Bellamy 1673 

r. Marine Insrce 640 

Perry v. Barnett 798 

t'. Chotzner 1897, 1719 

I'. Davis .... 077.2046,2233 

V. Eames 36, 595, 1363 

V. Fitzhowe 748 

U.Jenkins 278 

r. Mitchell 1317 

V. Oriental Hotels Co . . . 1662 

V. Phelipe 886 

V. Woods 1862 

Perry Almshouses, Re 184, 312, 871, 597, 



Perry-Davis v. Harbord 
Persse v. Malcolmson . 
Pertwee v. Townsend . 
Peruvian Guano Co, Re 

V. Dreyfus . . . 

Peruvian IXyt Re, Crawley's Case 
Fery.Re 



554 
1996 
1714 
1981 
2261 

787 
85 



Peryi'. White 1740 

Petch ». Tutin 2026 

Petchell, lie 1063 

Petchey v. Taylor 1892 

Peter v. Compton 1288 

P.Kendal 711 

Peter der Grosse, Tlie .... 384, 820 
Peterborough v. Wilsthorpe . 1001, 1850 

Peters r. Cowie 661, 1466 

I'. Planner 704 

Petersen v. Freebody 1 100 

Peterson v. Taylor 713 

Pethick V. Dorsetshire Co. Co. . . 680 

Peto V. Grissell 898 

V. West Ham 1588 

Petre ». Ferrers 784,899 

V. Petre 360, 674 

Petrel, The 349, 840, 1694 

Petrie v. S. S. Rostrevor .... 840 

Pettinger v. Ambler 1063 

Pettitt V. Mitchell 704 

Petts, /?c 1238,2240 

Petty r. Ophir Concessions . . . 1794 

V. Taylor 205, 742. 1590 

v.Willson 1218,1513 

Pettyt ». Janeson 1062 

Pewtress v. Annan .... 461, 1015 

Peyton, Re 707 

Pharmaceutical Socy v. Armson . 1500 

V, Delve 1499, 1500 

r. Hornsey 1040 

r. London & Prov. Supply 

Assn 1463, 1464, 1824 

u. Piper 1500 

V. Wheeldon 1824 

V. White 1824 

Pharmaceutical Socy of Ireland i\ 

Boyd 1464 

Plielan u. Slattery 834, 1265, 1937, 1989 

Phelps, /?c 2142 

V. Hill 524, 1256 

V. Lond. & N. W. Ry 167, 1130, 1473 

V. Prothero 634 

V. White 1170 

Vhen6 v. Popplewell 1996 

Pheysey v. Plieysey 1001 

r. Vicary 110 

Philadelphinn, Tlie 757 

Philby v. Hazle 190 

Philipps t\ Halliday . . . 1478, 1479 

r. Philipps . . . 1170,1171,1716 

Philips V. Astling 1796 

V. Bpry S34, 889 

V. Philips 5 

Phillipps V. Chamberlaine . . . 1347 

t'. Smith 2056 

Phillips, Re 396, 641, 675, 809, 1291, 1910, 

2046, 2145 

r. Barber 1466 

r. Beal 382,526*604 

V. Briard 378, 768 

i;. CaldclfcUgh 638, 771 

V, Cayley .... 396, 675, 1526 

V. Clark 1069 

r. Deakln 860 

V. Eastwood .... 470, 1382 

V. Evans 2098 

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Page 

Phillipe 17. Goff 1303 

V, G. W. Ry 307, 674 

v. Heiison 1120 

V. Uewston 1077 

V. Homfray 2100 

V. Hull Alhambra Co ... 2130 

p. Huth 1006 

V. Inl. Rev 404 

r. Innes . . . 297,849,884,1190 

P.London School Bd . . . 1708 

p. Lord Advocate 178 

p. Phillipg .... 7,374,1236 

p. Ree« 565,1089 

V Rodie 466 

p. Surridge 2002 

Phillipson v. Gibbon .... 24, 650 

PbillpotU p. Boyd 1358 

p. Phillpotto . . 2193,2196,2197 

Pliilpott p. Jones 1684 

p. Lehain 716 

p. St. George's Hospital . 630, 1622 

Philps, At 1279,1349 

p. Evans 1279 

p. Hornstedt 403 

Phiney p. Phiney 48 

Pliipps, Exp 222 

, lie 86 

p. Ackers 2234 

p. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . . 2128 

p. Williams 2234 

Phceniz Insrce, Re 496 

Phosphate of Lime Co p. Green . 1623 
Phythian p. Baxendale .... 1426 
Pickard, fl« 990 

— p. Anderson 1475 

p. AG 1919 

p. Marriage 1516 

p. Sears 4 

Picker p. Lond. & County Bank . 1261 
Hckering p. Barry 679, 680 

— p. Dowson 704 

p. Ilfracombe Ry 648 

p. Marsh 31)8 

p. Noyes 1772 

Pickford p. Caledonian Ry . . . 2128 

Pickthall p. Merthyr 1977 

Pickup. /2e 9a% 2235 

P.Atkinson 1715 

Pickworth, Re. .0, 606, 1431, 1998, 2000 
Pidcock p. Manchester, S. & L. Ry 1879, 

2033 

Piddocke p. Burt 713 

Pidgely P. Pidgely 101, 806 

Pidsley, Re, Ex p, Luxon ... 138 
Piercey p. Young .... 318, 2074 

Piercy p. Maclean 420 

p. Young 2074 

Pierpoint p. Cartwright .... 1.38 

Piers, /?« 941,1830,2173 

PiersoQ p. Garnet .... 1111, 1632 
Pieve Superiore, The .... 214,262 

Pigg p. Clarke 694 

Piggott p. Jefferson 1077 

Pigot's Case 1169 

Pigott p. Wilder 79,2036 

Pike p. Dickinson 1417 

— ^ p. Ongley 741 

p. Stephens 1163 



Page 

Pilbrow p. St. Leonard, Shoreditch 448, 

673, 1849, 2256 

Pile V. Salter 468 

Pilgrim, The 840, 1694 

p. Hirschfeld 1884 

Pilkington v. Boughey .... 1532 

p. Gray 2141 

p. Myers 73 

Pillar p. Llynvi Co 121 

Pilley p. Robinson 1026 

Pimp. Curell 711,779 

p. Reid 7o, 1830 

Pimlico Tramway Co p. Greenwich 659 

Pince p. Beattie 1073 

Pinchin p. Lond. & Blackwall Ry . 869, 

2006 

Pincombe p. Thomas 2263 

Pinder v. Barr . . . 1206, 1404, 1410 

p. Pinder . . . 178, 604, 1279, 2014 

Pine p. Barnes 1122 

Pinet p. Pinet 2082 

Pinfold, Re 1853, 1856 

Pinhome, Re 1859 

Pink p. Federation of Trades Union 213 

V. Fleming .... 377, 458, 2000 

Pinkerton p. Easton 1686 

Pinner p. Arnald 1699 

Pinney p. Marriott 611 

Pinnington p. Galland 2225 

Pine p. Goodall .... 214, 697, 1240 

p. Steele 72(1 

Pit p. Pelham 665 

Pitt p. Williams 913 

Pittard p. Oliver 259 

Pittegrew p. Pringle 1656 

l*itts p. Millar 159 

Pixton and Tong, Re 2059 

Pizzala p. Pizzala 614 

Place p. Fajjg 1200 

Planchc r. Braham 94 

Plank V. Gavila 1008 

Plant, i?fi 804,2240 

p. Bourne . . . 1238,1624,2041 

p. Potts 1243 

Plasterers Co. v. Parish Clerks 

Co 1003 

Plastic Co. p. Massey-Mainwaring . 2270 

Piatt p. Beach 1323 

P.Tyler 1892 

Player, Re 402, 1844, 2088 

Play ford p. Mercer 781 

Plenty p. West 10C3 

Pletts p. Beattie 1783 

p. Campbell 673, 1783 

Plews and Middleton, Re . , . . 2127 

Plimmer p. Wellington 646 

Plimpton p. Malcolmson . . 724, 1618 

r. Spiller 724 

Plomer p. Ross 1175 

Plomesgate p. West Ham .... 1403 

Plomley p. Richardson 2146 

p. Shepherd 447 

Plummer, Re 1844 

Plumstead p. British Lsnd Co . . 1888 

p. Ecc. Commrs 1388 

Plymouth p. Axminster .... 807 
Plymoutli Tramways Co p. General 
Tolls Co 329 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



P>ffa 
riymoulh & Dartmoor Rj v. G. W. 

, liy 1118 

Pneumatic Tyre Co v. Puncture 

Proof Co 968 

Poad V. Watson 800, 861 

Pocock, /?« 183 

V. Gilliam 226 

V. Lincoln, Bp of 1461 

V. Reddington 643 

Pocock and Prankerd, Re . 1843, 2025 
Pogose, Re^ Ex p. Vanderlinden 762 

Pogson V. Thomas 646 

Points V, Attwood 1884 

Poland, Re 483 

Polden V. Bastard .... 024, 1312 

Pole, Re 1619 

W.Dick 1903 

PolehilU. Walter 763 

Pollard, Re 183 

I?. Photographic Co . . 160,2134 

PoUastrini, Re 937 

Pollini i;. Gray 1642 

Pollock V. Moses 96 

v. Pollock 660,676 

Pomeranian, The .... 1226, 1971 

Pomeroy v. Apthorpe 265 

V. Will way, Re Wall . . 617, 1877 

Pomeroy and Tanner, Re ... . 638 
Pomfret v. Graham, Re Horner . . 1999 

V. Perring 806 

Pomphrey ». South wark Press 636, 694, 

1418 
Ponsford & Newport School Bd, Re 283, 

1888 

Pontefract Case 164 

Pontifex ». Farnham 939 

V. Foord 966, 967 

V. Hartley 1893 

V. Mid. Ry 892, 2072 

Ponting V. Noakes .... 1800, 1501 
Pontvpridd Tramways Co, Re , . 1678 

Poors Case 1016 

Pool V. Cabanes 1441 

V. Lewin 817 

Poole, £:z ;>. Cocks 1033 

, Re 694 

i;. Bott 2183 

Poole & Needham's Case .... 1634 

Pooley, Re 180, 1077 

«. Driver 93», 1416 

V. Whetham 1819 

Pope, Re 22, 498 

V. Banyard 160, 1857 

V. Pope . ' 1014 

V. Skinner 780 

V. Tearle 481 

V. Whalley 1873 

V. Whitcombe . . 606, 1297, 1701 

Popham V. Aylesbury . . . 662, 2049 

Poplar r. Knipht 1848 

Poppleton, A> p.. Re Thomas . . 379 

Popplewell, iFx p 864 

, Ex p., Re Storey .... 490, 491 

V. Hodkinson .... 1966, 1990 

Porrett v. White 1372 

Portal V. Emmens 1863 

Portal and Lamb, Re . 68, 76, 139, 395, 
1063, 1237, 1295 



Porteous r. Watney 506 

Porter, Re 146, 617 

V. Bradley 1462 

V. Lopes 820 

V. Shephard 364 

V. Swetman 2286 

V. Toumay .... 898, 933, 1100 

Portingell, Exp 1886 

Portland and Tilley, Re .... 1626 
Portman v. Home Hospital Assn . 237 

r. Mill ... 27, 638, 700, 1226 

f. Willis 824 

Portpatrick Ry v. Caledonian Ry . 1143, 

1728 
Portsmouth v. Smith 670, 1873, 1947, 1961, 

2047 
Portsmouth Tramways /?« ... 2122 
Portway v. Colne Valley Ry . . 1879 
Postlethwaite v. Frceland 261, 460, 1664, 

2161. 2162 
Postmaster-Gen. v. Highland Ry . 1639 

Potinger v. WightniNn 667 

Pott V. Brassey, Re Alnutt . . . 1828 

V. Turner 222 

Potter, Re 1911 

V. Burrell 1094, 1249 

r. Duffield 1680 

t'. Inl. Rev 1680, 1687 

t'. Peters 1289,1883 

Potteries, Shrewsbury & N. Wales 

Ry, ^€ 840 

Pottinger, Ex p.. Re Stewart . . 1402 

Potts, Re 290 

, Re. Ex p. Taylor . . . 661, 1814 

1;. Britton 648 

V. Potts 1896 

Pouey 17. Hordem .... 1682, 2260 

Pouiett V. Hood 1218, 1228 

Poulton, Exp 67, 68 

Pound V. Plumstead . . . 1272, 1950 

V. Wilson 49 

Pounder. Re 546, 1076 

p. N. E. Ry 348 

Powell, Re . . 819, 434, 806, 1656, 1860 

t. A-G 307,2239 

r. Birmingham Vinegar Co . 57 

f. Boggis . . . «63, 1011, 1759 

V. Boraston 228, 1868 

V. Brown 933 

t'. Bull 1864, 2028 

u. Divett 1160 

r. Double 217 

V. Farmer 228, 1363 

V. Goodale, Re Harris . . . 482 

». Guest 1786 

V. Head 940 

V. HefFeman 728 

V. Hellicar 668 

V. Horton 1317 

u. Howell 93 

r. Hyde 1822 

V. Kempton Park Co 207, 1486, 1486, 

1487, 1488, 2148 

V. Knight 445 

u. Lond. & Prov. Bank . . 197, 499 

V. Main Colliery Co ... . 317 

V. Morgan 145 

r. Powell ... 608, 619, 791, 2125 



TABLE OF CASES. 



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Page 

Powell V. Smith 1347 

Power V. Quealy 1248 

Powerscourt v. Po^rerecourt . . 1837 

Powis, /?« 2107 

Pownall V. Dawson 228 

Powya 17. Btagrave 2218 

r. Mansfield 1118 

Powjs-Keck and Hart, A'« . . . 1843 

Poynter v. Buckley 187 

Pojser v. Minors 1284, 1526 

Prange, Ex p., Re Leeds Bnnkg Co 927 
Prannath Roy v. Ramrutton Hoy . 818, 

1048 

Prater, Re 139, 1237 

Pratt, a:* p 1,80,314,1446 

. Re 1007, 1980 

e. Bull 1027 

r. Groome 664 

r. Jackson .... 821,82.3,899 

r. Mathew 1288, 2137 

p. Sladden 2146 

p. S. E. By 1130, 1742 

». Swaine 278 

Prendergast, /?€ 35 

Prentice o. London 551 

Prescott p. Bunk of England . . 281, 282 

t?. Barker 1053 

p. Boucher 707 

p. Lee 1210 

Preserration Synd., Re .... 138 

Presland v. Bingham 1002 

Presley, Re 288,789 

Press r. Bowes 7 

Prestney v. Colchester 450 

Preston p. Buckley .... 1403. 2077 

p. Butcher 283 

p. Etheringtnn .... 718, 1437 

p. Greenwoo<l 717 

Pretty p. Nausea wen 907 

p. Solby 1899 

Prevost p. Clarke 1531 

I*rew p. Squire 489 

Price. /?€ . . . .183,695,1111,2250 

p A 1 Ships Small Damage 

Insrce 158 

p. Asheton 1710 

p. Barker 1703 

— p. Berrington 361 

p. Bou«tead 1543 

r. Braham 178 

P.Dyer 1347 

p. Griffith 648 

p. Insrce Co 696 

p. James .... 880. 1096, 1418 

p. Jenkins 816. 1621 

p. Livingstone . . 718, 1063, 1509, 

1510 

r. Macaulay 771, 2068 

p. Manning 49 

p. Bfarsdon 154 

p. Nicholson 1347 

P.Powell 2017 

P.Price 2017 

p. Russell 2102 

r. Strange 1081 

Price Candle Co, /2e 697 

Prichard p. Ames 1900 

p. Prichard . . . 1216, 1518, 1550 



Page 

Priddle'sCase 2061 

Priddy p. Henbrey 2173 

Pride p. Bubb 649, 865 

p. Fooks 47,305 

Prideaux. Exp 104 

Pridham p. Tucker 855 

Pridie p. Field 822 

Priest p. Uppleby, Re Salmon . . 535 

Priestly p. Fowler 848 

p. Holgate 1751 

p. Stone 1635 

Prim p. Smith 1349 

Prince, Re 2037 

p. State 991 

Prince Albert p. Strange .... 1618 

Princess Alice, The 2074 

Princess Clementine, The ... 825 

Princess Royal, The 981 

Fringle, Re 68, 1743 

p. Moilett 1774 

Prior p. Homiblow 1077 

p. Mackinnon 1062 

p. Slathwaite Co .... 2285 

Prison Commrs p. CI. of Peace for 

Middlesex 1552 

P.Liverpool 1140 

Pritchard's Case 390 

Pritcliett p. English & Colonial 

Synd 160,621 

Privateer, The . . . 328,1775,2252 

Proby p. Landor 2274 

Proctor p. Proctor 867 

-^ — p. Sargent 266 

Proffitt p. Nye Valley Ry . . . 2267 

Propert v. Parker 2169 

Protection Insrce p. Wilton . . . 1766 
Protheroe p. Tottenham Hy . . . 496 

Proud p. Bates 1204 

Proudfoot V Uun 820, 1038, 1719, 1720, 

2026 
Provident Clerks Assrce r. Law 

Life Assrce 954 

Provincial Bank p. Cusden . . . 1295 
Prudential Assrce r. Edmonds 867, 1544 
Prnen p. Osborne .... 1013, 1014 

Prnessing v. Ing 1980 

Pryce, Re, Ex p. Ransberg . . 809, 986 
""'" p Davies 902 

-' — p. Mon. Ry & Cnnal Co il98, 2069 
Pryor v. City Offices Co ... . 1661 

p. Pryor 1624, 1881 

Prytherch. Re 2288 

Pudney p Eccles 795 

Pudsey p. Newsam 32 

Pugh p. Golden Valley Ry . 457, 1266 

p. Kerr 416 

P.Leeds 778,2142 

V. L. B. & S. Ry . . . . 16, 942 

Pogsley p. Ropkins . . 455. 1177, 1869, 

2180 

Ptilhrook, Exp 438 

n. Ashby 150 

p. Richmond Mining Co . . 931 

Pullen p. St. Saviour 839 

Pulling p. L. C. & D. Ry . . . . 1496 

Pullman p. Hill 1559, 1619 

Pumfrey, Re, Ex p. Hillman . . 1622 
Punchard, Re 2031 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



P>ffa 

Purcell ». Purcell 292 

PurchaB v. Holy Sepulchre . . . 1799 

Purdy V. Smiili 2010 

Pure Spirit Co v. Fowler .... 1064 
Purisima Concepcion, The . . . 1099 

Purser i;. Worthing 1163 

Pursey v. Hollo way, Re Baker . . 1401 

Purton. i?« 1171 

Purves V. Straits of Bow S. S. Co 886 
V. Wimbledon Com. Conserva- 
tors 2023 

Purvess r. Landell 1891 

Purvis V. Traill 1799 

Pusey V. Desbouvrie 47 

Pushman v. Filliter 1631 

Pust V. Dowie 2229 

Putney v. Lond. & S. W. Ry 1058, 1628, 

2006,2271 

Pybus, /?« 1910 

t;. Mitford 910 

Pye,£xp 1118,1419 

V, Muniford 872 

Pyer i;. Carter 98, 1262, 2132 

Pyle V. Partridge 17 

Pyle Works, Re . . . 1582, 1584, 2122 
Pyle Works No. 2, /2e . . . 1118,2122 

Pym V. Blackburn 1720 

Pyman i;. Burt 1679 

V, Dreyfus 1776 

Pyman and Dreyfus, Re . . 1068, 1248, 

2204 

Pyne v. Dor 2217 

V. Kinna 473 

Pyotw. Pyot .... 1239,1248,1700 



QuARM r. Quarm .... 896, 2001 

Quarrell v. Beckford 1227 

Quarrington v. Arthur . . . 641, 2266 

Quartemaine u. Selby 1294 

Quartz Hill Gold Mining Co, Re . 1417 

Queade, /?0 1844 

Quebec Mar Insrce v. Commercial 

Bk of Canada 1809 

Quebec Seminaire v. Limoilou . . 1763 

Queen, The 1467 

Queen of the River S. S. Co v. 

Thames Conservators .... 260 
Queensberry Leases, Re . , . 646, 836 
Queensbury v. Shebbeare . . . 1618 
Queensbury Industrial Socy v. 

Pickles 9;i8,2182 

Queenshead Industrial Socy v. 

Pickles 2182 

Queensland Bank v. P. & O. Steam 

Nav 1810 

Queensland Land Co, i^e . . . . 196 

Quennell v. Turner 642 

Quested v. Michell 864 

Quicke r. Quicke 1912 

Quilligan v. Limerick Market . . 673 
Quin i;. National Assrce . . 269,2216 

Quinn v. Leatham 1149 

r. O'Keeffe 1217 

I?. Shields 1231 



R. 

Rabbbth o. Squire 1311 

Rabbett v. Raikes 2056 

Raby t;. Ridehalgh 215 

Race, i?e 1304 

p. Ward 1671, 2222 

Rackham v. Bluck 440 

». Siddall 2108 

Radam's Microl)e Killer v. Leather 2097 

Radburn v. Jervis 871 

Radcliff,/?e 18:3,1191 

Radcliffe v. Bartholomew 249, 2058, 2267 

V, Buckley 806 

Radford v. Willis 903 

Radnor, Re 866 

Radnorshire v. Evans . . . 1364, 2234 

Ra£Fety v. Schofleld 1346 

Raggett V. Findiater 2081 

Raglan v. Monmouth Steam Co 680 

Raikes v. Boulton 1743 

W.Todd 1813 

Railton v. Wood 70, 666 

Railway Sleepers Co, Re . 188, 141, 1003, 

1287 
Railway Time Tables Co, Re . . 1374 

Raine v. Jobson 5f)2 

Rainford v. Knowles 1476 

Rains v. Buxton 660 

Raison, Exp 396, 1768 

Raleigh v. Williams 1262 

Ralph, Re 67, 237, 6J2 

V. Carrick 611, 612, 1011, 1012, 1013, 

1401, 1451, 1998 

w. Hurrel 2176 

Ralston v. Smith 1980 

Ramershur Pershad Narain Singh 
17. Kooni Behari Pattuk . . . 2221 

Ramsay, lie 1584 

r. Blair 1668, 1963 

V. Margrett .... 33, 136, 1616 

1; Thomgate 1966 

Ramsbottom v. Tunbridge . . . 664 

V. Wortley 663 

Ramsden v, Dyson 646 

V. Gibbs 2091 

V, Smith 61 

V. Yeates 162, 810 

Ramsey v. Cruddas 108, 886 

Ramshay, Exp 908 

Ramskill v. £a wards 214 

Rand v. Green 1914 

Randal v, Everest 1937 

Randall t;. Hills Dry Dock Co . . 317 

V, Lithgow 472 

V.Morgan 1164 

r. Roper 457 

». Russell .1109 

V. Stevens 722 

u. Thorn 488 

Randegger v. Holmes 631 

Randell, /?e 814 

p. Block 1326,2263 

V. Thompson .... 681, 1976 

Randfleld v. Randfleld 22.39 

Handle ». Lory 867, 1974 

Randolph v, Milman 256 

Rands v, Ckrk 2249 



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Page 
Rand wick v. Australian Corp . . 1348 
Ranelagh r. Hanclagh . . . 1997, 2000 

Kanger v. G. W. \\y 1106 

Kanken v. Hunt 1607 

Rankin v. Potter 8 

Ranking, Re 1277 

r. Forbes 114 

Rann v. Hughes 1410 

Ransberg, Ex p.. Re Pryce ... 309 
Ransome v. Eastern Counties Rj . 2128 

Ranson v, Dundas 1419 

Raper v, Birkbeck 252 

Raphael v. Bank of England 203, 1290 
Rapier v, London Tramways Co 399. 1300 

Rapley v. Smart 1820, 1898 

Rashleigh, £:T;>.,i2eDa1zeU . . 1425 

p. Master 1063 

Ratcliff. Re 1031 

V. Evans 1911 

V. Swift 1686 

Ratt V. Parkinson 656 

Raven, Rb 938 

Rayenscroft v. Provident Clerks' 

Assn 764 

Ravenshaw v. Barker 1674 

KaTensthorpe v. Hinchcliffe . 781, 1878 
Rawe V. Chichester .... 687, 1070 

Rawley v. Rawley 471 

Rawlings, Ex p,, Re Davis . . . 1683 

p. Biggs 293, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 

V, Jennings 603 

Itawlins, Re 187, 916 

r. Biggs 20.3, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 

p. Jenkins 1692 

p. Wickliam 1669 

Rawlinson p. Clarke . 266, 1106, 1628 

p. Pearson 222 

Rawson v. M'Causland .... 396 

Rawstron p. Taylor 2221 

Ray, /fe 186 

p. Adams 1531 

p. Barker 1784 

p. Walker 10 

Raynard p. Chase 119 

Rayner p. Godmond 1944 

p. Ornen S. S 1106 

Rayson v. S. London Tram Co . . 1319 

Read, i2« 482 

r. Anderson 798 

p. Brown 276, 276 

p. Eley 1165 

p. Hodgens 1989 

p. Joannon 470 

p. Lincoln, Bp 680, 618, 1206, 1286, 

1878, 2263 

P.Nash 474 

p. Perrett 1808 

p. Purcell 16 

p. Read 1637 

p. Snell 1848 

Read and Greswell, Re .... 1269 

Reade p. Bentley 699 

Reader p. Kingham 90 

Real Estate Co, jRtf 425 

Rearick p. Wilcox 840 

Reddin p. Metrop Bd of Works . 1159 
Redding, Re ... . 948, 1316, 1881 
Bede p. Barley 1616 



Page 
Redfield p. Wickham . . . 1447, 2122 

Redgate p. Haynes 1972 

Redgrave v. Uurd 26 

p. Kelly 1438 

p. I-ee 686 

p. Lloyd 460 

p. Mid. Ry 848 

Redhead p. West wood 193 

Redington p. Millar 2029 

Redman p. Pyne 231, aSl 

p. Rymer 786 

Redpath p. Roberts 1996 

Reece v. Miller 2064 

Reed, Re 223 

p. Braithwaite .... 1849, 1997 

p. Ingham . . . 431,1364,2235 

V. Kilburn Socy 1347 

— ^ p. Lamb 285, 1604 

p. Nutt 1102 

P. Shrubsole 2178 

P.Wilcox 1213 

Reed&Co, /?6 68 

Reeks p. Kynocli 1831 

Rees, i?fl 1277,1279 

p. De Bemardy 287 

— ^ p. Morgan C66 

p. Powell Duffryn Co . . . 1831 

P.Thomas 616 

p. Warwick 146 

p. Watts 12:]6 

Reeve v. Berridge 2168 

P.Gibson 967 

p. Yeates 1774 

Reeves p. Baker 771, 1683 

p. Barlow . . . 192,1760,1817 

p. Butcher 277 

p. Cattell 1666 

p. Stroud 774 

Regent Stores, Re 1402 

Regent's Canal Co p. St. Pancras . 1102 
R. p. Aberdare Canal Co ... . 141 

p. Abingdon .... 382, 1736 

p. . 861 

p. Adams 102, 604 

p. Adamson 908, 1176 

p. Adlard 969 

p. Aire & Calder Nav. ... 1246 

p. Alberbury .... 1203,1410 

p. Albert 62 

p. Alison 1236 

P.Allen . . . 190,196,876,1205 

p. AUmey 1661 

p. Amos 1864 

p. Anderson 220, 681, 687, 876, 1253, 

1609, 1886 

p. Andover 68 

p. Anglesey Jus. . 64, 86, 174, 802 

p. Anon 2167 

». Antrim Jus. . . 1270, 1440, 1887 

p. Ardley 1684 

p. Aris 1926 

p. Arkwright .... 2146,2146 

p. Armagh Jus. . . 68, 1276, 1440 

p. Ashman 838 

p. Ashton 94, 796 

p. Ashwell 169 

p. Aslett 604 

p. Aspinall 1767 



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R. V. Aston 911, 2213 

V. AtkinsoD 462 

17. Auchinleck 1766 

p. Aulton 1183 

V, Austin 908 

V, Avery 1240, 1884 

V. Aylesbury 1407 

». Aylesford 2010,2011 

». Bacon 676 

r. Badger 2247 

V. Bagshawe 1316 

V. Bailey 766, 2042 

i;. Baker .... 1113, 1467, 1707 

V. Bakewell 1006 

i;. Bamber 1143 

17. Bank of England .... 983 

U.Barclay 83,1176 

I'. Barker 2028 

17. Barlow 1176 

V. Barnes 667 

». Barnet 479 

V. Barnsley 460 

V. Barrett .... 213, 764, 1039 

17. Barton 200 

17. Basingstoke 233 

17. Basset 1403 

17. Batt 608 

17. Battle 1847 

V. Baxendale 2133 

V. Bayard 27 

17. Beaney 888 

17. Beaumont 1336 

17. Bedfordshire ... 998, 1607 

17. Bedworth 2266 

17. Beecham 2172 

17. Beer 1008 

17. Belford 18% 

17. Bell 1736 

17. Bellis 764 

17. Belton 1276 

17. Bennett 2266 

17. Bent 2248 

17. Berenger 1767 

V. Berkshire Jus. . . 7:4,911,912 

17. Bernardo 439 

17. Berriman 308 

V. Berry 413 

V. Berwick 860 

17. Bexley Heath Ky . . . . 2111 

17. Bigg 619 

17. Biggins 1028 

17. Biggleswade 1276 

17. Birmingham 303, 1692, 1727, 1853, 

1990 

17. Birmingham W. W. Co . . 1067 

— :— 17. Birmingham & Gloucester 

Ry 1744 

17. Biron 1691 

17. Birwistle 616, 1869 

17. Bishop 1874 

V. Bishop Wearmonth ... 69 

17. Blaby 406 

17. Blackburn 203 

17. Blakeman 1298 

V. Blanchard 69 

r. Blizard 1789 

17. Bloomsbury Co. Co. . 426, 1561 

17. Boardman 1676 



R. V, Bodkin 2149 

V. Boiler Explosions Commrs 20O, 

328 

t?. Bootie 1962 

17. Boteler 908,1175 

1\ Boulton 2172 

17. Bowerman .... 162, 1819 

t7. Bowness 339 

17. Bowyer 2179 

1'. Boyce 636 

V. Bradford 1645 

17. Bradford Library .... 1799 

17. Bradley 811,1886 

17. Brady 1335 

0. Braintree Union . . 1326. 1703 

P.Brandt 1799 

17. Brecon lOll 

r. Brettell 1203,1636 

«;. Bridge 714,1692 

17 Bridgewflter 1824 

V. Bridgnorth 2136 

V. Briggs 1047 

r. Bristol 2131 

V. Bristol Dock Co .... 1728 

p. Brocklehurst . . . 701, 1912 

V. Broropton Co. Co. Judge 428, 440 

V. Brown 17, 42, 84, 146, 691. 1039, 

1062, 1208, 1298, 1691, 1740, 1811 

r. Brownlow . 606,684,984,2045 

17. Bruce 876 

17. Bucknell 1877 

V. Bucks .... 1664, 1600, 1601 

17. Bullock 2274 

17. Burchet 1771 

r. Burdett 1643 

V. Burgess 1286 

17. Burrell 1617 

17. Burrows 318 

17. Burslem 652 

t'. Butter worth 708 

17. Button 691 

17. Caledonian Ry . . , 1176, 1493 

V. Calvert . 151 

17. Cambrian Ry . . 711,761,870 

17. Cambridgeshire Jus. . . . 2188 

17. Camplin 1650 

V. Canterbury Archbp. . . 633, 866 

17. Capell 870 

V. Capper 309, 1191 

17. Carmarthen 1324 

17. Carmarthenshire Jus. . . 682 

17. Carr 876,1113 

17. Carradice 216 

U.Carrol 1896 

17. Case 956 

f. Castle 1666 

17. Cavendish 244 

17. Caverswall 564 

17. Central Crim. Court ... 488 

17. Central Wingland . . . 1403 

17. Chadwick .... 814.1676 

17. Chambers 2122 

17. Chapman 1878 

17. Chappie 272 

17. Chariesworth 1403 

17. Charity Commrs . . 1033, 1607 

17. Charretie 1328 

17. Chart 423, 878 



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Page 
R. V. Cliawton . . 1222, 1223, 1891, 2284 

o. Cheeseman 145 

V. Chelsea W. W 669 

17. Cheshire Jus 64 

V. Chichester (Bishop of) . . 1177 

17. Christchurch . . . 127, 1851 

17. Christian 684 

V. Cbristopherson 1874 

V. Cinque Ports Jus 100 

V. City of London Court . 43, 805, 

822, 1805, 1807 

V. Clarence 905, 2135 

p. Clark 758, 774, 1602 

P.Clarke 1047,1804 

p. Clemens 2l.% 

u. Cleworth . 702, 1060, 1256, 1360, 

2078 

I'. Closs 300 

t'. Cluderoy 519, 1501 

c. Cluer 26 

p. Clutton 1976 

p. Coady 218 

p. Coates 1113, 1873 

p. Cockbum 908 

p. Coke 1895 

r. Colbeck 59 

P.Coleridge. . . . 180,247,2085 

p. Colley 1925 

— ^ p. CoUingwood 1889 

p. Comptroller of Patents . . 93, 96 

p. Coney 64, 126 

p. Consistory Court . . . . 1721 

p. Conyers 1210 

p. Cooban 858 

P. Cook 237, 259, 1039, 1342, 1811, 

2148 

p. Cookham 516 

p. Cooper 1778 

p. Cork 2268 

p. Cork Jus 99 

p. Cothani 1710 

p. Cottingham 966 

r. Cottle. . . . 2075,2076,2221 

V. Countesthorpe 1779 

p Cox 8.38, 1256 

p. Cramp .... 632, 1298, 1499 

p. Crawford 519 

p. Cree 780 

p. Cridland 203 

p. Crisp 1564 

p. Croft 60 

p. Cross 563 

p. Crosthwaite .... 1466. 1849 

17. Cniydon Tramways Co 397, 531 

r. Cullen 1047 

p. CuUum 1335 

p. Cnmberworth Half . 815, 1041 

p. Cunningham . . . 876, 1804 

p. Curran 910 

p. Curzon 930 

p. Dale 209 

0. Damarell 1062 

p. Danger 2172 

V. Darlington 976 

p. Davie 969 

P. Davies . . . 796, 2134, 2148 

P.Davis .... 1062,1149,2248 

p. Dawson 1482 



Page 

R.P.Day 375,770,772 

r. Dayman 1691, 1961 

V. Dean 652 

p. Deane 68 

p. De Banks 159 

p. DeGrey . . . 1292,1883,1885 

p. De Kromme 1903 

p. Delaval 380 

p. Dempson 703 

p. Denbighsliire 1862 

p. Dennis . . . 678, 739, 759, 1821 

p. De Portugal 1361 

p. Derbyshire 217 

17. De Ruiter 955 

p. De Rutzen 582 

P.Devon 279.637,1601 

p. Devonshire 2045 

p. Dewitt 691 

17. D'Eyncourt 292 

p. Dickenson 1366 

V. Ditcheat ... 884, 1813, 2022 

p. Dixon 992 

p. Dobbins 1691 

P.Dolby 804,909,1140 

r. Doncaster 104 

p. Doubleday . . 1365, 1867, 2238 

p. Douglas 1628 

p. Dover . . 50, 383, 422, 760, 1016, 

1191,1446,1681 

V. Downes 2246 

17. Downshire .... 2075,2188 

P. irOyly 1185,1908 

p. Drake 1096 

— i — V. Dring 44 

p. Druitt 1214 

p. Drury 59 

V. Dublin 669, 14 10 

— ^ 17. Duckworth 145 

V, Dudman 342 

V. Dunn 194 

p. Dunsford 1203 

p. Durijam Bp 76, 768 

p. Durham Jus 1 

p. Dutton 1032 

p. Dyer 72 

p. Dyson 438, 1285 

p. E. & W. India Docks Co . 457, 

1633 

p. E. & W. India Docks & Bir- 

raingliam Ry 2111 

p. East London W. VV. Co . 2029 

p. East Looe 421 

p. East Stonehouse .... 1735 

17. East Teign mouth .... 1409 

p. Eastern Counties Ry . . 506, 752, 

975 

p. Eatington 1812 

p. Edwards 356, 433, 459, 501, 1.%1. 

2052 
— ■- p. Edmundson . . 356, 1488, 2212 

p. Elliott 676, 1244 

P.Ellis 432,679,2028 

17. Ellison 1381 

p. Elswick 554 

p. Ely Jus 766 

17. Entwistle 1545 

P.Epsom 820,1710 

p. Erdheim 368 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



R. V. Essex Commrs of Sewers . 29, 959 

V. EBsex Co. Co 43 

V. Essex Jus 2108 

V. ETans . . . 282, 311. 1062, 1G((6 

V. Everett 2062, 2069 

V, Exeter 690, 970 

p. Eye 1313 

1?. Eyre .... 189,1394,1779 

V. Falkingham 3 

V. Fanning 190 

V.Faraday 1145 

p. Farmer 1062 

p. Farre 174 

p. FarreU 908 

». Fnrrow 42,279 

V. Faultleroy 486 

1\ Fernandes 1599 

I'. Ferrybridge .... 1785, 2128 

V. Field 739 

V. Fisher . . 17, 188, 457, 779, 2077 

V. Fitch 1676 

V. Fitzroy Cowper . . 619, 1885 

V. Fletcher 482, 437, 674, 988, 1028, . 

1612, 1660, 2107 

r. Fhntan 1084,2240 

w. Flockton 1317 

P. Flock wood Commrs . . . 1175 

V. Flowers 159 

f. Foley 569,1542 

r. Foote 438,1028 

V, Fordham 1853 

V. Forncett St. Mary . . . 1403 

». 49 Casks of Brandy . 576,1804 

r. Foulkes 615 

i;. Francis 892, 754, 911, 999, 1768 

V. Fredland 119 

17. Freke 615,1161 

P.French .... 27,1676,2111 

». Frost 1520 

t;. Fry 1322 

V. Fullagar 1778 

r. Fullford 1948,1951 

V. Gainsborough Union . 87, 1253 

V. Gale 1386 

V, Gal way Infirmary . . . 1555 

r. Gamble 1113 

V. Gamlingay .... 778, 2064 

r. Ganz 747, 1030 

P.Gardner . . 22,417,1463,1521 

V. Casks rth 999 

p. Gaskell 1799 

V. Gaunt 406 

V. Geddington 94 

i;. Gee 1085 

V. General Cemetery Co . . 2087 

V. General Med. Council . . 1101 

V. Glamorganshire Co. Co. 1501 

V. Glamorganshire Jus. . 427, 545 

17. Glossop 1735 

17. Gloucester 1252 

V, Gloucestershire Jus. . 582, 1418 

17. Glover 2006 

r. Godfrey 2212 

17. Godmanchester .... 1848 

V. Goldtliorpe 548 

V. Goodchild 1253 

V. Goole 1423 

17. Gordon 692 



R. 17. Goyemment Stock Invest- 
ment Co 883 

17. Gravesend 1592, 1090. 2194, 2195 

V. Gray 238, 708, 1286 

p. Great Bolton 867 

r. Great Tower Hill Trustees 2076 

V. G. W. Ry 100, 676, 1178, 2647 

— V, Greenhow 1143 

17. Greenland 325 

V. Greenlaw 2152 

V. Greenwich County Court 

Registrar 1724 

(7. Gregory 226, 852 

V, Grey 1766 

p. Grice 1822 

p. Grimwade 1824 

p. Groombridge 255 

p. Gunnell 540 

— p. Gwenop 651 

p. Gwinear 539 

p. Hackney 1039 

p. Hadfield 1308 

p. Hague 1476 

P.Hale 172 

p. Hales worth 1610 

p. Halifax Co. Co. . . 761,1468 

p. Hall . . . 352, 899, 1366, 2085 

V. Hallidav 966 

p. Hamilton 1667 

p. Hammersmith 1652 

p. Hammond .... 1489, 1826 

p. Hampden .... 1869, 1870 

p. Handy 627 

p. Hannam 860 

V. Hannay 360 

V. Hants Jus 1418 

p. Harden 870 

p. Harding 730 

p. Hardy .... 627, 1308, 1490 

p. Harley 42 

p. Harper 191, 1190 

p. Harrald 661 

p. Harris 504. 1118, 1128, 1484, 2275 

p. Harrod 1401 

p. Hart 1818 

p. Hartfield " 58,2032 

p. Harvey 1247 

P.Harwich 1101.1175 

r. Haslehurst . . 824, 1326, 1703 

p Haslemere 2097 

p. Hassall 150 

p. Hastings 572 

V. Haugliton .... 1381, 1926 

p. Hawkhurst 438, 482 

p. Hayward 452 

p. Heath 1698 

p. Henley-upon-Tliames . . 554 

p. Hennah 1298 

p. Hereford Denn .... 289 

p. Herefordshire Jus. . 823, 1275 

p. Hermann 420, 945 

p. Herring 460 

p. Herstmonoeauz .... 2237 

p. Hewson 848 

V. Heyop 254 

p. Hicklin 992, 1307 

p. Higham 1062 

p. HiU 1217,2211 



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H. V. HipsweU 2193 

V. Hobbs 609, 650 

p. Hodges 89, 799, 1363, 1494, 1569, 

2176 

V. Hodgkinson 2187 

V. Hodnett 303 

V. Hole 784 

p. Holl 201, 438 

p. Holland Jus 222, 223 

p. HolUs 1762 

p. Holloway 159 

P.Holmes 1484 

p. Holt 290, 801, 1494 

p. Hopkins .... 433, 434, 932 

p. Hornsea 1143 

p. Horrooks 1255 

p. Horton 848,2190 

r. How 1185 

p. Howard 827,2212 

p. Howarth 775 

p. Howell 603 

p. Hube ; . . 1693 

p. Huddersfield 1877 

p. Hudson 796 

p. Hughes . 291, 1783, 2089, 2274 

p. Hull 669 

p. Hull Dock Co . . . 860,2274 

p. Hulme 91 

p. Humpbery 2146 

— p. Humphrey 43 

p. Humphreys 1488 

P.Hunt 713 

p. Husthwaite 654 

p. Hutchinson 1010 

p. Illidge 828, 1862 

p Incledon 69 

p. Income Tax Commrs 618, 1482 

p. Ingall 1852 

— p. Ingham 958 

p. Inland Revenue .... 2042 

'—' p. Instan 1168 

p. Institution of Civil Engi- 
neers 1799,1800 

p. Ion 2166, 2167 

— ^ p. Ipswich Justices .... 1498 

p. Isaacs 1298 

p. Isle of Ely 421 

P.James 150,1113 

p. Jhj 615 

p. Jenkins .... 481, 887, 2237 

p. Jenner 1149 

p. Jennings 2275 

p. Jepson 1824 

p. Jetherell 1089 

p. Johnson . . . 845, 1066. 1322 

p. Jones 91.438,691.956, 1194, l:J81, 

1567, 1617, 1799, 1824, 2188 

p. Jordan 2246 

— p. Joyce 2122 

p Juby 433 

p.Judd 708 

p. Kane 66 

P.Kay 160.543 

p. Kealing 1029 

P.Keith 1411,1626 

p. Kenardington 339 

p. Kennedy 2284 

p. Kennet 245 



Page 

R. p. Kent 1255 

p. Kent Jus. . . 1407,1879,1882. 

1885, 2233 

P.Kerr 96 

V. Kerrison 1390 

p. Kerry Jus 1038 

p. Kershaw .... 396, 945, 970 

p. Kerswill 318 

p. Keyn .... 623, 1804, 2035 

— p. Kildare Jus 1446 

p. Kilderby 119 

p. King 2148 

p. Kitchen 1113 

p. Knapp 64 

p. Knight 778,2064 

p. Knollys 2028 

p. Laboucliere 1607 

p. Lacy ... 822, 689, 1267, 1378 

p. Lambert 1819 

p. Lancashire . . 217, 279, 637, 658 

p. Lancashire Jus. . . 1420, 2145 

p. Lane, and Y. Ry .... 1178 

p. Land Commrs 916 

p. I^ngford 604 

p. Langriville 1292 

p. Lamer 691 

p. Larwood 1599 

P.Latimer 1149 

p. Leake 1613 

p. Lee 1388, 1692 

p. Leeds Canal Co .... 665 

p. Leeds County Court . 462, 1752 

p. Leeds & Liverpool Nav. Co 1067 

p. Lef roy 440 

p. Leicester 1852 

p. Leicester Freemen . . . 1836 

p. Leigh 679, 827 

p. Leith 1637 

p. Leonard-Smith 2274 

p. Leresche 882, 616 

p. Levi 862 

p. Lewen 1122,1128 

p. Lewis 145, 1162, 1444, 1685, 2248 

p. Liclifield 72,1698 

p. Light 776 

p. Lillyman 1650 

— p. Limerick Jus 1275 

p. Little 864 

p. Liverpool .... 1206, 1266 

P.Llewellyn .... 1255,1848 

p. Lloyd 1824 

p. Local Board 1001 

p. Local Government Board . 479. 

1824, 1490, 1966, 2076 

p. Lock 956 

p. r^lley 623 

p. London 1744 

p. London Bp 1177, 1843, 1668,2186 

p. London C. & D. Ry . . . 1562 

p. Iy)ndon Co. Co. . . 1114, 1699 

p. London Jus. 69, 99, 377, 621, 806, 

926, 1028, 1095, 1178, 1418, 1427, 1696. 
1728, 1866 

p. London School Bd . 88, 181, 839 

p. London & N. W. Ry . . . 1882 

V London & St. Katharine 

Docks Co 1602 

p. Londonderry, &c, Ry . . 249 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



R. V, Long 953 

V. Longe 2111 

V. Longnor 408 

V. Loom 1864 

V. Lopez 768 

V. U)Td Mayor .... 276, 1827 

V. Lordsmere 1307 

v. Loutli JuB. . . 849,1049,2269 

V. Lovell 2007 

V. Lowe 1124 

V. Lowrie 2172 

V. Loxdale 1247, 1866 

V. LuelUn .... 843, 978, 2093 

r. Luff 169 

0. Lunacy Commra .... 1177 

V. Lyme Regis 681 

». Lynch 1807 

V. Lyon 486 

V. McDermot 462 

r. M*DonRgU 446 

V. McGralh 2007 

». MKeevep 331 

V, McKenzie 738 

i;. McKnight 263 

i;. Maconochie 622 

V. Madeley 2045 

». Madge 2182 

». Magee 324 

V. Maidstone 616 

V, Main waring .... 1684, 1736 

p. Maiden 1052 

V. Mallinson 2009 

V. Manchester . 283. 294, ?90, 1826, 

1431, 1612, 1799, 1877, 2029, 2186 

V. Manchester Jus 1661 

V. Manchester W. W. Co 1364, 1368 

r. Manktelow .... 1617,2007 

». Manley Smith 2006 

V. Manning . . . 228, liJ24, 1874 

r. Mansfield 169 

V. Mario uita Co . . . 988,1662 

I'. Marsden 776.1317 

V. Marsliam .... 108, 669. 1266 

V. Martin 619, 632, 966, 1149, 1676 

V. Mashiter 969 

i\ Mason 691 

». Master 437.1319 

i;. Matty 916 

V. Maude S03 

V. Maulden or Moulden . . . 852 

V. Mawgan 1722 

V. May 466, 2030 

r. Maydenhead 1928 

i;. Maynard . .• 291 

V. Mayo Jus 1804 

V, Mead . 246, 826, 894, 1293, 1865. 

1392 

V, Mellor 626, 1613 

r. Merthyr Tydvil .... 1183 

1'. Metcalf 2010 

V. Metrop Bd of Works 976, 1000, 

15:]6 

— V. Metrop Comnirs of Sewers 652 

». Middlesex 68,670 

i;. Middlesex Asylum . . . 1826 

V. Middlesex Jus. 462, 468,806, 1370, 

1665 

— r. Middlesex Registry . . . 2277 



Page 

R. V. Middleton 2042 

t^. Mid. Ry . 1063, 1806, 1688, 1728. 

2062, 2270 

». Miles 274 

u. Milland 902 

». MUlis 1165 

r. Mills 814 

V. MilTerton 1941 

V. Minchinhampton .... 2056 

V. Mirfleld 1786 

V. Miskin Higher Jus. . . . 545 

V. MitcheU 960 

r. Monck 1091 

». Moody 1676 

p. Moore 1300 

r. Morbv 2246 

— V. Moreley 1001 

V. Morris 274 

V. Morrish 659 

V. Morrison 2213 

p. Morton . . . 486, 1306, 2278 

p. Mosley 1864 

p. Moss 2251 

p. Moulden or Maulden . . 852 

V, Mount 1444 

p. Mountford 1113 

p. Munden 703 

p. Munslow 1160 

p. MussoQ 1876 

p. Myott 1733 

p. Nacton 839 

p Napton 713, 1083 

p. Narberth North .... 1785 

p. Neal 1609 

p. Neat 182 

p. Neath 1688 

p. Neath Canal Navigation 226, 1364, 

1588 

p. Nevill 1364, 2028 

p. Newman 1778 

p. Newport Dock Co . 1067, 1646 

p. New Saruni 390 

p. Nicholson 069 

p. Nillins 784 

p.Noakes 1322 

p. Norfolk Co. Co. . . . 487. 878 

p Norris 467, 13G8 

p. North CoUingham ... 867 

p. North Curry . . . 969,1731 

p. North Mid. Ry 976 

p. North Union Ry .... 976 

p. Northallerton Co. Co. . . 7 

p. Northampton 1601 

p. Northowram . . . 494, 1489 

P.Norwich 1207,1852 

p. Norwood 1731, 1735 

p. Nott 1016 

p. O'Connell 1129 

p. O'Connor 796,1032 

p. Offchurch 611 

p. Old Alresford .... 727, 728 

p. Oldham 915, 1696 

p. Ormesby . . . 781, 1878, 2237 

p. O'Shay 1650 

p. Ouse Commrs 755 

p. Outwell 666 

p. Overton 1676 

p. Owen 941 



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R. r. Owens ...... 042, 2274 

r. Oxford 1786 

V. Oxfordsliire Jus. . 276, 780, 1904 

r. Padwick 470 

». Page 2167 

V. Paget 316 

1;. Palmer 1822 

r. Parker 183d 

r. Parrot 1381 

». Paterson 2061 

r. Patteson 1868 

». Paty 271 

V.Paul 1148 

r. Payne 119, 1867 

p. Paynter 1691 

p. Pearce 976 

P.Pearson 1128 

p. Pease 1110 

p. Pelham 019,2286 

p. Pelly 828, 769 

p. Pemberton 1708 

p. PembUton . . 1149,2186,2248 

p. Perobridge 1636 

p. Penkridge Jus. . . 613. 1891 

p. Penny 1132 

p. Percy 1601 

P.Perry 1298,1811 

p. Peterborough 1276 

r. Peters 4:^3 

p. Phillimore 1691 

p. Phillips . . . 1248, 1349, 1700 

p. Piddletrenthide .... 2028 

P.Pierce .... 420.476,662 

p. Piercey 418 

— «. r. Pllkington 1889 

p. Pink 389 

P.Pitt 71 

p. Platts 1948 

p. Plenty 811,120:^ 

p. Plowright 867 

p. Plymouth . . 670, 1746, 1969 

p. Pockett 692 

p. Pocock 1849,1799 

p. Pontefract 1714 

p. Poor Law Commrs . 730, 1328, 

16,33 

p. Porter 269, 1911 

p. Portsmouth 389 

p. Portugal 66 

r. Postmaster Gen.. , 86, 618, 1708 

V. Pott Shrigley 1658 

p. Potterhanworth .... 1663 

p. Poulter 460 

p. Poulton 208 

p. Powell 290, 824, 826, 1208, 1273, 

1883, 1914 

p.Pownall 174 

p. Poynder 900,1314 

p. Pratt . . . 626, 739, 1437, 1982 

p. Prest 869 

p. Price 247. 810, 356, 603, 766, 2247 

V. Priest Hutton 2131 

p. Prince 818, 1046 

V, Prowes 2182 

p. Pulbrook 160 

p. Purdey 1418 

p. Pyne 1447 

i;. Quainton 1610 

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Page 

R. p. Radford 2166 

p. Raffles 1271 

V. Railway Commrs . . 684, 2128 

p. Ramsay 311 

V, Rarosgate 72, 999 

P.Randall 1070,2164 

p. Rathbone 1621 

p. Ravenscrof t 1437 

p. Reader 1946 

p. Reason . 614 

V. Redman 22 

p. Reed 2122 

p. Regents Canal Co . . 1067, 2232 

p. Registrar Joint Stock Cos 363, 

881, 1038 

V. Rhodes . 63, 341, 864, 498, 1927 

P.Rice 646 

i;. Ricliards .... 63, 1381, 1437 

p. Richardson 651 

p. Richmond .... 1666, 1826 

p. Rigby 2240 

P.Riley 1,418,986 

p. Ring 146 

V. Ripon 664 

p. Kitson 762 

V. Roach 611 

P.Roberts 200 

p. Robinson . 22, 66, 129, 146, 299. 

862, 601, 764, 822, 1089, 1729 

V. Robson 408 

P.Rochester .... 069,1862 

p. Rodley 1626 

p. Rogers 141, 1722 

». Rose .... 1662,1766,2164 

c. Rosinski 966 

p. Rotherham .... 1176, 1317 

p. Rourke 1777 

p. Rothwell 611, 2129 

P.Rowlands 93 

p. Royal Medical and Chiror- 

gical Society 1799 

p Rudge 488,1028 

p. Runciman 324, 760, 1044, 1666. 

1666 

r. Rundle 269 

p. Ruscoe 1928 

p. Russell 1600, 1838 

V. Rye 1384 

p Ryland 1268 

V. Rymer .... 843, 978, 2093 

p. Saddlera' Co . . 44, 982, ia34 

p. Saffron Walden .... 2257 

p. St. Andrew the Less . . 1607 

p. St. Anne, Westminster . . 984 

p. St. Benedict 1613 

V, St. Clement Danes . . . 292 

— p. St. George 146 

p. St George, Bloomsbury . 927 

p. St. George, Hanoyer Square 843 

p. St. George, South wark 1286, 1603 

V. St George the Martyr . . 1033 

V. St. George's 871 

p. St Giles 889, 1088, 1313, 1616, 1714 

p. St. Gregory 2196 

p. St James, Westminster . 1968 

p. St John, Bedwardine . . 802 

p. St. John, Hackney ... 669 

V. St. John, Maddermarket . 1220 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



R. V. St. John, Westgate . ... 1317 

V. St. Lawrence 654 

r. St Leonard, Shoreditch . 1786 

V. St Martin-in-tiie- Fields 1609, 1800 

V. St Mary Abbott's . . 424, 879 

t;. St Mary, Islington 284, 307, 616, 

6(59, 1718 

V. St. Mary, Lambeth ... 1186 

r. St Mary, Warwick . 141, 2282 

V. St Marylebone . . 391, 1409 

v. St. Matthew, Betbnal Green 1849 

V. St Michael 210 

w. St Nicholas 2196 

V. St Nicholas, Leicester . . 862 

u. St Nicholas, Rochester 32, 86, 1313 

V, St Pancras . . 843. 1311, 1693 

V. St Paul's. Coyent Garden 934, 1806 

V. St Peter^s 1610 

V. St Petrox 104 

V. St Saviour, South wark 984, 1176 

r. St Thomas 1616 

u. Salford 1668 

». Salisbury 2071 

V.Salmon 1209 

V. Salomons 1319 

V. Salop 141, 279 

u. Salway 1644 

V, Samuel 689, 984 

V, Sanders 1873 

V, Sandford 969 

V. Satchwell 1926 

V. Battler 768 

V. Saunders 1484 

I'. Scot 1616 

V, Sedgley 1203, 1636 

r. Senior. . . . 2246,2247,2249 

V. Sharman lObl, 1861 

V. Sharp 399, 401 

V. Shaw . . 822, 1130, 1378, 1726 

V. Sheehan 1361 

V. Sheffield 1262 

V. Shellard 663 

u. Shepherd 1621 

V. Shiles 1248, 1349 

V. Shipton 1491, 1680 

V. Showier 2190 

V. Shrewsbury Ga« Co . 870, 1864. 

1368, 2029 

V. Shukard 2166 

V. Shurmer . . . 1291, 1343, 1886 

t;. Silkstone 906,1181 

r. Silvester . 702, 1050, 1860, 2078 

r. Simpson 2184 

». Sinclair 1313 

V. Skeen 640 

r. Skingle 1864,2028 

V. Skinn 1669 

V. Slnde 299, 889, 822, 894, 978. 1638 

V. Slator 959, 966 

u. Slatter 13, 102 

V. Slawstone 1826 

V. Smallman 326 

V. Smith 87, 398, 668, 896, 1062, 1187, 

1270. 1808, 1418, 1446, 1647, 1665,1676, 
1768, 2168, 2172 

V. Smyth 744 

v. Snagge 1,80 

V, Sneyd 1862 



R. V. Somersetshire 2052 

V. Somersetshire Jus. . . . 427 

17. S. E. Ry 2062 

V. South Weald 1179 

V. Southampton 217, 1080. 1089, 1601 

V. Southampton Commrs . . 948 

V. Sottthport 1426. 14U8, 1866, 2162, 

2204 

V, Southwark & V. W. W. Co 1688 

i;. Soutter 58, 1664 

t;. Sparrow 57, 1862 

V. Spicer 1062, 18(54 

t'. Spilsbury .... 784, 1644 

V. Spratley 1866 

r. Spurrell 1814,1064 

r. Stafford 929,1014 

1'. Staffordshire 1862 

1;. Staffordshire Canal Nar. . 2111 

V. Staffordshire Jus. . . . 1418 

r. Staines 980, 1972 

V. Stallion 1381, 1838 

r. Stamper 867 

V. Stannard 1039 

u, Stapleton 1602, 1736 

I'. Steel 244, 438. 1028 

— V. Stephenson 908 

r. Stepney 474 

V. Stevens . . . 2142, 2148, 2276 

— t\ Steward of Havering atte- 
Bower 1176,1179 

V. Stewart 816, 1867 

V. Stimpson 2136 

V. Stockton 927, 2146 

V. Stoddart 188, 1128 

V. Stoke Damerel .... 2194 

V. Stone 2122 

v. Stow Bardolph 867 

V. Strugnell 1039 

V. Stuart 826 

V. Stubbs 1964 

V, Sudbury 1402 

i;. Sullivan 488 

r. Sunley 1041,1617 

1;. Surrey Justices 618, 878, 1101, 

1276, 1364 

r. Sussex 1274 

0. Sutcliffe 1819 

i;. Swansea Jus 1273 

t;. Sweeney 2228 

V. Sweet 1669 

V. Swift 1621 

r. Swindon . 929, 1379, 1390, 1877 

V. Swyer 2283 

V, Sykes 867 

V. Tacey 467 

V. Tadcaster .... 211, 2029 

V. Tandy 1280 

i;. Tankard 2140 

r. Tatlock 2172 

1;. Taunton St. James . . . 1697 

V. Taunton St Mary ... 69 

t; Taylor 160, 462 

?\ Temple 1799 

V. Thallman 1484 

V. Thomas 508, 708 

V. Thompson 870 

V. Thornham 816 

V. Thornton 1096 



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Pa«e 

T?.r. Thorp 380 

». Thorpe 13<M$ 

V. Thwaites 1884 

V.Tibbie 879 

V, Timroins 1517, 2007 

V, Tithe Commre 1176 

V. Titterton 1663 

u.Toke 1317 

D. Tolson 190. 202, 1046, 1047. 1149 

V. TorolinBon . 22, 822, 1187, 1267 

V. Tonbridge 867 

V. Toole 69 

V. Tooley 1621 

V. Totley 808 

r. Townrow 212 

o. Townsend 69 

V, TrafEord 661 

V. Treasury 314 

V. Tregoning 1146 

o, Truro 4a% 409 

V. Tuchin 1421 

V. Tucker . . . 487, 1603, 1608 

V. Tugwell 613 

V. Turner 1177, 2084 

r. Two Casks of Tallow . . 676 

u. Tyler 436, 438 

V. Tynemottth 1492 

V. Tyree 2094 

V. Tyrone Jus 1979 

V. United Kingdom Telegraph 

Co 877 

r. Upper Pap worth .... 1636 

17. Usworth 664, 893 

r. Vane 1403 

r. Vange 180 

u. Vaughan 1892 

w. Vincent 1819.1911 

V. Vine 406 

V. Wagstafl 1824 

V. Wainaeet .... 887, 1630 

V, Wake 1024 

V. Waldegrave 361 

r. Walker 775. 1714 

V Wallace ... 241, 1860, 2188 

V. Walton 601 

V. Warburton 380 

V. Ward 1149 

V, Wargrave 1669 

V, Warren 1650 

V. Warwick 228, 1262 

17. Warwickshire 1970 

V. Warwickshire Jas. . 866, 1980 

17. Watson 272 

V. Watta 1300 

V. Waudby 2276 

17. Waverton 176, 872 

17. Weaver 286 

V. Webb . . . 673. 966, 1062. 1641 

17. Websdell 1145 

17. Weil 103 

V, Welch 1149, 2135 

V, Welland 888 

i;. Wellard 1484 

». Weller 1483 

17. Wellings 908 

17. Welsh 2167 

V, West 27, 1676 

17. West Bromwich Sch. Bd 88, 181 



R. V, West Derby 285 

17. West Middlesex W. W. . 659 

17. West Riding Co. Co . . 64, 1627 

V. West Riding Jus. . 174. 463, 582, 

1811, 1817 

V, Westbrook 1712 

17. Westmoreland 59 

17. Weston 2228, 2285 

17. Wexford 1108 

17. Wheatley 1255 

17. Wheeler 1151,1159 

17. Whipp 1619 

17. Whissendine 282 

17. White . . 8, 673, 942, 1297, 1305 

17. Whitechurch .... 42, 380 

r. Whitecross Street Prison . 439 

17. Whiteley 999 

17. Whiteman 457 

V. Whitmarsh 1626 

V. Whitnash 1354 

17. Whittlngham 637 

17. Whixley 272 

V. Wicklow Co. Co 424 

17. Wigan 756, 912 

17. Wilcox 224 

V. Wilkes 542 

V. Wilkins 973 

17. Willats ^ 1006 

17. Willesden 1587 

V. Williams .... 569, 930, 1824 

V. Williamson 59, 680 

17. Wilson ... 42, 279, 731, 1861 

17. Wilu & Berks Nay. . . . 1692 

17. Wiltshire Jus 2286 

17. Winder 1843 

17. Winter 1381 

17. Wistow 1265 

17. Wolferstan .... 1611, 1619 

r. Wood 688, 774, 2274 

17. Woodhall 708 

17. Woodhead 1927 

17. Woodland 1203 

17. Woolpit 389 

17. Woolston 811 

V. Wootton 554 

t\ Worcestershire Jus. . 1418, 1727, 

1914 

17. Wormingall 2282 

17. Wortley 1050,1187 

V. Worton 2148 

17. Wright 877 

17. Wycherley 1640 

17. Wycombe Ry 1255 

17. Wymondham 1889 

17. Yarborough 914 

17. Yates 2172 

V.York 371,392,418 

17. York & N. Mid. Ry . . . 1178 

V, Yorkshire 1600 

17. Yorkshh« Jos. . 209, 1096, 1418, 

1488, 1709 

17. Young 438, 1521 

-^— 17. Younger 1256 

17. Zoological Socy .... 1800 

Reichel v. Magrath 778 

Reichenbach i7. Quin 1989 

Reid 17. Allan 1920 

17. Burrows 827 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Reid V. Garrett 1427 

V. Keid 21, 67, 105 

V. Kigby 1460 

V, Shergold 2251 

r. Wilson . 626, 1041, 1168, 1342 

Reid'8 Brewery Co v. Male . 267, 1573 
Reigate r. Croydon .... 307, 2240 

V. Hunt 209 

Reilly i;. Booth 801 

V.Jones 1104 

Reinhardt v. Mentasti . 1298, 1299, 1300 

t;. Spalding 2081 

Reischer t;. Borwick .... 280, 336 
Reliance Bg Socy, Re 242, 396, 842, 1127 

Remfry v, Natal 2221 

Remington v. Steyens 80 

Reoanant, /?e 637,638 

Ren i;. Bulkeley 1618 

Rendall u. Andreae 131 

Rendle, Re 1619 

Rendlesham v. Meux 96 

Reniger v. Fogossa 61 

Renner v. Tolley 1677 

Rensberg, Ex p., Re Pryce ... 936 
Renshaw v. Queen Anne Mansions 

Co 650 

Rep. Church Body v, Commr of 

Valjiaiion 1612 

Repton V. Hodgson 1266 

Repulse, The 1099 

Resolution, The ....... 1211 

Kesolven,The 1226 

Restitution S. S. Co v. Vine ... 320 
Reuter «. Sala . . . . 640,1226,1870 
Revelstoke v. Inl. Rev. . . 1016, 1133 
Reversionary Interest Socy, Re 487 

Review Pub. Co, Re 1660 

Reynell v. Lewis 346, 1596 

Reynolds, Re . 806 

V. Accidental Insrce .... 15 

V. Bridge 1106 

— V. Brown 656 

V.Bullock 605 

V.Coleman 2084,2257 

V.Doyle 1085 

— V. Jex 2261 

V. Kortright 1742 

V. M*Gloughlin 895 

V. Tomlinson .... 1248, 1778 

V. Whelan 702, 1211 

Rhoades, Re 690, 1742 

Rhodes, Re 481. 1644 

V. Airedale Commrs 112, 875, 466 

V. Bate 2126 

V. Bullard 2286 

V. Forwood 1901 

V. Ibbetson 366 

V. Pateley Bridge 680 

V.Rhodes . . . .779,924,1011 

Rhondda Ry v. Talbot 17 

Rhymney Co v. Fowler .... 1627 
Rhymney Ry v. Rhymney Iron Co 601, 

1561 
Rhymney S. S. Co v. Iberian Co . 2267 

Rialto, The 688 

Ribble Nav. Co v. Hargreaves 1892, 1871 
Ribble River Committee v. Croston 1946 
V. Halliwell 1905 



Ricardo V. Maidenhead .... 1981 

Rice r. Howard 49 

V. Noakes 1227, 2055 

V. O'Connor 667,668 

0. Reed 2209 

V. Rice 684 

V. Slee 1403 

V. Stearns 1792 

Rich V. Kneeland 348 

V. Pierpoint 1891 

Richards, ^« 734,1976 

V. Banks 747 

r. Butcher . 654,1329.2081,2162 

V. Delbridge 649 

V. Easto 1114,1699 

V, Hay ward 714, 1060 

V. Kessick 1948 

V. Kidderminster 193» 282, 469, 477, 

1409 

V. L.B.&S.Ry 779 

V. Macbride 1276 

V. Ricliards 541 

r. Sely 430 

V. Swansea Imp. Co 896, 1169 

Richardson, Re . 101, 964, 1238, 1910, 

1940, 2024 

V. Bradshaw 162 

V. Brown 1268 

r. Colne Fishery Co ... • 1886 

V. Elmit 472 

V. Harris 2103 

V. Harrison 402, 1079 

V. Jenkins 481 

V. Mellish 1611 

V. Methley Sch. Bd . . . . 8 

V. Power 2183 

V.Richardson .... 188,1024 

V.Robertson 2188 

V. Rowntree 1819 

V. Spraag . 1348 

V Stormont 128 

V. Watson 327 

V. Williamson 686 

r. Willis 1661 

V. Yardiey 806 

Richardsons & Samuel, Re 16. 398, 1118, 

1362, 1963 
Richmond Gas Co v. Richmond . 1268, 

1260 
Richmond Hill S. S. Co v. Trinity 

House 822,1908 

Richmond Jus., i?e 1711 

Richmond W. W. Co ». Richmond 667 
Bickett V. Metrop Ry . . . . 974, 976 

V. Mid. Ry 1667,1672 

V. Sharp, Re Sharp .... 1603 

Ricketts v. Harling 661 

V. Turquand 260 

Riddel). Re, Ex p. Strathmore . 716, 716 

V. Durnford 1646 

Rider v. Wood 7 

Ridge, /?« 1340 

V. Newton 788, 1009 

Ridgeway v. Famdale 188 

V. Munkittrick 101 1 

Ridgway v. Hungerford Market Co 2286 

V.Ward 742 

Ridler, i?« 1621 



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Page 

Ridler o. Ridler 816 

Ridley. /e« 1462,1746 

Ridsdale v. Clifton 175, 716, 1017. 1285, 

2184, 2205 

Riel r. The Queen 1289 

Riga, The 1251 

Rigbj V. Connol 2082 

p. G. W. Ry 621, 674 

p.Okell 417 

Rlgden v, VAlUer .... 559, 638, 1023 

Right p. Creber 865 

P.Day 1848 

Right d. Phillips v. Smith . . . 1459 

Rigley, Re 318 

Riley p. Read 591 

p. Warden 121. 2205 

Riley to Streatfleld 94 

Rimington v. Cannon 549 

p. Hartley 842 

Rimmer v. Brereton 926 

Ringer v.Cann . 824,1362,1.367,1470 

Ringwood v, Lowndes 2199 

Rio Flour Mills and De Morgan, i2e 1950 

Ripley, He 699 

p. Scaife 615 

Ripon City, The 537 

Rippen v. Priest 1228, 1818 

Rippin p. Baatin 811 

Risdale p. Clifton . . 1358, 1512, 1878 

Rishton p. Grissell 1266 

p. Haslingden . . 1721, 1793, 1949 

p. Lane. & y. Ry . . . . 18 

Risk Allah Bey p. Johnstone . . 785 

Ritch p. Sanders 1053 

Ritchie p. Larsen 45 

Riyer Derwent. The . . . 441, 2110 

Rirer Steamer Co, Re 2260 

Rirers p. Adams 970 

Riret^Camac, Re 951, 1055, 2028, 2064 

Ririere, Re 57 

Rizsom p. Pritchard 858 

Roberts. Re . . 171, 1289, 1472, 1673 

, Re, Ex p. mil 1713 

, Re, Evans p. Roberta ... 186 

, Re, Ki£E p. Roberta ... 68. 1582 

, Re, Tarleton p. Bruton . . 1859 

p. Aulton 559 

p. Ball 2107 

p. Bignell 574 

p. Brett 755 

p. Cooper 635 

p. Darey 2193 

p. Edwards 862 

— :- p. Egerton 44, 837 

p. Gwyrfai 976 

p. Humphreys 2092 

p. Hunt 877 

p. Jones 472, 817, 1476 

p. Karr 11 

p. Kuffln 204. 823 

^— p. Lucas 190 

p. Orchard 758,1628 

p. Page 1568 

p. Perciyal i;{23 

P.Phillips .... 146,147.1960 

P.Roberta 1917,2102 

p. Sampson 2273 

p. Slieffleld 1252 



Page 

Roberta p. Tregaskis 1214 

p. Watkins 285 

p. Williams 1489 

p. Woodward 1723 

Robertaon, Re 192. 1544 

p. Broadbent 1918 

p. Clarke 596 

P.Day 1925 

p. Ewer 901 

p. Eraser 1413 

V. Harris .... 1200, 1625, 2279 

p. Hartopp 1088, 1976 

P.Jackson 2109 

p. Johnson 795, 2007 

p. Norris 2107 

P.Powell 2238 

p. Richardson 66 

V. Robertaon 1331 

p. Sheward 1153 

Robey p. Arnold 1690 

p. Snaefell Co 2257 

Robins, Re 821 

p. Rose 164 

Robinson, Re . 10, 619, 1206, 1585, 1909 

p. Ashton . . 1578 

p. Barton .... 1271, 1947, 1948 

p. Briggs 1814 

P.Caldwell 828 

p Canadian Pacific Ry . . 191 

p. Cliff 742 

V, Curry 59 

p. Dand 89 

p. Dhuleep Singh . . . 738, 2215 

p. Eyans 1082 

p. G. W. Ry .... 1393, 1666 

p. Hawksford 1664 

0. Heuer 266 

p. Jenkins 824. 1219 

p. KiWert 1440,1640 

p. Restell 876 

p. Robinson . . . 141, 1661, 1825 

p. Shepherd 1451 

p. Smith 1082, 1581 

p. Sunderland 99, 1974 

p. Sykes 1013 

p. Thompson 1422 

p. Trevor 19-33 

p. Vale 202 

p. Waddelow 694 

p. Wflddington .... 54, 2257 

p. Wall 2261 

p. Webb 864, 1583 

p. Wlieel Wright 1869 

Robinson Gold-Mining Co v. Alli- 
ance Assrce 1822 

Robinson's Patent 1603 

Robson, Re . . 384, 518, 824, 1071, 1125. 

1237, 1999 

p. Ues 428 

p. Owners of "Kate" ... 458 

P.Smith 736,1230 

Rochdale Canal Co p. Brewster . 659 
Rochdale and Haslingden, Re . . 41 

Roche, Re 2129 

p. Cork Ry . . . 1126, 1130, 1819 

p. Roche 1686 

Rochefoucauld p. Boustead . . . 1154 
Rochford p. Hack man ..... 145 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Rochfort V. Atherley 59 

— V, Fitzmaurice 122 

w. Rynd 1629 

Kock V. Lazarus 1240 

V. Seaton 2202 

Rock Portland Cement Co v. Wilson 010 

Rocke, £:x»., /^eHall 1816 

Rockett V. Chippingdale .... 1988 
Roddam v. Morley .... 292, 1420 
Roddick v. Indemnity Insrce 637, 887, 

901, 2180 
Roddy i;. Fitzgerald 861, 1011, 1012 

RodtMi V. Eyton 2003 

V, London Small Arms Co . 869 

Roderick v. Aston 2052 

Rodger v. Harrison 136, 403 

Rodgers v. Richards . . . 1963, 2175 

Rodick V. Gandeli 1376 

Rodney, The 1152 

Rodocanachi v. ElUott . 117, 612, 1744, 

1746, 1768 

i;. Milbarn 773 

Rodriques v. Melhuish 1561 

Roe V. Avis 861 

V. Bradshaw 186 

V. Harrison 129 

V. Quartley 1759 

». Sales 2119 

i;. Siddons . 11, 110, 867, 878, 1768, 

2226 
Roe d. Berkeley v. York . . 940, 1624 

d. Connolly v. Vernon . . . 409 

d. Hale v. Wegg 1166 

d. Helling v. Yeud .... 1683 

d. Pen warden v. Gilbert . . 2086 

Roebuck, The 677 

Roelandts v. Harrison 718 

RofiEey v. Bent 1460, 1971 

Rogers, Ex p 768 

, Re nil, 1471, 1660 

, /2c, J?x p. Challinor . . 2102,2103 

i;. Benstead 1088 

V. British Ship Owners' Assn 910 

t;. Davis 2148 

t\ Driver 1859 

V. Drury 355 

V. Gravat 2264 

V. Harvey 2028 

V. Hosegood 2, 590, 735, 896, 1198, 

1338, 1555 

V. Hull 1056 

V. Hull Dock Co . . . 1223, 1891 

V, James 1891 

V. Macnamara 488 

V. Manchester Packing Co 197, 2212 

V, Rice 1664 

V. Rogers . . 23, 836, 867, 1171 

V. Thomas . . . 970, 1216, 1705 

Rohl V. Parr 2187 

Rokeby v. Elliot 2261 

Roles V. Rose well 1175 

Rolfe V. Hyde 1884 

V. Learmouth 263 

V.Perry 2239,2250 

V. Rolfe 266 

V. Thompson .... 1788, 1790 

Rolland v. Cassidy 78 

Rollason, Re , . . . 1269, 1430, 1815 



Rollev.Whyte 780,1046 

RoUes u, NeweU . . . 1245, 2040, 2266 

Rolls o. Isaacs 1663 

V. Miller ... 236, 237, 590, 1566 

r. Rolls 481 

V. St. George, Southwark . . 2181 

Rolpfa, ^xp 139 

,ij:x p., i2c Spindler .... 2103 

Roltv. Bulmer 605 

Romance, The . . . 140,2074,2123 

Romer, Re 190, 1436 

Ronaldson v. La Touche . . . . 1641 

Rook V. Hopley 2278 

Rooke's Case 542 

Rooke V. Czamikow 817 

V. Kensington 924 

Rooney v. Palmer 1577 

Rooper v. Harrison 880 

Roose, Re, Evans v. Williamson 702 

V. Perry 1625 

Rootes, Re 862 

Rooth ». N. E. Ry 1667 

Roper, Re . , , 710, 1826, 2000, 2202 

, Re, Ex p. Bolland .... 2103 

V. Greenwood 15 

r. Knott 2248 

V. Roper 806 

Roper-Curzon v. Roper-Cuizon . . 47 

Rosalie, The 2123 

Roscoe v. Boden 458 

Rose V. Bartlett 1052 

V. Coll. of Physicians ... 97 

V. Frogley 863 

I'. Groves 1912 

V. Hill 666 

V. Rose 866, 367, 862 

1;. Sims 1236 

V. Watson 786, 1728 

Rosenbaum v. Belson . 1667, 1781, 1823 

Rosenberg v. Cook 1985 

Rosenthal, Ex p., Re Dickinson ] 38, 

2136 

Rosenthal!, i2« 1796 

Rosevear Co, Ex p.. Re Cock . . 682 
Rosewame v. Billing .... 797, 798 

Rosewel's Case 122 

Ross, Re 184, 527, 597, 598, 1278, 1408 

V. Army & Navy Hotel Co . 469 

V. Borer 90 

V. Bradshaw 866 

t;. Buxton 1686 

V. Charity Commrs .... 680 

V.Hill 348,1778 

V. Morris \ 63 

1;. Price 1374 

V. Ross 1013, 1401 

V. Smith 921, 1346 

p. Taylerson 59 

RoBse V, Wainman , . 757, 1201, 1202 

Rossiter, A'e 668 

V. Miller .... 1589, 1957, 1968 

Rotch V. Edie 1448 

Roth, Re 1240, 1623 

Rotheram v. Rotheram .... 1012 
Rotherflelds S. S. Co v. Tweedy . 186 
Rothes V. Kirkcaldy W. W. Co 800, 392 

736 
Rothscliild V. Corney 1383 



TABLE OF CASES. 



CZIX 



Pag« 
Rothschild v. Roy. Mail Steam 
Packet Co .... 460,1483,1767 

Rouch V. Hall 1790 

Rougemont, The 1640 

Rottghton V. Gibson 820 

lioaUton, Re 181 

Round wood Colliery Co, Re . 160, 1263 

Roarke v. Short 798, 2068 

Rouse's Case 1978 

Routledge v. Low 726 

Row V. Dawson 1376 

Rowclifife V. Leigh 20 

Rowe, /J« .... 87, 674, 1016. 1971 

V, Gray 820 

V. Hopwood 412 

i^. Shilson 2227 

Rowell v. Inl. Rer. . . .79,1106,1220 

V. Rowell 1826 

Rowland v. Michell 664 

V. Pritchard 2028 

Rowlands v. Miller 46 

Rowlatt V. Easton 879 

Rowlls V. Bebb . 447, 1623, 1667, 1668 

Roy V. Beaufort 1106 

Roval Agricultural Socy i;. St. 

George, Hanover Square . . . 1800 

Royal Aquarium v. Parkinson . 43, 424, 

669, 1030, 2097 

Royal Arch, The 1099 

Royal Bank of ScoUand v Totten- 
ham 801 

Royal Bristol Bg Socy v. Bomash . 1614 
Royal Coll. of Music v, Westmin- 
ster 661,1799 

Royal Coll. of Physicians v. Gen. 

Med. Council 1184, 1479 

Royal CoU. of Surgeons, Re 1083, 1799. 

1801 
Royal Coll. of Vet. Surgeons v. 

Groves 1633,2186 

V. Robinson 1633 

Royal Ex. Assrce v. M*Swiney . 1670 

r. Tod 1340, 1896, 1895 

Royal Ex. Co v. Dixon . . 1019, 2117 
Royal Insrce v. Watson .... 267 
Royal Mail Steam Packet Co v, 

Braham 1464 

Royal Mar. Hotel Co, Re . , . 1839 
lioyal National Lifeboat Inst. v. 

London & N. W. Ry 1981 

Royal Socy & Thompson, Re . , 297 

Royce v. Charlton 2016 

Royle, Re 621 

V. Harris 739. 1844 

Royse v, Birley . 881, 1047, 1643, 1614, 

2120 
Rnabon S. S. Co v. London Assrce 162. 

896 

Rubbins. Re 1999 

Rubery v. Grant 1767 

Ruby, The 1807 

Ruck V. Williams 736 

Ruckmaboye v. Lulloobhoy Motti- 

chund 189 

RudaU V. Nichols 1166 

Ruddy, i26 138 

Rudge V, Barker 1862 

V. Winnall 1109 



Fug* 

Ruffle. fJxp 886 

Rugby Trustees v. Merry weather . 877 
Rumball t\ Metrop Bunk .... 1802 

V. Munt 177 

V. Murray 1441 

RumboU V. Nunnery Colliery Co . 1831 
Rumney and Smith, Re ... . 132 

Rundle v. Hearle 1665 

Rush. Re 498. 1326 

Rushbrook v. Hood 791 

RusseU. Re . . . 10, 852. 8G2, 863, 937 

». Babor 1655 

V. Conibefort .... 264, 1734 

V. Griffith 768 

V. Kellett 1359, 2239 

». Ledsam 1308, 1691 

V. Ligon 1092 

». Nicolopulo 1728 

V. Niemann . . . 621, 1362, 1638 

r. Phillips 1709 

r. Queen. The. . . . 317,1438 

V. Russell 443, 614. 616, 918, 1176. 

1976, 1977 

V. Sa Da Bandeira .... 678 

V. Shenton 1387, 1890 

V. Smith .... 673. 1485, 1486 

V. Town & County Bk . 591. 1572 

Russell Institution, Re . . . 1022, 1094 

V. St. Giles & St. Georjje. 

Bloorasbury 1799,2200 

Russell and Erwin Co v. Lodge 431, 1944 

Russian Spratts', Re 1581 

Rust t;. Kennedy 1209 

Ruston V. Tobin 1342 

Rutlien, Re 1814 

Ruther v. Harris 2148 

Rutland, i2e 95 

w. Doe 387.2285 

Rutland. The 216,2083 

R utter V. Chapman 970 

17. Everett 376 

r. Harris 2148 

V. Norton 1670 

V. Tregent 1490 

Ruys V. Royal Ex. Assrce . . . 2073 
Ryall u. Bowles 299, 309, 812, 821, 824. 

1518 
Ryalls V. The Queen 58, 708, 1208, 1222, 

1457 

Ryan, Tie 1460 

Ryan and O'Brien, Re 62 

Ryde Commrs, Re 2247 

Ryder, 726 101,797 

Rye v. Payne 1301 

0. Rye 1969 

Ryhope Co v. Foyer 89, 1839, 1919, 1965. 

2079 

Ryland v. Delisle 1306 

Ry lands v. Reardon 194 

Rylatt 17. Marfleet 2150 

Rymer v. Mcllroy 865 



Sjibebton v. Skeels 1081 

Saccliarin Corp v. Anglo Conti- 
nental Co 1962 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 
Saccharin Corp v. Heitmeyer . . 600 

SacheTerell v. Porter 347 

Sachs V. Spielman 267 

Sacker, i2e 433 

Sack ville- West v. Holmesdale 412, 421, 

665, 2067 

Sadd V. Maldon Ky 881 

Sadler, Re, Ex p. Norris .... 93 

V. Johnson 1699 

V. Rickards 484 

Sadlers' Case 1682 

SafEery, J?x p., iZc Brenner . . . 1616 

V, Mayer 798, 935 

Saffron Walden v. Rayner . . . 1904 
Sailing Ship "Garston" Co v. 

Hickie 718,1508 

St. Alban's r. Battersby .... 173 

- — V. Beauclerk 1412 

V. Skipwith 82 

St. Alphage, London Wall. Re . 766, 970, 

2184 
St. Andrew's Hospital v. Shear- 
smith 1672 

St. Asaph V. Llanrhaiadr-ya-Moch- 

nant 1253 

St. Aubyn v. St. Aubyn ... 522, 733 
St Botolpli Vicar v. Parishioners . 226 
St. Botolph Without, /?e . . . . 297 
St. Catherine's Co v. The Queen . 639 
St. Cross Hosp. v. Howard de Wal- 
den 234 

St. Kdmund, Re 2184 

St. Gabriel v. Les SoBurs de la Con- 

gr<^gation 1753 

St. George, Hanover Sq. v. Sparrow 227 
St. George's V. Ballard .... 1272 
St. Germains v. Willan . . 1070, 2032 
St. Giles, Camberwell v. Crystal 

Palace Co 1273 

t;. London Cemetery Co . . 1388 

St Helen's v. Kirkham 1389 

St Helen's Smelting Co v. Tipping 399 
St Helen's Tramway Co v. Wood 895, 

1465 
St. James', Clerkenwell v. Feary . 1976 
St. James the Less, Bethnal Green, 

Re 624 

St. John V. Boughton 24 

V. Central Vermont Ry . 2010, 21 73 

St. John, Hampstead v. Cotton 1272, 1949 

u. Hoopel . . . 1272,1431,1949 

St John, Pendlebury, Re . 1729, 2099 
St John the Baptist, Timberhill. Re 1769 
St John Baptist College, A'jr p. . 270 
St John Street Chapel, Re . . 271, 020 
St Lawrence, Ramsgate v. Kent 

Jus 1827 

St. Leger w. Magniac 1339 

St. Leonard, Shoreditch v. Franklin 1404 

V. London Co. Co 2271 

». Phelan 1849 

St. Leonard's Trustees v. Charity 

Commrs 506, 760, 086 

St. Louis Breweries v. Apthorpe . 265 
St Luke, Middlesex, Re , , . . 9 

St. Margaret's v. Hoskins .... 181 
St Margaret's, Rochester v. 
Thompson 1850 



Page 

St Marks, /?«.... 1358, 1729, ia31 

St. Martin's v. Gordon 1092 

St. Martin's, Birmingham Rector, 

Exp 1717 

St Martin's-in-the-Fields v. Bird 448, 573, 

1838, 1849 
St Mary, Battersea v. County of 

London, &c, Co 2182 

— V. Palmer 1272 

St Mary, Islington v. Barrett 1272, 1947. 

1950 

V. Cobbett 894, 1388 

V, Goodman 1874 

St Nicholas Aeons 297 

St Nicholas, Deptford v. Sketchlev 177, 

1506.1858 
St Olave's p. Canterbury . . 1429,2032 
St Pancras v, Clapham .... 104 

V. Norwich 807 

St Paul V. St Paul 367 

St. Roch V. Quebec Seminary . . 1753 
St Saviour v. Burbridge .... 906 

St Stephen, i?e ........ 297 

St. Thomas's Hosp. v. Charing Cross 

Ry 896 

V. Lambeth 1602 

Sainter v. Ferguson . . . . 1105,1106 

Salaman, Exp 176, 1650 

V. Warner 715, 717 

Sale V. Lambert 1589 

V. Moore 1531, 1533 

U.Phillips 1390 

Sale Hotel Co, /?e .... 1217,1811 
Salford v. Lancashire Co. Co. . . 268 

Salisbury v. Petty 1346 

». Ray 471 

Salisbury Co v. Ha thorn .... 874 

Salkeld v. Johnston 1212 

Salm-Kyrburg V. Pomansky . . . 1741 
Salmon, Re, Priest v. Uppleby . . 535 
Salmon and Woods, Re, Exp. Gould 111, 

1868 
Salomon, Re . . . 201, 255, 363, 992 
Salomon and Naudszus, Re . . , 563 

Salomons v. Miller 1795 

Saloway v, Strawbridge . . . 182, 134 

Salt, i?e 699 

V. Cooper 1446 

V. Northampton 1227 

Salt Union 0. Harvey . . . 1948,2182 

V. N. Staffordshire Ry . . . 1879 

V. North wich Bd 1533 

W.Wood 1805 

Salter v. Cavanagh 674 

Saltmarsh v. Barrett 2147 

Salton V. New Beeston Co 282, 1662, 2288, 

2285 

Saltoun V. Pitsligo 815 

Salusbury w. Denton . .620,759,1859 
Salvin v. N. Brancepeth Co . 671, 1800 

Samboume t7. Barry 2050 

Sampayo u. Gould v 1^^^ 

Sampson, Re 750 

Sampson and Wall, Re . 388, 1845, 1546. 

2145 

Samuda v. Lousada 1550 

Samuel v. Samuel 164 

San Francisco v. Steam Nav. Co . 830 



TABLE OF CASES. 



CXXl 



San Paolo R7 V. Carter . 115.206.746, 

1732. 2078 

San Roman, The 1638, 1740 

Sandbach School Re 1402 

Sandbach and Edmondson. Re . . 865 

Sandeman v. Rush ton 1714 

V. Scurr 882 

Sanders, /?« . . 160.1340,1586,2137 
— , Re, Ex p. Sergeant .... 1 

, Re, Ex p, Wliinney .... 716 

V, Ashford 907 

V.Jenkins 118,1852 

V, Kiddell 322 

Sanders-Clark v, Grosrenor M Co 1208, 
1200, 1300. 1672 

Sanderson. iZe 338.2286 

V. Bailey 429, 728 

V. Berwick-upon-Tweed 1440, 1640, 

2228 

V. British Westralian Corp . 1506 

V. Cockermouth Ry . . 1252, 1255 

Sandes v, Cooke 1011 

Sandford V. Seal 1210 

w. Irby 1586 

Sandgate v, Keene 550 

». Kent Co. Co 86 

V. Pledge 1974 

Sandilands,/2e 1806 

Sandiman v. Breach 262, 1359, 1860, 1368 

Sandon v. Jervis 117 

Sandys v. Markhara .... 739, 1585 

». Small 1535,1536 

Saner r. Bilton 818, 962, 1362, 1719, 1720 
SaniUry Carbon Co, Re . . . . 1185 

Sanitas Co, Re 697 

Sangster v. Cave 263 

V, Cochrane 1938 

V. Kay 268 

Sanguinetti v, Stuckey's Bank . . 2198 

Sankey,/?« 368,1738 

Sankey Book Co, i2e 1584 

Sansom v. Sansom 473 

Sanson, Re 9, 1530, 1531 

Snnspareil, The 1911 

Sane V. Sant 968 

Santley w. Wilde 1227 

SanTille 9. Inl. Rev 1844 

Sara, The 537 

Saracen, The 1099 

Sargeant,/2s 1818 

Sargent, Ex p.. Re Tahiti Cotton 

Co 987 

, Re 694, 695 

i». Reed 260 

StLT\,Re 2102 

Sarson v. Roberts ia39 

Sartoris, /?e 1971,2274 

SaUnita, The 69, 459 

Saatnarez 0. Sanmsrez . . . 1548, 2087 

Saunders' Case 2255 

Saunders, -fforp 1255,1348 

,Re 1161,1267,2187 

, Re, Ex p. Treheme . . . . 1666 

V. Baring 1916 

r. Edwards 2264 

V. Holbom 1693 

V. Jones 1317 

— p. Milsome 1915 



Page 

Saunders v. Pitfield 1815 

V. Saunders 70, 1912 

i;. Searson 2047 

V. S. E. Ry 1439 

w. Thomey 1342 

V. White 836 

w. Wiel .... 1269,1318,1819 

Saunders-Davies, Re . . , 1412, 1748 
Saunderson v. Bailey .... 429, 728 

V, Dobson 644 

V. Jackson 1882 

Savage, Re 690 

V. Carroll 2288 

Savery v. Endeld .... 288, 1071 

V. Lister 1286 

Savile v. Jardine 300 

Savill V. Langman 1140 

Saville, /?« 1702 

Sarin v. Oswestry 679 

Savory, Re 1881 

Savoy u. Art Union . 1799,1800,2199, 

2200 

Savoy Hotel Co v. London Co. Co. 566, 

945, 1873, 1874 

Sawyer v. Paddington 1949 

r. Sawyer 215 

Sax. /?« 268,281 

Saxlehner i*. Apollinaris Co . 248, 2082 
Saxon S. S. Co v. Union S. S. Co . 834, 

836, 1953 

Saxton t;. Bartley 820 

V. Saxton 852, 1296 

Say 1;. Creed 1278 

Sayer v. Bradley 1147, 1278 

V. Dufaur 644 

Sayers v. Boys 1278 

Scadding v. Eyles .... 907, 1991 

V. St. Pancras 1002 

Scaife v. Farrant 348 

Scale V. Rawlins 1076 

Scales 17. Lawrence 1720 

P.Pickering 362,740 

Scarborough, Re 610 

V. Scarborough 468 

Scarf u. Jardine 1295 

Scarfe v. Morgan .... 741, 1354 
Scarlet v. Lucton School . . . . 1511 
Scarsdale v. Curzon . . 34, 863, 866, 1896 

Scatchard v. Johnson 577 

Scattergood i;. Sylvester .... 1744 
Sceberras Trigona t;. Sceberras 

D'Aniico 1146 

Schauer ». Field 1761 

Scheibler v. Gilclirest 882 

Schilizzi v. Derry 1247 

Schirges r. Schirges 760 

Schletter v. Cohen 1492 

Schloss V. Stiebel 2241 

Schmidt v. Royal Mail Steam Sliip 

Co 657,721 

Schmitz, J?x p. 716 

Schneider v. Heath 704 

V. Norris 1882 

Schofield, Ex p 438 

V. Hincks 1866 

Scholefield v. Redfem 281 

Scholes V. Brook 2176 

0. Hargreaves . . 417,1088,1198 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Scholey v. Peck 1686 

f. Walton 23 

Scholfield V. Londetborough 12, 98, 1015, 

llt>9 

V. Spooner 1828 

Schomberg, ^xp 176,267 

Schove V. Sdimincke . ^ . . . 205 

Schreiber v. Dinkel 816 

Schroeder v. Central Bank ... 9 

Schwan, The 554,962 

Schwartz v. Locket 508 

Schweder, /?e 886,912 

Schwerzerbof t7. Wilkins . . 2118,2151 

Scio. The 1519 

Scobie V, Colling 148, 193 

Scotland Free Church v. Bain 848, 2078 
Scotney v. Lomer .... 183,2234 
Scott,i:xw., /fe Hawke .... 114 

, Re 365, 1291 

U.Alvarez . . 156,366,508,1008 

V, Baring 203 

V. Best 994 

V. Bourdillion 410 

V. Brown 1757 

V. Brownrigg 1210 

V, Carritt 1068 

V. Clifton School Bd . . . . 1826 

V. Cousins 222 

V. Gillmore 1923 

i;. Glasgow 1439 

V. Hastings , 60 

V. Jackman ' 1062 

v. Key 1141 

V. Liverpool 857 

V. Mid. Ry 1636 

t;. Moore 579 

V. Morley 1028 

V. North 222 

V. Pape 13,2046 

V.Parker 2145 

V. St. Martin-in-the-Fields 1799, 1800 

V, Scott 444, 1279 

V. Sebright 684 

V, Sliepherd 2097 

u. Uxbridge Ry 2118 

V. Washington 1488 

V. Wilson 2256 

Scott's Co u. N. Wheeleries Co . . 1684 
Scottish Equitable Assrce v. Beatty 317 

V. Inl. Rev 404 

Scottish Mtge. Co of New Mexico 

V. McKelvie 1679 

Scottish North Eastern Ry v. Stew- 
art 1178 

Scottish Petroleum Co, lie . . . 345 
Scottish Widows Fund v. Craig . . 1537 

Scovell V. Bevan 48 

V. Gardiner 292 

Scowcroft, Re 83, 377 

Scratton v. Brown 728, 1894, 1805, 1875 

Scripps 17. Reilly 840 

Scrivener v. Pask 1635 

Scully r. Scully 1963 

Sculthorpe v. Tipper 899 

Scurfield v. Howes .... 606, 2000 
Sea Insrce v. Blogg .... 1779, 1780 

1;. Carr 841 

V. Gavin 1609 



Sea Queen, The 330 

Seagrove v. Parks 623 

Seal. Re 1812 

i;. Claridge 147,2263 

o. Merthyr Tydfil 572 

Seale v. Seale 1347 

Seaie-Hayne v. JodreU . . 429, 903, 1166, 

1241, 1265, 1700 

Sealey V. Stawell . . 1220,1713,1962 

Sealy, /?« 871 

Seaman, i?« 391,1619 

V. Burley 318, 437, 438 

». Lee 563 

Sear, Exp 1816 

V. House Property Co . 239, 2065, 

2189 

Searle, As 2024 

Searlea v. Scarlett 1604 

Seath V. Moore 1782 

Seaton v. Deerburst 471 

V, Heath 989, 2113 

V, Seaton 1345 

Seaton, The 1885 

Seaward v. Drew 853 

». Paterson 64, 329 

Sebag V. Abitbol 1061 

Sebright, Re 943 

Seccombe v. Edwards 1349 

Second East Dulwich Bg Socy. Re 1678 
Second Edinburgh Socy r. Aitken 1883 
Securities & Properties Corp v. 

Brighton Alharobra 1787 

Seear v. Lawson 1583 

Seed t;. Bradley 1143,1918 

Selby V. Banlons 464, 465 

V. Crystal Palace Gas Co . . 1613 

Self V, Hove 572 

Seligman v. Le Boutillier .... 631 

Seller v. Seller 366 

Sellwood V. Mount . . 956, 1318, 1669 

Selwood, /i« 1291 

Selwyn v. Garfit 2208, 2200 

Sempler.Pink ; 748 

Sen Sen Co v. Brit tens 1694 

Senhouse v. Christian . . . 2052, 2225 

t;. Harris 1649 

Ser£F v. Acton 2224 

Sergeant, 7?c 2136,2137 

Seijeant, A>;7., /?e Sanders . . . 1 

W.Dale 1128 

Serle, i2c 1293 

V. St. Eloy 1966 

Seroka v, Eattenburgh 1267 

Serraino v. Campbell . . 161, 366, 1362 

Servia, The 678, 1561 

Seton V. Lafone 1598 

Seton-Smith, Re 898, 899 

Sevenoaks and T. & M. Ry v. Lond. 

C.& Dover Ry 1138,1189 

Severin o. Leicester 1286 

Severn v. The Queen 316 

Severn and Gierke's Case .... 429 

Severn, &c, Ry, /?« 471 

Severne to Bird 638 

Seward v. The Vera Cruz ... 466 

Sewell V. Bishopp 2037 

V. Burdick 1422, 2041 

V. Taylor 1484 



TABLE OF CASES. 



CXXIU 



Page 

Seymour v. Bridge 798 

V, Butterworth 1607 

i;. Lucas 868,1851 

Seyton, i& 184 

Shackell v. Cliorlton 46 

Shaffers v. General Steam Naviga- 
tion Co 1158,1986 

Sliaftesbury v. Marlborough . . . 1099 

V. WalUce 1202, 1203 

Shafto, Re 1068 

V. Butler 991 

Shaf toe's Charity. Re . , . 535, 2184 
SUakespear, Re, Deakin v, Lakin . 1827 

Shakle v. Baker 827 

Shamrock S. S. Co v. Storey . 1862, 2162 

Shand v, Bowes 1871 

17. Kidd 1348 

V. Sanderson 2261 

Shanghai Corp v. McMurray . 74, 676 
Sbardlow v. Cotterill . 1289, 1590, 1624, 

2041 
Sharland, /2s . 9,105,1230,1832,1914 

Sharman, /2e 299,2037 

V. Mason 981, 1619 

V. Sanders 121 

Sh^rp, Exp 1515 

, Re, Rickett v. Sharp . . . 1603 

V. Birch 147 

p. Cosserat 358,2143 

u. Gibbs 518, 1780 

V, Grey 348 

0, Jackson 1, 2189 

f. Lush . . 665, 2a36, 2037, 2088 

p. McHenry . . . 894, 718, 2101 

V. Milligan 2157 

V. St. Sauveur 50, 1059 

V. Sharp ... 30, 606, 1759, 1998 

Sbarpe, Re 1928 

ff. Dawes 1185 

r. Wakefield . . 543,1081,1468 

Shattock V. Garden .... 1089, 1302 

SluLW,Exp 1816 

, Re 804, 644, 1974 

V. Benson 235 

17. Bull 1888 

r. Bunny 1620 

p. Gait 768 

V. Gould 1067 

p. G. W. Ry . ... . 1126, 1259 

p. Hertfordshire Co. Co. . . 1028 

p. Johnson 1794 

p. Kay 845 

p. Keighron 2279 

p. King 1068 

p. Lawless 1531 

p. Morley 1825,1487 

p. Neale 1773 

p. Port Philip Co 285 

p. Poynter 1158 

p. Reckitt 1689 

p. Robberds 75 

p. Rowley 249 

p. Simmons 753 

P.Smith 93,1344,1417 

p. Standish 1621 

p. Stenton 1440 

p. VVooils .... 106, 179. 620 

8haw and Ronaldson, Re 1010, 1 172, 1254 



Sheard v. Learoyd 20 

Sliearman v, Kelly 62 

Shears p. Goddard 891 

p. Rogers 982 

Sheba Gold Co p. Trubshawe . . 1107 

Shee p. Hale 2088 

Sheehey r. Cokley 2238 

Sheehy p. Muskerry . . . 1072,2049 

Sheen p. Rickie 733 

Sheffield p. Alexander 2189 

p. Anderson .... 108, 989, 2139 

p. Bradfield 1912 

p. Fulham 1949 

V. Kennett 1074 

p. London Joint Stock Bk . . 1261 

Sheffield Bg Socy p. Aizlewood . 1661 

V. Harrison 1469 

Sheffield Waggon Co v. Stratton . 1072 
Sheffield W. W. Co v. Bennett . . 1711 

V. Sheffield Corp 1974 

Shell, Ex p., Re Lonergan . . . 1684 
Shelboume p. Law Investment 

Corp 458 

p. Oliver 1004, 2052 

Sheldon v. Flatcher 1489 

V. Sheldon 1655 

Shelfer p. City of London Electric 

Co 1801, 1692 

Shelford p. Louth Ry 1372 

Shelley's Case 664,859 

Shelley p. Betbell 1039 

p. Bryer 1268 

p. Shelley 866 

Shelmer, Re 1215 

Shelton v. Braithwaite 545 

Shenstone u. Hilton 240, 499, 548, 1189, 

1465 
Shepheard, /?s . . . 603,1841,1966 

Shepherd p. Berger 2235 

p. Conquest 149 

p. Henderson 919 

p. HUls 380, 726, 1915 

p. Kain 708 

p. Keatley 1007 

V. Kottgen 804, 1520 

V. Londonderry . . . 879, 1768 

V. Mackoul 1250 

p. Nottige 1530 

Shepherdess. Tlie 175-3 

Sheppard, Ex p., Re Parker ... 214 

, Re . 182, 634, 662, 1851, 1860. 1918 

P.Bennett 1660,1777 

p. Bradford 181 

p. Duke 1077 

p. Gibbons 1846 

V. Gilmore 991 

p. Union Bank 1006 

Sherborn v. Wells 1125 

Sheridan, Re 2020 

p. Mid. G. W. Ry . 496. 976, 1310. 

1666 

p. O'Reilly . . . 608,1706,1716 

Sherrard p. Gascoigne . . . 559, 1315 

p. Harborough 1994 

Sherras p. De Rutzen . . . 1045, 1046 

Sherratt p. Mountford 1264 

Sherwin r. Shaksi>ear 94 

Sherwood p. Ray 1446 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Sheward, /?c 1376 

SliieU. Sunderland .... 156,1268 

Shield V. Wilkins 1247 

Shields V. Howard 274 

w. Rait 689 

ShielB r. G. N. Ry 263,689 

Shilling V. Accidental Insrce . 731, 1309 

Shillitoe v. Claridge 1907 

Sliilson, Ex p., Re Cock . 488, 993. 1339 

Sliimmin v, iBellew 1610 

Shine, Re 936, 947 

Shipley t;. Marshall 206 

Shippey v. Grey 1290 

Sliipton V. Thornton 906 

Shirley. Re 716 

V. Ferrers 1078 

Shoolbred v. Baker 1260 

P.Roberts 796,1472 

t;. St. Pancras Jus 1748 

Shoosmith, i26 1911 

Shore r. Weekly 561 

V. Wilson 815 

Shorland, ^xp 402 

Shorthorn Dairy Co v. Hall ... 266 

Sliortridge, /e6 2146 

Shortt V. Robinson 789 

V. Smith 738 

Shotts Co V. Deas 2274 

Slioubridge v. Clark 1483 

Shovelton v. Shovelton .... 1630 

Showell V. Skittreli 879 

Showers t;. Chelmsford Assessment 

Committee 1601, 1612 

Shrapnel v. Laing 650 

Shrewsbury Case 190 

Shrimpton v. Shrimpton .... 2234 

Shubrick v. Salmon 1667 

Shubrook v, Tufnell . . . 717, 1001 
Siiurmur v. Sedgwick . . . 816, 1621 

Shuttleworth, jBr p 1111 

, Re 1863 

V. Cocker 911 

r. Le Fleming .... 635, 1761 

V. Murray 682 

Sibery, Re 695 

Sibley, /?« 69,1346,1860 

V. HIggs 926 

U.Perry . . 1013,1014,1401,1988 

Sibson V. Barcraig Co 368 

Si bun V. Pearce, &c, Bg Socy . . 1186 

Sickert v. Sickert 614 

Sifldall, /?e 263,798 

Siddell r. Vickers 1243 

Sidebotharo, Re 68 

V. Holland 778, 1381 

Sidebottom v. Sidebottom . . . 125 

Sidgreaves v. Brewer 68 

Sidney v. Wilmer 631 

Siegenberg v. Metrop District Ry . 896 

Sigler V. The State 1246 

Sigoumey v. Lloyd .... 1747, 2160 

Silberschildt v. Schott 744 

Silesia, The 684 

Siikstone Fall Colliery Co, Re 1740, 1920 

Sill V. The Queen 763 

Sillence, /?« 766 

Silver Bullion, The 1099 

Silrer Valley Mines, 226 . . . 611,622 



SiUester, Re 622, 1725 

Sirocoe v. Pethick .... 1839, 2109 
Simmonds v. Fulham . . . 1273, 1793 

V. Simmonds 734 

Simmons, Re 28 

r. Mailing 229, 1439 

r. MUlingen 768. 2188 

r. Norton 82, 647 

V.Simmons 1011 

r. Taylor 1169 

V. White 607, 608 

V. Woodward 88, 613 

Stmms V. Reg. of Probates . . . 649 

Simon v, Sedgwick 288, 811 

Simonds v. Hodgson 1238 

Simonin v. Mallac 1165 

Simons v. Farren ...... 1749 

». G. W. Ry .... 1666, 1667 

Simonsen, Re 1291 

Simpkin, Ex p 463 

Simpson v. Beard, Re Beard . . . 1861 

». Blues 465 

V. Brown 47 

V. Clayton 2166 

r. Dendy ... 109, 1226, 2047 

V. Denison 2070 

V. Frew 186 

V. Godmanchester . 241, 695, 939 

V. Hartopp 1616 

i;. Henderson 766 

w. Holliday 677,1349 

1;. Hughes 1968 

V, Lewthwaite .... 779, 2075 

V. Manley ... 432, 1620, 1697 

V. Margitson .... 1222, 1223 

r. Palace Theatre .... 1681 

V. Peach 2183 

V. Shaw 781 

V. Titterell 1596 

V. Westminster Palace Hotel 944, 

2162 

V. Yeend 1322 

Sims V. Landray 1882, 1883 

V. Trollope 618 

Simson, Re 107 

Sinclair v. Maritime Assrce ... 16 

u. Sinclair 1421 

V. Wilson 484 

Singer Co v. Lond & S. W. Ry . 683 
Singlehurst v. Tapscott S. S. Co . 1674 
Singleton v. Ellison .... 222, 223 

V. Tonilinson 604, 1788 

V. Williamson 273 

Sinnett v, Herbert 619 

SInnott V. Walsh 667, 694 

Sion College, Re, Ex p. Lond. Corp 2121 

V, London Corp 1371 

Siordet v. Hall 28 

Sir John Moore Co, Re .... 679 
Sitwell, Ex ;>., Re Drury Lowe . . 677 

V. Bernard 2284 

Six Sisters, The 1940 

Skeats, Re 101, 1369 

Skeeles v, Shearly 181 

Skegg, 7?e 2128 

Skelton, Re, Ex p. Coatea ... 763 

Skidmore i;. Bouchier 2068 

Skinner, Exp 1888 



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Page 

Skinner v. Eitch 2052 

p. Perry 2061 

V. Shew .... 318, 1873, 2051 

u. Usher .... 840, 1484. 1498 

17. Western Mar Insrce . . . 1916 

Skinners Co v. Knight . . . 785, 1665 
Skinningrove Co v. N. £. Rr . . 1173, 

2128 

Skipper v. Skipper 911 

Skipwith*8 Case 883 

Skipwith ». G. W. Ry 1126 

Sklrving v. Williams 1715 

Skittrell P. Showell 879 

Skottowe V. Young 1945 

Skrine v. Ehnore 1699 

Skuse V. Davis 1969 

Slack V. Sharpe 20 

Sladden v. De Lasaux 1267 

Slade. /?e 1370 

V. Fooks 1810 

V. Hawley 1217 

Sladen v. Sladen 858 

Slanning p. Style 808 

Slater, Be 292 

r. Dangerfield 1014 

r, Pinder 1816 

SUtterley p. Ball, /?« Ball . 1074,1075 
Slaughter r. Sunderland 227, 1268, 2209 
Sleech p. Thorington . . . 1211, 1303 
Sleeman p. Barrett . . . 121, 240, 2205 

Sleigh p. Tyser 1809 

Sligo 1911 

Slingsby's Cane 1024 

Slingsby p. Grainger .... 700, 788 

Slinn, Re 2036 

Sloroan p. New Zealand .... 411 

Slowman p. Dutton 2048 

Sly p. Blake, Re Johnson ... 1541 

Smaling, Re 185 

Small p. Gibson .... 140, 821, 1809 

V. National Pror. Bank . . 1829 

p. Smith 1136 

p. Torley 1989 

V. United Kingdom Insrce 168 

Smallcombe p. Olivier 164 

Smallwood p. Sheppards .... 867 
Smal wood p. Coventry .... 118 

Smart p. Clark 906 

P.Suva 876,2076 

p. Watts 1535 

Smelting Co p. Inl. Rev. 607, 1118, 1586, 

1587 

Smidt p. Tiden 124, 778 

Smith, Re 9, 174, 214, 241. 305. 854, 375, 
416, 419, 666. 710. 861, 94:^, 961, 1014, 
1270, 1296, 1582, 1680, 1726, 1860, 2049, 

2258 

, Re, Henderson-Roe p. Hitchins 938, 

1215, 1738 

, Re, Ex p. Mason .... 1316 

p. Accident Insrce . . 115, 1811 

p. Adkins 500,1886 

p. Anderson 162, 235. 236, 268, 353, 

485, 798, 1919 

P.Archibald 1617 

p. Baker 492» 2209 

p. Barneby 1081 

p. Barnett 2168 



Page 
Smith p. Barnham . . 1947,2222,2247 

p. Baxter 4, 86, 1002 

p. Birmingham 86, 88 

p. Blackham 432 

p. British Marine 1976 

p. Broadbent 1327 

p. Brown 391, 454, 455 

p. Buchan 432 

p. Butcher 862, 1066 

P.Butler . . . 1049,1656,1657 

p. Camelford 1788 

r. Campbell 1248 

p. Cator 1699 

p. Chandler 1210 

p. Cheese 810 

p. Coffin 2036 

p. Cooke 1747 

p. Cowell 1001 

p. Cranshaw 1591 

p. Critchfleld .... 662,1564 

p. Darlow 1417 

p. Dart .... 460, 1667, 1778 

p. Davies 716 

p. Dean 1677 

p. Deighton 1914 

p. Dimes 827 

p. Dudley 664 

p. Edge 1688 

p. Eldridge 2009 

p. Penning 941 

p. Gamlen 1499 

P.Gill 1172 

p. G. W. Ry 1064 

p. Gronow 164 

p. Hailey 1242 

p. Hall 72, 73 

p. Hancock 998, 999 

p. Harding 1470 

p. Hawthorn 828 

p. Hill 298 

p. Horsfall 1014 

p. Hudson 12 

p. Hunt 1316 

p. Hurrell 1110 

p. Jobson 307 

p. Johnson . . . 960, 1460, 1830 

p. Kemp 727, 728 

p. Kerr 296, 979, 2199 

p. Kerrane 2031 

p. Kirby 2174 

P.Kyle 1874 

p. Lambeth 658 

p. Lane. & Y. Ry 616 

p. Land, &c, Corp 517 

p. Lidiard 1264 

p. Llndo ........ 222 

p. Lloyd 549 

p. McAuley 1209 

p. M'Guire 1450 

p. Manchester 1081 

p. Marrable 1038,1122 

P.Martin 110,1193 

p. Mason 627, 882, 1609 

p. Matthews 1154 

p. Mercer 107 

p. Moore 2239 

p. Morgan 1814 

p. MuUer 564 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Smith V. Mnndj 812, 1436 

V. Myers 668 

V. Neale 1882 

». New York 1828 

V. Cakes 1021 

V. Osborne 19^9 

». Packhurst 2082 

r. Farkside Co 866 

V, Parsons 1641 

u.PendeU 1242 

V. Pepper 612 

w. Petrie 178 

r.Pjman .... 46,773,1728 

1;. Redding 1408 

r. Reynolds 1080,2268 

V, Richmond 63, 1163 

». Ridgway 110 

r. Robinson 293.2018 

V. Rosario Nitrate Co . 620, 1604 

V. Scott ... 660. 891. 1006, 22.36 

p. Seghill 2023 

V. Shepherd 2071 

v. Sieyeking .... 366,1486 

r. Smith. . 1641,1860,1986,2160 

17. Sparrow 1864,2273 

^— V. Standing 2 

». Stokes 686 

V. Surman 826 

u. Tebbitt 1702 

V. Thompson 288 

». Thome 6, 887 

V. Vertue 366 

f. Wallace 981, 2246 

V, Walton . . . 1197, 1241, 1488 

t;. Watts 1813 

W.Webb 1617 

V. Williams 2136 

1;. Wills 1178 

V. Wilson . 902, 1222, 1393. 1708, 

1918, 2061 

i;. Wood 246 

Smith and Nelson, Re . . . 1010, 1969 

Smith and Stott, /^e 1220 

Smither t;. Willock 1346 

Smithies V. Bridge .... 1199,1200 

Smithwick r. Hayden 1337 

Smokeless Powder Co, Re 37, 248, 664 
Smarthwaite v, Hflnnay .... 2041 

Smyth, Re 646 

V. Carter 2217 

U.Foley 1717 

V. Power 1014 

V. Queen, The 1692 

r. Smyth . . 67,604,1743,2049 

Smyth-Pigott ». Smyth-Pigott . . 1962 

Smythe v. Smythe 2217 

Snape v. Snape 1269 

Snark, The 3 

Sneath v. Valley Gold Co . . . 1212 
Sneesby v. Lane. & Y. Ry ... 16 
Snelgrove v. Ellringham Colliery 

Co 1901 

Snellgrore v. Baily 668 

Snclling 17. Huntingfleld .... 2282 
Sneyd, i2tf, £x^. Fewings . . . 2138 
Snow V. Boycott ....... 1101 

17. Hill 1487 

r. Poulden 2148 



Snow V. Teed 694, 696, 1279 

V. Whitehead 896 

Snowden v. Baynes 872 

Soames v. Lonergan 1288 

Soar 17. Ashwell 674,2106 

Sod^t^ O^n^rale de Paris v. Tram- 
ways Co 309 

17. Walker 486 

Socy for Prqwgation of Gospel v. 

Wheeler 66 

Socy of Writers to the Signet t;. 

Inl. Rev 1800,2200 

Sockett v.Wray 2261 

Soden v, Cray 2176 

Softlaw V. Welch 1028 

Solicitor, /7c A 1326,1734 

Solicitor- General v. Law Reyerslon- 

ary Socy 1966 

Solly 17. Whitmore 624 

Solomon v. Cropper 1148 

r. Graham 1363 

V. Mulliner 418 

Solomon and Meager. Re . . , , 602 

Soltau, i?« 1091 

Soltykoff, /?« 1260 

Somerset, iZ^ . . . 216,962,986,2176 

w. Cox 1292 

17. G. W. Ry 968 

17. Hart 1460, 1972 

17. Mere 260 

t7. Miller 766, 1626 

Somerset Commrs v. Bridgewater . 2222 

Somes, Re 188 

17. Martin 1141,1142 

17. Wade .... 677, 1880. 1972 

Sommersett's Case .... 1894,2191 
Sons of Clergy Corp i\ Skinner 620, 1414. 

1909 

V. Sutton 279. 620, 1414 

Soper u. Arnold 608 

17. Basingstoke 1891 

Sorensen t7. Keyser 676 

Sotheran v. Dening 1766 

Sooch 17. E. Lond. Ry . . . 877, 1947 

17. Strawbridge 1288 

Soulle 17. Gerrard 1848 

South Australian Insrce t7. Randell 169 

South Durham Co, Re 1668 

S. E. Ry.Axp 832 

— 17. European, &c, Telegraph Co 28, 

2116 

17. Ry Commrs 683, 1178, 1679, 1644, 

1648 
South Hetton Co v. Haswell Co . 2027 

17. N. E. News Assn .... 1607 

South London Fish Market, Re . 1186 
South Staffordshire Trams t7. Sick- 
ness, &c, Assrce ... 14, 778, 1888 
Sooth Staffordshire W. W. Cor. 

Barrow 87,88 

17. Stone 426, 427, 1866 

South Wales Ry v. Swansea 1644, 1646. 

1647 
South Yorkshire Coal Owners* 

Assn 17. Mid. Ry 962 

Southall 17. Jones 617 

Southam, Exp 364 

, Rcf Ex p. Lamb 766 



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CXXVll 



Soathampton Case, Pegler v, Gxa- 

ney 403 

Soathampton Colly. Co v. Clark . 161, 

lObO 
Southampton Dock Co v. Hill . . 1887 

P.Richards 287,1864 

Southampton Steam Co v. Clarke . 2(K) 

Soathby r. Hutt 482 

Southcombe v. Teoyil 2041 

Soathcot V. WaUon 1818 

Southend 9. White . . 1311,1316,2188 
Southend W. W. Co v. Howard . 789 

Southern Ry, ^e 2122 

Southgate V. Bohn 1699 

p. Chaplin 1003 

V. Clinch .... 862, 1274, 1276 

Southgate, The 1246 

Southland Co V. Nelson . . 637,1101 

Southmolton p. A-Q 1993 

Southouse p. Bate 661 

Southport p. Birkdale 438 

r. Morriss 1866 

p. Ormskirk . 696, 659, 871, 2029 

Southport Banking Co p. Thompson 734, 

1200 
Southwark & Vauxhall W. W. Co 

p. Hampton 818, 438, 1067 

Southwell p. Holloway Coll. . . 297 

p. Lincoln, Bp 890 

Soutter V. Roderick 1248 

Sovereign Life Assrce, Re . . , 1604 

p. Dodd .... 820. 1286. 1604 

Sowerby v. G. N. Ry . . 410, 667. 944 

p. Smith 770, 902, 1098 

Spackman, /?« 408,1688 

P.Foster 277 

P.Miller 376 

p. Plumstead 114,806 

Spaddacini p. Treacy .... 640, 809 

Spaight p. Farnwortii 991 

Spain p. Cadell 911 

p. Mowatt, Re Lake nnd Tay- 
lor 1064 

Spalding v. Crocker 1610 

Spargo's Case 027 

Spark p. Heslop 467, 966 

p. Furnell 28 

Sparrow. Re 1841 

p. Caruthers 1764 

p. Farmer 2169 

1*. Hill 417 

p. Oxford, Worcester, Ac, Ry 1159, 

2006 

P.Paris 1106,1106 

Spartali p. Benecke 926 

Spswforth p. Alexander .... 1676 
Speak p. Powell . . 231, 937, 1902, 2079, 

2176 

Spearing p. Hawkes .* 767 

Spearman, Re 760 

Speer, Re 248 

Speers, Re 1064 

Speller p. Bristol Steam Nay. Co . 966 
Spence p. Dodworth, Re Dodworth 810 
Spenceley p. Robinson .... 756 
Spencer's Case . . . 429, 1296, 1773 

Spencer v. Beckett 24 

P.Duckworth 716 



Spencer p. Lane. & T. Ry . . . . 1601 

p. Livett 1870 

p. Marriott 82, 1640 

p. Metrop Bd of Wks . . . 2006 

p.Mid. Ry 193 

p. Spencer ... 923, 1494, 2288 

p. Swannell 1443 

Spice p. Bacon 408 

Spicer p. Barnard 796, 902 

p. Cooper 1448 

p. Martin 991 

Spiers & Fond o. Bennett . .11, 76, 640 

SpilJer V. Maude 1602 

Spilsbary v. Clough 1308 

Spineer v. Watts 1661 

8!pmtHer, R^, Ex p. Rolph . . . 2103 
Spirettr. Willows . . 1840,1900,2198 
Spirit of tlie OL-ean, The .... 84 

Spittle V. G, W. Ry 2245 

Spitzel t\ Chinese Corp 499, 1016, 1382 
Spokes t\ Grosvcnor Hotel Co . . 1344 

Spong i\ Spong 68 

Spooner, Re 1787 

• f. Browning 882 

Spotten, ife 2031 

Spragg p. Hammond 1433 

Sprange p. Barnard 1806 

Spratt, /?« . . 2036 

p.Jefferv 128,206:3 

Sprigg p. Sprigg 1761 

Spring p. Biles 79, 1851 

p. Pride 941 

Springett p. Jenings 1742 

Springfield, /?e 916 

Spurling p. Bantoft .... 1640, 1768 

Spurr p. Hall 612 

Spurrell p. Spurrell 1997 

Spurway, /?c 696 

Squire p. Wheeler .... 2244, 2247 

Squires, /?« 1111 

Stace p. Smith 766 

Stacey p. Lintell 1889 

Stackhouse p. Bamston .... 2208 

Stedhard p. Lee 1794 

Stafford p. Buckley 1782 

p. Dyer 1638 

p. Sutheriand 1369 

Stafford Charities, Re 816 

Stagg p. Elliott 1450 

Stainhank p. Penning .... 211, 994 

Staines. Re 1669 

p. Staines 274 

Stainton, Re 68 

Stakesby, The 1876 

Stallard p. Marks .... 1749,2092 
Stamford, /?« .... 6,943,964,2106 
Stamford Banking Co p. Smith . . 1437 

Stancliffe p. Clarke 1284 

Standard Bk of British S. Africa 

p. Stokes 1421, 1649 

Standard Co, i?« 786 

Standard Discount Co v. IjA Grange 716, 

717, 1001 
Standard Gold Mining Co, Re . . 1562 
Standard Manufacturing Co, Re 192,864, 

470, 1229 

Standing r. Bowring 1886 

Standley, 726 1278 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



PagB 
Stanford, iJxi).,^ Barber . . 182,025 

, Re 468 

V, WiUianis 1736 

Stanger, /2e 183,2230 

Stanhope's Case 2060 

Stanhope v. filith 800,764 

Stanhope Collieries Co, Re . . . 290 
Staniforth v. Capon .... 2102, 2103 

Stanley v, Couhhurst 1953 

V. Eng. Fibres 8 

v. Fielden 99 

V. Hayes 818 

u. Towgood 1719, 2026 

». Western Insrce 671, 721, 800, 2176 

r. White 2264 

Stannard v. Burt 862, 1997 

Stansfield v. Cubitt 891 

t;. Uobson 24 

Stanton v. Brown 2197 

V. Hall 1828 

— V. Richardson 83 

i;. Scrutton 492 

Staples t;. Eastman Co .... 446 

v. Young 650 

Stapleton v. Stapleton 1849 

Starbuck v. Starbuck 367 

Starey t;. Chilworth Gunpowder Co 992 

V. Graham 26 

Starr-Bowkett Socy, Re ... . 2144 
Startup V. M'Donald ... 892, 1671 

Sute i;. Marshall 991 

y. Russell 1768 

V. Weatherly 761 

V.Wilson 1730 

Staunton v. Wood 765 

Stead, /2e 292,1812,1979 

V. Mellor . . . 1631, 1632, 1633 

v. Poyer 2044 

V. Tillotson 2007 

V. Williams 724, 1616 

Steamboat Co v. Livingstone . . 830 

Stebbing v. Warner 1480 

Stedman v. CoUett 688 

V. Smith 1421 

Steedman v. Poole 941 

Steel V. Scott 802 

V. State Line Co . . . 1260, 1809 

Steel and Nicholls Claim (Bubb v. 

Yelverton) 797 

Steele, /2fl 1008 

V. Brannan 1307 

V. Hamilton 2248 

V. Hoe 863 

V. M'Kinlay 960 

V, Mart 1063 

». Mid. Ry 896,2248 

Steen v. Steen 395 

Steers v. Rogers 1428 

Steignes v. Steignes 1233 

Stein V. Ritherdon .... 646, 1666 
Steinman v. Angier Line .... 2048 

Stelfoz V. Stelfox 604 

v. Sugden 1377 

Stella, The 1130, 1368 

Stephany, /?«, Ex p. Meyer ... 7 

Stephen t;. Cunningham, Re Hamlet 1076 

Stephens, iJxD 664,718 

, Re 1839 



Stephens v. Australian Insrce . . 321 

w. Derry 774,1110 

V. Green 1840 

W.Harris. . . . 1112,1942,1953 

». Lond. & S. W. Ry ... 1834 

v. Stephens 633 

v. Winteringham 73 

Stephens and Liverpool, &c, Insrce, /{e 396 

Stephenson, /^e 1583 

». Dowson 1216,1218 

— 9. Langston . 780 

». Raine 870 

V. Rogers 1783 

Stephenson and Cos, Re . . . . 2177 
Stepney Case . . 164, 1162, 1666, 1911 

Stern v. Queen, The 1166 

V. Tegner 1033 

Stettin, The 1246 

Steuart o. Gladstone 605, 645, 829, 2001 

Stevens, £:xo 222 

, Re ... . 206, 1001, 1914, 2244 

V. Barnet Water Co . . . 87, 1643 

». Biller 684 

V. Bishop 87 

V. Copp 796, 1778 

V. Gourley 227 

p. G. W. Ry 2245 

V. Marstun 160 

t;. Meirop District Ry . 1760,2119 

i;. Trevor Garrick .... 1844 

V. Van Voorst 585. 630 

Stevenson, ^xp 1073 

V. Abingdon 428, 429 

W.Powell 82 

Steward v, Dunn 1852 

V. Greaves 1858 

V. Poppleton 1085 

Stewart, Exp 225 

, Rm 183, 1586, 2120 

, Re, Ex p. Pottinger .... 1402 

t;. AUiston 841 

V. Jones 1869 

w. L. & N. W. Ry . . . 1893, 1424 

V. Merchants' Mar Insrce . 163, 683 

V. Sanderson 543 

V. West Derby Burial Bd 952, 1993 

V. W. India & Pacific Co . . 219 

Stickland v. Stickland 515 

Stileman-Gibbard v. Wilkinson . . 1479 

Stiles, Re 1761 

V. Miller 600 

Stinson, Re 1661 

Stirling v. Forrester 896 

V. Lond. & S. W. Ry ... 1819 

v. Maitland 546 

Stock, Ex p 610 

1;. Holland 1784 

V. Meakin 103, 290, 953, 1379, 2271 

Stock^ridge v. Sussams .... 1267 
Stockdale v. Nicholson 1081, 1082, 1274, 

1280 

Stockport Ry, /2e 074 

Stockport Sciiools, Re . 271, 1366, 1367, 

1798 
Stockport and Hyde v. Chester Co. 

Co 1766 

Stocks ». Barr^ 1705 

Stockton V. Kirkleatham . . 1547, 2087 



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CXXIX 



Pag« 
Stockton Iron Co, Re ... . 678, 9&5 
Stockton Ry v. Barrett .... 672 
Stockton & Darin, liy v. Brown . 17:^ 
Stoddart p. Nelson . . . 428,429,728 

inSagar 1128 

i;. Savile 2269 

Stoessiger v. S. E. Ry 1818 

Stoffell,2;« 1663 

Stogdon, Re 38, 1486 

p. Leo 1745 

Stoke V. Price 1664 

StokeU V, Heywood 389 

Stokes V. Arkwright . . . 1202, 1467 

V. Checkland 66, 1672 

p. Cheek 90 

p. Cox 75 

V. Heron 90 

P.France 1738 

V. Salomons 64 1, 646, 1612, 1648. 

1869, 2087, 2236 

V. Spencer 613 

Stokoe V. Cownn 1818 

Stolworthy p. Powell . . . .88,2174 

V. Sandcroft 79 

Stone, Re 1461 

p. Commercial Ry .... 2281 

p. Dean 1866 

p. Greening 700 

p. Hyde 492, 1290 

p. Liverpool Mar Socy ... 661 

V. Mar Insroe 1763 

p. Parker .... 476, 899, 1312 

P.Yeovil 1969 

Stoneham p. Ocean, &c, Insrce . 2182 

Stones p. Rowton 889 

StoDor,7?« 1828,1844 

p. Curwen 626, 1013 

V. Fowle 920 

Stooke p. Taylor 660,1688 

Stoomvart Maatschappij Neder- 
Und p. P. & O. Nav. Co . . 91 

Storer v. Johnson 327 

Storey, /2tf, Ax/?. Popplewell . 490,491 

Stone, Re 862 

P.Winchester 2193 

Stork p. Fox 2190 

Storm p. Sarling . 1676, 1812, 1919, 2069 

Story P. Sheard 681, 2072 

Slotesbury v. St. Giles, Camberwell 102 
Stourbridge Canal Co p. Wheeley 88 

Stoveld p. Hughes 812 

Stow p. Davenport 485 

Stowe p. Jolliffe 1675 

Stowell p. 2^uch 817 

Sioy p. Rees 88 

Straoey p. Nelson 2182 

Straehan p. Barton 2201 

p. Universal Stock Ex. . . 96, 909 

p. Universal Stock Ex. (No. 2) 609 

Strafford to Mapes, i2s . . 954,2245 

Straker p. Kidd 606, 2267 

p. Wilson 1667 

Strand, Re 943, 1662 

Strangways, i2e 182,2025 

Stranks p. St. John 1086 

Stratford p. Bosworth ... 322, 1968 
8tratbe<len and Campbell, A< . . 1462 
Strathmore, i5:x;).,/^«Ridaell . 716,716 

TOL. I. 



Page 

Strathmore p. Laing 1771 

Strathnaver. The 2074 

Stratton p. Hillas 1216 

V. Metrop Bd of Wks . . . 1678 

Strauss p. County Hotel Co . . 843, 978 

P.France 1607 

p. Goldschmid 818 

Streatfield v. Cooper 641 

p. Streatfield 608 

Streatham Estates Co. Re . 1541, 1684 

StPeatley, /?d 1960 

Street, Afi 1436 

p. Cover 498, 1722 

p. Street 376, 1690 

Streeton, Re 1486 

Strelley p. Pearson 139, 1642, 2164, 2166, 

2159 

Stretch p. White 678,1783 

Stretton, Re 1685 

p. Ashmall 107 

Stretton Co p. Derby 736 

Stribley p. Imperial Mar Insrce . 1210 
Stribling p. Halse . . . 590, 969, 970 
Strick p. Swansea Canal Co . . . 1101 
Strickland p. Hayes . 1307, 1438, 1669 

p. StrickUnd 616 

p. Williams 204, 1105 

Stride p. Martin 1263 

Stringer, Re 1076 

p. English and Scottish Mar 

Insrce 1746 

P.Harper 2037 

p. Sykes 2240 

Strithorst v. Graeme 1751 

Strohmenger p. Atten borough . . 1188 

Strong, Re 713, 1904 

p. Bird 812 

p. Natally 1764 

Stronge v. Hawkes 880 

Stroud, Re 1349, 1475 

^— p. Lawson 1790 

p. Wandsworth Bd . . . . 1255 

Struthers p. Struthers 852 

Strutt p. Braithwaite 1969 

p. Finch 834 

p. liobinson 1007 

Stuart, Re 1673 

, i7e, J?xp. Cathcart . ... 688 

p. Bell 1569 

p. British & African Nav. Co . 1094. 

1872 

p. Bute ... 662, 82-% 2049, 2172 

p. Diplock .... 266, 376, 1051 

r. Nixon 164, 1665 

p. Scottish Co 697 

p. Wrey, Re Wrey .... 2234 

Stuart and Seadon, Re . . 480, 654, 967 
Stubbins, Ex p , Re Wilkinson . . 484 
Stubbs p. Director of Public Prose- 
cutions 032 

p. Sargon 1849 

Stuchbery p. Spencer 2093 

Stucley, Re 1846 

Studdert, Re 1842 

— - p. Grosvenor 944 

Studds p. Watson 160 

Studdy p. Sanders 813 

Studham v. SUnbridge . . 1684, 1955 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Page 

Stukely v. Butler 2040 

Stumm v. Dixon 1029 

Stumore v. Campbell 473 

Stump V. Gaby 1656 

Sturdy v. Henderson 142 

Sturge V. Eastern Union lly . . . 660 
Sturge and G. W. Ry, Re ... . 244 

Sturgis V. Dunn 2031 

V. Morse 861 

Sturla V. Freccia 1604 

Styles V. Middle Temple . . . 122, 848 

V. Wardle 461 

Suart V. Powell 2210 

Suburban Hotel Co, Re .... 1034 

Sudbury, i?e tt61 

V. Brown 1019 

Sudeley, /2e 1714 

0. A-6 646 

Sudeley and Baines, Re . . , . 1462 
Suffell 17. Bk of England .... 1169 
Suffield and Watts, Re, Ex p. 

Brown 1686 

Sugden v. Alsbury, Re Alsbury . 948 

Sugg V, Hill 1295 

Suggate V. Suggate 444 

Sullivan. i?e 756 

V. Sullivan 179 

Sully, Ex p., Re Wallis . . 236, 1163 

p. A-G 266 

V. Duranty 669 

Summers v. Holbom 2016 

Summerson, Re 2208 

Sumner c.Wix 1368 

Sumpter v. Cooper .... 402, 1098 

V. Hedges 1035 

Sumption v. Monzani 936 

Sun Insrce v. Hart ... 94, 518, 1368 

Sunderland, Re 692 

V. Alcock 290 

Sunderland Bg Socy, Re . . 2253, 2256 
Sunderland S. S. Co v, N. of Eng- 
land Insrce 726, 906, 1341 

Sunk island Trustees v. Patrington 21 1 1 
Sunlight Incandescent Co, Re . . 679 

Surman v. Darley 893 

u. Wharton 1082 

Surtees v. Ellison 1722 

V. Hopkinson 68,1102 

V. Surtees 652 

Suse, Re, Ex p. Dever 1901 

Sussex V. Temple 1014 

Sussex Peerage Case . . . 1629, 1702 

Sutcliflfe, Arp 1111 

V. Howard 1740 

V. Kichardson 1732 

V. Smith 817 

Sutherland v. Cromartin .... 709 

V. Heathcoie 2, 660, 1093, 1571, 1730, 

2040 

W.Pratt 1127 

V. Sutherland 187, 202. 229, 626, 819, 

908, 998, 1211 

Sutherland, The 2083 

Sutton, Re . . 88, 294, 617, 1216, 1846 

V. Bath 810 

w. Bishop 406 

V, Ciceri 1932 

p. Fenn 63 



Sutton ». Goodrich .... 1971,2184 

V, Grey 91 

V. Johnstone 1167 

». L. C. &D.Ry 1870 

r. Moody 796 

V. Norwich 1847 

V. Sutton . . 94, 292, 1077, 1979 

V. Temple 1030 

V. Wade 1886 

V, Walsh 689 

Sutton Coldfield Grammar Sch., 

Re 635,680,629,781 

Sutton's Hospital Case .... 889 
Svensden v, Wallace . . 802, 803, 804 

Swaffield u. Nelson 1661 

Swain, Re 216, 1077 

— ^ t;. Ayres 1070 

V. Fleming 178 

Swaine v, Kennerley 303 

u. Wilson 2082 

Swainston v. Finn 696, 997 

Swan, Re .... ^. ... . 966 

r. Falmouth 8 

V. Holmes 626 

V. Sanders 446, 665 

— ^ V. Stransham 603 

Swansea Improvements Co v. Swan- 
sea 1339, 1646, 2034 

Swanston v. Twickenham . 1265, 1848 
Swanwick v. Vamey . . . 271, 1392 

Swayne v. Inl. Key 1967, 2066 

Sweet V. Benning 204 

V. Maugham 204 

V. Seager 231, 2012 

V. Sweet 1213 

Sweetapple v. Horlock . 628, 630, 1840 

Sweeting, Re 1138, 1173 

V. Darthez 773, 930 

Sweetland v. Sweetland .... 739 
Sweetman v. Guest .... 856, 1983 
Sweetmeat Co v. Inl. Rev. . 987, 1071, 

1456,2004 

Sweny v. Smith 2118 

Swift t;. Swift 63, 1014, 1062, 1372, 1586, 

1658 
Swinburne v. Milbum . . 123, 742, 1710 

Swiney v. Barry 1169 

Swinfen v. Bacon 2249 

V. Swinfen . . . 1191, 1238, 1904 

Swinford v. Keble 2108 

Swinton v. Baily 320 

Swire v. Leach 1616 

Swyny v. N. E. Ry 1676 

Sydney v. A-G. New S. Wales . . 1458 
Sydney Bg Aran v. Lyons . . . 203 
Syers v. Met. Board of Works . . 997 

Syke's Case 202 

Sykes, /?6 369.1868 

w. Beadon . . . .286,882,1129 

V. Scholfleld 1264 

V. Sowerby 1386 

Sylph, The 466, 1764 

Symers t*. Jobson 866 

Symington v. Footman .... 842 

Symmers v. The King 644 

Symonds y. Lloyd 1984 

Symons v. Law Socy 1904 

V. Leaker 1764 



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Page 

Symons r. Sjmons 367 

V, Wedmore .... 1006, 1709 

Syms r. Chaplin 1884 

Synge ir. Synge . . 274,867,516,1670 
Syred t*. Carruthera 1855 



Taapfe v. Conmee 2000 

Taber,/2e 89,1380 

Tabernacle Bg Socy v. Knight 950, 1926 

Tabor v. Brooks 548 

Tabulean v. Nixon 1829 

Tadcaster Brewery Co v, WiUon 51, 1607 

Tadhanter v. Buckley 879 

Tadman v. D'Epineuil 206 

Taif Vale Ry v. Amalgamated Socy 2082 

r. Barry, Ac, Ry Co . . . . 2084 

Tahiti Cotton Co, Re, Ex p. Sar- 
gent 987 

TaUb7r.OfiE.Rec. 69,206,611,1760,2079. 

2170 
Tait, 22tf,£:z». Harper .... 93 

Taite r. Gosling 134 

Talargoch Mining Co t;. St Asaph 659 

Talbot, /?e 57,697 

p. Jevers 1896 

r. Marshfield 47, 1840 

V. Tipper 2049 

Tallent v. Scott 1656 

Talory v. Jackson 1915 

Taltamm's Case 851 

Tamplin, Re, Ex ;>. Bamett . . . 2102 
Tamvaco v. Lucas . . 1225, 1796, 1871 
Tancred r. Delagoa Bay Ry . . . 8 

Tancred Co v. Steel Co of Scotland 1226 

Tankard, /2e 1844 

Tanner, Exp 593, 1740 

V, Moore 853 

p. Morse 2020 

r. Oldham 391 

V. Smart 5 

V. S. Wales Ry . . . . 441, 1766 

p. Tebbutt 99 

p. Wise 1739, 2020 

Tanqueray- Willa ume to Landau, Re 1459 

Tanton v. Jervis 1807 

Tanyaco r. Lucas . . 1225, 1796, 1871 

Taplin r. Taplin 1418 

Tapner v. Merlott 864 

Tapp p. Jones 473 

Tapscott p. Balfour . . . 118, 124, 2161 

Tapsell p. Crosskey 945 

Tarbuck p. Tarbuck 208 

Tarleton p. Bruton, Re Roberto . 1859 

Tariing 9. Fredericks 1485 

Tarn, Be 657 

Tamer p. Walker 1069 

Tarrant. Re 395, 675 

p. Baker 158, 424 

Tarsey, Re 1886, 1900 

Tssbargh p. Day 1912 

Tasker v. Small 997 

p. Tasker 1400 

Tassell p. Hallen 51, 621 

p. Oyenden 1040 

Tatom p. Easier .... 819, 888, 1594 



Page 

Tatam p. Reeve 798, 935 

Tate, ^x;)., /2e Key worth . . . 1816 

p. Latham .... 491, 492, 1986 

Tatham, jRe 1585 

p. Drummond 759 

p. Vernon 1014 

Tattan p. G. W. Ry 392 

Tattersall p. National S. S. Co . . 1809 
Tatum, /2c, iJx/i. Harker ... 489 
Taunton p. Royal Inf>rce . . . 671, 944 

p. Sheriff of Warwickshire . 736 

Taurine Co, Re 345 

Tautz p. Archdale 501 

Tayler p. Web 28. 1901 

Taylor's Case 811, 1591 

Taylor, jExp 1,1897,2189 

, £x /».,/?« Goldsmid ... 434 

. Ex p.. Re Potto 661 

, Re 542, 568, 1760 

, Re, Cloak p. Hammond 429, 1264 

p. Ashton 763 

p. Briggs 160 

p. Bullen 638, 704 

P.Caldwell .... 503.916,918 

p. Cass 1026, 1682 

p. Clay 1112, 2110 

p. Clemson 1198 

p. Crowland Gas Co ... . 589 

p. Dening 1881 

p. Evans 1712 

p. Fen wick 1489 

p. Frobisher 2183 

p. George 1531 

p. Goodwin 261, 576 

p. G. N. Ry 1664 

v. Greenhalgh 1446 

P.Hall 1634 

p. Hickes 328 

P.Holt 988 

p. Horde 552 

p. Humphreys 2092 

p. Humphries 2092 

p. Kymer 548, 1261 

p. T^ird 1449 

p. Liverpool & G. W. Steam 

Co 107,459,990,2048 

p. Manchester, S. & L. Ry 892, 2072 

p. Martindale 1956 

p. Meads . . 709, 1827, 2277, 2278 

p. Mostyn . . . 1072, 1665, 2050 

P.Neville 1128,1124 

p. Newman 2135 

p. NichoU 676 

P.Oldham 1871,1947 

p. Oram 626 

p. Pendleton 659 

p. Roe 1851 

p. Rolf 489 

p. St. Helen's . . 1924. 1946, 2221 

p. Smetten 1128 

V. Smith 12, 1289 

V. Stainton 2239 

p. Sturrock 1866. 2198 

p. Taylor 47, 1656 

p. Vergette 2245 

Teale. Re 887 

p. Younge 983 

Tear p. Freebody . . . 805,946,1829 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Pag« 

Tearle r. EdoU 442 

Tebb, i2« 1887 

V. Cave 1640 

Teevan v. Smith 632, 1231 

Tegg, Re 1751 

Telegrapti Construction Co, Re 436 

Temperton u. Kiusell . . . 860, 1788 

Tempest v. Kilner 826 

V. Tempest . . 896, 899, 1480, 1494 

Temple v. Dickinson 823 

w. Pink 743 

Templeman v. Trafford .... 1824 
Tenants of awning's Case ... 664 

Tendring v. Dowton 1638 

Tennant, Re 160, 257 

i;. Bell 766 

V. Howatson 194 

t;. Sniitli . 691,614,947,1314,1434, 

1463, 1609 
V. Swansea Harbour Trustees 1610, 

2083, 2179 

V. Union Bk of Canada . 163, 2212 

Tennison v. Moore 2288 

Ternan, Re 1482 

Terraz, Exp 437 

Terry, Re 694 

r. Brighton Aquarium Co . . 626 

V.Terry 206,2149 

Terry to Wliite, Re . . 688, 1372, 2144 

Tesseyman, /^6 1346 

Tetley, 7^6 2171 

V.Taylor 116 

Tetlow V. Ashton 860, 862 

Teutonia, The 1638,1778 

Tew V. Harris 1283 

Tewkesbury Case 1911 

Texas Co v. Holtham 670 

v.Inl. ReF 1164 

Teynham v. Webb 2288 

Tliacker, Re 1761 

V. Hardy 797, 2068 

Thackeray, Ae 1639 

Thackwray & Younff, Re . . . 10 
Thalmann v. Texas Mills .... 824 
Thames & Mersey Mar Insrce v. 

Hamilton 1363, 1455 

Thames Conservators v, InL Rev. 404, 987, 

1071, 1686 
•^^ V. Port of London Sanitary 

Authority 1180. 1889 

». Smeed .... 172,676,675 

Thames Haven, &c, Ry v. Rose . 1642. 

1864 
Thames Tunnel Co v. Sheldon . . 1960 

Tliarp. Re 1820, 1969 

Tharsis Co v. Lond. & N. W. Ry . 684 

V. M'Elroy 124,1675 

V. Morel Co 118 

Thatcher, /?e 895 

V. England 1686 

V. Taylor 912 

Theatrical Trust Co, i?6 .... 1874 
Thellusson r. Liddard ... 644, 1191 

V. Rendlesham . . . 608, 1146 

V. Staples 1779 

V. Woodford 1111 

Thelwall v. Finney 141 

Theobald v. Theobald 1456 



Theodora, The 81 

Theta,The 456^456 

Thetis, The 1786 

Tliin V. Richards 1809 

Thistlethwayte, Re 2137 

Thomas, iPxp 1111 

, Re . 9, 258. 263. 662. 922. 944, 997, 

1055, 1089, 1128, 1333, 1380, 2087 

, Re, Ex p. Poppleton ... 379 

V, Acklam 66 

V. Barry Dock Co .... 1830 

V, Brown 848 

r. Cadwallader . . . 176,2066 

V.Cook 1995 

i>. Courtnay 1858 

V.Cross 998 

•^— V. Desanges 462 

V. Evans 1192 

V. Everard 1214 

V. Harries 919,1813 

V. Hudson 473 

V. Jennings 997 

— V. Jones 732 

V.Kelly 026,2196 

V. Lambert 2^267 

V.Lane 892 

r. LioniteCo 1988 

V. Nokes 766 

V. Nurse 37 

V.Owen 110,1758 

V. Phelps 67, 665 

— ^ V. Quartermaine 492 

V.Roberts 1961,2101 

V. Searles . . . 864,2102,2ia3 

V. Stepheoson .... 1629, 2229 

V. Stutterheim 857 

V. Sutters . . . 1307, 1439, 1669 

V. Thomas 378 

V. Turner 206. 725 

V. Van Os 1092 

V.Welch 123 

Thoniason v. Moses 862 

Thomasset v. Thomasset . . 802, 1142 
Thompson, Re . 11. 697, 938. 996, 1074. 

1082, 1157, 1161, 1277, 1278, 1436 

, Re, Ex p. Wilmot ... 433, 434 

V. Adams 1895 

V. Ayling 1836 

V. Barrett 1676 

V. Beasley 1329 

V. Bowyer 24 

* V. Clerk lOM) 

V. Corby .... 1877, 1920, 2239 

V. Farrer 1668 

V.Gibson 911 

V. Gillespy 1779 

V. Harding 668 

V. Harvey 1863 

V. Hill 2188 

V. Hudson 1106 

V. Ingham 203 

V. Lacy 892,978 

V. Lap worth . 588, 201 1, 2018, 201 4 

V. Lawley 1062 

V. Masliiter 1616 

V. Parish 416, 1000 

r. Partridge 1913 

V. Pearce 1861,1614 



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P»ge 
Tliompson v, Kobinson .... 1208 

V, Rose : . . 2251 

V. Rouke 1018 

V. Sanderland Gas Co . . . 228 

V, Thompson 614 

V. Tomkinson 1060 

V Universal Salvage Co . . 117& 

V. Ward 1120 

r. Ward, Ellis ».,Burch . 690, 896 

». Watts 2060 

». Whitmore 1464 

Thompson and Holt, He . , . . 2209 

Thomson, /?e 1076 

, iU, Herring v. Barrow ... 647 

c.Ansten 2260 

». Bums 1708 

V. Cianroorris .... 277, 1444 

V. Eastwood 2116 

V. Hempestall 1068 

p. London & Grays Co . 1818, 1401 

V. Thomson 184 

V, Trustees Incorp 1689 

r. Waterlow .... 2132, 2226 

V, Weems 1968 

Thoriey v. Kerry 904 

V. Massani 812, 2100 

Thorn v. City Rice Mills .... 490 

V. Mayor of London . *. . . 916 

Thornber, £x />., He Barlow . 1660, 2183 

V, WUson 1968 

Thomborow v. Whitacre .... 918 
Thome, Ex p.t Re Jones .... 891 

. Bb 86 

V, Cann 1191 

i;. Colson 1927 

V. Heard . . . 216, 361, 402, 1936 

Tliomeloe v. Hill 827, 828 

Thomett v. Haines 2261 

Tbomhill v. Thornhill 1860 

Thomley i?. Thornley 1023 

Thornton v. Charles 1681 

V. Clegg 1709 

p. France 819 

r. Jenyns 2044 

Thorold t;. Thorold 1230 

Thorowgood v. Collins .... 66 
Thorp o. Hart . . . 1067,1068,1334 

V. Holdsworth . . 122, 1499, 1918 

r. Owen 868,1146 

». Thorp 741 

Thorpe v. Adams 1909 

V. Booth ia33 

». Mansell 2186 

V, Milligan 1200, 2167 

V. Friestnall 986 

Thrift V, Youle 1069 

Throckmerton v. Tracey .... 1764 

ThrosseUv.Marsh 1310 

Thmnscoe, The 1466 

Thrnpp p. Collett .... 1568,1832 
Thorlow,/2e .... 248,1863.1866 
Thnrsby v. BrierclifiFe . . . 1208, 1687 
Thwaitet v, Coulthwaite .... 207 

Thynne v. Shove • 827 

Tibbits, i?« 1843 

w.Tibblts 1631 

V. Yorke 1274, 1690 

nbble o. Beadon 2231 



Page 

Tickle, iZc 2193 

V. Brown 1757, 1768 

Tidswell, J5::r;i 1374 

V. Whit worth . 127, 281, 918, 936, 

2011,2018,2014 

Tierney, Re 1671 

V. Wood 1419 

Tiis V. Byers 606, 2266 

Tilbury t;. Brown 1097 

Tilbury Co, i?« 1014 

Tildesley v. Harper 1499 

Tilley ». Simpson .... 1739,2233 

V. Thomas 1614 

Timewell v. Perkins 823 

Timmins v. Leeds Forge Co . . . 16 

Timmis v. Albiston 390 

Timms v. Baker 1039,2119 

V. Williams 1812 

Timson, /2e 1484 

Tindal, /2e 611 

Tindall, Exp 768 

, Re 2101 

Tindle r. Davison 639 

Tinkler ». Wandsworth .... 1976 

Tinnuchi v. Smart 712 

Tipperary 1922 

Tippett v. Hart 2041 

Tipping D. Howard 1081 

Tipton Green Colliery v. Tipton 

Moat Colliery 1034 ' 

Tischler v. Apthorpe 2«>5 

Tisdell V. Combe . 109, 431, 1246, 1864, 

2266 

Tissen v. Tissen 1674 

Titchfield v. Horncastle .... 604 
Titchmarsh v. Royston Water Co 2226 
Titley i;. Wolstenholme .... 132 
Tiverton Ry v. Loosemore . . . 2006 

Tivnan, Re 137, 1482, 2268 

Tobacco Pipe Co V. Loder . .892,1915 
Tobacco Pipe Makers v, Woodroffe 93 

Tobin t;. Cleary 479 

Tod V. Winchelsea 1640 

Todd, ^x;> 1844 

, Re 1278 

V. Kellage 1187 

1;. Kerrich 1187 

V. Robinson ... 362, 406, 634, 998 

V. Stokes 1250 

Tod-Heatley v, Benliam 84, 85, 86, 236, 
1263, 1299, 1801, 1820 

Toft V. Stephenson 24, 1420 

Toleman v. Portbury . . 148, 376, 1460 

Toler v. Bischop 131)5, 1300 

ToUemarclie v. Coventry .... 18'.M$ 

Toller V. Attwood 1146 

Toilet V. Thomas 988 

Tom V, Nagle 1784 

Tomkins f. JoUiffe 900 

V. Jones 870 

V. Safifery 128, 848 

V, Tomkins 443 

Tomkinson o. S. E. Ry .... 946 

Tomlin v. Budd 1986 

Tomlinson, Re 948, 1316 

— ^ V, Ashworth 7 

». Brittlebank .... 764,1767 

f. Bullock 1426 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Pag« 
Tomlinson i\ Lond. & N. W. Ry . 1J67 

T0QI8 u. Clacton 1629 

V.Cuming . 583,1883,1884.1885 

r. Luckett 228,1121 

V. Wilson . . . 912, 1338, 1664 

Tomson v. Judge 2125 

Tone V. Preston 1758 

Tonneiier v. Smith 45 

Tooker v. Annesley 2252 

Toomer, Re, Ex p. Blaiberg . . . 2196 

Tooth V. Power 202 

Topham v. Greenside Co . . . 470, 733 

Toplis V. Vanderheyde 206 

Toppin t*. Lomaa P06 

Torishr. Clark 1835,1967 

Torkiugton v. Connor 2192 

Toronto i;. Virgo 1697 

Toronto Bank v, Lambe .... 534 

Toronto Ry v. Regina 1649 

Toronto Street Ry v. Toronto . . 2087 

Torquay Bath Co, Re 2140 

Torrett v. Frampton 1741 

Torrington r. Bowman .... 1658 
Torva Syndicate v. Kelly .... 736 

Tottenham v. Emmett 668 

V. Rowell 290 

V. Williamson 1389 

Toulmin v. Millar 1005 

V. Steere 1191 

Tourret v. Cripps 1882 

Touteng r. Hubbard 612 

Toward, 7?c 1583 

Tower Tea Co v. Smith .... 698 

Tow good V, Pirie 697 

Towie V. Topham 1689 

Towne v. Campbell 1665 

V. Limerick 1988 

Townend, A'a:/? 174 

Townley,/?c 1216,1216 

V. Bolton 1021 

V. Gibson 1716, 1899 

Towns r. Wentworth 861 

Townsend, Re 860, 1079, 1237, 2196. 2197 

, Re, Ex p. Parsons . 193, 926, 1095 

V. Carus 1704 

V. Champcmown 100 

r. Hughes 2145,2239 

v. Jarman 827,828 

t'. Kingston 1349 

r. Head 1349 

1'. Townsend 514 

Townshend v. Windham .... 1832 

Townson i*. Jackson 160 

Tozer v. Lake 1889 

Trade Auxiliary Co v. Middles- 

borou(;h Assn 204 

Trade Mark Normal, Re , , . . 67 

Trafford v. Ashton 1897 

I?. Berridge 2049 

Tralee and Dingle By, /?<?... 2268 
Transvaal Exploring Co, Re . . 891 
Trappes v. Meredith .... 66, 868 

Travers r. Mason 1891 

Travis, Re 2105 

I'. Illingworth 389,481 

V. Utley 572 

Treacher v. Treacher 2237 

Treadwell v. L. & S. W. Ry . . . 895 



Pag« 
Treadwin v. G. E. Ry . . . 1061, 1480 

Treasure, 7?e 124,2a37 

Treasury Solr v, Lewis .... 568 

Trebec r. Keith 1328 

Tredegar Iron Co v. S. S. Calliope 2232 

Tredwell, Ae 468,586 

Tree v. Bowkett 149 

Treglia v. Smith's Timber Co . . 76 

Trego V. Hunt 827 

Treharne 0. Layton 1074 

Trehearne, Re 1676 

Treherne, Ex p.. Re Saunders . . 1565 

Treloar v. Bipge 2139, 2256 

Tremoille v. Christie . . . . 56, 1189 
Trench, /?«, Ex p. Brandon . . . 1705 

Trenchard, JRe 961 

Trent v. Hanning 972 

Trent Na?. v. Wood 28, 29 

Trent-Stoughton v. Barbados Water 

Co 456 

Trcsham v. Lamb 1181 

Tress v. Savage 2197 

Treswallen v. Penhules .... 1156 

Trethewy v. Helyar 17;i8 

Trevalion v. Anderton 1456 

Trevelyan v. Charter 361 

Trevor v. Hutchins 1750 

V, Trevdf 2005 

V. Whitworth 1623 

Trew u. Ry Insrce 16 

Triggs V. Lester 869 

Trimble v. Hill .... 509, 796, 1961 

Trimmer v. Walsh 353 

Trindade v. Levy 73 

Trinder v. Thames & Mersey Insrce 721 

V. Trinder 1861 

Tritton r. Bankart 956, 957 

Troitzsch v, Rees 1962 

TroUope v. London Bg Trades 

Federation 213 

Trott V. Buchanan 1738 

V. Vernon 1531 

Trotter, Re 1726 

V.Harris 711 

V. Maclean 861 

V. Trevor 858 

V. Walker 1884 

V. Watson 2129 

Troup V. East India Co ... . 818 
Troutbeck v. Boughey . . . 1677, 1716 

Trowell v. Shenton 1289 

Trueman v. Hurst 20 

Trulock v. Roby 24 

Truman v. Kerslake 1389 

V. L. B. & S. Ry 1299 

Truro, ife 1619 

Truscott V, Diamond Rock Co 921, 1254, 

1676, 1721, 2026 

Trye v. Gloucester ....... 636 

Tryon v. Nat. Prov. Inst 203 

Tubb p. Good 1388 

Tubbs V. Wynne 1378, 1379 

Tuck V. Priester 2134 

— V. Southern Counties Deposit 

Bank 2101,2102 

Tucker, Re 468, 922, 1956 

V. Good, Re Bonner .... 1810 

v. Linger 1201 



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Todball r. Medlicott 1070 

Tuff p. Warmau 1260 

Tuite V, Bermingham 607 

Tulk i;. Moxhay 1774 

TuIIifl V. Jackson 201 

TuUock p. Dann 23 

Tullj P.Terry 1634 

Tummons p. Ogle 608 

Tunbridge r. Se^enoaks .... 680 

Tunbridge Wells p. Baird 025, 1611. 1049, 

1951, 2147, 2181 

p. Bisahopp 028 

Tunnel Mining Co, /ee 188 

Tunnicliffe p. Birkdale .... 181 

p. Tedd 867 

Tupper, Re 1670 

c. Foulkes 408 

Turcan, ite 244,680 

Turabull,i2e . . 184,1028,1515,2088 

p. Appleton 1488 

V. Hull Underwriters ... 1127 

p. LambtonCo 80,034 

Turnell p. Sanderson 112 

Turner. J^xD 473 

, Re 7, 1081, 1673, 1910 

. Re, Arnold v. Blades . 604, 2040 

p. Barlow 1228 

u. Bridgett 1783 

F. Buck 390 

V. Cuzson 1678 

r. Evans 266 

r. Goldsmith . 56, 614, 918, 1901 

V. Gossot 628, 629 

r. Goulden 1891 

r. G. W. Ry 1760 

r. Green 1886 

r. Hancock 416 

V. Jones 1007 

V. Lond. & S. W. By ... 1866 

V. Marriott 2263 

V. Maule 2120 

— r. Mersey Docks 43 

V, Moor 1346 

V. Mucklow 1920 

V. Mullineax 488, 484 

r. Ogden 296 

p. Robinson 1618 

p. Sawdon 614 

p. Stallibras .... 892, 760, 2072 

p. Whittaker 137 

V. Wright 2217 

Turner and Skelton, /?« .... Ill 

Turney, Re 1462 

p. DodweU 1436 

Turquand, £r />., Re Parker 789, 2088 

p. Vanderplank 891 

Tnrton p. Lambarde 1276 

V. Turton 2082 

Tnssaad p. London Co. Co. . . . 1892 

p. Tussaud 2082 

Tustian p. Roper 2164 

TuthiU V, Rogers 35 

Tuton p. Sanoner 809 

Tutton p. Darke 462 

Tweed, i?xi> 1686 

Tweedale,i<e 1 

Tweedsdale, The 1982 

Twickenham p. Munton . . 908,1178 



Page 

Twigg, /?« 1004,1267,2038 

Twining p. Morrice 409 

p. Powell 648 

Twisden p. Twisden 1004 

Two Solicitors, Re 1868 

Twomey, Re 1491 

Twycross v. Grant .... 1047, 1577 

Twyford Abbey, /fe 1593 

Twyne'sCase. . . 201,760,816,1349, 

1621 

Tylecote p. Morton 2152 

Tyler, JRe 1402 

— ^ p. Kingliam 1536 

p. London & India Docks . . 1455 

p. Yates 008 

Tyne Boiler Works Co p. Long- 

benton 148 

Tyne Keelmen v. Davison . . . 1247 

Tynemouth p. A-G 1418 

Tynte,£:ar;> 1027 

Tynwald,The 81,278 

Tyrconnell p. Ancaster .... 822 
Tyrone p. Waterford . 924, 1582, 1965 

Tyrrell p. Clark 676 

Tyrringham's Case 2109 

Tyser p. Shipowners' Syndicate . 2008 
Tyson p. Smith 1617 



U. 

Uohtrbd'b Cabb 741 

Uhde P. Walters 161 

Ulster Bank r. Synnott . . 1138, 1450 

Ultzen p. Nicols 978 

Ulverstone & Lancaster Ry p. Inl. 

Rev 1939 

Umbers p. Jaggard 629 

Umbilo, The 840 

Umfreville p. London Co. Co. . . 454 

Umphelby p. McLean 569 

Undaunted, The 1260 

Underbill p. Roden 468 

Underwood p. Barker 1746 

p. Secy of State 1551 

Union Bank of Hull. Re ... . 1292 
Union Bank of London v. Lenanton 221. 

1867 
Union Bank of Manchester, Ex p,, 

y?« Jackson 309 

Union Mar Insrce t;. Borwick 835, 1460 
Union S. S. Co p. Melbourne Har- 
bour Commrs 1464 

United Alkali Co p. Simpson . . 1772 
United Horse Shoe Co v. Stewart . 968 
United Land Co p. Tottenham . . 669 
United Merthyr Co, /2e . . . . 34 
United Patriots' Socy and Holt. Re 651 
United Realization Co p. Inl. Rev. 1819 

United Service, The 1260 

United States v. Athens Armory . 1822 
— p. James Morrison, The . . 330 

P.Johns 270 

p. Morris 2148 

P. Pelly 1546,2211 

p. Royall 1801 

p. Smith 1482 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



Pag« 
United State* v. William Pope, The 3:50 
United Telephone Co v. Harrison . 1243 

o. Tasker 76 

Universal Life Asiirce v. Bishop . 1679 
Universal Stock Exchange v. Stra- 

Chan 430,609,798 

Unsworth v. Speakman .... 1869 

Unwin v. Eykyn 33 

V. Hanson 1125 

r. McMullen 632 

V. Wolseley 1826 

Upmann v. Forester .... 817, 979 

Uppertnn v. Nicholson 771 

V. Kidley 1482 

Upton V. Bassett 1021 

V. Brown 2269 

V. Hardman 629, 1966 

V. Townend 663 

Urmston Grange S. 8. Co. Re . . 274 
Urquhart V. Butterfield . . 183,1283 

Usher v. Martin 1310 

UsilU. Hales 1910 

Uthwatt r. Elkins 177 

Uttermare. i?« 1668 

Uxbridge, &c, Ry. /2e . . . 800,1363 
Uzielli V. Boston Mar Insrce . 686, 1971 



V. 

Vachell v. Roberts 1716 

Vaisey v. Reynolds 702. 930, 1216, 1667 
Vale V, Moorjfate Street Co . . . 89 

Valente v. Gihbs 2204 

Valentine v. Fitzsinions .... 2048 

V. Penny 2109 

Valentini v. Cannli 2197 

Vallancey t\ Fletcher .... 96, 214 

ValMc V, Dumergue 1289 

Valpy V. Sanders 2209 

Valpyft Chaplin, £:* p. . . 1326,1864 

Van V, Barnett 1371 

i;. Corpe 2169 

Van Baggen v. Baines . . . 607, 1073 

Van Cutsem, Re 370 

Van Duzer, Re 696, 697, 698 

Van Eeghen v. Jones 631 

Van Gelder v. Sowerby Bridjre Socy 1690 
Van Grutten v. Foxwell . 137, 869, 1079, 

1469 

Van Toll y. S. E. Ry 1742 

Vanaston v, Mackarly 1637 

Vanderlinden, j^xp., i?e Pogose . 762 

Vanderplank r. King 1741 

Vanderspar v. Duncan . . . 1066, 1189 

Vane r. Barnard 2217 

t;. Vane 202,360,861 

Vansittart, Exp., Re Brown 319, 1844, 

2198 

Vardon, Re 80 

Varley,i2e 33,1714 

V. Coppard .... 129, 760, 1086 

u. Whipp 513 

Varlo V, Faden 22, 471, 477 

Vamey v. Hickman 509 

Vaughan, Re 313 

V, Booth 665 



Vaughan v. Campbell 1667 

V, Taff Vale Ry 1800 

V. Vanderstegen 2202 

V. Watt 2047 

V, Weldon 278 

Vaughton v. Brine 663 

Vautin, Re 766, 1897 

Vaux r. Henderson 1270 

Vavasour, Re 1469 

Veal p. Veal 668 

Veale, i?e 79.668,1969 

Veaxey r. Chattle 1797 

Velocity, The 424 

Venables v. Baring 1261 

Venes v. Marriott 1833 

Venezuela Ry v. Kisch .... 161 

Venner v. McDonnell 1964 

Venning v. Leckie 1699 

Vera Cruz, The 466 

Verdin i;. Wray 69 

Verdun v. Les Scenrs de Notre 

Dame 1763 

Verner r. General & Commercial 

Trust 256,1672 

Vemey, Re 922, 946, 1688 

Vernon's Case 1870 

Vernon t;. Hallam 828 

V. St. James, Westminster 466, 2147 

V. Vernon 1681 

1;. Wright 742 

Verreries de TEtoUe Socy . . 58, 248 

Vesey v. Mantell 69 

Vesta, The 1872 

Vevers v. Mains 1733 

Vick 17. Sueter 643 

Vickers v Hand 94 

V. Overend 2166 

i\ Scott 899 

V. Siddell 512, 920, 1236. 1270. 1919 

Vickery v. Evans 841 

v. G. E. Ry 15 

r. L. B. & S. Ry 819 

Victoria Steamboats, Re ... , 1018 
Victorian Ry v. Coultas .... 16 

Viditz r. OHagan 1840 

Vigar V. Dudman 2066 

Vlgnier, Re 697 

Village Belle, The .... 316,1942 

ViUars, ^xp 1782 

Vince, Re 679, 1673, 1662 

Vincent v. Going 1661 

V. Newcombe 68 

17. Sodor & Man, Bp . . . . 1619 

17. Spicer 1923, 2202 

Vine V. Leeds 406 

V. Raleigh 22, 29, 2024 

Vines v. Arnold 8, 276 

t;. L. B. & S. Ry 820 

Viney v, Norwich Union Insrce 112, 629, 

1286 
Vining, Rf, Ex p. Homann . . . 1616 

Vinter v. Hind 1821, 1822 

Virginia & Maryland Steam Nav. 

Coi7. U. S 1837 

Vivar, The 2117, 2268 

Vivian, i?e 1364 

V. Jegon 1072 

V. Mersey Docks 2276 



TABLE OF CASES. 



cxxxvu 



Viriano. Moat 451 

V. Mortlock 1788 

Visetelley r. Mudie's Library . . 1619 

Vizod P. Londen 1026 

Voinet p. Barrett 2199 

Votsey, Exp., Re Knight .... 284 

Voller V, Carter 306 

Von BrockdorfE v, Malcolm . 180, 1524 

Vorley v. Richardson 184 

Vortigem, The 1809 

Towles V. Colmer 1386 

Voyseyp.Noble 1777,2060 

Vulcan. The 716,2027 

Vynior's Case 1901 

Vyse V. Brown .... 473, 684, 1080 
y. V. Bread Co v. Stnbbs ... 774 
Vyvyan 17. Arthur 663 



W. 

Wadi>bll p. Woolfe . 1007, 1729, 2171 

WadililoTe, Re 1287 

Waddington v. London .... 679 

Waddy v. Newton 27 

Wade V. Broughton 380 

f.Cox 1682 

Wadham tr. PostronsterOen. . . 1622 

Wadiing v. OHphant 1471 

Wadmorev. Toller 771 ' 

Wadsworth, Re 989, 1686 

p. Smith 1959 

Wftggett V. Armytage 681 

Wagstaff V. Wagstaff 1295 

Waikato v. New Zealand Shipping 

Co 492,1378 

Wain p. Warlters 61 

Wainman p. Rosse 767 

Wainwright, -^x» 416 

p. Blan<i . .• 746 

p. Clement 2201 

Wait p. Baker 106 

Waite,/fe 1291 

p. Combes 1216 

p. Littlewood 1999 

p. Morland . . 20, 68, 216» 684, 685 

Wake p. Hall 1128.1206 

Wakefield p. Buccleach . . 1899, 1992 

p. Lee 782 

p. Mafifet 1433 

p. Mander 103,782 

p. SUte. The 664 

Wakley p. Cooke 1002 

p. Healey 48 

Wala Wynaad Mining Co, Re 867, 1868 
Walcot p. Botfleld . . 1223, 1731, 1732 

Walcott p. Bloomfleld 186 

Waldegrave, /2e ....... 1787 

Walden, i2e, -ffjr p. Odell .... 1677 

Waldron p. Boulter .... 137, 1014 

Wale p. Inl. Rev 2089 

p. Westminster Palace Hotel 

Co 2121 

Wales p. Thomas .... 1411,1674 
Walesby p. Gouldstone .... 1371 

Waley, Re 750 

Walford p. Hackney 1888 

Walhampton, Re 2107 



Walker's Case 1669 

Walker, Kx p. . . 488, 941, 992, 1014 

, Exp,, Re Graves . 68, 1479, 1962 

f Ex p.f Re Hny^ood . ... 1665 

, Re 304, 1288. 1616, 1681, 1676, 1990 

, i2c, £;x/?. Gillibrand . . . 1860 

, Re, Ex p. mckoW .... 1291 

p. Baildon 227 

— p. Beauchamp 1604 

p. Bradford Bank 810 

p. Brisley 87, 89 

p. Camden 1082 

p. Constable 1891 

p. Crystal Palace Gas Co . . 328 

p. Evans 1498 

p. Gammage, Re Natt ... 808 

-^ p. Guarantee Assn . . . . 1010 

p. Hicks 1913 

p. Hobbs 866 

p Horner 1808 

V. Hunter 1222 

p. Lambeth W. W. Co . . 170, 664 

p. Lilleshall Co 16 

'^—' If, London 1744 

p. Lond. & Prov. Insrce . 280, 948 

p. Lond. & S. W. Ry ... 1914 

p. Main 1432 

p. Mottram 828 

p. Nussey 694 

p. Payne 1489 

p. Petchell 63 

p. Remmett 1087 

p. Richardson .... 1464, 1995 

V, Uostron 2117 

p. Shore 841 

p. Stretton 1489 

p. Uilelli 1958, 2214 

p. Walker 1026, 1666 

p. Wilsher 817, 2260 

Walker & Brown, /?e 1690 

Wall, Re 439 

, Re, Pomeroy p. Will way 517, 1877 

V. Byrne 868, 1918 

p. Eyre 62 

-^ p. London & Northern Assets 

Corp 77. 863 

p. Taylor 573, 674, 1726 

p. WaU 484 

Wallace, ^x;> 1668 

P.Allan 1029 

p. A-G 1122, 1123 

p. Bayldon 1064 

V. Gibson 281 

Wftllasey p. Gracey 1664 

Waller, Re 1211 

p. Andrews 1407, 1410, 1436, 1801. 

2013 

p. Snow 862 

Wallerstein v, Herbert .... 149 

Wallinger, Re 806 

Wallingford p. Mutual Socy ... 1129 

Wallington p. Hoskins 679 

Wallis, /2« 81.1979 

, Re, Et p. SaWy . . . 286,1163 

p. Hands 1995 

-^— p. Jackson 1495 

p. Lomns 2087 

p. Lond. & S, W. Ry . . . . 2069 



CXXXVIU 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Pag« 

Wallis v. Robinson 1494 

V. Smith 626, 1104, 1106, 1106, 1733 

Wallis aiid Barnard, Re .... 2110 

Walls i;. Atcheson 1996 

Wallsend v. Murphy 1890 

Walmsley v. Matthews .... 1020 

». Milne 1469 

V. Rice 996 

Walpole V. Boughton 923 

Walrund v. Pollard 266 

Walsall Case 881,1162 

Walsall V. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . 1360 

Walsby p. Aniej 1214,2062 

Walsh, 12e 1291 

V. Grier 2169 

V. Johnston 1012, 1013 

t;. Lincoln Bp 1276 

V. Lonsdale 181, 2197 

17. Queen, The 128 

V Secretary of State for India 281, 

1697 

V. Trevanion .... 808, 1839 

1;. Walley 207,2206 

V. Whiteley 492 

Walshaw v. Brighouse 786 

Walter, Exp 1888 

V.Drew 1831 

». Everard 1249,1638 

i;. Howe 204, 1466 

». Lanei 149,204,368 

u. Meakin 1082 

V. Rumbal 187 

V. Selfe 1299 

V. Smith 749 

u. Steinkopfl .... 817,1411 

Walters p. Green 186 

V. Morgan 1886 

P.Webb 1642 

Walthamstow p. Henwood . . . 243 

p. SuineB 660 

Walton, i;«» 487 

,Iie 862,864 

p. Edge 1696, 2266 

V. Lavater 2148 

V. Mascall 887 

p. Ma»kell 887 

p. Walford 1103 

Walton on the Hill p. Jones . . . 1068 
Wnncke c. Wingren . 416, 1871, 2267 
Wandsworth p. United Telephone 

Co 2181 

Wanklyn v. Woollett 1866 

Wansbeck Ry, /?e 1649 

Wanstead p. Hill . . . 1297, 1299, 1366 

Want p. Canipain 1661 

p. StalUbrass 1331 

Wanzer, /2fi 1830 

Warbrick p. Varley 292 

Warburton p. Heyworth .... 678 

p. Huddersfleld Industrial Socy 1066 

Ward, f?« . 10,130,836,946,1207,1760 

p. Byrne 738 

p. Const 854 

p. Duncombe 1292 

p. Evre 600. 1981 

p. Folkestone W. W. Co 1366, 1697 



Ward p. Gray 218 

p. Grey . . 1076,1077,1084,1876 

p. Hobbs 704 

p. I^wson 827, 2161 

p. Lumley 262 

— p. Monaghan 1 105 

p. Pilley 1676 

p. Portsmouth 1695 

r. Turner 812 

p. Ward 4, 614 

p. Weir 358 

Ward and Corballis, Re ... . 2099 

Warde p. Stuart 2231 

Warden p. Tye 1972 

Warden St. Paul's p. The Dean . 837 
Wardle p. Brocklehurst . . 109,2223 

Wardroper p. Cutfield 468 

p. Richardson 1026 

Ware,i2« . . . 1724,1781,1823,2183 

p. Egmont 840 

P.L.B. &S. Ry 1986 

Waring p. Lee 1263 

p. Scotland 1072 

Warkworth. The 920. 1246 

Warlow p. Harrison .... 2261, 2262 

Warman p. Seaman 101 1 

Warminster & Wilts Co. Co., Re . 1137 

Warn p. Bickford 32 

Wame p. Seebohm 408 

Wameford p. Thompson .... 178:^ 
Warner p. Brighton Aquarium Co 020 

P.Jacob 2123 

p Moir 1732 

p. Willington .... 1289, 1882 

Warren, £:x ».,/{« Hollnnd . . . 1864 

,Re. .183,301,434,766,1011,1014 

p. Murray . . . 2b6, 1083, 2024 

p. Mustard 606, 781. 896, 925, 1878 

p. Peabody . . . 838, 1189, 1668 

p. Phillips 738 

p. Kichardson . . . ? 784, 1693 

Warrender p. Warrender .... 1166 
Warrick p. Queen's College . 970, 1062 

Warrington v. Furbor 1699 

P.Leake ' . 640 

p. Warrington 1023 

Warrington W. W. Co p. Long- 

shaw 87 

Warter p. Warter .... 1166, 1681 

Warton r. Robinson 1774 

Warwick v. Graham 1681 

p Scott 407 

Warwick & Birmingham Can. p. 

Birmingham Can. 767, 1198, 2063, 2070 
Warwick & Napton Can., Re . . 342 

Wash,/?e 1911 

Washer p. Elliott 366 

Washington p. Young 1183 

Wnshoe p. Ferguson 1492 

Wass, Re 681 

Wassell p. Wassell 616 

Wasteneys v. Wasteneys .... 682 
Watchorn p. Langford .... 1104 

Waterer p. Waterer 1009 

Waterfall p. Penistone 1469 

Waterford p. Barton 1626 



1 At pp. 149, 204, this case is erroneously printed as Walker r. Lane. 



TABLE OF CASES. 



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Page 
Waterford Ry v. G. W. Ry ... 1728 

V. Kearney 010, 1254 

r. Pidcock 1863 

Waterhouse, Re 1879 

F.Gilbert 714 

r. Keen 1349, 1628 

Waterloo Bridge Co v. Cull . 1409, 1410 
Wateriow p. Sharp .... 1113, 1297 

Waterman v, Ayers 697 

Waterpark p. Fennell . . . 1232,2190 

Waters. Exp 942 

, He 400 

p. Monarch Insrce . 937, 038, 994 

p. Thanet 6 

Watkins, i2e 1068 

,Re,Exp,'ErtinB 407 

p. Barnard 478, 1477 

P.Frederick 638,971 

p. Lea 770, 1063 

— ^ p. Morgan 095 

P.Nash 499 

p. Scottish Imperial Insrce . 1734 

Watkinson p. Wrexham Ry . . . 684 

Watney p. Ewart 1107 

p. Musgrave 1678 

Watson's Case 2049 

Watson, £:x;> 763 

, Re . 192, 193, 662, 1074, 1470, 2259 

, Re, Ex p. Oram 1973 

p. Arundel 94,604,899 

P.Atkins 776,1816 

p. Birch 1027 

p. Cotton 2212 

P.Denton 1907 

p. Gray 1421 

p. Hayes 2236 

p. Holliday 469,1106 

p. Leamington College ... 84 

r. M'Cann 2192 

p. McLean 2278 

p. ^iartin 988 

p. Petts 1627 

p. Rodwell 1910 

— r. Royal Insrce 1627 

p. Sandie 666, 746 

p. Spratley 826 

p. Strickland 1148 

— p. Young 386 

Wattnough v. Holgate 1334 

Watts, /?« .... 940,996,998,2129 

p. Ainswortli 2207 

p. Jefferyes 301 

p. Kelson . . . 1262, 1768, 2132 

p. Porter 648 

p. Shuttleworth 1858 

Wangh p. Middleton 1297 

Wauton p. Coppard 587, 1299, 1800, 1:^1 
Waverley Typewriter Co, /2e . . 786 

Way p. Bassett 142 

Wayman, /2« 1670 

Wear Commra p. Adamson . . 91, 240 

Weare,i2e 1207 

Wearing p. Wearing 1715 

Weatherley p. Calder 264 

Weaver V. Cardiff 170 

P.Floyd 121 

Webb,i2e 404 

p. Bird 595^1363 



Page 

Webbp. Byng 1111 

p. Earle 446, 660 

p. Fagotti .... 231.892,978 

p. Fairmaner 1223 

p. Hearing 861 

p. Herring 1968 

p. Jonas 1228, 1661 

p. Knight 813 

— — p. Manders 245 

p. Oldfleld 295 

p. Shaw 428 

p. Stenton 472, 473 

p. Whiffln 1427, 2122 

p. Wools 1630 

Webber, Re 354, 585, 646, 946, 1277, 1842 

p. Lee 997, 1094 

p. Richards 875 

Weblin p. Ballard 492 

Webster. /?« . . . 70.651,1846,1860 

— p. Appleton 911 

p. Ashton-under-Lyne . . . 32, 38 

P.Bond 2262 

— ^ V. Donaldson 841 

p. Power 961 

p. Seekamp 1261 

p. Southey 205 

p Webster 472 

Weddell p. Mundy 52, 1206 

Wedderbum. Re 270, 1815 

p. AthoU 1265 

Wedgwood p. Denton 852 

Wedgwood Coal Co, /?«... . 1209 

Weed p. Ward 19,1638 

Weeding, Re 1861 

Weeds p. Bristow 1263 

Weekes. /?« 1632 

Weeks p. Birch 1559, 1620 

p. Kent 786 

Wega, The 839 

Wegener p. Smith .... 866,1435 

Weguelin p. Cellier 856 

r. Wayall 1834 

p. Wyntt 1834 

Weigall p. Brome 1658 

Wei kersheim's Case 1693 

Weir p. Aberdeen 1809 

p. Girvin 46 

p. Union Co 323, 2236 

Weir Commrs p. Adamson . . . 456 

Welby p. Still 483, 1476 

Welch, Re 1324 

Weld p. S. W. Ry 676 

Weldon p. Bradshaw 1076 

P.Dicks 1619 

p. Gounod 2277 

p. Maples 1910 

Welford p. Beazeley 1289 

Weller p. Collins 1314 

p. Stone 1296 

Welles p. Middleton 2125 

Wellesley p. Wellesley .... 2218 

p. Withers 539,1702 

Wells, Re .... 895, 946, 1142, 1841 

p. Attenborough 2191 

p. Brook 1910 

p. Chelmsford 1390 

p. Greenhill 93 

r. Hopwood 1944 



cxl 



TABLE OF CASES. 



Wells v.Ody 1145 

r. Porter 1014 

I?. Stanforth 1862 

17. WelU 1268. 1204 

Welsbach Co u. Kew Incandescent 

Co 2166 

Welsford ». Todd 1621 

Welstead, /?e 2173 

Welsted v. Swansea Bank ... 470 

Welton V. Saffery 1878 

Wendon v. London Co. Co. . . 227, 686 

Wenham, i?e 176 

Wenlock t;. River Dee Co ... 980 

Wenman v. Ash 1619 

V.Lyon 1166 

Wenmoth, Re 810, 320 

Wennail v. Adney 1226 

Wensley, /2e 1910 

Wentworth v. Clay 885 

». Mathieu 1178 

Werborgh v. Hutchinson .... 1880 

Werle v. Colquhoun 265 

Wesley. The 2088 

West, Re . 24, 688, 989, 1486, 1747. 2147 

17. Dobb 1307,2278 

r. Errissey 708 

V. Francis 408 

V. I^wday 1068 

r. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 2128 

r. Miller 031, 1678 

V. Moore 702 

p. Orr 1969 

V. Potts 621 

V. Primate of Ireland . . . 1846 

V. Ray 2278 

1'. Shuttleworth 1989 

f. Skip 812 

t;. Turrier, Re Kelly .... 138 

West of England & South Wales 

District Bank, Re 2094 

West Derby v, Atcham .... 807 

p. Metrop Assrce .... 617,916 

West Friesland, The 1251 

West Ham v. E. London W. W. Co 2217 

V. Grant 966 

17. G. E, Ry 688 

17. lies 1629 

r. Ovens .... 1816,1818,2172 

V. St. Matthew, Bethnal Green 474, 

1736 
West Hartlepool v. Robinson . . 660 
West India, &c, Telegraph Co v. 

Home & Col. Mar Insrco . . . 1465 
W^est Lancashire Ry, /?«... . 2122 
West London Commercial Bank v. 

Kitson 741 

West London Ry v. Bernard . . 287 

17. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 605 

West London Sy nd. v. Inl. Rev. 634, 1588, 

1781 
West Middlesex W. W. Co t7. Cole- 
man 87, 664 

t;. Snwerkrop 825 

West Norfolk Manure Co v. Arch- 
dale 747 

West Riding, Exp 779 

17. Holmflrth .... 279.1177 

West Riding Bg Socy, Re 948, 1090, 1186 



Page 
West Riding Jus. r. The Qaeen 281, 1 1 37, 

2111 
West Surrey Water Coi7 Chertaey 1989, 

2224 

Westacott v. Sevan 1686 

17. Stewart 1897 

Westcar p. Westcar 681 

Westcott V. Hodges 471 

Western v. Bailey 873 

». M'Dermot 226 

Western Bank of Scotland v. Addle 1 744 
Western Counties Bakeries Co, Re 1325 
Western Suburban, &c, Bg Socy 

17. Martin 266, 661 

Western Wagon Co t7. West. . . 180 

Westerton v. Liddell 1868 

Westfaling t7. Westfaling 869, 1058,2028 
Westmhister v. Bedford .... 1629 

Westmore t7. Paine 425, 427 

Westmoreland Slate Co v. Feilden 160 

Westoll 17. Carter 1075 

Weston 17. Arnold 1421 

17. Barton 98 

Westport Co t7. McPhail .... 1168 
Westropp V. Commrs of Public 

Works 1287 

V. Elligott 62, 1427 

Westrup V. Gt. Yarmouth Co . . 2074 
Wetherell v. Wetherell .... 995 
Wetherhead v. Armitage .... 874 
Whaite v. Lane. & Y. Ry . . . . 1400 
Whaley Bridge Printing Co v. 

Green 1677 

Whalley v. Tompson 109 

Wharlton v. Kirkwood .... 912 
Wharton 17. Barker .... 1279,2043 

17. Masterman 22 

Whateley 17. Spooner . . . 1216.2285 
Whatley i7. Hollowsy ... 1805, 1778 

Wheat 17. Brown 673 

Wheatley i'. Brymbo Coal Co . . 2265 

V. Silkstone Co 723 

Wheaton t7. Maple . . . 8,595^1363 

Wheeldon v. Burrows 1262 

Wheeler, Re 1826 

17. Addams 2043 

V. Humphreys .... 891, 1793 

17. Metrop Bd of Works . . 1578 

17. Smith 1683 

17. Tootel 1087 

Wheeler and De Rochow, Re 940, 1283 
Wheeler and Wilson Co t7. Shake- 
spear 55 

Wheelwright t7. Walker . . 2069, 2108 

Whelan,& 68 

17. Fisher 1005 

17. Palmer 499 

Whetstone v. Dewis 1687 

Whicker 17. Hume . .261,526,666,600 

Whickham v. Ashe 774 

Whiley v. Wiley 640 

Whinney, Ex p., Re Sanders . . 716 

Whistler 17. Paslowe 2268 

Whiston, Re 706 

Whitaker, /fs . . . . 1741,1814,1828 

17. Derby 1265,1347 

17. Wisbey 462 

Whitby 17. Mitchell 1520 



TABLE OF CASES. 



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Page 

Whitchot t?. Fox 2208 

Wliitcliureh, Exp, 438, 1254, 1347, 1976 

White'8Ca»e 928 

White. £:x» 668,1671 

, iSTxp., /?«Nevia 496 

, He 197, 2ua, 636, 1077, 1216, 1690, 

1704, 1788 

,/^^ Ax ©.Mason 68 

17. Baker. 606,2000 

V. Barber 1623 

9. Barrack 482 

V, Beazley 2091 

V. Binstead 2008 

r. Birch 1812,1386 

r. Bowron 1868 

V. Brigga 1631, 1682 

p. By water 120, 1244 

9. Carmarthen Ry . . . . 1112 

r. Carter 122 

V, Cliitty 66, 168, 164 

V. CoUina 869, 860 

17. Cuddon 1413 

V. Feast 203, 688, 2244 

17. Fulham 1272 

V. Furness 1892 

V. Gerocli 1618, 1864 

V. Granada S. S. Co . . . . 1094 

t*. G. W. Ry 1666 

r. Headland's Co . . . 660, 1684 

V. Higlit 1074 

V. Hill 1074 

V. Hunt 1470 

V.Lake 1076 

r. Morley 1439 

17. Norwood Burial Bd . . . 1860 

V, Nicholson 1296 

17. Parker 1469 

17. Repton 86 

17. Southend Hotel Co . 183, 1922, 

2073 

V. Steel 1186 

17. TurnbuU 693 

r. Tyndall 2042 

r. White 444 

17. Winchester S. S. Co . . . 1657 

17. YeoWl 673 

Wliite's Charities, /?e 386 

Wiiiteaway ». Godard 764 

Whitechurch v. Cavanagh . . . 286 

Whitehead v. Clifford 1996 

17. Parks 1946 

17. Sevenoaks 681 

t7. Whitehead 660, 676 

Whitehouse, Re 891 

17. Fellowes 277 

17. Wolverhampton Ry . . 781 

Whitehurst 9. Fincher 2148 

Whitehiw 9. Whitelaw .... 1011 

Whiteley, Exp 64 

9. Armitage 121 

9. Barley .... 72,167,999 

t7. Chappell 632,1476 

Whitfield 9. Brand 1618 

9. Lahgdale 700, 1226 

Whitham 9. Whitham 1417 

Whithorn ». Thomas 1736 

Whitley, /ie . . . . 1880, 1882, 1883 
V. Challis 829 



Page 

Whitley 9. Gough 1996 

Whitlock 9. Horton 430 

Whitmore 9. Green 661 

9. Wenlock 228 

Whitotable Free Fishers v, Elliott 1241 

Whittaker, /?e 1829 

9. Lowe 938 

Whittemore 9. Whittemore ... 638 
Whittington v. Seale-Uayne . . 979 
Whittle 9. Frankland . . . 614,2176 

Whittome 9. Lamb 1311 

Whitlon, Ex p., Re Greaves ... 479 

Whitty 9. Dillon 2066 

Whiiwell,/26 820 

9. Harrison 1248, 1609 

Whit wham 9. Westminster Brymbo 

Co 2226 

Whitwood Co 9. Hardman . . . 2237 
Whitworth 9. Crockett .... 1699 

9. Gaugain 648 

9. Humphries 1069 

Whymper 9. Harney .... 418, 944 
Whyte 9. Tyndall .... 1024,2042 
Whytehead 9. Bolton, Re Bowman 1999 
Wickenden 9. Webster . 237, 1664, 1616 
Wickens, Ax;j. . . . 1144,1668,1670 

9. Steel 138 

Wicker 9. Norris 2143 

Wickham 9. Hawker 767. 902, 1671, 1780, 

1836 

9. Lee 276, 1468 

r. Pliillips 693 

V, Walker 966 

V. Wickham 91, 2247 

Wicks, £x p. . . 946 

Wicksteed r. Biggs 323 

Widdow, Re 1543 

Wiedemann v. Walpole . . . . 1170 
Wieler 9. Schilizzi .... 248, 2009 
Wigan 9. Strange . 161, 627, 1899, 1927 

Wigens v. Cook 1688 

Wight's Mortgage Trust, Re . . 402 

Wigmore v. Wigmore 1779 

Wigram 9. Buckley ... 648, 1107 

9. Joyce 406 

Wilberforce 9. Hearfield .... 1794 
Wilbraham 9. Livesey . . 2164, 2169 

Wilby 9. Elston 1281 

Wilce 17. Wilce 67, 662 

Wilcock, Re . 984 

Wilcox 9. Redhead 1057. 2157,2168,2169 
Wilcoxon, Re, Ex p. Griffith . . 2190 

Wild's Case 806 

Wild 9. Southwood 891, 661 

9. Waygood . . 372, 1260, 22G9 

Wilday 9. Barnett 806 

Wildbore 9. Gregory 1288 

Wilde 9. Sheridan 276 

9. Holtzmeyer 68, 1512 

Wilder, Re 63 

Wildes 9. Russell 1208 

Wilding V. Sanderson 1336 

Wiley 9. Chanteperdrix .... 186 
Wilhelm Tell, The .... 1787,1807 

Wilkes 9. Ellis 148, 222 

9. Saunion ..;.... 1034 

Wilkins, Exp 738 

9. Day 1808 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



PftgB 

Wilkins V. Jodrell . 628, 789, 1 141, 1142 

V. Roebuck 806 

Wilkinson, i?e 805,2081 

, Re, Ex p. Stubbins .... 434 

V. Adam 303, 1253 

V. Anglo-Californian Co . . 1863 

w. Beal 355 

V. Bewicke 972 

r. Calvert 1891 

». Candlish 1803 

». Collyer . . . 127,2011,2014 

V, Downton 15 

V. Gaston 778 

r. Hall 2025 

V. Hyde 2073 

V. Jobems 820 

V. Jolinson 252 

i;.JouKhin 1986,2*240 

r. Lindgren 1704 

V. Malin 1703 

». Peel 586 

1;. Rogers . . . 401,1555,1873 

c;. Smart 190 

V. Verity 277 

V, Wilkinson .... 516, 1782 

Wilks, //« 1847 

V. Bannister .... 429, 1810 

— V. Groom 322 

V. Wood 1107 

Willan V. Lancaster 2044 

Willans v. Avers 1690 

Willcock V. TerreU 473 

Willes V. Douglas 187 

r. Greenhiil 1860 

Willesden and Mid. Ry, Re , , . 683 
WiUesden and Wright, Re , . . 550 

Willesford v. Watson 2074 

Willett V. Boote 7 

Willetts V. Watt 492, 2226 

William & John, The 1981 

William Beckford, The ..... 1787 
William Lushington, The . . . 1099 

William Money, The 1099 

Williames, Re 1041 

Williams' Case 810 

WUliams, Axp 755,1816 

, Ex ».. Re Sari 2102 

, Re 9, 90. 481. 681. 806. 1383, 1530, 

1531, 1751. 1841, 1910, 2118 

, Re, Williams v. Acton . 526, 1738 

17. Adams 203 

V. African S. S. Co . . . . 2173 

V. Ashton 1278 

V Bayley 683 

V, Beaumont 8l« 

V. Bosanquet 2022 

p. Brisco 1958 

r. Burgess .... 54, 1317. 2257 

». Burrell 502,587 

r. Cart Wright 1254 

V. Davis 679 

V, Deggan 245 

P.Ellis 261 

V. Evans 576 

V. Germaine 681 

V. Glenton 2246 

p. Golding . . . 1366.1367,2094 

V, Goose 1527 



Pkge 

Williams v. Harding 394 

V. Hathaway 1597 

V. Holmes 1616 

V. Hughes 871 

r. Jarrett 461 

P.Jenkins 2024 

V. Jones 411 

p. Kershaw 83 

p. Lake 61, 1289 

p. Lear 2010 

p. Lloyd 29 

p. Lond. & N. W. Ry . . . 1647 

p. Long 1768 

r. McDonald .... 201,2092 

p. Magyer 2230 

V. Mason 1883 

p. Mercier 685, 630 

P.Nash 461 

p. North China Insrce . . . 773 

p. Nunn 1663 

p. Owen 1296 

p. Papworth . . 101, 998. 1141, 1142 

p. Phillips .... 100, 178. 867 

p. Pinckney 18.644 

p. Pott 2279 

p. Powning 1272 

P.Raggett 861,1669 

V. Salisbury 6p 2050 

P. Smith 1604 

p. Stem 488, 490 

V, Swansea Canal Nav. 1865, 1969 

P.Thomas 2119.2260 

p. Trench 62. 600 

p. Wallasey 218 

V. Wandsworth Bd of Works 212, 

782,1388 

p. Waid 817 

p. Waters 1901 

p. Wilcox . . . 877. 1088, 2229 

p. Williams 247. 810. 478, 514. 694, 

1011, 1215, 1216, 1532, 1813 

P.Wright 44 

p. Wynne 936 

Williams & Parry, Re 1882 

Williams and Stepney, /7e . 1959,2061 

Williamson p. Allison 1801 

p. Hine 1163 

p. Moore 1263 

p. Norris .... 1046,1466,1824 

p. N. Staffordshire Ry . . . 1912 

p. Tiemey 693 

p. Williamson .... 1102, 2160 

Willingale p. Maitland 970 

Willis, Re 193 

, Re, Exp, Kennedy .... 148 

p. Beauchamp 778 

p. Curtois . . 74, 206. 898, 1474 

p. Howe 361, 1669 

p.Plaskett 1215 

P.Poole 866 

p. Thorp 290, 485, 1865 

p. Watney 807, 2282 

p. Wells 661 

Willmott, i26 678,1433 

p. Barber 1980 

Willock p. Noble 709,710 

Willoughby p. Horridge .... 848 
p. Middleton 644 



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Page 
Willoughby ». Willoughby ... 1258 

Willows ». Ball 1217 

Willox r. Rhodes 842 

WilU V. Luff 1446 

V, WilU 137, 142, 2042 

Willson V. Carey 2196 

r. Lore .... 1104,1106.1445 

Wilmer v. McNamara 1672 

Wilmot,J5:x».,yee Thompson .433.434 

,Re, , 307.1012 

0. Alton . . . 300.471,478,1683 

Wilmott 9. Freehold House Co 776 

Wilson. Exp 162 

. Re 80, 360, 1068, 1461, 1881, 2200 

P.Abbott 2284 

». AlUree ........ 2016 

p. Atkinson 2269 

p. Barnes 86 

p. Beddard 1881 

p. Brett 889 

p. Buchanan 1243 

p. Burne 663 

p. Bury 390 

p. Dickson 84, 2174 

p. Duguid 1701 

p. Eden 896,1063 

p. Fendall 2060 

p. Ford 1260 

p. Glasgow Tramways Co . 1168. 

2269 

p. Glossop 2240 

p. Greaves 1896 

P.Halifax 669,1629 

p. Hatton 1088 

p. Hood .... 428. 1686, 2031 

p. Kingston-npon-HuU . . . 466 

p. Knubley . . . .471.477.1915 

p. Kynock ..... 1621,1728 

p. Lloyd 1295 

p. Loveland 1688 

p. M'Mains 1909 

p. Mount 1241 

p. Moy Fisheries Co ... . 28 

p. NeUon 1608 

p. Newberry .... 1300.1601 

p. Nightingale .... 1291, 1836 

p. Parker 1627 

p. RasUll 642 

p. Roberts 893 

p. Robertson 916 

p. St Giles, Camberwell . . 1272 

p. Salford 1161 

P. Smith 486,2186 

p. Sunderland 970 

r. Thomas 1470 

p. Turner 1141 

p. Wallanl 880 

p. West Hartlepool Ry . . . 1178 

p. Willes 2109 

p. Xantho. The . 460, 1468, 1464 

p. Zulueta 1060 

Wilson and Eastern Counties Nav. 

Co 396, 687. 1969 

Wilson and Stephens, Re . , . , 2246 

Wilson-Stewart, Re lo3 

Wilton p. Colvin ... 628, 1618, 1860 
Wilts Bank p. Hammond .... 818 
WUuhear p. CottreU . . 701, 733, 784 



Page 

Wiltshire, 7?e 1296.2103 

P.Baker 1873 

p. Sidford 1421,1422 

p. Willett 1878 

Wimbish p. Tailbois 431 

Wimbledon p. Croydon .... 1847 

p. Underwood .... 666,1409 

Wimbledon Common Cons. p. Dixon 2062. 

2224 
Winch p. Thames Conservators . 2076 

p. Winchester 1226 

Winchilsea. i?« 1787 

p. Beckley 1171 

Winder, Exp 1890,1616 

, Re . 1420 

Windle p. Barker 2046 

Windover p. Smith 1869 

Windsor Ry. /?« 2247 

Windus p. Windus .... 1076,1737 
Winehouse p. Winehouse, /2e Maggi 1741, 

1814 
Winestead. The .... 830, 648, 2099 

Wing p. Angrave 1644 

p. Earle 27 

Wingate p. Foster 139.140 

Wingfleld, Exp 1619. 1784 

p. Winfffleld .... 863,1849 

Wingrore, Re 1881 

p. Wingrove 2126 

Winn p. Bull 1967,1968 

p. Mossman 209 

Winnipeg p. Barrett . . . 1627, 1668 
Winnipeg Street Hy p. Winnipeg 

Electric Street Ry 1961 

Winsford Local Bd p. Cheshire 

Lines Committee 688 

Winslow.i?tf 206 

p. Tighe 1070 

Winsmore p. Greenbank .... 1666 
Winspear p. Accident Insrce . . 280 

Winston, The 1112 

Winstone.ife 1644 

Winter. Ax » 2103 

, Re . . , . . , 1236, 1684, 2162 

p. Loreday 602 

p. Miles 1771 

Winterbottom, /?e 1663 

p. Lees 1698 

Wintle. ife 1431,1646,2286 

Wirrall p. Newell 681 

Wisconsin p. Pelican Insrce . . . 1444 

Wise,/?* 1141 

p. Birkenshaw 1179 

Wiseman p. Cotton 70 

p. Vandeputt 1942 

Withall,i?« 369 

Witham p. Vane 1871 

p. Witham 760 

Witherby p. Rackham . . . 1469, 1470 
Withemsea Brickworks, /?«... 476 

Withers p. Withers 871 

Withington r. Herring .... 1211 

P.Manchester .... 1298,1300 

p. Withington 940 

Withy p. Mangles . . 1083,1277,1280 

Witt p. Amiss 668 

P.Banner 1007,1917 

— p. Corcoran '542 



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Page 
Witted 9. Galbroith . . . 1254,1581 
Wiz V. Rutton ... 292, 138S, 2012 

Wolff V. HurncaBtle 379 

1;. Koppel 91 

Wolley V. Jeokins 631 

Wolmerliausen v, O'Connor . . . 882 
Wolmershaiuen v. GuUick . . . 1090 
WoUUnton v. Nordiwicb .... 1735 

Wolstenholme, /2e 1291 

Wolton V. Gavin 1358, 1858 

Wolverhampton v. BiUton . 858, 2220 

V, Salop Co. Co 680 

Wolverhampton Tramways Co v, 

G. W. Ry 1766 

Wolveridge u. Steward .... 1957 
Wolverton v. AG. ... 66, 1273, 1966 
Wonibwell v. fielasyse .... 1358 
Wood,i?e . 554,684,1240,1462,1860, 

2045 

p. Beard 1214 

V. Boosey 149, 1590 

17. Bowron 1004,2051 

p. Burgess 979,992 

r. Chart 2090 

V. Cooper 85, 226 

V. Copper Miners' Co . 818, 20«2 

u. Cox 818, 1532 

V. Davis 1214, 1706 

f. Dixie 201 

i;. Dorrall 2226 

V.Douglas 1622 

V. Durham 1170 

r. Hunt 1425 

r. Lake 2115 

1;. Lambert 2059 

1;. Leadbitter 1094 

». London Co. Co. 1949, 1951, 2086 

I'. McCarthy 1789 

u. Middleton .... 200,1603 

V, Norton 171 

V. Odessa W. W. Co ... 1396 

V, Penoyre 2234, 2283 

V, Riley 1426 

r. liowcliffe 1839 

17. Silcock 1957 

V. Smith 1561 

V, Veal 877 

V, Walsh .... 1720, 1797, 2026 

17. Waud 22.1 

17. Wheater 16b7 

17. White 387 

17. Widnes 1976 

17. Wood 1217,2160 

Wood's Co. /?e 202 

Woodall,J&rp 716,1309 

, lU 434 

Woodard v, Billericay 1392 

V. Dowsing 1344 

Woodcock V. Gibson 83 

W^oodfall, /2e 1910 

Woodgate, /?« 2166 

U.Godfrey 136 

Woodhall, Re 437, 439 

Woodham, /?« 662 

17. Atlantic Transport Co . . 562 

17. London Co. Co 5^53 

Woodhouse t7. Etheridge .... 776 
— t^r.Herrick 1011,1412 



P*8» 

Woodhouse V. Jenkins . . . 480, 1259 

P.Murray 403,404 

t7. Walker 562. 7 1 1, 104 1, 1913, 2280 

p. Woods . 1854 

Woodhouselee v. Dairy mple . . 303 

Woodley V. Mitchell 1454 

Woodroofev Creed 1063 

Woods V. De Mattoa 483 

p. Townley 1111 

p. Woods 694 

Woods and Lewis, i2e . . . 489,2245 

Woodstock p. bhiilito 1845 

p. Shipton-on-Stour .... 957 

Woodtborp p. Spencer 881 

Woodward p. Ball 97 

p. Dowse 2251 

p. L. & N. W. Ry 1397 

Woodworth p. Sugden 627 

Woodyer p. Hadden 877 

Woolcomb r. Woolcomb .... 821 

Woolcott p. Peggie 2144 

Wooldridge. £x;7 551 

Wooler p. Knott 60 

Woolf p. Hamilton 797,909 

Woolford's Trustee p. Levy . 1333, 2008 
Woollam p. Kenworthy .... 644 

Woollett p. Harris 2146 

WoqUey p. Broad 1590 

p. Kay 166, 999, 1324 

Woolmore p. Burrows 328. 855, 1248, 1952 

Woolwich p. Gardiner 1442 

p. Robertson 1803 

Worcester, Bp, Case 1163 

Worcestersliire Co. Co. p. Worcester 181 

Wordsworth p. Harley 28 

p. Wood 1998 

Worley p. St. Mary AbbotU . 280, 1268, 

1269 

Wormald. Re 65. 92 

p. Muzeen 1377 

Worsley. Rt 7 

p. Worsley 1844 

Worthington p. Gimson .... 109 

p. Hulton 1176 

Worts p. Cubitt 1242 

Wragg, /?«.... 182, 351, 1209, 1374 
Wray p. Egremont .... 1133, 1836 

p. Vesper 2190 

Wreck Recovery Co. /?e . . . . 1254 

Wren p. Pocock 398 

r. Wield 2080 

Wrench p. Murray 980 

Wrexham p. Hardcastle .... 1881 

Wrexham, &c, Ry, /?« 2267 

Wrey, Re, Stuart p. Wrey . . . 2234 

Wride p. Dyer 618, 1298 

Wright. Re .... 605, 1297, 1675 

, Ad, ^x/). Arnold 391 

p. Atk} ns 694, 695, 897, 1287, 1580 

p. Bagnall 817 

p. Bull 650 

p. Burroughes 748 

p. Clements 2030 

p. Davies 1887 

V. Frant 1849 

r. Horton 1854 

r. Ingle .... 894, 1C56, 1888 

p. Kemp 1348 



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Page 

Wright V. Marsom 1848 

r. Monarch Bg Socjr . ... 551 

p. New Zealand Shipping Co 2G0, 768 

c. Pearson 272 

P.Rattray 2075 

i^.Reed 1441 

r. Shelton 2272 

p. Smith 2249 

r. Tracey 1086,2024 

V, Vernon 742 

r.Wakeford 147 

r. Wallaaey 591 

r. Wilkin 364, 673 

r. Williams 2222 

r. Woodgate 1558 

Wright to Marshall. /?e .... 2025 

Wright & Co, /2c 554 

Wnghtson p. Calvert 1211 

Wroteslev p. Adams 671, 700, 701, 845, 

1309, 1905, 2032 

Wrottghton v. Turtle . . . 494, 1897 

Wyat Wild's Case 847 

Wyattp. Gems 2016 

V. Mackenzie 1928 

Wybttrd v. Tuck 845 

Wykham p. Wykham 1253 

Wylde, Re 1023 

r. Radford 1816 

Wylie, i?« 710,1138 

Wyllie p. Harrison 450 

Wylson p. Dunn 1058 

Wyman p. Paterson .... 66,1674 

Wynch, Exp. . 1012 

, He 859 

Wyndham, &p 162 

p. Chetwynd 482 

p. Way 2096 

Wynne p. Fletcher 2168 

p. Ronaldson 463 

p. Tempest 967,1678 

p. Wynne 614 

Wythes, fle 2024 



X. 

Xbnos p. Wickham . 



Y. 



498, 1886 



Tabbicom p. King 107 

Yale P. The King 1863 

YandelI,/2« 1904 

Yarborough p. Bank of England . 619 

Yardley p. Jones 1784 

Yarmouth v. France . 1049, 1498, 2269 

Yarrow, Re, Collins v. Weymouth . 193 

Yites,^*/) 619 



PAge 
Yates, 2?« . . . 631,1469,186.3.2197 

, Re, Batcheldor p. Yates 95, 136, 1817, 

1829 

p. Chorlton 1311, 1316 

p. Evans 1677 

V. Higgins 665 

p. Pym 1548 

p. The Queen .... 1563,1592 

Ydun,The 1605 

Yeadon Case 676 

Yeadon W. W. Co and Rinns, Re . 2268 
Yeatman v, Yeatman . . 274, 514, 515 

Yelland p. Winter 1148 

Yellowly r. Gower 2260 

Yelverton v. Yelverton .... 566 

Yerbury, Re 2122 

Yewens v. Noakes 1834 

York, Re 2038 

York (Dean of). Re 438, 440 

Yorke v. Grenaugh 843 

Yorkshire Insrce p. Clayton . . 553, 660, 
893, 896, 2028 
Yorkshire Ry Wagon Co p. Maclure 649 
Yorkshire & N. Mid. Ry p. The 

Queen S90, 898, 1178, 1854 

Youghal 254 

Young, Exp 824 

, Re ... 1416, 1650, 1862, 2086 

V. Billiter 2198 

V. Cook 816, 1887 

p. Cuthbertson 877 

p. Da vies 1329 

V. Douglas 178 

»p. Gattbridge .... 1868,1488 

p. Higgon 141, 1294 

V. Jones 418 

p. Robertoon 2188 

p. Rosenthal .... 1964, 2166 

p. Royal Leamington Spa 965, 1856, 

1857 

V. S. African Co ... . 862, 487 

p. Soutliwnrk, &c, Water Co . 452 

p. Turner 1074 

Young Manufacturing Co, Re . . 967 
Young's Trustees p. Janes . . . 1279 
Young and Harston, Re 488, 2243, 2244 
Ystalyfera Iron Co v. Neath Ry . 1975 
Ytftradgunlkis Commn, Re . , . 212 
Ystradyfodwg p. Newport Assess- 
ment Committee 1848 



Z. 

Zadok, The 1211 

Zalinoff v. Hammond 1985 

Zambaco v. Cassavetti 107 

Zanzibar, The 840 

Zeta, The 2275 

Zetland p. Ld Advocate . . 80, 511, 649 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



Page 

Magna Charta, a 6 1636 

c. 14 179 

9 Hen. 3, c. 9 60 

20 Hen. 3, c 2 (Stattites o/Mertou) . . 67 

C.4 108,1976 

40Heo. 3 463 

61 Hen. 8, Stat 4 171 

52 Hen. 8, c. 8 1688 

{.ihitvte c23 701 

ofMoHhridyt) «. 2 . . . . 562. 711, 1913 

3Edw. I,c4 1467,2-275 

c. 9 900 

c 34 692 

4 Edw. 1, c 1 417 

6Edw. l,c. 5 562 

c. 13 647 

7 Edw. 1 1231 

13 Edw. 1 314 

c 1 2231 

c. 34,8t. 1 2261 

C.47 2223 

Stat. 5 222 

Sut.3 1190 

18 Edw. 1, c. 1 1639, 1965 

21 Edw. 1 •. 1405 

25 Edw. 1, c. 1 1625 

{Carta de. c. 3 1625 

Foresia) c. 7 ' . 1802 

WEdw. l,c. 1 27 

17Edw. 2,c. 10 2219 

llEJw. 3,c, 6 1018 

25 Edw. 3, Sut 5, c. 2 2093 

Sut. 6 333 

28E<lw. 3,c. 11 900 

45 Edw. 3, c. 3 2003 

48Edw. 3.2, 8 741 

31 Edw. 3, Sut 1, c. 11 778 

83 Edw. 8. 88 772 

1 Rich. 2, c 4 1188 

C.15 837 

2 Rich. 2, c. 3 626 

"Rich. 2, c 6 690 

13 Rich. 2, c. 19 726 

15 Rich. 2, c 619 

URich. 2,c. 1 760 

C.9 726 

1 Hen. 4,(5. 7 1649 

c. 10 135 

2 Hen. 4. c. 15 872, 878 

4 Hen. 4, c 12 619, 2186 

2 Hen. 6. c. 8 851 

9Hen. 6.C.4 1018 

I Hen. 6. c 3 401 

4 Hen. 6, c. 3 1018 

8 Hen. 6, c 7 . . . . 293,767,851,1044 

c 12 1018 



8 Hen. 0, c. 16 . 
10 Hen. 6, c. 2 . 
14Hen. 6, 12 . 
18 Hen. 6, c. 19 
31 Hen. 6, c. 7 . 
1 Rich. 3 . . 
0.11 . 

13 liich. 3, c. 19 

I Hen. 7,0.6 . 
8 Hen. 7, o. 10 . 
10 Hen. 7, 0. 4 . 

0.22 

II Hen. 7,0. 12 

0.20 
1 Hen. 8, 0. 6 . 
7 Hen. 8, o. 26 . 

14 & 15 Hen. 8. c. 1 

21 Hen. 8,0. 11 

22 Hen. 8, c. 5 . 

0.18 

23 Hen. 8, o. 3 . 
{StatuU 0. 5 . 248, 
ofSeweri) 

0. 14 . 
o. 15, B. 2 

25 Hen. 8, 0.11 

0.20 
0.21 
c. 22 

26 Hen. 8, 0.3 . 

0.14 

27 Hen. 8. o. 10 
{Statute of 
Uses) 



217, 



.969, 



0.11 . 

0.16 . 

0.22 . 
28Hen.8,o. 7 . . 

0. 11, 8. 3 

0.15 
81 Hen. 8. o. 12, s. 16 
32 Hen. 8, 0.9, b. 2 

0.14 . 

0. 28, 8. 2 

O.30 . 

0.84 . 

0.87 . 

0.38 . 

0. 40, 8. 8 

0.42 . 
88 Hen. 8, o. 6 . . 

0.8 . . 

o. 9, 8. 14 

0.12 . 

0.39 . 



Page 

. 1018 

. 1044 

. 772 

. 1236 

. 1747 

. 2160 

. 799 

. 783 

. 876 

661 

. 1626 

. 1626 

. 762 

. 1025 

. 1652 

. 628 

. 2065 

. 1744 

970, 1600 

118, 849 

. 1649 

641,642,668,814.844, 

1848 

1969 

341 

2242 

84 

1913 

814, 1088, 1675 

84,723 

. 1977 

1295. 1925, 1988. 2104. 

2160, 2152 

1025 

1870 

327 

166 

2065 

814,1088,1075 

. 2169 

. 876 

. 837 

. 1646 

152, 298 

2;i 

. 1018 

. 130 

502,707 

. 814 

. 1479 

. 1993 

1488,2178 

873 

768 

1771 

1863 



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Page 

34 Hen. 8, c. 6 863 

84 & 36 Hen. 8, c. 3 2010 

c 6 971 

c. 8 97, 1992 

37 Hen. 8. c. 23 1018 

1 £dw. 6, c. 1 600 

8.8 274,1066 

c. 12, s. 10 888, 1777 

C.14 1989 

2&3£dw.6,c. 1,8. 1 .... 1341,2130 

8.7 680 

c. 13 921,1448 

c82 1018 

C.33 888 

8&4£dw.6,c.7 2242 

6Edw.6, c. 14 968,1696 

6&6£dw. 6,0.4 214 

8.2 1896 

c6 2066 

0.16 1323 

7Edw.6,o. 7 2010 

26 8 Mary. 0.9 1488 

4 & 6 Philip & Mary, 0. 8 1963 

lEliz.c. 1 1991 

0.2 2180 

c. 11 2231 

c. 17,8. 3 1192 

6Eli2.o. 4 1026.2196 

8.31 118,119 

8.41 2195 

0.9 1087 

c. 16 373 

0. 18 1126 

8 Eliz. o. 4, 8. 2 1217 

13 Eliz. c. 6 . . 201, 486, 816, 825, 982, 991. 

2171, 2198 

8.1 760.824,1621 

8 6 1624 

0.7,8.2 1174 

0.8 136,2166 

0. 10 23 

8. 3 890, 2194 

0.12.8.2 49 

C.20 170,2197 

8. 1 2196 

14 EUz. 0. 5. 8. 6 1708.2169 

c. 14 889, 890 

18 Eliz. 0. 14 1018 

0.17 2036 

23 Eliz 406 

27 Eliz. 0. 4 . 201, 202, 648. 816, 2029, 2171 

8. 2 1621,2196 

c. 18 900 

8.6 970 

29 Eliz. c. 4. 8. 1 1089 

31Eliz. o. 6 1652 

0.6 413 

0.7 417.977 

36 Eliz. 0. 2 731 

43 Eliz. c. 2 . . 1203, 1247. 1374, 1786, 1916 
{Poor Relief 8. 1 . . 969, 1862, 1866. 1963 

Act, 1601) 8.4 282.656 

8. 7 307, 703, 1232 

c. 4 . . 296, 1658, 1798, 1839, 1877 

c. 13 196 

0. 14 . .• 2010 

1 James 1. c. 1 1068 



IJaniesl, 0. 11 1544 

0. 12 373 

c. 16, 8. 1 2083 

8,3 1174 

8.6 402 

0. 19 799 

0.21 222,778 

0.27 1625 

SJameal, O.10 651,652 

c 12 1192, 1804 

4Jame8],c. 11 664 

21 James 1. c. 2 928 

{Statute of 0.3 ... . 724,1159,1221. 
Monopolies) 1663 

c4 1448,1646 

c. 13 1018 

{Limitation c. 16 . 23, 268. 277, 1761. 2260 

Act, 1623) 8.8 80,208,277.892.1189. 

1190, 2100, 2264 

8.7 641 

0.17 135 

0.19,8.9 1836 

0. 28, 8. 7 1791 

8 Chas. 1. 0. 1 262. 1477 

lOChas. 1.0. 14 1941 

16Cha8.1,c. 14 1869,1870 

12Cha8. 2,0. 11 688,1306 

8.16 468 

0. 13 135 

c. 24 766.1831,2031,2088,2250 

8.7 760 

8.8 432 

13 & 14 Cbaa. 2, 0. 4 .... 2116,2130 

0.12 . 68,389,1176, 1274, 

2029 

14Cha8.2,o.4 206 

0,9 280 

c 12, 8. 18 1175 

o. 14 268 

15 Clias. 2, o. 9 1923 

0. 17, 8. 16 851 

0.19 2200 

16 Chas. 2, c, 4 401 

0.8 1018 

17 Chaa. 2, c. 17, 8. 8 786 

19Cha8.2, 0.6 1544 

22 Chas. 2, 0. 1 401 

22 & 23 Chas. 2, o. 1 430 

0. 10 666, 1004, 1042, 1278, 

1933 

8. 6 .... 47, 333 

. . 1278 



{Statute o/ 
Distribution) 



29 Chas. 2, c. 
{Statute of 
Frauds) 



0.22. 
0.25. 



8.6 

,7 



. . 1278 

. . 749 

837, 1772 

. 12, 764, 826, 1803, 1880. 

1933, 2197 

8. 3 . . . 940, 1994, 2115 

8. 4 61, IK). 91, 224, 996, 1 154. 

1288, 1417, 1463, 2282 

8.6 820 

8. 7 . 870, 1164, 1419, 2104 

8.8 2029,2104 

8. 16 2066 

8. 171 12,61,166,594,826, 

1154, 1288, 1417, 1881 

8. 19 1303 



1 This section repld s. 4, Sale of Goods Act, 1893, and by the Sch to that Act it is styled s. 16. 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



cxlix 



Page 

29aiat.2.c. 3.8. 22 84.1161 

{Snnday c. 7 . U86, 1050, 1360. 1444, 1666, 
Ob$€rvanct 198:^, 2269, 2272 

Ad, 1677) B 1 ... 1266, 1863, 2078 

C.9 873 

31Chas. 2. c. 2 846 

{Habeas Corpus B. Q 1789 

Act, 1679) 8.9 437 

I Jm. 2. c 17, 8 7 1042 

c. 18 815 

c. 22 1968 

1 Win- & Mary. c. 18 . . . 401. 2069 

c. 21, 8. 6 1208 

Se88.2,c. 2 .... 192 

2 Wm. & Maiy, Sess. 1, c 6, s. 1 1781, 1782 

8. 2 187, 1291, 

1337. 1383, 

1781 

8. 4 . . 1448 

3&4Wm. (JbMary.c. 11 . . . 806,1836 

8.6 . 1609,1616 

8. 7 . . . 2137 

8. 8 . . 104,967 

c 14 . . . 477. 1916 

4 & 6 Wm. & Mary, c. 16 1228 

c. 28, 8. 10 . . . 966 

5 & 6 Wm. & Mary, c. 11, s. 8 . . . 861 
3&4 Wm 8. c. 4 1626 

6 & 7 Wm. 8, c. 4, 8. I 97 

7 & 8 Wm. 3, c. 26, 8. 7 . . 1906, 1928. 2197 

c. 34. 8. 4 2a3 

8&9Wm. 3,c. 11,8. 8 . 204,1101,1175 
c. 20, 8. 60 .... ^ 222 

c 30, 8. 4 2282 

8. 6 806 

9 4 10 Wm. 3, c. 16 414 

8.2 ... 866,2127 

c. 32 811 

c. 44, 8. 69 .... 264 

10 411 Wm. 3,c 23 .... 1567,2211 

C.24 1804 

11 & 12 Wm. 3, c. 7, 8. 9 1766 

12413 Wm. 8, c. 2 1346 

2 4 3 Anne, c. 4 402 

c. 11 723 

3 4 4 Anne, c. 9 69 

4 4 5 Anne, c. 14, 8. 3 641 

c. 16 . . . . 189, 1018, 1803 

8 20 432 

8. 27 1680 

5 Anne, c. 8 837 

c. 14, 8. 4 ... 887, 1840. 2148 
c.24 723 

5 4 6 Anne, c. 18 402 

6 Anne, c 2, 8. 4 649 

ell 2182 

c. 16 222, 799 

c. 27 723 

c. 36 402 

8.80 836 

8.84 836 

7 Anne, c. 12 666 

{Middlesex c. 20 402,2277 

Reqittry Act, t. 17 403, 409 

1708) 8. 18 1028 



8 Anne, c. 18. 8. 1 476, 2008 

( hmdioid ^ Tenant 

Act, 1709) 8. 7 686 

c. 19 149 

9 Anne, c. 8, 8. 1 1664 

(Gaming Act, c 14,i 8. 1 . . . 797,2196 
1710) 8. 2 1890 

c. 20 1018 

10 Anne, c. 2 401, 2069 

12 Anne, Stat. 2, c 12, 8. 2 .... 1276 

c. 16 136 

13 Anne, c. 13, 8. 1 1006 

1 Geo. 1, Stat. 2, c. 18, 8. 17 ... . 489 

3 Geo. 1, c. 16, 8. 3 1089 

6 Geo. 1, c. 18 1018 

6 Geo. 1, c 18 222, 224 

9 Geo. 1, c. 7, 8. 6 1396 

c. 19, 8 4 ... . 637, 746, 1840 
c. 22 . . 196, 269, 271, 462, 1381 
c. 29 749 

11 Geo. 1, c 26 1768 

12 Geo. 1, c 29 1492 

2 Geo. 2, c. 22, 8. 18 1286, 1889 

c.24 418 

C.25 486 

4 Geo. 2, c. 28, 8. 1 . . . 670, 2026, 2248 

8. 2 ... . 242, 768. 1067 

». 6 1713 

c. 82 1868, 1381 

6 Geo. 2. c. 30. 8. 28 1236 

7 Geo. 2, c. 8 167, 1021, 1614 

c. 21 1322 

8 Geo. 2. c. 6 402 

8.86 836 

c. 13 . . 408. 623, 881, 1240, 1590 

c.24, 8.4 1839 

9Geo. 2,c. 6 373 

c. 36 996,1231 

{Charitable 8. 1 . . 184,1464,1616,1765 

Uses Act, 8.2 786,2171 

1795) 8.8 2196 

lOGeo. 2, c. 28 627 

c. 31, 8. 5 2104 

llGeo. 2,c. 12 919 

(Distress c. 19 578, 1669 

far Rent 8.3 1443 

Act, 17S7) 8. 8 1363 

8.9 1363 

8. 10 1813 

8 13 1069 

8 14 ... . 642, 867, 870 

8. 18 670 

8. 19 786 

12Geo.2,c. 13,8. 9 426 

c.29, 8. 6 1853 

14Geo.2,c.l 271 

15 Geo. 2, c 18, 8. 12 604 

c.34 271 

17 Geo. 2, c. 38, 8.4 . . . 806,1275,1888 

8.11 1966 

18 Geo. 2, c. 15 1993 

c, 20 954 

19 Geo. 2, c. 37, 8. 1 786, 2268 

20 Geo. 2, c. 19, 8. 1 1366 

c. 42,8. 3 628 



I In the Statutes 8t I^rge by Pickering, in Cbittv's Statntefi, and irenerally, thi» Act was printed as 
c. 14, but in the Revised Edition of the Statutes and in the Short Titles Act. 1896, the number is 19. 



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TABLE OF STATUTES. 



20 Geo. 2, c. 60 . . 
24Geo. 2,c. 28 . . 
{Calendar {New Stt/lr) 
Act, 1750) s. 6 . 

C.25 . . 

C.40 . . 



C.44 
25 Geo. 2, c. 29 
{Disor- c. 36 
aerly Houses 
Act, 1761) 



8.12 1017, 



8.2 . 

8.4 . 

8.6 . 

26 Geo. 2, c. 14. 8, 1 . 

c. 33 . . 

27 Geo. 2, c. 20, 8. 2 . 

28 Geo. 2. c. 19 

80 Geo. 2, c. 24. 8. 1 . 

3lGeo. 2,0.11,8. 1 . 

32 Geo. 2, c. 28 . . 

8.1 . 

5 Geo. 8, c. 14 . . . 

6 Geo. 8, c. 26, 8. 4 . 

C.63 . . . 

7 Geo. 8, c. 38 . . . 

9 Geo. 8, c. 10 . . . 

c. 29 . . . 

10 Geo. 8. c. 51 . . 

11 Geo. 3, c. 29 

12 Geo. 3, c. 20 . . 

c. 61, 8. 11 
8. 18 

13 Geo. 3, c. 21 

c. 78, 8.1 . 
8. 16 
8.62 

c. 82, 8. 3 . 

14 Geo. 8, o. 48, 8. 1 . 

C.68 . . 
(F/resPre-c.78,8. 41 
vention Melrop 8. 83 
Act, 1774) 8. 86 

c. 96, 8. 97 
16 Geo. 8, c. 32 . . 

16 & 16 Geo. 8. c. 21 . 

17 Geo. 8, c. 20 . . 

8.3 . 

8.8 . 

c. 60, 8, 8 . 

c. 58 . . . 

c. 56, 8. 10 . 

c. 57 . . . 
19 Geo. 8, c. 44 
21 Geo. 8, c. 49 . . 
{Sunday Ob- 8. 1 . 
servance Act, 8. 2 . 
1780) 8.3 . 

21 & 22 Geo. 3, c. 48 . 

22 Geo. 3, c. 45, 8. 1 . 

c. 77 

c. 82 . . 

24 Geo. 8,0.11 . . 

c. 47, 8. 15 

25 Geo. 3, c. 2 . . . 

c. 51 

26 Geo. 3, c. 88, 8. 8 . 

c. 60, 8. 17 
c.86,8. 2 . 



Page 
. . . 2211 
72, 801, 1197 

1052 
. 2282 
, 2060 
1839, 16B4, 1928 
1327, 2058 

582,780 
. 1608 
645, 1608 
. 545 
. 406 
. 1855 
. 851 
. 1334 
. 1603 
. 1217 
. 967 
. 1126 

262, 376 
. 216 
. 1866 
. 1795 

408, 881 

42, 1302 

622 

. 1221 

. 1964 

. 1397 

. 1040 

. 1040 

66 

. 1852 

. 1941 

. 1864 

. 890 

994 

. 1044 

. 921 



16 
1947, 2222 
. 417 
. 2286 
1441, 1821 
, 1317 
706, 836, 1440 
. 2195 
812 
, 1488 
408 
, 1599 
626, 1610, 1569, 1988 
546, 1041, 1068 
259, 546, 1041, 1068 
44 
2286 



104 



, 1361, 



1614, 2120 
602 
284 
254 
1385 
842 
1521 
899 
2195. 2197 
. 721,793 



26 Geo. 8, c. 107 . . 

27 Geo. 8, c. 28, 8. 5 . 
28Geo. 3,c. 86. . . 

c. 55, 8. 4 . 
31 Geo. 8, 0.51, 8. 2 . 
82 Geo. 8, c. 28, 8. 1 . 

0.60 

c.63 
38Geo.8, c. 5 . . . 

C.18. . . 
84 Geo. 8, c. 20. b. 27 . 

c. 26, 8. 16 . 

c. 61 . . . 

35 Geo. 8, c. 68. 8. 2 . 

c. 78, 8. 195 
C.77. . . 
c. 101, 8. 2 

36 Geo. 3, c. 52, 8. 6 . 
( Legacy Duty 8. 7 . 
Act, 1796) 8.8 . 

8.12 
8.18 

8.22 
8.4 . 



38 Geo. 3, c. 5, 
{TMnd Tax 
Act, 1797) 



17 
25 



. . 651 
. . 1925 
. . 293 
. . 467 
. . 1804 
. 114 
. 761 
. 1694 
. . 1126 
. 1425 
. 2165 
16 
. 1256 
. 1919 
. 2008 
. 827 
. 669 
485 
. 806 
90 
. 175 
. 807 
. 1689 
854, 871, 1055, 1058, 
2029, 2070 
1433, 2156 
. 889,890 
. . 890 
138, 1887 
. . 1887 
. . 1126 
2131. 2132 
21, 29. 2042 
477, 1511 
. . 749 
1041, 1110, 2083 
. 1885 
. 888 
468 
. 1068 
. 1128 
452, 610 
. 1177 
217, 637 
. 1383 



C.60. . 
C.87. . 
39 & 40 Geo. 8. c. 36 
0.50 
C.67 
(Accumidaticns c. 98 
Act, 1800) 8. 2 

c. 99. 8. 17 
C.104 

41 Geo. 3. c. 23. 8. 4 . 

0.63 . . 
c 75,8. 7 . 

42 Geo. 3,0.116 . . 

c. 119,8.2 

43 Geo. 3. c. 58 . . 
{Bridges c. 69, 8. 2 . 
Act, 1803) 8. 5 . 

c. 99. 8. 24 

c. 108 814 

c. 161, 8. 27 170 

44 Geo. 3, c. 98 1521 

46 Geo. 3, c 28, 8. 4 1919 

46 Geo. 8, c. 43, 8. 4 103 

47 Geo. 3. c. 15 1929 

48Geo. 8,0.47 028 

(House C.55 122,143.178,297.691,848, 
Tax Act, ISOS) 890. 895, 1314, 1943 

c. 75, 8. 1 1803 

0.98 20J»1 

c. civ, 8. 83 OIH 

c. 138, 8. 2 202 

c. 149 548, 653 

49 Geo. 3, c. 68, 8. 5 275 

c. 108, 8. 1 818 

c. 126, 8. 3 1323 

60Geo. 3, c. 41 854 

8. 5 1608 

8.6 854.2084 

8.7 1377 

8.23 .... 1145,1736 
52 Geo. 8. c. 16 622 



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Page 

52 Geo. S, c. 89. 8. 2 330 

c. 101 03. 1769 

C.180 269,604,622 

cl84 672 

c. 146 1604.1770 

c. 160 . . . 627. 882, 1609. 2223 

c. 155 401.1693 

a 196, 8. 101 1102 

53 Geo. 3. c. 72 1326 

c 127 1794 

8,7 203 

8.12 684 

c. 141 1220. 1441 

c, 156,8,93 472 

c 159 100 

8. 1 2174 

54 Geo. 8. c. 42 622 

c. 56 .... 517,1718.1803 

c. 84,8. 1 1852 

C.91 1852 

C.93, 8. 89 632 

c. 96, 8. 1 119 

c. 146 1769 

c. 146 1769 

c. 156, 8. 5 1456 

c. 159, 8. 11 1772 

8.14 1509 

c. 161 1406 

c 170, 8. 12 1068 

c. 173, 8. 12 1211 

55 Geo. 8, c. 68, 8. 2 1941 

c 137. 8. 6 . . 1386, 1594, 2150 
{Stamp c. 184 . 17, 171, 474, 1007. 1897, 
Act, 1815) 1722 

8.2 645 

8.37 42,1515 

Sch 2065 

c,192 1995 

c. 194, 8. 14 74 

[Apcikecariet 8. 20 . . . 97, 651, 1527 

Act, 1815) 8. 21 ... . 1627. 1628 

c. xxT, 8. 3 ... . 1423, 1610 

66Gea3,c. 50 1624 

c. 98 781 

c. 139 302 

8. 9 , . 538,1491,1630 

8. 11 ... . 1610,2194 

c. W 1175 

57 Geo 8, c. 19, 8. 38 228 

c. 29, 8. 59 1772 

c. 93, Sch 1387 

c. 99 2079 

c. xxix .... 1197,1411,2016 

8. 65 329 

c. Ix 222 

58 Geo. 3, c. 45, 8. 69 210 

8.70 1721 

C.69 1955 

8. 1 1914 

5aGeo.3»al2 1965 

8. 1 102 

8. 17 . 88, 177. 870, 1868 
8. 26 .... 6, 307, 708 

C.46 170,2206 

c. 50 554, 867 

a 184. 8. 39 2146 

80 Geo. 3 & 1 Geo. 4, c. 8 1819 

1 Geo. 4. c. 87, 8. 1 . . . 1294, 2032, 2284 



Page 

1 Geo 4, c. 119, 8. 7 1863 

8.46 1886 

c. liii 1247 

8 Geo. 4, c. 39 1016,1970,2214 

c.46 647 

c. 66, 8. 16 1726 

c. 71 271,1365 

i Church C.72, 8. 20 1408 
"igActJSS^) 8.84 599 

c. 126. 8. 32 . 824, 816, 916, 1756, 
{Turnpike Roads 2163 

Act,18S£) 8.41 649 

8.97 945 

8.98 945 

8. 112 ... . 789, 1431 

8. 121 1864 

8. 132 1100 

4 Geo. 4, c. 34 121 

8.8 7,120,1366 

c. 60, 8. 41 1128 

c. 76 861 

(Marriage 8, 16 1727, 1863 

Act, 1823) 8. 20 1913 

8. 22 1047 

c. 95, 8. 57 2152 

8. 65 200 

8. 75 1131 

c. XXX 1927 

civ, 8. 35 1604 

6 Geo. 4, c. 86. 8. 1 811 

c. 74, 8. 2 27 

8.9 2071 

c.88 774.2169 

(Vaqrancy 8.3 . .906,955.2240,2246 

Act, 18U) 8. 4 292. 479, 757, 758, 1870. 

1466, 1483, 1484. 1768, 

1774, 2184, 2240 

8.5 951 

8.6 768 

8.9 1488 

8.11 758 

8.14 806,1970 

8.48 651 

c. 84 2091 

c. 87 5 

c. 118 1894 

8.2 1894 

8.9 1482 

6 Geo. 4, c. 16 386 

8.3 1666 

8.6 1015 

8. 49 104 

8. 50 1236 

8. 72 1618 

8. 82 202 

8. 108 370 

c. 60, 8. 2 . : 1032 

8. 10 1914 

8.46 2119 

c. 57 1313 

8. 2 . . 211,554,1714,2237 

c.69 2093 

c. 80,8. 101 1921 

c. 81 1748 

8.11 1648 

c. 94, 8.2 1006 

c. 108, 8. 45 2141 

8. 56 1322 



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TABLE OF STATUTES. 



Page 

6Geo. 4,c.l20,8.40 1064 

c, 126, 8. 59 14U 

s. 70 291 

8.72 2210 

c. 129 1308 

8.8 1214,2061 

c. clxx, Sell 1364 

7 Geo. 4, c. 46 1610. 1862, 1868 

0.57.8.31 1188 

{Country Banket $' Act, 18£6) 

8.32 2201 

(Crimhml c. 64, 8. 20 1032 

Law Act, 1826) 8. 28 000 

7 & 8 Geo. 4, c 27 .... 196, 900, 1442 

c. 28, 8. 6 184 

C.29 1442 

8. 8 ... . 1187, 1667 

8. lo 2211 

8.2'.) 172 

8.38 89 

8. 42 . . . 1863, 1669 

8.48 799 

8.44 1194 

8.67 1744 

8.76 2132 

c. 80 1442 

8. 2 1381 

8. 3 1»27 

8.4 1182 

8. 17 ... 1926, 1946 

8.40 1862 

c. 81, 8. 2 604 

c. 61 672 

c. 68, 8. 1 2286 

clxxy 1246.2222 

8.37 ... 1364.2285 
8.67 1364 

8 Geo. 4, c. xxix 1862 

9 Geo. 4, c. 14 1883, 2031 

{Statute of Frauds 8. 1 23. 1389 

Amendment Act, 8. 6' 1666 

1828) 8. 6, 2146 

8. 7 826 

c. 17 1776 

8. 2 48, 2146 

c. 22, 8. 36 1419 

c. 2:^, 8. 7 326 

c. 81 480, 1442 

8.2 2098 

8. 11 . . . 1118,1873,2274 
8. 12 . . . 1118, 1878,2274 

8. 14 648 

8.20 2007 

8.22 1047 

8.27 867 

c. 40,8. 30 1326 

8.41 264 

c. 60 212. 1443 

{Ale- c. 61 66,2187 

house Act, 8. 1 209, 643 

1828) 8. 4 . . . 1709. 1914, 2088 

8.6 1914 

8.0 1036 

8. 10 896 

8. 14 . 930, 1096, 1278, 1709. 
2089, 2286 

8. 27 28, 1709 

8.28 1709 



Pi«e 
9 Geo. 4, c. 61 8. 29 . 1095, 1348, 1709, 1727 

Sch C 64 

c. 69 795 

c. 69, 8. I 626 

{Night 8.9 1322 

Poaching 8. 12 1281 

Act, 1828) 8. 13 796 

c. 77, 8. 6 1878 

c. 86 1755 

c. cxiii 1789 

10Geo.4,c.44,8. 4 1197 

Sch 1197 

11 Geo. 4 & 1 Wm. 4, c. 21 .... 1020 
c. 22 746, 1177, 1458 
cc. 86, 46, 47, and 

60 . . . 1978 

c 40 ... 2, 1925 

c. 46 . . . . 1978 

C.47 . . . . 1978 

{Beerhouse Act, c. 64 . 66. 223, 1748 

18S0) 8.81 1607,1617 

8. 32 . 173, 313, 

462, 895, 1404, 

1444 

{In/ants* Property c. 65 . . . . 1978 

Act, 18S0) 8. 9 749 

8. 12 . . 629 

c. 66, 8 10 . . 1362 

(Carriers* Act, c. 68 . . .623,1397 

1830) 8. 1 . 790. 814, 
1050, 1126, 1400, 
1818, 1886, 2060, 

2099, 2278 

8.2 . . 1400 

8.6 . . 1911 

8. 8 . . 1833 

c. 70 . . 1192, 18C»2 

1 & 2 Wm. 4, c. 18 1813 

8. 1 2282 

c. 22 1498 

8. 4. . . . 846,1177 

8.35 1961 

1 & 2 Wm, 4, c. 32 796, 796 

{Game Act, 1831) 8.2 795 

8. 3 ... . 622, 2148 

8. 4 795 

8. 8 1731 

8. 18 1748 

8.23 2148 

8.30 ... 626,1807 
{Truck Act, c 37 . . 121,240,446,2100 

1831) 8. 9 14.38 

8.23 61,394,1171,1184. 

2029 

{Church Bg c. 38, 8. 14 289 

Act, 1831) 8. 16 780 

(SpeciW Con- c. 41, 8. 1 1911 

stables' Act, 1831) 8.9 1911 

8. 19 1629 

c. 44 ... 218, 2062, 2286 

c. 65 1921 

c. 60 881,1403 

c. 66, 8. 17 1821 

c. Ixxvi. 88. 64, 57 . . 245 

2&3 Wm.4, c. 16, 8. 2 1486 

c. 89, 8. 4 408 

{Rep, People c. 46 89, 208, 896. 1823. 1411, 
Act, 1832) 1691, 1776, 2076 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



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Page 
2 & 3 Wm. 4,c. 46, s. 18 179, 201, 1811, 1328, 

1578, 2028 

8.10 1044 

s. 20 1044 

8 25 2047 

8.26 32,179,1811,1323, 

1578 

8.27 96,228,322,420,589, 

1363, 1887, 1736, 
2047, 2212 

8.28 1967 

8.80 2027 

8.81 232 

8.32 1735 

8. 86 .... 72, 1409 

8.68 384 

8.71 252 

c. 58 : 1978 

c. 64, 8.26 1011 

C.65 1768,1776 

[PreteriptioH c. 71 . 624, 1540, 2031, 2060 

Act.ISSi) 8. 1. . . . 1002,1761 

8. 2 8, 36, 241. 375. 595. 

939, 1002, 1368. 1758, 

2221 

8.3 8.13,36,81.228.375. 

695, 939, 1002, 1.363, 

2046 

8. 4 26, 1002, 1003, 1275, 

1905 

8. 5 . . 872, 1757. 1758 

8. 8 ... . 1466, 1764 

c. 88 420.1776 

c. 100 1212,2081 

c. Uv, 8. 10 1367 

c. cv, 8.22 1005 

8.80 1005 

3&4Wm 4.C. 16 1131 

{Dramatic Copy- 8. 1 H'J 

right Act, 1833) 8. 2 . 94, 627, 939, 1318. 

1411, 1728 

c. 19.8. 81 1728 

c. 22, 8. 24 2025 

8.47 2182 

{Real Prop- c. 27 . 873, 1056, 1456, 1520, 

frty Limitation 1711. 1712, 1979, 2062 

Ad, 1833) 8. 1 . 102, 292, 359, 387, 

1464. 1711, 2058 

8.2 . 638,722,1464,1684, 

1711 

8.3 . 641,549,646,646. 

722, 750, 792, 985. 
1711 

8.4 ... . 750,1711 

8.5 1711 

8.6 278 

8.7 . . 286.1711.2024 

8. 8 ... . 1070.1711 

8. 9 ... . 1711,2279 

8. 10 1514 

8. 11 887 

8. 14 24 

8. 15 1711 

8. 16 189 

8. 20 . . 045, 1620, 1758 

s. 24 319 

8. 25 286. 674 

8 26 . . .202, 360, 1669 



3&4Wm. 4,0.27,8.28 
8.86 
8.40 



8.42 



Page 
.... 24,1228 

1668 

23, 292, 1027, 1077, 
1541 
. 24,241,292.655, 
. 1876, 14.34, 1551, 
1684, 1979 

c. 37 706 

{Civil Pro- c. 42 1406 

eedun Act, 1833) 8. 2 976 

8.3 . 24,59,268,277,459, 
1444 

8. 6 23, 1420 

8. 8 1734 

8. 18 2206 

8.23 1192 

8. 28 284, 446, 500. 988, 
1981 

8.29 2100 

73 104 

74 165,361 

8.1 35,169.290,643,646, 

954, 997, 2026 

8. 15 491 



c. 
{Fines and c. 
Recoveries Act, 
1833) 



c76 
0.77 
0.86 
0. 90 



8.17 . 

8.22 . 

88. 23-33 

8. 34 
88*. 36-37 

8.40 

8.41 

8.47 
8.77 

8.91 



.83 



c. 97, 8. 20 
0. 99 . . 
0. 104 . . 
c. 105, 8. 2 

8.3 
8.4 
8.9 

0. 106 . . 

8.1 
8.2 
8.3 

4&6Wm. 4,0. 22 . . 
{Apportionment 8. 2 . 



{Dower AcJ, 
1833) 



{Inheritance 
Act, 1833) 



Act, 1834) 



{Poor Law 
Amendment 
Act, 1834) 



0. 30 . . 

0. 89 . . 

0.47 . . 

o. 62, 8. 27 

c. 76, 8. 19 
8.32 
8.88 
8.46 

8 48 

8.51 

8.56 
8.58 
8.68 



. . 1026 

1892, 1551, 

1598 

. . 1693 

169, 1593 

. 1593 

186, 649 

136 

. 649 

649, 648, 997 

. 1111 

282 



. 788 
1884 
1056, 1364, 1687, 
2052 



... 647 
477, 098, 1769 
. 671, 1620 
... 671 
... 671 
... 997 
. . 512,868 
1066,1063,1624 
. . . 1622 



. . 1523 
. 733,986 
. . 283 
. . 786 
. . 1852 
. . 1591 
. . 1096 

781, 1587 
. . 420 
843, 1826, 1326, 
1397 
. . 1897 
. . 1970 
. . 1409 
. . 1409 

282, 1616 



cliv 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 









Page 


4 & 6 Wm. 


4,c.76,i.77 . 813,1363,1886, 






1694 




8. 79 . . 


. 666, 1826 




8.97 . . 


. 1626,2247 




8 99 . . 


. . . 1319 




8.109 148,807,843,1861, 




1384, 1389, 1397, 




1403, 1506, 1607, 




1643,2181,2186, 






2266 


(Beerhouse 


c.86,8.2. . . 


. . . 818 


Act, 1834) 


8. 19 . . 




. 1748 




c. 90 . . . . 




. 706 




8. 1. . . 




. 614 


5 & 6 Wm. 


4, c. 6, 8. 64 . . 




. 162 




cc. 16, 17 . . . 




. 1978 




C. 18, 8. 1 . . 




. 616 




c. 20. 8. 13 . . 




. 476 




c. 41 . . . . 




. 798 




8.1 




. 909 




c. 43, 8. 1 




. 1911 


{Highway 


c.C0,8.4 . . 




. 810 


AdUsSS) 


8.6 


'. '. 7 


39, 878 




8.6 . . 




. 970 




8.7 




. 267 




8. 18 . . 




1186 




8.24 . . 




. 280 




8.27 . . 




2164 




8.44 . . 




1820 




8.46 .. . 




1996 




8.56 71,104 


7,1068,1281 




8.66 . . 


1126, 1392 




8.67 . . 


. . 671 




8. 70 . . 


. . 636 




8.72 .. . 


739. 1307 




8. 78 261, 67 


6, 1426, 2246 




8. 84 . .6 


39. 878. 1941 




8. 86 618, 87 


3, 1101, 2188 




8.88 .. . 


. 69,1101 




8.89 .. . 


. . 1248 




8.90 .. . 


. . 1318 




8.96 .. . 


1692,2007 




8.98 .. . 


. . 1636 




8. 103 . . 


. . 1818 




8. 106 . . . 


. 69,621 




8. 109 . . . 


. . 346 




c. 64 


1181, 1446 




8.2. . . 


. . 1676 




c. 62 


. . 480 




C.63 


. 830,412 




c. 69 . . . . 


. . 416 


(Municipal 


c. 76 . . 208,4 


10, 772, 1776 


Corporation) 


8.2. .. . 


. . 460 




8.9. . . 


72, 420, 2186 




8. 16 . . . 


. . 1970 




8.18 .. . 


. . 1852 




8. 28 891, /] 


^, 632, 999. 
1696 




8.32 .. . 


1240, 1366 




8.34 .. . 


. . 2248 




8. 30 . . . 




942 




8. 48 . . . 




1970 




8.62 .. . 


, , 


980 




8. 63 . . . 




686 




8. 64 . . . 


, , 


1766 




8. 68 . . . 




1206 




8.92 .. . 


'22s. 1262 




8.96 82, ir 


1,162 


7, 1710 



1^ 

6 & 6 Wm. 4, c 76, 8. 117 .. . 1091, 1692 

8. 142 1866 

c. 83, 8.1 1.308 

8.4 1591 

8.7 J428 

6&7 Win.4, c. 13 1736 

c. 32, 8.1 1671 

8.6 632 

(Bread Act, c 87, 8. 4 . . 244. 773, 2164 
18S6} 8. 7 .... 267, 742 

8 8 1047 

c. 64, 8. 26 1511) 

c. 66 746 

C.69 1929 

(Tithe Act, c. 71 1776,2003 

1836) 8. 12 . 1060, 1404, 2060, 

2061 

8. 42 352 

8. 46 . . 212, 879, 1758 

8. G4 1794 

8. 76 670 

8. 80 . . . 1438.2166 

8. 82 1975 

c 76, 8. 63 ... . 134. 326 
c 76, Sch A . . . . 1274 

c. 77, 8.18 341 

c. 79, 8.64 . . 411.623,1144 

c 86 1776,1918 

C.86 1696,1776 

c. 87 611 

(Parochial c. 96 89 

Assessments 8. 1 . 87, 88, 1263, 1644, 

Act, 1836) 1712 

8.2 1863 

8.6 1914 

c. 99 706 

c. 106, 8. 44 . . 493, 866, 1204 

cll4 654 

(Enclosure c. 116 2273 

Act, 1836) 8.22 81 

8.66 . 179,1391,1403 

c. 120, 8. 22 1357 

c. cviii, 8. 108 ... . 1854 

1 Vict c. 9. 8. 8 882 

c. 10, 8. 1 2079 

c. 19 104, 832 

c. 23, 8 16 179 

( Wills c. 26 . 739, 742, 871, 972, 1012, 1068, 

Act, 1837) 1066, 1061, 1 166. 1218, 1237, 

1806, 1373, 1412, 1461. 1683, 

1716, 1769, 1788, 1860. 1968 

8. 1 . . . . 1469,1658,2260 

8. 3 1918, 1996 

8.6 1913 

8. 9 ... . 1640,1880.2250 

8. 10 2260, 2278 

8. 11 . . . 84, 92, 1161, 1808. 

1899 

8. 16 ... . 180, 1077, 1726 

8. 20. . . . 619,2017,2227 

8. 21 08, 1000 

8.22 370 

8. 24 . 396, 694. 780, 946, 1216. 
1218, 1296, 2036 

8.26 1061,1742 

8. 26 1063, 1658 

8. 27 . 94, 395, 524, 676, 805, 806, 
946, 1626, 1682 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



civ 



Page 

1 Vict c. 26, 8. 28 . 198. 895, 665, 706, 897, 

1706, 1789, 1764, 2020 

S.20 895,529,630 

8.32 1061 

8. 83 . 355, 524, 1061, 1466, 1859, 
1997 

c, 28 819 

c.33,8.2 402 

(Pott c 86 . . . . 614, 1396, 1521, 1522 

Offin {Of- 8. 47 . 188, 220. 836, 401, 570, 596. 

fences) Act, 673. 746, 746, 763, 977. 

1SS7) 1087, 1135, 1144, 1327, 

1395. 1444, 1466, 1621. 

1522. 1867, 1869, 1888. 

1889,2131,2172,2180 

c. 41, 8.87. . . . 1069,1865,2096 

c. 48, 8,8 184 

c. 67, 8.3 1036 

c. 72 1921 

c 78 864 

c 78, 8. 24 1176, 1698 

8. «1 1319 

8.38 371 

8.44 1207 

c. 85,8. 2 1501 

8.6 619 

8.6 279 

c. 89 1381 

1 & 2 Vict. c. 20, 8. 22 835 

a88,8. 2 1768 

c. 48, 8. 29 ... . 617,1374 

8.61 666 

[Poor Re- c. 66, 8. 48 . . 730, 1328, 1683 

lief ilr) Act, 8.61 1607 

18S8) 8.71 1316 

8.80 1654 

8. 114 1361 

8. 118 343 

8. 12i . 807,910,1036,1316, 
1712 

c. 59. 8. 16 206 

c. 67. 8. 10 ... . 832, 1552 

c. 74 1711 

8.7 . 56,910,1059,1538 

c. 79. 8. 1 370. 888 

C.94 1061,1682 

c. 98.8. 19 1648 

{Plurali- c. 106, 8. 29 2079 

ti^t Act, 8. 32 440 

18S8) 8. 68 2283 

8 108 1440 

8.114 440 

8.124 .... 180,271 
88.126,127,128 . . 1430 

c. 109 2061 

8. 54 359 

{Judgments c.UO,s. 3 1192 

Art,18S8) 8.9 675 

8. 12 801, 1097, 1217, 1815, 

1818 

8.13 50,60,291,498.548, 

998,1027,1280.1664, 

1566. 1817 

8. 14 . 661, 938, 994, 1608, 

1939 

88.14-16 .... 294 

8. 15 1970 

8.18 1027,1218,1351,1773 



1 & 2 Vict. c. 



c. 
2 & 8 Vict. c. 

c 
c. 
c 
c. 
c 
c. 

(Metrop c. 

Police Act, 

18S9) 



c. 
c. 

0. 

c. 

c. 
{Metrop c. 
Police Covrts 
Act, 1839) 



c. 

3 & 4 Vict. c. 
c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 
(Beerhouse c. 
Act, 1840) 

c. 
c. 



110,8.19 
8.86 
8.37 
8.53 
8.92 
8.93 

8.119 

117. 8. 4 
11 . . 

8.7 
17. 8. 1 

24. 8. 18 
29 . . 
87. 8. 1 

41. 8. 3 

42, 8. 63 
47, 8. 2 

8.46 
8.64 
8.60 
8.63 
8.66 

49,8.21 

50. 8. 10 

54 . . 

61, 8. 74 

65 . . 

71 . . 
8.24 
8.29 
8.40 
8.64 

74, 8. 4 . 

84, 8. 1 . 

18 . . 

24 . . 

8.2 

36, 8. 61 

42. 8. 28 
64,8.8 
60, 8. 19 

61,8.1 
8.2 
6.15 

66. 8. 6 
77 . . 
8.26 



163, J 



(Church 
Discipline 
Act, 1840) 



148.! 
J, 436. 



768,1 



639, 



(Ry Regn. 
Act, 1840) 

(Mm. 
Corp. (Ir) 
Act, 1840) 



c. 78.8. 12 , 
c. 82, 8. 1 
C.84 . . 
c. 86 . . 
c. 86, 8 2 

8.3 
8.9 
8.10 

8.20 . 
8.23 . 

C.88 . . 
c. 96, 8. 16 

8.71 

c. 97, 8. 13 . 

8.21 . 

c. 106 . . . 

c. 108, 8. 30 , 
8.64 
8.72 



22^ 



Page 
291 
1793 
786 
1267 
471 
656 
1126 
1854 
1641, 1978 
643 
119 
1252 
203, 1015 
1817 
, 476, 644 
316, 440 
. 1197 
. 2020 
. 1125 
. 1308 
. 2188 
863, 2188 
180 
. 843 
. 2009 
. 871 
. 1769 
. 1185 
224, 853 
. 292 
290,822 
. 1726 
. 561 
. 1176 
1749, 2068 
. 1028 
. 2243 
251, 833 
. 242 
. 421 
. 699 
1403, 1660, 2077 
1858 
1488 
1251 
2251 
833, 1108. 1932. 
2107, 2192 
.... 251 
. 294.938,904 
.... 1135 
.... 506 
. 195, 533. 1534 
. . . . 1177 
.... 1979 
.... 1979 
.... 1979 
.... 440 
.... 995 
.... 2249 
248, 1009. 1144, 
1621, 2131 
.... 1645 
. . 1645,1647 
.... 1481 
.... 1874 
.... 1825 
.... 942 



clvi 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



3&4 Victc. 108, 8. 93 . 

s. 216 

c. 110 .. . 

c. 113,8.5 . 

8.67 . 

8. 9.) . 

8. 1 . . . 

20 . . . 

21 . . . 



4 Vict. c. 14, 

4 & 6 Vict. c. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

5 Vict. c. 6, 8. 

6 & 6 Vict. c. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

(Income c. 
Tax Act, 



35 



c. 
( Copjfright c. 
Act, 1842) 



. . . 2077 
200,222.2107 
. . . 1219 
... 289 
. . . 1464 
... 255 
. . . 2079 
... 786 
... 166 

22 184 

SO, 8. 15 328 

85,8.90 885 

39,8.29 . . 1057,1659,2062 

51 945 

6 1942 

12,8.50 220,380 

16 644 

24 . . . 843, 561, 1308, 1602 

26 1921 

27, 8.1 1637 

8. 16 ... . 180. 1465 
. 48, 484, 949, 1609. 2192 

8. 41 56, 685 

8.44 56,685 

8. 00 . 89, 889, 1569. 1672, 

1013 

8. 61 . . 294.1108,1902 

8. 73 ... . 483.2156 

8. 100 . 89, 257, 264, 591, 

614. 746, 794. 1519. 

1572. 1609, 1627, 1679, 

1839, 1965, 2079 

2286 

. . 483, 980, 2156 

618 

688, 614, 1463. 1609 

623 

149 

92 

8. 4 45, 1006 

8. 6 540 

44, 8. 1 1006 

45 . 149.858,410,1108,1131, 
1411.1864,2009,2199 
8. 2 . 184. 204, 219, 298. 
408, 409, 573, 1476, 1830 



39 



8. 102 
8. 108 
8.183 
8.146 
8.192 
8.22 . 



8.8 
8.13 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
8. 19 
8.20 
8 24 
8.26 
49, 8. 2 
64,8.7 
65 8. 21 
79, 8. 23 
82, 8. 38 
84, 8. 17 



97 



8. 169 802, 

,8.4 

8.14 



725 

725, 1690, 1619 
... 58 
. . . 1319 
. . . 1619 
. 916, 1047 
. 1456,1880 
. . . 1466 
279, 1618, 1725 
. 1690, 1619 
. 786, 1319 
... 387 
. . . 1176 
. 1646, 1647 
... 242 
. . . 1626 
... 288 
. 48M779 
1065,1690,1765 
1329 
1749. 1896, 2068 
1605,2096 



5 & 6 Vict. c. 97. 8. 2 
c. 98.8. 18 



{Fisheries 
(h) Act, 



c. W, 8. 14 
c. 100, 8. 2 

8.7 



967, 2006 
. . 1911 
. . 56 
. . 1269 
279 



c. 106, 8.4 1804 



8. 114 
c 106, 8. 81 



tnry Voters 
Registration 
Act, 1843) 



8.20 1192 

8.27 28 

8.40 104C 

8. laS 1275 

8. 113 . 1265, 1690, 1765, 

2219 

729. 1846 

. 180,896 

c. 109; 8. 26 1384 

c. 111,8. 2 1320 

c. 116 937 

c. 122,8.23 1969 

6 Vict, c. 18 1489 

{Parliamen- 8.4 16-32 

8. 6 260, 1852 

8. 13 1862 

8.23 1616 

8.41 1885 

8.42 1856 

8. 47 1862, 1885 

8. 48 1862, 1885 

...... 669 

2077 

33 

941 

652 

673 

243.581,683, 1355 

314,326,1384.1408. 

1763. 2077 

... 996 

661. 1798, 2199 

1443, 1489 

699 

597, 698 



.65 

8.56 . 

8.74 . 

8.75 . 

8.76 . 
8.98 . 

8.100 . 

8.101 , 

c. xxxiii 
& 7 Vict. c. 36, 8. 1 

C.37 . . 



( Theatres 
Act, 1843) 



{Soficitors 
Act, 1843) 



8. 15 
c. 38. 8. 17 
c. 40, 8. 35 
c. 44,8. 18 
c. 56,8. 38 
c. 66 . . 
c 66 . . 
c. 68 . . 

8.11 
8. 16 

8.18 

8.23 

8.26 

c. 73 . . 

8.1 

8.25 
8 26 
8.82 
8.86 
8.87 



8.38 
8.39 
8.41 
c. 74, 8. 62 
c. 76 . . 
c. 79, 8. 18 
c. 83, 8. 1 
c. 85 . . 



1039. 



1160,1172 
343 
302, 848. 661 
. 1859 
. 2214 
484.2041 
879, 1484, 1485 
879 
. 2041 
627, 1927 
. 2011 
180, lOBl 
. 1173 
. 1268 
. 1138 
489, 1806, 1858 
. . . 423,440 
190,276.587,1178. 
1358, 1883, 1910, 1969 
. 1091, 1969 
. . . 1420 
. 1436. 1009 
. . 115,320 
187, 1482. 2268 
. .220,221 
... 1065 
. . 606.1421 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clvii 



Page 

6 & 7 Vict. c. 86, B. 2 . 370. 846. 888. 1107, 
{London Bach- 1424, 16U0. 2222 

Nev Carriageg s. 8 488 

Act, 1843) 1.22 488 

8.33 1484 

{UhdAa, C.06 251 

IW) 8.2 785.840 

8.5 1150 

8.8 244 

7 & 8 Vict c. 12 149 

[IniemaCL Cop^^ 8. 19 725 

ri^ Act, I8U) •• 20 . 110. 205. 1352. 1551 

c. 15. 8. 22 15 

8.73 66.015 

c. 18, 8. 3 1085 

c. 19 424 

8.8 158 

8.9 1027 

C.22 1929 

8.14 . 169.406.528,1162. 
2211 

C.24, 8. 4 1696 

c. 81, 8. 36 . . . . 418. 1085 

c 32, 8. 12 281 

8. 28 162. 168 

c. 33 995. 1914 

C.45 1131 

c.49,8.8 836 

8. 10 ... . 336, 1087 

C.62 1864 

c. 65. 8.44 1519 

c. 81, 8. 65 824 

c. 84. 8. 2 . 74. 868. 1421. 1925 

8.79 2247 

(Rg Regn. c. 85, 88. 0. 10 300 

Act,I8U) 8. 25 ... . 1424.1645 

c. 87. 8. 10 . . . 272. 880. 888 

c90 1978 

c. 91, 8. 114 . . 1036.2070.2111 

c. 94 1443 

8.7 .... 825.2086 

{Execution c. 96 1131 

Act,ISU) s. 6 473 

8.78 1027 

{Poor Law c. 101 1096, 1708 

Amendt. 8.32 487 

Act, 1844) 8. 39 ... . 713. 1088 

8.56 292 

8. 74 ... . 326, 1096 

c. 105 401 

c. 106. 8. 156 . 421, 896. 1135, 1406. 
1478 

c. 110 1863 

8.2 ... . 1022.1626 
8. 8 . 130. 585, 1085. 1860 

8.45 1854 

8. 66. . . . 1175,1858 

c. Ill, 8. 1 341 

c. 112. 8. 9 516 

8.16 981 

c. 113.8. 13 1176 

8.49 663 

8A9Vict.clO .... 756,1478,1683 

{Comp, c. 16 1054 

C.C.Act, 8. 2 ... . 1909,2121 

1845) 8.8 586,1086,1070.1812. 

1863, 1988 
8.8 1961 









Page 


8 & 9 Vict. c. 16, 


98. 14, 15, 


16 . . . 208S 




88. 18. 19 


.... 2088 




8 40. . 


.... 1975 




88. 61-64 


.... 1938 




8.70. . 


.... 92 




8. 71 . . 


.... 192J 




8.89. . 


.... 271 




8.97. . 


.... 1178 




8. 185 . 


.... 1550 


(Comp. c. r 




536. 1036, 1061. 


a c. {Scot) 


1070, 


1126, 1863, 1909, 


Act, 1845) 




2121 


(Lands c. 18 
C. a Act, 


.105,112.270,355.375.459, 


472. 1054, 1164, 1890, 


1845) 


1391, 


1420, 1562, 1604. 
1988, 2121 




8.2 . . 


1578, 1909, 2120. 
2121. 2270 




8.3 162.828,711,860,997, 






1086. 1070. 1890. 






1645. 1865, 2029 




8.6 . . 


.... 2005 




8. 9 . . 




. . . 1969 




8.16. . 




. 676. 1631 




8.17. . 




. . . 1975 




8.18. . 




997, 2095. 2181 




8.22. . 




856. 1351 




8.25. . 




. . . 1959 




8.84. . 




. . 676.1322 




8.38. . 




. ... 1547 




8.49. . 




. . . 2047 




8. 51 . . 




. 1822. 1547 




8.68. 450. 712. 973. 976. 






1028, 1242, 1781. 






2005 




8.69. . 


. 9. 1054. 1843 




8.70. . 




. . . 1717 




8.76. . 




. . . 1890 




8.79. . 




. . . 1515 




8.80. . 




49, 950, 2006 




8.81. . 




. . . 2181 




8.82. . 




... 416 




8.84. . 




... 870 




8.85. . 




. 870,2006 




8.88. . 




. . . 2246 




8.89. . 




. . . 2248 




8. 92 . 228. 892. 894. 1159. 






1363, 1411, 1496 




8.93. . 


.... 2075 




8.94. . 


.... 1969 




8.96. . 


.... 621 




8.100 . 


.... 2181 




8.121 . 


.... 2284 




8.124 . 


.... 1330 




8. 120 . 


.... 786 




8.127 . 


10, 39, 40, 547, 
1627, 1985 




8.128 . 


39.40.230.281, 
547, 1985, 2075 




8. 132 . 


.... 835 




8. 183 . 


494, 1058. 1578. 

1628, 1714, 2006, 

2271 


{Lands c. 19 


162, 1080 


.1054,1070,1126, 


C. a {Scot) 


1390. 


1645. 1909. 2120. 


Act, 1845) 




2121. 2270 


{Ry C. C, c. 20 


457, 1054, 1882, 1685, 1909, 


Act, 1845} 






2121 



clviii 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



8 & 9 Vict c. 20, s. 3 



326, 822, 1035, 1036, 
1070. 1384, 1890, I860, 



1988, 

B.6 . 
8.7 . 
8. 11. 

8. l:i . 

8.14. 
B. 15. 
8. 16. 
8.31 . 

8.32. 
8.85. 
8.46. 
88. 46-62 
8.47. 
8.48. 

8.51. 

8.53. 
8.54. 
8.55. 
8.57. 
8.68 . 



1996,2069,2111 

456 

1498 

2075 

18 



88. 95, 97 
8.103 
8. 138 
8.140 
8. 145 
c. 26. 8. 10 . 
c. 29, 8. 2 
c. 31, 8. 12 . 
{Rif,C,C. C.33, ... 
{Scot) Act, 8. 8 

1845) 

8.39 



523 

456, 1255, 1798 

... 731 

1766 

731 

217,1254,2111 

. . 441 

1315,2111 

. . 2111 

. . 2240 

. . 678 

1390, 1444 

. . 1761 

. . 1861 

17,272,1315,1390, 

1849 

8.71 17 

8.76 045 

8. 77 . . 075, 1202, 1256 
88.77-85 .... 1054 
8. 78 ... . 518, 1202 

8.80 1970 

8.81 781 

8. 86. . . . 348,2070 

8.87 2070 

8.89 848 

8.90. . 704,1426,1789, 
2069, 2152 



2069,2148 

. . 880 

. . 1550 

. . 459 

. . 1445 

. . 1765 

56, 461, 642 

. . 435 

1909 2121 

1036, 1054, 1070, '1126. 

2069 

1766 



88.42-^1 1766 

8.70 2070 

c. 35, 8. 10 . . 486, 1056, 1288 

c. 37. 8. 32 163,332 

c.38,8. 22 163,332 

c. 42, 88. 5,6 348 

C.62 1776 

c.63,8.6 . . . 421,1035,1391 
c. 69 .... 480, 1500, 1779 

c. 76, 8. 4 812 

c.77,8. 9 . . . . 56, 1U50, 2270 

c. 83, 8. 1 1050, 1891 

c. 86. 8. 127 338 

c. 87, 8. 46 362 

c. 100, 8. 46 1853 

8.72 766 

8.114. 137,209,326,422, 
1180, 1430 

(/?ea/Pr». c 106,8. 2 835 

perty Act, 1845) 8. 3 . . 1702,1994,2197 



.... 811,835 
. . 486,957,1505 

1545 

1180 

.... 828.1027 
. 185,849,798,1188 

2134 

349 

'. ! ! 1*96,* 796, 2251 

90,430,609,796,797. 

798,008,1961 

.... 348, 1197 

422 

. . 146,1066,1794 

cll3 224 

C.118 1839 

8.62 1329 

8.68 1467 

8.167 134,311,945,1114. 
1157, 1798 
. . . 1056. 1419 
137, 209. 326, 422. 
1035,1430 
... 1027 
... 167 



8&9yictc.l06,8.4 

8.5 
8.6 

c. 107 . . 

c. 108, 8. 25 
( Gaming c. 109 . . 
Act, 1845) 8. 1 

8.2 
8.17 
8. 18 

8.24 
c. 111,8.24 
c. 112 



c. 124,8.5 
c 126,8.84 



c. 127.8. 24 
9 & 10 Vict c. 2. 8. 28 
c. 3, 8.87 



. . 1590,1804 

c. 4,8.44 480,714 

c. 56 .... 343,454,623 

c.62 506 

c. 66, 8. 1 . . 1429, 1553, 1851, 
1899, 2032 

8.4 1877 

c. 74, 8. 2 . . 818, 1035, 2185 

c.75,8. 3 846 

c. 84,8. 10 789 

c. 87, 8. 2 . 326, 344, 1036, 2076. 
2077 

c98 251.507 

8. 5 ... . 306, 1402 

{County c. 95,8. 24 940 

CourU) 8.25 1024 

8.57 1565 

8.58 1639 

8.60 263,275 

8.65 1077 

8.98 2141 

8.118 2245 

8.128 263 

8. 142 ... . 56. 147 
a 96, 8. 17 . . . . 843, 1085 
c. 101, 8. 49 . . . 426, 1000 

c. 107, 8. 19 333 

c. 110, 8. 8 826 

8.88 2077 

c. 111,8.22 ... 134, 1060 
10 & 11 Vict. c. 14. . . .1095,1909,2120. 



i Markets and 
''airs Clauses 
Act, 1847) 



{ Gasworks 
Clauses Act, 
1847) 



2121 

8.3. 208,272,333,576, 

1035, 1036, 1055, 

1070. 1988 

8. 13 . 59, 592, 678, 1442, 

1540, 1873 

15. .1801,1909,2120,2121 

8. 3 . . 801. 1035, 1036, 

1055, 1949, 1988 

8.7 228 

8. 10 1281 

8.14 731 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clix 



P«ge 

10 & 11 Vict c 16 1909.2121 

{Commrs. Clauses 8.8 826,1035,1086.1988 



Act, 1847) 

{ IF. w, a 

Act, 1847) 



(Harbours, 
4y. Clauses 
Ad, 1847) 



8. 60 .... 339, 344 

c. 17 895 

8.2 1056.1909,2120,2121 

8. 3 344, 1035, 1036, 1054. 

1046, 1950. 1988. 

2223.2224 

8.6. . 976,1946,2006 

8.18 1203 

88.18-27 .... 1054 
8.25 . 
8.81 . 
8.35 . 
8.38 . 
8.40 . 
8.68 . 
8.74 . 
8.98 . 
c 27, 8. 2 . 



(7otm« 

Imprvt. Clauses 

Ad, 1847) 

8.53 
8.87 
8.126 
8. 167 
c. 38, 8. 20 



103 
. . . 1492 
. 1482,1625 
. . . 1726 
... 721 
. . . 2030 
... 856 
. . . 1791 
850. 1540, 2120 
8. 3 883, 822, 1035. 1055, 
1168, 1392. 1651. 
1988, 2180 
8.56 ... 1398,1708 

8.74 456 

c. 32, 8. 66 180,802,1070,1391, 
1435 

a 33, 8. 4 1036 

c. 84 . 1271, 1686. 1909, 2075 

8. 3 272, 1035, 1086. 1389, 

1950,1988 

. . 1373 

1778,2029 



c. 48, 8. 11 
a 48, 8. 22 

c. 49. 8. 12 
a 50. 8. 14 
c. 61, 8. 2 
C.05 



2029 
56, 818, ia35. 



10:36, 1467, 1492, 1590, 1765 



1683 
. 298,546 
. . 546 
. 435,476 
1654, 2185 

1909 



8. 8 288, 1035, 1036. 1988 

c.84,8.8 . . . 880,1086 

c. 85, 8. 20 . 243, 1087, 1646 

[Taum Police c 89 . 576, 1330, 1648, 1909 

Clauses Act, 8.3 . 272,1085.1086, 

1S47) 1950, 1988 

8.32 1594 

8.83 1390 

8.35 1485 

8.37 .... 262,846 

8.38 846 

88.40-52 . . . 262.846 

8. 45 . . 262. 879. 1498 

8.54 .... 262,846 

8.58 .... 262,846 

88. 60-67 . . . 262, 846 

C.96 418 

c. 109, 8. 15 . . , . 807 
c. 113. 8. 17 1492, 1590, 1765 
c. lxxi,8.40 .... 263 

11&12 Victc. 1.8. 21 422 

c. 2,8. 11 1293 

c. 12,8. 3 209;5 

c. 21, 8. 92 426 

c. 28, 8. 18 11, 134, 481, 1492 



11 & 12 Vict c. 29 



(Indictable 
Offences Act, 
1848) 



(Sum. Jur. 
Act, 1848) 



(P. H, Act, 
1848) 



796 

8.7 62 

30 796,1281 

31.8.9 1825 

86 1776 

8. 52 . . 485. 625. 863 

42 1018,2213 

8.2 189 

8 9 1176 

8.17 908 

8. 19 1840 

8.20 1394 



C.43 



8.22 
8.25 
8.29 

8.1 



8.5 

8.8 

8.9 

8.10 

8.11 

8.25 

8.31 

44 . . 

8.8 

45,8.8 

8.78 
46 . . 
48,8.1 
49.8.1 
68,8.2 
657.571, 

8.46 

8.64 

8.69 

8.72 

8.74 

8.85 

8.88 

8.89 

8.115 

8.135 
8.144 
8.150 
78 . . 



.... 345 

845 

.... 1135 

856, 1018, 1982 

966, 1351, 1370. 

1963,2163,2175 

. . 419 

. . 966 

. . 966 

. . 967 

114, 1870 

. . 920 

. . 209 

666, 1018, 1691 

. . 569 

249,881,435^1186 

. . 1176 

. . . 159 

644, 1070, 1071 

1368,2253 

112,199,410,411. 

" 1035,1036,1893 

. . 1255 

1273, 1297, 1364 

878,2012 

. . 175 

. . 1490 

1854,1856,1857 

. . 1640 

. . 1176 



12 & 13 Vict. 



(Quarter 
Sessions 
Act, 1849) 



91 . . 
94.8.46 
110 . 
112 . 

8.3 

8.50 
8.147 
123. 8. 22 
clxiii. 8. 61 
8.169 
8.262 
18 ... . 
26 . . 

8.2 

8.3.8.8 
36.8.6 
45 . . 

8. 5 

8.7 
8.11 



. . . 1980 
... 456 
... 978 
. . . 442 
... 231 
... 231 
288, 426, 837 
... 231 
. . . 1197 
... 848 
. 1000,1536 
112. 10:35. 1036 
1035,1036 
. . 1248 
. . 1871 
. . 1124 
. . 1478 
008. 1211. 1769 
. . 202,625 
. . . 2181 
... 167 
... 159 
. . . 1418 
. . . 1028 
... 1350 



clx 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



12 & 13 Vict 



49, 8. 7 
50.8.10 
66,8.0 
68 . . 
74 . . 
77,8.54 
87,8.3 
91, 8. 89 



Page 
1070, 1391 
. . 556 
1087, 1144 
. . 1166 
. . 418 
. 312,644 



315, 880, 1036, 
1988 

( Crueltif to c. 92, 8. 2 419. 444, 446, 1488 
AnimaU Act, a. 3 53, 159, 1039, 1488 

1849) 8. 5 .... 651, 919 

8.9 1490 

8.29 84,380,897,1035, 
1883 

c. 93,8. 15 326 

c. 94,8. 10 ... . 232,410 

c95 1769 

c. 97, 8. 183 815, 1036. 142:^, 
1988, 2077 
c. 100.8.32 .... 1060 
c. 108,8. 16 . . 2007,2172 
c. 106 706, 1070, 1071, 1707, 
2118 

{BankrgAct, c. 106 2101 

1849) 8.65 .... 825 

. . 1566 

471, 1826 

. . 90 

. . 1097 

797, 1939 

391 

1560,2002 

. . 1207 

. . 2002 

. . 90 

. . 753 

c. 107,8. 118 ... . 435 

c. 109, 8. 50 . 288, 426, 837 

13 & 14 Vict. c. 1, 8. 3 167 

C.5, 8. 55 1853 

c. 17 1769 

c. 18, 8. 51 . . . 287, 1683 
c. 21 223 



( Trustee Act, 
1860) 



106 . . 
8.65 
8.67 

8.113 

8. 175 
8. 184 
8.201 
8.204 

8.211 

S.224 

8.225 

8.276 

SchH 

107,8. 118 

109, 8. 50 

1, 8. 3 . 

5,8.55 . 

17 . . . 

18, 8. 51 . 

21 . . . 

8.4 420,421,1054,1223, 
1224, 1805 
~'* 8. 2 . . . 144, 1482 

1477 

95 

8. 2 ... . 272,388 

2110 

86 1776 

8. 58 . . 326, 493, 1630 

48, 8. 80 422 

52,8.76 656 

57 . . . 813, 1578, 1812 

60 855 

8. 2 130, 386, 404. 526. 

1130, 1465. 1613, 1821, 

1939, 2104, 2142 

8.3 2181 

8. 10 1821 

8. 20 1465 

8. 23 ... . 10, 1902 

8. 24 1902 

8. 25 . . . U76, 1902 

8. 30 2115 

B. 82 962 



28 
29 
33, 
35 



13 & 14 Vict. c. 60, 8. 37 
8.43 
c. 61, 8. 1 

8.12 
8.13 
8.14 

c. 68, 8. 24 
(Rep People c. C9 . . 
(Ir) Act, 1860) 8. 14 

8.117 



0.72 



c, 
(Fisheries c 
(Ir) Ad, 1860) 



8.64 

8.3,8 38 
88, 8. 1 



8.40 
C.92. 8. 11 
c. 93, 8. 2 
c. 100, 8. 9 
c. 102, 8. 69 
c. 105, 8. 9 
c. 115, 8. 49 
14 & 16 Vict. c. 18, 8. 6 



.... 1^ 
.... 1172 
.... 1077 
.... 2178 
.... 1176 
.... 1855 
. 167, 314, 2076 
.... 1905 
. . 179,1578 
134,167,209,314, 
S26, 380, 421, 1607. 
1965, 2076, 2077 

1769 

87,136,836. 1056, 
2003,2250 
. . . 1645,1862 
828, 647, 726, 728, 
729, 732, 783. 1027, 
1265, 1391, 1590, 1766, 
1786^1846,2100,2180, 
2219 
. . . 1376 
84, 380, 1383 
. 2131 
66 



c. 14 . . 
c. 16. 8. 19 
c. 19, 8. 11 

8.13 

c. 24. 8. 1 
c. 25 . . 

8.1 

c. 28, 8. 2 
c. 84, 8. 3 
C.36 . . 

8.1 
8.2 

c. 38, 8. 4 

c. 57. 8. 162 
c. 61, 8. 44 
c. 68, 8. 21 
c. 72, 8. 1 
c. 73, 8. 1 

c. 78, 8. 46 
6.48 
c. 81, 8. 1 
c. 86. 8. 12 
c.90,8 18 

0.92 



0.98, 



701. 
209, 
198, 313, 



184, 



(Evidence 
Act, 1851) 



. 1036 

799, 1092 

. 1036 

118 

320 

878, 1036 

. 1280 

. 1280 

. 1404 

. 612 

1056. 1683 

923, 1489 

923, 1036 

89, 1314 

691 

297.890 

380,916 

326. 1419 

272, 888 

. 1183 

. 195 

180, 195, 699, 1636, 

1819 

799 

.' '329,1035 

... 759 

... 833 

790,823,1086. 

1041 

... 264 

8.25 422,790,888.1036, 

1478, 1766, 1950 

8. 24 ... . 99, 1276 

8. 44 356. 799, 823, 1036. 

1041. 1327. 1351, 1982 

0.97,8.29 195.200,811,313, 

633, 1404. 2061 

0.99 224,286 

8.4 986 

8. 7 .... 29, 1081 

8.13 1561 

8.14 . 206,1600,1604 
8.19 218 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxi 



U & 15 Vict c. 100, 8. 23 .... 2068 

( Criminal Procedure b. 24 .... 743 

Act,lS51) 8.80 . 710,059, 1&86 

c. 102. 8.2 . . . 1867,2181 

c. 104. 8. 11 598, 1070, 1086 

(Poor Law c 105, 8. 8 682 

Amendt, Act, 1851) 8.10 1825 

c. zcir, 8. 2 1205 

c CY, 8. 22 318 

15 & 16 Vict. c. 24 1780, 2250 

8.1 ... 739,1344 

C.80 418 

a 32 418,1184 

a 44, 8. 8 2131 

[Copfhoid c. 51, 8.1 651 

Act, 1852) 8.16 684 

c. 54, 8. 10 1 

(TrusteB c. 55 855 

Ad, 1852) 8.1 94 

8.2 2246 

c. 57, 8.4 40 

( Valuation c. 63, 88. 15, 16 . . . 1612 

(Ir) Act, 1852) 8.84 807 

8.45167,826,1404.2076, 
2077,2094 

[Stm Zealand Q. "12,%.^ 1438 

Congtitution Act, s. 80 1278 

1852) 

{Com. L. Pro, c, 76, %. 2 1784 

Act, 1852) 8.3 269 

8.6 1734 

8. 16 1327 

8.18 278 

8.27 540 

8.40 1179 

8.49 743 

8.64 337 

8.79 465 

8.172. . . 1059,2022 

8. 173 1069 

8. 210 . . 242, 786, 1067. 
2022 

8.222 667 

8.226 1987 

8.227. . 31,189,1027 

[Comiy Rates c. 81, 8. 2 1652 

Act, 1852) 8.6 786 

8.7 1367 

8.34 1408 

8.51 421 

8.52 900 

C.84, 8. 29 1196 

c. 83, 8. 42 1446 

[Burial Act, c. 85, 8. 82 962 

1852) 8.44 1002 

8.52 . 313,1384,1402. 
1654, 2185 

8.53 1196 

c. 86, 8. 40 1417 

8.06 191 

16 & 17 Vict. c. 27, 8. 1 . . . . 842, 1872 

c. 80,8. 5 27 

c.83,8. 17 . .* . . . 1498 

{Income Tax c 84 949 

Act, 1853) 8. 2 . . . 264, 1737 

SchD 96.114.611, 

666, 670, 998, 1609, 

1787,2079,2267,2286 

TOL.L 



16 & 17 Vict c. 84, 8. 40 

8.51 

8.64 



Page 

2286 



(Sucn Dutif 
Act, 1853) 



... 990 
SchE . . . 1009 

c. 41, 8. 8 360 

c. 60,8. 3 1465 

c. 51 80, 526, 813. 1533, 1661. 

1660 

8. 1622,1474,1686,2107 

8. 2 180, 610. 549, 629, 

1586, 1845, 1966 

8.8 649 



8.10 
8.16 
8.16 
8.17 
8.18 

8.20 

8.21 



. . . 2174 
66, 677, 1273 
... 295 
. 1220,2171 
... 666 



. 88, 180, 355, 389, 
2174 
. . . . 88,1264 

1729 

1706 

. . . .386,2066 

743 

. . . 284,1606 



8.22 

8.81 

8.38 

c. 59, 8. 10 

{Licensing c. 67 . . 

{Scot) Act, 1855) 8. 17 

c. 70, 8. 2 'IVI6 

0.80, 8.50 . . . 1070.2023 

c.88 224 

c. 86, 8.2 221 

c. 89, 8. 6 286 

c 91 . 990 

cioS .* 860,1*678,1909,2077, 

2094, 2120 

c. 94. 8.25 . . 426,625,868 

c. 96,8. 9 269 

8.36 ... . 146,198 

c. 97 1708 

8. 132 . 97, 137, 209, 326. 

422, 1480 

C.99 . . . 1444,2064,2091 

c. 107 2261 

8.857 134,147.288.338. 
843. 696, 1069. 2212 

c. 112 247, 846 

8.80 268,848,576,799, 

888, 1019, 1036, 1690, 

1927 

{Com, L. Pro. c. 113. 8. 4 31, 189, 1027, 1419 



Amendt, Act 


8.9 1734 


{Ir), 1853) 


8.108 .... 1876 




8.124 .... 640 




8.126 .... 640 




8. 135 .... 1217 




c. 117 1780 


{Betting Act, 


c. 119 381,1488 


1853) 


8. 1 188, 237. 269, 347, 




660, 1089, 1842, 1486, 




1740, 2148 




8. 2 . . 347, 349, 1486 




8.3 188,237.269,1324, 




1486, 1740. 2148, 2162 




8.11 768 




8. 18 ... . 343, 1197 




c. 129, 8. 26 313 




c. 131. 8. 1 . . 161, 343, 1510 




c. 184. 8. 6 1695 




8.7 288 



clxii 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



16 & 17 Vict. c. 
(Charitable c. 
Trutts Act, 
1853) 



17 A 18 Vict. c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 
(Ryi- Canal c. 
Traffic Act, 
1864) 



c. 
c 

i Corrupt c. 
Radices Pre- 
vention Act, 
1854) 



Page 

136.8.21 20l»4 

187,8.17 . . . 1447,1563 

8.27 426 

8.41 1663 

8.62 . .271,620.1866, 

1009,2200 

8.66 . . 206,620,2107 

16,8.2 2109 

18,8.8 426 

19,8.3 425 

20,8.2 200 

81 . . . 259,1644,1647 
8.1 261,1646,1647,2084 
8. 2 18, 688, 2084, 2128 

8.6 U61 

8.7 976,1034,1126,1666, 

1884, 1911 

83,8.1 . . 1197,1611,1616 

84, 8. 1 2097 

86 98, 1468 

8.2 364 

8. 7 . . 193, 1314, 1468 
38, 8. 4 . . . . 1039, 2148 
45,8.10 .... 247,846 
66 . . 98,198,640,1469 

60 919 

8.3 666 

64,8.1 232 

79, 8, 1 201 

80, 8. 2 1695 

8.76 134,874,1206,1315, 

1566, 1695 

81, 8. 48 614, 830, 848, 1570, 

1605, 1734, 1798 

83,8.16 790 

89,8.11 1439 

8. 12 . . 301, 897, 1768 

90 ..... 813, 2166 

91 2173 
8.42 127,'686, 1056, 1136, 

1590, 2076 

94 813 

96 1929 

102 418,1041 

8. 2 ... . 217, 1566 

8. 8 217 

8. 4 2095 



14 



2245 

8.38 168,263,814,609, 

1758,2203 

c. 103 134, 272, 657, 900, 1036, 

1006,1122,1316,1389, 

1638, 1554, 1643, 1644, 

1950, 2076, 2094 

8.22 1466 



(Merchant 
Shipping 
Act, 1854) 



c. 104 



8.25 



8.2 . 

8.19 . 
8.66 . 
8.58 . 
8.66 . 
8.70 . 
8.109 
8. 147 
8.167 
8.169 



. . 690 

221. 1867, 

1246, 1426, 1610, 

866,2131,2276 

. . 1681 

194, 1856 

1862,2090 

1080, 1856 

. . 1080 

. . 1806 

, . . 1393 
. . 589 

, . . 1392 



17 & 18 Vict. c. 104, 8. 171 
8.182 
B.189 
8.228 
8.233 
8.237 
8.242 
8.299 
8.303 
8.317 
•.318 
8.864 



367 



c. 112 



8. 870 (1) 

(2) 

o <^> 
8. 379 

(1) 
(3) 
8.468 



8.460 
B 464 
8.603 
8.604 
8.614 
.525 



(Com. L. Pro. c. 
Act, 1864) 



8.83 
113 . . 
120, 8. 2 
126 . . 



8.8 

8.6 

8.11 

8.12 

8.17 

8.22 
8. .S4 
8.46 
8.60 
8.60 

8.61 



18 & 19 Vict c. 
c. 

c. 
c. 



16 



8.02 
8.64 
8.83 
8.99 



8.9 

82. 8. 2 
39,8.1 



c. 40, 8. 3 



{Infant Settle- c. 
menis Act, 1855) 
c. 
(Militia Act, c. 
1856) 



41 . . 

43 . . 

8. 1 , 

48 . . 

67, 8. 4 . 
8.7 . 

68, 8. 41 
67 . 

69, 8. 2 , 

70, 8. 3 , 
86 . . 



Fk«e 

485 

1787 

1784 

1837 

472 

33 

480 

2244 

1424 

1425 

1426,1498 

1423 

1481 

1481 

1124 

623 

1414, 2099 

1245, 1428 

. . 880 

. 648, 2088 

177, 1336. 1787. 

1866, 2257 

1787, 1981 

. . 1981 

. . 2178 

. . 2173 

. . 1446 

684, 1418 

. . ia32 

. . 1094 

1118, 2250 

. . 1510 

. . 112 

. . 19 

. . 875 

111,818,681,1976 

111 

375^ 988, 1959 

. . 49 

. . • 55 

. . 857 

. . 1325 

. . 475 

471, 1029 

. . 194 

. . 1179 

. . 634 

. . 81 

. . 1978 

. . 1279 

1004, 1283 

1204. 1206 

631, 836, 1086, 1462, 

1846. 1968 

826. 344, 1181, 2076, 

2077 

1479 

1151 



886, 1845, 2145 
. 313 
209, 418 
. 208 
. 1467 
. 1038 
167, 1228, 1280 
198, 928 
. 1850 
467, 2077 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxiii 



Page 

18&19Vict. c. 91, S.21 758 

c. 104, 8. 1 . . . 808, 1084 

c. 108 66. 2266 

c. Ill, 8. 1 . . . 1422, 2041 

8.8 868 

c. 119, 8. 8 2131 

8. 52 1425 

8. 95 837 

c. 120 . 609,1055,1123,1840 
8.6 .... 53, 1663 

8.21 397 

8. 54 1186 

8. 58 106 

8.67 2185 

8. 68 1848 

8. 78 . 1865, 1372, 2015 
8. 78 . . . 1431, 1949 

8.81 1976 

8. 85 106 

8.88 .. . 456,2147 
8. 102 .... 283 
8. 105 . 754, 894, 1039, 
1273, 2012 
8.128 .... 1692 
8. 129 . . 714, 1692 
8.143 .... 805 
8.161 .... 1015 
8.204 .... 1848 

8.206 .... 2248 

8.207 .... 259 
8. 250 . 447, 572, 1194, 

1338, 1884, 1388, 

1788, 1848, 1949 

SchA, B . 1124 

SchB . . 2075 

cl21 1388,1389 

8.2 209,418,928,1036, 
1855) 1388 

8 8 1301 

8. 12 245 

8. 22 820 

c. 122 1601 

8.3 113,168,441,1887, 
1421 

P. 6 . . . 614, 1627 

8.8 945 

8. 19 946 

8.26(2). . . . 1874 

(5). . . . 1874 

8. 51 . . . 1387, 1888 

88. 69-74 . . 460, 1388 

B. 73 1887 

B. 82 230 

8.88(6). . .456,1649 
B. 85 . . . . 40, 2138 
8.108 .... 1865 

Schl 2200 

8ch 2, part 1 . . 227 

c. 124, 8. 16 1828 

8. 18 1328 

8. 29 . . 297, 1229, 1797 

8. 48 296 

c. 126, 8. 23 209 

(BwialAet, c. 128, s. 4 1179 

1SS5) 8 591 

8. 18 . 284, 1317, 1718 

19A20Victc. 16 1398,1920 

8.8 438 



{NuisanceM 
liemoiHil Act 
for England, 



{Mttrop Bg 
Act,lS6S) 



19 & 20 Vict. c. 
c. 
c. 50, 8. 1 

c. 
c. 



Page 

23, 8. 28 9 

26 163.441 

60, G68, 052. 1891, 
2107, 2108 

54, 8. 3 747 

56, 8. 47 . . 27.3, 481, 1126, 

1444, 1466, 1718 

c. 58, 8. 48 . 128, 1184, 1805, 

2077 

c. 60, 8. 1 1782 

8.6 281 

8.7 281 

63 ... . 101,884,2094 
65, 8. 9 ... 1060, 1466 

68, 8. 2 199, 421, 884. 2094 

69. 8. 80 208 

77, 8. 1 1979 

79, 8. 4 .20, 168, 326, 485, 

476, 497. 644, 801, 1126, 

1233, 1415, 1586. 1814, 

1967, 2203 

82, 8. 12 1648 

83, 8. 2 ... . 830, 343 
88, 8. 50 . 614, 1570, 1932. 

2169 



c. 

c. 
{Mer, Law c. 
Amendt. Act, 
1856) 



{Bur. Grounds 0, 
(/r) Act, 1866) 
c. 



(New 
Pari$he8 
Act, 1866) 



92. 8. 2 1979 

96 224 

97, 8. 1 32 

8.3 663 

8. 5 966 

8.9 . . 19,859,1190 
8. 12 . . . 189 

8. 13 ... . 23, 2031 

98, 8. 2 . . 209,418,2077 
88. 8, 35 ... . 199 

99, 8. 2 137 

c. 102, 8.90 1262 

8.97 1734 

c. 10.3, 8. 8 . . 160, 108, 351 

c. 104 196 

8.10 177 

8. 14 699 

8.33 195,200,681,1404. 
2062 

c. 107,8. 1 1498 

c. 108, 8. 26 . 960, 1371, 1682 
8. 36 .... 93, 936 



C.120 



8.50 



8.1 



20 Viet, c 11, 8. 
c. 18, 8. 

c. 16, 8. 2 . 167, 422, 
c. 19 
20 & 21 Vict. 0. 
c. 
c. 
(Sum, Jur. c. 
Act, 1857) 



8 . . . . 

35,8.8. . 

40,8.8. . 

43 . . . 

8.1. . 

B. 2 . 463. 

B.3. . 

8.6. . 

8.12 . 
44, 8. 4 
47! 8*. 2 459, 

48, 8. 2 . 

50, 8. 2 . 
54. 8. 1 



1080. 1294 
629, 1466 
. . 1966 
. . 422 
. . 180 
834. 1228, 1230 
. 1403 
. 1444 
969, 1406 
. 1326 
. 1983 
426, 1988 
722.1854.2091 
188, 621 
. 867 
. 1035 
. 1603 
1086,1068,2076 
303, 1035 
. . 2108 
. . 1612 



clxiv 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



Page 

20 & 21 Vict. c. 54. 8. 4 216 

C.67 1151,1470 

s. 1 . . 986, 998, 1133 

c. 68 2178 

c. 60, 8. 4 . . 00, 163, 435, 799, 

801. 982, 1022. 1477, 

1492.1653,1695,1979. 

2131 

8. 00 2088 

8.232 1880 

8. 361 581 

c. 70, 8. 10 1654 

c. 71,8.8 198,567,896,1030, 
1061, 1130, 1135, 1184. 
1391, 1599. 1812, 1986 

c. 72, 8. 34 1769 

8.78 326,344,880,1056, 
1061 

c. 73, 8. 14 1489 

(Court of c. 77 481 

Probate Act, 8. 2 42, 849, 1173, 2250 

1857} 8.58 1639 

8.78 1910 

c. 78, a. 15 70 

c 79.8.2 . 20.42.426.557, 

1173,1695,1988,2038, 

2250 

(Burial Act, c 81, 8. 5 1270 

18S7) 8. 12 233 

8. 23 238 

8.28 199 

8. 29 . . . 419,2077 

c. 83 251,1306 

(Matrimonial c. Sb 561,1165 

CatfseaAct, 8. 16 . . . 513,1031 

J857) 8. 17 . . . 513. 1175 

8. 21 . 26, 515, 684, 585, 

694, 1698, 1863 

8.23 7 

8. 25 . 26, 888, 585, 709, 

1031, 1585 

8. 26 . . . .710,1031 

8.27 2240 

8.28 . . 70,1741,1912 

8. 80 . . . 14, 835, 374 

8.81 367,613,615,1670, 

2139 

8.32 . 1331,1585,1686, 

1812 

8.33 . . . 1583,1819 
8. 36 . . . 302.1142 

8.45 1585 

8. 59 1819 

c. cxlvii, 8. 179 ... . 1757 

c. clvii, 8. 8 1855 

8. 10 .... 2145 
8. 12 ... 263, 276 

21 & 22 Vict. c. 27 248 

8.7 855 

c. 45. 8. 1 422 

c. 66, 8. 20 842 

(Landed c. 72 2236 

Estates Court 8. 1 . 644, 954, 955, 1027, 

(/r) Act, 1858) 1055, 1070, 1071, 1391 

8.66 595 

8. 64 1891 

c. 78 1138 

c. 76, 8. 38 . . 486, 987, 1056 



21 & 22 Vict. c. 77, 8. 2 . 
c. 79, 8. 1 . 

8.3. 
8.5. 

c. 84, 8. 1 . 
c. 87, 8. 8 . 



Pi«e 
... 230 
... 441 
... 441 
... 163 
. . . 1050 
... 253 

(Medical Act) c. 90 804 

8. 29 . . 962, 980, 1027 

8.31 1527 

8.32 1527 

8.40 2248 

8.49 1480 

8.50 1993 

8.51 1480 

c. 93 1041 

8.7 1418 

c. 95, 8. 18 138 

c. 96, 8.4 644 

(Loc Gov a 98 1893 

Ad, 1858) 8.2 410 

8.9 175 

8.12 1489 

8.84 1268 

8.50 1758 

8. 55 . . . 1057.1646 
c. 100, 8. 3 326, 561, 1695, 1929 

8.14 99 

0. 101, 8. 7 1563 

0.104, 8. 32 . . . ^,1847 

€.105. 8. 8 435 

(Govt, of c. 106, 8. 1 ' 958 

India Act, 1858) 

C.108, 8. 9 1593 

0.109,8.8 . . . 421.1204 

c. cv,8. 25 119 

22 Vict. 0.26 317 

0.32 406 



c. 84 1214,1809 

22 & 28 Vict. 0. 17 251,2186 

c. 20, 8. 15 958 

0.21 647 

8.26 1526 

0.35 203,1780 

8.14 291 

8. 25 . 1029, 1228, 1230, 
1231 



(Law of Pro 
perty Amendi 
Act, 1859) 





8.29 


317 




8.82 


596 




0. 86 . . 


1824 




0. 37, 8. 6 


917 




8.8 


917 




0. 49, 8. 1 


474 




8.4 


. . 340,474,580 




0. 52, 8. 1 


. 843, 1036, 1679 




0. 66, 8. 3 


2133 




0. 59, 8. 1 


1648 


(Matrimonial 


0. 61, 8. 4 


. . . 302,1142 


Causes Act, 


8.5 


184.715,1401,1585, 


1859) 




1842, 1844, 2175 




8.7 


1041 




0. 68. 8. 5 


.... 31, 1988 




0. 66, 8. 1 


1194 




0. CTxxiii 


. 879, 2040, 2222 




8 


.54 . . . 1632 




B 


.66 . 1969,2206 


23 Vict. 0. 8 




978 


c. 11 




4.31 


23 & 24 Vict. 


0. 22, 8. 17 


2181 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxv 



& 21 Vict. c. 22, 8. 21 

8.24 

c. 24 . . 

c. 26, 8. 3 

0.27,8.3 

8. 4 

8.6 
8.21 

8.44 

c. 32, 8. 2 
c. 84 . . 
c. 38 . . 

8.6 
8.0 
8.10 

8. 13 
c. 46, 8. 
c. 66, 8. 1 

8.6 

c. 72, 8. 2 
c. 78, 8. 7 
c. 79, 8. 2 



Page 

192 

262, 822 



{Refre^ment 
aouxM Act, 
I860) 



(Law of Pro- 
perty Amendt. 
Ad, 1860) 



{Excise Act, 
1860) 



[CrotenDebtit ^ c. 1 15 
JudgmenU Act, 1860) 



c. 
(Metropolis c. 
Gas Act, 1860) 



(Com, L, Pro. 
Act, 1860) 

(Solicitors 
Act, 1860) 



.... 1489 

.... 1874 

... 1748 

626, 1618, 1691 

. . 747,1921 

. . 1607.2191 

. 96. 214, 661 

213. 1477, 1704 

. . . 1780 

. . . 1029 

. . . 1495 

.... 270 

, . 502,1541 

422, 1036, 1765 

1480 

1480 

.... 180.958 

197 

427,688,1066.1185. 

2173 

. . 426 

. . 119 

. . 342 

. . 337 

. . 796 

1327, 1986 

48. 816. 820, 440. 

1061, 1184, 1553, 

2077 

.... 2094 

1035, 1070, 1891, 

1865 

.... 1748 

.... 1036 

... 94,883 

1780 

643 

1207 

849, 383. 656, 801, 

1115. 1134. 1194. 

1196, 1538, 1949 

1990 

8. 25 . . . . 264, 349 

c. 126,8. 17 1417 

8.20 1658 

8.39 31 

c. 127 1118 

. 147. 050, 1695 

440. 1188, 1904 

202.428,615,988. 

1290, 1563, 1685 

... 658 

... 296 

. . .494 

. . 672,722 

. . 672,722 

... 209 

. 2130,2131 

. . . 1404 

282. 486. 1055 

385,1004,1171 

... 431 

. . . 1328 

. . 56,329 



c. 88. 8. 1 
c. 84, 8. 14 
c. 86, 8. 12 
c. 88, 8. 1 
c. 90, 8. 6 
c. 02, 8. 2 
c. 105, 8. 4 



c. 107, 8. 47 . 
c 112, 8. 47 . 

c. 113,8. 7 . 

8.21. 

c. 114. 8. 1 . 



8.2 

116. 8. 
125, 8. 4 



8.6 



8.1 

8. 26 

8.28 



c 120, 8.1 . 

c. 184, 8. 8 . 

c. 136, 8. 8 . 

c. 139, 8.0 . 

8.7 . 

8.37. 
cl42. . . 

8.2 . 
c. 14.3. 8.2 . 
c. 144. 8. 7 . 
c. 145. . . 
c. 149, 88. 2-6 
c. 151, 8.7 . 
c. 152 1126,1391 



23 & 24 Vict 0. 
(Landed 
Property (Ir) 
Ltiprovt, Act, 
1860) 



(Landlord ^ c. 
Tenant Law 
Amendt. Act, 
1860) 

24 & 26 Vict. c. 
(Admiralty c. 
Court Act, 1861) 



153, 8. 4 

8.5 
8.7 
8.9 
8.11 

8.24 
8.25 
8.84 
8.35 
8.37 

154, 8. 1 



9 



Page 

.... 326 

.... 287 

.... 1103 

.... 1968 

.... 922 

.... 1103 

.... 230 

.... 2023 

.... 1391 

922 

27,* Oi 287, 326, 

1000, 1070, 1419, 

1461, 1712, 2023 

10 130 

104 ... . 26 
957 



(Larcenff 
Act, 1861) 



10, 8. 2 
8.4 

8.5 
8.6 
8.7 
8. 10 

8.84 

11.8.4 

21, 8. 2 

26. 8. 3 

27. 8. 2 

41, 8. 1 
40 . . 

42. 8. 3 
45, 8. 2 



. . . 278,1867 

1868 

1868 

. . 214, 262. 1868 
454, 455. 456, 1868 
. 687, 1807, 1868 
. . 1549 
.31, 1988 
. . 1748 
... 411 



. 1056, 2227 

. . . 1659 

. . . 1124 

1126, 1465, 1578, 

2270 

c. 47. 8. 2 631, 850, 1108, 1481. 
1846. 1871 

8. 10 581 

c. 52, 8. 4 149 

c. 55, 8. 1 2181 

8.3 616 

c. 62 1802 

c. 68. 8. I 147 

c. 69. 8. 2 . 326, 2086. 2107 
c. 75, 8. 4 .... 209, 380 

c. 82. 8. 13 614 

c. 88, 8. 2 . 128, 1590, 1909. 

2173 

c. 86, 8. 19 . 879,1126,1586 

c. 91,8.44 1404 

c. 94 . . . . 13. 14, 1442 

c. 95 1442 

C.96 1442.2171 

8. 1 663. 674, 988. 1280, 
1584,2107,2172 

••2 1478 

8.8 215 

8. 18 209 

8.28 2135 

8. 24 . . . 720,2135 

B. 82 467 

8. 86 . . . 1363,1569 
8.44 . . . 1187,1667 

8.45 501 

8. 46 .... 22, 963 

8.47 22 

8,49 ... . 22,1187 

8.60 1777 

8.61 233 

8. 68 . . . 590,1157 
8.66 2211 



clxvi 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



P«ge 
24 & 26 Vict. c. 06, s. 68 . . . . 487, 916 

8.04 1497 

8. 68 . 616, 1886. 2094 

8. 76 66, 162, 299, 684, 

1207, 1361, 1818, 2172 

88.76-80 .... 1207 

8. 76 66, 162, 1207, 1778 

8.80 1612 

8.86 723 

8. 88 . . 299.822,1308 

8.96 766 

8. 100 . 438, 1217, 1744 
8. 103 . . 768, 912, 2218 

{MaliciouB c. 97 118. 237, 1442 

Damage Act, 8. 8 ... . 1324, 1874 

1861) 8.6 228 

8. 11 . . 603, 604. 1864 
8. 16 . . . 467.1182 

8.17 ... 1926,1946 

8 29 637 

8.36 1808 

8.41 2136 

8.60 2062 

8.61 2136 

8. 62 . 688, 1660, 2243 
8.68 1160 

(Forgery c. 08 1442 

Act.iaei) 8. 16 . . . 1411,1626 

8.20 486 

8.22 191 

8.23 27,160,1676,2122, 
2218 

8.24 160 

8.84 1476 

8 88 986 

{Coinage c. 09 '. . ! ! .* 1442.1617 

Offences Act, 8. 1 . 406, 420, 446. 448. 

1861) 691, 812 

88.9-16 .... 2166 

88.20-23 .... 2166 

8.30 2166 

{Offences c. 100 1442 

against the 8. 6 959 

Person Act, ». 7 1209 

1861) 88.11-16 .... 146 
8.16 2052 

8.18 146,614,1136,1873 

8.19 1118 

8. 20 . . . 965,2186 

8.27 2 

8.29 619 

8.42 274 

8.44 . . 764,867,1192 
8.46 .. . 274,1192 

8.47 Q66 

8.63 ... . 6,1617 

8.64 6 

8. 66 . 1046, 1517. 2007 

8.66 764 

8. 67 . . . 190,1046 
8. 68 .6, 42, 279, 1298, 

1499 

8.69 1298 

8. 60 . . 307, 466, 1811 

8.61 84 

8.68 261 

c. 104, 8. 19 168 

c. 107, 8. 1 23 ] 



Page 
24 & 26 Vict. c. 109 .... 730, 782. 2148 
(5a/mofi 8. 4 464. 729. 730, 731. 

Fishery Act, 977, 1786, 2064, 2287 

1861) 8.8 1365 

•.9 1785 

8.10 1365 

8. 11 781 

8.20 729 

8.27 1946 

8.81 984 

c. 110,8. 3 467 

c. 113, 8. 3 1085 

c. 114 1043 

8 2.... 221, 1470 

c. 116. 8. 48 1366 

c. 117.8.4 . . 66,1061,2289 

c. 121 2231 

c. 132, 8. 8 1402 

{Land c. 183, s. 8 . . . . 1890,2222 
Drainage Act, 8. 6 1846 

1861) 8.28 1060 

8.88 .. . 1000,1643 

{Bankrg c. 184 2281 

Act, 1861) 8. 153 1001 

8. 159 2180 

8. 192 ... . 161, 983 

8. 198 .. . 161. 1969 

8. 229 . . 90.436,1477. 

2181 

8.230 1758 

(Dean Forest c. zl, s. 1 794 

Act, 1861) 

26 & 26 Vict c. 7, 8. 1 058 

c. 20, 8. 1 745 

(Revenue c 22. s. 12 1460 

Act, 186^) 8.13 1810 

8.28 . . 260,2275 

0.26, 8. 11 1570 

C.85 1233 

8.6 1914 

8.80 1186 

8.37 .280,380,866,979, 
1868,2085 

c. 87. 8. 1 1656 

C.88 1839,1923 

0.41, 8.1 411 

c. 42 1769 

0.43 1286,1798 

0.46, 8. 2 426 

0.63 2231 

8. 140 . 954. 1466. 1614 

0.64,8.1 . 198.1130.1184. 

1430, 1812, 1986 

c. 68, 8. 1 1408 

(Highvpag 0.61,8.2 421 

Act, 1862) 8. 3 . . . 667, 878, 1403 

8.32 1403 

8.43 1381 

(Mer, Ship- o. 68, 8. 3 180 

ping Act 8.29 2244 

Amendt, Act, 8. 83 1467 

1862) 8.41 1112 

8.61 426 

8. 64 69, 91 

(4) . . . . 920 
8. 66 . 1302. 1871, 2232 

8.67 687 

0.64,8.3 .... 380,466 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxvii 



25 & 26 Vict. c. 66, 8. 1 
c. 67, 8. 48 



(Fine Arts 
Copyright 
Act, 1862) 



8.1 



PugB 
... 209, 1478 

1614 

. . . 1308,2231 
149, 742. 816, 1479, 

1725 
1797 



(ComfL Act, 
1862) 



8.2 ... . 
8. 4 ... . 
8. 6 409, 1234, 1466, 1726 

8. 11 2134 

c.85,8.4. 130,204,404,1233 

c 86 218 

a 87,8. 6 .... 938,2182 

c. 88, 8.1 1208 

C.89 . 76,201,241,364,476, 

686, 1022, 1187, 1332, 

1603, 1802, 1863, 1883, 

2231, 2262, 2268 

8. 3 990 



8.4. 

8.6 . 

8.10 
8.12 
8.16 
8.18 

8.20 
8.23 
8.26 
8.26 
8.27 
8.29 
8.32 
8.85 
8.38 



8.48 
8.49 
B. 51 



8. on 
B. 74 . 

8.79 . 
(4) 
(5) 

B8. 7^128 

8.80 . 

8.81 . 

8.82 . 

8.86 . 

8.87 . 
8.90 . 
8.93 . 
B.95 . 



284, 235, 353, 379, 
763, 793 

1466 

2136 

266 

1915 

.... 255,363 

248 

1185 

1693 

2282 

1153 

1940 

983 

55. 168*7, i693, 1974 

. 896, 1427, 1541, 

1861, 2122 

(7) . . 289,1378 

. 983, 1854, 1916 

2282 

362,487,1789,1740, 
1920 
. 1492, 1668, 1977 
396, 1915 
. 1176 
. 2114 



1034 
2252 
1259 



396,484 

. 1562 

55 

. 1915 

274, 579 

309, 1254, 1563, 

1823 

8.115 1562 

8.129 1740 

88. 12&-146 . . . 2252 

8. 131 . 182, 1791, 1862, 

1932 

8. 183 . . . 1402, 2146 

8. 184 1915 

8.138 1083 

8. 141 579 

8.145 1535 

88. 147-152 . . . 2252 

8.153 549 

B. 158 1579 



Pag« 

25&26 Vict.c. 89,8. 159 435 

8. 160 435 

8.161 .70,353,652.1292, 
1823 

8.162 62 

8.163 1830 

8.165 . . . 1208,1325 
8. 180 .... 353, 381 

8.181 1022 

8. 199 . 379, 1022, 1185, 

1648, 2140 

Table A .... 1836 

Art. 10 . 955, 

2091 

Art. 27 . 1186 

Art. 35 . 1185 

Art. 48 . 2203 

c. 93, 8. 3 198, 1035, 1865, 1949 

c.97,8.2 246,326,729,1036, 

1590, 1765, 1785, 2178 

c. 101 1103 

8.3. 222,232,272,826, 
338, 557, 1056, 1407 

{Afetrop c. 102 1055 

Man, Act, 8.53 1949 

186£) 8.75 226.805,925,2168 

8. 77 102, 212. 754, 940, 

953, 1278, 1379, 1388, 

2012 

8.85 .. . 389,1878 

8.96 2012 

8. 106 570 

8. 107 389 

8. 112 272, 326, 844, 573, 
1196, 1197, 1272. 1480, 
1551, 1949, 1996, 2221 

c. 103 846 

8. 14 . . . 1652,2172 

B. 15 838 

c. 110,8. 3 262 

c. 111,8. 1 137 

c. 114 795 

8. 1 ... 795, 1035 

26 & 27 Vict: c. 10, 8. 2 189 

ell ... 1126,1315,1695 
c. 23 ....... 1273 

c. 24, 8. 2 . . . 220, 273, 425 
c. 26, 8. 3 . . 1055, 1390, 2222 

C.27 838 

c. 28, 8. 2 708 

a 29 258 

8. 7 959 

(Revenue c. 83, s. 1 1748 

Act, 186S) 8. 20 1599 

c. 38, 8. 1 197 

c. 40, 8. 2 159, 615 

{Innkeeper^ c. 41, 8. 1 408, 674, 2243, 2244 

Liability Act, 1863) %.^ 978 

0.49,8.87 . . . 1204,1519 

c. 51,8.15 1425 

c. 57, 8. 2 958 

(Volunteer c. 65, 8. 24 1152 

Act, 1863) 8. 26 1942 

8. 45 2203 

8. 49 . 102, 1099, 2202 

c. 70 1384,2191 

c. 71. 8.2 843 

c. 73,8.2 958 



clxviii 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



26 & 27 Vict. 



{Ry C.Act, 



c. 73,s. Ill . 
c. 84, 8.1. . 
c. 87, 8. 11 (2) 

8. 48 . 
c. 88, 8. 3 
8.66 



(Salmon 
Fishery (Ir) 
Act, 186S) 



(Comp, C. 
Act, 186S) 



27 & 28 Vict. 
(Revenue (No. 
Act, 1S64) 



{Naval Prize 
Act, 1864) 



Page 
. . 1476 
. . 386 
. . 1268 
. . 562 
. . 567 
. . 952 

c. 90 1221,1808 

c. 92,8. 3 2064 

8.5 2111 

8.6 2111 

8. 10 1031 

8.36 76 

c 94, 8.1 1403 

c.96,8.2 1032 

c. 97 .... 199, 815, 1136 

c. 108, 8. 80 . . 199, 667, 1184, 

1695 

0. 112 2020 

8. 8 200, 261, 1085, 1086, 

1066, 1521, 1613, 1646, 

1951, 2019, 2265 

c. 114, 8. 9 1287 



8.19 . 

8.44 . 
c. 116, 8. 8 . 
c. 117, 8. 3 . 
c. 118, 8. 28 . 

8.30 . 

parts 
c. 119,8.3 . 
c. 120, 8. 37 . 
0.124, 8. 3 . 
0.125. . . 
c. 18, 8. 6 . . 

1) 8.9. . 
8. 15 . 

c. 22, 8. 20 . 
c. 24 . . . 
c. 25 . . . 



1024 

730 

258, 425, 831 

. . 1368 

. . 983 

. . 482 

. . 470 

. 848,493 

. 60,180 

. 67. 988 

1190, 1791 

. . 1310 

. . 1040 

. . 1433 

184, 326, 1605 

875, 1827, 1868 

1560 



8. 2 822, 875, 1827. 1867, 

1868, 1870 

8 3 425 



8.52 1027 

c. 38, 8. 2 . . . . 726, 1865 

a 86. 8. 15 1748 

c. 36, 8. 2 1660 

c. 87,8. 3 308 

c. 88. 8. 1 . . 1055, 1103, 1391, 

1712 

0.89 2172 

8. 1 1292 

c.44 1593 

c.47,8.4 2054 

8. 10 2054 

Sch A .... 2054 

o. 53, 8. 2 . . 29. 43, 326, 1027. 

1036, 1135, 1445 

c 54, 8. 4 113, 196, 812, 1032, 

1126 

c 55, 8.1 274 

c. 56, 8. 14 2076 

c. 67,8.2 1056 

c.64 887 

8.4 1691 

0.65 169,2231 

8.4 826 

c.67 795 

c. 77, 8. 17 842 



Page 

27 & 28 Vict. c. 80 313 

c. 91 ... 466, 1144, 1517 

c 92, 8. 3 830 

0.94, 8. 2 1594 

c.97,8. 7 233 

0.98,8.1 197 

c. 99, 8. 3 . 168, 287. 326, 426, 
481, 493, 1419, 1492, 
1588, 1665 
c. 101. 8. 8 . . . 879, 1607 

8. 18 1597 

8. 21 1101 

8. 25 1131 

8. 48 . . . . 878, 923 

8. 51 1878 

c. 112 847 

8.1 497 

8. 2 . 476, 1029, 1055 

0. 118, 8. 3 ... . 246. 726 

0.114 . 922,954,1060.1662. 

1836, 2231 

115,8.2 1055 

1065 



{Highway 
Act, 1864) 



(Judgments 
Act, 1864) 



28 & 29 Vict. 

(Parliament- 
ary Costs Act, 
1866) 



8.3 

c. 120, 8. 2 

0. 121, 8. 2 

0. clxxviii, 88. 100, 101 

c. 18 . . 

8.9 



(Ahtrop Fire 
Brigaae Act, 
1865) 



(BoviU'sAct) 0.86 



0.88 



8.1 
8.5 



1645, 1647 

1578, 1647 

2180 

506 

419 

0.27 1798 

8.2 1477 

8 3 1855 

8.5 1969 

8.9 1578 

8. 10 1554 

0. 36, 8. 17 2173 

0.42, 8. 2 . . 556,557,2061 
0.48,8.2 . . . 855,1980 
o. 50, 8. 4 . 1036, 1478, 1695 
0.56,8.2 . 1135,1538,1566 
0. 60, 8. 1 ... 271, 1801 
8 2 1891 

0. 68, 8! 1 336, 1084, 1087, 1724 

0.64,8.2 1084 

0.72,8.2 1807 

0.78,8.2 . . . 1326,1807 
0.75,8.3 . . . 199.1849 

0.78 470,1229 

0.79 2191 

0. 82, 8. 2 312 

0. 85, 8. 1 J)64 

... 213 

579, 939, 1652 

. 1684,2083 

. . . 1683 

8. 2 285. 290. 954, 1027, 

1056, 1067, 1070, 1326, 

1891, 1688, 1845 

0.90,8.2 ... 990,1196 

8.82 1497 

8.83 1388 

0. 94 8. 1 1050 

c! 101, 8. 8 286, 470i 954, 955, 
1055, 1391, 1514, 1688 

0. 102, 8. 1 1489 

0.104 439,966 

8. 5 . . . 1027,1419 

8.6 1979 

0. Ill, 8. 2 . . . 1724, 1807 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxix 



28 & 29 Vict. 

{Salmon 
fishery Act, 
18S5) 



{Prison Act, 
18S5) 



20&9OVict. 



{Sanitanf 
Ad, 1966) 



30 & 81 Vict. 

{British N. 
America 
Act, 1967) 



Page 
€.121,8.8 . . . 1687,17(J5 

8.35 740 

8.86. . . 740,1768 

8.89 732 

c. 124, 8.8 1476 

c. 125,8.2 . 563,1035.1134, 
1168,2180 

c. 126 1563 

8.4 326,439,799,1552, 
2094 

8.5 1558 

8.6 1086 

8.9 1082 

8.10 850 

8.37. . . 119,1367 

c. 2, 8. 8 . . . .84, 272, 273 

8. 4 . . .326, 557, 1115 

c.4,8. 16 1036 

c 17. 8.2 278 

c. 19 489 

c. 81,8. 1 1693 

c. 82, 8. 3 1281 

c.3p. 8.2 . . . .802,383 
c. 87, 8.1 ... 156,2081 

c.39,8.2 1548 

c. 44, 8. 2 348, 344, 418, 592, 
1086 

c.47,8.4 1827 

c. 49, 8. 24 1590 

c69,8. 7 262 

c. 71, 8. 2 . . 814, 874, 1206 

c. 75. 8. 1 638 

a 84, 8. 1 . . 147, 950, 1695 

C.89 877,2039 

8.64 1973 

c. 90, 8. 10 . . . 1878,2013 

8.10 1301 

8. 57 . . 200, 418, 2077 

c.97,8.3 1060 

c. 103,8. 1 . . . 855,1186 
c. 108, 8. 2 29, 470, 1645, 1648 

c. 109, 8. 86 1988 

8.87 208 

c. 118, 8. 18. ; ... 1402 

c. 117,8. 3 . 1035,1136,1153. 

1553 

c. 118, 8. 4 . 1086, 1036, 1134, 

1563 

8.7 285 

C.122 . 134,847,1115,1117, 

1157 

c 3, 8. 91 . 163, 164, 316, 659, 

1804 

8.92. 164,316,534,659 

8. 109 2106 

Sch 3 . . . 1606, 1766 

c. 6 851 

c. 15,8. 3 .... 581,666 

c.28. 8. 7 1919 

c.29 1076 

C.36 1776 

8.6. . . . 1291,1343 
c. 87, 8. 2 198, 657, 900, 1502 
c. 88, 8. 1 .... 283, 411 
c. 44, 8. 2 . 56, 191, 1180, 1492, 
1979 
c.46,8.3. .1027,1030,1206, 
1890 



30&81 Victc. 
(Sale of Land c. 
by Auction 
Act, 1967) 



{Real Estates c. 
Charges 
Act, 1967) 



( Vaccination C. 
Act 0/1967) 



{Revenue 
Act, 1967) 



Page 
46,8.1. . . . . . 1126 

48 1780.2261 

8. 3 ... 56, 148, 1619 

8.4 2261 

8. 5. . 1056,1780,2261 

8.7 920 

62,8.11 . 830,1827,1986 

58,6.8 343 

56,8.3 343 

60 2282 

69 1118 

8. 1 477 

8.2. . 1228,1659,2038 

70.8.3. 

80, 8. 2 . 

82, 8. 5 . 

8. 20 

84, 8. 16 

8.26 

8.29 

8.31 



c. 

c. 
(P. H. Scot- c. 
land Act, 1967) 
{Rep, People c. 
Act, 1967) 



1468 

2131 

199 

1184 

1409 

1670 

99, 1836, 1877, 2041 
90,8.1 816, 1495,1887,2079 
8.8 2078 

8.17 

94, 8. 2 . 
98. 8. 3 . 
101, 8. 8 
8.89 



102 



8.3 



(1 

(2) 

(3) 



8.4 . 
8.6 . 

8.6 . 
». 7 (1) 



{Ry Comp. 
Act, 1967) 



8.26 

8.31 

8.46 
8.49 

8.61 

103, 8. 3 

107, 8. 1 

108, 8. 1 
111, 8. 2 



(7) 



49,1908,2092 
... 557 
724, 1435. 1812 
160, 198, 479 
. . . 1617 
208, 552, 690 
. . 970 
1079, 1151 
. . 589 
69 
1736, 1829 
. . 2129 
. . 1010 
. . 358 
. . 1967 
. . 670 
. . 1735 
. . 217 
. . 609 
. 851, 685 
119, 1160 
. . 1185 
. . 536 
119 



( Comp, Act, c. 
1967) 



114.8.2 273,426,1027,1116. 

1144, 1867 

118,8.1 1326 

119,8.3 466 

124. 8. 9 1694 

125, 8. 4 1560 

126.8.3 . . 426.481,1862 
127,8.8 . 81.381,426,801, 

1029, 1645, 1&48. 1862 
8.4 .. . 893.2267 

8. 12 1634 

8. 15 1586 

8. 28 872 

128.8.3 . 467,1812,1942 

130 800 

8. 3 68, 308, 799, 2263, 
2287 

181 2253 

8. 9 . . . 256,1689 

8. 18 486 

8. 15 . . . . 863, 436 



clxx 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



PugB 

so & 81 Vict. c. 131, B. 26 138, 390, 301, 867, 

027,089,041,1373, 

1788 

88.27-30 . . . 1862 

8.86. . . 1016,1476 

'8.38. .891,1047,1290, 

1826,2208 

8. 40 867 

.182,8.1 686 

183, 8. 1 89 

134 861 

8.2 1196 

8.3 . 842,1184,1611, 
1U49 

8. 4 806 

8.0 40 

8. 16 829 

. 140, 8. 2 1812 

142,8.6 340,802,760,1026, 

1682, 2072 

8. 7 . . . 1371, 1689 



c. . 

c. 
{Meirop c. 

Streets Act, 
1867) 



c. 

c. : 



81 & 32 Vict c. 



8.10 
8.11 

8.36 
144 . . 

8.7 

146, 8. 4 
4 . . . 

8.1 . 
8. 2 . 

5. . . 
12, 8. 2 . 
18, 8. 2 . 

20, 8. 10 

21, 8. 4 . 
22,8. 3. 
24 . . 
25, 8. 3 . 
29, 8. 2 . 
32, 8. 4 . 
38, 8. 2 . 
34 . . 

1.8.4. 



1367, 2072, 2102 
. 1714,2174 



. . . 1380 

136, 1608 

616, 849, 2271 

1396 

764, i622, 2122 

. . . 1^2 

... 861 

. . . 1892 

. 801. 1648 

. 1466, 1956 

. 1086 

. 1478 

. 861 

. 1184 

386,337 

. 1324 

. 767 

. 337 

948 



{Partition 
Act, 1868) 



c. 
(Sea Fish- c. 
eries Act, 1868) 



(Rep. People c. 
{Scot) Act, 
1868) 

i Rep, People c. 
{Ir) Act, 1868) 

c. 
c. 
c. 



37, 8. 6 . 218, 801, 832, 1084, 

1560 

248, 1416, 1847 

... 180 

820, 1420 



40 . . 

8.8 
8.4 

8. 

41, 8. 2 . 

42, 8. 2 
46, 8. 6 

8. 8 

8. 21 

8. 28 
46, 8. 3 

48, 8. 4 , 
8. 49 
8. 69 

49, 8. 4 
8. 26 

62, 8. 3 
64 . . 
66 . . 

8.2 

69, 8. 3 



791 

. 232, 1407 

. . . 1136 

848, 1804, 1806 

... 1806 

. . . 2276 

1804 

657, 1267, 1329 

. . . 1820 

... 217 

128, 1305, 1391, 

1538, 1601 

. . . . 1829 

. 200,314,421, 

2076 

. . 796 

. . 662 

. . 1478 

. . 1478 

1086, 1163 



31 & 32 Vict. c. 60, 8. 2 . . . 1036, 1812 

C.61 1166 

c.62 706 

c64,8.2. ... 1693,2276 

0.68 2231 

8.2 116 

{Co, Co. Ad' c. 71 1867 

miraltyJur, 8.3 43 

Act, 1868) (2) .... 2206 

(3) . . . . 458 

8.6 43 

8.9 1988 

8.10 273 

«.21(1) .... 2180 
(2) . . . 66,2180 

8.20 716 

8.81 482 

0,72 800 

c. 82,8. 4 1056 

0.83,8.2. . . . 116,1931 
c. 84, 8. 2 . 426, 626, 712, 863 

0.86, 8.1 493 

8. 8 1503 

a 06, 8. 19 861 

c. 96, 8.1 811,814,874.1056, 
1126, 1167,1403,2176 

8.23 507 

0.07,8.4 187,083 

clOO 829 

8.2 ... 493,1630 

0. 101. 8. 3 . 41, 298, 404, 436, 

442.476,486.487,646.836. 

874.964.987,1030,1084, 

1288, 1477, 1648, 1624. 1814. 

1866.1068,1986,2176.2276 

c. 104.8. 8 661 

cl07 2218 

8.6 .... 866,380 

0. 108.8.2 232 

o. 109 ... . 177,312,813 

B.6 891 

8. 10 . . . 699,1403 
(Tdegraph c. 110, 8. 8 . .94, 1066, 2121 

Act, 1868) 8.7 180 

8.8 86 

c. 112, 8. 80 2077 

8. 40 209 

0.114,8.2 1686 

{Larceny c 116 1776 

Act, 1868) 8.1 .... 182,408 

(Public 0.118,8.2 1798 

SchooUAct, 8.3 .. . 667.1269 

1868) 8.4 213 

8. 13 1496 

{Regn.of 0.119 1766 

RaSwaysAct, 8. 2 . . . 1646.1647 

1868) 8.41 . . . 397.1639 

{Pharmacy c. 121. 8. 1 . . . 1040, 1464 

Act, 1868) 8.2 1499 

8.8 801 

8. 15 . 1464, 1500, 1824 

8. 16 1600 

8. 17 . . . 1184,1824 
Sch A . . . . 1409 

C.122 861,1286 

8.33 416 

8.37 2246 

0.124,8.6 1921 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxi 



31 A 32 Vict. c. 
(PaHiamtntarjf 
ilectioHi 
Act, 1868) 



126, s. 3 



c. 180 



B.4 . 

8.6(4) 

B. 8 
8.0 
8.11(11) 

8.40 
8.68 



Page 

208, 264, 413, 600> 

1107. 1689, 1773 



S2 & 83 Vict. c. 
c. 
{RtvtnueAtt, o. 
1869) 



1008 
. 1882 
089 
. 989 
. 1911- 
. 483 
206, 1681 
. 2072 



[Win^and 
Beerhouse 
Act, 1869) 



C.27 



(Poor Rate c. 
Asseument and 
Collection Act, 
1869) • 



{Irish Chwch c 
Act, 1869) 



{Co Co. 
Adm, Jur. 
A mend t. Act, 
1869) 



8. '2 

8.8 1637 

10,8.2. . . . 837.1084 

11,8.2 220.888 

14 800,888 

8.4 410 

8.11 ... 601,1627 

8.12 1040 

8. 18 268 

8.19(3) . . 1147,1148 

(5) . . . . 1148 

(6) 281, 261, 1002. 

2079, 2176 
(8) . . . . 888 
(12) ... 888 
(l.S) ... 116 
(16) ... 116 

17, 8. 1 2242 

19 1980 

8.2. .. . 414,1628 

906 

8.2 178,818 

8. 7 . . . 174, 618, 1890 

8. 8. . . . 682,1709, 

1710 

8. 10 . . . 930,1709 

28,8.4. . . . 830,2076 

38.8.2 168 

40.8.1 1179 

8.2. .. . 1644,1983 

41 1664 

8.2 1068 

8.8. .. . 1091,1668 

8.4 1091 

8.6 1664 

8. 16 . . . . 282, 1380 

8. 19 1001 

8. 20 . 1196, 1384. 1300, 
1607, 2186 

42 813 

8.20 1666 

8.32 2061 

8.34 1060 

8. 72 180. 271, 311, 446. 

609. 814, 1082, 1070. 

1687 

43,8.3 1812 

46 879 

47, 8. 1 880 

8.3 1014 

40 1116 

61 43,1867 

8. 2. . . . 821.1869 
8.8(3) .... 468 

8.4 468 

66,8.1 72,661 

8.6 909 

8.9 661 



32 & 88 Vict. 
{Endowed 
Schools Act, 
1869) 



c. 66 



4. 
6. 
6. 
7. 
11 
19 

29 



{Debtors 
Act, 1869) 



67,8, 
62 



3. 



(3) 
(4) 



Page 
. . 667,764 
... 620 
600, 601, 602 
... 619 
846, 667, 880 
. . 680,629 
606, 760, 760, 986, 
1704 
601.602 
686,2184 
. 872 
. 680 
1807 



( Valuation 
{Metropolis) 
Act, 1869) 



c. 63, 8. 23 

C.67 . . 
8.4. 



(Evidence c. 
Further Amendt, 
Act, 1869) 

{ Contagious c. 

Diseases 

{Animals) Act, 

1869) 

{ Bankrif c. 

Act, 1869) 



148, 884. 662, 920, 1208 

4 1437 

(2) . . . . 1082 
(8) 480, 712. 1616 
(4) . . 1326,1904 
6 (la) . . . 1.S40 
(2) . . 866,1182 

6 144 

11(13) ... 482 

14) ... 1366 

16) ... 1366 

18(1) . . . 483,476 

(2) . . . . 434 

(3) . . . . 98 
24-28 .... 2214 
27 2198 

... 349 
829, 871, 1668 
87, 839, 871, 1196, 
138-i. 1664, 1996, 
2131,2186^2282 

8.6 2172 

8.32 69 

8.42 .. . 1178,1862 

0.46 1683 

8.47 76 

8.76 1256 

68 606 

8.2 1170 

8.8 1668 

8.4» 1027 

70,8.6. . 84,272,273,383 

8.7 208 

8.76 1046 

8.89 2166 

71 889,384.868.981.1446. 
1662, 1816, 1080 

6 179,408 

7 1670 



12 
18 
16 
17 
23 
81 



1816 

1664 

. 290, 1818. 1814 

2181 

. . 487.488,880 
392, 690, 942. 1106 

1402 

1237 

. . . 214,1076 

1788 

762 

274 

. 1782, 1783, 1816 

046 

1622 

1, 819, 1484, 1973 



clxxii 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



82&38 Victc.71,8 94 



( Telegraph 
Act, 1869) 



c. 78, 8. S 

•.23 
8.24 

c. 74. 8. 6 . 

c. 79, 8. . 

c. 83, 8. 4 . 

c. 87, 8. 2 . 

c. 89, 8. 8 . 

c. 91, 8. 8 . 

c. 94, 8. 14 

c. 99, 8. 2 . 
8. 18 

c. 100, 8. 10 

c. 102, 8. 2 

8.16 

8.46 



Sch 1 



Page 

161 

2088 



1193, 2018. 2019. 
2091, 2121 
. . 1622 
. . 1622 
834,1066 
. . 1600 
. . 1446 
1184. 1666 
, . 326 
. 426.426 
. 288,311 
302. ir36 
. . 381 
. . 670 
. . 108 
206,1989 
1282, 1688. 



661 



{Metrop c. 

Pubiic Carriage 
Act, 1869) 



83 & 84 Vict. c. 
c. 
c. 



103, 8. 8 . 

104, 8. 6 . 
107,8.2 . 
111.8 14 . 
112,8.2 . 
113.8.2 . 
116 .. . 

8.4 . 

8.7 . 
8 9(1) 

6.13 . 

3.8.6 . . 
7. 8. 103 
9,8.3 . 



c. 
{NcUuratiza- c. 
tion Act, 1870) 

c. 

c. 



c. 

( Attorney b' c. 
and Solicitors' 
Act, 1870) 



c. 
(Apportion- c. 
inent Act, 1870) 



221. 462. 746 
616. 2131. 2218 
347 
1480, 2020 
692. 1820 
. . 1281 
. . 247 
846, 1927 
. . 1498 
789 
i036, ia36 
. . 968 



{Landlord < 
and Tenant 
(/r) Act, 1870) 



302, 381. 834. 844, 

1027. 2062 

8. 4 . . . 116,668,1293 

8. 84 1274 

10 1929 

14,8.2 60 

8. 17 . . 636, 833, 1326 

20. 8. 4 1813 

23,8.1. . . . 760,1381 

8.6 760 

8.6 406 

. . . 1600 

28 827 

8.8 147,326 

8. 4 688, 988 

8.8 428 

8.9 688 

8.10 428 

8. 17 827 

8.20 147 

c,29 906 

8.3 2003 

8.14 406 

30 473,1833 

34, 8. 3 . . . . 404, 1662 

36 21 

8.2. . '678,1466.1716 
8.6. 90,660,1603.1712. 
2084 
8. 7 ... . 676. 2236 
86.8.11 .... 84, 272 
8. 12 . . . 383, 1648 

46, 8 16 2077 

8.26 1108 

8.68 62 



P»ee 

83 & 34 Vict. c. 46. 8. 69 1086 

8. 70 . 922. 1060, 1070. 
1419. 1846, 2023 

8.71 884 

c. 49. 8. 1 . . . . 426, 1027 

{Extradition c. 62 1241 

Act, 1870) 8.3 1604 

8.8 103 

8.10 747 

8.19 1810 

8. 26 22. 220, 406. 678. 

788, 888, laSO, 1036, 

1136, 2213 

c. 66, 8. 9 964 

c.67,8.2 844 

8. 7. . . . 447,2179 

c. 68,8. 21 1476 

c. 61. 8. 2 287, 436, 718, 1603, 
1604 

8.14 1604 

8. 21 . . . 436,2114 

c. 66.8. 2 1274 

c. 70,8.2 667,1116,1766,1767 

(National c. 71 1940 

Debt, 1870] 8. 8 . 20, 379, 426, 1724. 

1939, 1941, 2218 

8.62 088 

c. 72. 8. 8 302 

(EUmentary c. 76 ... 600. 1401, 1664 
Education 8.3 610, 984, 1163. 1196. 

Act, 1870) 1401, 1407. 1798, 2016, 

2186 

8.84 362 

8.36 1708 

8.74 1670 

8.91 406 

Sch 2. parti . . 436 
Sch 8. R. 7 . . . 1326 

c. 76 6 

(Junes c. 77,8. 6. . . . 1032,1384 

Act, 1870) 8.6 1913 

8.9 1082 

Sch 1032 

( Tramways c. 78 « . 2086 

Act, 1870) 8. 8 667. 1036, 1116, 1117. 

1766 

8. 18 368 

8. 83 ... . 897, 631 

8.42 1678 

8.43 2087 

8.46 1439 

8.61 1319 

8.64 735 

8.62 1979 

c79, 8. 2. . . . 1622,2095 

i Foreign c. 90, 8. 4 624 
inlistment 8. 8 1199 

Act, 1870) (8) .... 2210 

(4) .... 1244 

8. 30 229, 425. 638. 747. 

883. 1168. 1199, 1244, 

1867. 1868.2181 

c. 91 195, 812, 683, 1206, 1534 

c. 92,8.2 128 

(M,W.P. 0.93, 8. 7. . . . 1086,1827 

^cf, 1670) 8. 8 1716 

8.10 183 

8.14 306 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxiii 



Page 

33 & 84 Vict. c. 97 583,1844 

(Stamp Act, s. 2 . . 1165, 1928, 1929 

1870) 8. 19 1360 

8 49(1) .... 1676 

8.64 682 

8.69 1628 

8.70 1088 

8.73 2066 

8.96 1071 

8.105 17 

Sch 986 

c. 98, 8. 2 . . . . 1928, 1920 

c. 99, 8. 8 2236 

c. 104 820. 869, 436, 1698, 1797, 
2124 

c. 109,8.6 2192 

8.7 326 

c. 110, 8. 4 . . 195,324,1694 
c. 112, 8.2 .... 699,814 

84 & 36 Vict. c. 3, 8. 4 1696 

c. 4, 8.2(1) 1016 

c. 11,8.2 617 

c. 12, 8. 2 1892 

c. 18, 8. 8 610 

(BankBoli- c. 17 .... 162,288,464, 
daut Act, 1871) 1129 

c. 18 1628 

c. 22, 8. 2 . 70, 404. 561, 1056, 

1083, 1279, 1419, 1465, 1695, 

1904, 1989, 2088, 2142 

c. 26, 8. 2 . . . . 334, 1323 

c.28 1627 

c. 81 2082 

8.7 1623 

8.23 1208 

c. 82. 8. 1 (3) .... 1214 
c. 36, 8. 2 . . . . 1447, 1609 
c. 40, 8.1. . . . 370,2203 

{Gasworks c. 41 1801 

Clauses Ad, 8. 4 . . 426, 1538, 1988 

1871) 8.11 ... 1315,1390 

8.36 1258 

8.39 1815 

c.42,8.6 494 

c 43, 8. 8 . 118, 179, 838, 1776, 
1996 

8.29 1868 

c. 44, 8. 2 . . . 179, 195, 1480 

8.8 89 

8. 11 89 

C.45 972 

c. 47. 8.2 1186 

C.56 398,878 

8.2 398 

c.61,8.6 1407 

0. 65, 8. 3 . . 167, 1027, 1866 

c66 1664 

c. 70 199, 1116 

8.2 1606 

c. 78,8. 2. . . . 1645,1647 

8. 16 1135 

c79 1120 

c.84,8. 8 644 

c.85,8.2 155,794 

c. 86 . 116, 1099, 1199, 1698, 
1786 

c. 87 986 

8.2. .. . 302,1602 



Page 

34 & 86 Vict. c. 88, 8. 2 661 

c. 92, 8. 1 2023 

c. 93. 8. 17 2219 

{Pedlars c. 96 1095 

Act, 1871) 8. 3 . . . . 1442, 1502 

8.6 1096 

8.22 802 

c. 97, 8. 11 .... 115,459 

c. 98, 8. 4 1402 

c. 100, 8. 2 198 

c. 105, 8. 2 . . 422, 860, 1867 

8.3 1478 

c. 107, 8. 3 1563 

C.108, 8. 8 . . . 270.2181 

8. 7 . . . 906,1768 

(Loc Gov c. 109, 8. 3 . 830, 1909, 2076 

{lr)Act, 1871) 8. 12 ... . 59, 161 

c. 111,8.3 173 

(Prevention of c. 112, 8. 10 849 

Crimes Act, 8.11 849 

1871) 8. 15 1484 

8. 20 802, 487, 969, 1319, 

1502 

(htetrop c. 118, 8. 3 657, 731, 1196, 1197, 

Water Act, 1388, 1389, 1588. 1900, 

1871) 2220, 2222 

8. 24 1419 

8. 34 1497 

0.114, 8.1 834 

86 & 86 Vict. c. 8, 8. 104 411 

c.8,8.2 . . . 196,255,467 

c. 16 1406 

c. 19, 8. 2 . 149, 883, 1168, 2180 

c. 20, 8. 13 888 

a 28, 8. 3 .833, 1035, 1680. 

2064 

0.24, 8. 14 . . . 1602,2107 

c. 27, 8. 3 1325 

(Ballot c. 33, 8. 1 .... 252, 884 

Act, 1872) 8.7 ... 942,1575 

8. 16 . . . 1665,2203 

8. 16 437 

8. 17 826 

8.18 287 

8.20 . 1477,1762,2203 

8.22 1181 

8.23 1181 

8. 29 ... . 1234 

Sch 1 .' 5i5. 326, 419, 428, 

657,618.1387,1506, 

1698, 2077 

c. 85, 8. 1 . 200, 271, 811, 2130 

c. 38 1196 

8.1 1032 

8. 14 487 

c. 41, 8. 7 1295 

c. 42, 8.1 1617 

c. 44, 8. 3 . 426, 561, 832, 1219, 

1814 

c. 50 . . . 1712,2023,2265 

c.61,8.2 1769 

8.4 1027 

c.57,8.4 474 

8.10 1027 

c. 68, 8. 4 . . 116, 1027, 1813, 
2083 

8.21 822 

8.56 1742 



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TABLE OF STATUTES. 



86 & 86 Vict. c. 58, 8. 02 1565 

c. 60, s. 2 254, 255, 609. 1693. 
1762. 2208 

8.3 1476 

8.28 209,423,609,1823, 

1837, 1693, 2077 

c. 62, 8.1 199,233.984,1401, 

1408, 1405, 1407, 1613, 

2016 

c. 64,8. 18 . . . . 115,459 

c. 65 52 

8. 3 . . 282, 1082, 1733, 

1889 

8.4. . . . 412,1179 

c. 68, 8. 14 1036 

8.15 . 696,1086,1234 

8.16 1812 

c. 70, 8. 2 1066 

c. 74,8. 2 126 

8.8 480 

(Coal Mines c. 76 1411 

Regn. Act, b. 17 . 486, 1205, 2229 

187S) 8. 18 615 

8.46 1707 

8.51 1674 

8.61 626 

8. 72 ... . 66,303 

8.78 146,147,287,1135. 

1208 

(MetaUiferous c. 77 2120 

Mines Regn, 8 13 . 999, 1467, 1814 

Act, 187^) 8. 28 . . . 269,2268 

8.36 983 

8.41 66,1204,1315,1391, 
1492, 1860 

8.42 287 

c. 78 2242 

{P.H.Act, c. 79, 8. 40 1468 

187^) 8.48 1103 

8. 60 . . 848,667,843 

c. 91 1075 

8.1 830 

8.2 1081 

c. 92, 8. 13 1387 

8. 14 . 380, 1884, 2186 

{Pawnbrok- c. 98 1911 

ers Act, 1872) 8. 5 . . 880. 1036, 1172, 

1431, 1496, 1874 

8. 6 ... . 649, 1431 

8. 10 1431 

8. 18 749 

8.34 1674 

8.56 . 625,1384,1445 

C.94 1971 

(Licensing 8. 8 . 64, 868. 1847, 1466, 

Act, 1872) 1748, 1782, 1824 

8. 6 1336 

8. 12 . . 651, 759, 1096 
8. 13 577,1823,1972,2009 
8.14 ... 126,1972 

8.15 1972 

8. 16 ... 1046, 1972 

8. 17 . . . 797,1972 

(1) . . . . 94 

8.25 758 

8.29 1913 

8.30 469 

8.87 1096 





ftv 


86&86yictc. 94, 8.40 . . . 174,2088 




8.42 174,1096,1183,1886 




8. 60 ... 1095, 1706 




8.62(2) .... 427 




8.72(4) .... 2042 




(9) .... 2237 




8.78 2258 




8. 74 209, 326, 421, 567, 




1005, 1095, 1096. 1097, 




1270, 1392, 1602, 1709, 




1748, 2076, 2088, 2136 




8. 77 386, 880. 1006. 1095, 




1097. 1862, 1892, 1538, 




1693, 1748, 1914, 1986, 2136 




8.81 1921 




8.83 1538 




Sch2 1709 


86 A 37 Vict c 9 62 




C.12 2009 




8.2 448 




c 17, 8. 2 596 




c. 19,8. 1 . . . . 71.1114 




c21,8.2 1323 




c.22,8.2 149,420 




c.30,8.6 167 




c.38,8.6 209 




a 36, 8. 8 422 




C.S7, 8. 8 1392 




c. 88,8. 3. . . . 188,1768 




c. 41, 8. 2 1329 




c. 44 881,2213 


U?e^. of 
Act^S) 


c 48 1646, 1647 

8. 8 251, 1186, 1483, 1645, 


1647, 1909, 1988, 2084 




8.8 1728 




8. 11 . 757, 1672, 2053, 




2070, 2163 




8.14 206,983,1242,1467, 




1920, 1931 




8. 16 1672 




8.17 1162 




8. 19 1639 




8.28 642 




c.49.8.6 718 




c.61,8.2. . . . 834,1826 




c. 52,8.7 423,426 




c.57,8.7. . . 90,832.1103 




c.68,8. 12 . . . . 116,469 




c.69,8.2. 667,747,2096,2180 




C.60 678 




c. 63, 8. 1 . . 624. 1064, 1695 


(Jud. Act, 


c. 66 .... 439,480,481 


1873) 


8. 19 479, 1028, 1850, 1958 




8.24 1760 




(3) 1292.1367.2060 




(6) . . 1446. 1933 

(7) . . 1446, 1581 






8.26 .. . 1760,2197 




2) . . . . 674 




3) .... 2217 




(4) . . . . 1191 




5) . . . 132, 631 




(6) 8, 130, 810, 673 




7) . . . . 641 

8) 1001,1083,1154 






(9) . . . . 2176 




8.89 1741 




8.46 964 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxv 



PftSe 
30 & 87 Vict c. 06, 8. 47 487,438,480,1028, 

1682 

8. 49 . 71, 416, 417, 642. 

1026 

8.60 717 

8. C2 00 

8.66 ... 080,1688 
8. 67 . . 20, 1342, 1676 

8.68 1827 

8.83 1828 

8.87 147 

8.80 1661 

8. 100 . 80, 273, 426, 442, 

408, 667, 1028, 1172, 

1361, 1417, 1447, 1477, 

1401, 1406, 1778, 1979 

8.118 71 

c.67,8.4 . 60,286,803,616 

c. 68, J. 8 1284 

c69 ... 147,1477,1004 

(Si/moo c. 71 2007 

Fitkert 8.4 86,328,730,732,836, 

Act, 187S) 084, 1816, 1376, 1380, 

1763, 1768, 1964 

8.16 1490 

8.18 1866 

8.22 2007 

c. 77, 8. 43 . . 102, 339, 2203 

c. 78, 8. 4 668 

c. 81. 8. 7 667 

c. 82, 8. 8 1446 

C.86, 8. 16 1467 

c. 86, 8. 27 . . 849. 848, 2131 

c. 87, 8. 7 . . . 606, 760, 980 

c 88, 8. 2 . 221, 426, 426, 667, 

747. 1893, 1894, 2090, 2180 

37 & 38 Vict c. 9, 8.0 718 

{Betting Act, c. 16. 8. 3 188 

1874) ••4 ... 666,1208 

C.16 1643 

c. 21, 8. 3 286 

c.27,8.2 837 

C.37 1701,1822 

c. 40,8.4 1909 

{BgSoc^ C.42 661 

Ad, 1S74) 8. 4 426 

8. 6 2033 

8. . . 771, 1087, 1228 
8.16 79,1113,1678,2069 
8. 82 . . . 988,2262 

8 30 960 

8.41 1229 

8.42 1933 

8.48 ... 1678,2168 

c 48, 8. 3 1366 

8. 7 . 121, 898, 616, 2206 

[Ucamng c. 49, 8. 9 1040 

Act, 1874) 8. 10 . 1122, 1970, 2092 

8. 16 1691 

8.17 467 

8. 22 920, 1096, 1690, 1866 

8.26 1408 

8. 80 ... 1842, 1666 

8. 32 . 1197, 1270. 1310, 

1607, 2076 

{M. W.P. c. 60,8. 2 1902 

Act, 1874) B. 6 1962 

c. 64 1786 



Page 
87 ft 88 Vict c. 64,8. 3. . . . 1204,1910 

{Rating Act, s. 4 1494 

XS74) 8. 1847 

8. 7 681, 720, 1070, 1204 

8. 8 ... . 1916, 1917 

8.16 127,839,1117,2173 

{Real Pro- c. 67 ... 1066,1620,1711 

pertg LimUa- s. 1 . . . . 722, 1711 

tian Act, 1874) 0.2 1068 

8. 3 189 

8.7 24,1228 

8. 8 . .24, 94. 292, 1027, 

1077. 1182, 1541, 1661 

8. 10 . . . 674,1813 

8.12 189 

c.69,8. 3. . . . 411,2068 

c. 60,8.2 1066 

(Infants c 62 693 

Rdie/Act, 8.1. . 893,2197,2198 

1874) 8.2 1666 

c. 67, 8. 12 . 820, 1043, 1898 
c. 08. s. 12 96, 1138, 1173, 1904 

c. 69,8.9 1979 

8.87 826,1096,1097,1270, 

1810.1693,2076,2287 

c. 77,8. 14 118,196,311,623 

{V.i-P.Act, C.78 1066 

2874) 8.1 1783 

8.2. . . 64.3,684,2177 

8.6 165 

8.7 2004 

8.9 864,10.39,2170,2177 

c. 80, 8.1. . .380,855,1180 

c. 82, 8. 9 372, 842, 874, 1388, 

1403, 1557, 2168 

c.84,8. 6 1400 

(PuUie a 86 .... 206, 440. 1617 

Worship Regn, 8. 6 . 168, 195, 200, 283, 

Act, 1874) 811, 683, 952, 1404, 1406 

8.8 1177 

8.9 814,1123,1177,1343, 
1855 

8.13 972 

c. 87, 8.9 343 

a88, 8. 42 1808 

8.48 349,843,800,1816, 
1607, 1702, 2181 

c. 89, 8. 67 377 

c.92,8.6 1812 

c. 98, 88. 2,8 .... 658 

c. 94.8.8. 271,404,486,644, 

712, 874, 964, 987, 1055, 

1814, 1986 

c. 96 2041 

88&89Vict c. 11. 8.2 1080 

cl3 162,1129 

{Explosives c. 17 460 

Ad, 1876) 8.8 672 

8.14 667 

8.20 607 

8.07 1116 

8.70 1117 

8.107 . . . 302,1602 

8.108 199,251,262,568, 
067,680,850,977,1184, 

1815, 1539, 1648, 1778, 

1791, 1867, 1942. 2061, 

2054, 2212, 2232 



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TABLE OF STATUTES. 



Page 

38 & 39 Vict c. 17, 8. 109 146.208,287,302, 

427,493,1186,1168, 

1208, 2114 

8.116 . . . 1116,1791 

B. 118 1117 

8. 120 . . . 802, 1602 

c 18, 8.6 1806 

{Post Office c. 22 1396 

Act, 1876) 8.10 1896 

8. 11 . . . 667.1896 
8. 12 . 977, 1396, 2131 

c. 25 1942 

c. 86,8. 19 997 

8.20 . . 696^677,1127, 
1762 
326, 1124 
. 1866 
Sch . . 1891 
. 842 
699, 814 
. 1467 
. 879 
426,1066 
. 1760 
149 
206.410 
c. 66 227. 438, 963, 976, 1319, 
1889, 1687, 1721, 1768, 1792, 
1847, 1848, 1849, 1990, 1996, 
2013 
8. 4 . 343, 448, 667, 671, 
672,848,894,1066,1116, 
1196. 1271, 1388, 1390, 
1422. 1637, 1667, 1644, 
1791. 1792, 1893, 1948, 
1996, 2131, 2220, 2223 



8.81 

(Municipal c. 40, 8. 1 . 
EUctioM Act, 1876) Forms 

c. 41, 8. 6 . 

c. 42, 8. 8 . 

C.46 . . 

8.9. 

c. 49, 8. 80 

c. 60, 8. 6 . 

c. 61, 8. 8 . 

c. 68, 8. 2 . 
(P,n,Act, 
1876) 



8.6. . 


668, 1776, 1791 


8.12 . 


.... 2181 


8.18 . 


667, 1386, 1848. 




2181 


8. 16 . 


1266, 1996, 2062 


8.17 . 


. . . 261, 713 


8.21 . 


.... 328 


8. 22 . 


.... 1637 


8.82 . 


.... 1847 


8 36 . 


.... 1976 


8.86 . 


. 99, 1974, 1976 


8.39 . 


.... 2147 


8.41 . 


.... 672 


8.42 . 


. 321, 894. 1692 


8. 47 (1) 


.... 1801 


8.62 . 


381, 2220, 2223, 




2224 


8.64 . 


. . 1266,1989 


8.67 . 


.... 397 


8.62 . 


.... 789 


88. 76-89 


.... 360 


8.91 . 


1302, 1621, 1626 


(4) 


.... 1301 


8.94 . 


. 245, 321, 1964 


8.96 . 


688, 1254, 2012 


8. 106 . 


.... 1266 


8. 107 . 


.... 1663 



8. 112 1298 

8. 114 1801 

8. 116 . 673, 1488, 1821 

8.117 . 177.1046,1617. 

1821 



38 4b 89 Vict c 66, 8. 118 . 
8. 124 . 

8. 126 (2) 



8.161 

8.162 
8.166 
8.166 
8.157 



169 
166 



P»ge 

. . 1308 

. . 1581 

. . 928 

8. 188 '. ' . . . . 1837 

8.149 . . . 1948,2181 

8. 160 39. 103. 650, 670, 

782.878,929,956,1379, 

1557, 1741, 1793, 1849, 

1951 

963 

. . . 736,1430 

2008 

218 

. 227, 1271, 1492, 

1948 

(2) . . . 1268 

1268 

1758 

8. 173 267 

8. 174 . 666, 966, 1866. 
1895 

8. 175 2186 

8. 176 2136 

8. 180 . . 112,676,1866 
8. 189 ... . 72, 1996 
8.193 . 106,362,406,996 

8.201 496 

8.209 1400 

8.211 . . . 1176,1409 

(15) . 1057,1163, 

1339, 1646 

(2). ... 1311 

8.229 . . 896,804,1912 

8. 280 . .• . . . 1912 

8.247(7) ... 909 

8.251 1982 

8.253 69 

8.256 
8.257 



8.261 
8.264 
8.266 
8.267 
8.268 
8.269 
8.271 
8.299 
8.306 
8.308 
8.310 
8.382 
8.848 
Schl 



.... 1974 
290, 966, 1291, 
1379, 1687 
666,1982 
. 278,670 
. . 1886 
. . 243 
479, 1974 
479, 1981 
. . 2211 
. . 980 
. . 1974 
466, 666, 786 
418,2184 
. . 976 
. . 1759 
. . 237 
166,868,362,686, 



6 1791 

C.67, 8. 8 1007 

8.80 1464 

c. 69, 8. 4 . . . 1409,1682 

(Fnendly c. 60, 8. 4 . 77, 883, 420, 423, 

Soc. Act, 1876) 801, 961, 1208, 1773 

8.8 ... 777,1916 

8. 16 . 863, 12a3. 1615, 

1634, 1668, 2094 

8. 16 2256 

8.22 ... . 479,661 
8.28 1898 



TABLE OF STATUTES, 



clxxvii 



S8&39Victc.60,8. 80 . . . 888,1808 

c. 61, 8. 8 . 485, 625, 868, 922, 

1055, 1126 

c 62, 8. 2 . . . 273, 826, 964, 

1185, 1741 

(Sale of Food c.^ 789 

and Drugs 8. 2 . . . 577, 788, 1085 

Aci, 1S75) 8. 6 . 120, 576, 789, 1047, 

1200, 1243, 1464, 

1685, 1824 

88. 6-9 1782 

8.8. .. . 1047,1535 

8. 9 . . 10, 76, 540, 1046, 

1200,1892 
8.14 120,755,1535,1790 

8.17 1002 

8.21 1975 

8.25 .. . 1824,2278 

8.26 1563 

8.27 ... 603,1047 
8.83 208,403,067,1208 
8.34 ... 1502,2004 

c66 1853 

c. 67, 8. 2 . . 557, 1096, 1131 

c. 69, 8. 2 . 119. 258, 380, 577, 

1035, 1099, 1284, 1458 

c. 70 308,1035 

c74,8. 2 199 

{Jud.Act, c. 77 2258 

mS) 8. 10 . . . 1741,1814 

8. 12 1001 

8. 19 1028 

c. 82 1285 

[Local Loom c 83 470 

Act, 1875) 8.84 . 664,1115,1117, 

1651, 1815 

c. 84, 8. 3 252 

8. 4 425 

c. 86, 8. 7 . . . 186, 788, 1004 

8. 14 1234 

8.15 1150 

8.16 1807 

8. 18 1234 

8.21 1234 

(Land C.87 ... 405,1058,2088 

Transfer 8.4. 425,426,807,1695, 

Act, 1S75) 1968 

8. 8 1520 

- 8.29 1057 

8.48 165 

8. 129 2004 

a 80, 8. 51 404, 1228, 1652, 1815 
(EmfJMtrt cOO . . . 616,1049,2269 

and Workmen 8. 8 551 

Aa,m6) 8.4 551 

8.10 893,1878,2116,2268 

8.11 578 

8.13 2268 

8.14 356,423,427,1492, 
1991 

8.15 428 

c.01,8.5 2050 

8.6 248 

8. 10 . . . 564,1914 

c.92,8.4 9 

c 96, 8. 2 . 343, 397, 1747, 2181 

39&40yictc. 11, 8.2. . .426,814,2018 

a 16, 8. 5 1148 

TOL. I. 



89 & 40 Vict. c. 
( Partition c. 
Act, 1876) 



16,8. 

17 . 

8. 

18,8. 

8. 

22,8. 

26,8.' 
27,8. 
29,8. 
36,8. 

B. 



(Industrial 
and Prov. 
Societies Act, 
1876) 



(Commons 
Act, 1876) 



37 
41 

43,8. 
45,8. 

8. 
8. 

48,8. 
49,8. 

50,8. 

51,8. 

56,8. 

8. 

57,8. 
58 . 
59,8. 

8. 

61,8. 

8. 

8. 

62,8! 



8 947 

.... 1416, 1847 

2 31,1029 

1 2095 

7 42 

6 420 

16 2082 

4 1268 

2 1115 

1 2242 

142 330 

284 147,288,672,799, 
917,1035,1168.1327. 
1328, 2212 

928 

1776 

1 815 

3 43,77,420,423,427, 
801, 1208, 1695 

12 1066 

17 



20 
87 
6 . 



3. 
25 
34 
85 
36 
44 
7 . 



(Rivers 
Pollution 
Prevention 
Act, 1876) 



(Elementartf c. 
Education 
Act, 1876) 



(Mer. c 

Shipping Act, 
1876) 



40 A 41 Vict. c. 
c. 



8. 

65,8. 
67 . 
70,8. 

8. 

75,8. 

8. 
8 

8. 

8. 
8. 

76,8. 
77,8. 
79,8. 

8. 

8. 
8. 

80,8! 
8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 
81,8. 

8. 
2, 8. 
11,8. 



2 . 

20 
10 
11 
32 
47 
48 
5 . 
10 
28 
28 
41 
42 
8 . 
12 
2. 
3. 



425 
1027 

3. .90,.%6,888,609, 
1056, 1654. 1863, 2094 
... 153 
... 84 
. . . 1178 
847, 557, 2219 
. 283, 2254 
. 1682,2185 
... 1350 
639, 875, 1988 
1403, 1735, 2032 
307, 2239, 2240 
. . 1430 
. . 1430 
. . 1404 
. . 1294 
. . 884 
. 422,834 
. . 1971 
81, 56, 717 
. . 1865 
. . 1631 
. 279,691 
1177, 1310 
1505, 1701, 1905, 
1946 

21 423.875,1491,1791 

22 199, 423, 875, 1491, 
1791 

. . . 1181 
. . . 1812 
. . . 1410 
. 1670,2261 
. . . 1408 
... 798 
... 286 
. . . 1809 
355, 455, 1667 
. . . 1868 
... 71 
... 423 
. 428, 1135 
. . 16.^301 
. . . 1287 
... 860 
. 1027,1651 



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TABLE OF STATUTES. 



40 & 41 Vict c. 15, 8. 3 1798 

a 16, 8. 8 . . . . 377, 2064 

8.4 1180 

{Settled C.18 696 

Estates 8. 2 . . 1841, 1966, 2006 

Act, 1S77) 8. 4 ... . 1203, 1341 

8.17 1791 

8.38 673 

8.46 2250 

(PHscnAct, c. 21,8.4. . . . 844,1140 
1S77] 8. 18 . . . 1568, 1560 

8.36 1553 

8.41 440 

8. 56 780 

8.57 288,344,1140,1558 

8.58 1756 

8.60 1552 

8.61 1558 

c.22,8.3 426 

{Solicitors c. 25, 8. 4 715, 950, 1002, 1586, 
Act, 1877) 1908 

8.17 147 

8.23 26 

{Comp.Act, c. 28,8. 8 256,667 

1S77) 8.5 256 

c. 28, 8. 3 426, 441, 705, 1086, 
1865 
c. 31, 8. 10 . 1116,2220,2224 
C.88 ... 386,1414,2046 
C.34 . 1053,1099,1118,1230 

c. 85 1196 

c. 89 56 

c. 41, 8. 7 442, 837 

c. 42, 8.4 2007 

8. 18 . . . 984 

c. 45,8.6. ! 360,161*5,2095 

c. 46, 8. 1 2254 

{S. Africa c. 47 1908 

Act, 1877) 8.3 125 

8.61 125 

c.48,8. 2 50,334,614,830,831, 

848,1828,1670.1798,2138 

c. 49, 8. 3 405, 834, 1184, 1355, 

1552. 1553, 1586, 1812,2094 

8.32 1553 

c.63»8.30 1502 

8.43 1553 

8. 70 . . . 283, 1553 

8.71 816,440,833,1172, 
1355^ 1552, 1553» 2172 

c. 54 1654 

C.55 1682 

c. 66 423 

8. 7 209, 287, 326, 426, 

884, 1695 

8. 81 ... . 89, 1476 

(Jud.Act c. 57, 8. 3 81,278,426,442.493, 

(Ir),1877) 667, 875. 1029, 1172, 

1351, 1417, 1447, 1477, 

1491, 1495, 1773, 1979 

8. 53 . 818, 1561, 1909 

c. 59,8. 26 . . . 837,1941 

(Canal Boats c. GO 241,1740 

Act, 1877) 8.14 . 261,1168,1391, 

1401, 1510, 1791 

c. 62, 8. 3 1683 

c. 66 1115 

c. ccxxzT 2006 



Page 

41 & 42 Vict. c. 8 1786 

0.8, 8. 13 1117 

8. 27 . 426, 1056, 1823 

0.12,8.6 1182 

0.14 1516 

8.1 430 

o. 16, 8. 12 2227 

8. 13 659,895,1110,1671, 
1834, 1902, 207» 

(Factory c. 16 1160 

and Workshop 8. 6 460 

Act, 1878) 8.9 1788 

8.28 146 

8.51 2085 

8.82 280 

8.93 1870 

88. 06, 106, 106 . 286, 326, 

423, 427, 493, 966, 967, 

1681 

Soh4 169,197,604,1686, 

1870 

(Matrimonial o. 19, 8. 2 1418 

Causes Act, 8.8 1685 

1878) 8.4 686 

0.24,8.1. . . . 884,1812 

{Parliament' o. 26 1480 

aru and Municipal 8. 4 . . . . 232, 1407 

Registration Act, 8.6. 690,896,970,1120, 

1878) 1122 

8.6. .. . 1829,1967 

8. 7 1466 

8. 28 . . . 042, 1210 
0.29,8.2. . . . 198,1224 

(BUUof 0.81 613,1616 

bale Act, 8.4 98,186,150,198,471, 

1878) 808,1095,1166,1864, 

1468, 1469, 1676, 1760, 

1817, 1867, 2180 

8. 6 . . .686, 733, 2080 

8.6. . 148,150,198,487 

8. 7 1829 

8.8 1296,2102,2104,2196 

8.10 147,1007,2088,2102 
(3) . 364, 491, 2104 

{Metrop 0.32 1601 

Man. Act, 8.4 283 

1878) 8. 6 667 

8.14 1890 

0.33 2064 

8.2. . 804,1117,1184 

aS9, 8. 6 1766 

8.6 1766 

8. 7 ... . 740, 2007 
8. 9 1786 

8. 11 . . 271, 776, 1802 

0.40,8.2 1553 

0.43,8.1. . 657,1404,1695 
0.48,8.8. . . 619,020,830 

{Weiahts 0.49 1183 

and Measures 8. 10 2281 

Act, 1878) 8. 11 286, 789, 788, 943, 

1198, 1768 

8. 12 . . 27, 1768, 1769 

8.13 1524 

8.14 462,578,833,1941, 

2071 

8.16 234,287,794,1440, 

1481, 1636 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxix 



41 & 42 Vict. c. 49, 8. 16 294 

8. 19 . . . 1183, 2078 

8.24 1929 

8.25 2133 

8.48 .. . 1517,2183 
8. 60 . . . 1116,1117 
8. 70 . . . 882, 1928 

8.71 1717 

8. 74 94, 498, 625, 1492, 
1908 

8.85 2094 

c. 51, 8. 8 198,217,283,280,326, 

883,342,567,878,1066, 

1404, 1117, 1591, 1664. 

1909, 1932, 1996, 2070, 

2107, 2111 

{P.H,Ire- a 52 l606 

iand Act, 1878) 8.2 287,658,573,894,930, 

1056, 1889, 1538, 1643, 

1791, 1792, 1848, 1893, 

1948, 2220, 2228 

8.41 760 

8.46 594 

8.74 1617 

8, 107 ... . 22, 1302 

8. 152 1837 

8.249 1982 

c. 58, 8. 10 326 

c58,8.9. . . . 878,1767 
c.68,8. 6. . 326,1115,1652 

(Bigkoprirg c.68,8. 5 1443 

Act, 1878) 8.10 1408 

8. 14 . . . 598,1404 

c. 73, 8. 7 746, 1032, 1320, 1867, 

2085, 2131 

(CantagioHs c. 74 281 

DiweoMcs (Ani- 8. 5 . . . . 84, 259, 272 

maUjAct, 8.7 208 

1878) 8.84 2177 

8. 74 . . . 493,1492 

8.76 2181 

(T^iegraph c. 76, 8. 2 29,56,75,1613,1951, 
Act, 1878) 2020, 2121 

8. 12 . . . 1293, 2120 
(Highways c 77, 8. 13 281, 421, 422, 1136, 
and Locomotives 1148 

(Amcndt.) Ad, 8.15 ... 1136,1137 

1878) 8.20 804 

8.23 .. . 679,2072 

8.27 457 

8. 32 .... 63, 2148 

8. 38 422, 557, 658, 878, 

879, 1119, 1196, 1478, 

1791 

42 & 43 Vict, a 6 ... . 657, 1115, 1117 

(BaiJxrs' c. 11 1081 

Books Evidence 8. 9 168 

Ad, 1879) 8. 10 . . . 425, 1027 

c. 18. 8. 1 888 

c. 19 961 

8.8 845,1066,1751,1982 
c. 21, 8. 9 330 

8.27 1329 

C.22 1611 

8. 7 932 

8. 9 147 

c. 26. 8. 2 . 199, 343, 546, 1391 
c. 30, 8. 2 1535 



42 & 43 Vict. c. SO, 8. 

8. 



{Army Disci- c. \ 
pline and Regn. 
Act, 1879) 



8. 

8,8. 

88. 

8. 



(Petmeum c 
Act, 1879) 
(Sum. Jur, c. 
Act, 1879) 



84 
88.8. 

41,8. 

45, 8. 
47,8. 



Page 
8 . . . 600, 936, 1790 
6 214, 812, 1636, 1773, 
2235 

10 1457 

59 315 

61,64 . . . . 151 

181 115, 151, 189. 337, 

839, 880, 411, 423, 

426, 833 

460 

2 696 

1 . 887, 842, 1645, 1648 
6 . . . 860, 831, 958 
2 1478 



c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

c. 
c. 

c. 

43 Vict. c. 19, 8. 
48 & 44 Vict c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 



49, 8. 4 1287 

8. 6 315, 318 

8. 9 647 

8.12 377 

8.16 2098 

8. 17 .... 935, 986 
8.19 ... 1427,2108 

8.30 2 

8.31 . 1,64,427,1361, 

1418, 2285 

8.83 . 59,425,427,468, 

521 

8.35 818 

8.49 . 44,803,720,791, 
842, 1117, 1427, 1465, 
1980, 2287 
427, 1309 
. . 1982 
98, 193, 1469 
686, 2080 
, . 419 



.50 
.51 

.4 . 
.5 . 



8, 

60,8' 

8. 

58, 8. 2 . 
54, 8. 18 
57 . . 
58, 8. 7 . 
59 . . 
68, 8. 5 . 
64, 8. 2 . 

8.9 . 

74, 8. 2 . 

76, 8. 5 . 

8 6 . 
78, 8. 3 . 

8.28 
7. . . 
4,8.3 . 
7,8.2 . 
8 . . . 
9,8.1 . 

11,8.2 . 

18, 8. 82 



. 1196 
. 1606 
. 705 
462 
. 1302 
. 326 
. 426 
320,843 
. 2122 



667 
. 1771 
425, 1342 
20, 644, 1030 
849 
. 1011 
. 2063 
614, 2133 
1808 



8.88 843,896,1316,1607, 
1702 

c. 17 1129 

c. 19 . 127, 198, 326, 833, 343, 

561, 688, 841, 949, 1156, 

1404, 1752, 1996, 2010 

(InLRev. c. 20 173 

Act, 1880) 8.2 216,333,1151,1327, 

1977 

8. 11 658 

8.33 2041 

8.40 173,313,2003,2253 
8.47 668 



clxxx 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



{Ground 
Game Act, 
1880) 



44 & 45 Vict 



Page 

48 & 44 Vict c. 24, b. 8 218, 221, 883, 452; 

{SpinU Act, 553, 658, 707, 746, 1085, 

1880) 1095, 1194, 1129, 1827, 

1491, 1538, 1570, 1921, 

1936, 1977, 2212 

3. 104 1748 

8. 106 1825 

8. 107 1825 

e. 26 1166 

c.33,8. 5 1522 

c. 85 2242 

e.36,8. 5 . . . 1795,2107 

c. 41 1359 

8.6 811 

{Employer^ c. 42 . . 16, 1049, 1498, 1933 
Liability Act, 8. 1 . . 492, 1260, 2270 

1880) (1) . . 373,2226 
<2) .... 1986 
(8) .... 872 

(4) . . 1306,1778 

(5) 291, 1119, 1645, 

2085 

». 8 598 

». 7 ... 492,1290 
8.8 016,1158,1966,2269 

c. 47 002, 1815 

8. 8. . . . 569,2197 

». 5 2184 

8.6 1315 

8.8 840 

c. 4, 8. 1 1540 

c. 5. 8. 6 78, 115 

c. 9, 8. 4 57 

c.11,8.9 171 

c. 12, 8. 3 658 

8.24 1884 

8.32 80 

8.38 . .812,998,1426, 
1474, 2199, 2200. 2201 

c. 14, 8. 6 422, 878 

c. 18, 8. 4 . . . . 1115, 1478 
0.20,8 3. . . . 1066,1678 

8.8 1622 

c. 22, 8. 13 592 

c. 24,8.8. . . . 1565,1983 

c. 84,8. 1 . 199,283,411,1196, 

1341, 1388, 1838, 2185 

c. 37, 8. 27 1791 

8.29 67,288,1298,1391, 
1791 

c. 40,8.2 217 

(Conv.i- C.41 ... 431,1815,2118 
L.P.Act, 8.2 1584 

1881) (ii) .... 1054 
(iii) . . .948,1514 
(iv) . . 1156,1230 
(v) .... 404 
(vi) 1097, 1228, 1229 
(vii) . . . 954,965 
(viii) .... 1622 
(ix) . 719, 720, 1712 
(x) ... 229,230 
(xi) .... 1205 
(xii) .... 2260 
(xiii) .... 987 
(xiv) .... 1814 
(XV) .... 164 

8.3(1) .... 1078 





Page 


44 4b 45 Vict c. 


41,8.8(4) .... 1436 




(6) . 10, 480, 664, 




967.983 




8.6 110,895,808,1157, 




2226 




».7 181, 963, 1230, 147S, 




1628, 2063, 2108, 2159 




8.10 1070 




8.18 1073 




8,14 . 785,1071,1086, 




1292, 1665, 1703, 1721, 




1920, 2155, 2157 




(2) . . . 31, 1664 




(3) . .2,182,1070 
(6) . . 120,1107 






B. 15 . 682, 1097, 1231 




B. 16 983 




8. 17 371) 




B.18 95,187,1818,2167 




8.19 95 




8.20 2160 




8.21 .. . 182,1626 




8 24 . . . 282, 1679 




8. 30 182, 394, 864, 1220, 




1228, 1288, 1475, 1669, 




1818, 2069 




B.81 889,395,1068,1283, 




1998, 2278 




8.34 404 




8.39 183 




8.41 1841 




8.42 . 1162,1580,2160 




B.43 395,938,948,1142 




B8. 46, 47, 48 . . . 1525 




.8.49 835 




8.61 ... . 706,861 




8. 63 .... 84, 1989 




8.64 1677 




B.65 . . . 1677,1976 




8.56 . . 2,1677,1904 




8.58 183 




8.63 644 




8.65 . 624,1220,1662, 




2129 




8.66 .. . 1580,2160 




8.67 1886 




8.71 602 


(Soliciiors C. 
Bern. Act, 1881) 


44,8. 1 . 827,950,1596,1903 


8,2 405 




8. 8 688, 939 


{Land Law c. 


49 922, 952 


(/r) Act, 1881) 


8, 5. . . . 795,2149 




8.8 1541 




8.21 886 




8. 57 199. 606, 644, 792, 




884, 1060, 1855, 1541, 




1713, 2021, 2023 




8.58 502,884,886,1427. 




2021, 2076, 2077 




8.60 101 


c 


51,8.2 2242 


c. 


64 832 



{Regn. of the 
Forces Act, 
1881) 
(Armu Act, 
1881) 



c. 66, 8. 6 . 

c. 67, 8. 2 . 
8.43 
8.40 

c 58, 8. 24 
8.45 



. 1461 
. 1199 
. 1698 
170,411 
. 633 
. 1198 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxxi 



Pkge 

41 & 45 Vict c. 58,8.46 1982 

8.60 816 

88.62,66 .... 151 

. 88.64,65 ... . 1611 

8.80 . 624,1687,1853 

8.94 1036 

8. 122 1327 

8. 141 1447 

8. 143 615 

8. 156 769 

8. 163 832 

8. 176 . .35, 1899, 2086 

8. 179 1161 

8. 180 968 

8. 189 lasi 

8.190 116,161,189,337, 

339, 880, 411, 423, 426, 

621,745,888,958,1198, 

1199, 1208, 1284, 1326, 

1602. 1693, 1730, 1899, 

1931, 1988, 1991, 2203 

a 60, 8. 1 . . 1274. 1810, 1325, 

1490, 1591, 1695 

8.3 1592 

& 61, 8. 1 1983 

8.8 1275 

&62,8. 2. . . . 1695,2186 
8. 17 . . . 1633,2186 

c.64,8. 3 283 

c. 65, 8. 1 681, 836, 1086, 1605, 
1844 

c.67,8. 6 262,854 

c. 68, 8. 14 1639 

C.69 784 

8. 5. .... . 1544 

8.39 380,609,1134,1320, 

1988 

46 & 46 Vict, c 2, 8. 2 .... 1396,1728 

c. 9,8. 4 . . . . 832,1660 

c. 10,8. 11 .... 115,459 

{.Vrfrop c. 14, 8. 8 2085 

Man, Ad, 1882) 8. 13 . . . 1954,2149 

c. 18, 8. 2 285 

c. 20, 8.4 1611 

c. 22, 8. 8 200, 828 

8.4 200,664 

c. 24, 8. 1 66 

(PrereMfioR c. 25, 8. 6 165 

ofCnme(Ir) 8.7 1004 

Ad, 1882) 8.20 657 

8.34 437 

8.36 67.78,115,144,147, 

345, 984, 1027 

c. 27, 8. 10 ... . 878, 879 

c81,8.2. 31,493,964,1029, 

1465, 1492, 1695 

c. 34 ....... . 643 

a 87, 8. 18 ... . 212, 219 

{.?. L. Ad, c. 88 431, 447, 1841, 1688, 1816, 

m2) 1842 

8. 2. . . . 843,1843 

(1) 29,646,948,051, 

1842, 1848, 1966 

(2) . . . . 646 
(8) . . 646,1841 
(6) .182,1518,2024 

(6) . . . . 629 

(7) . . . . 187 







Page 


45 & 46 Vict. c. 38, 8. 2 (8) . 


. 2069,2108 




(9) . 


... 267 




(10) . 


229,230,948. 




051, 1066, 1167. 




1204, 1205, 1437, 




1614, 1712. 1814, 




1936, 2124, 2260 




S.3. . . 


. 1680, 216^ 




8.4. . . 


. 1680,2161 




8.6. . . 


... 964 




8.6. 95, 


417, 1580, 2161 




8. 7. • . 


. . . 1051 




8.8. . . 


, . 878,637 




8.9, . . 


... 487 




8. 10 . . 


... 720 




8. 11 . . 


... 913 




8. 15 . . 


. 696, 1157 




8. 17 . , 


. . . 1229 




8. 18 . . 


. , 95,267 




8.20(2) . 


. , . 998 




<3) . 


... 451 




8.21. . 


. 964,2234 




% 


. . . 1064 




416,666,943 




8. 22 . . 


. . . 1345 




8.25 . . 


922, 954, 1720 




(6) , 


... 945 




(10) 


. . 121,702 




(11) 


. . 226, 701 




(18) 
(20) 


... 922 




... 922 




8.S0 . . 


... 922 




8.32 . . 


257. 1843 




8.33 . 267,1091,1218, 






1345, 1860 




8.86 . . 


. 1692,1791 




8.87 . , 


. . 866, 961 




8. 45 . . 


. . . 1904 




(8) . 


... 819 




8. 46 . . 


... 416 




8.60 . . 


. 130, 1843 




8.51 . 


961, 1312, 1473, 
1732, 2026 




8.53 . . 


. . . 993 




8.54 . . 


... 819 




8. 66 . . 


... 371 




8. 68 . . 


. . . 2024 




(1) . 


... 1406 




88.58-6:3 '. 


... 670 
. . . 2024 




8. 59 . . 


. . . 1841 




6.63 . . 


. 229, 2024 


(Conv. Acty 


c 39, 8. 1 (4) . 


. 1584, 1622 


1882) 


8. 3 124, 


338, 1290, 1375 




8.5. . . 


... 553 




8.8. . . 


. 1625,1579 




8.9. . . 


. 1526,1579 




8.10 . . 


. . 528.666 




8.11 . . 


. . . 1662 




8.12 . . 


. . . 1231 




C. 40, 88. 1, 2 . 


. . . 1286 


{BiilsofS. 


C.43 220,513,1 


336, 1095, 1143, 


Act, 1882) 




1937 




8.3. . . 


. 193, 1818 




8.4. . . 


. 1007,1917 




8.5. . . 


. . . 2102 




8. 6 224, 1 


488,1493,1965. 
2161 



clxxxii 



TABLE OF STATUTEa 



Pkge 
45 & 46 Vict. c. 43, s. 7 (2) .... 172 

(4) .... 1670 

(5) .... 1668 

8.8. . 1296,1306,2102, 

2196 

8.0. 38.401,025,1384, 

1674, 2106, 2197 

8. 10 1418 

8. 14 . . . 556, 1400 
8.17 354,460,470,1015 

C.47 1601 

c. 48, 8.28 . 115,1151,1199, 
1382 

{Militia Act, c. 49, 8. 10 530 

1882) 8. 51 . . . 1151.1199 

8.62 422,403,1055,1884, 

1492, 1903 

8.53 1652 

8.57 1781 

(3fim. Corp, c. 50 . 208, 1862, 1891, 2127 

Act, 1882) 8. 7 209. 232, 411, 1085, 

1234, 1384, 1407, 

2107 

8.8 1181 

8.9. .. . 282,1638 
8. 11 (2) ... . 632 

(8) . . . . 1683 

8.12 .... 166,552 

0) 090,1824,1696 

(2> .... 1071 

8.17 2077 

8. 22 (3) .... 1441 

8 23 1438 

8.30 2211 

8. 36 . . . 756,1880 

8.39 552 

8. 41 166, 536, 552, 1568 
8.47 ... 1175,1698 

8.51 1638 

8.53 1752 

8.60(3) . . . . 1380 
(4) . . . . 1469 

8.63 1151 

8.77 200,217,254,266, 

600,1407,1476,2208 

1.88(1) ... . 254 

(2) . . 368,1752 

8. 106 106 

8. 109 106 

8. 110 82, 111, 1527, 1710 

8.111 2668 

8. 140 1852 

8. 148 1600 

8. 150 1827 

8. 163 1683 

68.165-168 . . . 1683 

8.201 772 

8.224 1568 

8. 241 351 

8. 246 ... . 209, 880 

8ch3,part2 . . 1288 

Sch5»part2 . . 1501 

c. 51 .... 162, 446, 1795 

C.52, 8. 8 878,879 

C.56 . 609,708,1115,1117. 

1612, 1888, 1950, 2019, 

2120, 2121, 2270 

c57,8. 5 805 



Page 

45&46Victc. 50,8. 1. . . 426,602,830 

{BilUof c.Ol 191,1287 

Exchange 8. 2 1 1. 31, 168, 171, 498, 

Act, 1882) 882, 960, 1015, 2173> 2277 

8. 3 191 

8. 4 977 

8. 7 (8) .... 712 

8.8 1261 

8.9 1981 

8 10 . . . 142.1334 

8.11 521 

8.13 301 

8.14 464 

(4) . . . . 1223 

8.15 927 

8. 16 2208 

8. 17 11 

8.18 11 

8.10 11,365,1114,1413 

8.21 498 

8.23 1888 

8.25 .. . 1450,1883 

8.26 . 742,1450,1883 

8.27 2171 

8.28 17 

8. 29 .... 203, 888 
8.30 883 

(2) . . 882, 1594 

8. 81 . . . 1262,2089 

8. 32 (1) . . . . 019 

88.82-37 . . 619,1262 

8.34 1913 

8.35 1747 

8.36 1383 

8.38 882 

S.43 645 

8.46 2208 

8.47 545 

8.48 545 

8.49 545 

8. 50 . . . 546,2208 

8.51 . 1294,1593,2208 

8.54 11 

8. 55(1) . . . . 574 

(2) . . . 619, fiUSO 

8.57 . 171,1106,1334 

8. 58 . . . 2005,2011) 

8.59 1438 

8.61 031 

8.62 . 1173,1717,2208 

8.63 1169 

8. 64 .... 08, 1169 

8. 65 . . 11, 887, 1593 

8.66 ... . 11,887 

8.67 ... . 11,887 
8. 68 . 887. 1438, 1503 

8.73 301 

8.76 441 

8.77 441 

8.78 441 

8.80 1287 

8.81 1287 

8. 82 . 1287, 1436, 1678 

8. 83 . . . 451, 1576 

8.84 498 

8.85(2) ... . 005 

8.86 1834 

8.88 .. . 1145,2030 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxxiii 



45 & 46 Vict, c 61, 8. 89 



8 
8. 

c. 62, 8. 
c65, 8. 
c. 70, 8. 

c. 72, 8. 

8. 
8. 

c. 73, 8. 

8. 

8 

C.74 . 

8. 

8. 



(Post Office 
(PareeU) 
Act, 1882) 

(M. W. P. 

Act, 1882) 



c76 . 



46 & 47 Vict. 



(i/iCJi. Corp, 
Act, 1883) 



(Cheap 

TraituAct, 

1883) 



8.2 



8. 
8. 
8. 

8. 
8. 
8. 

8. 
8. 

8. 
8. 
8. 

c. 76, 8. 
c. 80, 8. 

c. 3, 8. 

C.4 . . 
c, 7. . 
c9. . 
c. 18, 8. 



Page 

. 17, 464, 498, 521, 

646. 888, 977. 1261, 

1262, 1334, 1438, 1460, 

1676, 1883, 1981, 2090, 

2171 

90 819 

91 1888 

92 .... 288,463 
7 . . . . 1600, 1656 

2 1553 

2 1323 

3 472 

11 163 

26 718 

2 1138 

9 1391 

11 ... . 82,1845 

1136 

3 1882 

17 220,746,977,1440, 

1648 

895. 447, 476, 541, 664, 

lO'A 1400, 1745, 1828 

1. 266,629.709,1257, 

1371. 1826, 1829 

694,709,1585,1660, 

1828 

.... 1874 

.... 475 

21, 26, 386, 709 

. 183 

. . 1827 



8 . 

4 

5. 

11 

12 

18 

15 

19 174, 47 



21 
23 
24 
3. 
1 . 
9. 



27 



C.22, 



C.25 
c. 80 
C.31 
c. 33. 
c. 84, 



8.11 

8.28 



174 

. 1020 

, 1000, 1386. 

1844 

306. 1282 

. 1082 

393,1585 

. 220 

. 2107 

147,672,708,1036, 

1478, 1681 

. . . 1234,1605 

*. ! i661, 2180 
. . . 845,1828 

1805 

. . . 729,1805 

1558 

. . . 837,1862 



c.3d, 
c. 36, 



C.37. 
&39 
C.42. 
C.43, 



8.8. . . . 344,2076 
8. 3 . . 1665, 2269, 2270 

8.6 1501 

8. 8 699, 1501, 1502, 1648 

8.12 308 

8. 5 297, 598 

8. 7 2184 

8. 10 297 

8. 11 297 

8. 53 . . 620. 830, 1196 
8.2 . 1791,1792,1990 

619 

8. 18 . . . 834, 1812 

8. 4 2268 

8.26 .. . 167,2086 



Page 

46 & 47 Vict c. 45, 8. 3 446 

c. 47, 8, 2 . . 586. 1560, 1898 
C.49 248,1029,1038,1769,2110 

(Corrupt c. 51, 8.1 2095 

and Illegal 8. 2 . . . . 1921,2127 

Practices Pre- 8. 8 217, 413 

vention Act, 88. 7-12 .... 909 

1883) 8.8 869 

8.9 1566 

88. 18-21 .... 909 
8. 16 . . 164,331,1162 

8.18 190 

8.28 369 

8. 33 . 413, 1752, 2091 

8.88 879 

8.40 463 

8.63 253 

8. 64 147. 346. 415, 609, 

959. 1030, 1217, 1327, 

1437, 1471, 1505, 1609, 

1693 

8.68 168,959,1181,1208. 

1284, 1827, 1478, 1637, 

1903 

Schl 326 

Sch 8 217 

(Bankrif c. 52 844.716,1328,1851.1477 

Act, 1883) 8. 4 . . 476, 716, 1309 

(la) . 403, 433. 808. 

1583 

(16) .... 764 

(U) . 6,7,507,991 

1040, 1705 

(Iff) 2,4:^,434,662, 

715, 926, 1809 

(U) . 1291,2001 

8.5 80 

8. 6 . . . 471. 667, 1477 
(la) .... 471 
(16) .... 284 
(Ic) .... 174 
(Id) . 501,1855 

8.7 1978 

8. 9 ... 434, 1813 

8.10 1564 

8. 16 1930 

8. 17 . . . 368, 1724 
8.18 2107 

(1) . . . . 478 
(6) . . . . 248 
(8) . . . . 478 
(11) .... 976 

8.20 .. . 1853,1855 

8.21 .. . 913,1850 

8.22 1469 

8.24 368 

(2) . . . . 808 

(3) .... 1662 

(4) .... 489 
8.25 7 

8. 27 . . . 1562.2107 

8. 28 ... . 867,808 

(2) .• . . . 50 
(3)214,286,289,668, 

1651, 1671, 2128, 2183 

8.30 214 

8.31 433 

8.32 .. . 368,1010 



cIxxxIt 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 





P»ge 








Page 


46 & 47 Vict c. 


52,8.82(2) .... 1209 


46 4b 47 Vict. 


c. 


62, Sell 2, B. 20 . . 600, 988 




88.38,34 .... 41 




c. 


64, 


8. 11 . . . 1435,1461 




8. 86 . . . 669.1764 




c. 


65 


8.2 ... 1160,1240 




8. 37 . . 469, 476, 1679 








8.8 1263 




(1) . . . . 1106 




c. 


66 


8.11 1670 




(6) . . . 690,942 


{PaUnis, 


c. 


57 


,8.8 2081 




(8) .... 1090 


Designs and 






8. 6 . . 612, 1235, 1919 




8.38 . . . 1286,1679 


Trade Marks 






8. 11(1) ... . 96 




8.39 1679 


Act, 1883) 






8.18(1) . . . 412,640 
(10) . 1447, 166;l 




8.40 174,326,468,1402, 










1680,1838 








8. 19 640 




8.42 . . 21,840,1362 








8.23 131 




8. 43 . . . 163, 1700 








8. 25 . . . 676, 1429 




8.44 236.309,471,478. 








8.26(4) . . . . 76i 




626, 926, 981, 936, 1618, 








8 2J) (6) .... 1668 




1619, 1683 








8. 81 . . . 1028. 1962 




8.46 290,434,478,661. 








8.32 813,580,968,1083, 




662, 1816 








1373, 1591, 2061, 2261 




(2) . . 1676,1822 








8. 46 . 1006. 1428, 1429 




8.46 .. . 1782,1816 








8.47 1269 




(1) . . 661,1883 








8. 68 . . . 1819,1690 




(2) . . 476,1864 








8.69 1690 




(3) . . . . -819 








8.60 . . 410.617.1869 




8.47 478,818,1683,1622, 








8.61 1590 

8. 64 214, 664, 556, 696. 




(1) .319,2171.2198 








698,718,866,2081,2264 




(2) . . .646.1217 








15.67 6&t 




(3) . . . . 2088 








8.70 829 




8.48 .1,434,1364,2188 








8,72(2) .... 248 




(2) . . 819,1434 








8.73 248 




8.49 391 








8.74(1) . . . 37,851 




(2) . . . . 161 








8.81 1194 




8.68 986,946,1447,1781 








8.87 . . 131,242,1590 




8.64 403 








8. 90 .... 67, 1974 




8.66 1683 








8.92 641 




(1) . . . . 1389 
(6) . . . . 993 








8. 108 2081 










8. 105 . . . 1428, 1694 




8.67 1459 








8.117 . 220.860,1065, 




8.72 . 666,1662,1739. 








1084 




1868 




c. 


60 


,8.8 1791 




8.78 1670 








8. 21 . . 63. 199, 568 




8.82 1991 


(Agricultural 
Holdings (En 


c. 


61 


. 922, 1065, 1089, 1458. 




8. 96 . . 886, 876, 1738 


7- 




2022 




8.102. . 114,489.716 


land) Act, 1883) 




8.5. .. . 688.1666 




8. 103 1029 








8.7 IbM 




8.104. . 68.439,1860 








8.38 242 




8. 106 . . 943, 1662, 1863 








8.46 .... 60,689 




8. 115 176 








8.49 655 




8.121 408 








8.52 1 




8.126 . 426,1362,1477, 








8.64 .... 62,884 




1974 








8.57 2022 




(4) . . . . 1177 








8.61 423.622.1883.1060, 




(5) . . . . 478 
(7) . . . . 2088 








1109,1161,2022.2284 










Sch 922 




(10) ... 886 


{Agricultural 


C. 


62 


...... 922,1458 




8.143 762 


Holdings (Scot) 




8.35 884 




8. 146 1816 


Act, 1883) 






8. 42 . 9, 622. 884. 1060. 




8. 146 1816 








1070. 2022 




8.162 2107 








Sch 922 




8. 168 61, 161. 289, 290. 


47 & 48 Vict 


C. 


11 


8.6 776 




426. 471, 801, 807, 822, 




c. 


12 


, 8. 2 371, 060 




1116, 1688, 1739, 1813. 




C. 


16 


,8.6 41 




1864,1866,2107 








B. 6 41, 1361 




8. 169 1446 


{S. L. Act, 


C. 


18 


,8.4 257 




Sch 1, R. 10 941, 2173 


1884) 






8.7 229,d024 




2 1679 








8.8 447 




2, R. 12 . . 1897 




c. 


19 


, 8. 9 . . . 803. 842, 2287 




1 At this page the Act is en 


roneoasly printec 


I as of 1882. 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxxv 



47 & 48 Vict. c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 



(BgSoey 
Art, 1884) 
(Sum. Jur. 
Act, 1884) 



{Yorkshire 
HiqiMtriet 
Act, 1884) 



Page 

22,8.6 1286 

28,8.9 1467 

80 826, 987 

31,8.18 220,337,968,1130, 
1662, 1762, 1826 
% . . . 419 
.... 160 
068 



. 34, 8. 2 . 
. 37, 8. 4 . 
. 38, 8. 3 . 



c. 

c. 41, 8. 2 266, 661 



{Jud, Act, 
1884) 



43, 8. 6 . 

8.7. 
8.8. 

47, 8. 6 . 
64 

8 



3. 



(Xfatrimonial c 
Cauaes Ad, 
1884) 



.... 427 
.... 427 

2 

1032 

. . 403, 836, 2004 
136, 166, 403, 422, 
624. 667, 1228, 1861, 
1660, 1696, 1766, 1988, 
2260 

8.7 1098 

8.14 34 

66, 8 7 ... 1447, 1900 

68,8.2 1611 

8. 4 .... 802, 1602 

69, 8. 9 668 

61,8.8 . . 112,166,360 
8. 16 ... . 816,4:^9 

62,8.7 1404 

8.8 1806 

63 1008 

8. 2 . . 696, 1030, 2106 

6.3 .. . 1662,1661 

64,8.16 137,416,1130,1140, 

1662, 1663, 1986 

616 



c. 



klectians (C. 
^ I. Practices) 
Ad, 1884) 



8. 2 . . 

8. 8 . . 

8. 6 . . 

70,8.2 . . 

88.4-8 . 

88. 9-18 . 

8.14 . 

8. 28 (6) 
8.86 2( 
8.36 . 



. ... 1466 
. ... 1686 
. . . . 1744 
. . 2096,2127 
. ... 909 
. ... 909 
.... 190 
. . 1,413,663 
9, 282, 411, 1284 
1284 



c71, 



C.72 



Sell 8, part 1 . . 413 

8. 4 684, 689 

8. 6 2208 

226,283,624,1888,2116 



[Post Office 
{Protection) 
Act, 1884) 



76, 8. 9 . 

76, 8. 7 . 

8.11 

8. 19 
8.20 



C.77 



241 

. . 712,1066 
. . 2018,2019 
.... 1622 
969,1208,1396, 
1621 
1606 



48&49yicta3 420,969,1363 

[Rep. People ' 

Act, 1884) 



8.8 
8.4 
8.6 . 
8.7 



1886 

1923 

322. 1313. 1814 

209, 421, 692, 899, 

1120 

■ 8. 8 1724 

8 9 ... . • 1391 

8*. ll' 823,'87*1, 1024, 1067, 

1384, 1713 

0, 8. 3 . . . . 232, 1284 

10. 8. 2 . . . . 1234, 1407 



48 & 49 Vict c. 16, 8. 19 
( Registration 
Act, 1886) 



{Redistribu- 
tion of Seats 
Act, 1886) 



Page 

422, 1314, 1394, 

1407, 1408 

Sch 2, Form A . . 1286 

c. 17, 8. 32 168 

Form 84 .... 1236 

c. 18, 8. 2 805 

c. 22 1115 

c. 23 208 

g 9 1044 

8. 23* 422,667, 1234, 1404, 
1407, 1606, 1837 
1407 
1407 



( Customs fc 
Inl. Rev. Act, 
1886) 



8.24 
8.83 

c. 25, 8. 2 . 

c36, 8. 3 . 

8.7 . 

c. 39, 8. 9 . 
c. 41, 8. 17 
C.46 . . 

8.2 . 

8.4 . 
c. 49, 8. 12 
c. 60, 8. 27 
C.61 . . 

8.4 . 

8.8(2) 

8.11 



(8) 
(6) 
6) 



12 
21 



(Criminal 
IMW Amendt, 
Act, 1886) 



{Housing of 
the Woiiing 
Classes Act, 
1886) 



c. 64, 8. 16 
c. 60, 8. 1 . 

c. 69,8.2 

8.3. 
8.4. 
8.6. 
8.11 
8.18 
8.16 
C. 71, 8. 1 . 

c. 72, 8. 1 . 

8.2. 

8.9. 

8. ir 

8.12 
8.13 

c. 73, 8. 10 
8.26 

c, 76 . . 
8.29 



. 968, 1812 

. . 1613 

. . 427 

. . 668 

199,836,860,1116 

. . 1183 

. . 1409 

. . 1409 

1168,2180 

. . 206 

. . 178 

... 173 

... 632 

. . 1800 



(2) 106,971,1083,1166 



296, 699, 1083 
. 236, 2078 
. 200, 2200 
20, 200, 2130 
. . . 1016 
... 1490 
887, 418, 442. 833, 
1619 
. 413 
413, 1667 
. 418 
841 
91, 966 



c. 77, 8. 23 
c. 78, 8. 1 . 

8.11 

49 & 60 Vict. c. 2, 8 1 . 
c 11, 8. 7 . 
c. 16, 8. 2 . 
c. 22, 8.6(7) 

8.7 . 

c. 23, 8. 8 . 
c. 26, 8. 17 



. . 1208 

. . 1781 

. . 198, 667 

. . 1122 

. . 461 

. . 2267 

. 366, 1087 

. 418,668 

. . 1712 

842, 2022 

. . 877 

246, 877, 680, 1066, 

2039 

. . 63,1846 

602,830.1126 

. . 609,611 

... 776 

. 816, 1197 

... 128 

. . . 1060 

. 1197.1602 

. 1881,2107 

800, 906, 986, 1096. 

1180 

27 1804,2088 

8.9 426 



clxxxvi 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



Fago 

40 & 60 Vict c. 20 022,1468 

8. 34 . . 418,440,884 

c. 82, t. 9 109, 246 

(Tnternational c, 'SS 1660 

CopftrightAct, 8. 6 ... . 1660, 1761 

1886) 8. 11 160, 206, 1 108. 1462, 

1668, 2006 
(Riot {Dam- c. 38, 8. 2(1) . . 1607,1763 
age$) Act, 1886) s. . . , . 807,1602 

c. 41, 8.1 2263 

c. 42.8.2 1027 

(Medical c. 48 1480 

A<A, 1886) 8. 3 . . . . . . 1184 

8.17 1680 

8.26 2064 

8.27 633,1117,1184,1412 
c. 60, 8. 3 . 803, 1070, 2023 

c. 62, 8.1 616,616 

c. 63.8. 17 ... . 109,333 

c. 64 679,2062 

8.4 1662 

8.14 . 1060,2060,2061 

c. 67, 8, I 1988 

c.69,8.4 63 

8.6 886 

60 & 61 Vict c. 6, 8. 3 2263 

c. 6,8. 6 1619 

c9 1786 

8. 2 301, 380, 1676, 1693 
ell, 8.0 
c. 12, 8. 2 
c. 13, 8. 2 

8.8 

c. 16, 8. 4 
C.16 



(Criminal 
Law ^ Pro- 
cedure (Ir) Act, 
1887) 



c. 10, 8. 4 . 

c. 20, 8. 2 . 

8. 6. 

8.7. 
8.11 
8.19 

c. 22. 8. 4 . 
c. 28, 8. 8 . 
C.26 . . 

8.4. 



1812 
.... 106,467 

016 

. . . 1447,1468 

730 

718, 719, 1461, 2033 

1636 

.... 218 
.... 437 
.... 186 
.... 1736 
.147,1006,2276 
.... 1094 
.... 2033 
922 
7*1.418,622,800, 



c 27, 8. 2 

8.3 

(Merchandize c. 28 . 



Marks Act, 
1887) 



(Margarine 
Act, 1887) 



(Land Law c, 
(Ir) Act, 1887) 



884,1060,1106,2023, 
2284 

8.6 441 

. . . 1162 

... 272 

. . . 2081 

970, 902, 1046 

8.3 692,693,822,1160, 

1240, 1690, 2080 

8.6. . 430,1040,2080 

B.21 . . . 427,1036 

C.29, 8. 3. . . . 240,1161 

8.6 678,1896,1899,1636, 

1749 

8. 12 1668 

8.13 1116 

064 

8.*l'. '. ! '. 1688,1714 

226.233,668,1341.1776. 

1838, 2147 

33,8.3 1086 

8.4 2090 

8.7 566 



c. SO 
c. 32 



60 4b 61 Vict c. 88, 8. 8 . . . . 884,1712 

8.0 62 

8.84 573,606,954,1029. 
1057,1060,2061,2276 

c.34,8.2 1406 

- 8.7 1406 

a 85, 8. 1 . 326, 842, 4S7, 557, 
678, 875, 060, 1601, 1566 

C.37 1655 

c.38,8.2. . . . 285,1914 

8.8 1096 

c. 42, 8. 2 . 198. 233, 302. 346, 
000,1004,1136, 1234,1404 

C.48 lOSO 

8. 2 414, 1086, 1280, 1206, 

1628, 1605. 1865, 2206 

C.46 ... 1438,1930,2100 

c.48, 8. 14 1403 

8.17 71,668,1055,1791 

c.49,8. 4 1328 

c.64,8. 6 220 

(Sheriffs Act, ebb, 8. S 900 

1887) 8.14 143 

8.20 1327 

8.20 .. . 1310,2008 

8.38 2276 

(Deeds of c. 57 1160 

Arrangement 8. 4 487 

Act, 1887) 8.5 2106 

8. 10 . . 428,808,1586, 
1778 



[Coal Mines 
liegn. Act, 
1887) 



c. 68 



1881,2120 
. 85, 1205 
. . 1187 
. . 1729 
. . 1526 
1672 



8.12(1) . 

8. 49, U. 12 

K.22 

R.88 

8.50 . . 

8. 76 56, 218, 813, 1204. 

1891, 1402. 1860, 2263 

8. 76 146, 147, 287, 423, 

073, 1135, 1606, 1683 

8.77 147,287,423,1135 

c.62,8.5 1101 

c.64,8. 12 2018 



(Coroners 
Act, 1887) 



C.65 
c. 66, 8. 2 . 
c. 67, 8. 12 
c. 68, 8. 1 . 
c. 70, 8. 6 . 
c. 71, 8. 22 

8.41 

8.42 



1678,1766,2086 
.... 1208 
. . 817,1604 
. . 106,1404 
.... 876 
688, 1184, 1606 
. . 1115,1117 
762, 1285 



(Copyhold 
Act, 1887) 

51 & 62 Vict. 

( Customs and 
Ini. Rev. Alt, 
1888) 



c. 72, 8.2. . . . 667,1115 



c. 73, 8. 11 
8. 45 
8.40 

c. 2. 8. 26 . 

c. 6, 8. 2 . 

c. 8,8. 4 . 

8.17. 



914 

864, 1238, 1659 
. . . . 44 
. . . . 1091 
. . . . 1812 
. . . 262,846 



c. 10 . . 
all, 8. 8. 
c. 12, 8. 4 . 
c. 18, 8. 1 . 
c. 15, s. 4 . 
c. 17 . . 

8.4. 



. 826,558,1196 
. . 1186,1828 
. . 1960,2020 
. . 131,1086 
.... 1461 

1285 

.... 574 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxxvii 



51 & 62 Vict 
{Glebe Landt 
Act, 1888) 
(Law of Dis- 
tress AmendL 
Act, 1888) 

Rg ir Canal 
Traffic Act^ 
1888) 



^, 



{Loc Girt) 
Ad, 1888) 



c. 19 961 

c. 20, s. 12 179, 196, 343, 814, 
1480 

c.21,8. 4 178 

8.7 1,168 

c. 23 . . . \ . . . 1688 

C.26 1647 

B.7 1116 

8.9 960 

8.10 1189 

8.26 2063 

8.27 . 1178,1698,1789 
8. 36 . 1646, 1647, 1648 
8.37 . . 261,757,1647 
8.42 .... 261,364 

8.46 1116 

8.46 261 

8. 66 377, 419, 850. 886. 

1189, 1666, 1988. 2033, 

2088, 2128 

C.29 220,1066 

c31,8.4. . 1646,1648,2084 
c. 32, 8. 11 . 879,1812,1971 
c.88,8.2. . . . 864,1036 

8.8 1146 

c. 86, 8. 9 . . 487, 1134, 1320, 

1611 

c.39,8.6 199,678,1067,1891 

c. 41 .... 419, 422. 1627 

8.2 1161 

8.3. . . 43,422,1137 

8.11(1) . . 804,1767 

2 . . . . 86 

(4) . . . . 1766 

(6) . . . . 2182 

8. 16 .... . 1439 

8.21 1660 

8.24 779 

8.29 479 

8.81 422 

8.84 1137 

8.36 1637 

(5) . . . . 1837 
8.40 .. . 1123,1406 

8.43 960 

B.46 48 

8.64 422 

8.62 41 

8.68 . 804.1911,1912 

8.69 268 

8.74 1411 

8.78 • ,160,826,1186, 

1186 

8.86 .. . 261,1984 

8.86(6) .... 421 

8.92 1814 

8.99 .. . 1661.2277 

8. 100 48, 416. 416, 421, 

462. 667, 661, 688, 627, 

667.670.878,1090,1128, 

1187,1196,1323,1326, 

Has. 1407. 1408, 1447, 

1526. 1685, 1637, 1776, 

2147 

8. 104 2282 

8.118(18) ... 424 
8.121 1560 



61 & 62 Vict c. 42 . . 296,996,996,1231 

{Mortmain 8. 4 . . 786,1765,2196 

wui CharitabU 8. 6 . . 610, 1608, 1610, 

Uses Act, 1888) 1798 

8. 10 . . . 136,2260 

8.13 296 

(Cfmnty c. 48 428 

CmuU Act, 8. 27 941 

1888) 8.48 1172 

8.50 1207 

8.53 31 

8.64 ai 

8. 66 160, 411, 418, 761, 

870, 1468, 1689, 

2063 

8.67 .... 44,818 

8.58 1077 

8.69 88 

8. 60 . . 418, 696, 2068 

8.65 340,399,960,1871. 

1487, 1689 

8.66 81,730,1367,2192 

8.72 1 

8.74 263,276,689,1177, 

1411 
8.81 .. . 3,276,659 

8.84 1661 

8.88 641 

8.90 641 

8.98 641 

8. 101 81 

8. 118 . . . .103,660 

8.116 71,392,418,642, 

760, 957, 1086, 2072 

8. 118 2016 

8.119 631 

8.120 96,138,1002,1172, 

1865 

8. 138 . . . 1080, 1294 

8. 147 173 

8.163 1878 

8. 166 1782 

8.167 714 

8. 162 .. . 440, 2246 

8. 166 1661 

8.167 440 

8. 180 1566 

8. 186 31, 168, 423, 1027, 

1060,1172,1851,1417, 

1639, 1695, 1752, 

2094 

c. 44, 8. 8 420, 667, 1116, 1117. 

1352 

c. 47,8. 3. . . . 666,1234 

{Patents, a 50, s. 1 1428 

Designs and s. 10 214, 664, 641, 698, 

Trade Afarks 713. 866, 969, 1240. 

Act, 1888) 2081, 2264 

8.17 1616 

8. 18 786 

8.20 1194 

8,27 26 

c. 61. 8. 4 29, 487, 1029, 1057, 
1623 

Part IV 290 

c. 62 1792 

8.3. 228,606,926,1878 
c.63,8.2. . . 199,667,880 



clxxxviii 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



51 & 62 Vict. c. 51, 8. 6 
{Sea Fisk- 
eriea Regn. 
Act, 1888) 

{Trmtee 
Ad, 1888) 



iLavo of 
Abel Amendt. 
Act, 1888) 



52 & 58 Vict. c. 
(Customt and 
inl. Rev, Act, 
1889) 



8.8. 

c. 10 . . 
c. 11, 8. 7 . 

8.0. 

c. 12, 8 7 . 
{Town Police c. 14,8.8. 
ClauMes Act, 1889) 8.4. 

c. 17 . . 
{Weights 0.21,8.1(1) 
and Mecuurea 8.21(1) 

Act, 1889) 8. 22 . 

8.20 . 

8.35 . 



. . . 1059 

8. 10 670 

8. 14 200, 877, 421, 729, 

850, 1786, 1808, 1804, 

2180 

c. 59 1661 

8.1 2106 

8.6. .215.940,085,993 
8.8 215,402,1218,1515, 
1986, 2106 

8.9 1662 

c.60,8.3 1767 

8. 5. . . . 877,1560 
c. 62, 8. 1 325, 477, 1534, 1833 

c. 64, 8. 1 1274 

8. 4 . . . . 1603, 1608 

438 

. . 119, 950, 1695 
.... 1207 

658 

1966 

184, m, 627, 812, 

1426, 1474, 2201, 

2202, 2237 

8,8.7 1219 



8.8. 

c. 65, 8. 4 . 

8.13 

7, 8. 3 . 

8.6. 
8.11 



115, 879 
848 



c27 



Sch 



C.29, 
C.30, 



8.2. 
8.8. 
8.6. 
8.2. 

8. 1 . 

8. 12 



1036,1116 
. . 799 
. . 1330 
262. 576, 846 
. 1124 
. 2079 
. 1240 
412, 1335 
. 1723 
088, 1116, 1183, 
2176, 2229 
. . . . 1240 
. . . . 659 
. ... 1389 
. . 1814,1460 
. . . . 1117 
. ... 1425 
. . . . 199 
63 



c. 82 2106,2175 

8. 9 2106 

c. 40. 8. 16 421 

8. 17 . 1002, 1401, 1797, 
1798, 2018 

c.42,8.2 218 

8.28 2003 

c. 44, 8. 17 345, 427, 626, 1036. 
1401, 2266 

c. 45 685 

. 34,563.822,1188 

. 10()6. 1188, 1496, 

1959 

563 

212, 240, 876, 548, 

1465 

c. 46, 8. 1 . . 587, 1099, 1897 

c. 48, 8. 19 826 

{Arb.Aci, C.49 112,530 

1889) 8. 1 1010 

8.2 895 



{Revenue 
Act, 1889) 



{Factors 
Act, 1889) 



8.1. 
8.2. 

8.8. 
8.9. 

46, 8. 1 . 
48, 8. 19 



{ & 53 Vict. c. 40, 8. 4 . 

8.5. 
8.9. 
8.12 
8.13 
8.14 



8.15 
8.19 

8.24 
8.25 



550, 1935, 1976 

1, 102, 112, 1174 

.... 112 

.... 155 

.... 1638 

19.112,166,274. 

876, 1576. 1688 

. 274, 375. 635 

.... 1028 

.... 652 

.... 1959 

8.27 111,1027,1773,1959 

Sch 1 250 

c. 50, 8. 18 258 

8.21 1560 

88.77-82 .... 557 

8. 108 1551 

8.105 128.232,233,415, 

588. 667. 877, 1090, 

1891, 1404. 1447. 1525. 

1585, 1651, 1654 

c.52,8.7 147 

8.8.352,1211,1824,1891 

C.55 1353 

8. 3 . . 51, 334, 831. 1606 
c.56,8.9. . . . 843,2131 

C.60 1634 

c. 62, 8. 4 121, 418 

{lnterp.Act, c. 63 228.421 

1889) ' 



{Loc Gov 
{Scot) Act, 
1889) 



B. 1 . 700, 802, 1167, M65, 




1889 


•.2. . . 


. 395. 1463 


s. 3 . 61, 1064. 1224. 1805 


S.4. . . 


. . . 420 


1.6. . . 


. . . 1402 


■.0. . . 


. . . 428 


1.7. . . 


. 420, 1865 


(2) . 


. . . 288 


. . . 2095 


(31 . 


. . . 1812 


(4) . 


. . . 48 


(6) . 


. . . 1560 


(6) . 


. . 600 


(V) . 


. . 1802 


(8) . 


. . . 199 


(9) . 


. . . 1126 


(10). 


. . 302 


(11). 
(12). 


. . . 1523 


. 344, 2264 


(13). 


99, 844. 2270 


(14). 


. 297,343 


(16). 


. . 698 


(16). 


. . 1688 


(17). 


. . 1241 


(18). 


. . 162 


19). 


. . 162. 950 


(20). 


. . 331 


■■"S:. 


. . 1991 


. . 425 


i3) . 


. . 875 


i4) . 


. 134,425 


ib) . 


. . 135 


(6) . . 


. . 1982 


(7) . . 


. . 1982 


8) . . 


. . 1982 


i9) . . 


. . 1982 


(10). 
(11). 


. . 1982 


. 30, 427 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



clxxxix 









Page 


52 & 58 Vict 


c. 6S» 8. 18 (12) 


. . . 1478 




(13), 




. 1478 




(14), 




1687 




8.14 . 




1773 




8.16(1) 




1234 




w 




1234 




!!i 




'iOO 






209 




8.16(1) . 


! * 100,848 




(2) 
(3 


. 1507,2131 




. . 109,843 




(4) 


. 1607,2131 




•. 17 (1) 


. . . . 1407 




W 


. ... 1407 




(3) 


. . . 1116 




8. 18 (1) 


... 220 




(2) 


... 220 




(3) 


. . . . 837 




(4) 


... 210 




(6) 


... 219 




(6) 
7) , 


... 882 




... 336 




8. 19 . 


. . . . 1468 




8.20 . 


. . 1561,2277 




8.21 . 


... 480 




8.22 . 


... 718 




8.23 . 


... 1061 




8.24 . 


. ... 1000 




8.26 . 


. ... 1366 




8.26 . 


243, 1355, 1825. 
1836 




8.27 . 




345 
8,1865 




8.28 . . 


'70iB, i20 




8.20 . 




423 

442 

658 

0, 1425 




8.80 . 






8. 84 . . 






8.86(1) . 


.' .84 




(2) 


... 1426 




8.88 . 


.805,686, 1722, 
2120 




(2 ft) 


... 670 




(2 c) 


. . . 1758 




8.39 . 


. . . . 20 




c. 64 . . . 




1606 
109 




8.8. . 


\ ' . 




c. 66. 8. 11 . 


; . . 1100 




c.69,8.7. . 


. 48, 1600, 1600 




8. 8. . 


... 1234 




c 72, 8. 6 . . 




963 
L 1315. 




8.16 . 


'. '. 112^ 






1610 




8.17 . 


. . 190,623 




8. 18 . 


109,326,657 




c. 73.8. 4. . 


. . . 1387 




c. 76 . . . 1 


116, 1158, 2017, 
2018 


63 & 54 Vict. 


c 6. . . . 


213, 1031, 2107 


{Lunacy Act, 


8.14 . 


. . .1785 


1890) 


8.20 . 


. ... 1704 




8.28 . 


... 1858 




8.40 . 


. ... 1183 




8.40 , 


. . . . 1177 




8. 116 . 


. . 1068, 1180. 
1152 




8. 120 . 


. . . . 1781 




8. 134 . 


. . 1177,2184 




8. 283 . 


. . . 1140 




8.287 . 


, , 


1140 



Page 
53 & 54 Vict c. 5, 8. 841 137, 326, 886, 404, 
422,557,661,843,890, 
980, 086, 1035, 1056, 
1070,1180,1134,1153, 
118J, 1228, 1279, 1361, 
1430, 1435, 1585, 1603, 
1702, 1930, 2088, 2105, 
2131, 2102, 2266 

c. 6, B. 2 1812 

{Customs and c. 8, 8. 6 658 

InL Rev, 8. 26 563 

Act, 1890) c. 9, 8. 5 78 

c. 13,8.4 843 

c. 15 1115,1841 

c. 16. 8. 1 1507 

(/»/. Eev. c. 21, 8. 1 343 

Regn.Acty 8. 37 ... . 843,344 

1890) 8.38 1281 

8. 39 . 20, 883, 342, 493, 

822, 875, 977, 1492. 

1680 

c.24,8.4. . . . 487,1116 

c.25,8. 2 1056 

c. 27 99, 886, 1029, 1032, 1114, 
1724 

C.20 1004 

8.6. .. . 1267,2038 
c. 84, 8. 2 . . . . 454, 1184 

c. 35, 8. 2 200, 564 

c. 37, 8. 16 . . 210, 745, 1032 

{Partnership c. 89 1415 

Act, 1890) 8. 2 . 213, 579, 1416. 1662, 

1862 

-8.3. 218.398,1416,1652, 

1684 

8.0 1806 

8.14 882 

8.23(2) .... 1727 

8.27 587 

8.81 1727 

8.45 237 

c. 40 . 685, 1097, 1839, 2177 

(Jud.Act, C.44 720 

1890) 8.1 2097 

8.5 673 

{Police Act, c. 45 1482 

1890) 8.4 107 

8.25 ... . 64,1627 
8.33 . . . 802,1502 

8.34 2094 

C.47 1166 

c. 48, 8. 3 . . . . 418, 1605 

C.52 2086 

c. 53 193 

c. 54.8. 1 213 

8.4. .. . 735,1480 

c. 55, 8. 2 . 217, 254, 411, 413, 

609, 1407, 1476, 1755, 

2095, 2127 

c. 56. 8. 3 . . 231, 1259, 1742 

c. 57 922 

{P,B,Act, C.59 1606 

1890) 8. 11 125, 454, 558, 578, 

806,1116,1380,1537, 

1775,1702,1848.1048. 

1096, 2147 

8.12 326,802,1097,1914 

8.19 572,573,1010,1654 



cxc 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



Page 

63 & 64 Vict. c. 69, s. S6 . . . 1486, 1400 

s. 51 802, 326, 1096, 1097, 
1602, 1000, 1616 

C.60 2017 

8.6. 232,283,843,1117 

{Comp, Me7n, c. Q2 1187 

of Assn. Act, s. 1 (6) . 401, 006, 1186, 

1890) 1626 

•.8 487 

(Comp. C.63 2252,2263 

Winding-up s. 1 622 

Act, 1890) 6. 3. . . . 426,1662 

8.4. .. . 1328,1696 

8.6 1177 

8.7 636,927 

8.8. . . 768,791,008 

8.10 . 1208,1217,1326, 

2097 

8.12 1791 

8.15(3) .... 2124 

8.26 1328 

8. 32 . . 807, 854, 1326 

Sch 1, R. 8 . .041,2173 

{Directors c. 64 . .277,670,1444,1578, 

Liability Act, 1S90) 2144 

(AfftropAfan. c. 66, 8. 2 418 

Ad, 1890) 8.3. . . . 1256,1388 

c. 67, 8.80 232,302,380.1184, 

1601, 1602, 2004 

c. 68, 8 1 1664 

8. 10 ... . 421,667 

(5. L. Act, c. 69, 8. 4 . . . 130, 606, 1848 

1890) 8.18 37,922,1087,1167, 

1676, 1714, 1841 

8. 16 .... 101, 928 

8.16 2108 

88. 16. 17 ... . 2069 

8. 18 2207 

(Housing of c. 70 ... 1122,2072,2268 

Working Classes 8. 2 1302 

Act, 1890) 8. 22 1762 

8. 29 . . 828, 692, 1890, 

1960 

8. 63 . . . 417,1122 

8.74 . . 187,188.2267 

8.92 . .657.1116,1117 

8.93 397,422,658,1056, 

1791, 1988 

8.96 1988 

8.96 397,427,664,1184, 

1228, 1466. 1791 

8.98 .. . 1802,1637 

Sch 2 687 

(Bankry Act, c. 71, 8. 1 816, 434, 463, 1309 
1890) 8. 3 . . 107, 1797, 1817 

8.6 1797 

8.7 7 

8. 8 .60, 214, 867, 373, 

1742. 1914,2001,2128 

8. 11 164. 476, 478. 662, 

1833, 1477, 1864, 2116 

8.15 1662 

8.23 851 

64 & 56 Vict. c. 1, 8.13 . 199,1507,1653 

c.2. 8. 18 1648 

c. 8, 8.3 8,1402 

8. 6. . . . 1402,1466 
c. 4, 8. 3 2017 



FMe 

54 & 66 Vict c. 8, 8. 1. . 655,1378,2062 

(Tithe Act, 6.2 2061 

1891) 8.6. .. . 333,1662 

8.9. . 1391,2060,2061 

8.10 670 

ell 1736 

c. 16, 8. 1 115 

c. 17,8. 2 198 

c. 19.8.8 633 

c.21 1795 

c. 22, 8. 14 . . . 657,2147 

c. 29, 8. 12 644 

c 80. 8. 1 . . . . 1064, 1288 

c. 31, 8. 9 117, 1136, 1168. 1827, 

1868,1962 

c. 32. 8. 7 . . . 232, 878, 1866 

c.83,8. 2 71 

c.84,8.4. . 204,1115.1661. 
1939, 1941 

c. 36 193 

c. 37, 8. 13 96 

c. 38, 8. 27 628. 589, 661, 761. 

987. 1036, 1168, 1928. 1929 

(Stamp Act, c. 39 62. 683, 666, 1699. 1703, 

1891) 1712, 1722, 1894 

8. 9 987 

8.18 1860 

.8.28 1928 

8. 29 .... 162, 163 

8.80 682 

8.82 191 

8.88 1576 

8.38 162 

8.43 1528 

8.44 987 

8.49 298 

8.62 393 

8.54 .... 404,482 

8.67 2066 

8. 69 404, 634. 926, 1088, 
1118, 1183, 1588 

8.69 499 

8.76 1071 

8. 82 . 746, 1016, 1164. 

1322, 1817 

8. 86 . . 79, 684, 1228 

8.88 17 

8.91 1602 

8.92 1603 

8. 98 ... . 16,1503 

8. 101 1677 

8. 108 1940 

8.111 2213 

8. 113 1282 

8.122 . .6(51,987, 1163. 

1165, 1108. 1217. 1928, 

1929. 1936, 1939 

Schl . 986,987,1166, 

1456, 1029. 1707. 1718. 

1819. 1844, 1903. 1964 

c. 40,8.38 1633 

8. 62 . . 218, 421. 1389, 

1653, 1791 

c. 43, 8. 2 ... 354. 1115 

8.4 .... 377,860 

c. 44, 8.2 2106 

c. 45,8.6 644 

c. 46, 8. 12 . . . 1896,1694 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



CXCl 



5i & 55 Vict. c. 
{Purduueof 
Land (It) 
Att, 1891) 



{Elementary c. 
Edmcation 
Act^ 1891) c. 



a 

c. 

(Mortmain c. 

and Charitable 

Usee Act, 1891) 



(P. U. Lon- c. 
dxM Act, 1891) 



55 & 56 Vict. c. 



48,0.26 1060 

8.42 .89,135,190,879, 
422,1027,1116,1117, 
1816, 1507, 1623, 1653, 
1895 
51 . . . 1281,1892,2238 

56, B. 5 1614 

8. 10 . . . 153,1798 

57 706, 784, 836, 884, 1086, 

1693, 1988 

61 1158 

62,8.3 718 

63,8.6 87.8 

04 402 

8.6 1028 

65,8.28 .. . 1513,1821 

66 . 288, 826, 842, 404, 416, 

549, 573, 667, 1029, 

1072, 1683 

8.77 791 

8.88 771 

8.89 863 

8. 95 706, 771, 807, 954, 
1027. 1055, 1057, 1070, 
1475, 1514, 1693, 1694, 
1695, 1757, 1842, 1845, 
1933, 2025, 2061. 2108, 
2140, 2250 

69,8.5 2054 

72 909,1929 

78 995, 1231 

8.3 996 

8.4 186 

8.0 592 

74 1166 

8. 11 . . . 219,1206 
75, 8 6 ... 460, 2018 

8.7 244 

76 . . . 581,1339,1606 

8.2 1302 

(1ft) .... 578 

(le) . 894,978,1538 

88.2-18 .... 1802 

8.4. .. . 245,1180 

8.11 1351 

88.19-22 . . 1298,1322 

8. 38 . . . 927,2270 

8. 41 (2) ... . 321 

8. 47 177, 673. 789, 759, 

1092, 1821 

8.49 452 

8.83 1887 

8.96 2118 

8.99 1791 

8. 112 1763 

'8. 116 2246 

8. 117 1982 

8. 128 . 56.3, 1365, 1392 

8. 185 670 

8. 141 125, 159, 227, 272, 
814, 421, 454, 461, 890, 
894, 1048, 1124, 1168, 
1196, 1389, 1538, 1644, 
1693, 1792, 1898, 1908, 
1948, 2180 

Ixxviii 1892 

4, 8. 7 . . . 959, 963, 1982 



55 & 56 Vict. c. 



(Conv. 4r 
L. P. Act, 
1892) 



(Clergy Die- 
cipline Act, 
1892) 



c. 82, 8. 2 . 



{Burgh Police c. 
(Scot) Act, 
1892) 



(Private 
Street Works 
Act, 1892) 



{Telegraph 
Act, 1892) 



(Shop Hours c. 
Act, 1892) 



Page 
6,8.6 . . .219,426,1087, 

1560 

8,8.5 1036 

9 797, 798, 935 

11.8.2. . . . 186,1115 
13 1721 

8. 2 . 1071, 1086, 1107, 

1665, 1703 

8.8. . 719,2140,2157 

8.4 1071 

8.5 1071 

14 1117,1596 

17.8.3. . . . 481,1865 

18,8.1 762 

19 1942,2041 

23, 8. 24 77, 147, 382, 1328. 

1695 

27, 8. 1 . . . 860, 435, 1353 

8.8. .. . 875.1435 

8. 4. . . . 14.35,2086 

31, 8. I 1895 

8.20 . 68,421,422,609, 
1056 
8. 21 421, 422, 525, 596 

!, 8. 2 1225 

8.8 74,753 

8. 12 113, 288, 325, 918, 

1029, 1030, 1186, 1590 

.39,8.9 162 

40.8.4. . . . 1609,1984 
42 167,1401 

8. 18 303 

43,8.28 .. . . 1056,1199 

8. 25 199, 209, 419, 421, 

427 

47,8.3 272 

50, 8. 6 . . . . 1162, 1895, 

1786 

58, 8. 27 348, 558, 718, 719, 

1384, 2203 

54, 8. 16 71, 421, 557, 1056, 

1115 

55, 8. 4 . 199, 222, 227, 232, 

262, 272, 302, 326, 333, 

426, 806, 896, 900. 964,^ 

1056. 1114,1126.11.34. 

1815, 1391, 1502, 1508, 

1554, 1557, 1865, 1950, 

2094 

8.120 .... 1315 

8.381 .... 1950 

57 103 

8. 5 557, 558, 573, 1389, 

1480, 1538, 1848, 1949. 

1996. 2147 

8.7 989 

8. 8 . . . . . . 1178 

8.10 782 

8.18 290 

8.25 570 

58 22,1339 

59 2287 

8.9 381,558.1124,1692, 
1767, 1791, 2287 

62.8.3 1874 

8.9 1874 

8.10 566 



I At this page the Act is erroneously printed as the P. H. Scotland Act, 1892. 



cxcu 



TABLE OF STATUTE& 









Page 


55 & M Vict 


.C.63 . . . 1116.1158.2018 




c. 64, 8.1. . 


... 980 




•.6. . 


. 427, 1029 




c.65,s.7. . . 


. 2021,2028 




1. 12 . . 


. 199.1143 


66 & 57 Vict 


c.2.8.3 . . . 


. . . 1596 




c.4,t.4 . . 


... 633 




c. 5 . . . . 


. . . 1698 




•.29. . ] 


L328, 1589, 1724 




c. 6 


. . . 1575 




c.8 


. . . 1115 




cl3,B.7. . . 


... 558 




c. 15, 8. 8 . . . 


... 427 




c. 17,8.9. . ] 


L285, 1923, 2180 




C.21 . . 404 


, 548, 816, 1621 




c.23,8.5. . . 


... 633 




c. 26 . . . . 




667,1553 
>6. 427. 1116, 




c. 32, 8. 2 . . 


1( 






1802 




c. 38 .... 


. . . 2268 




c.36,8. 3. . 


... 566 




c. 38, 8. 5. . 


. 29, 1135, 2086 


{Industrial 
and Providen 


c. 89, 8. 8 . . . 


. . . 1694 


t 8.4. . . 


... 961 


Societies Act, 


8.27 . 


. . . 1179 


189S) 


8.44 . 


... 874 




8. 79 . 77. 134, 345, 801, 




1325, 1465. 1584. 1694. 






1696. 1778 




c. 42. 8. 15 191 


r, 466. 610, 670, 




1140. 1784. 1798 




c.44.8.2. . 


... 379 




c.48,8.3. . . 


... 427 




c52,8.2. . 


. . . 1805 


(Trustee Act, 


C.53 . 150,1008,1152,1815, 


1893) 




2106 




8. 1. . 


1661,2106,2175 




8.5(1) . 


. . . 1662 




(2) 




. . 1228 




(3) 




. . 470 




8! 




. . 1011 
470. 1228 




8.8. . 




. . 1996 




8.9. . 




. . . 1581 




8.10 . 




. 1063, 1283, 
1475 




0) 




1998, 2278 




(4) 




. . 389 




(6) 




. . 395 




8.12 . . 




2104. 2184 




(4) 




. 4a3.404 




8.16 . 




. . 165 




8.17 . 




. 1674.2035 




8.23 . 




. . . 1525 




8.26 . 




. . 2246 




88. 26-41 




. . . 2184 




8.81 . 




. . . 2115 




8.85 . 




. . 1902 




8.45 . 


215, 986, 993 




8.50 16 
986.1 


5. 404, 386, 526. 
228, 1280, 1481, 




1513, 1 


586, 1757. 1814, 
L939, 2080, 2104 




c. 55. 8. 11 . 


. ... 1326 




c. 56, 8. I . . 


. ... 1160 




8 8. . 


. . . 272,981 




8.9. . 


. . . . 419 




c.57,8. 2. . 




. . . 108 



P>8« 

66 4 67 Vict. c. 61 1605 

(PubUc Authorities 8.1 81,387,1028,1465, 
Protection Act, 1628, 1629 

1893) 8.2 1563 

(A/. W.P, c. 63 1028. 1827 

Act, 1893) 8.2 781,985,1844,1446, 

1661 
8.8. .. . 710,1133 

c 64. 8. 7 162 

c.66.8.4 1773 

(Shop Hours c. 67 .... 209, 419, 421, 
Act, 1893) 22B1 

c.68, 8. 17 670 

8.26 397,964,1114,1116. 

1117 

c.69,8. 6. . . . 832,1796 

c. 70,8. 2 1812 

(SaUof c. 71 826 

Goods Ad, 8.2 1250 

1893) 8.4. . 12,37,604,826. 

1288, 1417, 1681, 1881. 

1933 

8.10(1) ... . 641 

(2) . . . . 1222 

8.13 513 

8.14 120 

8.15 1790 

8.18 1784 

8.25(1) .... 409 

(2) .... 876 

(3) . . . . 1189 

8.26 1866 

8.35 12 

8.38(1) . . . . 2139 

(2) . . . . 1824 
88.44-46 . . 982,1942 

8.66 1664 

8.58 148.189.1731.2262 

8. 62 31, 158. 240. 498, 

1097, 1492, 1685, 

1782 

(1) . 398,499,663, 

703, 822. 1683, 
1828, 1919, 2215 

(2) . . . . 819 
. (3) . . . . 982 

(4) . . . . 497 
(LocGov a 78 . 697,1388,1406,1654 
Act, 1894) •• 1 1775 

8.2 1408 

8.8 1849 

8. 6 ... . 818, 2268 

8.7 2186 

8.9 71 

8.10 1060 

8.11 670 

8. 17 663 

8.21 421 

8.25 .. . 878,1091 

8.44 1408 

8.68 41 

8.70 622 

8.75 184.812.421.697, 

609, 610. 1114, 1403, 

1408, 1539, 1653, 2107, 

2185 

8.84 102 

c. Izzxi 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



CXClll 



57 & 68 Vict c. 2, s. 5 
c. 11, 8. 3 
c. 12, 8. 2 
c. 16. 8. I 



Page 



{Jud. Act, 
'1S94) 



{Finance 
Act, 1894) 



c. 24 



C.28 
c. 30 



... 1136 

068, 1646, 1812 

. . 99,1001 

(1). . . 1074,1098 

(4) 1626 

(6) 1466 

2242 

c. 26 1708, 1864 

c. 27, 8. 19 . . 802, 846, 976 

8.21 498 

. . . 427,1796,2667 

477 

8.1 1426 

8.2 1426 

(1). . 180,184,286, 

993,1842 

8.3. . 202,1221,1622 

8.6 646 

. 366, 1842 
... 1962 

. 6 646 

8. 7 . . 1168, 1221, 1651, 
1662 

(7) 286 

8. 9 ... . 124, 1422 

8.13 468 

8. 14 . . 124,293,484, 

674 

8 19 .... . 646 

s! 21 (l) '649, 1474, 1842 

(6) . . . . 947 

8. 22 .63, 843, 366, 478, 

668, 668, 963, 977, 1426, 

1684, 1724, 1842, 1843, 

2250 

8.23 663,964,977,1474. 

1660, 1679, 1842, 2107 

... 478 

199, 668, 2203 



(2). 
(8). 



(Prevention 
of Cruelty to 
Children Act, 
1894) 



8.24 
c. 88, 8. 12 

c. 40, 8. 7 . 

c. 41, 8. 16 
8.28 
8.26 



1866 

413, 1008 

269, 1401 

. 1960 

88.26,26,27 302,346,427, 

498,626,1036,1116, 

1168, 1208, 1478, 1490 

8 26 ..... 2266 



200 
... 1636 
. . . 1316 
476, 482, 1781 
404, 436, 874, 1066, 



Sch 
c. 42, 8. 1 . 

8.2. 

c. 44, 8. 8 . 

8.18 



c.46,8.4 1198 

iCopykcld c. 46, 8. 84 886 

Act, 1894) 8. 94 . 44, 698, 621, 874, 

1066, 1126, 1167, 1712, 

1936, 2022, 2176 

[BgSocy c.47,8.8 2263 

Act, 1894) 8.12 1129 

8. 14 1678 

8. 16 . . . 832, 1795 

c. 61 808 

c.68,8.4. . 1124,1607,1791 
{Ry^Canid c. 64, 8. 1 . . . . 962,1672 

Traffic Act, 1894) 8.4 1879 

c. 66 

roi*i. 



Page 

67 & 58 Vict. c. 67 881 

(Diseases of 8.39 1526 

Animals Act, 8. 69 . 84, 269, 272, 544, 

1894) 657, 787, 746, 988, 1035, 

1109, 1361, 1852, 1501. 

1602, 1648, 2001, 2186 

8.60 1501 

8.69 983 

8.71 .. . 1266,2131 

{Loc Gov c. 68 1406, 2268 

(Scot) Act, 1894) 8.26 1060 

8.64 282,233,598,1061, 
1234, 1404, 1812, 2077 

C.69, 8. 60 1502 

{Mer.Ship- 'c. 60 . 221,1392,1426,1481, 
ping Act, 1894) 2232 

8. 1 221 

8.2 1681 

8.8 231 

8.4. .. . 1696,2132 
88.6-13 .... 1693 

8. 13 1510 

8. 24 1856 

8. 27 . . . 1362, 2090 

8. 31 1856 

8. 67 180 

B. 86 . . . 1368, 1908, 
2071 

• 8. 00 231 

8. Ill 1867 

8. 116 1774 

8. 132 486 

8. 140 45 

8. 141 .. . 1247, 1795 

8. 148 1706 

8. 156 1787 

8. 162 539 

8. 166 1734 

8. 167 .. . 637, 1099. 
1897 

8. 186 886 

8. 191 1424 

8. 207 . : . . . 1837 

8. 214 1116 

8. 232 2206 

8. 260 1806 

8. 261 1806 

8. 267 . . . 1424, 1426 

8. 268 . . 479, 613, 1932, 

1936 

8. 270 337 

8. 281 1498 

8. 820 1428 

8. 341 1423 

8. 342 1428 

8. 870 .. . 729, 1810, 
2204 

8. 419 2244 

8. 422 1467 

88.436-446 . . . 1113 

8. 436 328 

8. 437 78 

8. 488 769 

8. 443 769 

8. 446 460 

8. 461 2264 

8. 456 . • . 833, 1868 
8. 458 1809 



CXCIV 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



67 & 58 ^ct. c. 60, 8. 459 2141 

s. 460 1667 

■.487 428 

s. 492 . . 633, 822, 1892, 

1723, 1871, 2212, 2232 

s. 502 .... 34, 2173 

8. 503 84, 285, 554, 1368, 

2174 

8. 604 1446 

8. 510 .. . 1786, 2275 

8. 532 2180 

8. 588 467 

8. 544 . . . 1412, 1786, 
2257 

8. 545 1786 

8. 546 . . . 1336, 1787, 

1866 

8. 547 . . . 1787, 1981, 

1982 

8. 549 1081 

8. 552 1787 

8. 573 1481 

8. 586 1633 

8. 591 1481 

8. 594 1481 

8. 603 1481 

8. 605 1481 

8. 606 . . . 1481, 2210 

8. 6ia . 423, 1027, 1134, 

1135 

8. 618 . 628, 1124, 1414, 

2099 

8. 622 . . . 321, 1481 

8. 625 . . 216, 231, 330, 

1245, 1424, 1481, 2083 

8. 634 1101 

8.688. . . .584,1418 
8. 742 . . 281, 302, 836, 
842, 343, 377, 882, 425, 
604,745,850,886,1080, 
1100, 1101, 1168, 1240, 
1481, 1509, 1723, 1788, 
1807, 1866, 1986, 2054, 
2099, 2180, 2206 

(London Bg c. ccxiii 227, 1865 

Act,18H) 8.5 39,40,113,168,216. 

225,2:^,288,445,565, 

591, 677, 722. 769, 760, 

843,846,857,969,1088, 

1268, 1387, 1419, 1420, 

1422, 1539, 1601, 1767, 

1925, 1948, 1949, 2212, 

2226 

8.7 2085 

8.8 840 

8.9 533 

8. 10 340 

8. 13 ... . 744, 971 

8. 14 744 

8. 17 441 

8. 22 1068 

8. 39 666 

8. 41 ... . 626, 888 
8. 43 . . . 623, 1492 

8. 59 1422 

8. 64 1267 

8. 73 . . . 1576, 1874 
8. 74 . . . 104, 1411 



P>8« 

67 & 68 Vict. c. ccxiii, 8. 76 1422 

8. 77 . . . 381, 1122 

8. 78 1964 

88. 82-84 .... 1954 

8. 86 2086 

8. 88 1649 

. . 1387,2138 
.... 1965 
.... 1892 
.... 1966 
.... 1964 
.... 1627 
.... 2184 
.... 391 
.... 26 
.... 805 
. . 558,1096 
.... 2210 
.199,1507,1063 
.... 2287 
.... 232 

c. 13, 8. 2 R4 

c. 19, 8. 2 379 

8. 17 326 

c. 21, 8. 7 . . . . 633, 1806 

c. 25 1228,1571 

{Friendly c. 26, 8. 10 (1) .... 661 
Soc, Act, 1896) 

c. 27 922 

8. 1 2284 



8.90 
8. 102 
8. 126 

8.136 
8. 146 
8.201 
8.202 
8.212 
8.215 
Fart 3 
13 
Sell 1. 
58 & 69 Vict c. 2, 8. 14 . 

C.5. . . . 

c. 6, 8. 3 . . 





8 6 1163 




c. 82, 8.1. . 421,1116,1862. 




1939 




c. 34, 8. I 1823 




c. 36, 8. 7 . . 961, 1666, 1866 




C.87 686 




8. 23 . . . 662, 1796 




8.27 2151 


(Sum. Jur. 


c. 89, 8. 4 . 382. 444, 615, 1269. 


Act, 1896) 


1468, 1593, 1869, 2246 



8.5. . 1693,1666 

8.7 774 

c. 40, 8. 1 692 

c. 42, 8.28 729 

c. czzz, 8. 36 .... 2080 

69 & 60 Vict. c. 8, 8. 2 1100 

ell 2268 

c. 12 610 

c. 16, 8. 9 . 68, 418, 1168, 1316. 
1661, 1668, 2172, 2282 

c. 28, 8. 10 801 

c.26 776,1219 

8.8. .. . 777,1329 

8.86 2107 

8.66 1283 

8.68 561 

8.87 2260 

8.102 43,423,427,1055, 

1208 

8. 106 77, 213, 345, 801, 

1066.1186,1326, 1466. 

1684, 1694, 1696, 1608 

c.26, 8.1 961 

8. 17 
C.27 . . 

8.3. 

c. 28, 8. 6 . 

8.15 



(Friendly 
Soc. Act, 
1896) 



{Finance 
Act, 1896) 



318 

247 

2068 

1684 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 



cxcv 



50 4 00 Vict c. 28, 8. 19 . . 478, 646, 674 

8.24 478 

8. 86 . . 80, 1068, 2140 

C.81 2268 

C.34, 8. 12 1646 

{Judicial C.86 1031 

TrusUeAct, 8.1 2106 

1S96) 8. 3 . . 600, 887, 1876, 

1673, 2106 

c. 36 1100 

c. 37, 8.1 63 

c44 2100 

88.1-8 .... 485 

C.46 1930 

8.4 1205 

{LandLmo c. 47 022 

{Ir)Act, 8.5 62,602 

1895) 8.6 62 

8.22 99 

8.81 1988 

8.40 62 

8.47 763 

8.48 . .592,884,1027, 

1081,1060,1070,1103. 
1467, 2023 

(Light Rail' C. 48 1100,1646 

wag$Act, 8.21 347 

1896) 8.26 29 

8.28 1862 

c. 49, 8. 1 . 624, 1064, 1288 

c. 60, 88. 12, 13 . ... 688 

8. 19 349, 618, 614, 843, 

1021, 1826, 1833, 2131 

c51 2186 

c.63,8.8. . . . 371,1116 

(P. JJ. /«- a 54 1606 

tandAei, 8.8. . . . 371,1116 

1896) 8.18 1184 

8.28 826 

8.31 930 

8. 84 . . . 1606,2076 
8.35 1606 

c. 66 2242 

60&61 Victc.6. . . . 1117,1808,2201 

c. 16. 8. 1 1798 

c 19 .... 825, 736. 1634 

c. 20, 8. 7 1866 

c.22,8.6 1168 

c.24,8.6 1880 

c.25,8.8 801 

c.27,8.9 801 

c. 28, 8.1 1308 

C.29 1882 

c.81 1115 

c. 34. 8. 1 1284 

{Workmen's c. 87 16,662,594,616,2231 
Comp. Act, 8. 1 164 

1897) (1) . . . . 16,1376 
(2) . . . .530.1881 

8.2 317 

8.4 82 

8.7. .. . 662,2269 

(1)2,381,623,868,933, 

1132. 1720, 1796 

(2) 607,616.628.686, 

1204, 1636. 1646. 

1870, 2120 

Schl . 154,1413,1756 



60 & 61 Vict. c. 38 
IP, H.Scot- 
land Actf 
18S7) 



8. 

8. 
88. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 

c. 43. 8. 

c. 48 
c. 61 
c. 52 
c. 5.3, 8. 
c 66,8. 



P>8« 

1600 

1. 8 126. 150. 198. 2:i3, 
272.326.350.464.461, 
479,481.657,686,894, 
1041,1043. 1056.1186, 
1184. 1316. 1389, 1404, 
1688, 1792. 1812. 1867, 
1893, 1948, 2186 

4 936 

12 1115 

16-81 .... 1802 

126 1617 

145(16) ... 29 



163 
179 
192 , 
198 . 
8 . 



10 
6. 



c. 57, 8. 16 



(Land 
Trannfer 
Act, 18S7) 



c. 59 
c. 62 
C.06 



8. 
8 
8. 
8. 
8 
8. 

8. 

c. 66, 8. 

61 & 62 Vict. c. 10, 8. 
(Ftnance Act, 8. 

c. 14. 8. 
c. 16. 8. 
c. 17, 8. 

8. 
C. 21, 8. 

c. 25. s. 
(Comp. Act, c. 26 . 
1898) 

c. 28, 8. 
(Loamotives c. 29, 8. 
Act, 1898) 8. 

c. 30, 8. 

(Criminal c 36, 8. 
£vid. Act, 1898) 8. 
(Loc Gov c. 37 . 
(/r) Act, 8. 

1898) 8. 

8. 
8. 
8. 

8. 
8. 
8. 



. 1982 
.... 1837 
.... 1114 
.... 1606 
. 419, 667, 1478 
.... 1982 
. . 1117, 1816 
... 302, 460 
. 372.440.441 
883. 1116, 1197. 
2220 
1082, 1116, 1117, 
1490 
.... 2119,2141 

2201 

406. 1067. 1068, 1520, 
1660, 2041, 2088 
1 . . . . 1466, 1669 
1842, 2026, 2108 
. 1067 
. 1645 
49 
. 179 
. 406 



6. 
8. 
11 
12 
16 
20(2) 

(11) 
24 
14 
4. 
6. 
14 



4 

8. 

4. 



. . 421 

1066, 1476 

. . 667 

. . 838 

. 404, 482 

. . 1848 

. . 1867 

261, 1116 

288, 716, 950, 1002. 

1636 

147 

. . 198, 199, 1404 

801 

. ... 891,941 



6 1060 

12 680 

17 . 68, 287, 419, 421, 
1119,2207 

3 1798 

1. . . . 841,1926 

6 69 

421 

18 1161 

22 ... . 421,667 

54 1929 

66 668 

61 1382 

66 807 

66 218 

71 718 



CXCVI 



TABLE OF STATUTES. 







P»«e 








P««e 


61 & 62 Vict 


. c. 87, 8. 74 


167 


62 & 68 Yicl 


t.c.23,8. 19 . 


. . . . 80 




8.98 


1116 




c. 30, 8. 15 . 




. . 847 




8.104 


2211 




c. 32, 8. 14 . 




. . 1798 




8.109 


160, 168, 199, 842, 




C.35 ... 




. . 061 




880, 688, 667, 1027. 




c 38, 8. 8 . . 




. . 658 




106C 


^ 1115, 1116, 1130, 




c. 39. 8.1. . 




. . 406 




ll3fi 


, 1139, 1181, 1328, 




0.44,8.1. . 


. 


. 1895 




1447 


, 1525, 1542, 1617, 
1658^2076 




8.10 . 1 

8.11 . 


1893. 


1601, 1736 
. . 1394 




8. 115 . 


.... 423 




c.46,B. 7. . 




. . 923 




c. 39 . , 


1768 




c 47, 8. 18 . 
0.50,8.29 . 




. 56, 1361 


{Prison Act, 


C. 41, 8. 11 


1663 


. 150 


1898) 


8.12 


1224 




8.80 . 


688, 1625, 1627, 




8.14 


.... 1658 






1663, 2018 




C.42 . . 


1008,1116,2105 


{SaU of 
Food and 


0.51,8.1. . 


... 917 




c. 44, 8. 8 . 


2089 


8.26 . 


300, 1116, 1161. 




8.7. 


886 


Drugs Ad, 1899) 

8. 26 . . 


1699 


(Revenue 


c. 46, 8. 1 . 


712 


... 789 


Act, 1898) 


8.14 


1326 


63 & 64 Vict 


.0. 4,8.4. . 


... 592 




c. 48, 8.1. . 


.... 2089 


(Finance 


0. 7,8.11 . 


. . . 1426 




8.18 


. . 179,588,1260 


Act, 1900) 








c. 49, 8. 2 . 


.... 1670 




0. 8,8. 1. . 


. . . 2203 




c. 50, 8. 10 


. . 1607, 1653, 


(Common' 


c. 12 ... 


... 352 






1924 


wealth of Aus 
tralia Cousin. 


8. 6 . . 


. . . 1081 




c. 67, 8. 1 . 


1683 


Act) 






8.11 


. 284,285,600 




0.20,8.4. . , 


. 697. 2176 




8.12 


. . 600,1605 


{ Workmen*s 


0.22,8.1. . . 


... 64 




c. 58, 8. 1 . 


1694 


Comp. Ac/, 


0.26,8.6. . . 


, 


720 




c. 60 . . 


961 


1900) 


a 26 ... . 




. 1067 




8.27 


. . 670,1168 


0.27, 8. 16 . 




. 1646 


62 & 63 Vict 


c. 7,8.6. 


.... 1197 




0.28 . . . 


, , 


. 061 


{Finance 


c. 9, 8. 2 . 


. . 495,2253 




0.29,8.8. . . 


, 


. 1408 


Act, 1899) 


8.4. 


. . 1862,1910 




0.32,8.2. . 




562, 1391 




8.6. . 


.... 1164 




0.83 .. . 


, 


84,666 




8.8. 


. . 1114,1116 




0.84.8.6. . . 


, , 


. 1224 




C. 11, 8. 2 . 


. . 888. 1562 


(Comp, Act, 
1900) 


0.48,8.1. . 




. 8631 


(London Goo 


c. 14 . . 


1123, 1197, 2268 


8.3. . 




. 1632 


Act, 1899) 


8.24 


609 




8.4. . 


, , 


. 2208 




8.80 


.... 667 




8. 7 . 13^ 


5.890 


867,939. 




8.84 4 


3, 688, 1090. 1114, 
1526, 1686, 1663 




8.8. . . 


Ml, 1 


1016, 1874 
. 1491 




c. 17.8.2. . 


. 179,646,2061 




88. 9-U . 


, , 


. 1602 


{Electric 
Liahting 
{Clauses) Act 


c. 19, 8. 1 . 


.... 1909 




8. 10 . . 


. 891, 2208 


Sell, 8. 1 . 


113, 383, 421, 454, 




8. 14 . . 


198, 854, 470 


609. 


556, 609, 621. 807, 




8. 83 . . 


. . . 1374 


1899) 


976, 


1136, 1492. 1626, 




0.49, 88. 17-42 . 


, 


. 2211 




1646 


, 1837, 1913, 2020, 
2033,2086 




8.78 . 
8. Ill . 


• 


. 2077 
. 2211 




Sch, 8. 8 . . 


.... 1050 




0.60 . . . 

8.3. . 


• 


62 




Sch, 8. 18 


. . 609, 801, 2220 


. 1067 




c. 22, 8. 8 . 


.... 691 




0.51,8.6. . 




. 1210 




c. 28, 8. 6 . 


.... 2039 




0.56, 8. 2. . 




. 1618 




8.7. 


.... 2089 




0.68,8.8. . 


, 


. 1781 




8.8. 


.... 2039 




0.69 ... 




. 2268 




8.9. 


.... 2039 




0.68.8.8. . 




. 1070 



1 At this p«ge the Act is erroneously printed as Comp. Act, 1890. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS. &c. 



Note : the nse of Small Capitals tkroughoat the book, suggests a reference to the Word 
or Phrase bo printed. 

Where Dales are given in the last column of this Table, thai indiccUes that the item against 
which ii appears is a SerieSf or Volume, of Reports of Cases, and these Dates also indicate 
theperiod covered by such Reports, 



A. 

Abdrsviatioks. Explaxatioxs. Period. 

Abbott Abbott (afterwards Ld Tenterden, C. J.) on 

Merchant Ships and Seamen, 13th ed. 

Abb. Abbott's United States Circuit Court ReporU. 

Addams A ddams* Ecclesiastical Reports 1822-1826 

Add. C Addison on Contracts, 9th ed. 

Add. T Addison on Torts, 7th ed. 

Admon Administration. 

Ads, or Admors .... Administrators. 

A.&E Adolphus and Ellis 1834-1841 

Affd Affirmed. 

AU. AUbama Reports. 

AL&N Aloock and Napier 1831-1838 

Aleyn Aleyn 1646-1649 

Alien Allen's Massachusetts Reports. 

Amb Ambler 1737-1788 

And Anderson 1558-1603 

Ann. Co. Co. Pr Annual County Court Practice. 

Ann. Pr. ...... . Annual Practice ; the reference is usually to 

the Order and Rule of Court, and is ap- 
plicable to any Edition. 

Anstr. Anstruther 1792-1796 

App. Ca. ....... Law Reports, Appeal Cases 1875-1890 

JVote, in snd since 1891 these Reports are cited hj the year, e,g, 
1891, A. C. 

Appnrts Appurtenances. 

Arb Act, 1889 Arbitration Act, 1889, 52 & 53 V. c. 49. 

Arch. Bank Archbold on Bankruptcy, 11th ed. 

Arch. Cr. Archbold's Pleading and Evidence in Criminal 

Cases, 22nd ed. 

Arch.P.1.. Archbold's Poor Law, 15th ed. 

Arnold Arnold 1888-1889 



cxcviii TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 

Abbbsyiations. Explanations. Pkkiod. 

Am Arnonld on Marine Insurance, 7th ed. 

Art Article. 

Asp Aspinall 1871, and in 

progress 

Assn Association, cliiefly in names of cases. 

Assrce Assurance, diieflj in names of cases. 

Atk Atkyns 1786-1766 

A-G Attorney-General, — in names (tf< 



B. 

Bac. Ab Bacon's Abridgment. 

Bail C. C Bail Court Cases (sometimes called Lowndes 

& Maxwell) 1862-1864 

Baldwin Baldwin on Bankruptcy, 8th ed. 

Ball&Beatty Ball and Beatty 1807-1814 

Bankry Bankruptcy. 

Bankry Act, 1849 .... Bankrupt Law Consolidation Act, 1849, 12 & 

18 V. c. 106. 
„ 1861 .... Bankruptcy Act, 1861, 24 & 26 V. c. 184. 
„ „ 1869 .... Bankruptcy Act, 1869, 82 & 33 V. c. 71. 
„ 1888 .... Bankruptcy Act, 1883, 46 & 47 V. c. 52. 
„ 1890 .... Bankruptcy Act, 1890, 68 & 54 V. c. 71. 
„ „ (Ir), 1872 . . Bankruptcy (Ireland) Amendment Act, 1872, 
85 & 86 V. c. 58. 

Barb. (N. Y.) Barbour's New York Supreme Court Reports. 

Barnardiston Ch. Ca. . . Barnardiston's Chancery Cases 1740-1741 

Barnes Barnes' Notes of Cases 1732-1760 

B. & Ad Barnewall and Adolphus 1880-1884 

B. & Aid Barnewall and Alderson 1817-1822 

B. & C Barnewall and Cressweli 1822-1880 

B. & Aust Barron and Austin 1842 

Baxter Baxter's Tennessee Reports 

Beatty Beatty 1814-1880 

Bea Beavan 1838-1866 

Bell C. C BeU, Crown Cases 186a-1860 

Benedict Benedict's United States District Court Re- 
ports. 

Be^j Benjamin on Sales of Personal Property, 

8rd ed. 

B. &S Best & Smith 1861-1870 

Beven Beven on Negligence in Law, being 2nd ed. 

of Beyen's Principles of the Law of Neg- 



Bills of Ex. Act, 1882 . . Bills of Exchange Act, 1882, 45 & 46 V. c. 61. 

BillsofS. Act, 1854 . . . Bills of Sale Act, 1854, 17 & 18 V. c. 36. 

,. 1878 ... BiUs of Sale Act, 1878» 41 & 42 V. c. 81. 

„ „ 1882 . . . Bills of Sale Act (1878) Amendment Act, 

1882, 46 & 46 V. c. 48. 

Bing Bingham 1822-1884 

Bing. N.C Bingham, New Cases 1834-1840 

Blackb Blackburn on Sales, 2nd ed. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. cxcix 

AbBUKVIATIONS. EXPLAXATIOKS. Pk&IOD. 

Bl. Com BUckstone's Commentaries, the paging being 

that of tlie 6th ed« ; the edition chiefly 
used being the 12th by Christian, wherein 
Blackstone's last paging is preserved in the 
margin. 

Bl. H Blackstone, Henry 178d-1700 

Bl. W Blackstone, William 174^-1780 

BUgh Bligh's Reports of Cases in the House of 

Lords 1819-1821 

BUgh^N.S. Bligh. New Series 1827-1887 

Bd Board. 

B. &P. Bosanquet and Paller 1796-1804 

B. &P. N. R Bosanquet and Fuller, New ReporU . . . 1804-1807 

Bolt Bott 1768-1827 

Brod. & B Broderip and Bingham 181&-1822 

B. & F Brodrick and Fremantle 1840-1866 

Bra C. C Brown's Chancery Cases 1778-1794 

Brown P. C Brown's Parliamentary Cases 1702-1800 

Brownl. & Gold Brownlow and Goldesborough 166&-1626 

Brown. & Lush Browning and Lushington 1868-1866 

B. &Macn Browne and Macnamara; but generally 

herein cited as By & Can Traffic Ca. . . 1881, &i. p. 

BuckL Buckley on the Companies Acts, 7th ed. 

Bg Buildmg. 

Bg Socy Act, 1836 . . . Building Societies Act, 1836, 6 & 7 W. 4, c. 32. 

,,1874. . . . BuildingSocieties Act, 1874, 37&88 V.C.42. 

„ 1884 .... Building Societies Act, 1884, 47 & 48 V. c. 41. 

„ „ 1894 .... Building Societies Act, 1894, 67 & 68 V. c. 47. 

Bnlst Bulstrode 1608-1649 

Bunb Bunbury 1713-1742 

Burr. Burrow 1756-1772 

Burr. S. C Burrow's Settlement Cases 1732-1776 

Byles Byles on Bills of Exchange and Promissory 

Notes, 16th ed. 



C. 



Cab. & El Cabab^ and Ellis 

Cald. Caldecott's Settlement Cases 

Cal California Reports. 

Callis The Reading of Robert CalUs on the Statute 

of Sewers, 23 H. 8, c. 6, delivered by 
him at Gray's Inn, August, 162Z 

Camp. Campbell 

Carp. Carpmael's Patent Cases 

C. & K. Carrington and Kirwan 

C. & M Carrington and Marshman 

C. & P. Carrington and Payne 

Carter Carter 

Carth. Carthew 

Carver Carver on Carriage of Goods by Sea, 3rd ed. 

Ca. t Hard Cases, temp. Hardwicke 



1882-1886 
1776-1786 



1807-1816 
1602-1842 
1848-1863 
1841-1842 
1823-1841 
1664-1676 
1688-1701 

178a-1787 



cc TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 

Abbreviatiokb. Ezplanatioks. Pebiod. 

Ca. t. Talb Cases in Equity, temp. Talbot 173^-1737 

Ch. Ca Cases in Cliancerjr 1060-1093 

Cliallis Challis on Real Property, 2nd ed. 

Chalmers Chalmers on Bills of Exchange, 6th ed. 

Ch. D Law Reports, Chancery Dirision .... 1875-1890 

Nott^ in and aipce 1891 theae Reports are cited by the year and 
Toluine, e.^; 1891, 1 Ch. 

Ch. Rep Reports in Chancery 1625-1710 

Ch Law ReporU, Chancery Appeals .... 1805-1875 

Chaney (Mich.) .... Chaney's Michigan Reports. 

Ch Chapter. 

[vol. !., 1819, 

Chitty Chitty -! vol. ii , 1770- 

[ 1822 

Chitty Eq. Ind Chitty^s Equity Index, 4th ed. 

CI. &F Clark and Finnelly 1831-1840 

Co. Litt Coke upon Littleton, the edition here used 

being the 18th by Hargrave & Butler. 

Coll Collyer 1844-1846 

Col Colorado Reports. 

Colt, Reg. Ca Coltman, Registration Cases 1879-1885 

Com. Ca Commercial Cases 1895,&i.p. 

Commrs Commissioners, — chiefly in names of cases. 

C. B Common Bench Reporto 1845-1856 

C. B. N. S Common Bench Reports, New Series . . . 1850-1805 

Com. L. Pro. Act, 1852 . . Common Law Procedure Act, 1852, 15 & 

16 V. c. 76. 
„ „ 1854. . Common Law Procedure Act, 1854, 17 & 

18 V. c. 125. 
„ „ 1800. . Common Law Procedure Act, 1800, 23 & 

24 V. c. 126. 

Com. L. R Common Law Reports 1854-1855 

C. P. D Law Reports, Common Pleas Division . . . 1875*1880 

Co Company. 

Comp Act, 1862 .... Companies Act, 1862, 25 & 26 V. c. 89. 
„ 1867 .... Companies Act, 1867, 80 & 31 V. c. 181. 
„ „ 1877 .... Companies Act, 1877, 40 & 41 V. c. 26. 
„ 1879 .... Companies Act, 1879, 42 & 48 V. c. 70. 
„ „ 1880 .... Companies Act, 1880, 43 V. c. 19. 
„ „ 1898 .... Companies Act, 1898, 01 & 62 V. c. 20. 
„ „ 1900 .... Companies Act, 1900, 03 & 04 V. c. 48. 
Comp Mem of Assn Act, 1890 Companies (Memorandum of Association) 

Act, 1890, 58 & 54 V.c. 02. 
Comp Winding-up Act, 1890 Companies (Winding-up) Act, 1890, 53 & 

54 V. c. 88. 
Comp C. C. Act, 1845 . . Companies Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, 

8 V. c. 16. 
Comp C. Act, 1868 . . . Companies Clauses Act, 1863, 20 & 27 V. 

c. 118. 

Com Comyn 1696-1740 

Com. Dig Corny n's Digest. 

Con. & L Connor and Lawson 1841-1848 

Conv & L. P. Act, 1881 . . Conveyancing and Law of Property Act, 

1881, 44 & 45 V. c. 41. 



TABLE OF ABBEEVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 



cci 



Abbbbviatioks. 
Coot Act, 1882 
Conr & L. P. Act, 18 



Explanations. 

. Conveyancing Act, 1882, 46 & 46 V. c. 39. 

, Conveyancing and Law of Property Act, 
1892, 66 & 56 y. c. 13. 

Cooper C. P Cooper, Charles Purton 

Cooper t. Brongliam . . . Cooper, Charles Purton, temp. Brougham . 

Cooper t Cott Cooper, Charles Purton, temp. Cuttenham 

Cooper G Cooper, George 

Coote Coote on Mortgages, 5th ed. 

Corp Corporation. 

Co. Co County Court, or (especially in names of 

cases) County Council. 
Co. Co. Act, 1888 .... County Courts Act, 1888, 61 & 52 V. c. 48. 

Co. Co. B County Court Bules, 1889. 

Cowel Cowel's Interpreter by Tho. Manley, 1672. 

Cowen Cowen's New York Beports. 

Cowp Cowper 

Cox Ch Cox's Chancery Cases 

Cox C. C Cox's Criminal Cases 

Cr. &Ph Craig and Phillip 

Cranch Cranch's United States Supreme Court 

Beports. 

Cr. & Dix Crawford and Dix 

Cr. & Dix Ab. Ca. . . . Crawford and Dix, Abridged Notes of Cases 

Cr. Creditor. 

Crim. Et. Act, 1898 . . . Criminal Eyidence Act, 1898, 61 & 62 V. 

c 36. 

f^ y I Croke, temp. Elizabeth, James I., and I 

^.cl: : : : : : :l c--^- • I 

Cr. & J Crompton and Jervis 

Cr. & M. Crompton and Meeson 

Cr. M. & B Crompton, Meeson, and Boscoe 

Cm. Dig Cruise's Digest of the Laws of England re- 
specting Beal Property, 4th ed. 

Cmmingham Cunningham's K. B. Cases, Srd ed 

Curt. Curteis 

Cush Cushing's Massachusetts Beports. 

Cp Compare. 



Period. 



1887-1838 

1833-1834 

1846-1848 

1815, with 
a few earlier 
casea in and 
from 1792. 



1774-1778 
1745-1797 
1848, &i. p. 
1840-1841 



1839-1846 
1837-1888 



1581-1641 

1830-1832 
1832-1834 
1834-1835 



1784-1735 

1884-1844 



Daly Daly's New York Common Pleas Beports. 

Dan. Ch. Pr Daniell's Ciiancery Practice, 7th ed. 

Dart Dart on Vendors and Purchasers, 6th ed. 

D. & M Davison and Merivale 

Deacon Deacon 

Dea. & C Deacon and Chitty 

D. & Sw Deane and Swabey 

Dears Dearsley, Crown Cases 

Dears. & B Dearsley and Bell 

Debtors Act, 1860 . . . Debtors Act, 1809, 82 & 33 V. c. 62. 

Deft Defendant. 



1848-1844 
1835-1840 
1832-1835 
1855-1857 
1852-1856 
1856-1858 



ccii TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 

Abbreviations. Ezflanatioks. Pskiod. 

Def Definition. 

D. G DeGex 1844-1848 

D. 6. F. & J De Gex, Fisher, and Jones 1850-1862 

D. G. & J De Gez and Jones 1856-1860 

D. G. J. & S De Gex, Jones, and Smith 1862-1865 

D. G. M. & G De Gex, Macnaghten, and Gordon .... 1851-1857 

D. G. & S De Gex and Smale 1846-1852 

Den Denison 1844-1852 

Dick Dickens 1550-1702 

Dillon Dillon's United States Circuit Court ReporU. 

Distd Distinguished. 

Doug. Douglas 1778-1785 

Dow Dow 1812-1818 

Dow & CI Dow and Clark 1827-1831 

Dowl Dowling, Practice Cases 1830-1841 

Dowl. N. S Dowling, Practice Cases, New Series . . . 1841-1843 

Dowl. & L Dowling and Lowndes 184^-1840 

D. & R Dowling and Rjiand 1822-1827 

Drew Drewry 1852-1850 

Dr. &Sm Drewry and Smale 1850-1865 

Dru Drury, temp. Sugden 1843-1844 

Dr. &Wal Drury and Walsh 1837-1841 

Dr. & War Drury and Warren 1841-1843 

Durnford & East . . . . F. T. R. 

Dwar Dwarris on Statutes, 2nd ed. 

Dyer, or Dy Dyer 1613-1682 



East East 1800-1812 

East P. C East's Pleas of the Crown. 

Eden Eden 1767-1766 

E. &6 Ellis and Blackburn 1852-1858 

E. B. & E Ellis, Blackburn, and Ellis 1858 

£. &E ■ . . Ellis and Ellis 1858-1861 

Elph Elphinstone, Norton, and Clark on the Inter- 
pretation of Deeds. 

Encyc Encyclopaedia of the Laws of England. 

Eq. Ca. Ab Equity Cases Abridged, 5th ed. 

Eq. Rep . Equity Reports 185.3-1856 

Esp Espinasse 1703-1810 

Espy Especially. 

Ex Exchequer Reports 1847-1856 

Ex. D Law Reports, Excliequer DiTision .... 1876-1880 

Exon Execution. 

Exs, or Exors Executors. 



Far well Farwell on Powers, 2nd ed. 

Fawcett Fawcett on Landlord and Tenant, 2nd ed. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &o. cciii 

Abbreviatiosib. Ezplamatioms. Period. 

Fearne Ck>nt. Rem. . . . Fearne on Contingent Remainders and Ex- 
ecutory Deviaes, 9th ed., by Charles 
Butler. 

Fed. Rep Federal Reporter. 

Finch Finch, Heneage 1678-1680 

Fisher Fisher on Mortgages, 6ih ed. 

F. N. B Fitz-Herbert, Natura Brevium. 

Florida Florida Reports. 

Fon. B. C Fonblanque, Bankruptcy Cases 1840-1862 

Fort Fortescue 1696-1788 

Forrest ....... Forrest's Exchequer Reports 1800-1801 

Foster Foster's Crown Law Cases 1708-1760 

F. & F. Foster and Finlason 1866-1867 

Fox & Smith Fox and Smith 1822-1824 

Friendly Soc. Act, 1868 . Friendly Societies Act, 1858, 21 & 22 V. c. 101. 

„ 1875 . Friendly Societies Act, 1876, 86 & 89 V. c. 60. 

„ 1806 . Friendly Societies Act, 1895, 68 & 69 V.c. 26. 

„ 1896 . Friendly Societies Act, 1896, 60 & 60 V. c. 26. 

Fiy Fry on Specific Performance of Contracts, 

Srded. 



Gale Gale on Easements, 7th ed. 

G. & D. Gale and Davison 1841-1848 

Gallison Gallison's United States Circuit Court Reports. 

Georgia Georgia Reports. 

Giff. Giffard 1867-1866 

Gilb. Eq. Rep Gilbert's Equity Reports ....... 1706-1727 

Godb Godbolt 1676-1642 

Ooddard Goddard on Easements, 6th ed. 

Godefroi Godefroi on Trusts and Trustees, 2iid ed. 

Goodere Goodeve on Real Property, 4th ed. 

Gould. Gouldsborough 1686-1602 

Gow Gow 1818-1820 

Gray Gray's Massachusetts Reports. 

G. N. Ry Great Northern Railway. 

G. W. Ry Great Western Railway. 



H. 

Hagg. Adm Haggard, Admiralty Cases 1822-1838 

Hagg. Con Haggard, Consistory Cases 1789-1802 

Hagg. Ecc Haggard, Ecclesiastical Cases 1827-1883 

Hale P. C Hale's Pleas of the Crown. 

H&Tw Hall and TwelU 1849-1860 

Hamilton Hamilton on Company Law, 2nd ed. 

Hard. Hardres 1666-1660 

Hare Hare 1841-1858 

H.&R Harrison and Rutherford 1865-1866 



cciv TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &a 

Abbbbviatiohs. ExFLAKATioirs. Pbriod. 

Hawk Hawkins on the Constractioo of Wills. 

Hawk. P. C Hawkins* Pleas of the Crown. 

Hayes Hayes 1880-1882 

H. &M. Hemming and BCiiler 1882-1865 

H. Bl Henry Blackstone 1788-1796 

Heredtts Hereditaments. 

Hetley HeUey 1627-1631 

HIU HiU's New York Reports. 

Hob Hobart 1603-1626 

Hodges Hodges 1835-1837 

Hogan Hogan 1816-1834 

Holt Holt 1688-1710 

Holt N. P Holt» Nisi Prios Cases 1815-1817 

Hop. & Colt Hopwood and Coltman 1868-1878 

H.&P Hopwood and PhUbrick 1863-1867 

H. L Honse of Lords. 

H.L.Ca. House of Lords Cases 1847-1866 

Hudson Hudson on Building Contracts, 2nd ed. 

Hud. &Bro Hudson and Brooke 1827-1831 

Hump Humphrey's Tennessee Reports. 

H. &C Hnrlstone and Coltman . . . t^. . . . 1802-1866 

H. & N. Hurlstone and Norman 1866-1862 

Hn Herein, or hereon. 



L 

ni Illinois Reports. 

Inl. Rer Inland Revenue, — chiefly in names of cases 

or statutes. 

Inst Coke's Institutes. 

Insroe Insurance, — chiefly in names of cases. 

Interp Interpretation. 

Interp Act, 1889 .... Interpretation Act, 1880, 62 & 63 V. c. 63, 

g^ven in exteruo in the Appendix. 

Iowa Iowa Reports. 

Ir Ireland. 

Ir. L. R Irish Law Reporto 1888-1860 

Ir. Eq. Rep. Irish Equity Reports 1838-1860 

Ir. Cora. Law Rep. . . . Irish Common Law Reports 1860-1866 

Ir. Ch. Rep Irish Chancery Reports 1850-1866 

Ir. Rep. C. L Irish Reports, Common Law 1867-1877 

Ir. Rep. £q Irish ReporU, Equity 1867-1877 

L. R. Ir Law Reports, Ireland 1878-1893 

Note, In and alnoe 18M theM Reporto are cited by the year, 
e.g. 1894, 1 I. R. ; ainoe 1877, and atill, the odd-nnmbered 
Tolmne reports Equity cases and the eTen-nnmbered volnme 
CoBunon Law oases 



Jac Jacob 1821-1822 

Jac. &W Jacob and Walker 1819-1821 



TABLE OF ABBEEVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. ccv 

Abbrkyiations. Explanations. Period. 

Jacob Jacob's Law Dictionary '* enlarged and im- 

prored " by Tomlins and brought by him 
** to the end of the reign of our late vener- 
ated Sovereign George the Third," 3rd 
quarto ed. Sometimea this book is cited 
as Tomlins, or Tomlins' Law Diet 

Jarm Jarman on Wills, 4th ed. 

Jebb&B Jebb and Bourke 1841-1842 

Jebb&Sy Jebb and Symes 1838-1841 

Johns Johnson 1858-1860 

J. &H. Johnson and Hemming 1850-1862 

John. N. T. Johnson's New York Reports. 

Johns. Cas. Johnson's New York Cases. 

Johnson Johnson's Maryland Reports. 

Jo.T Jones, T 1667-1684 

Jo. W Jones, William 1620-1640 

Jones & Carey Jones and Carey 1888-1830 

J. &LaT Jones and La Touche 1844-1846 

Jdgmt Judgment 

Jud. Act, 1873 Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1878, 

86 & 87 V. c. 66. 

„ „ 1875 Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1875, 

88 & 39 V. c. 77. 

„ „ 1881 Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1881, 

44 & 45 V. c. 68. 

„ „ 1884 Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1884, 

47&48V.C. 61. 

„ „ 1800 Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1800, 

58 & 54 y. c. 44. 

„ „ 1894 Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1804, 

57 & 58 V. c. 16. 
„ M (Ir) 1877 . . . Supreme Court of Judicature (Ireland) Act, 

1877,40&41 V. C.57. 
„ „ „ 1887 . . . Supreme Court of Judicature (Ireland) Act, 
1887, 50 & 51 V. c. 6. 
Jud. T. Act, 1806 . . . . JudicialTrusteesAct, 1896^59&60y.c. 85. 

Jur. Jurist 1837-1854 

Jur. N. S Jurist, New Series 1854-1866 

J. P Justice of the Peace 1887,&i.p. 

Juta Juta's Cape Colony Reports. 



Kay Kay 1858-1854 

K.&J Kay and Johnson 1854-1858 

Keble Keble 1661-1679 

Keen Keen 1836-1888 

KeUwey Keilwey, ed. of 1688 1496-1578 

Kelynge W Kelynge, WUliam 1730-1784 

Keyes Keyes' New York Court of Appeal Reports. 

Knapp P. C Knapp's Privy Council Cases 1829-1836 



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TABLE OF ABBKEVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 



L. 

Abbbbviatioiis. ExFLA-HATioirs. Pbbiod. 

Lane. & Y. Ry Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway. 

Lauds C. C. Act, 1845 . . Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1846, 8 V. 

C.18. 
Lands C. C. (Scot) Act, 1846 Lands Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) Act, 

1846, 8 V. c. 19. 

Latch Latch 1624-1627 

L. J. 0. S. Ch Law Jonmal, Old Series, Chancery . . . 1822-1831 

L.J. 0. S. K.B „ „ King's Bench . . 182^1831 

L. J. O. S. C. P. . . . . „ „ Common Pleas . . 1822-1831 

L.J. O. S. Ex „ „ Exchequer . . . 1830-1831 

L. J. O. S. M. C „ ,» Magistrates' Cases 1826-1831 

L. J. Bank „ New Series, Bankruptcy . 1882, &i. p.® 

L. J. Ch „ „ Chancery . . .1831,&Lp. 

L. J. E. B., or Q. B. . . . „ „ King's, or Queen's, 

Bench (in and 
from 1876, 
Queen's, or 
King's, Bench 
Dirision). . . 1831, &i. p. 

L. J. C. P „ „ Common Pleas (in 

and from 1876 to 
1880, Common 
Pleas DlTision). 1881-1880 

L. J. Ex „ „ Exchequer (in and 

from 1876 to 
1880, Exchequer 
DiTision) . . . 1831-1880 

L.J.M. C „ „ Magistrates' Cases 1831-1896 

L. J. P. C „ „ Privy Council . . 1866, &i. p. 

L. J. P. & M Law Journal, New Series, Probate and Matri- ( 1858-1859 

monial . . . (1866-1875 

L. J. P. M. & A „ „ Probate, Matrimonial, 

and Admiralty . 1860-1865 

L. J. Adm „ „ Admiralty . . . 186^1875 

L. J. Ecc .. „ Ecclesiastical . . 1866-1875 

L. J. P. D. & A „ „ Probate, Divorce, and 

Admiralty . . . 1876,&i.p. 

Law Jour Law Journal Newspaper. 

L. J. N. C Law Journal Notes of Cases. 

L. Q. Rev Law Quarterly Review. 

L. R. A. & E Law Reports, Admiralty and Ecclesiastical . 1866-1875 

L. R. C. C. R „ Crown Cases Reserved . . . 1866-1875 



Tke N'ew Series of the Law Joumalf having the longest continuity qfanysenes of reports^ 
the endeavour has been to refer thereto qud every case herein cited and there reported lohich 
has been decided in or since 1831; as much as practicable the contemporaneous reports have 
been re/erred to^ but where that is not done the addition of 1831 to ihe number of the volume 
of the Law Journal wUl approximately give the A.D, of the case, so that, if reported in any 
other series ofreports^ it will be readily found there. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. ccvii 



Abbretiatioxs. Explanations. > 

L. R. C. P Law Reports, Common Fleas 

L. R. Eq „ Equity 

L. R. Ex. „ Exchequer 

L. R. H. It. „ House of Lord«, English and 

Irish Appeals 

L. R. Ind. App ,, Indian Appeals 

L. R. Sc. & D. App. ... „ Scotch and Dtrorce Appeals . 

L. R, P. „ Privy Council 

L. R. P. & D „ Probate and DiYorce . . . 

L. R. Q. B ,1 Queen's Bench 

Vf, App. Ca. : Ch. D. : Ch. : C. P. D. : Ex. D. : P. D. : Q. B. D. 

L. R. Ir Law Reports, Ireland 

L. T. 0. 8 Law Times ReporU, Old Series 

L. T. „ „ New Series .... 

Lew Times Law Times Newspaper. 

Lea Lea's Tennessee Reports. 

Leach Leach, Crown Cases 

Leake . Leake on Contracts, 3rd ed. 

Lee EfOC Lee, Ecclesiastical Casei 

L & C Leigh and Care 

Leon Leonard 

Ler Levinz 

Lewin Lewin on Trusts, 10th ed. 

Lewin C. C Lewin, Crown Cases 

Lindley Comp Lindley on Companies, 6th ed. 

Lindley P Lindley on Partnership, 6tli ed. 

Litt Littleton's Tenures, the version used being 

that in the edition of Co. Litt here used. 

Litt Rep Littleton 

L. & G. t Plunk Lloyd and Goold, temp. Plnnkett .... 



L.&G. tSug. . . . 
Loc Gov Act, 1858 . . 

„ » 1888 . . 

.. „ 1894 . . 

„ (Ir) Act, 1871 . 

18»8 . 
„ (Scot) Act, 1889 



1894 



Loc Gov Bd . . 

Loflfk 

LB.&S.Ry . . 
L. C. & D. Ry . . 
Lind.&N. \V. Ry 
Lond. & S. W. Ry 
London Bg Act, 1891 



London Co. Co. . . 
London Gov Act, 1899 



Lloyd and Goold, temp. Sugden 

Local Government Act, 1858, 21 & 22 V. c. 98. 
Local Government Act, 1888, 51 & 52 V. c. 41. 
Local Government Act, 1894, 56 & 57 V. c 73. 
Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1871, 31 & 

35 V. c. 109. 
Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1898, 61 & 

62 V. c. 87. 
Local Government (Scotland) Act, 1889, 52 & 

53 V. c. 50. 
Local Government (Scotland) Act, 1894, 57 & 

58 V. c. 58. 
Local Government Board. 

Loflfk 

London Brighton & South Coast Railway. 
London Chatham & Djver Railway. 
London & North Western Railway. 
London & South Western Railway. 
London Building Act, 1894, 57 & 58 V. 

c. ccxiii 
London County Council. 
London Government Act, 1899, 62 & 63 V. 

c. 14. 



Peuioi). 
1865-1875 
1865-1875 
1865-1875 

1866-1875 
1878, &i.p 
1866-1875 
1865-1875 
1865-1875 
1865-1875 

1878-1893 
1843-1859 
1859,&i.p. 



1730-1814 

1752-1758 
1861-1865 
1540-1615 
1660-1697 

1822-1833 



1626-1632 

1833-1889 

1835 



1772-1774 



ccviii TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 

Abbreviations. Explvxations. Period. 

Long. & Town Longfield and Townsend 1841-1842 

LowDdes & Maxwell ... See Bail C. C. 

L. M. & P Lowndes, Maxwell, and Pollock 1860-1851 

Lush Lashington 1860-1862 

Latw . Lntwjche, Ke^tratlon Cases 1843-1853 

Lutw. E Lutwyche, Edward 1688-1704 



M. 

McL McLean's United States Circait Conrt Re- 
ports. 

Mac. & G Macnaghten and Gordon 1849-1852 

Macq Macqueen, Scotch Appeals 1851-1865 

MacS MacSwinney on Mines Quarries and Minerals, 

Ist ed. 

Mad Maddock 1816-1822 

Maine Maine Reports. 

Manchester S. & L. Rj . . Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway. 

M. &G Manning and Granger 1840-1844 

M. & R Manning and Ryland 1827-1830 

Manson Manson's Bankruptcy and Winding-up Cases 1894, &i. p. 

Man wood Man wood's Forest Laws. 

Mar. Ca Maritime Cases by Crockford and Cox . . 1860-1871 

M. W. P. Act, 1870 . . . Married Women's Property Act, 1870, 33 & 

84 V. c. 93. 
„ „ 1874 . . . Married Women's Property Act (1870) 

Amendment Act, 1874, 87 & 38 V. c. 50. 
„ 1882 . . . Married Women's Property Act, 1882, 45 & 

46 V. c. 75. 
„ 1893 . . . Married Women's Property Act, 1893, 56 & 

57 V. c. 63. 

Marsh Marshall 1813-1816 

Mass Massachusetts Reports. 

Maude & P Maude and Pollock on Merchant Shipping, 

4th ed. 

M. &S Maule and Selwyn 1813-1817 

Maxwell Max\yell on the Interpretation of Statutes, 

2nd ed. 

M'Cle M'CleUnd 1824 

M'Cle. & Y M'Cleland and Younge 1824-1825 

M. & W Meeson and Welsby 1886-1847 

Mem Memorandum. 

Mer Law Amend. Act, 1856 Mercantile Law Amendment Act, 1856, 19 & 

IX) V. c. 97. 
Mer Shipping Act, 1854 . Merchant Shipping Act, 1854, 17 & 18 V. 

c. 104.. 
„ 1862 . Merchant Shipping Act, 1862, 25 & 26 V. c. 68. 
„ 1876 . Merchant Shipping Act, 1876, 89 & 40 V. c. 80. 
„ 1889 . Merchant Shipping Act, 1889, 52 & 53 V.c. 46. 



TABLE OF ABBEEVIATIONS, SIGNS, &o. ccix 

Abbbxviatiokb. Extlanatioxs. Period. 

Mer Shipping Act, 1894 . Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, 57 & 68 V. c. 00. 

Mep Meriyale 1815-1817 

Met Metcalfe's Maasachutetts Reports. 

Metrop Bg Act, 1855 . . MetropoIiUn Building Act, 1855, 18 & 19 V. 

C.122. 
Metrop Man. Act, 1855 . . Metropolis Management Act, 1855, 18 & 19 

V. c. 120. 
„ „ 1858 . . Metropolis Management Amendment Act, 

1858,21 &22V.C 104. 
,, „ 1862 . . Metropolis Management Amendment Act, 

1862,25&26 V.C.102. 
„ „ 1878 . . Metropolis Management and Building Acts 

Amendment Act, 1878, 41 & 42 V. c. 32. 
„ „ 1882 . . Metropolis Management and Building Acts 

Amendment Act, 1882, 45 & 46 V. c. 14. 
„ „ 1890 . . Metropolis Management Amendment Act, 

1890, 53 & 54 V. c. 66. 

Metrop Ry Metropolitan Railway. 

Mid. Ry Midland Railway. 

Mid. G. W. Ry Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland 

Minn Minnesota Reports. 

Miss Mississippi Reports. 

Mo Missouri Reports. 

Mod Modem 1669-1732 

MoU Molloy 1827-1828 

Mont. Montagu 1829-1882 

Mont. & Ayr Montagu and Ayrton 1833-1838 

Mont&B MonUgu and Bligh 1832-1833 

Mont. & Cbitt Montagu and Chitty 1838-1840 

Mont. D. &D MonUga, Deacon, and De Gex 1840-1841 

Mont. & M'A Montagu and Macarthur 1820-1830 

Moody Moody's Crown Cases 1824-1844 

Moo. &M. Moody and Malkin 1820-1830 

Moo. & R Moody and Robinson 1830-1844 

Moore Moore, Francis 1512-1021 

Moore C P Moore, J. B., Common Pleas and Exchequer 

Chamber Cases 1817-1827 

Moore Ind. App Moore, Indian Appeals 1880-1872 

Moore P. C Moore, Privy Council Appeals 1836-1862 

Moore P. C. N. S Moore, Privy Council Appeals, New Series . 1862-1873 

Moore & P Moore and Payne 1827-1881 

Moore & S Moore and Scott 1831-1834 

Morr Morrell, Bankruptcy Cases 1884-1893 

Mtge Mortgage. 

Mtgee Mortgagee. 

Mtgor Mortgagor. 

Moseley Moseley 1726-1730 

Mun Corp Act, 1882 . . . Municipal Corporations Act, 1882, 45 & 46 V. 

C.50. 
„ „ 1883 . . . Municipal Corporations Act, 1883, 46 & 47 V. 

c. 18. 

My. & C Mylne and Craig 1835-1841 

Hy. &K. * Mylne and Keen 1832-1835 

TOL. I. n 



ccx TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 



ABBBEYIATIOarS. EZFLAHATIORS. PSKXOD. 

N. & M Nerille and Manning 183^1836 

N. &P Neville and Perry 1836-1888 

N. Hamp New Hampehire Reports. 

N. R New Reports 1862-1866 

N. Y New York Reports. 

N. Z. L New Zealand Law Reports. 

Newb Newberry's United States Admiralty Reports. 

Nolan Nolan on the Poor Laws. 

N. B. Ry North British Railway. 

N. E. Ry North Eastern Railway. 

Notes of Ca Notes of Cases 1841-1860 

Noy Noy . .* 1660-1649 

11 Note. 



Obs Observation, or Observations. 

Odgers Odgers on Libel and Slander, 8rd ed. 

Ohio Ohio Reports. 

O^io St Ohio Sute Reports. 

0*M. &H O'MaUey and Hardcastle 1869, &i.p. 

Ord Order. 

Orl. Bridg Orlando Bridgman 1660-1667 

Owen Owen 1666-1616 



Palm Palmer 1619-1629 

Palmer Co. Prec Palmer's Company Precedents, Vol. 1, 7th 

ed. ; Vol. 2, 8th ed. ; Vol. 8, 8th ed. 

Par Paragraph. 

Park Park on Marine Insurance, 8th ed. 

Parker Parker 1743-1767 

Pat. Ca Patent Cases, by Cutler 1884,&i.p. 

Paterson Paterson's Scotch Appeals 1861-1873 

Peake Peake 1790-1812 

Peake Add. Ca Peake, Additional Cases 1796-1812 

P. Wms Peere Williams 1696-1736 

Penn. St Pennsylvania State Reports. 

P. & D Perry and Davison 1838-1841 

Phil. Ecc Phillimore 1809-1821 

Phil. Ecc. Law .... Philllmore's Ecclesiastical Law, 2nd ed. 

Phill Phillips 1841-1849 

Pickering Pickering^s Massachusetts Reports. 

Pit Plaintiff. 

Piatt Piatt on Leases. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. ccxi 

Abbreviations. Explanatio2cs. Period. 

Piatt Coy Piatt on Covenants. 

Plowd. Plowden 1660-1680 

PoU Pollexfen 1660-1686 

Pop Popham 1692-1027 

Pr. Ch Precedents in Chancery, Finch 1680-1722 

Price Price 1814-1824 

P. D Law Reports, Probate Divorce and Admi- 
ralty Division 1876-1890 

Note, in and dnoe 1891 theae Beporta are cited by the year, e. g. 
1891, P. 
P. H. Act, 1848 .... Public Health Act, 1848, 11 & 12 V. c. 63. 

„ „ 1872 Public Health Act, 1872, 36 & 86 V. c. 79. 

„ „ 1876 Public Health Act, 1876, 88 & 39 V. c. 66. 

„ 1890 Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1890, 

68 & 64 V. c. 69. 
„ Ireland Act, 1878 . Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1878, 41 & 42 
V. c. 62. 
„ 1896 . Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1896, 69 & 60 
V. c. 64. 
„ London Act, 1891 . PubUc Health (London) Act, 1891, 64 & 66 

V. c. 76. 
„ ScoUand Act, 1867 . Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1867, 30 & 81 
V. c. 101. 
„ 1807 . Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1897, 60 & 61 
V. c. 38. 



Q. 

QoJk "As regards," "in relation to," "for the 

purpose of,*' or " within the meaning of." 

Q. B Queen's Bench Reports 1841-1862 

Q. B. D Law Reports, Queen's Bench Division . . 1876-1890 

Notey in and since 1891 theae Beporta are cited by the year and 
volume, e.g. 1891, 1 Q. B. 



R. 

Ry Railway, — chiefly in names of cases, and 

then signifying Railway Company. 
Ry&Canal TrafBc Act, 1864 Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1864, 17 & 18 

V. c. 31. 
„ „ 1888 Railway and Canal Traffic Act. 1888, 61 & 62 

V. C.26. 
„ „ 1804 Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1894, 67 & 68 

V. c. 64. 

Ry Ca., or Rail. Ca. . . . Railway and Canal Cases 1835-1864 

Ry & Can Traffic Ca. . . Railway and Canal Traffic Cases : C/j, B. & 

Macn 1856,&i.p. 

Ry C. C. Act, 1846 . . . Railway Clauses Consolidation Act, 1846, 

8 V. c. 20. 



ccxii TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &a 

Abbreviatioks. Ezplanatiomb. Pebiod. 

Ry C. C. (Scot) Act, 1846 . Railway Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) 

Act, 1846. 8 V. c. 33. 
Rj C. Act, 1863 .... Railway Clauses Act, 1863, 26 & 27 V. c. 92. 
Ry Comp. Act, 1867 . . . Railway Companies Act, 1867, 30 & 81 V. 

c. 127. 

Raym. T T. Raymond 1660-1684 

Raym. Ld Lord Raymond 1694-1732 

Redman Redman on Landlord & Tenant, 5th ed. 

Reed Reed on Bills of Sale, 11th ed. 

Regn Regulation. 

Repld Replaced by, — t. e. a statute or section re- 
placed by the one following this abbreyia- 

tion. 

Rep Coke's Reports 1672-1617 

Rep People Act, 1832 . . Representation of the People Act, 1832, 2 & 8 

W. 4, c. 45. 
„ „ 1867 . . Representation of the People Act, 1867, 30 

&, 81 V. c. 102. 
„ „ 1884 . . Representation of the People Act, 1884, 48 & 

49 V. c. 8. 
„ (Ir) Act, 1882 Representation of the People (Ireland) Act, 

1832, 2 & 3 W. 4, c. 88. 
,, „ 1850 Representation of the People (Ireland) Act, 

1850, 18 & 14 V. c. 69. 
„ „ 1868 Representation of the People (Ireland) Act, 

1868, 81 & 32 v. c. 49. 
„ (Scot) Act, 1832 RepresenUtion of the People (Scotland) Act, 

1832, 2 & 3 W. 4, c. 65. 
„ „ 1868 Representation of the People (Scotland) Act, 

1868,31&32V. c. 48. 

Rettic The same as Sessions Cases, Scotch, 4th Series. 

Revd RcTersed. 

Rice Rice's South Carolina Reports. 

Rob. Ecc Robertson, Ecclesiastical Cases 1844-1853 

Robt. N. Y Roberteon's New York Superior Court Re- 
ports. 

Rob. C Robinson, Christopher 1798-1808 

Rob. W Robinson, William 1838-1850 

Robson Robson on Bankruptcy, 7th ed. 

Rogers Rogers on Elections, Vol. 1, 16th ed. ; Vols. 

2 and 3, 17th ed. 

RoUe Rolle 1614-1625 

Rol. Ab Rolle's Abridgment. 

Rop Roper nn Legacies, 4th ed. 

Rose. Cr Roscoc's Digest of the Law of Evidence in 

Criminal Cases, 12th ed. 
Rose. N. P Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence at 

Nisi Prius, 17lh ed. 

Rose ' . . . Rose 1810-1816 

R Rule, or Rules. 

R. S. C Rules of the Supreme Court, 1883. 

Russ Russell 1823-1829 

Russ. Cr Russell on Crimes and Misdemeanours, 

6th ed. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. ccxiii 

ABBRKVIATIOV8. EXTLAVATIOMS. PERIOD. 

Rum. & My Riusell and Mylne 1829-1838 

Russ. & Ry Russell and Ryaa 1800-1823 

Ry. &M00 Ryan and Moody 1823-1826 



Salk Salkeld 1680-1712 

S, C. Same Case. 

Saund. Saunders ( F. Wms. Saund.) 1666-1672 

SaTile Sayile 1680-1694 

Sayer Sayer 1761-1766 

Sch Schedule. 

Sch.&Lef Schoales and Lefroy 1802-1807 

Scot Scotland. 

So. Scott 1834-1840 

Sc. N. R Scott, New Reports 1840-1846 

Sc. L.R. Scottish Law Reporter 1866, &i. p. 

ScrnttoQ Scrntton on Charter-parties and Bills of 

Lading, 4th ed. 

Selwyn N. P. Selwyn's Nisi Prius, 12th ed. 

Sess. Ca. 4th Ser Sessions Cases, Scotch, 4th Series .... 1874-1898 

Seton Seton on Decrees, 6th ed. 

S.L. Act, 1882 Settled Land Act, 1882, 46 & 46 v. c. 38. 

„ „ 1884 .... Settled Land Act, 1884, 47 & 48 V. c. 18. 

„ „ 1887 Settled Land Acta (Amendment) Act, 1887, 

60 & 61 V. c. 30. 

„ „ 1890 Setded Land Act, 1890, 68 & 64 V. c. 69. 

Show Shower 1678-1694 

Sid. Siderfln 1667-1670 

Sim Simons 1826-1862 

Sim. N. S Simons, New Series 1860-1862 

Sim. & St Simons and Stuart 1822-1826 

Skinner Skinner 1681-1697 

Sm. & G Smale and Qiffard 1862-1868 

Sm. L.C Smith's Leading Cases, 9th ed. 

Smythe Smythe 1839-1840 

Sneed Sneed's Tennessee Reports. 

Socy Society, — chiefly in names of cases. 

Solr Solicitor. 

Solrs Act, 1843 .... Solicitors Act, 1843, 6 & 7 V. c. 78. 

„ 1860 Solicitors Act, 1860, 23 & 24 V. •. 127. 

„ 1870 .... Attorneys and Solicitors Act, 1870, 38 & 84 
V. c. 28. 

Solrs Rem Act, 1881 . . . Solicitors Remuneration Act, 1881, 44 & 46 

V. c. 44. 

Solrs Rem Ord .... General Order made under Solicitors Re- 
muneration Act, 1881. 

8l J Solicitors' Journal. 

S. S. Ry South Eastern Railway. 

& W. Ry South Wales Railway. 

Spelm Spelman's Glossarium Archaiologicnm. 

Spinki Spinks, Ecclesiastical and Admiralty . . . 1863-1866 



ccxiv TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &c. 

ABBRKVIATI0K8. ExPLAKATIOSS. PSBIOD. 

Stat Statute. 

Stat. Def. Statutory definition, or definitions : this ab- 

breYiation generally indicates that the 

word or phrase under consideration hito 

received interpretation by the section cited 

or stated. 

SUrlcie Starkie 1816-1828 

Steph. Cr. Stephen's Digest ofthe Criminal Law, Srded. 

Stone .' . Stone's Justices' Manual. 

Story Story on Equitable Jurisprudence. 

Stra. Strange 1716-1748 

Sty., or Style Style 1046-1666 

Sucn Dy Act, 1863 . . . SnccAslon Duty Act, 1868, 16 & 17 V. c. 61. 

Sug. Pow Sugden on Powers, 8th ed. 

Sug. Prop. Sugden on the Law of Property as adminis- 
tered by the House of Lords. 

Sug. V. & P Sugden on Vendors and Purchasers, 14th ed. 

Sum Jur Act, 1848 . . . Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1848, U & 12 

V. c. 43. 
„ „ 1867 . . . Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1867, 20 & 21 

V. c. 43. 
„ ., 1879 . . . Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879, 42 & 48 

V. c. 49. 
„ „ 1881 . . . Summary Jurisdiction (Process) Act, 1881, 

44 & 46 v. c. 24. 
„ „ 1884 . . . Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1884, 47 & 48 

V. c. 48. 
„ „ 1896 . . . Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) 

Ac^ 1896, 68 & 69 V. c. 89. 
„ ,. 1899 . . . Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1899, 62 & 63 

V.C.22. 
" (Ir) Act, 1861 . . Summary Jurisdiction (Ireland) Act, 1861, 

14 & 16 V. c. 92. 

Sumner ] Sumner's United States Circuit Court Reports. 

Swabey Swabey 1866-1869 

Sw. & Tr. , Swabey & Tristram 1868-1866 

Swanst Swanston 1818-1819 

Sthc But that case. 

Stklc But that last, or latter, case. 

Sv But see, or See however, or But consider, or 

Compare. 

Svh But see hereon. 

Svth But see thereon. 

Svthc But see that, or as to that or this, case, or 

those cares. 
Svthlc But see the, or as to the, last or latter case. 



Taunt Taunton 1807-1819 

Tax Cases Cases on Customs and Inland Revenue 

Acts 1876,&lp. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &o. ccxv 

Abbbbtiatioms. ExPLABAnoHB. Pbriod. 

T. & M. Temple and Mews, Criminal Cases .... 1848-1851 

T. R Term Reports, same as Dnmford and East . 1785-1800 

Termes de la Ley • . . Termes de la Ley, — tlie edition used being 

that published in London and " printed bj 
Jo. Beale & Ric. Heame for the benefit 
of all that are studious in the Common 
Laws of this Realme, 1641"; "a book of 
great antiquity and accuracy " (per Bayley, 
J., 6 B. & C. 229). If the word is not 
found in the edition mentioned, then refer 
to that of 1721. 

Texas Texas Reports. 

Theobald Theobald on Wills, 5th ed. 

Times Rep Times Law Reports 1884, &i. p. 

Tomlins F.Jacob. 

Touch The Touch-Stone, commonly cited as Shep. 

Touch. 

Tudor Char. Trusto . . . Tudor on Charitable Trusto, drd ed. 

Tudor's L. C. M. L. . . . Tudor's Leading Cases on Mercantile Law, 

Srded. 

Tudor's L. C. R. P. . . . Tudor's Leading Cases in Real Property, 

4th ed. 

T. &R Turner and Russell 1822-1825 

Tyr Tyrwhitt 1880-1836 

Tyr. &Q Tyrwhitt and Granger 183&-1836 

Th Thereon. 

The ........ That case, or those cases. 

Tkle That last, or hitter, case. 



U. 

U. S United States Supreme Court Reports. 

U.S. Dig United States Digest 



Vaisey Vaicey on Settlements. 

Vaugh. Vaughan 1665-1674 

V. &P. Vendor and Purchaser. 

y. & P. Act, 1874 . . . . Vendor and Purchaser Act, 1874, 87 & 88 y. 

c. 78. 

yentr. yentris 1668-1684 

yem yemon 1681-1719 

Vem.&S yernon and Scriren 178^1788 

yes Vesey, junior 1754-1817 

yes. sen. , ^ Vesey, senior 1746-1755 

y.ftB. Vesey and Beames 1812-1814 

Vin. Ab Viner's Abridgment. 

V. See. 

Va See also. 



ccxvi TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &a 

Abbrkviationb. EzpLANATioirs. Period. 

Vf See further. 

Vh See hereon. 

Vih See thereon. 

Vihc See that, or aa to that or this, case or those 

cases. 

Vthlc See the, or as to the, last or latter case. 



W. 



Wallace, or Wall. . . . 

W. W 

W. W. C. Act, 1847 .. . 

Watson Eq 

Webster 

W.N 

W. R 

Wend 

Wheaton 

White & Tudor . . . . 

Wight. ........ 

Wilberforce 

Willes 

W. Bl 

Wms. Bank 

Wms. Exs. 

Wms. P. P 

Wms. R. P 

Wms. & Bruce 

Wms. Saund 

Wils. Ch 

Wils. Ex 

Wils. KB 

Wilson & Shaw .... 

Winch 

Wis 

W. & D 

Wood 

Wood 

Woodf 

Workmen's Comp Act, 1897 

„ 1000 



Wallace's United States Supreme Court 

Reports. 
Water Works, — chiefly in names of cases. 
Water Works Clauses Act, 1847, 10 & 11 V. 

c. 17. 
Watson's Practical Compendium of Equity, 

2nded. 

Webster, Patent Cases 1601-1855 

Weekly Notes 1866, &i. p. 

Weekly Reporter 1852, & i. p. 

Wendell's New York Reports. 

Wheaton's United States Supreme Court 

Reports. 
White & Tudor's Leading Cases in Equity, 

7th ed. 

Wightwick 1810-1811 

Wilberforce on Statute Law. 

Willes 1787-1758 

William Blackstone 1746-1780 

Williams on Bankruptcy, 7th ed. 

Williams on Executors and Administrators, 

9th ed. 
Williams on Personal Property. 
Williams on Real Property. 
Williams and Bruce's Admiralty Practice, 

2nd ed. 
Saunders' Reports, with notes by Williams, 

6th ed 1666-1672 

Wilson's Chancery Reports 1818-1819 

Wilson's Exchequer Reports 1805-1817 

Wilson's King's Bench Reports 1742-1774 

Wilson and Shaw's Scotch Appeals . . . 1825-1834 

Winch 1621-1626 

Wisconsin Reports. 

Wolferstan and Dew's Election Cases . . . 1856-1868 

Wood on Mercantile Agreements. 

Wood, Tithe Cases 1660-1798 

Woodfall on Landlord and Tenant, 16th ed. 
Workmen's Compensation Act, 1897, 60 & 

61 V, c. 87. 
Workmen's Compensation Act, 1900, 68 & 

64 V. c. 22. 



TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, &o. ccxvii 



Abbrkviatioms. Explaxatioks. 

Whe Which case, or ca^es. 

Wkcv Which case see. 

Wkevf Which case see further. 

Whl Which last or latter. 

Whle Which last or latter case. 

Whlcv Which last or latter case see. 

IVhv Which see. 

IVhpa Which see also. 

Whvf Which see farther. 

Whvh Which see hereon. 



Pbriod. 



Tate Lee Yate Lee, on Bankruptcy, 2nd ed. 

T. B Tear Books of Reports of Cases . . . 

Telr. TelTerton 

Tounge Tounge 

T. & C. Ch Tounge and Collier, Chancery Cases . 

T. & C. Ex. Tounge and Collier, Exchequer Cases . 

T & J. Tounge and Jervis 



1307-1587 
1602-1613 
1880-1882 
1841-1843 
1884-1842 
1826-1880 



INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER 



ON THE 



CONSTRUCTION OF DOCUMENTS. 



The documents whereby conclusions or directions are recorded 
are various in kind, and the rules for their interpretation must 
somewhat vary. 

But underlying the special rules for construing the different 
classes of documents, there are two fundamental rules. 

I. lEberg Bocument miwt 6e reafi in its true Itflijt 

Bearing that Rule in mind we get the full and proper meaning of 
the doctrine enunciated by Lord Wensleydale in Qrey v. Peanon^ 
that; — 

II. ''Sn construing fflHills, anti, intieeti, Statutes anti all 
9Rritten lEnstruments, tije grammatical antr ortiinarg 
sense of tlje toortrs is to lie atiijeretr to, unless tijat 
tooulti leati to absurliitg, or some repugnance or incon- 
sistencg toitli tije rest of tije instrument ; in toljirij case 
tije grammatical antr ortntnarg sense of tfie biortis mag 
6e moKifietJ so as to aboiti tfjat absurliitg, repugnancg, 
or inconsistencg, but no furtijer/' 

In repeating this latter canon in Ahhott v. Middleton^^ Lord 
Wensleydale said, — "This rule was in substance laid down by Mr. 
Justice Burton in WarhurUm v. Loveland? It had previously been 

1 26 L. J. Ch. 481 ; 6 H. L. Ca. 106. 

« 28 L. J. Ch. 114 ; 7 H. L. Ca. 114, 116. 

> 1 Hud. & Bro. 648. 



ccxx INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER ON THE 

described by Lord EUenborough in Doe v. Je%%ep^ as * a rule of 
common sense as strong as can be.' It had been stated (by Lord 
Cranworth when Chancellor) as * a Cardinal Rule/ from which, if 
we departed, we should launch into a sea of diflSiculties not easy 
to fathom;^ and as the tfolDm HuU when applied to Acts of 
Parliament, by Chief Justice Jervis, in Mattiaon v. Rart^ and by 
Mr. Justice Maule as ^ the most general of rules, a general rule of 
great utility,' in Qether v. Capper.^^ ^ 

But a little reflection will sliow that this Golden Rule cannot be 
properly applied until the document under discussion has been put 
in its true light. How otherwise can the " Ordinary Sense " of the 
words employed be rightly determined ? A word ordinarily employed 
in one sense in the time of Queen Elizabeth, may have quite another 
ordinary sense now. So that in construing statutes regard must 
be had to the time of their enactment,^ and old deeds and other 
instruments must be construed as they would have been at their 
date.^ So of a Will, the circumstances which the testator would, 
or ought to, consider when making it, must be borne in mind.^^ So 
in construing a Mercantile Documeut before you can begin to read 
it in its ordinary sense, you have to know somewhat of the trade to 
which it relates, and it is often required to know the sense in which 
the phrases employed are used in that trade. That is to say, you 
must put the document in its true mercantile light. So again a 
word sometimes has a legal meaning, different from its popular 
meaning ; and then the circumstances at the inception of the docu- 
ment have to be attended to in order that it may be seen whether 
the word in question is a phrase of art, and so to receive its ordinary 
legal meaning, or whether it has been used as the language of com- 
mon life, and, therefore, to receive its ordinary popular meaning. 
In such a case either meaning would be the ordinary meaning ; and 
what would have, in the first instance, to be determined would 
be, — which ordinary meaning ought to be adopted? That could 

« 12 East, 203. 

• Gundry v. Pinniger, 1 D. G. M. & G. 602 ; 21 L. J. Ch. 405. 
« 23 L. J. C. P. 108; 14 C. B. 386. 

» 24 L. J. C. P. 71 ; 15 C. B. 706 : Va, Rhodes v. Bhodes, 51 L. J. P. C. 63; 7 App. 
Cal. 92 : and per Halsbury, C. Leader v. Duffy, 58 L. J. P. C. 16; 13 App. Ca. 301. 

8 Vih, Ward v. Folkestone W. W, Co, 24 Q. B. D. 384. Historical works may be 
used to elucidate ancient statutes ( Bead ▼. Lincoln, Bp., 1892, A. C. 644 ; 62 L. J. P. G. 1). 

9 Sutherland v. Heathcote, 1892, 1 Gh. 475; 61 L. J. Ch. 248. 

M Per Ld Blackburn, Bowen t. Lewis, 54 L. J. Q. B. 67; 9 App. Ga. 913. 



CONSTRUCTION OF DOCUMENTS. ccxxi 

only be done by, first of all, putting the document in its true light, 
— by considering the circumstances out of which the document 
arose. 

Written documents cannot dispense with extrinsic illumina- 
tion. Indeed many documents need the aid of parol evidence.^^ 
And though the general rule of law prevents the admissibility of 
extrinsic evidence to vary a written document; yet it is con- 
ceived that that rule (to which there are many exceptions) only 
shuts out evidence of extrinsic facts directly and specially relating 
to the document in question, and never prohibits the consideration 
of the circumstances that are general to the class of documents of 
which that in question is one or out of which the document itself 
sprang. In other words, there is no rule of law which prevents 
any document being read, as it ought to be read, in its true light. 
" The law is not so unreasonable as to deny to the reader of any 
instrument the same light which the writer enjoyed." ^ 

The law indeed interposes to determine what extrinsic circum- 
stances may be employed by the light of which particular classes of 
documents may be read. Hereon the reader is referred to the works 
which will be found enumerated at the close of this chapter. 

It is, however, safe to say that it is better (where possible) to 
gather the circumstances out of which the document under consider- 
ation arose from the document itself. This can mostly be done by 
considering its recitals and^general structure ; whilst the meaning 
of individual phrases is sometimes shown by the document itself 
furnishing a dictionary,^' and more frequently, even if not generally, 
such meaning is shown by the context, on the principle that words, 
like men, are known by the company they keep (Nbacitur a aociis)^ — 
in truth '' every possible expression a man can use may be explained 
away by the context." ^* 

It may possibly be objected that the first canon here proposed 

u V. Obs of Jeisel, M. R., Shardhw ▼. CotteriU, 51 L. J. Ch. 866; 20 Ch. D. S8. 

u Wigram on Extrinsic Eridence, 4 ed., 86, Example 6 to Proposition 6, cited by 
Lindley. L. J., Dathwoodv. Magniac, 1891, 3 Ch. 865; 60 L. J. Ch. 817: "I must, to 
construe this Will, sit down in the testatrix's chair and know all she knew "; per 
Kekewich, J., Re Plant, 48 S. J. 63: " Some extrinsic evidence is necessary for the 
explanation of erery Will"; per Coleridge, J., Doe v. Bottom, 4 A. & E. 82: Vf, 
Leigh V. Leigh, 15 Ves. laS, 104 : Re Hodgson, 1898, 2 Ch. 545 ; 67 L. J. Ch. 591 : Plant 
T. Bourne, cited Mt, at end. 

w Per Ld Cairns, Hill ▼. Cro(^, cited Child, p. 303. 

" Per Wood, V. C, Holmes v. Prescott, 33 L. J. Ch. 271. 



ccxxii INTEODUCTOKY CHAPTER ON THE 

is only a part of that so firmly laid down by Lord Wensleydale. 
But though the two canons are intimately associated, yet the 
first is quite distinct from the second. The first is the intimate 
preface of the second. By applying the first a knowledge is 
obtained about a document; the second then guides to its true 
interpretation. As to this second canon of construction, those 
who say a document is not to be read literally must show some 
reason why.^^ Not so very long ago one used to hear something 
about the Equity of a Statute,^^ about Strict and Lenient Con- 
struction,^^ and about construing private documents on their Broad 
Principle. But though narrow technicalities are not now favoured 
by the Courts, yet it is perhaps not too much to say that the prin- 
ciple laid down in Orey v. Pearson is universally applied so as to 
hold all documents to mean what they say, — the question now 
being, What does the document say? If it speaks plainly, that 
plain meaning is to be followed; if it speaks ambiguously, or 
doubtfully, the meaning of what it says must be ascertained in a 
natural and grammatical manner, and by such aids as the law 
allows ; if it speaks so as to lead to absurdity, repugnancy, or incon- 
sistency, that absurd repugnant or inconsistent conclusion is rejected 
because it could not have been meant.^® In every case, therefore, 
what has to be sought is. What does the document say? — e.g., a 
case must be within the words of a statute ; it is not enough to say 
that it is within the mischief intended tp be prevented.^ And so of 
private documents. Thus, for example, in an assignment to cred- 
itors an ultimate trust for the debtor can only arise by express pro- 

w Per Jeaael, M.R., Sutton v. Sutton, 62 L. J. Ch.386; 22 Ch. D. 516: per Knight 
Bruce, V. C, Parker v. Marchant, 1 Y. & C. N. R. 800, adopted by Eelier, M. R., Anderson 
V. Anderson, 1895, 1 Q. B. 758 : 17i, Re TredweU, 1891. 2 Ch. 640 ; 60 L. J. Cli. 667. 

^ This is sometimes sought to be reTived under the new name of Legislation by 
Construction ; V. per Williams, J., Re English Scottish and Australian Bank, 62 L. J. Ch. 
828. 

17 "I cannot concur in the contention that because these Acts (the adulteration 
Acts) impose penalties, therefore their construction should necessarily be strict. 
I think that neither greater nor less strictness should be applied to those than to 
any other statutes " ; per Day, J., Newhy ▼. Sims, 68 L. J. M. C. 229 : " A liberal 
interpretation means no more than that the document should receive its true construc- 
tion according to its language, object, and intent " ; per Russell, C. J., Be Arton, 66 
L. J. M. C. 54 : Vf, per Halsbury, C, TennaM v. Smith, 1892, A. C. 154 ; 61 L. J. P. C. 
18: per Russell, C. J., A-G. v. Carlton Bank, cited Receipt, p. 1677 : London Co. Co, 
V. Aylesbury Dairy Co, cited Forecourt. 

M Per Parke, B., Miller v. Salomons, 21 L. J. Ex. 191 ; 7 Ex. 546. 

M Scott V. Leyg, 2 Ex. D. 89; 46 L. J. M. C. 267 : Vf, per Pollock, C. B., and Mar- 
tin, B., Nicholson v. Fields, 81 L. J. Ex. 288; 7 H. & N. 810. 



CONSTRUCTION OF DOCUMENTS. ccxxiii 

yision, and it is not enough to say that the debtor ought to have 
what surplus remains after his debts have been paid in full.® 

Sweeping general words often present a difficulty. Their wide 
terms induce the doubt as to whether they were employed in their 
absolutely literal sense, and whether so to construe them would not 
conduct to absurdity. In such cases it has been said, ^^ One of the 
safest guides to the construction of sweeping general words, which 
it is difficult to apply in their full literal sense, is to examine other 
words of like import in the same instrument, and to see what limi- 
tations must be imposed on them. If it is found that a number of 
such expressions have to be subjected to limitations or qualifica- 
tions, and that such limitations or qualifications are of the same 
nature, that forms a strong argument for subjecting the expression 
in dispute to a like limitation or qualification." ^ So, wide words 
may be controlled to a reasonable particularity and compass, by 
the recitals and other antecedent matter,^^ or by the main purpose 
of the document.^ 

But, probably, it is not possible to formulate any rule that would 
guide safely to the conclusion that the literal meaning of any given 
phrase is to be set aside on the ground of its leading to absurdity, 
repugnancy, or inconsistency ; and still less as to what should be 
the reading in lieu of that so set aside. Each case of that kind, 
unless covered by authority, would have to take care for itself, 
subject to this one general principle, which would probably be of 
universal acceptation, that the argument of convenience ought not 
to prevail except as a last resource.^ 

To say, as even eminent judges have said, that documents are to 
be construed by the light of Common Sense does not seem to render 
verbal problems more easy of solution. Common Sense, as here 
applied, is a term of the pumpkin order. It is round, smooth, and 
fair to view — but hollow. It was Common Sense which proved to 
the wise men of antiquity that there could be no antipodes ; for how 
could people walk with their heads downwards like flies from a 
ceiling ? * 

» Smith V. Cooke, 1891, A. C. 297; 60 L. J. Ch. 607. 
M Blackwood ▼. The Queen, 52 L. J. P. C. 14 ; 8 App. Ca. 94. 

« Arlington ▼. Merrtcke, 2 Wms. Saund. 411 : Esdaile ▼. La Nauxe, 1 Y. & C. 394; 
4 L. J. Ex. Eq. 46 : Danbif ▼. Coutts, 54 L. J. Ch. 577; 29 Ch. D. 500. 
2B Glifnn Y. Margelson, 62 L. J. Q. B. 466. 

M Per Jessel, M. R., Spencer v. Metrop Bd of Works, 52 L. J. Ch. 255 ; 22 Ch. D. 167. 
» ly, per Ld Macnaghten, Keighley v. Durant, 1901, A. C. 246; 70 L. J. K. B. 665. 



ccxxiv INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER ON THE 

It is, perhaps, more to the purpose to say that " Popular language 
should be expounded popularly."" But before that rule can be 
brought into operation it must be ascertained whetlier the words in 
question are popular ones or not. To this end the first canon here 
stated may, possibly, be useful. Thus, Acts of Parliament, as 
proceeding from a popular assembly, frequently ,^7 and Mercantile 
Contracts, as employing the language of the market, generally, will 
be interpreted in a popular sense and in accordance with the trade 
usage applicable to the particular contract ; ^ whilst Deeds, Wills 
professionally prepared, and such-like solemn and formal docu- 
ments, are usually couched in the language of conveyancers, and 
the " Ordinary Sense " of such language would be its technical 
meaning. 

But irrespective of the distinction between technical and popular 
meanings, a word may have different meanings, and then we get 
this Rule, — " Where we find a term which is used in more than 
one sense, which has a primary, secondary, and tertiary, meaning 
the rule of construction is this — The law has settled which of its 
several meanings is the primary one, and then you require a con- 
text to give it one of its other meanings." ^ To say that the law 
" has " settled the primary meaning of words is only true in a very 
limited measure indeed. The primary legal meaning of a word can 
never be absolutely predicated until the authorities on that word 
are duly considered ; and then not always. When, however, such 
primary meaning is known (and it is hoped that this Dictionary 
may to some degree help in that knowledge), then the rule as stated 
in Pigg v. Clarke guides to the " Ordinary Sense " of a word having 
more than one meaning. But when the primary legal meaning has 
not been settled by decision, then it is necessary to remember that 
the legal primary meaning would not, necessarily, be the primary 
etymological meaning, but would be collected from the ordinary 
import of the word as used in ordinary conversation.*^ 

In the uncertainty arising from the different meanings of words 



» Per Pollock, C. B., Aggn r. Nicholson, 26 L. J. Ex. 860; 1 H. & N. 166. 

" Stradling v. Morgan, Plowd. 205 a, cited by Halsburj, C, BeUCox v. Hakes, 60 
L. J. Q. B. 04; 16 App. Ca. 518, and bj Bowen, L. J., Re Standard Manufacturing Co, 
60 L. J. Ch. 800 ; 1891, 1 Ch. 646. 

« V. per Esher, M.R., on Charter-Parties, Nottebohm v. Richter, 56 L. J. Q. B. 34. 

» Per Jesiel, M.R., Pigg v. Clarke, 45 L. J. Ch. 860 ; 8 Ch. D. 674. 

» Be Terry, 19 Bea. 580: Elph. 48. 



CONSTRUCTION OF DOCUMENTS. ccxxv 

there is some help frequently to be derived from the rule that, — 
When it can be seen that a word is clearly used in a particular 
sense in one part of a document, that will, generally, be its mean- 
ing throughout the document.^i But even this rule is not of 
universal application ; for the same word may be used in different 
senses in different parts of the same document.^ 

One other general rule may be added, viz., — Such a construction 
of doubtful words and phrases should be adopted as will give a 
reasonable meaning to every word and phrase in the documeut. 

The time in relation to which a document is to be construed is 
the time when it comes into life. That is to say : — 

An Act of Parliament^ when it comes into operation (s. 36, 
Interp Act, 1889) : . 

A Contract, its date : 

A Deed, its delivery : ^ 

A Will " shall be construed, with reference to the Real Estate 
and Personal Estate comprised in it, to speak and take effect 
as if it had been executed immediately before the death of 
the testator, unless a contrary intention shall appear by the 
Will." 8* 

There remains to bear in mind, in concluding these remarks on 
the fundamental canons of construction, and also in the use of the 
Dictionary, that cases on construction help the Court in determin- 
ing the true meaning of words and phrases ; but they lay down no 
absolute rule which prevents the Court of Construction arriving at 

n Courtauld v. Legh, 38 L. J. £z. 49; L. R. 4 Ex. 130 : Fertnoy*8 Case, 5 H. L. Ca. 
745: Blackwood v. The Queen, ante: 2 Jarm. 842: Foster v. Wybrants, Ir. Rep. 
11 £q. 40. 

* Courtatdd ▼. Legh, snp : Carter v. BentaU, cited Issuk, p. 1011 : Doe d. Angell v. 
AngeU, 15 L. J. Q. B. 193; 9 Q. B. 328, cited Rent, p. 1712 : Gill ▼. Barrett, 29 Bea. 
872 : £L r. Alien, L. R. 1 C. C. R 371. 373, 374 ; 41 L. J. M. C. 99, 100 : per Bowen, L. J. 
Cooke T. New River Co, 57 L. J. Ch. 389; 38 Ch. D. 56 ; 58 L. T. 830 ; affd 14 App. Ca. 
69a 

«• Co. litt 85 b : Clayton's Case, 5 Rep. 1 : Touch. 72 : Elpb. 119. 

•* 8. 24, 1 V. c 26, on whv Contrart Intbwtiow. Probably, a Will, qua its legal 
operation is, generally, to be read according to the law existing at its date ; V. Jones ▼. 
Ogle, 8 Ch. 195 ; 42 L. J. Ch. 334 : Re March, 27 Cli. D. 166 ; 54 L. J. Ch. 148 : Sv, on 
the contrary, Haduck r. Pedley, L. R. 19 Eq. 271 ; 44 L. J. Ch. 143, followed in Con- 
stable T. Constable, 11 Ch. D. 681 ; 48 L. J. Ch. 621 : Vf, Lawrence v. Lawrence, 2G 
Ch. D. 795; 53 L. J. Ch. 982: Re Bridger, 1894, 1 Ch. 297 ; 68 L. J. Ch. 186. Vh, 87 
8. J. 42. 

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INTEODUCTOEY CHAPTEE ON THE 



its own conclusion in the absence of decision upon the same instru- 
ment, or on the same word or phrase.^ 

The Rules of Construction of the several classes of documents 
will be found fully treated and illustrated in the following 
works : — 



Sitte of l^arltament* 



Dwarris on Statutes. 

Maxwell on the Interpretation of Statutes. 

Wilberforce on Statute Law. 

Broom's Maxims, Ch. 1, sect. 2. 

Bacon's Maxims, Eeg. 10, 16, 19. 

Barrington on Statutes. 



ConcracC0« 



Addison on Contracts, Book I., Ch. 2. 

Chitty on Contracts, Ch. 5. 

Leake on Contracts, Part 1, Ch. 4, sects. 

2 and 3. 
Anson on Contracts, Part 4. 
Pollock on Contracts, 7th ed., Ch. 6. 
2 Smith's Leading Case8,i^o«v. Tranmarr. 
Broom's Maxims, Ch. 8. 
Lindley on Partnership, Book 3, Ch. 9. 
1 Maude & Pollock on Shipping, Ch. 6. 
Abbott on Shipping, p. 307 et seq. 
MacLachlan on Shipping. 
Scrutton on Charter-Parties and Bills of 

Lading. 
Carver on Carriage of Goods by Sea. 
Wood on Mercantile Agreements. 



£DeeO0* 



Elphinstone Norton and Clark on the 
Eules for the Interpretation of Deeds; 
with a Glossary. 

Piatt on Covenants. 

Piatt on Leases, Part 6. 

Hamilton on Covenants. 

Broom's Maxims, Ch. 8. 

Co. Litt. 36 a. 

Bacon's Maxims, Beg. 21. 

The Touch-Stone, Ch. 5. 



«6 Per Jessel, M.R., Athill v. AthiU, 50 L. J. Ch. 126 ; 16 Ch. D. 223, 224 



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ccxxvu 



Wiillg* 



Hawkins on the Construction of Wills. 
Jarman on Wills, passim^ but especially 

Ch. 51. 
Williams on Executors, Part 3, Book 3, 

Ch. 2. 
Theobald on Wills. 
Wigram on Extrinsic Evidence. 
Tudor's Leading Cases on Real Property. 
Tudor on Charitable Trusts, Ch. 5. 
Gilbert on Wills. 



9t0cellaneou0 Writings* 



Broom's Maxims, Ch. 8. 

Bacon's Maxims, Reg. 3, 4, 8, 10, 13, 16, 
19, 20, 23. 

Real's Cardinal Rules of Legal Interpre- 
tation. 



THE 



JUDICIAL DICTIONARY. 



A. — "A" is sometimes read as "the"; e,g. an act done "with a 
yiew ^ of giving a creditor a fraudulent preference (Bankry Act, 1869, 
8. 92; and now s. 48, Bankry Act, 1883), means with the view, — the real, 
effectual, substantial, dominant view of giving a preference {Ex p. Hill, 
Me Bird, 52 L. J. Ch. 903 ; 23 Ch. D. 695: Exp. Taylor, 18 Q. B. D. 
295: Vh. Be Mills, 58 L. T. 871; 4 Times Rep. 284: He Tweedale, 
1892, 2 Q. B. 216; 61 L. J. Q. B. 505; 66 L. T. 233: Hew's Trustee v. 
Hunting, and Sharp v. Jackson, cited View: Re Clay, 3 Manson, 31, 
Vthe, Re Eaton, 66 L. J. Q. B. 491 ; 1897, 2 Q. B. 16; SvthU^ Re Laurie, 
46 W. R. 491; 67 L. J. Q. B. 431). V. Motive. 

So " an Attorney acting geuerally in the action " may appear for a 
party in a County Court, s. 10, 15 & 16 V. c. 54, means the attorney 
(Bookham v. Fotter, 37 L. J. C. P. 276; L. R. 3 C. P. 490; 16 W. R. 
806 ; 18 L. T. 479) ; and a like interpretation was given to the like phrase 
in s. 72, Co. Co. Act, 1888 (R. v. Snagge, 1894, 2 Q. B. 440 ; 63 L. J. 
Q. B. 689; 70 L. T. 874; 42 W. R. 603). Cp. Ex p. Pratt, cited An. 

" A ** may sometimes be read as " some," e,g. in an Order under s. 28 
(5), 47 & 48 V. c. 70, directing a prosecution for " a " Corrupt Practice 
(R, V. Rileyy cited Cobrupt Practice). But more frequently " a " is 
the equivalent of " any " ; and therefore where by s. 52, Agricultural 
Holdings (England) Act, 1883 (46 & 47 V. c. 61 extended to distresses 
generally, s. 7, 51 & 52 V. c. 21), bailiffs for levying a distress on an 
agricultural holding are to be appointed in writing " by the judge of a 
County Court," that does not mean " of the County Court in the district 
of which the holding is," but means " of any County Court " ; so that a 
bailiff appointed by any County Court judge may levy an agricultural 
distress anywhere (Re Sanders, Ex p. Sergeant, 54 L. J. Q. B. 331). 
So, Recognizances on an appeal to Quarter Sessions, " before a Court of 
Summary Jurisdiction," s. 31 (3), 42 & 43 V. c. 49, may be before any 
such Court (R. v. Durham Jus., 1895, 1 Q. B. 801 ; 64 L. J. M. C. 189 ; 
72 L. T. 465; 43 W. R. 423; 59 J. P. 264). So, "Notice to appoint 
an Arbitrator," s. 5, Arb. Act, 1889, does not require that an Arbitrator 
be named in the Notice (per Esher, M. R., Re Eyre and Leicester, cited 
Appoint, at end). So, semble, " a Solr " producing a deed is thereby 

1 



ABANDON 



authorized to receive its consideration, s. 56, Con v. & L. P. Act, 1881, 
means anij Solr {King v. Smith, 1900, 2 Ch. 425 ; 69 L. J. Ch. 598 ; 82 
L. T. 815, commenting on Dai/ v. Woolwich Bg. Socy,^ 68 L. J. Ch. 280 ; 
40 Ch. D. 491; 60 L. T. 752; 37 W. R. 461). 

But " on, or in, or about a Eailway, Factory," &c, s. 7 (1), Work- 
men's Comp. Act, 1897, does not mean " any " Ry, &c, but means the 
Ry &c of the Employer of the Workman {Francis v. Turner, 1900, 1 Q. B. 
478; 69 L. J. Q. B. 182 ; 81 L. T. 770; 48 W. R. 228; 64 J. P. 53). 

It is difficult to read " a " as " all " : — the phrase ** a Lessee includes 
an Original or Derivative Under-lessee," s. 14 (3), Conv. & L. P. Act, 
1881, does not include all Under-lessees, e,g, it does not include an 
Under-lessee of part of the demised property {Burt v. Gray, 1891, 
2 Q. B. 98; 60 L. J. Q. B. 664; 65 L. T. 229 ; 39 W. R. 429). 

A grant of " a " Right of Sporting on land, gives only a concurrent 
right ; but " the " right would give it exclusively {Grafiam v. Ewart, 
25 L. J. Ex. 47 ; 26 lb. 97; nom. Eioart v. Graham, 29 lb. 88; 7 H. L. 
Ca. 331 ; Vthc Devonshire v. 0' Connor^ cited Freehold : Vf, Suther* 
land V. HeathcotCy cited Liberty op Working). V. Fishery: Exclu- 
sive Right: Hunting. 

So a clergyman may be "a" Minister of a Church, without being 
** the " minister. V, Minister. 

" A Share " ; V. Be Fickus, cited Share. 

A License to fish " with a Rod and Line," does not justify the use 
of more than one Rod and Line {Comhridge v. Harrison, 72 L. T. 692; 
64 L. J. M. C. 175 ; 59 J. P. 198). By a covenant not to erect any 
building " except a private dwelling-house," not merely the class of 
building is defined in the exception but only one of that class is permitted 
thereby (per Denman, J., Smith v. Standing, 32 S. J. 734). Vf, Kim^ 
her V. Admans, and Bogers v. Hosegood, cited House. 

So, the provision for issuing a Bankry Notice against a Debtor, " if a 
Creditor has obtained a Final Judgment against him, " s. 4 (1 g), Bankry 
Act, 1883, means one jdgmt, and two or more jdgmts cannot be included 
in any one Notice {Be Low, 1891, 1 Q. B. 147; 60 L. J. Q. B. 265 ; 63 
L.T. 694; 39 W. R. 181). 

The provision in s. 1, Exors Act, 1830, 11 G. 4 «&j 1 W. 4, c. 40, that an 
exor is to be deemed " a Trustee " for the Next-of-kin, quk an undisposed 
of residue of personalty, does not make him an " Express Trustee " {Be 
Lacy, 1899, 2 Ch. 149; 68 L. J. Ch. 488; 80 L. T. 706; 47 W. R. 664). 
Vh. s. 30, Sum. Jur. Act, 1879, as doubted and expounded by s. 8, Sum. 
Jur. Act, 1884 

r. An : Every : One : The. 

ABANDON. — "Abandon or expose " a child under two years of 
age, s. 27, 24 & 26 V. c. 100; — These words " include a wilful omission 
to take charge of the child on the part of a person legally bound to do so^ 



ABANDON 8 ABANDONMENT 

and any mode of dealing with it calculated to leave it exposed to risk 
without protection " (Steph. Cr. 196, citing R. v. White, L. R. 1 C. C. E. 
311; 40 L. J. M. C. 134: R. v. Falkingham, L. R. 1 C. C. R. 222; 39 
L. J. M. C. 47). Vf. Arch. Cr. 839, 840 : Eosc. Cr. 348. 

A creditor does not " abandon the excess " of his claim, s. 81, Co. Co. 
Act, 1888, by merely suing for part of his demand ( Vines v. Arnold^ 
8C. B. 632; 19 L. J. C. P. 98). 

Abandoned Lands ; V. Superfluous Land, at end. 

Abandon Salvage; V. Salvage. 

ABANDONMENT. — In a policy of Marine Insurance, Abandon- 
ment is of the essence of a claim for constructive total loss. 

"The word 'abandon' is one in ordinary and common use, and in its 
natural sense well understood; but there is not a word in the English 
language used in a more highly artificial and technical sense than the 
word 'abandon'; in reference to constructive total loss, it is defined to 
be a cession or transfer of the ship from the owner to the under- writer, 
and of all his property and interest in it, with all the claims that may 
arise from its ownership, and all the profits that may arise from it, in- 
cluding the freight then being earned " (per Martin, B., Rankin v. 
Fotfer, 42 L, J. C. P. 200; L. R. 6 H. L. 139 : Vh. Park, ch. 9). In 
a Notice of Abandonment it is not necessary to use the word" abandon " ; 
an equivalent expression suffices (Curriev, Bombay Insrce, L. R. 3 P. C. 
78, 79). Vf, 8 Encyc. 192-195. 

What is an Abandonment of a Wreck, so as to avoid liability respect- 
ing it; V. The Snark, 1899, P. 74 ; 68 L. J. P. D. & A. 22; 80 L. T. 
25; 47 W. R. 398, and cases there cited; affd. 1900, P. 105; 69 L. J. 
P. D. & A. 41; 82 L. T. 42; 48 W. R. 279. V. Owner, towards end. 

" The surrender of a Child to an adopted parent as an act of prudence 
or necessity under the pressure of present inability to maintain it, and 
if done in the interests of the Child, cannot be regarded as an Abandon- 
ment or Desertion, or even as unmindfulness of parental duty," within 
8. 3, Custody of Children Act, 1891, 54 V. c. 3 (per Fitz-Gibbon, L. J., 
Re O'Hara, 1900, 2 I. R. 244). 

An Abandonment of Possession, by a Sheriff in an Execution, or by a 
Bailiff in a Distress, is always one of fact, to be determined on the facts 
and circumstances of each case {Bagshawes v. Deacon, 1898, 2 Q. B. 
173; 67 L. J. Q. B. 658; 78 L. T. 776; 46 W. R. 618: whc reviewed, 
amongst other authorities, Swan v. Falmouth, 6 L. J. 0. S. K. B. 374; 
8 B. & G. 456 : Ackland v. Faynter, 8 Price, 95, and Eldridge v. Stacey, 
15 C. B. N. S. 468; 33 L. J. C. P. 31 ; 9 L. T. 291 ; 12 W. R. 51. Vf. 
Lumsden y. Burnett, 1898, 2 Q. B. 177; 67 L. J. Q. B. 661; 78 L. T. 
778; 46 W. R. 664: Bannister v. Hyde, and Jones v. Beimstein^ cited 
Possession). 

As to Waiver, or Abandonment, of a Ri3Ht, " it is necessary to under^ 



ABANDONMENT 4 ABATE 

stand precisely what is the qualification which has heen introduced by 
the case of Freeman v. Cooke (18 L. J. Ex. 114: 2 Ex. 654) into the 
doctrine of law as it was laid down by Ld. Denman in Pickard v. Sears 
(6 A. & E. 469-474), — * The rule of law is clear, that where one by his 
words or conduct wilfully causes another to believe the existence of a 
certain state of things, and induces him to act on that belief so as to 
alter his own previous position, the former is concluded from averring 
against the latter a different state of things as existing at the same 
time.* In Freeman v. Cooke^ Parke, B., in delivering the jdgmt of 
the Court of Exchequer, qualified that proposition by saying, — * In most 
cases the doctrine in Pickard v. Sears is not to be applied, unless the 
representation is such as to amount to the CoirrRACT, or License, of the 
party making it.' So that, I apprehend, where there is a Vested Right 
or Interest in any party, the principle of law, as now firmly established, 
is that he cannot waive or abandon that right except by acts which 
are equivalent to an Agreement or to a License " (per Chelmsford, C, 
Clarke v. RaH, 6 H. L. Ca. 655, 656 ; 27 L. J. Ch. 618, 619) . V. Palmer 
V. Moore, 1900, A. C. 293; 69 L. J. P. C. 64; 82 L. T. 166, in who, on 
that principle, it was held that there had been an Abandonment of a Share 
in a Lease. CJp. " Discontinuance of Possession," sub Discoxtixuaxce : 
Dispossession. 

To constitute Abandonment of a Trade-Mark an intention to abandon 
must be shown: mere evidence of non-user is insufficient {^Mouson v. 
Boehm, 53 L. J. Ch. 932; 26 Ch. D. 398). V. Commencement. 

Abandonment of an Undertaking, e.g, a Ry ; V, Re Hull, Bamsley, & 
W. Riding Ri/y 37 S. J. 477: Re Manchester , &c. Trams Co, 62 L. J. 
Ch. 752: Commencement. . 

Abandonment of a Way is not shown by mere non-user {Ward v. 
Ward, 7 Ex. 839; 21 L. J. Ex. 334: Cook v. Bath, L. R. 6 Eq. 177: 
James v. Stevenson, 1833, A. C. 162; 62 L. J. P. C. 51 ; 68 L. T. 539); 
so, of a Right to Light (Newson v. Pender, 27 Ch. D. 43: Smith v. 
Baxter, cited Interruption). 

Cp. Relinquish. 

ABATE. — *' * Abate ' is both an English and French word, and sig- 
nifieth, in his proper sense, to diminish or take away, as here (s.475, Litt.) 
by his entrie he diminisheth and taketh away the freehold in law descended 
to the heire : and so it is said, to abate an account, signifying subtraction 
or withdrawing, &c, and to abate the courage of a man. In another 
sense it signifieth to prostrate, beat downe, or overthrow, as to abate 
castles, houses, and the like, and to abate a writ; and hereof commeth a 
word of art, abatamentum, which is an entrie by interposition." " A 
Disseisin, is a wrongful putting out of him that is actually seised of a 
freehold. An Abatement is when a man died seised of an estate of in- 
heritance, and betweene the death and the entry of the heire, an estranger 



ABATE 6 ABLE 

doth interpose bimselfe and abate." (Co. Litt. 277 a; Vf. lb. 134 b). 
Vh. Cowel : 3 Bla. Com. 167. 

ABATEMENT.— V. Abate: Deductions. Vh. 1 Encyc. 15-20. 

ABDICATE. — "^Abdication,' is a disinheriting, or rather a vol- 
untary act of renouncing, disowning, &c. " (Termes de la Ley). 

ABDUCTION. — V. Steph. Cr. 191-194, stating 24 & 25 V. c. 100, 
as. 53, 54, as explained by the authorities there cited. Vf, Arch. Cr. 
854: Rose. Cr. 232-238: 1 Encyc. 21: Vf. Knowingly. 

Earl of ABERDEEN'S ACT. — The Entail Provisions Act, 1824, 

5 G. 4, c. 87. 

ABET. — V. Aid ob Abet. 

« Abettor "; V. Termes de la Ley: 1 Encyc. 23, 24 

ABEYANCE. — ***In abeiance'; That is, in expectation, of the 
French word bayer^ to expect. For when a parson dieth, wee say that 
the freehold is in abeyance, because a successor is in expectation to take 
it " (Co. Litt. 342 b). " So, it is a maxim in law, That of every land 
there is Fee Simple in some man, or else it lies in abeyance " (Cowel). 
Vf Termes de la Ley : 1 Encyc. 25. 

ABI DE. — '< Abide the Event '' ; V. Event : Kesult. 
Deposit " to abide the event " of a Wager ; V. Deposit : Coveb. 

ABILITY. — In the sense of being able to pay, as used in 9 G. 4, c. 14, 
8. 6; V. Lyde v. Barnard, 1 M. & W. 101 ; 5 L. J. Ex. 117; 1 Sm. L. C. 
195-197. Accordingly, a Certification of Shares is not a representation 
of the "Credit," or "Ability" of the intended Transferor, within the 
section {Bishop v. Balkis Co., cited Cebtification). 

Vf. Legal Disability. 

ABJURATION. — Is a voluntary Banishment, "a renouncing by 
oath, OP forswearing of the realm" (Cowel: Termes de la Ley): but, 
semble, it cannot be partial, it is " a deportation far ever into a forreine 
land" (Co. Litt. 133a): it is "a civil death," like to one pbofbssed in 
kelfgion (lb.). Vh. Newsome v. Bowyer^ 3 P. Wms. 38: 1 Encyc. 26. 

Cp. Kelegation : Tbanspobtation. 

ABLE. — A gift of residue to an infant "if he shall be ahle to dis- 
charge the executors " is good, because, by action in Ch. D. he is " able " 
to discharge the executors {Ledward v. Haasells^ 2^ L. J. Ch. 311 ; 2 K. 

6 J. 370). 

An acknowledgment to pay " when able " or " as soon as I can," throws 
the onus of proving the debtor's ability to pay on the creditor {Davies v. 
Smith, 4 Esp. 36 : Besford v. Saunders, 2 Bl. H. 116: Tanner v. Smart, 
6 B. & C. 603: Philips v. Philips, 3 Hare, 281, 299: Smith v. Thome^ 



ABLE 6 ABSCOND 

18 Q. B. 139; 21 L.J. Q. B. 199: Meyerlwffy. FroeJdkh, 4 C. P. D. 63; 
48 L. J. C. P. 43); and the Statute of Limitations, on such an acknow- 
ledgment, runs from the time when, in fact, the debtor is able, whether 
that state of things be known to the creditor or not ( Waters v. Thanety 
2 Q. B. 757: Hammond v. SmUh, 33 Bea. 452). 

" Able, Practical Surveyor, or Valuer "; V, Survkyor. 

" Chargeable " is not the equivalent of Poor Person " not able to 
work," in s. 26, 59 G. 3, c. 12 (Ke Morten, 5 Q. B. 691). 

ABODE "Abode," "Place of Abode"; F. Place: Va. Usual 

Place of Abode: Last. 

ABORTION.— Procuring Abortion, s. 58, 24 & 26 V. c. 100; Fh. 
Administer : Cause to be taken : Noxious : Poison. Vf, Arch. Cr. 
793: Rose. Cr. 239: 1 Encyc. 29, 30. 

ABORTIVE. — An "Abortive Trial " is when the case has gone off 
without a verdict, without the fault, contrivance, or management of the 
parties; but not when there has been a verdict, though that has been 
set aside {Croker v. Orpen, Jebb & B. 43). 

ABOUT.— F. Botime v. Seymour, 24 L. J. C. P. 202; 16 C. B. 
337: Alcock v. Leeuw, 1 Cab. & El. 98. Va. More or Less: Say: 
Thereabouts. 

Vf. In or about. 

In a Charter-Party, the phrase " now sailed, or about to sail^" im- 
ports, in its latter clause, that the ship is just ready to sail (per Esher, 
M. K, Bentsen v. Taylor, 1893, 2 Q. B. 274 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 15; 69 L. T. 
487; 42 W. R. 8). Vf. Now. 

" About to suspend payment " ; F. Suspend : Notice. 

ABOVE. — " At the above date "; V. Attest. 

ABROAD. — A Trustee resident in Normandy, though he has at- 
tended in England most of the meetings of trustees and is still willing 
to act, is " abroad," quk vacating his trust and a power to appoint new 
trustees {Re Stamford, 1896, 1 Ch. 288; 65 L. J. Ch. 134). In each 
case it is a question of fact; Vh. Re Moravian Socy,, 26 Bea. 101; 
6 W. R. 851 ; O'ReUly v. Alderson, 8 Hare, 101. 

" Resident abroad " ; Fl Reside, at end. 

ABSCOND. — An Absconding Debtor, is, semble, an Insolvent 
Debtor who " departs for distant countries before the necessary pro- 
ceedings can bo taken to make him a bankrupt " (Preamble to 33 & 34 
V. c. 76). That statute was repealed by the Bankry Act, 1883, by s. 4 
(1 cT) of which the phrase for ** absconding " seems to be, a Debtor who, 
with intent to defeat, or delay, his Crs, " departs out of England, or, being 
out of England, remains out of England." Vf. Absent ; Depart. 



ABSCOND 7 ABSENT 

Bankrupt " has absconded, or is about to abscond " (s. 7, Bankry Act, 
1890, amending s. 25, Bankry Act, 1883), are words ''without limita- 
tion as to time, and mean, has absconded before, or is about to abscond 
after, the Notice or Petition " (per Smith, L. J., E. v. Northallei'ton 
Co, Co, Judge, 68 L. J. Q. B. 26 ; 47 W. R. 68; affd. in H. L., 68 L. J. 
Q. B. 896; 1899, A. C. 439; 80 L. T. 814). 

Absconding Deft; V. Jopling v. Stuart^ 4 Ves. 619: Graver v. 
Temjjle, 9 Sim. 623; 8 L. J. Ch. 213: Hele v. Ogle, 2 Hare, 623: 
Hamilton v. Hamilton^ Ir. Bep. 6 Eq. 48. 

ABSENCE. — Judicial Separation obtained in the " Absence " of the 
respondent, s. 23, 20 & 21 V. c. 86, means, his or her non-appearance in 
the suit (PhiUips v. Phillips, L. E. 1 P. t& D. 169; 36 L. J. P. & M. 
70; 14 L. T. 604: 14 W. R. 902). 

ABSENT. — " Absent " does not connote that the person referred to 
was ever previously present; its ordinary sense is, to describe a person or 
persons as not being in a particular place at the time referred to {Ash' 
bury y. EllU, 1893, A. C. 339; 62 L. J. P. C. 107; 69 L. T. 169). 
Cp, Return. 

S. 4 (1<^ Bankry Act, 1883: — "The result of the cases is that a 
man's intentionally keeping away from any place, where he would in the 
ordinary course of things be, is absenting himself, though it is not an act 
of Bankry unless it be with intent to defeat or delay his creditors " (Yate 
Lee, citing Exp. Meyer, Re Stephany, 41 L. J. Bank. 33: L. R. 7 Ch. 
188) ; but the absenting need not be " from a particular place by physical 
bodily absence " (per Williams, J., Re Alderson, 1895, 1 Q. B. 183 ; 64 
L. J. Q. B. 190). Vf. Re Worsley, W. N. (1900), 269 : Yate Lee, 47-60 : 
Wms. Bank. 20: Robson, 137: Baldwin, 84. V. Depart. Cp. Abscond. 

To " absent himself " from his service within s. 3, 4 G. 4, c. 34 (re- 
pealed), meant absent himself without lawful excuse {Re Turner, 9 Q. B. 
80; 16 L. J. M. C. 140: Re Geswood, 23 L. J. M. C. 36; 2 E. & B. 
952), and knowing he had no such excuse {Rider y. Wood, 29 L. J. 
M. C. 1). Vf, Willett V. Boote, 30 L. J. M. C. 6; 6 H. & K. 26: Ash- 
more v. HoHon^ 29 L. J. M. C. 13. 

Generally, a Workman who refuses to avail himself of the convenient 
access to his work at the time and in the manner required by his Em- 
ployer, '' absents " himself from his work, and gives his employer a claim 
for damages for breach of contract {Press v. Bowes, 62 L. J. M. C. 145; 
affd. nom. Bowes v. Press, 1894, 1 Q. B. 202; 63 L. J. Q. B. 166; 70 
L. T. 116; 42 W. R. 340; 68 J. P. 280); so, if the workman is late at 
his work {Tomlinson v. Ashworth, 60 J. P. 166). 

A Disqualification of a Member of a Board who " absents " himself for 
a stated period, is not saved by his merely casually looking in at a 
meeting of the directors or other governing body and taking no part 



ABSENT 8 ABS. ASSIGNMENT 

therein; but if the Minutes record his presence at a meeting, and adds, 
he ** remained neutral," he could not have been " absent " {Riehardson 
V. Methley School Bd., 62 L. J. Ch. 943; 1893, 3 Ch. 510 ; 69 L. T. 308; 
42 W. R. 27). 

ABSOLUTE. — V. Absolute Assignment: Absolute Damage: 
Absolute Owner: Discretion: Disposal: Full and Absolute. 

ABSOLUTE AND INDEFEASIBLE. — As used in 88.2, 3, Pre- 
scription Act, 1832; V, per Lindlej, L. J., Wheaton v. Maple, cited 
Easement. 

ABSOLUTE ASSIGNMENT. — An "Absolute Assignment" 
which (after " Express Notice in writing ** to the debtor) entitles an 
assignee to sue in his own name for a chose in action under s. 25 (6), 
Jud. Act, 1873, need not, necessarily, be an assignment equivalent to a 
sale out-and-out; it may be only an Equitable Assignment, and of only 
a part of the debt or fund {Durham v. Robertson^ inl: Sv, Bence t. 
Sheai^an, 47 W. R. 360; 1898, 2 Ch. 582; 67 L. J. Ch. 513; 78 L. T. 
804: fFhlCy as to Notice, V, Payment: the Notice must, if it gives 
date, give it accurately, Stanley v. English Fibres^ Lim, 68 L. J. 
Q. B. 839). 

An assignment by way of mortgage is '' absolute " if in terms it is so; 
and though such an assignment is for the purpose of securing payment 
of a debt, yet it is not " by way of charge only," for a " Charge " is a 
mere appropriation of a particular fund to a particular debt (Burlinson 
V. Hally 53 L. J. Q. B. 222; 12 Q. B. D. 347). But the assignment 
must purport to be absolute ; it will not suffice if it purport to be by way 
of charge only (Durham v. Robertson, 1898, 1 Q. B. 765; 67 L. J. Q. B. 
484; 78 L. T. 438). It has been said, that if a mortgage assignment, 
absolute in its terms, contains a proviso for reconveyance, it is not " ab- 
solute ** within the section (Nat. Frov, Bank v. Harle^ 50 L. J. Q. B. 
437; 6 Q. B. D. 626). But can this latter distinction bo maintained ? 
Semble, not (Tancred v. Delagoa Bay By, 23 Q. B. D. 239; 58 L. J. 
Q. B. 459; 38 W. R. 15; 61 L. T. 229; 5 Times Rep. 587; and Vthle, 
per Smith, L. J., Mercantile Bank v. Evans, inf.). 

An Assignment to a Debt Collector by the Crs of a person of their 
respective debts against such person, in trust for collection and rateably 
distributing what may be collected, is ** Absolute," within the pro- 
vision, if it is so in terms (Comfort v. Betts, 1891, 1 Q. B. 737; 60 
L. J. Q.^B. 656; 64 L. T. 685; 39 W. R. 595); but, "I hereby assign 
the whole of my rights under Agreement A as security for (a sum stated), 
aud appoint you my attorney to exercise such rights either in my name 
or your own," is not an "Absolute Assignment " (Mercantile Bank of 
London v. Evansy 1899, 2 Q. B. 613 ; 68 L. J. Q. B. 921 ; 81 L. T. 376). 

An authority from A. to B., to pay C. so much periodically " until 



ABS. ASSIGNMENT 9 ABSLY. ENTITLED 

further order," is an " Absolute Assignment " (Kntll v. Prowse^ 33 W. R. 
163); but a cheque is not (Schroeder v. Central Bank^ 24 W. R. 710; 
34 L. T. 735 : V. Chabqe). 

ABSOLUTE DAMAGE. — As to the phrase, in a Marine Insur- 
ance, " Absolute Damage caused by the Perils insured against " ; F". 
Forwood V. North Wales Mut. Mar. Insrce^ 9 Q. B. D. 732 ; 49 L. J. 
Q. B. 243, 593. 

ABSOLUTE OWNER. — A Power to Trustees to sell or lease and 
manage " as if Absolute Owners '*; held, to enable them to sell the real 
and leasehold property in consideration in whole, or in part, of a Fee 
Farm Bent, or to grant Leases thereof for 999 years, or any less term, 
in consideration, in whole or in part, of Rent-Charges or Ground Rents 
{Re Jackson, 44 S. J. 573). 

Qui Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act, 1883, 46 & 47 V. c. 62, 
" * Absolute Owner,' means the owner or person capable of disposing, 
by Disposition or otherwise, of the Fee Simple, or Dominium Utile of 
the whole interest, of or in land, although the land, or his interest 
therein, is burdened, charged, or incumbered " (s. 42) ; a similar defini- 
tion was provided for England by s. 4, 38 & 39 Y. c. 92 (repealed). 

ABSOLUTELY. — "If any independent meaning can be given to 
'absolutely,' it must be 'unconditionally'" (per Rigby, L. J., Re 
Pickworth, cited Either). 

As to the value of this word (added to a Testamentary Gift) for the 
purpose of preventing a Precatory Trust, V. Re Sanson, 12 Times 
Rep. 142: Re Williams, 1897, 2 Ch. 12; 66 L. J. Ch. 485; 76 L. T. 
600; 45 W. R. 519: — or to prevent an execution of a Special Power, 
V. Re Sharland, 68 L. J. Ch. 747; 1899, 2 Ch. 536; 81 L. T. 384: 
Sv, to the contrary, Re MUner, 1899, 1 Ch. 563; 63 L. J. Ch. 255; 80 
L. T. 151; 47 W.^R. 369. 

As to whether " Absolutely," in a Use in a Deed, will operate in lieu 
of Words of Limitation, so as to give a Fee Simple, V, Lysaght v. 
M'Grath, 11 L. R. Ir. 142. 

ABSOLUTELY ENTITLED. — Trustees for sale, having now 
power to give a complete discharge for the purchase money, are parties 
or persons "absolutely entitled" within s. 69, Lands C. C. Act, 1845, 
and s. 23, 19 & 20 V, c. 23 {Re Gooch, 3 Ch. D. 742: Re Hohson, 
47 L. J. Ch. 310; 7 Ch. D. 708: Re Thomas, W. N. (82) 7; 30 W. R. 
244: but Re Hohson was doubted in Re Smith, 40 Ch. D. 386; 58 L. J. 
Ch. 108, yet followed in Re Morgan, 1900, 2 Ch. 474; 69 L. J. Ch. 
735; AS W. R. 670), even though the power of sale has not become 
exercisable {Re Evans, 14 Ch. D. 511: Re St. Luke^s, Middlesex^ 
W. N. (80) 58) ; and so (when acting jointly with a Tenant for Life) 
are Trustees who hold upon trust for sale on request of the Tenant for 



ABSLY. ENTITLED 10 ABSTRACTION 

Life {Re Ward, 54 L. J. Ch. 231; 28 Ch. D. 719). But a Tenant for 
Life, though unimpeachable for Waste, is not within the phrase {Re 
Eohhison, 1891, 3 Ch. 129; 60 L. J. Ch. 776; (j^ L. T. 244; 39 W. R. 
632). Vh. Exp. Haberdashers' Co, 31 S. J. 126; 55 L. T. 758: Re 
Curwen, W. N. (80) 83. 

A Tenant for Life is not a person " absolutely entitled " within s. 23, 
Trustee Act, 1850, 13 & 14 V. c. 60, except for the purpose of an appli- 
cation limited to the income only; nor is one of two or more trustees 
(Mackenzie v. Mackenzie, 21 L. J. Ch. 385 ; 5 D. G. & S. 338; 16 Jur. 
723). But persons duly appointed new trustees are so "absolutely 
entitled" (Re Russell, 20 L. J. Ch. 196; 1 Sim. N. S. 404: Re Baxter, 
2 Sm. & G. App. V. : Re Ellis, 24 Bea. 426 : Lewin, 813, 814). 

ABSOLUTELY SELL. — A conveyance, made by a Eailway Co 
selling Superfluous Land, provided that the purchase-money should 
not be payable until two years after the statutory period for such a sale: 
held, that whether the company did " absolutely sell and dispose of " the 
land, within s. 127, Lands C. C. Act, 1845, was too doubtful for the title 
to be forced on a subsequent purchaser (Re Thackioray and Young, 58 
L. J. Ch. 72; 40 Ch. D. 34; 59 L. T. 815, on consideration of judicial 
dicta m.Lond, & S. W. Ry v. Gomm, 51 L. J. Ch. 530; 20 Ch. D. 562: 
Vf, Ray V. Walker, 1892, 2 Q. B. 88; 61 L. J. Q. B. 718). 

ABSOLUTION.— V. Confession. 

ABSTRACT. — An "Abstract of Title," within the meaning of a 
Condition of Sale restrictive of requirements, means a perfect abstract, — 
t.6. perfect so far as the vendor ought to make it, and that condition will 
(in the absence of patent and substantial errors or omissions) be gen- 
erally fulfilled if the vendor honestly makes the abstract as perfect as 
he can, having regard to the materials within his control (Dart, 321). 
Copies of plans on abstracted deeds, — at any rate when the plans are 
of the essence of the description, — should be delivered with he Ab- 
stract to make it "perfect" (Dart, 345: V. 30 S. J. 796). Sv. Blackr 
hum V. Smith (18 L. J. Ex. 187 ; 2 Ex. 783), in which Parke, B., in 
delivering the judgment of the court said, — " We are not aware that a 
map or plan is ever deemed to be necessary as a part of an Abstract." 
Vf, Delivery. 

"Abstract," as used in s. 3 (6), Conv, & L. P. Act, 1881, is to be 
distinguished from " Abstract of Title " (Re Johnson, 54 L. J. Ch. 889; 
30 Ch. D. 42). 

ABSTRACTION. — " As to what constitutes an Abstraction," — of 
part of an Article of Food, within s. 9, Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1875, 
— "I feel considerable difficulty in realizing, if, — dealing with a com- 
modity of this kind (Milk) in the usual and ordinary way, and not 



ABSTRACTION 11 ACCEPTANCE 

omitting to observe anj reasonable or customary method of equalizing 
the distribution of the fatty particles of the milk, — it so happened that 
a portion of the milk sold in the evening contained a percentage less than 
that sold earlier, that that is an * Abstraction ' under the first or latter 
part of the section " (per Russell, C. J., Spiers & Pond v. Bennett^ 1896, 
2 Q. B. 65; 6o L. J. M. C. 144; 74 L. T. 697; 44 W. K 510 ; 60 J. P. 
437). V. Disclose : Skimmed Milk. 

ABUSE. — "I am not aware that the word 'abuse,' applied to a 
Woman, is ever used except with reference to sexual intercourse. Cer- 
tainly, in more than one Act of Parliament, the word * abuse ' has had 
that meaning applied to it, and, in my opinion, it always imports some 
offence of that nature " (per Pollock, C. B., Re Thompson, 6 H. & N. 
200; 30 L. J. M. C. 24; 3 L. T. 409; 9 W. K. 203), but, in the same 
case, Bramwell, B., differed, and said, '' To my mind, the word ' abused ' 
conveys no definite meaning; it is not a Word of Art; in popular lan- 
guage, it means, calling names — abusing by words ": from which latter 
view Chaunell, B., dissented, whilst Wilde, B., was " not prepared " to 
agree with Pollock, C. B. 

Words of mere abuse are not Slander. 

V, Gbueltt to Animals. 

ABUT. — Where two or more properties, with entrances from two or 
more streets, are occupied for one purpose, they are one entity, qu^ an 
Improvement Area, and " abut " on all the streets ( The Oxford v. Zon- 
don Co. Co., 1898, 2 Ch. 491; 67 L. J. Ch. 655; 79 L. T. 22). 

If a Conveyance of Land, either in terms or by a plan, describes the 
parcels as " abutting " on a Road or Street, an implied Right of Way is 
granted and the grantor is estopped from saying that the land on which 
the property abuts is not a Road or Street {Roberts v. Karr, 1 Taunt. 
495: Espley v. Wilkes^ L. R. 7 Ex. 298; 26 L. T. 918: Fuimess Ry v. 
Cumberland Bg. Socy, 52 L. T. 144 : Roe v. Siddons, 22 Q. B. D. 228; 
60 L. T. 345; 37 W. R. 228). 

V. Adjoin : Bounding : Fronting : Forming. 

&C. — V. Et Cetera. 

ACCELERATION.— F. Extinction. 

As to Acceleration of Estates, Benefits, and Powers ; F. Theobald, 693, 
694. 

ACCEPTANCE. — " * Acceptance,* is a taking in good part, and as 
it were an agreeing unto, some act done before, — which might have bin 
undone and avoyded (if such acceptance had not bin) by him or them that 
so accepted " (Termes de la Ley). 

For definition and requisites of, and liabilities on, " Acceptance " of a 
Bill of Exchange, F.ss. 2, 17, 18, 19^ and 54, Bills of Exchange Act, 



ACCEPTANCE 12 ACCEPTED 

1882; Vth. Meyer v. Decrotx, 1891, A. C. 520; 61 L. J. Q. B. 205, cited 
Favour : Edwards v. Walters, cited Mature : " Acceptance for Honour, 
supra protest," ss. 65, 66, 67, lb. : Local Acceptance. 

As to duty of Acceptor, V, Scholfield v. Lo7idesborough, 1896, A. C. 
614; 65 L. J. Q. B. 593; 75 L. T. 254; 45 W. R. 124. 

Acceptance made ; V. Made. 

F7^. Chalmers, 3, 8, 40 et seq. : Byles, 255-278. 

As to the difference between " Acceptance " and " Receipt " of Goods 
under the Statute of Frauds, repld s. 4, Sale of Goods Act, 1893; V. Blackb. 
30, citing Boulter v. Amott, 1 Cr. & M. 333 : Va. Taylor v. Smithy 61 
L. J. Q. B. 331; 67 L. T. 39; 40 W. R. 486. Vf,, as to " Acceptance," 
under s. 4 (1, 3), Sale of Goods Act, 1893, Howe v. Palmer, 3 B. & Aid. 
321: Hanson v. Armitage, 5 Ih. 557: Edan v. Dudfield, 1 Q. B. 302: 
Castle V. Sworder, 6 H. & N. 833 ; 29 L. J. Ex. 235; 30 lb. 310: Marvin 
V. Wallace, 25 L. J. Q. B. 369: Gardiner v. Grout, 29 L. T. 0. S. 110: 
HaH V. Bush, 27 L. J. Q. B. 271; E. B. & E. 494 : Nicholson v. Bower, 
28 L. J. Q. B. 97 : Holmes v. Hoskins, 9 Ex. 753 : Ourrie v. Anderson, 29 
L. J. Q. B. 87 : Ctisack v. Robinson, 30 L. J. Q. B. 261 ; 1 B. & S. 299 ; 
Smith V. Hudson, 34 L. J. Q. B. 145: Farrer v. Kirkby, 4 Times Rep. 
543: Abbott y. Wolsey, 1895, 2 Q. B. 97; 64 L. J. Q. B. 587; 72 L. T. 
581; 43 W. R. 513: Accepted: Delivery. 

As to what is an Acceptance of Goods, generally, V, Add. C. 517: 
Perkins v. Bell, 1893, 1 Q. B. 193; 62 L. J. Q. B. 91; 67 L. T. 792. 

Acceptance of Offer; V. Leake, 16-27: Subject to. 

Acceptance of Shares in a Co; V, B:tg Lead Mining Co. v. Montague, 
30 L. J. C. P. 380; 10 C. B. K. S. 481: Be London & Northern Bank, 
cited By Post. 

ACCEPTED. — Goods sold are " accepted " by the buyer, within 
s. 17, Stat, of Frauds, repld s. 4, Sale of Goods Act, 1893, when they, or 
a part of them, have been, actually or constructively, received by him 
under such circumstances as import a recognition of the contract, or, as it 
is now expressed by subs. 3 of the latter section, " there is an Acceptance 
of Goods when the buyer does any act in relation to the goods which 
recognizes a pre-existing contract of sale, — whether there be an accept- 
ance in performance of the contract or not " : Vf s. 35. Acceptance of 
goods sold in order to examine their quality, is none the less an acceptance 
within the section {Page v. Morgaii, 54 L.J. Q. B.434; 15 Q. B. D.228; 
33 W. li. 793 : Kibble v. Gough, 38 L. T. 204 : Svthlc, Taylor v. Smith, 
61 L. J. Q. B. 331; 67 L. T. 39; 40 W. R. 486). As to constructive 
acceptance, V. Add. C. 921 : Acceptance. 

Guarantee of all Bills of Ex. " accepted " by A., construed by Pollock, 
C. B., and Martin, B. (diss. Bramwell, B.), as referring to future Bills 
{Broom v. Batchelor, 25 L. J. Ex. 299 ; 1 H. & N. 255). V. Given. 

" Accepted Office " — e,g. of Town Councillor — has a colloquial, as 



ACCEPTED 13 ACCESSORY 

well as a technical meaBing ; and whether a person has " accepted " is a 
conclusion to be collected from all the circumstances (B. v. Slatter, 9 L. J. 
Q. B. 115; 11 A. & E. 607; 3 P. & D. 263). Cjp. Appointed. 

ACCEPTOR. — Of a Bill of Exchange ; V. Acceptance: Renun- 
ciation. 

ACCESS. — "In my judgment, the word 'Access' as used in s. 3, 
Prescription Act, 1832, 2 & 3 W. 4, c. 71 — ' access and use of Light ' 
— does not refer to the access through the orifice, through the aperture, 
through the window, but to the freedom of passage over the servient ten- 
ement, and I think some confusion has arisen from supposing that the 
access referred to there, is the access through the window of the dominant 
tenement. Undoubtedly the two are closely connected togethery because 
the right acquired under this section of the statute by the dominant 
tenement is governed and measured by the access to the dominant tene- 
ment, and therefore the aperture which lets the light into the dominant 
tenement defines in a manner familiar to us all the area which must be 
kept free over the servient tenement. The two things are closely con- 
nected together; the one is the measure of the other; but they are not 
the same thing" (per Fry, L. J., Scott v. Fapcy 55 L. J. Ch. 432; 31 
Ch. D. 554; 54 L. T. 399; 34 W. R. 465. Vf. Greenwood v. Homsey, 
55 L. J. Ch. 917; 33 Ch. D. 471; 55 L. T. 135; 35 W. R. 163: Cooper 
V. Straker, 58 L. J. Ch. 29; 40 Ch. D. 20). 

V. Actually Enjoyed. 

" Access " to Children, in a Deed of Separation, does not include Cus- 
tody (Evershed v. Evershed, 30 W. R. 732; 46 L. T. 690); nor does a 
covenant to give " Access " bind the covenantor to keep the children in a 
place where the covenantee can conveniently have access to them {Hunt 
V. Hunt, 28 Ch. D. 606; 54 L. J. Ch. 289). 

ACCESSORY. — " An Accessory Before the Fact is one who directly 
or indirectly counsels, procures, or commands any person to commit any 
felony or piracy whiclkis committed in consequence of such counselling, 
procuring, or commandment. Knowledge that a person intends to com- 
mit a crime, and conduct connected with and influenced by such knowl- 
edge, is not enough to make the person who possesses such knowledge, 
or so conducts himself, an accessory before the fact to any such crime, 
unless he does something to encourage its commission actively " (Steph. 
Cr. 32: Vf. B, Art. 40-44). Vf. Arch. Cr. 15-20: 24 & 25 V. c. 94. 

" Every one is an Accessory After the Fact to felony who, knowing a 
• felony to have been committed by another, receives, comforts, or assists 
him, in order to enable him to escape from punishment; or rescues him 
from an arrest for the felony; or having him in custody for the felony, 
intentionally and voluntarily suffers him to escape ; or opposes his appre- 
hension: — Provided that a married woman who receives, comforts^ or 



ACCESSORY 14 ACCIDENT 

relieves her husband knowing him to have committed a felony, does not 
thereby become an accessory after the fact " (Steph. Cr. 35). Vf. Arch. 
Cr. 1227 : Rose. Cr. 157-164 : Terraes de la Ley : Cowel : 1 Encyc. 58-60 : 
24 & 2h V. c. 94. 

F. Accomplice. 

"Accessory to or Conniving at" Adultery, s. 30, 20 & 21 V. c. ?>^\ 
F. Connivance. 

" Accessories " to Guns; held, not to include duplicates of their parts, 
which, accordingly, had to be paid for as " guns " (^Armstrong & Co v. 
Motchkiss Coj 13 Times Rep. 188). 

ACCIDENT. — "An effect is said to be accidental when the act by 
which it is caused is not done with the intention of causing it, and when 
its occurrence as a consequence of such act is not so probable that a person 
of ordinary prudence ought, under the circumstances in which it is done, 
to take reasonable precautions against it " (Steph. Cr. 143). 

" The idea of something fortuitous and unexpected is involved in both 
words, 'Peril ' or * Accident ' " (per Halsbury, C, Hamilton v. Pandorfy 
57 L. J. Q. B. 27; 12 App. Ca. 524; 57 L. T. 726; 36 W. R. 369). 
" Suppose a man were to go blind-fold along the street and to run against 
something, — Could any one say, he met with an Accident ? He would 
do an act that would be very likely to lead to a mischief. It is different 
with the person who might suffer by such act ; he might fairly say that 
he met with an Accident, — a Peril which is liable to every man who 
goes out in the road and meets with negligent people " (per Bramwell, B. 
Lloyd V. Gen. Iron Screw Collier Co, cited Perils of the Sea). 

" The word * Accident ' may be used in either of two ways. An Acci- 
dent may be spoken of (1) as occurring to a person, — or (2) as occurring 
to a train, or vehicle, or bridge. In the latter case, though several per- 
sons were injured who were in the train, or vehicle, or on the bridge, it 
would be an Accident to the train, or vehicle, or bridge. There might, 
however, be said to be several Accidents to the several persons injured " 
(per Bo wen, L. J., South Staffordshire Tramways Co v. Sickness & 
Accident Assrce, cited One Accident). 

Cp, Misfortune : Adventure, at end. 

An Exception in a Charter-Party against " Riots, Strikes, or any other 
Accident " does not include a snow-storm. " An accident is not an ordi- 
nary occurrence, but something which happens out of the ordinary course 
of things. A snow-storm, however, is one of the ordinary operations of 
nature, and may be described rather as an Incident than an Accident " (per 
Willes, J., Fenvnck v. Schmalz, 37 L. J. C. P. 80; L. R. 3 C. P. 313: 
Vf. 1 Maude & P. 357: Laurie v. Douglas, 15 M. & W. 746). 

"Accidents," or "Dangers," "Of the Sea," are synonymous with 
" Perils of the Sea." ( V. Dangers : Perils of the Sea.) Cp. Act of 
God. 



ACCIDENT 16 ACCIDENT 

"Accidents to Railways and to Mines or Piers," in an Exception to 
a Charter-Party ; held, to include accidents preventing the cargo from 
being brought to the place of shipment, as well as those preventing the 
shipment (Furness v. Forwood, 2 Com. Ca. 223; 13 Times Rep. 500). 
Cj). Detention by Ice. 

Delay through " Accidents to Railway " in such an Exception ; V. Re 
Richardson and Samuel^ cited Control. 

Death by drowning {Trew v. Ry Insrce, 30 L. J. Ex. 317; 6 H. & N. 
839), even if the insured were drowned in shallow water whilst in a state 
•of insensibility (Reynolds v. Accidental Insrce, 22 L. T. 820), is an 
** Accident " within a Policy against accidents. So of a Fright {Pugh 
V. L. B. & S. Ry, 1896, 2 Q. B. 248; 65 L. J. Q. B. 521; 74 L. T. 724), 
though injuries from fright may be too remote in an action for Negli- 
gence (Victorian Ry v. Coultas, 57 L. J. P. C. 69; 13 App. Ca. 222; 
68 L. T. 390; Sthc not followed in Dulieu v. White, 1901, 2 K. B. 
669: Vf. Sneesby v. Lancashire & Y. Ry, 45 L. J. Q. B. 1; 1 Q. B. D. 
42; 33 L. T. 372; 24 W. R. 99: Wilkinson v. Downton, 1897, 2 Q. B. 
67 ; 66 L. J. Q. B. 493; 76 L. T. 493; 45 W. R. 525). But Sun-stroke 
is not an Accident within a Policy (Sinclair v. Maritime Assrce^ 30 
L. J. Q. B. 77; 3 E. & E. 478). V, Secondary: Caused by: One 
accident. 

" Accident," s. 22, Factories Act, 7 V. c. 15 ; V. Lakeman v. Stephen- 
son, 37 L. J. M. C. 57; L. R. 3 Q. B. 192; 9 B. & S. 54. " Accident,'' 
8. 15, Peak Forest Canal Act, 34 G. 3, c. 26 ; V, Evans v. Manchester^ 
S. & L. Ry, 3 Times Rep. 691. 

There is no " Accident," — nothing "fortuitous and unexpected," — 
within 8. 1 (1), Workmen's Comp. Act, 1897, if injury or death ensues 
from the rupturing of a blood-vessel through internal weakness (Ilensey 
y. White, 1900, 1 Q. B. 481; 69 L. J. Q. B. 188; 81 L. T. 767; 48 W. R. 
257; 63 J. P. 804: but Cp, TimminsY. Leeds Forge Co, inf.), or from 
a strain caused by unusual exertion (Roper v. Greenwood, 83 L. T. 471), 
or from something poisonous getting into a hlistered hnger (Walker v, 
LiUeshall Co, 1900, 1 Q. B. 481; 69 L. J. Q. B. 192; 81 L. T. 769; 
48 W. R. 257 ; 64 J. P. 85) ; but if an unexpected occurrence itself causes 
damage, it is none the less an " Accident " because the resultant damage 
is increased by a bodily weakness (Lloyd v. Sugg, 1900, 1 Q. B. 481 ; 
69 L. J. Q. B. 190; 81 L. T. 768; 48 W. R. 257); and, semble, if work 
be rendered harder by something unforeseen supervening, e.g. a frost, 
and the workman, continuing his work, gets ruptured through the work 
being harder, that is an "Accident " (Timmins v. Leeds Forge Co, 83 
L. T. 120). 

As of general acceptation there can be no Accident " in the discharge 
of Duties " if the injury arises through disobedience of lawful orders 
( Vickery v. Q. E. Ry, 79 L. T. 121). Vf. " In the course of his employ- 
ment," sub Employment. 



ACCIDENT 16 ACCOMMODATION 

Stoppage of an Apprentice's Wages when a stand-still is caused through 
" Accident "; V. Tubn-Out. 

" Policy of Insurance against Accident," qu4 the Penny Duty by Stamp 
Act, 1891, "means, a Policy of Insrce for any payment agreed to be 
made ujpon the death of any person, only from Accident or Violence or 
otherwise than from a Natural Cause, or as compensation for Personal 
Injury ; and includes any Notice or Advertisement, in a newspaper or 
other publication, which purports to insure " such payment (s. 98). That 
definition does not include an Insrce to an Employer against his liability 
under the Employers' Liability Act, 1880, or the Workmen's Comp. Act, 
1897, because that liability itself lies at the very root of the matter, — it 
springs out of the workman's employment, and that employment is the 
Condition " upon " which the liability of the insurer depends; therefore, 
a Policy of such an Insrce must be stamped as a Deed, if under seal, or, 
if not, as an Agreement (Lancashire Insrce v. InL Rev., 1899, 1 Q. B. 
353; 68 L. J. Q. B. 143; 79 L. T. 731; 47 W. R. 396; 63 J. P. 21). 

On Accident Insurance, generally, V. 1 Encyc. 61. 

V. Inapvebtence : Inevitable: Fatal: Poison. 

ACCIDENTAL. — V. External in the case there cited (Hamlyn 
V. Crown Insrce) Esher, M. R., defined " Accidental " as an " unex- 
pected result," whilst Lopes, L. J., said, the word meant " something 
unforeseen and unexpected and casual." 

Omission, to file Contract, " Accidental or due to Inadvertence " ; 
V, Inadvertence. 

"Accidental Slip, or Omission," in Matters of Practice; V. Ready. 
Furcell, Ir. Rep. 9 Eq. 591: ffatton v. Harris, 29 L. R. Ir. 303. 

ACCIDENTALLY.— By s. 86, 14 G. 3, c. 78, a person in whose 
premises a fire " accidentally/ begins " is exonerated from liability to his 
neighbour for damage occasioned by such fire : — " Accidentally " there 
is not used in contradistinction to " wilfully," but means, " a fire pro- 
duced by mere chance, or incapable of being traced to any cause "; and 
does not mean a fire arising from negligence (Filliter v. Fhippard, 17 
L. J. Q. B. 89; 11 Q. B. 347: Vh. Add. T. 341, and cases there cited). 
As to the common law responsibility for damage caused by fires, see Add. 
T. 339, and obs, at commencement of Lord Lyndhurst's judgment in 
Canterbunj v. The Queen, 12 L. J. Eq. 281; 1 Phill. 318. 

" Carelessly, or Accidentally, " break a Street Lamp ; V, Carelessly. 

ACCLIMATIZE. — Machines are " acclimatized " when, after having 
been set up in the rough, they are worked for a little time to be smoothed 
and put into gear, so as to be made true and work smoothly (^Armitage v. 
Haigh, 9 Times Rep. 287). 

ACCOMMODATION. — " An < Accommodation Bill ' has been de- 
fined to be a Bill on which the Drawer has no right to sue the Acceptor " 



ACCOMMODATION 17 ACCORD 

(per Pollock, C. B., Kitif/ v. Fhillips, 13 L. J. Ex. 332; 12 M. & W. 705), 
because it is given by the Acceptor for the Drawer's accommodation. 

'' An Accommodation Party to a Bill is a person who has signed a 
Bill, as Drawer, Acceptor, or Indorser, without receiving Value therefor, 
and for the purpose of lending his name to some other person. 

" (2) An Accommodation Party is liable on the Bill to a Holder for 
Value, and it is immaterial whether, when such Holder took the bill, he 
knew such party to be an Accommodation Party or not " (s. 28, Bills of 
Ex. Act, 1882) : and so of an Accommodation Party to a Note (s. 89, lb.). 

*^ Works for the Accommodation of Lands adjoining the By, " s. 68, 
By. G. G. Act, 1845, do not, semble, comprise matters beneath the sur- 
face of the land, e.g. Drains (/?. v. Fisher, 32 L. J. M. C. 12; 3 B. & S. 
19J ; 7 L. T. 325). Observe, that the Accommodation is to be for the use 
of " lands adjoining the By," not for outside lands (Ehondda, &c. Ry v. 
Talhotj 1897, 2 Ch. 131; 66 L. J. Ch. 570; 76 L. T. 694); and it must 
be for the use of such adjoining lands in the condition and circumstances 
thereof when the By was made (R. v. Brown, 36 L. J. Q. B. 322 ; L. B. 
2 Q. B. 630; 16 L. T. 827 ; 15 W. B. 988: Rhondda Ry v. Talbot, sup.) : 
regard must be had to that rule in determining what Accommodation 
Works are "Insufficient," within s. 71, lb. (Rhondda Ry v. Talbot). 

V. WOEKS. 

V. Pkopeb Lodging. 

ACCOMPANY. — Things "accompanying," or "to accompany," 
each other, should, as nearly as possible, be simultaneous. Therefore, 
an Agreement, referring to, and confirming, a previous Deposit of Deeds, 
is not " accompanied with " the deposit, so as to be liable to Duty as a 
Mortgage, within Sch. tit. " Mortgage," 55 G. 3, c. 184 : s. 105, Stamp 
Act, 1870 : 8. 88, Stamp Act, 1891 (^Fyle v. Fartridye, 15 L. J. Ex.' 129; 
15 M. & W. 20). Cp. At. 

ACCOMPLICE. — V. Accessory. 

As to evidence of an Accomplice; V. Kuss. Cr.^Bk. 5, Ch. 5, s. 6: Kosc. 
Cr. 113-118: Arch. Cr. 360; 1 Encyc. 68. 

ACCOMPLISH. — "*One of these Bills of Lading being accom- 
plished, the others shall stand void ' ; — which I understand to mean, 
that if upon one of them the shipowner act^ in Good Faith he will have 
* accomplished ' his contract, will have fulfilled it and will not be liable 
or answerable upon any of the others " (per Ld Cairns, Glyn v. B. & W. 
India Dock Co, 7 App. Ca. 599; 62 L. J. Q. B. 146; 47 L. T. 301; 31 
W. E. 201). 

ACCORD. — An Accord, or an Accord and Satisfaction, "is an 
Agreement betweene two at the least to satisfie an ofEence that the one 
hath made to the other, when a man hath done a trespasse, or such like, 



ACCORD 18 ACCOUNT 

unto another for the which hee hath agreed with him to satisfie and con- 
tent him with some recompence, which, if it be executed and performed, 
then, because that this recompence is a full Satisfaction for the offence, 
it shall be a good barre in the law, if the other, after the Accord per- 
formed, should sue againe any action for the same trespasse " (Termes de 
la Ley), '' and, generally, in all actions, where Damages only are to be 
recovered, Arbitrament, or Accord with Satisfaction, is a good Plea " 
(Blake's Case, 6 Rep. 44). 

Vh. Add. C. 1232: Add. T. 46: Rose. N. P. 653: Leake, 755: 

1 Encyc. 69-71, Cp. Concord: Gree. 

ACCORDANCE. — V, In accobdance with, the form: In ac- 
cordance WITH THE JUDGMENT. 

ACCORDING. — Discharge of Cargo " according to the Custom " of 
the Port ; V. The Nifa, 1892, P. 411; 62 L. J. P. D. & A. 12: Vf. 
Customary. 

A conveyance by A. " according to his Estate and Interesty^ may be 
narrowed by the context to less than the whole of A.'s Estate and In- 
terest ( Williams v. Pinckney^ cited Estate). 
. "According to the Rate Book'*) V. Palmar v. Balrotheryy 1895, 

2 I. R. b%^. 

"According to their Respective Powers^*' s. 2, Ry & Canal TraflBc 
Act, 1854, does not refer to Powers restricted by any private agreements 
with individuals (Rishton v. Lane* & Y. Ry, 8 Ry. & Can. Traffic 
Ca. 74). 

" According to the Statute "; V, Frost v. Willium^, 7 A. & E. 773. 

" According to the /Stocks "; V, Per Stirpes. 
' " According to the Terms "; V, Terms. 

ACCORDINQLY. — Agreeably; conformably; or in that capacity 
{Lindley v. Girdler, 13 L. J. Q. B. 53). 

" Accordingly," s. 13, Ry. C. C- Act, 1845, means not only that the 
Ry, to be carried on an arch, shall be in the place described {Little v. 
NewpoH Ry, 12 C. B. 752,761 ; 22 L. J. C. P. 39), but also that it shall 
be according to the Plans and Sections {A.-G, v. Tewkesbury Ry, 32 
L. J. Ch. 482). 

ACCOUNT. — " By the Common Law an Action of Account for the 
rents and profits may be maintained by the Heir, after he has at- 
tained the age of 14 years, against the Guardian in Socage; so, at 
the Common Law, Account will lie against the Bailiff or Receiver, and 
(in favour of trade and commerce) by one Merchant against another " 
(Selwyn, K P., tit. "Account," quoted by Tindal, C. J., Cottam v. 
Partridge, cited Merchant). "The limited notion I attach to the 
Action of Account, is, that it lies only where there has been a privity 



ACCOUNT 19 ACCOUNT 

between the parties; not to the case of ordinary dealing between one 
tradesman and another " (per Tindal, C. J., lb,). 

" An Action for an Account is not a series of actions for damages for 
breach of contmct on which you get separate jdgmts. The Account is 
taken and you get j<lgrat for the balance " (per Lindley, M. R., Man- 
ners V. Pearson, 67 L. J. Ch. 306; 1898, 1 Ch. 681; 78 L. T. 432; 46 
W. R. 498). Vf, Merchant's Accounts. 

" Suits for such Accounts as concern the trade of merchandize between 
merchant and merchant/' s. 9, Mer. Law Amend. Act, 1856, means. 
Suits in Courts of Equity (per Stirling, J., Re Friend, 1897, 2 Ch. 421; 
66 L. J. Ch. 737; 78 L. T. 222; 46 W. R. 139, referring hereon to Knox 
V. Gye, 42 L. J. Ch. 234; L. R. 5 H. L. 656). 

* I hereby guarantee A.'8 account with you, to the amount of £100," 
** is an undertaking merely to be answerable for some existing account " 
(per Tindal, C. J., Allnutt v. Ashenden, 5 M. & G. 397; 12 L. J. C. P. 
124), although the existing account is considerably under £100: the 
guarantee was accordingly held void because based on a past considera- 
tion. At the end of the report in M. & G. the reporter adds this note, — 
** Had mercantile witnesses been examined at the trial, it is probable 
that they would have concurred in stating that the word * account ' in this 
guarantee would be understood, in the commercial world, as equivalent 
to the word 'dealings.' " Vf. Continuing Guarantee. 

" Wholly or in part matters of Mere Account, " s. 3, Com. L. Pro. 
Act, 1854; — The meaning of the power of ordering a Compulsory Arbi- 
tration under these words is, " that where the matter in dispute consists, 
either wholly or in part, of matters of Mere Account, the compulsory 
reference may be either of the whole, or of part only, of the matter in 
dispute, as the Court or Judge may think fit " (per Jervis, C. J., deliver- 
ing jdgmt of the Court in Browne v. Emerson, 25 L. J. C. P. 105, 106; 
17 C. B. 361). In Clow v. Harper (47 L. J. Ex. 393; 3 Ex. D. 198), 
Cockbum, C. J., said that " when the matter in dispute involves mere 
matter of account, then it is competent to the Court to send the whole 
matter for the decision of the arbitrator. But when it is only in part a 
matter of account, and quoad the rest a matter of fact or law, the latter 
part is not a proper subject of the Order, but the Order must be limited 
to the questions of account." Brett, L. J., concurred in that opinion; 
Bramwell, L. J., doubted. But the section cited is now replaced by 
s. 14 (c), Arb. Act, 1889, which omits the word "mere," and, under it, 
the Court can compulsorily refer an action when part of the dispute is 
substantially a matter of account {Hurlbatt v. Bamett, 1893, 1 Q. B. 
77; 62 L. J. Q. B. 1; 67 L. T. 818; 41 W. R. 33, displacing Weed 
v. Ward, cited Question). Vf, Ann, Pr. 

An action for Dilapidations, or for breach of covenant to Repair " is 
one of Mere Account " where only the quantum is in dispute (Cummins 
V. Birkett, 27 L. J. Ex. 216; 3 II. & N. 156: AngeU v. Felgate, 31 L. J. 



ACCOUNT 20 ACCRUE 

Ex. 41; 7 H. & N. 396); secus if the liability is disputed (Claw t. 
Hai*per, sup.). 

Vh,f as to reluctance to limit the Judge's discretion in making the Order, 
Sheard v. Learoyd^ 2 Times Rep. 632: Knight v. Coales^ 19 Q. B. D. 
296; 56 L. J. Q. B. 486; 35 W. R. 679: HurWaU v. Bamett, sup. 

" Accounts, &c, which circumstances may require "; F. Require. 

An Account Stated is, ''an agreement by both parties that all the 
articles are true " (per Mansfield, C. J., Trueman v. Hursty 1 T. R. 42). 
Vh, Rose. N. P. 619. 

V, Accounts: Books op Account : On the Account : Mekchant*s 
Accounts : Mutual Accounts : Debt, Claim ob Demand. 

ACCOUNTABLE.— V. Not liable. 

" Accountable Officer," quk Part 2, Customs and Inl. Rer. Act, 1885, 
48&49 V. c. 61; F. s. 12. 

" Accountable Receipt " ; V» Receipt. 

» 

ACCOUNTANT. — A person who carried on business as Agent to 
an Accountant, and was employed as accountant by other persons, was 
held to be properly described as "Accountant," for the purposes of 
the Bills of Sale Acts {Briggs v. Boss, 87 L. J. Q. B. 101; L. R. 3 Q. B. 
2Q%)\ but a clerk in the Accountant's Office of a Railway, who occasion- 
ally works for other people after office hours, is not properly described as 
" Accountant " (Larchin v. North Western Deposit Bank, 44 L. J. Ex. 
71; L. R. 10 Ex. 64). In the latter case, Mellor, J., said, " I think in 
Briggs v. Boss we went to the extreme limit." 

F. Government Accountant : Public Accountant. 

Stat. Def., Scot. 19 & 20 V. c. 79, s. 4 : — Accountant of the Court of 
Session, 43 & 44 V. c. 4, s. 3. 

ACCOUNTANT GENERAI Stat. Def., 33 & 34 V. c. 71, s. 3; 

53&54 V.c21, 8. 39.— Jr. 20&21 V.c. 79,8.2. 

ACCOU NTS. — As used in the power of reference given by s. 67, Jud. 
Act, 1873, " Accounts " is widely interpreted, so as to include questions 
requiring scientific investigation (Rowcliffe v. Leighy 3 Ch. D. 292: Fo. 
Boch V. Boor, 43 L. T. 425; 49 L. J. Q. B. 665). 

V. Account : Keep Accounts. 

ACCRETION.— r. Increase: 1 Encyc. 81. 

ACCRUE. — ''Rent accrues when it becomes due, and at no other 
time. If, however, there be no demise, and an action be brought merely 
for Use and Occupation, then the compensation due for such Actual Oc- 
cupation 'acorues,' like Interest, de die in diem" (per Patteson, J., 
Slack V. Sharpe^ 8 A. & E. 373). But when a tenant becomes bankrupt 



ACCRUE 21 ACCUMULATION 

during the currency of a quarter, or other period, the current rent is 
apportionable under the Apportionment Act, 1870, and the proportionate 
part up to the bankrj is " Bent accrued ducj prior to the date of adju- 
dication," for which the landlord, after the expiry of such quarter or 
other period, may distrain under s. 42 (1), Bankry Act, 1883 (Re BoweUj 
1895, 1 Q. B. 844; 64 L. J. Q. B. 454; 72 L. T. 472; 43 W. B. 447). 
Cp. Re Lueasy cited Due. 

A Title " accrues " when the instrument creating it, or the fact con- 
stituting it, first becomes operative ; therefore s. 5, M. W. P. Act, 1882, 
applies only to property of a married woman her original title to which 
accrued after the commencement of the Act, and it does not embrace 
property in Bemainder at the time of, but which comes into possession 
after, the commencement of the Act (Beid v. Reid, 55 L. J. Ch. 294; 
31 Ch. D. 402; 34 W. B. 332 : Vf. Re Parsons, cited Contingent: Re 
Beaupre, 21 L. B. Ir. 397). Cp, Acquibe. 

Covenants to settle property which may " accrue " ; V. Haare v. 
Hornby, 2 Y. & C. Ch. 121; 12 L. J. Ch. 151: Maclurean r. Lane, 
7 W. B. 136; 5 Jur. N. S. 56. In Hoare v, Hornby, Knight-Bruce, 
v. C, said, *' * Accrue ' must be intended as meaning that which might 
come by a fresh and new Title." Cp. Entitled. 

A cause of action for a Tort ** accrues " when it becomes effective, i.e. 
when the resulting damage manifests itself. V. Cause of Action. 

" Accruing Debt " ; V. Debt. 

'* Accruing Dividend," in a Public Co, is a dividend in process of 
being earned, but not yet declared; and a testamentary declaration that 
a bequeathed Share in a Co " shall carry the dividend accruing thereon " 
at the testator's death, passes to the legatee the dividend declared thereon 
after his death for the period then current ; and the legatee takes it with- 
out apportionment, because by those words it is "expressly stipu- 
lated " that there shall be no apportionment {Re Lysaght, 1898, 1 Ch. 
115; 67 L. J. Ch. ^5\ 77 L. T. 637). 

Commission, " on all moneys accruing from Engagements,^* is only 
payable on what is actually earned, and not on what ought to have been 
earned {Didcott v. Friesner^ 11 Times Bep. 187). 

" Bights accrued " ; F. Bights. 

" Accruing Share and Interest "; V. Greenwood v. Sutdiffe, 23 L. J. 
C. P. 98 ; 14 C. B. 226. Vf. Share. 

" Arising or Accruing "; V. Arising: by Cesser; V. Cesser. 

V. First Accrued : Cp. Arise. 

ACCUMULATION. — Bequest of a sum to be invested, ^'and all 
Bonuses and Accumulations thereof " ; V. Re Oram, 16 L. T. 376. 

" It cannot, perhaps, be considered as quite settled whether an Accumu- 
lation which arises, not by the direction of the settlor, but by operation 
of law, is within the Thkllusson Act," 39 & 40 G. 3, c. 98 (Watson, 



ACCUMULATION 22 ACCUSTOMED RENT 

Eq. 5, whv for consideration of cases thereon). The word " accumu- 
late " is not necessary ; a direction to " invest, " or the like, for a period 
prohibited is within the Act {Matthews y, Kebley 37 L. J. Ch. 8, 657; 
L. R. 4 Eq. 467; 3 Ch. 691 : Re Mason, 1891, 3 Ch. 467; 61 L. J. Ch. 25 : 
Sv, Re Fope, 45 S. J. 45; 70 L. J. Ch. 26). As to the exception from 
the Act, of a provision for Debts, F. Varlo v. Faden, cited Debts : — As 
to a similar exception of Portions, V, Portion: — qu^ Eepairs and 
Improvements, V. Vine v. Raleigh, 1891, 2 Ch. 13; 60 L. J. Ch. 675; 

63 L. T. 573: Re Mason, sup. 

Vf, hereon generally, Watson, Eq. 4, Tit. " Accumulations " : 1 Encyc. 
82: Accumulations Act, 1892, 56 & 56 V. c. 58, on whv Re Danson^ 
cited Land. 

The legislation hereon applies to a Charity, as well as to an indi- 
vidual ( WliaHon v. MastermaUj 1895, A. C. 186 ; 64 L. J. Ch. 369 ; 
72 L. T. 431 ; 43 W. R. 449). 

In the phrase " Accumulation, or Deposit, which is a Kuisance, 
or injurious to health," s. 107, P. H. (Ir.) Act, 1878, " Accumulation " 
and "Deposit" are used in their natural sense: — "'Accumulation' 
implies some gradual accretion, a heaping up of matter increasing from 
day to day; and 'Deposit' means something that is put down in some 
place and left there. Both these words involve the idea of a certain 
degree of permanency, and cannot be held to touch the case of loading 
and unloading manure from the Company's waggons at a Ry Station, for 
the purpose of its delivery to farmers who come to take it " {G. N. Ry 
V. Lurgan, 1897, 2 I. K 351). 

ACCUSATION "Accusation," s. 49, 24 & 25 V. c. 96, means 

allegation of misconduct ; but in s. 46 it is confined to an allegation 
charging crime as therein specified {R. v. Tomlinson^ 1895, 1 Q. B. 706; 

64 L. J. M. C. 97; 72 L. T. 155; 43 W. K. 544; 18 Cox C. C. 75). 
V. Accuse : Menace : Infamous Crime. 

ACCUSE. — To "accuse, or threaten to accuse" of a Crime, s. 47. 
24 & 25 V. c. 96, is not restricted to the narrow meaning of accuse by 
course of law, but means, to allege, or threaten to allege, before any 
third person (per Patteson, J., R, v. Robinson, 2 Moo. & R. 16), whether 
the prosecutor be really guilty of the crime or not, if the object be ex- 
tortion {R. V. Gardner, 1 C. & P. 479). Vf. R, v. Redman, L. R. 1 C. C. 
R. 12; 35 L. J. M. C. 89 ; 14 L. T. 303 ; 14 W. R. 56: Accusation. 

ACCUSED PERSON. — Stat. Del, 33 & 34 V. c. 52, s. 26. 

ACCUSTOMABLY.— V. Usually. 

ACCUSTOMED RENT. — "Old and Accustomed Rent"; F. 
Mount jot/ s Oase^ 5 Rep. 3 b. 

" Accustomed Rent " ; V, Doe d. Douglas v. Lock, 4 L. J. Q. B. 113 ; 
2 A. & E. 705 ; 4 N. & M. 807. 



ACCUSTOMED RENT 23 ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

" Ancient and Accustomed Rent " ; V. Doe d. Biddulph v. Hole^ 
20 L. J. Q. B. 57 ; 15 Q. B. 848. 

"Yearly Ferm or Rent . . . accustomablj yielden or paid," s. 2, 
32 H. 8, c. 28; 13 Eliz. c. 10; V. Doe d. Tennyson v. Yarborough, 

7 Moore C. P. 258; 1 Bing. 24. 

Vh. Sug. Pow. 793 : Farwell, 625. 
V, Ancient Rent. 

ACKNOWLEDGE. — "I acknowledge A. B. to be my heir-at- 
law " ; held to pass the testator's lands in fee (Parker v. Nickson, 
32 L. J. Ch. 397; 1 D. G. J. & S. 177). In giving judgment in that case 
Westbury, C, said, — " Nothing is better settled in our law than that 
the words * I make A. B. my heir,' or * I declare A. B. to be my heir,' 
or even the words * A. B. is my heir,' amount to a devise to A. B. in fee 
of all the inheritable lands of the testator " ; for as " Jerman, J., said 
(Taylerv. Web^ Styles, 301, 319), 'the word Heir implies two things: 
first, that he shall have the lands ; secondly, that he shall have them in 
fee simple.' " So of a nomination of an heir by such expressions as '' I 
appoint " or " I nominate *' (Spark v. Pumell^ Hob. 75). So where a 
testator constituted his dearly-beloved wife sole executrix and " Heiress 
of all his lands and real and personal estate/' to sell same at pleasure 
and to pay debts and legacies, she was held entitled to retain the surplus 
proceeds after payment of debts and legacies, and that there was no 
resulting trust in favour of the heir as regards such surplus (Rogers v. 
Rogers, 3 P. Wms. 193, stated 1 Jarm. 570). V. Sole Heir. 

F. Acknowledgment. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT. — An Acknowledgment, in writing, of a 
Debt, s. 1, 9 G. 4, c. 14, and s. 13, Mer. Law Amend. Act, 1856, so as to 
take such debt out of the Limitation Act, 1623, 21 Jac. 1, c. 16, must, 
— (1) admit that the debt is due, and (2) promise, or justify the infer- 
ence of a promise, of payment unconditionally, or (if conditionally) it 
must be shown that the condition has been accomplished : — For the cases 
laying down and illustrating this interp^ V. Rose. N. P. 676 et seq.: 
Add. C. 1259 et seq. : 45 S. J. 443-445. An Acknowledgment by one of 
several Exors suffices (Re Macdonald, 1897, 2 Ch. 181 ; 66 L. J. Ch. 
630 ; 76 L. T. 713; 45 W. R. 628, distinguishing Tullockv. Dunn^Hy. 
& Moo. 416, and Scholey v. Walton, 13 L. J. Ex. 122 ; 12 M. & W. 510 : 
Va. Asthury v. Astbury, inf.). Vf. Attended to: Only. 

An Acknowledgment of a Deed, or Specialty, by writing or part 
payment or part satisfaction, s. 5, Civil Procedure Act, 1833, 3 & 4 W. 4, 
c. 42, will suffice if it contains a clear admission of the Specialty Debt 
(Add. C. 1258 : Vf. Moodie v. Bannister, 28 L. J. Ch. 881 ; 4 Drew. 432 : 
Howcutt V. Bonser, 18 L. J. Ex. 262; 3 Ex. 499 : Forsyth v. Bristowe, 

8 Ex. 721 ; 22 L. J. Ex. 255). ^ 

Qu^ 8. 40, Real Property Limitation Act, 1833) 3 & 4 W. 4, c. 27, repld 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT 24 ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

8. 8, 37 & 38 V. c. 67 ; V. Chinneri/ v. Hvans, 11 H. L. Ca. 115; 4 N. R. 
620 : Toft V. Stephensouy 21 L. J. Ch. 129 ; 1 D. G. M. & G. 28 ; 7 Hare, 
1: St. John v. Boughton, 7 L. J. Ch. 208; 9 Sim. 219: Barrett v. 
Birmmgham, 4 Ir. Eq. 637 : Blair v. Nugent^ 3 J. & La T. 668 : Mil- 
lington v. Thompson^ 3 Ir. Ch. Rep. 236 : Hill v. StaweU, 2 Ir. L. R. 
302, on whlcVf Barrett v. Birmingham, sup., Morrogh v. Power, 6 Ir. 
L. R. 494, and Hannan v. Power, 8 lb. 606. Vf, Payment. 

Qu^ Rent (not reserved by a formal Lease, as to whv s. 3, 3 & 4 W. 4, 
c. 42), and Interest on money Charged upon land, or Interest on 
Legacy, s. 42, 3 & 4 W. 4, c. 27; V. Holland v. Clark, 1 Y. & C. Ch. 151 : 
Jortin V. S, E. By, 6 D. G. M. & 6. 291 : Holding v. Lane, 1 D. G. J. & 
S. 122 ; 32 L. J. Ch. 219: Astbury v. Astbury, 1898, 2 Ch. Ill; 67 L. J. 
Ch. 471; 46 W. R. 636; 78 L. T. 494: Be West, 3 L. R. Ir. 77: Gren- 
fell V. Girdlestone, 2 Y. & C. Ex. 662; 7 L. J. Ex. Eq. 42 : Be Fitz- 
maurice, 15 Ir. Ch. Rep. 445. Vf. Payable. 

Acknowledgment of Title, s. 14, Real Property Limitation Act, 1833; 
V. Curzon v. Edmonds, 6 M. & W. 295 : Dublin Socy v. Bichards, 1 Dr. 
& War. 258 : Dublin Corp v. Judge, 11 Ir. L. R. 8 : Spencer v. Beckett, 
4 Q. B. 601 : Fursdon v. Clogg, 10 M. & W. 672 : Jayne v. Hughes, 10 
Ex. 430; 24 L. J. Ex. 115: Ley v. Peter, 3 H. & K 101; 27 L. J. Ex. 
239 : Goode v. Job, 1 E. & E. 6 ; 28 L. J. Q. B. 1 : Phillipson v. Gihbo^i, 
6 Ch. 434; 40 L. J. Ch. 406; 24 L. T. 602 ; 19 W. R. 661. 

Qu^ Mtgee in Possession, s. 28, Real Property Limitation Act, 1833, 
repld s. 7, 37 & 38 V. c. 67 ; V. TnUoek v. Boby, 12 Sim. 402 : Stans- 
field V. Hobson, 3 D. G. M. & G. 620; 22 L. J. Ch. 657: Thompson 
V. Bowyer, 11 W. R. 975; 2 N. R. 504: Batchelor v. Middleton, 
6 Hare, 75. 

Note. The cases in tbe last four preceding pars may be referred to as 
regards each. 

V. Payment. 

Vh. Darby & Bosanqnet on Stat, of Limitations, 2nd Ed. 266 et seq. 

At p. 108, 1 Jarm., the following rules are deduced from the cases, 
there cited, as to what is an Acknowledgment by a testator of the signa- 
ture to his Will : — 

" (a) The signature to be acknowledged may be made by the testator, 
or by another for him. 

" (b) A testator, whether speechless or not, may acknowledge his sig- 
nature by gestures. 

" (c) There is no sufficient acknowledgment, unless the witnesses either 
saw, or might have seen, the signature, not even though the testator should 
expressly declare that the paper to be attested by them is his Will." 

Note: This proposition cited and approved by Jessel, M. R., Blake y. 
Blake, 51 L. J. P. D. & A. 36 ; 7 P. D. 102 ; which case upholds Dr. 
Lushington's ruling hereon in Hudson v. Parker, 1 Robert. 14; but 
overrules that of Sir Cresswell Cresswell in Gwillim v. Owillim, 3 Sw. & 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT 25 ACQUIRE 

Tr. 200, and of Ld. Penzance in Beckett v. Howe^ L. R. 2 P. & D. 1 ; 
39 L. J. P. & M. 1. 

" (d) When the witnesses either saw or might have seen the signature, 
an express acknowledgment of the signature itself is not necessary, a mere 
statement that the paper is his Will, or a direction to them to put their 
names under his, or even a request by the testator, or by some person in 
his presence, to sign the paper is sufficient." Vh. Daintree v. Fasulo, 
57 L. J. P. D. & A. 76; 13 P. D. 102; 58 L. T. 661. 

" (e) When the signature is seen or expressly acknowledged, it is not 
material that the witnesses are not told that the instrument is a Will, or 
are deceived into thinking that it is a deed. 

'' (f) It is sufficient, on a re-execution, merely to acknowledge the 
signature made on a former execution." 

ACOLYTE. — " The Acolyte is he who bears the lighted candle 
whilst the Gospel is in reading, or whilst the Priest consecrates the Host " 
(Phil. Ecc. Law, 89). 

ACQUIESCENCE. — This word does not mean simply an active 
intelligent consent, but will be implied if a person is content not to oppose 
irregular acts which he knows are being done (per Cairns, C, Evans v. 
Smallcombe, 37 L. J. Ch. 793; L. R. 3 H. L. 249), 

" If a person having a right, and seeing another person about to com- 
mit, or in the course of committing, an act infringing upon that right, 
stands by in such a manner as really to induce the person committing the 
act, and who might otherwise have abstained from it, to believe that he 
assents to its being committed, he cannot afterwards be heard to complain 
of the act* This, as Ld Gottenham said in Leeds v. Amherst (2 Phill. 
117; 16 L. J. Ch. 6 ; 10 Jur. 956), is the proper sense of the term 'Ac- 
quiescence,' and in that sense may be defined as quiescence under such 
circumstances as that assent may be reasonably inferred from it, and is 
no more than an instance of the law of estoppel by words or conduct " 
(per Thesiger, L. J., De Bussche v. Alt^ 8 Ch. D. 314 ; 47 L. J. Ch. 389 ; 
38 L. T. 370). But " * Acquiescence ' imports full knowledge " (per 
Tumpr, L. J., Life Assn. of Scotland v. Siddcd, 3 D. G. F. & J. 58, 74). 
Vf. Redgrave v. Hurd, 20 Ch. D. 1 ; 61 L. J. Ch. 113; 45 L. T. 485; 
30 W. R. 251: Buckl. 501-508. Vf Staitding by. 

It is not necessary to bring an action in order to show that a person 
has not " submitted to or acquiesced in " an intebruption of an Ease- 
ment within s. 4, Prescription Act, 1832, 2 & 3 W. 4, c. 71; "Acqui- 
escence " under that section is a question of fact (Bennison v. Cartwrighty 
33 L. J. Q. B. 137; 6 B. & S. 1: Qlover v. Coleman, L. B. 10 C. P. 
108; 44 L. J. C. P. 66). 
Vh. 1 Encyc. 90-96. 

ACQUIRE. — Moneys of a deserted wife, not reduced into posses- 
sion by her husband before desertion, and payable after desertion, are 



ACQUIRE 26 ACQUITTAL 

"acquired" by the wife after the desertion within a 21, 20 & 21 V. 
c. 85 (Nicholson v. Drury Building Co, 47 L. J. Ch. 192; 7 Ch. D. 48: 
Vf. Cooke V. Fvller^ 26 Bea. 99) ; but rents of the wife's leaseholds re- 
ceived after her desertion bj an agent appointed by her before the mar- 
riage, are not within the word (JKingsman v. Kingsman^ 50 L. J. Q. B. 
81; 6 Q. B. D. 122; 29 W. R. 207; 44 L. T. 124; 45 J. P. 357), 

Property which a wife, after a judicial separation, " may acquire^ or 
which may come to or devolve upon her," s. 25, 20 & 21 V. c. 85; V. Re 
Imole, 35 L. J. Ch. 177; 35 Bea. 92; L. R. 1 Eq. 470: Re Coward and 
Adamsy L. R. 20 Eq. 179; 44 L. J. Ch. 384; Waitev. Morland, 38 Ch. 
D. 135; 59 L. T. 185; 57 L. J. Ch. 655; 36 W. R. 484: ITUIy. Cooper, 
1893, 2 Q. B. 85; 62 L. J. Q. B. 423; 41 W. R. 600; 69 L. T. 216 : 
Re Hughes, 1898, 1 Ch. 529; 67 L. J. Ch. 279; 46 W. R. 502; 78 L. T. 
432. 

V. CoMK to: Conquest. Cp. Accrue: Devolve, 

Damages awarded to a Wife, in an action brought in the joint names 
of herself and husband, is Money or Property " acquired " by her, within 
s. 5 M. W. P. Act, 1882 (Beasley v. Roney, 1891, 1 Q. B. 509; 60 L. J. 
Q. B. 408; m L. T. 153; 39 W. R. 415; 55 J. P. mOT). 

After-acquired Property, Settlement of ; F. Entitled. 

" Acquire Qualification " ; F. Qualification. 

Saving of Right, &c, "acquired, accrued, or incurred," s. 215 
(2), London Bg. Act, 1894; F. R. v. Cluer, 67 L. J. Q. B. 36. 

A " Right acquired," which is saved by s. 27, Patents, &c. Act, 1888, 
" means some specific Right which, in one way or another, has been ac- 
quired by an individual, and which some persons have got and others 
have not got, — e,g, every one has a right to wear spectacles, but he 
does not 'acquire a Right' to wear them by the fact that he does wear 
them " (per Channell, J., Starey v. Graham, 1899, 1 Q. B. 411) ; there- 
fore, a man who, prior to the Act, had been accustomed to call himself a 
" Patent Agent" did not thereby "acquire" any Right to continue that 
title without registration under the Act (S, C, 1899, 1 Q. B. 406; 68 
L. J. Q. B. 257; 80 L. T. 185). 

" Right acquired," s. 104, 23 & 24 V. c, 154; V. Foley v. Gallagher, 
2 L. R. Ir. 389. 

The right of a Solicitor (who has neglected to renew his Certificate) to 
apply for a fresh one, is not a "Right acquired or accrued," within 
proviso (B), s. 23, 40 & 41 V. c. 25 (Re Chaffers, 15 Q. B. D. 467). 

ACQUISITION OF GAIN F. Gain. 

ACQUITTAL. — ** * To acquite him * : acquite is compounded of ad, 
and the old verbe quietare, and signifieth in law to discharge, or keepe in 
quiet, and to see that the tenant be safely kept from any entries, or other 
molestation for any manner of service issuing out of the land to any lord 
that is above the mesne. And hereof commeth Acquitall, and quietus 



ACQUITTAL 27 ACRE 

est, (that is) that he is discharged; and he that is discharged of a felony, 
&c, by judgment, is said to be acquitted of the felony, dcquietatus de 
felonid ; and if he be drawne in question againe, he may plead auterfoits 
acquite " (Co. Litt. 100 a). 

" The word * Acquittal ' is verbum equivocum, and may in ordinary 
language be used to express either the verdict of a jury, or the formal 
judgment of the Court, that the prisoner go thereof without day " (per 
Tindal, C. J., Burgess v. Boetefeur, 13 L. J. M. C. 126; 7 M. & G. 481: 
Vf. Cowel, Acquitall), Cp, Convicted. 

" Acquitted on the Indictment,^* in a Recognizance under s. 5, 16 & 
17 V. c. 30, means, acquitted on every Count, and if the deft is acquitted 
on some of the Counts but Convicted on one, he is not entitled to the 
Costs provided by the section {R. v. Batjard, 1892, 2 Q. B. 181 ; 67 L. T. 
313; 40 W. R. 525; m J. P. 650). 

ACQUITTANCE. — " * Acquittance ' is a discharge in writing of a 
summe of money, or other duty which ought to be payed or done " (Termes 
de la Ley), Vf. Cowel. 

A " Clearance " Certificate from one branch of a Friendly Society to 
another, is not an " Acquittance " within s. 23, 24 & 25 V. c. 98 {R. v. 
French, 39 L. J. M. C. 58; L. R. 1 C. C. R. 217). 

Acquittance or Receipt ; F. R, v. West, cited Receipt. 

ACQUITTED.— V. Acquittal. 

ACRE. — The statute De Mensurandis Terris, 34 Edw. 1, c. 1, defined 
an Acre as 10 perches in length and 16 in breadth, and so on, or, as ex- 
pressed in Termes de la Ley, " * Acre ' containeth in length 40 perches 
and in breadth 4 perches," but it adds^ there were " divers Customes of 
severall countries " varying this admeasurement. Vf, Co. Litt. 5 b. 

'' ^y the grant of an Acre of land, doth pass so much as is an acre 
by measure in that country, by the ordinary account and measure of 
the country" (Touch. 95). But in Wing v. Earle (Cro. Eliz. 267) 
Gawdy, J., said, " If one sells land and is obliged that it containeth 20 
acres, this shall be according to the Law and not according to the Cus- 
tome of the country." Semble, in cases of question it was for the jury 
to say which acre was meant ( Waddy v. Newton^ 8 Mod. 275). But 
5 G. 4, c. 74, s. 2, provided, " that the Acre of land shall contain 4840 
Square Yards, " — an enactment replaced and re-enacted by s. 12, Weights 
and Measures Act, 1878, and which, apart from a context, is of general 
application, whether " Acre " is used in a Contract, Will, or other In- 
strument {O'Donnell v. O'Donnell, 13 L. R. Ir. 226). 

Qui Landlord and Tenant Law Amendment Act, Ir. 1860, " * Acre/ 
shall mean, Statute Acre " (s. 1). 

Vf. Elph. 658: Portman v. Mill, 2 Russ. 570. 



ACROSS 28 ACT OF COD 

ACROSS. — V. S. E. Rij v. European^ &c. Telegraph Co, 9 Ex. 
363; 23 L. J. Ex. 113. 

Nets " stretched across " a River, s. 27, Fisheries (Ir.) Act, 1842, 6 & 
6 V. c. 106 ; V. Wilson v. Mot/ Fisheries Co, 19 L. R. Ir. 270. 

V. Through. 

ACROSS COUNTRY V. Evans y. Fratt, 11 L. J. C. P. 87; 

3 M. & Q. 759. 

ACT. — Continuing a thing in its former condition, is not an act done 
{WordswoHh v. Harley^ 1 B. & Ad. 391). Sv. Done. 

An Order to pay costs, is not an Order " to do an a^it," within R. 6, 
Ord. 41, R. S. C. {Re Deakin, 1900, 2 Q. B. 478; 69 L. J. Q. B. 797; 
83 L. T. 39). 

" Act, or Operation of Law "; F. Surrender. 

" Appear, act, or behave *' ; V. Keeper. 

"Act" which recognizes Contract; V, Recogntze. 

Appeal "against any act of any Justice," s. 27, Alehouse Act, 1828; 
V. comparison between " Act " and " Order," per Ld Herschell, 
Boulter v. Kent Jus*, cited Court op Suiimary Jurisdiction. 

" Act as a Broker " ; F. Broker. 

"Act as a Solr"; V. Re Simmons, 16 Q. B. D. 348: Solicitor: 
Practise. 

Will " act exclusively for " A.; F. Mutual Reserve Assn. v. New York 
Insrce, cited Whole. 

" Called on to act "; F. Called. 

F. By Whose : Purposes : Acts : Immoral. 

ACT JUSTLY.— F. Precatory Trust. 

ACT OF BANKRUPTCY. — F. Wms. Bank., 2 et seq: Baldwin, 
65 et seq: Yate Lee, 11 et seq: Bankruptcy. 

ACT OF GOD. — " Act of God " means not a mere misfortune, but 
something overwhelming (per Martin, B., Oakley y. Portsmouth Steam 
Packet Co, 25 L. J. Ex. 101; 11 Ex. 623), such as storms, lightning, 
and tempests, which could not happen by the intervention of man (For" 
ward V. Pittard, 1 T. R. 33), and loss from which could not have been 
prevented, or avoided, by any reasonable amount of foresight, pains, or 
care (Nugent v. Smith, 45 L. J. C. P. 697, 708; 1 C. P. D. 441, 444). 
Therefore, damage from an escape of water from a frost-burs ted pipe, 
the bursting being caused by negligently leaving the boiler filled with 
cold water in frosty weather, is not an Act of God (Siordet v. IfalL 
1 Moore & P. 561; 4 Bing. 607). 

" By the * Act of God,* is meant a natural, not merely an inevitable. 
Accident " (per Mansfield, C. J., Trent Nav, v. Wood, cited in Forward 



ACT OF COD 29 ACTED 

T. Fittardy 1 T. R. 28. In the report of Trent Nav. v. Woody in 4 Doug. 
290, Lord Mansfield's words are, " The * Act of God ' is natural neces- 
sity, as wind and storms, which arise from natural causes, and is distinct 
from inevitahle accident " ; but in 3 Esp. 131, the words are, " The * Act 
of God ' is a natural necessity and inevitably such, e.g. winds, storms, 
&c"). 

"In the older, simpler, days I have myself never had any doubt but 
that this phrase does not mean Act of Grod in the Biblical sense of the 
term, under which everything almost is said to be the Act of God; but 
that, in a mercantile sense, it means an extraordinary circumstance which 
could not be foreseen, and which could not be guarded against" (per 
Esher, M. R., Fandorfy. Hamilton^ 55 L. J. Q. B. 548; 17 Q. B. D. 
675).— Vf. Nichols V. Marsland, 46 L. J. Ex. 174; L. R. 10 Ex. 255; 
2 Ex. D. 1: Nitro-phosphate Co v. L, & S. Katharine's Dock Co^ 
9 Ch. D. 503; 1 Maude & P. 350: Benj. 551: Carver, 8-12: H. v. Ussex 
Commrs of Sewers, 14 Q. B. D. 561; 11 App. Ca. 449, 

By s. 727, New York Civil Code, an "Act of God" is defined as 
"irresistible super-human cause." 

Permanent Illness is an " Act of God," excusing the performance of a 
Contract for Personal Services (Boast v. Firth^ 38 L. J. C. P. 1; L. R. 
4 C. P. 1: Vf. Leake, 607); sectts, of a Contract to Marry {Hall v. 
Wright, 29 L. J. Q. B. 43; E. B. & E. 746, 765). 

If a Bailment, e.g. a horse, dies or falls sick, " sans ascune default 
ou negligence " of the bailee, it is an " Act of God " and excuses 
him ( Williafns v. Lloyd, Jo, W. 179). Sv. Beatson v. Schank, cited 

IXABILITY. 

Cp. Accident: Chance: Inevitable Accident. 

ACT OF PARLIAMENT. — K. Local Act of Parliament. 

"Act of Parliament," s. 2 (1), S. L. Act, 1882, is not confined to 
Private Acts but includes General Acts, e.g. the Accumulations Act^ 
1800 ( Vine v. RaUigh, 1896, 1 Ch. 37). 

" Co incorporated bj Act of Parliament " ; V. Company. 

" Instrument, not being an Act of Parliament " ; V. Deed op 
Settlement. 

Stat. Def. — 29 & 3a V. c. 108, s. 2; 41 & 42 V. c. 76, s. 2; 51 & 52 
V. c. 51, s. 4; Interp. Act, 1889, s. 39; 56 & 57 V. c. 38, s. 5; 59 & 
60 V. c. 48, s. 2b. — Scot. 21 & 28 V. c. 53, s. 2; 60 (& 61 V. c. 38, 
s. 145 (15). 

ACT OF STATE. — A Foreign Patent is an " Act of State," within 
8. 7, 14 & 15 V. c. 99 (Be Betts, 1 Moore, P. C. N. S. 49). 

ACT OR DEFAULT.— "Wrongful Act or Default"; T. Default. 

ACT OR PRACTISE. — r. Practise. 

ACTED. — V, Innocently acted. 



ACTING 80 ACTION 

ACTING. — "The person acting in the Administration," s. 32, 44 
V. c. 12, does not mean the person who has acted by taking Probate but, 
means the person who is really acting at the time when the question of 
further Duty arises, and, therefore, an Exor who has fully administered 
is not liable under the section {A.-G. v. Smith, 1893, 1 Q. B. 239; 62 L. J. 
Q. B. 288; 68 L. T. 6; 41 W. R. 245). 

Justices "acting unpkr the Summary Jurisdiction Acts," s. 13 (11), 
Interp. Act, 1889, means, Justices exercising summary jurisdiction 
(per Ld Davey, BotUter v. Kent Jus., cited Coukt of Summary 
Jurisdiction). 

Acting in the Ordinary Course of business; V, Mercantile Agent. 

ACTING TRUSTEE. — An "acting" Trustee is one who has 

taken upon himself to perform some of the trusts ; the phrase does not . 
include one who, in limine, has refused to act {^Sharp y. Sharp, 2 B. 
& Aid. 405, stated Lewin, 776: Vf. Lewin, 278. Cp. Continuing 
Trustee. 

A person who, pursuant to a Power, appoints a New Trustee but has 
not otherwise acted in the Trust, is an " Acting Trustee " {Re Cunningham 
andFrayling, 1891, 2 Ch. 567; 60 L. J. Ch. 591; 64 L. T. 558; 39 
W. R. 469). 

Cp. Barb Trustee. 

ACTION. — This is a generic term, and means a litigation in a civil 
court for the recovery of individual right or redress of individual wrong, 
inclusive, in its proper legal sense, of suits by the Crown (Bradlaugh v. 
Clarke, 52 L. J. Q. B. 505; 8 App. Ca. 354; 48 L. T. 681: Va. jdgmt 
of Brett, M. R., in A.-G. v. Bradlaugh, 54 L. J. Q. B. 214; 14 Q. B. D. 
667; 52 L. T. 589; 33 W. R. 673). ''Action, n'est auter chose que 
loyall demande de son droit" (Co. Litt. 285 a). Even before the Jud. 
Acts, " Action " included a Suit in Equity {Pennell v. Smith, 5 D. G. 
M. & G. 187). As used in s. 3, Limitation Act, 1623, it includes a Set- 
off {Remington v. Stevens, 2 Stra. 1271). Cp. Decree. 

For the purpose of the Jud. Acts, " Action " means " a Civil Proceed- 
ing commenced by Writ or in such other manner as may be prescribed by 
Rules of Court; and shall not include a Criminal Proceeding by the 
Crown " (s. 100, Jud. Act, 1873). An Originating Summons is within 
this definition {Re Fawsitt, Galland v. Burton, 54 L. J. Ch. 1131; 30 
Ch. D. 231; 34 W. R. 26, 158: Re Vardon, 55 L. J. Ch. 259; 31 Ch. 
D. 275; 53 L. T. 895; 34 W. R. 185); but as used in the Third-Party 
procedure, R. 48, Ord. 16, R. S. C, "action" does not include an 
Originating Summons {Re Wilson, 60 L. J. Ch. 101; 45 Ch. D. 266; 
63 L. T. 100; 39 W. R. 58): Vf, Writ of Summons. An Interpleader 
Issue is not such an Action {Hamlyn v. Betteley, 6 Q. B. D. 63; 60 
L. J. Q. B. 1; 29 W. R. 275; 43 L. T. 790), nor are Garnishee proceed- 
ings {Ma^on V. Wirral, 4 Q. B. D. 459), nor proceedings on a Petition 



ACTION 81 ACTON BURNEL 

(Re Wallis, 23 L. R. Ir. 7 : So. Suit) ; nor is a Company Summons an 
Action ( F. Trial); nor a Summons under s. 14 (2), Conv. & L. P. Act, 
1881 (Locky. Fearce, 1893, 2 Ch. 271; 62 L. J. Ch. 582; 68 L. T. 569; 
41 W. R. 369). 

A Counter- Claim is not an "Action," within s. 66, Co. Co. Act, 
1888, not even when (the original action being at an end) it happens to 
be the sole matter in issue; and, therefore, it cannot be remitted for trial 
under that section (Delobbel-Fltpo v. Varti/, 1893, 1 Q. B. 663; 62 L. J. 
Q. B. 398). 

Admiralty Causes are not included in " Actions," as that word is used 
in 8, 101, Co. Co. Act, 1888 (Tlie Tijnwald, 1895, P. 142; 64 L. J. 
P. D. & A. 1; 71 L. T. 731; 43 W. R. 509: The Theodora, 1897, P. 279; 
66 L. J. P. D. & A. 50; 76 L. T. 627). 

*' Action," in ss. 53, 54, Co. Co. Act, 1888, does not include a Motion 
by a Trustee in Bankry to recover property of the bankrupt (Re Lock, 
63 L. T. 320; 39 W. R. 15). 

** Action " is used in s. 1, Public Authorities Protection Act, 1893, 
in its wide generality (Uarrop v. Ossett, and Fielden v. Morley, cited 
Pursuance). 

F. Cause: Suit: Writ op Summons. 

An action in rem, apart from statutory definition, is not generally 
included in the word "Action," e.g. in a provision requiring notice 
before action (The Longford, 58 L, J. P. D. & A. 33; 14 P. D. 34). 

Action on the Case; V. Case. 

Action on Contract; V. Contract. 

" Action founded on Contract or Tort " ; V. Founded on : Contract : 
Tort. 

Extra costs for " conducting Actions or Suits " ; V, Conducting. 

Cp. Cause of Action. V. Maintain: Personal Action: Real 
Action: Popular Action. 

Other Stat. Def. — 15 & 16 V. c. 76, s. 227; 17 & 18 V. c. 125, s. 99; 
22 & 23 V. c. 63, s. 5; 23 & 24 V. c. 126, s. 39; 24 V. c. 11, s. 4; 30 & 
31 V. c. 127, s. 3; 39 & 40 V. c. 17, s. 2; 45 & 46 V. c. 31, s. 2, c. 61, 
s. 2 ; 51 & 52 V. c. 43, s. 186; 56 & 57 V. c. 71, s. 62. — Scot. 39 & 40 
V. c. 70, s. 3. — /r. 16 & 17 V. c. 113, s. 4; 40 & 41 V. c. 57, s. 3; 
(Action or Suit), 11 & 12 V. c. 28, s. 18. 

ACTIONS. — " Where one releases to another all * Actions,' not only 
JVctions depending, but also causes of actions are released" (Altham's 
Case, 8 Rep. 153 a, 153 b) ; " but within a submission of all actions to 
arbitrament, causes of action are not contained " (Co. Litt. 285 a). V. Suit. 

ACTIVE. — F. On Active Service. 

ACTON BURNEI The statute of Acton Bumel "is a stat 

made 13 Edw. 1, ordaining the Statute-Merchant; and was so called 



ACTON BURNEL 82 ACTUAL 

because it was made at Acton Burnel, a Castle in Shropshire^ anciently 
belonging to the family of Burnel " (Termes de la Ley). 

ACTS. — " The covenant (i.e. for Quiet Enjoyment) is that the lessee 
should hold the premises without any lawful eviction, interruption, &c, 
by or from the lessor, or by or through her * Acts, Means, Right, Title, 
Forfeiture, Privity or Procurement.' Now the word * Acts,' means some- 
thing done by the person against whose acts the covenant is made; and 
the word < Means' has a similar meaning, something proceeding from 
the person covenanting." (Per cur., Spencer y, Marriott, 1 B. & C. 459; 
2 D. & R. 665. Vf. Dennett v. Atherton, L. R. 7 Q. B. 316; 41 L. J. 
Q. B. 165; 20 W. R. 442: Stevenson v. Fowell, 1 Bulstr. 182: Dart, 
884: Sug. V. & P. 602: Elph. 487, 488: 2 Piatt, 310). 

But " * Means and Procurement ' have a large extent " (Palm. 340) : 
and where a husband procured a conveyance to himself, remainder to 
his wife, the wife was held as claiming by " means " of her husband^ 
" although she claims by title derived from another " (Butler v. Swin^ 
nerton, Palm. 339; 2 Rol. Rep. 286; Cro. Jac. 657). 

All ^^ Reasonable Acts," in a covenant for Further Assurance, means 
such as the law requires; but do not include an unnecessary act (per 
Wood, B., Warn v. Bickford, 9 Price 51. V. Pudsey v. Newsam^ Yel v. 44 : 
Dart, 887: Sug. V. & P. 613), or one that is impracticable (Elph. 493). 

ACTUAL. — The word "actual" does not, usually, advance the 
meaning. Speaking generally a thing is not more itself because it is 
spoken of as " actual," nor is an act more done or enjoined because it is 
said, or required, to be " actually " done. * Thus the phrase " Actual 
Seizure** in s. 1, Mer. Law Amend. Act, 1856, means no more than 
" Seizure " {Gladstone v. Padwick, 40 L. J. Ex. 154; L. R. 6 Ex. 203). 
V. Seizure. 

But where a word has a constructive legal meaning not completely 
corresponding to the fact it indicates, then the addition of " actual " will 
intensify that word, so that it will not be fully satisfied by such legal 
meaning (F. R, v. St, Nicholas^ Rochester^ cited Occupation). Thus 
where, as in s. 26, Rep. People Act, 1832, a freeholder, &c, must, in 
order to qualify for his vote, have been ** in the actual Possession " or 
receipt of the rents and profits of his tenement for six months before the 
last day of July, that means a possession in fact as distinguished from 
merely a possession in law; and therefore the owner of a Rent-charge is 
not in such possession or receipt until he has had " the manual receipt 
of the rent itself, or some part of it, or something in lieu of it " (per 
Tindal, C. J., Murraij v. Thomileij, 16 L. J. C. P. 155 ; 2 C. B. 217 ; 
the decision in which was followed in Hayden v. Tiverton, 16 L. J. C. P. 
88; 4 C. B. 1, and Webster v. Ashton-under-Lyne ; Orme*s Case, 42 L. J. 
C. P. 38; L. R. 8 C. P. 281. Va. Anelay v. Lewisy 17 C. B. 316, on the 



ACTUAL 33 ACTUAL ARRIVAL 

like phrase in s. 74, 6 & 7 V. c. 18). But where a conveyance of a Rent- 
charge is framed so as to operate under the Statute of Uses, 27 H. 8, c. 10, 
then for the purposes of the Rep. People Act, the Rent-charge is in 
" actual possession " of the grantee from the date of the conveyance, 
because a long course of authority and practice has established that the 
" possession " into which Uses are converted by that Statute is equiva- 
lent to " actual possession " (ffeelis v. Blain, 34 L. J. C. P. 88 ; 18 C. B. 
N. S. 90 : Webster v. Askton-under-Lj/ne ; Hadfield's Casey 42 L. J. C. P. 
146 ; L. R. 8 C. P. 306). 

But from the doubting way in which the Court (especially Bovill, 
C. J.) followed in Hadfield's Case, the authority of Heelis v. Blain^ it 
may be questioned whether a ruling similar to that in the two last-named 
cases would be adopted for the interpretation of any Act except the one 
then under consideration. F. Possession: Occupation. 

Where two or more are in possession, the '* Actual Possession " is that 
of the one who has the title (Litt. s. 701 : per Maule, J., Jones v. Chap^ 
man, 18 L. J. Ex. 460 ; 2 Ex. 821 : Ramsay v. Margrett^ 1894, 2 Q. B. 
18 ; 63 L. J. Q. B. 513 ; 70 L. T. 788). 

Actual or Physical Possession of Goods, e,g, for a Pledge, does not 
require that the goods be grasped by the hand ; the idea is satisfied if 
the goods are so placed that the possessor, or his agent, has the dominion 
and control over the goods so as to be able to prevent any one else from 
removing or interfering with them (per Halsbury, C, Charlesworth v. 
Mills, 1892, A. C. 231 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 830). 

Heirloom to the person for the time being " in the actual Enjoyment 
and Possession " of an estate ; V. Hogg v. Jones, 32 L. J. Ch. 361 ; 
32 Bea. 45. Vf. Actual Freehold. 

" Entitled to the Actual Possession " ; V. Re Varley, 62 L. J. Ch. 
652; 68L. T. 665. 

" Actual, forcible, and violent entry " ; V. Violent. 

ACTUAL ANNUAL INCOME. — A testator bequeathed all his 
real and personal estate to trustees Upon Trust for his wife with direc- 
tions to sell and convert the same into money, and declared that his real 
estate, directed to be sold, should, in Equity, be considered as converted 
into personalty as from the time of his decease, and that the '' Actual 
Annual Income " for the time being of his unconverted real and personal 
estate should be considered income for the purposes of his Will, and be 
applied accordingly; held, that the widow was entitled to the actual 
dividends becoming due after the testator's death in the case of all the 
securities, except such as in their nature bore interest de die in diem 
{Unwin v. Eykyn, W. N. (66) 268). 

ACTUAL ARRIVAI "Actual Arrival in Dock," s. 237, Mer. 

Shipping Act, 1854; F. Attwood v. Case, 45 L. J. M. C. 20; 1 Q. B.D. 
134. Vf. Arrive. 



ACTUAL BDLY. HARM 34 ACTUAL MIL. SER. 

ACTUAL BODILY HARM. — F. Inflict. 

ACTUAL CAPTURE.— V. Banda & Khncee Booty y cited Co- 
operation. 

ACTUAL COSTS AND EXPENSES When an Order, for an 

account on the wrongful taking of Minerals, directs allowance to be made 
for " Actual Costs and Expenses " or " Disbursements," profit or trade 
allowances will not be included {Re United Merthyr Co, L. R. 15 Eq. 46 : 
r. MaoS. 638). 

ACTUAL CUSTODY " Actual Custody " of Documents of Title 

to Goods, 8. 1 (2), Factors Act, 1889; V, Cahn v. Focketts Co, cited 
Consent. 

ACTUAL DELIVERY.— V. Delivered in execution. 

ACTUAL ENJOYMENT. — V. Actually enjoyed. 

ACTUAL ENTRY.— V. Actual: Violent. 

ACTUAL FAULT. — The protection given to an Owner of a Ship by 
88. 502, 503, Mer. Shipping Act, 1894, where the occurrences therein men- 
tioned happen " without his Actual Fault, or Privity," connotes his own 
Eault, &c, as distinguished from that of a Co-Owner| even though he be 
the Master {T?ie Obey, L. R. 1 A. & E. 102: The Spirit of the Ocean, 12 
L. T. 239: Wilsonr. Dickson, 2 B. & Aid. 2 : Vthlc on what is " Fault," 
and The Obey on " Privity "). 

ACTUAL FRAUD. — In Battison v. Bobson (1896, 2 Ch. 403; 65 
L. J. Ch. 695; nom. Re Hohaon, 44 W. R. 615), Stirling, J., had under 
consideration " Actual Fraud " as used in s. 14, Yorkshire Registries 
Act, 1884, and said, — "I understand that term to mean. Fraud in the 
ordinary, popular, acceptation of the terra, and not what has sometimes 
been called * Legal Fraud, 'or * Constructive ' Fraud, or 'Fraud in the 
eye of a Court of Law or Equity.* " But in view of Peek v. Derry (cited 
Legal Fraud), it is difficult to see the distinction between " Fraud " 
and " Legal, or Constructive Fraud." Vf. Fraud. 

ACTUAL FREEHOLD. — In limitations relating to Heirlooms, 
the person entitled to the " Actual Freehold " of an estate, is the person 
in possession, or in the receipt of the rents and profits (Scarsdalc v. 
Ciirzon, 29 L. J. Ch. 249; 1 J. & H. 40); so, if the phrase be " Actual 
Possession " (Re Angerstein, 1895, 2 Ch. 883; 65 L. J. Ch. 57 ; 73 L. T. 
500; 44 W. R. 152). But if the phrase be, entitled "In Possession," 
then the Heirlooms vest absolutely in the first Tenant in Tail at birth, 
whether he comes into possession or not {lb,). V, Actual. 

ACTUAL MILITARY SERVICE. — The privilege of making Nun- 
cupative Wills given to " any Soldier being in actual military service *' 
(Stat, of Frauds, s. 22; Wills Act, 1837, s. 11) is limited, by the words 



ACTUAL MIL. SER. 85 ACTUALLY ARRIVED 

italicised, " to those who are on an expedition: And consequently that 
the Will of a soldier made while he was quartered in barracks, either at 
home {Drummond v. Parish, 3 Curt. 622 ; 7 Jur. 538 : Vthc, Ee Hiscox^ 
inf.) or in the Colonies ( White v, Repton, 3 Curt. 818 : Sv, Ee Fhipps, 

2 Curt. 368: Ee Johnson, 2 Curt. 341 : Ee Pery, 2 L. T. 0. S. 335), is 
not privileged. The same was heltl of the Will of a soldier made at Ban- 
galore, whilst in command of the Mysore Division of the army there 
stationed, and who died whilst on a tour of inspection of the troops under 
his command (Ee Bill, 1 Rob. 276) '* : Wms. Exs. 104. So of a sergeant 
with his regiment at Malta, under orders for the West Indies (EeNorris, 

3 Notes of Ecc. Cases, 197: Va. Bowles v. Jackson, 1 Spinks, 294). 
But a soldier passing from one regiment to another, — both regiments 

being in active service against the enemy (Herbert v. Herbert, D. & Sw. 
10; 4 W. R. 182), — or joining a regiment with the view of marching 
against the enemy (Ee Thome, 34 L. J. P. M. & A. 131; 4 Sw. & Tr. 
36; 11 Jur. N. S. 569: Ee Hiscock, 17 Times Rep. 110 ; 1901, P. 78 ; 70 
L. J. P. D. & A. 22; 84 L. T. 61), is within the privilege. So is one 
who has received a mortal wound on the battle-field (Ee Farquhar, 

4 Notes of Ecc. Cases, 651 : Ee Churchill^ lb. 47 : Ee Prendergast, 

5 lb. 92). 

Vf. Testament, last par. 

Qui Army Act, 1881, Yeomanry and Volunteers, when " on Actual 
Military Service," are Soldiers (subss. 7, 8, s. 176) : Vh. Marks v. Froglei/y 
cited Soldier. Vf. Training. 

F. Military Service: On Active Service. 

ACTUAL OCCUPIER.— r. Occupier. 

ACTUAL POSSESSION.— V, Actual: Actual Freehold: 
Possession. 

ACTUAL SEIZIN. — V. Tuthill v. Eogers, IJ. & La T. 36 ; 6 Ir. 
Eq. Rep. 429, on whcv Ee Maxwell, cited In Charge. V, Seized. 
ACTUAL SEIZURE.— F. Actual: Seizure. 

ACTUAL TENANT IN TAII Quk Fines and Recoveries Act, 

1833, " 'Actual Tenant in Tail,' shall mean exclusively, the Tenant of 
an Estate Tail which shall not have been barred ; and such Tenant shall 
be deemed an Actual Tenant in Tail although the Estate Tail may have 
been divested or turned to a right " (s. 1). 

ACTUAL TOTAL LOSS F. Total Loss. 

ACTUAL VALUE. — r. Value, towards end. 

ACTUAL WEIGHT " Actual Weight gotten," s. 12 (1), 60 & 51 

V. c. 68; V. Brace v. Abercam Co, cited Mineral Gotten. 

ACTUALLY ARRIVED. — V. Actual Arrival. 



ACT'LY CHARGEABLE 36 ACT'LY RECEIVED 

ACTUALLY CHARQEABLE. — r. Chargeable. 
ACTUALLY DELIVERED V. Delivered in Execution. 

ACTUALLY ENJOYED. —The words " actually enjoyed," for 20 
years, in s. 3, Prescription Act, 1832, 2 & 3 W. 4, c. 71, are satisfied 
where a house exists with ordinary windows through which Light and 
Air have in fact passed, although there has been no occupation in the sense 
of personal occupation {Courtauld v. Legh^ 38 L. J. Ex. 45; L. E. 
4 Ex. 126: Collia v. Laugher, 1894, 3 Ch. 659; 63 L. J. Ch. 851). 
'' Enjoying the use cannot mean shall have continuoiisly used. If that 
had been the intention of the statute some such word as ' continuously ' 
would be found in this section. I take ' enjoyed ' to mean, < having had 
the amenity or advantage of using ' the access of light. That is nearly 
equivalent to 'having had the use,' the intention being that the owner 
of a house may acquire the right to have the access of light over adjoin- 
ing land to an opening which he has used in such manner as suited his 
convenience for the passage of light during 20 years" (per Kay, J., 
Cooper V. Straker, 58 L. J. Ch. 29; 40 Ch. D. 21 ; cited and applied by 
Stirling, J., Smith v. Baxter, cited Inteubuption). A similar rule 
applies as to what is an Actual Enjoyment of a Right of Way, &c, 
under s. 2 {Rollins v. Vemey, 53 L. J. Q. B. 430; 13 Q. B. D. 304: 
Smith V. Baxter, sup.). But the enjoyment must be " as of Right " ; 
and the right to a Right of Way under s. 2 may be defeated by evidence 
even of a parol license, if the enjoyment has been for 20 years ; but if it 
has been for 40 years then it will be absolute unless " enjoyed by some 
Consent or Agreement, expressly given or made for that purpose by 
Deed or Writing" (s. 2; vth Gardner v. Hodgson* s Co, 1900, 1 Ch. 
592; 69 L. J. Ch. 368; 82 L. T. 455; 48 W. R. 469; revd. on the 
inference from the facta, 1901, 2 Ch. 198). V, Access: Interruption. 

Note : — The Crown is not named in, and therefore is not bound by, 
s. 3 {Perry v. Eames, cited Easement). 

ACTUALLY OCCUPIED.— T. R. v. St. Nicholas, Rochester, 
cited Occupation : Va, Actual. 

ACTUALLY PAID. — As to the meaning of the phrase "Rent 
actually paid," in an Act authorising rating assessments; V, Bristol 
W, W. Co, V. Uren, 54 L. J. M. C. 97; 15 Q. B. D. 637. 

" Valuable Consideration actually paid " ; K. Valuable. 

ACTUALLY PENDING V. Pending. 

ACTUALLY PRODUCINQ INCOME V. Re Huhhuck, U^^, 

1 Ch. 754; 65 L. J. Ch. 271. 

ACTUALLY RECEIVED. — Gift over on death "without having 
actually received" legacy; V. Martin v. Martin, L. R. 2 Eq. 404; 35 



ACTLY RECEIVED 37 ADDRESS 

L J. Ch. 679: Johnson v. Crook, 48 L. J. Ch. 777; 12 Ch. D. 639: 
Bitbb V. Padwick, 49 L. J. Ch. 178; 13 Ch. D. 519. 

" Actually receive " Goods, s. 4, Sale of Goocb Act, 1893; V. Accept- 
ance. 

V. Receivable: Ebcbived. 

ADAPT. — " Adapted to be inhabited " ; V. Inhabited. 
" Constructed or adapted " ; V. Constructed. 

ADDITION. — " 'Addition,' signifieth a Title given to a man be- 
sides his Christian and Sir-name, shewing bis Estate, Degree, Mystery, 
Trade, Place of Dwelling, &c." (Cowel: Vf. Termes de la Ley). 

Qu^ Registration of Assurances (Ir) Act, 1850, 13 & 14 V. c. 72, 
** the word * Addition,' — where the addition of any person whose name 
is required by this Act to be entered in any Index to be kept at the said 
Register Office is hereby directed to be entered with such name, — shall 
mean the description as to Residence, Title, Rank, Profession, or Occu- 
pation " (s. 64). 

A legacy "in addition to," or "substitution for," or "instead of," 
another, will prima facie be taken on the same conditions, out of the 
same funds, and with the same privileges as that other (1 Jarm. 185), — a 
meaning, however, which may be varied by a context (lb. n.; 2 lb. 603). 
Vf. Thomas v. Nurse, W. N. (68) 181: Ee Benyon, 53 L. J. Ch. 1165: 
Lee V. Pain, 4 Hare, 218. Cp, One Man: V. Lieu and Substitution. 

A legacy^ to A., " in addition to the sums owing to him," may, on the 
facts, be a gift, not only of the legacy itself but also of sums not legally 
due to him, e.g. a sum named in an I. 0. U. to him that was given 
without consideration {Re Roioe, 1898, 1 Ch. 153; 67 L. J. Ch. 87; 77 
L. T. 475). 

An "Addition to an existing Building," within an Act requiring 
Notice of it to a Local Authority, is a matter to be determined on the 
whole of the circumstances : — to substitute a brick-built bedroom for a 
conservatory, may well be an " Addition " to a house, although it occupy 
no greater space than the conservatory did {Meadows v. Taylor, 59 L. J. 
M. C. 99; 24 Q. B. D. 717; 62 L. T. 658; 54 J. P. 757). 

Putting into a house heating-apparatus so as to make the house more 
lettable, is not an " Addition to, or Alteration in buildings,*^ within 
8. 13 (ii), S. L. Act, 1890; sccus, of altering main entrance and provid- 
ing an entirely new roof {Re Gaskell^ 1894, 1 Ch. 485; 63 L. J. Ch. 
243; 70 L. T. 554; 42 W. R.,219). V. Let: Cp. Rebuilding. 

"Addition " to a Trade-Mark, s. 74 (1), 46 & 47 V. c. 57; V. Re 
Smokeless Powder Co., 1892, 1 Ch. 590; 61 L. J. Ch. 391 : Re Clement, 
1900, 1 Ch. 114; 69 L. J. Ch. 52; 81 L. T. 400; 48 W. R. 67. 

ADDRESS. — " Name and Address " ; V. Name. 
" The Address of the pit," in an Indorsement of a Writ R. I. Ord. 4, 
E. S. C, mus^ be his ordinary Residence, as distinguished from his 



ADDRESS 88 ADJACENT 

Place of Business {Stoy v. ReeSy 59 L. J. Q. B. 310; 24 Q. B. D. 748; 
63 L. T. 49; 38 W. K 683). 

But the " Address " of a Witness to a Bill of Sale, as prescribed in 
the form given in s. 9, Bills of S. Act, 1882, means the same as '' Resi- 
dence " in the earlier Acts; therefore, where a Bank Clerk gave his 
Address as at the Bank where he was employed, that sufficed (Shnmons 
V. Woodward, 1892, A. C. 100; 61 L. J. Ch. 252; 66 L. T. 534; 40 
W. R. 641). — Note, . The Address and Description of each witness 
must be on the Bill of S. itself (Blankenstein v. Robertson, 59 L. J. 
Q. B. 315; 24 Q. B. D. 543: Parsons v. Brand, 59 L. J. Q. B. 189; 
25 Q. B. D. 110; 62 L. T. 479; 38 W. R. 388); but if a witness signs two 
attestations, one of which gives the A & D and the other does not, 
tlie former may be looked at to see that the same person has signed both, 
and if that can be seen on the face of the document the omission to put 
the A & D to the second attestation is not material {Bird v. Davey^ 
1891, 1 Q. B. 29; 60 L. J. Q. B. 8). 

Cjp, " Place of Abode," sub Place. 

A Club Address, generally, is insufficient [Re Stoydan, 1895, 2 Q. B. 
534; 65 L. J. Q. B. 47; 11 Times Rep. 589). 

As to what is a breach of a stipulation that " no Artiste shall address 
the Audience"; V. Cobom v. Palace Theatre, 11 Times Rep. 227. 

ADEMPTION. — Where there is a Specific legacy, and -the subject- 
matter does not remain in specie, or does not remain the property of the 
testator at his death, the legacy is said to be Adeemed; t.6. the subject- 
matter being gone from the testator's estate, the gift also is gone: so, 
there is an Ademption when the purpose for which the specific legacy 
was given has been otherwise provided for by the testator. 

It has been said, in America, that " Ademption " is synonymous with 
"Satisfaction," when applied to Specific legacies {Clark v. Jetton, 
5 Sneed, 234). 

Vh, Wms. Exs. 1183 et seq: Theobald, 122, 139-145, 675-684: 
1 Encyc. 119-121. 

ADEQUATE. — " Adequate and Sufficient Load " : K Lane. & Y. Ry 
V. Gidlow, 45 L. J. Ex. 625; L. R. 7 H. L. 517. 

" Adequate Ventilation " ; F. Knowles v. Dickinson, 29 L. J. M. C. 
135; 2E. &E. 705. 

ADHERING TO THE QUEEN'S ENEMIES. — "Every one 
commits High Treason who, either in the Realm or without it, actively 
assists a public enemy at war with the Queen. Rebels may be public 
enemies within the meaning of this definition " (Steph. Cr. 42). Vf, Arch. 
Cr. 883-899. V. Queen's Enemies. 

ADJACENT. — " Adjacent or Neighbouring Lands "; V, Birming- 
ham V. Allen, 46 L. J. Ch. 673; 6 Ch. D. 284: Darley Main Co 
V. Mitchell, 11 App. Ca. 142: Adjoining Property: Neighbouring. 



ADJACENT 89 ADJOINING OCCUP'R 

" Adjacent " Mixes, even in the wide region of South Africa, does not 
include a Mine 4 miles distant {Kimherley IV. W, Co v. Be Beers Mines, 
1897, A. C. 515; 66 L. J. P. C. 108j 77 L. T. 117. 

"Adjacent to" a Mine; V. Tumhull v. Lambton Co, cited In ob 
About. 

Adjacent and Subjacent support to land ; F. Kosc. N. P. 798-802. 

ADJOIN : ADJOINING. — This word, in a penal statute, means 
** absolutely contiguous, without anything between" (per Parke, J., 
Ji, T. Hodgesj Moo. & M. 343),. and it >vas there held that ground, 
separated from a house by a narrow walk and a paling with a gate in it, 
was not "adjoining" the house within s. 38, 7 & 8 G. 4, c. 29. 
Adopting that def Cozens-Haidy, J., held, that a Lessor's covenant 
not to allow a specified trade to be carried on in the " adjoining " 
premises, was confined to the two houses immediately contiguous on 
either side of the demised premises ( Vale v. Moorgate Street Co, 80 
L. T. 487). But a purchaser's covenant that he would not, "in the 
erection of buildings adjoining " his vendor's other property, permit any 
over-looking Lights, was held broken by such lights being in houses 
whose gardens did not touch but reached to within 6 yards of that other 
property {Ind, Coojye & Co v. Hamhlin, 81 L. T. 779; 48 W. R. 238; 
W. N. (1900) 270). 

A covenant by a Lessor (or, semble, a Vendor) as to User of " adjoin- 
ing " premises, primd facie^ only binds adjoining premises belonging to 
him at the time of the contract (Buckell v. King, 40 S. J. 50). It is 
suggested that a wider covenant should, in terms, embrace premises 
"now or hereafter" belonging to the covenantor; or, better still, drop 
" adjoining " and make the covenant extend to all property " now or 
hereafter " belonging to the covenantor within the defined distance. 

Not so strict as in R. v. Hodges (sup.) is the meaning of " adjoining " 
and " adjoin " in ss. 127, 128, Lands C. C. Act, 1845 {Lond. & S. TV. 
RyY, Blackmore, 39 L. J. Ch. 713; L. R. 4 H. L. 610; and V. obs 
of Manisty, J., Hohbs v. Mid. Rg, 51 L. J. Ch. 324: Moody v. Corbett, 
35 L. J. Q. B. 161; 7 B. & S. 544; L. R. 1 Q. B. 510); nor in s. 150, 
P. H. Act, 1875 ( V. Fronting). So, a plot of ground, separated from 
a church-yard by a highway, is " ground adjoining " the church-yard, 
within s. 1, 30 & 31 V. c. 133 {Re Bateman and Parker, 1899, 1 Ch. 599; 
68 L. J. Ch. 330; 80 L. T. 469 ; 47 W. R. 516). 

As to the meaning of a Devise of a house " with the piece of land 
thereto adjoining " ; V. Josh v. Josh, 28 L. J. C. P. 100 ; 5 C. B. N. S. 
454, stated, 1 Jarm. 784. 

V. Adjacent: Contiguous: Abut: Fronting: Annex. 

ADJOINING LAND.— V. Occupier. 

ADJOINING OCCUPIER. — Qui London Eg Act, 1894, "Adjoin- 
ing Occupier," " means the Occupier, or one of the occupiers, of land, 



ADJOINING OCCUP'R 40 ADJOURN 

biiildlDgs, storeys, or rooms adjoining those of the Building Owneb " 
(s. 5, subs. 32). 

ADJOINING OWNER. — The owner of land, which land is sepa- 
rated from surplus lands of a Railway by only a private road over which 
such owner has a right of way, is an Adjoining Owner within s. 128, 
Lands C. C. Act, 1845 {CoverUrij v. L. B. & S. Ry, 37 L. J. Ch. 90; 
L. R. 5 Eq. 104; 16 W. R. 267), and a person may be an " Adjoining 
Owner " within the section, although he purchased such adjoining landB 
from the Company itself against which he claims pre-emption {Lond, & 
S. W. Ry V. Blackmore, 39 L. J. Ch. 713 ; L. R 4 H. L. 610). Cp, 
Adjoin. 

" * The Adjoining Owner ' is prima facie the person to whom the soil 
belongs : e.g. the lord of the manor as opposed to the persons entitled to 
a right of herbage (Hooper v. Bourne, 3 Q. B. D. 258; 5 App. Ca. 1 ; 47 
L. J. Q. B. 437 ; 37 L. T. 594 ; 42 lb. 97; 26 W. R. 295; 28 lb. 493), 
and in connection with the expression * Adjoining Owner' it must be 
clearly understood that there is a plain obvious distinction between the 
person in whom, under s. 127, the superfluous lands are, in default of 
sale, to vest, and the persons to whom the option of purchase is to be 
given under s. 128 (Eobbs v. Mid, Ry, 20 Ch. D. 418; 51 L. J. Ch. 320; 
46 L. T. 270; 30 W. R. 516) " : Dart, 861. 

Qu^ London Bg Act, 1894, " * Adjoining Owner,' means the Owner, 
or one of the owners, of land, buildings, storeys, or rooms adjoining those 
of the Building Owner " (s. 5, subs. 32) : Vh. List v. Tharpe, cited 
Owner. That section is larger and more precise than s. 85, Metrop. Bg 
Act, 1855 (which it replaces), under which an Owner of only an Equitable 
Interest could be an Adjoining Owner (Cowen v. Phillips, 11 W. R. 
706; 8 L. T. 622; 33 Bea. 18) ; so, of a Tenant in Possession of a part 
only of a house, if his interest was greater than from tear to tear 
{Fillingham v. Wood, 1891, 1 Ch. 51 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 232; 64 L. T. 46; 
39 W. R. 282). 

V, Fronting : Occupier: Owner. 

ADJOINING PROPERTY. — As to this phrase in a covenant giv- 
ing protection from annoyance; V, Harrison v. Good, 40 L. J. Ch. 295; 
L. R. 11 Eq. 338 : Annoyance : Neighbouring. 

" Adjoining or Neighbouring " Colliery ; V, Neighbouring. 

V, Adjacent: Adjoin. 

ADJOURN. — "The word 'adjourn ' must be construed with refer- 
ence to the object of the context, and with reference to the object of the 
enquiry. What might, in certain Acts of Parliament, require a technical 
interpretation where adjournments are well understood, e.g. relating to 
Courts of Justice, does not apply to enquiries of this nature (under s. 4, 
Election Commissioners Act, 1852, 15 & 16 V. c. 57). Enquiries of this 
nature cannot be performed without holding meetings from time to time ; 



ADJOURN 41 ADMEASUREMENT 

and when the power of holding those meetings is given, 'adjourn' must 
be taken as used in the popular sense of deferring or postponing the 
enquiry to a future day " (per Mellor, J., FUzgerald^s Case^ L. R. 5 Q. B. 
10). 

Vf. 1 Encyc. 129-133. 

ADJUDGED. — V. Sum Adjudged. 

Qua Bankry Frauds & Disabilities (Scot.) Act, 1884, 47 & 48 V. c. 16, 
** Adjudged Bankrupt " includes " a person whose estate has been seques- 
trated, or with respect to whom a Decree of cessio bonorum has been pro- 
nounced by a competent court in Scotland " (s. 5) ; and by s. 6, lb., that 
def applies, in Scotland, to ss. 33, 34, Bankry Act, 1883. 

AOJUDGER. — Stat. Def., Scot,, V. 31 & 32 V. c. 101, s. 3. 

ADJUDICATION.— V. Order of Adjudication. 

ADJUST. — " 'Adjustment,' is a word in common use. It is com- 
monly applied to the settlement among various parties of their several 
shares in respect of claims, liabilities, or payments relating to a general 
AVERAGE claim. That is not its only application ; it is a word which is 
applied to other matters in the same manner in which it is commonly 
applied in Marine Insrce. When there are matters which require re- 
arranging, regulating, or equalizing, so as to restore the true balance, 
the process of so re-arranging, setting right, regulating, or equalizing 
may be described as * adjusting * " (per Bruce, J., He Buckinghamshire 
Co. Co. and Hertfordshire Co. Co., 68 L. J. Q. B. 423) ; therefore, the 
loss by one County and the gain by another of an Area which contributes 
towards, without in itself augmenting, the County's expenditure upon 
bridges and main-roads, is a matter for " Adjustment " under s. 62, Loc. 
Gov. Act, 1888 (S. C. 1899, 1 Q. B. 615; 68 L. J. Q. B. 417 ; 80 L. T. 85 ; 
63 J. P. 356) ; so, where a portion of a Township is detached from one 
Poor Law Union and included in another, that is a matter for " Adjust- 
ment " under s. 68, Loc. Gov. Act, 1894 {Re Rochdale and Haslingden^ 
1899, 1 Q. B. 540; 68 L. J. Q. B. 531; 80 L. T. 146; 47 W. R. 322). 

There is no Difference as to "adjustment of Loss," within a Fire 
Policy, when the only question is as to whether the policy has been vio- 
lated by a breach of one of its conditions (O'Connor v. Norwich Union 
Insrce, ISU, 2 1. R. 723). 

Cp. Direct. 

ADMEASUREMENT. — A Condition of Sale that provides that 
" the Admeasurements are presumed to be correct," and negativing allow- 
ance for errors, does not imply that there has been an actual admeasure- 
ment prior to sale, and the Condition means, — if the quantity stated is 
incorrect neither party is to have any claim ( Cordingleyv, Cheesehroughj 
31 L. J. Ch. 617; 3 Giff. 496). V. Error: Cp. Estimated. 

V. Measurement. 



ADMINISTER 42 ADMINISTRATION 

ADMINISTER. — To " administer " a Poison or a Drug, embraces 
every mode of giving it, or causing it to be taken {La Beau v. People^ 
34 N. Y. 233). 

A person who supplies a woman with a drug, for her to take and which 
she takes in his absence, " administers " it, within s. 58, 24 & 25 V. 
c. 100 {E. V. Wilson, 26 L. J. M. C. 18; Dears. & B. 127: followed in 
R, V. FarroWy Dears. & B. 164). " If I call in a physician and he writes 
his prescription, and I take the medicines, is that not an administering 
by him ? " (per Park, J., R. v. Harleij, 4 C. & P. 369). Vf. Arch. Cr. 
793 : Eosc. Cr. 239. F. Cause to be taken. 

" Administer Poison or other Destructive Thing " ; V, Poison. 

A Conspiracy to administer, is none the less a crime because, — the 
woman being in fact not pregnant, — the administration of the drug 
would not be a crime if committed by the woman alone (/?. v. White- 
church, 59 L. J. M. C. 77 J 24 Q. B. D. 420 ; 62 L. T. 124 ; 38 W. R. 
336; 54 J. P. 472). 

A woman who administers to herself an innocent thing but thinking 
it capable of procuring Abortion, is guilty of the Attempt to commit 
the crime ; though another person who incites her to take it, but who 
knows it is innocent, is not guilty of inciting her to such an Attempt 
(R. V. Brown, 63 J. P. 790). 

To " administer '* a deceased*s estate, as that phrase is used in an 
Administration Bond, includes the duty of keeping the estate intact 
after it has been collected and got in, until it is duly administered ; and 
the words " well and truly administer " are not cut down by the words 
following the scilicet, for such words are only an illustration of what a 
due Administration is (Dobbs v. Brain, 1892, 2 Q. B. 207 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 
749 ; 67 L. T. 371 ; 41 W. E. 7; 67 J. P. 22: Vf. Canterbury/, Archbp. 
V. Robertson, 3 L. J. Ex. 101; 1 Cr. & M. 690). 

"Take possession of and administer Personal Estate," s. 37, Stamp 
Act, 1815; F. A,-G, v. New York Breweries Co, cited Possession. 

ADMINISTRATION. — V. Administer: Order of Adjudica- 
tion. 

" Administration of Justice " : — English " Laws and Statutes " which 
are to be " applied in the Administration of Justice," in a Colony, are 
not confined to those having relation to Procedure, and " certainly in- 
clude a limitation of the time within which Actions can be brought," 
e,g, the Nullum Tempus Act, 9 G. 3, c. 16 (A.-G. New South Wales v. 
Love, 1898, A. C. 679 ; 67 L. J. P. C. 84 ; 78 L. T. 601 ; 47 W. K. 81). 
V. Bankruptcy and Insolvency. 

" Management and Administration " ; V. Management. 

" Person acting in the Administration " ; V, Acting. 

Stat. Def. (qua a deceased's estate), 20 & 21 V. c. 77, s. 2 ; 20 & 21 
V. c. 79, s. 2 ; 39 & 40 V. c. 18, s. 7. 



ADMINISTRATION 43 ADMISSION 

As applied to Scotland, " Administration " means " Confirmation," qui 
Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1876, 39 & 40 V. c. 45 (s. 3), and 
qua Friendly Societies Act, 1896 (s. 102). 

AD MINI STRATI VE. — " Administrative Business of Justices, " 
s. 3, Loc. Gov. Act, 1888 ; V. Royal Aquarium v. Parkinson^ 1892, 
1 Q. B. 431 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 409 ; 66 L. T. 513 ; 40 W. R. 450 ; 6Q J. P. 
404: Re Local Government Act, 1888, 1892, 1 Q. B. 33; 61 L. J. Q. B. 
27 ; 65 L. T. 614 ; bQ J. P. 279. Qui s. 46 of the Act, " * Administra- 
tive Business ' means such business as is by this Act transferred from 
Quarter Sessions or Justices, or any Committee thereof, to County 
Councils." 

Qui same Act, " ' Administrative County,^ means the area for which 
a County Council is elected in pursuance of this Act; but does not (ex- 
cept where expressly mentioned) include a County Borough " (s. 100). 

" Administrative County of London " ; V, London. 

" Administrative Vestry "; V. London Gov. Act, 1899, s. 34. 

ADMINISTRATORS — V. Executors. 
Administrators of Police; V. 27 & 28 V. c. 63, s. 2. 
Administrators of a Prison ; F. 23 & 24 V. c. 105, s. 4. 

ADMIRALTY.— V. s. 12 (4), Interp. Act, 1889. 

ADMIRALTY CAUSE. — An action against a Pilot for Collision- 
damage caused by a vessel under his charge, is not an " Admiralty 
Cause " within ss. 3, 5, 31 & 32 V. c. 71, and 32 & 33 V. c. 51 (^Flower 
V. Bradley, 44 L. J. Ex. 1 ; 23 W. R. 74, whv, for prior authorities : 
Scovell V. Beoan, b& L. J. Q. B. 604; 19 Q. B. D. 428: R. v. City of 
London CouH, 1892, 1 Q. B. 273; 40 W. R. 215 ; 61 L. J. Q. B. 337, 
vtlilc^ for a vast array of learning hereon). So, of an action against a 
Dock Go for damage occasioned by the state of the dock {Turner v. 
Mersey Docks, 1892, P. 285; 61 L. J. P. D. & A. 100 ; 40 W. R. 535). 
Vf. The Ruby, cited Seaman: R. v. Essex Co. Co., 53 L. J. Q. B. 423 ; 
13 Q. B. D. 142: Ship: Damage by Collision. 

ADMISSION. — **' Admission & institution.* In proprietie of 
speech, admission is, when the bishop upon examination admitteth him 
(i.e, a Clerk) to be able and saith Admitto te habilem. Institution is, 
when the bishop saith Tnstituo te rectorem talis ecclesice cum curd ani- 
maruvi, & accipe euram tuam & meam. But sometimes in a more large 
sense admissus doth include institutus also: cujus prcesentatus sit ad~ 
missus, (i.e.) institutus** (Co. Litt. 344 a). Vh. London v. Derry, 
Smythe, 517, 518: Phil. Ecc. Law, 350. Cp. Collation. 

"Upon Admission," 9 G; 4, c. 17, s. 2; V. R. v. Humphrey, cited 
Upon. 

" Admissions of fact," " on the Pleadings or otherwise " ; V. Otheh- 

WISE. 



ADMISSION 44 ADULTERATION 

py. as to Admissions of fact, 1 Encyc. 147-152. 
Admission of Solicitors ; V. Cordery on Solrs, 3rd Ed. 25. 

ADMIT. — r. Liability. 
" Admit the truth " ; V. Truth. 

" Admit or enrol " ; V. Copyhold Act, 1887, 60 & 51 V. c. 73, s. 49 ; 57 
& 58 V. c. 46, 8. 94. 

ADMITTED. — "Admitted" a Member of the Court of a City 
Company is equivalent to being ** elected " (/?. v. Saddlers Co, 32 L. J. 
Q. B. 337 ; 10 H. L. Ca. 404). 

Persons are not " admitted " to a Sunday Entertainment by pay- 
ment, s. 3, 21 G. 3, c. 49, if they go in free, but who, when they are in, 
can only get reserved seats by payment ( Williams v. Wright^ 41 S. J. 
671). 

" Admitted or Proved " ; V. Prove. 

V. Full interest admitted. 

ADMITTED SET-OFF "An Admitted Set-Off," s. 57, Co. Co. 

Act, 1888, does not require any previous assent by the deft ; the phrase 
is satisfied if the Set-Off be admitted by the pit in his writ or summons 
{Lovejoy v. Cole, 1894, 2 Q. B. 861 ; 64 L. J. Q. B. 120 ; 43 W. R. 48; 
71 L. T, 374, approving Percival v. Pedley, 18 Q. B. D. 635, and 
disapproving Hubbard v. Goodley, 59 L. J. Q. B. 285 ; 26" Q. B. D. 
156). 

V, Otherwise: Eeduced by payment. 

ADMIXTURE V. Declare. 

ADOPT. — " Act adopting the transaction " ; V, Sale on Trial. 

To "adopt" the receipt of stolen goods does not make the adopter 
a Receiver, for he may have merely acquiesced without taking any active 
part in the receipt (/?. v. Bring, 30 L. T. 0. S. 158 ; 7 Cox C. C. 

382). 

ADULT. — Qui Sum. Jur. Act, 1879, " The expression * Adult,' means 
a person who, in the opinion of the Court before whom he is brought, is 
of the age of 16 years, or upwards " (s. 49). 

Cp* Statute Adult: Full Age: Majority. 

ADULTERATION. — " < Adulteration ' means the infusion of some 
foreign substance " (per Cockburn, C. J., Francis v. Maas, 47 L. J. M. C. 
84; 3Q. B. D. 341). T. Dye. 

An article of food is " adulterated " when any substance, other than 
that which the article purports to be, is mixed with, or added to, or 
placed upon it, either to increase the bulk or weight or apparent size of 
the article, or to give it a deceptive appearance (Fitzpatrick v. Kelly, 
42 L. J. M. C. 132 ; L. R. 8 Q. B. 337 : Roberts y, Egerton, 43 L. J. M. C. 
135 ; L. R. 9 Q. B. 494). But " milk from which the cream had been 



ADULTERATION 45 ADVANCE 

extracted would, probably, not fall within the designation of * not pure ' " 
(Maxwell, 400, 401). 

V, As Unadulterated : Article demanded : Prejudice op Pur- 
chaser: Dilute: 1 Encjc. 153-156. 

ADULTERER.— V. Alleged. 

ADULTERY. — Is " the offence of Incontinence by married persons " 
(1 Encyc 156). Q?. Fornication. 

ADVANCE. — A power to "advance" money, e.g, in a Go's Mem. 
of Association, does not exclusively mean to lend: " 'advancing' and 
Mending' may each have a different signification. Money may be 
'advanced ' without being *lent.' The relation of Borrower and Lender 
does not exist in a great variety of the transactions which are here dis- 
tinctly authorized " (per Bacon, V. C, London Financial Assn, v. Kelk^ 
53 L. J. Ch. 1037 ; 26 Ch. D. 136). 

In an Advance Note^ " advance " does not mean an advance in money 
only; an advance in money and goods suffices {M^Kune v. Joynson^ 
5 C. B. N. S. 218; 28 L. J. C. P. 133: Va. s. 4, 5 & 6 V. c. 39). 

For restrictions on Advance Notes to Seamen, V, s. 140, Mer. Ship- 
ping Act, 1894, but that section is confined to Seamen in the United 
Kingdom {Ritchie v. LarseUy 1899, 1 Q. B. 727; 68 L. J. Q. B. 335; 80 
L. T. 259: Rowlands v. Miller, 68 L. J. Q. B. 338; 1899, 1 Q. B. 735; 
SOL. T. 290; 47 W. R. 687). 

" In consideration of your being in Advance to A." {Haxgh v. Brooks, 
10 A. & E. 309), or "having this day advanced" to A. (Goldshede v. 
Swan, 1 Ex. 154), in an Indemnity, may be explained by parol not to 
refer to a past consideration. So, "the terms 'advanced or to be ad- 
vanced,' in a certain state of facts, might fairly admit of the construc- 
tion that they apply to future, as well as to past, advances " (per Wilde, 
C. J., Bell V. Welch, 19 L. J. C. P. 189). Vf. Grahame v. Grahame, 
19 L. R. Ir. 249: Hibernian Bank v. GilbeH, 23 lb. 321. Cp. Given: 
Having, at end: Secure. 

Advance Freight is payable at the stipulated time, and the loss of 
the Ship is immaterial {Oriental S. S. Co v. Tylor, 1893, 2 Q. B. 518; 
63 L. J. Q. B. 128; 69 L. T. 577; 42 W. R. 89); but if the Advance 
Freight is so payable " if required," then the demand for it comes too 
late after the ship is lost (Smith v. Pi/man, 1891, 1 Q. B. 742; 60 L. J. 
Q. B. 621; 64 L. T. 436; 89 W. R. 466). 

If Freight is pa^'able "Monthly in advance," the charterer is bound 
to pay the full monthly payment at the beginning of each month, — an 
obligation which applies even to a time when it is probable that the hire 
will not continue for a whole month {Tonnelier v. Smith, 77 L. T. 277; 
2 Com. Ca. 258; 13 Times Rep. 560, diss. Smith, L. J.). 

Vf. qui Advance Freight, Allison v. Bristol Mar. Insrce, 1 App. Ca. 



ADVANCE 46 ADVANCEMENT 

209: Weir v. Girvin, 1900, 1 Q. B. 45; 69 L. J. Q. B. 168; 81 L. T. 
687; 48 W. E. 179; 5 Com. Ca. 40. 

A reBeryation of Rent by periodical payments, " and always, if re- 
quired, in advance/' means that the rent is payable in advance at the 
commencement of each period, but only so on reasonable notice being 
given by the lessor, — what is such notice being a question of fact, but 
it may be immediate when the goods on the premises are in peril {Lojir 
don & Westminster Loan Co v. Lond. & N. W. Ef/, 1893, 2 Q. B. 49; 
62 L. J. Q. B. 370; 69 L. T. 320; 41 W. R. 670). 

Distress, as against the Liquidator of a Company, cannot be made for 
rent in advance under a provision that it should be " always due and 
payable in advance, if required " (Shackell v. ChorltoTi, 1895, 1 Ch. 
378; 64 L. J. Ch. 353; 72 L. T. 188 ; 43 W. K 394). 

Annuity " in advance," not apportionable; K Periodical. 

Abatement from Portions if A. should " advance or pay " any sum to 
Beneficiaries, will not apply to a benefit given by A.'s Will ( Cooper v. 
Cooper, 43 L. J. Ch. 158; 8 Ch. 813). 
V, Advancement. 

ADVANCED. — In a devise containing a direction that ''any 
moneys which might have been advanced to my children, or any of them, 
or to my sons-in-law in my life, and also any sums of money which might 
be owing from them, or any of them to me at my death," it was held 
that the word " advanced " was not used by the testator in a technical 
sense, and that money lent by the testator to one of his sons-in-law, 
though by reason of his bankruptcy it was not owing to the testator at 
his death, must be brought into hotchpot {Asthury v. Beasley, W. N. 
(69), 96). V. Advancement : Unadvaxced. 
V, Advance. 

ADVANCEMENT. — A Power to apply money for a person's 
" Advancement " in the world, " is to be read as a word appropriate 
to an early period of life " (per Kennedy, J.^Molt/neux v. Fletcher, 1898, 
1 Q. B. 648; 67 L. J. Q. B. 392, citing Ee Kershaw, inf.). It is, fre- 
quently, a payment to persons before they become absolutely entitled to, 
but who are presumably entitled to, or have a vested or contingent in- 
terest in, an estate or legacy ( F. per Cotton, L. J., Abram v. Aldridge, 
55 L. T. 556). 

In such a Power the words " Advancement," " Preferment," or " Estab- 
lishment in the World," seem very nearly synonymous (Luard v. Pease, 
22 L. J. Ch. 1069: Lotother y, Bentinch, L. E. 19 Eq. 166; 44 L. J. 
Ch. 197; 32 L. T. 156); but if such phrases be followed by "otherwise 
for the Benefit " of the person or class, then you get " the largest terms 
of all, " — terms not to be cut down by the Ejtisdem generis canon (per 
Jessel, M. R., Lowther v. Bentinck, sup. : Va, Ee Brittlebank, 30 W. R. 
99: Ee Kershaw, L. R. 6 Eq. 322; 37 L. J. Ch. 751). 



ADVANCEMENT 47 ADVANCEMENT 

Such a Power, if confined to " Advancement, Preferment, or Estab- 
lishment in the World/' does not authorize a payment to a Tenant fbr 
Life after he has been married many years and has become poor (Luard 
V. Feassy sup.: Sv. Talbot v. Marshfield, 3 Ch. 622; 37 L. J. Ch. 52), 
or to provide for debts {Lov;ther v. Benttnck, sup. : Talbot v. Marshfield, 
sup.), or to set up a husband in business {Talbot v. Marshfield). 

But it does authorize a payment to enable a married woman to carry on 
business separately from her husband {Talbot v. Marshfield, sup.: Vf. 
Simpson v. Brown, 13 W. E. 312; 11 L. T. 593: Re Brittlebank, sup.), 
or to provide a marriage portion {Lloyd v. Cocker, 27 Bea. 645; 24 L. J. 
Ch. 84), or marriage outfit {Pride v. Fooks, 2 Bea. 430; 9 L. J. Ch. 234), 
or passage money for children and their parents who, on account of the 
children's ill health, have to go abroad {Re Long, 38 L. J. Ch. 125; 19 
L. T. 672; 17 W. R. 218), or even, in exceptional cases, for maintenance 
{Roper- Curzon v. Roper-Curzon, L. R. 11 Eq. 452; 19 W. R. 519; 24 
L. T. 406: Re Breed, 1 Ch. D. 226; 45 L. J. Ch. 191). Vf. Re Gosset, 
19 Bea. 529: Vaizey, 1049-1056. 

Under the Statute op Distribution. — By the Statute of Distri- 
bution, 22 & 23 Car. 2, c. 10, s. 5, a child " advanced by the intestate 
in his lifetime by portion," has to bring the amount of the advance- 
ment into hotchpot, if claiming to participate in the distribution of the 
intestate's personal estate. This provision only applies to the estates 
of intest&te fathers {Holt v. Frederick, 2 P. Wms. 357) ; and generally 
speaking it relates to gifts to children early in life (per Jessel, M. R., 
Taylor v. Taylor, 44 L. J. Ch. 720; L. R. 20 Eq. 155) ; and it means 
that " Wherever a sum is paid for a particular purpose, which is thought 
good and right by the father, and which the child desires, if it be money 
which is drawn out in considerable amount, and not a small sum { V. Wms. 
Ezs. 1369), it must be treated as an advance. The payment of the money 
is the important thing, the Court does not look to the application " (per 
Wood, V. C, Boyd v. Boyd, L. R. 4 Eq. 305; 36 L. J. Ch. 877). In 
that case it was accordingly held that a sum given by a father for the 
payment of his son's debts was an Advancement, — a decision followed by 
Pearson, J., in Re Blockley (54 L. J. Ch. 722; 29Ch.D. 250; 33 W. R. 
777), wherein he refused to follow the opposite view of Jessel, M. R., in 
Taylor v. Taylor (sup.). 

Though it seems that apprenticing a child is not such an Advancement 
(note to Fusey v. Desbouvrie, 3 P. Wms. 317); yet beyond doubt articling 
a young man to a solicitor is {Boyav, Boyd, sup.). So the payment of 
a son's entrance fees to an Inn of Court is an Advancement within the 
statute; but not so the dues of the Inn, or the son's fee on entering the 
chambers of a Special Pleader {Taylor v. Taylor, sup.). 

Voluntary periodical allowances which may or may not vary are not 
Advancements {Taylor v. Taylor, sup.); but a fixed and agreed annuity 
is, — viz.f its value at the date of the grant (Wms. Exs. 1374). 



ADVANCEMENT 48 ADVERSE 

A Settlement, whether voluntary, or for a good consideration (as that of 
marriage), is an Advancement within the statute {Edwards v. Freeman^ 
2 P. Wms. 440: PAincy v. Phiney, 2 Vern. 638). 

Vf> and as to when Advancement presumed, Wms. Exs. 1369-1377. 

V. Benefit. 

AD VANTAGE. — F. Undue Preference: Divest. 

Qui Public Bodies Corrupt Practices Act, 1889, 52 & 53 V. c. 69, 
" * Advantage ' includes, any office, or dignity, and any forbearance to 
demand any money or money's worth or valuable thing, — and includes 
any aid, vote, consent, or influence, or pretended aid, vote, consent, or 
influence, — and also includes any promise or procurement of, or agree- 
ment or endeavour to procure, or the holding-out of any expectation of, 
any gift, loan, fee, reward, or advantage as before defined " (s. 7). 

ADVANTAGEOUSLY.— T. Conveniently: Efficiently. 

ADVANTAGES. —"Commodities, Emoluments, Profits and Advan- 
tages ... all of which four words are of one sense and nature, implying 
things gainful " {London v. Southwell^ Hob. 304). Vf. Emolument. 

" Advantages " of Shares and Interest in a Co ; V, Share. 

ADVENTURE. — "* Adventure* (in questions relating to Marine 
Insurance) means, either one of the perils insured against, as in the 
clause in a policy commencing * Touching the adventures and perils '; or 
the liability or risk undertaken by the insurers, as in the clause in a 
policy commencing * Beginning the adventure upon the said goods and 
merchandizes ' ; or the speculation or undertaking to protect which the 
assured effected the insurance (Fenwick v. Robinson^ 3 C. & P. 324; 
Jenkins v. Power ^ 6 M. & S. 289) ; or a subject of insurance which has 
been exposed to the risks insured against {Inglis v. Stocky 10 App. Ca. 
269; 54 L. J. Q. B. 582) ": Wood, 348. 
V. Hereafter valued and declared. 

" Trade, Adventure, or Concern," Income Tax Act, 1842; V, Trade. 

" * Aventure,' but more properly * Adventure,* is a Mischance causing 
the death of a man, without Felony; as when he is suddenly drowned or 
burnt, falling into the water or fire, or kill'd by any disease or jnis- 
chance; Britton, cap. 7, where you may see how it differs from Misad- 
venture " (Cowel). Cp, Accident. 

ADVENTURER. — To impute tfiat a person is an "Adventurer," if 
supported by a proved innuendo, is Libel ( Wakley v. Healey^ 18 L. J. C. P. 
241; 7C. B. 591). 

ADVERSE. —" Adverse claims "; V. Opposing. 

An " Adverse Interest " in land, entitling its claimant to priority 
over an unregistered Conveyance, s. 38, Ceylon Land Eegistration Ordi- 
nance, viii, of 1863, includes an Interest created by a Mortgage Bond 



ADVERSE 49 ADVOWSON 

{Gauder v. I>a8sefiaikef 1897, A. C. 547; 66 L. J. P. C. 103; 77 L. T. 
321). 

" Adverse Litigation,'* a. 80, Lands C. C. Act, 1845; V. Re Clergy Or- 
phan, Corp.^ 1894, 3 Ch. 145; 64 L. J. Ch. 66; 71 L. T. 450; 43 W. R. 
150: Haynea v. Barton, L. R. 1 Eq. 422; 35 L. J. Ch. 233; 13 L. T. 
787 ; 14 W. li. 257: Henniker v. Chafy, 28 Bea. 621: Be Longworth, 
1 K. & J. 1; 23 L. J. Ch. 104; 22 L. T. 0. S. 197; 2 W. R 124: Askew 
▼. WoodJiead, 14 Ch. D. 27, 36; 49 L. J. Ch. 320; 42 L. T. 567; 28 W. R. 
874; 44 J. P. 670: Re Bareham, 17 Ch. D. 329; 29 W. R. 526: Re 
Fenton, Armitage v. Askham, 3 W. R. 331; 1 Jur. N. S. 227: Lond. & 
S. W. Ry Y. Bridger, 4 N. R. 261 ; 12 W. R. 948; 10 L. T. 689; 10 
Jur. N. S. 650 : Re Catling, 34 S. J. 364: Dart, 809, 1263: Dan. Ch. Pr. 
1850. 

'' Adverse Possession " designates a possession in opposition to the 
true title and real owner; and implies that it commenced in wrong and 
is maintained against right {Alexander y. Polk^ 39 Miss. 755). 

As to what acts constitute " Adverse Possession " ; Vf. MacS. 624- 
626, 632: 1 Encyc. 160. 

** A Title to Registered Land adverse to, or in derogation of, the title 
of the Registered Proprietor, shall not be acquired by any length of Pos- 
session '' (s. 12y Land Transfer Act, 1897; Sv. the provisoes to the 
section). 

An "Adverse Witness,*' within s. 22, Com. L. Pro. Act, 1854, is one 
who, in the opinion of the presiding judge, is hostile {Greenougli v. 
JScdes, 28 L. J. C. P. 160; 6 C. B. N. S. 786; 7 W. R. 341. Va. Martin 
V. Travellers' Insrce, 1 F. & F. 606: Found v. Wilson, 4 F. & F. 301; 
Rice V. Howard, 16 Q. B. D. 681; 55 L. J. Q. B. 311; 34 W. R. 532). 
Vf. Price v. Manning, 68 L. J. Ch. 649. 

" Adversely to any Charity"; V. Tudor, Char. Trusts, 474, 482. 

ADVERTISEMENT.— V. Public Notice. 

" Circulars, Advertisement, or otherwise " : V. Circulars. 

Picture, Print, Ac, carried or distributed " by Way of Advertisement," 
8. 9, Metropolitan Streets Act, 1867, 30 & 31 V. c. 134, means that the 
thing itself must be an Advertisement; the distribution of the Contents 
Bill of a Newspaper, to gain notoriety for the newspaper, is not within 
the phrase (Gage v. Brealey, 67 L. J. Q. B. 457; 46 W. R. 415). 

F. FOBKION. 

ADVISE. — V. Precatory Trust. 

ADVISEDLY. — "Advisedly," 13 Eliz. c. 12, s. 2, means not inten- 
tionally, or avowedly, but deliberately {Heath v. Burder, 1 B. & F. 212; 
10 W. R. 673; 6 L. T. 662). 

ADVOWSON : ADVOCATION. —"The right of Presentation 
or Collation to a church " (Elph. 65%, citing Co. Litt. 119 b. Vf 



ADVOWSON 50 AFFECTED 

Co. Litt. 17 b, on whv A-G. y. Ewelme Hosp, 17 Bea. 383: Spelm.: 
1 Burn's Ecc. Law, Advowson: Termes de la Ley: Phil. Ecc. Law, 
260: 1 Encjc. 173-179). V, Negligengk: Donative: Livino. 

A Royal Grant of the " Advowson "of A., does not convey a present 
Avoidance (Dyer, 300, cited R, v. Dover , 4 L. J. Ex. 98). 

" Advowsons " and " Rectories," in s. 13, 1 & 2 V. c. 110, only em- 
brace Advowsons in lay hands {Hawkins v. Gathercole, 24 L. J. Ch. 332 ; 

6 D, G. M. & G. 1; 1 Sim. N. S. 63; 1 Drew. 12). 

An Advowson may be " in " a place {Crompton v. Jarratt^ and Re 
Hodgson, cited In), 

A gift for the purchase of Advowsons and Presentations, is a good 
Charity; but to be so the Will must declare the Trusts on which they 
are to be held when purchased {Hunter v. A -(?., cited Or). 

Stat. Def.-19&20V.c. 60, 8. 1; 26 & 27 V. c. 120, s. 37; 40&41 
V. c. 48, s. 2. 

AFFAI RS. — " Affairs of the Church " ; V, Church. 

" Civil Affairs " ; V. Management. 

The ^ Conduct and Affairs " of a bankrupt which, under s. 28 
(2), Bankry Act, 1883, repld, s. 8 (2), Baukry Act, 1890, have to be 
considered on his application for Discharge, cover a wide area of 
matters, especially under the word ''affairs/' which embraces even such 
things as the expectation that the bankrupt will, probably, soon be a 
substantial beneficiary " under the Will of his father, or uncle, or some 
other wealthy relative " {Re Barker^ cited Conduct). 

AFFECT/— "Shall not affect" any estate, &c (proviso to s. 2, 33 
V. c. 14, Naturalization Act, 1870), — " /.c. — Shall not validate or in- 
validate " (1 Jarm. 41, citing Sharp v. St, Sauveur, 41 L. J. Ch. 576; 

7 Ch. 343. Vf, 2 Jarm. 651, where it is said "prima facie * Affect ' is 
neutral.") V. Interfere. 

" Affect or deteriorate " water; V, Filthy Water. 

A covenant in a lease of a Public-house that the lessee will do nothing 
that can or may " affect, lessen, or make void " the License, is not 
broken by a Conviction which might have been, but was not, indorsed 
on the license {Wooler v. Knott, 1 Ex. D. 265; 45 L. J. Ex. 884; 
34 L. T. 362; 24 W. R. 1004). But a covenant not to do or suffer 
anything whereby the License " may be forfeited, or the Renewal 
thereof withheld," is broken by two indorsed convictions, although the 
License has not actually been forfeited, — " may," in such a connection, 
is not to be read as " shall " {Harmann v. Powell, 60 L. J. Q. B. 628; 
65 L. T. 266). Cp, Danger: Imperil. 

'K Affected: Affecting: Directly Affect: Impeached. 

AFFECTED. — V, Dikectly Affect: Injuriously Affected: 
Prejudicially. 

" * Affected, ' is, like * adjusted, * not a Word of Art but, a word of 



AFFECTED 61 AFFILIATION 

ordinary Euglish. It is capable of a very large meaning, and was, I 
think, purposely used for that reason "in s. 62, Loc. Gov. Act, 1888, 
which gives Authorities " afEected " by the Act power to make Adjusting 
Agreements (per Wills, J., Re Buckinghamshire Co, Co. and Hertford- 
shire Co, Co,, cited Adjust, and V. same jdgmt for obs as to how an 
Authority may be " affected " by the Act). 

Under 8 G. 2, c. 6, s. 1, a Benefice is not " affected " by a Seques- 
tration, because the jdgmt does not bind the lands (Cottle v. Warrington, 
6h.&, Ad. 452). 

The License of a Public-house is not " indorsed, or otherwise 
affected," within a V. & P. contract if it be not indorsed in fact and 
nothing has happened rendering it liable to be indorsed, though the 
Justices may, on some other ground, refuse an interim protection and 
transfer {Tadcaster Co v. Wilson, 1897, 1 Ch. 705; m L. J. Ch. 402; 
76 L. T. 459; 45 W. R. 428; 61 J. P. 360). V. Affect. 

AFFECTING. — "Any act, &c, affecting land within the jurisdic- 
tion," R. 1 (ft), Ord. 11, R. S. C, means something physically, and not 
merely incidentally, affecting land {Casey v. Amott, 46 L. J. G. P. 3; 
2 C. P. D. 24; 35 L. T. 424; 25 W. R. 46); Slander of Title does not 
so " affect " (lb.), nor an action for Rent (Agnew v. Usher, 54 L. J. 
Q. B. 371; 14 Q. B. D. 78; 51 L. T. 576; 33 W. R. 126;; but an action 
on the Custom of the Country {Kaye v. Sutherland, 57 L. J. Q. B. 68; 
20 Q. B. D. 147; 58 L. T. 66; 36 W. R. 508), or to recover Possession, 
or damages for breach of covenant to Repair (Tassell v. Hallen, 1892, 
1 Q. B. 321; 61 L. J. Q. B. 159; 40 W. R, 221; 66 L. T. 196), does 
"affect" the land. 

" A Tax which affects everybody who occupies and enjoys a given 
property, in respect of that property, may be justly said to * affect ' the 
j»roperty " (per Kindersley, V. C, Lovatv. Leeds, 2 Dr. & Sm. 72; 31 
L. J. Ch. 503) ; and it was there held that Income Tax was included 
in a direction to trustees to pay all Taxes " affecting " the heredits 
devised for life. Vf, Deductions : Debt, at end. 

Document " affecting the proprietorship of a Patent " ; V. He Ca^ey, 
cited Assignment. 
V. Incumbrances. 

AFFIDAVIT.— V. Oath. 
. Stat. Def. — 46 & 47 V. c. 52, s. 168; Interp. Act, 1889, s. 3. 

AFFILIATION.— Qu^ Universities (Scot) Act, 1889, 52 & 53 V. 
c. 55, " ' Afl&liation ' . . . means such a connexion between an existing 
University and a College as shall be entered into by their mutual consent, 
under conditions approved by the Commissioners, or, after the deter- 
mination of their powers, by the Universities Committee " (s. 3). 

An Order of Affiliation, is a Justices' Order adjudging a man to be 
the putative father of a bastard child, and ordering him to pay not 



AFFILIATION 52 AFORESAID 

exceeding 5s. per week towards its maintenance and education, but not 
longer than till the child attains 16; Vh. 35 & 36 V. c. 65; 36 V. c. 9. 

AFFIXED. — V. Window: Fixed and Fastened: Fixtures. 

AFFLICTED. — To be "afflicted" with, ^.^z. gout, connotes having 
the malady in a sensible and appreciable form (Fatvkes v. Manchester 
Insrce, 3 F. & F. 440). Vf. Geaah v. Ingali^ 14 M. & W. 95. Cp. Sub- 
ject TO, at end. 

AFFOREST. -^ " < Affo^st,' is to turn ground into Fobest " (Termes 
de la Lej'). 

AFFRAY. — "An Affray is the fighting of two or more persons in a 
public place to the terror of Her Majesty's subjects" (Steph. Cr. 48), 
Vf, Arch. Cr. 1052. " If the fighting be in private, it is not an Affray, 
but an Assault" (Rose. Cr. 241). Vf. Termes de la Ley: Jacob. 

AFFREIGHTMENT. — " 'Affreightment,' is a contract by which a 
Shipowner undertakes to carry goods in his ship for reward. The person 
for whom the goods are carried is called the Freightery and the sura 
which he pays for their carriage is called the Freight " (1 Encyc. 184, 
whv to 192). Vh. Carver, 614, 763: Abbott, Index, Affreightment. 

AFLOAT, — V. Always Afloat. 

AFORE. — " Afore Execution had " ; V. ExEcuTioif. 

AFORESAID. — When this word is used as an adjective it can 
hardly create much difficulty. The man, or premises, "aforesaid," 
can mean nothing else than the man or premises which has been 
before indicated {R. v. Albert, 5 Q. B. 37; 12 L. J. M. C. 117), 
and, like "Said," has, generally, reference to the last antecedent. 
Vf inf. 

But when used, — e.g. in Wills, — adverbially, as in the expressions " as 
aforesaid," "in manneb aforesaid," — phrases of equal import with "as 
before," " in like manner," " on the same terms and conditions," and such 
like, — then difficulty may very easily arise. Generally speaking, such 
referential expressions indicate the manner in, or conditions on which, 
not the persons by whom, benefits are to be taken. Thus where a Will, 
having contemplated the possibility of the death of testator's daughter 
under 21 without leaving a husband, gave certain directions " in case of 
the death of his daughter under age as aforesaid^^^ that meant, under 
age and not leaving a husband ( Weddell v. Mundg, 6 Ves. 341). So, a 
successive gift " in manner aforesaid," following a prior gift for life, is 
also a gift for life (Doe d. Woodall v. Woodall, 16 L. J. C. P. 28; 3 C. B. 
349). So if there were a gift to a class living at testator's death as 
tenants in common^ and that was followed by a gift to another class " iii 
the same manner," that would rather indicate that such other class would 



AFORESAID 53 AFORESAID 

take as tenants iu common, than that its memhers were to he ascertained 
bj the fact of being alive at the testator's death (1 Jarm. 746, n.): 
secuSy if the words were ** at the same time and in the same manner " 
{Swift V. Swifi, 32 L. J. Ch. 479). So, where a Will contained a legacy 
to "brothers and sisters now living/' with a direction against lapse by 
their deaths in testator's lifetime, and was followed by a Codicil which 
contained another legacy to ** my brothers and sisters in like manner as 
I have directed by my Will " ; held, that " in like manner " referred to 
the mode in which the Codicil class was to take, bat that such class 
was not the same as that in the Will, and, therefore, that the direction 
against lapse did not apply to the Codicil class (Be Wilder, 27 Bea. 418)- 
So, in a " general survivorship clause, the words ' in manner aforesaid,' 
or similar terms, will have the effect of subjecting all the accrued shares 
to the same terms, restrictions, and limitations over, as the original 
shares" (2 Jarm. 717, citing Milsom v. Awdry, 5 Ves. 465: Giles y. 
Melsom, L. R. 5 C. P. 614; L. R. 6 C. P. 632; L. R. 6 H. L- 24; 42 
L. J. C. P. 122; nom. Melsom v. Giles, 40 L. J. C. P. 233; 39 lb. 325). 
Py. Bessant v. Nolle, 26 L. J. Ch. 236: Surtees v. Hopkinson, 36 L. J. 
Ch. 305 ; L. R. 4 Eq. 98: Like. 

Sometimes "as aforesaid" means **such" {Walker v. Petchell, 14 
L. J. C. P. 211; IC. B. 652). 

Covenant in a Lease to do works " in manner aforesaid " ; Fl Beer v. 
Santer, 10 C. B. N. S. 435. 

In a gift to testator's "aforesaid nephews and nieces," none having 
been mentioned, ** aforesaid " was rejected, and all the nephews and 
nieces were held to be included {Campbell v. Bouskell, 27 Bea. 325, 
cited 1 Jarm. 370). 

" Damage done by foresaid operations " ; F. Dixon v. White, 8 App. 
Ca. 833.' 

To assist in baiting Animals " as aforesaid," s. 3, 12 & 13 V. c. 92, 
refers back to all the conditions mentioned in the preceding part of the 
section, and therefore only created the offence of assisting when the bait- 
ing is in a place kept for the purpose {Clarke v. Hague, 29 L. J. M. C. 
105 ; 2 E. & K 281). F. Place. 

" As aforesaid," s. 6, Metrop. Man. Act, 1855; F. -B. v. Soulier, cited 
Bated or Assessed. 

It has been said that" the * aforesaid ' will, in an Indictment (if not in 
a Civil Action), refer to the last Count " (per Bliss, arg. Ryalls v. The 
Queen, 11 Q. B. 791, citing R. v. Richards, 1 Moo. & R. 177: R. v. 
Rhodes, Raym. Ld. 886: Sutton v. Fenn, 3 Wils. 339: Ross v. Morris, 
Cro. Eliz. 436: Childe v. Towers, lb. 311: Campbell v. The Queen, 11 
Q. B. 799). 

"Aforesaid," naturally refers to its immediate antecedent (per Den- 
man, C. J., Peake v. Screech, 7 Q. B. 610). 
Vh. 10 Rep. 138, 107; 8 lb. 47. 



AFORESAID 64 AFTERNOON 

For distinction between " in forma prtBdictd" and " in eddemformik "/ 
V. Co. Litt. 20 b. 

AFT.— F. Wind aft. 

AFTER. — Where an act has to be done within so many days 
"after" a given event, the day of such event is not to be reckoned, 
and the party to do the act has the whole of the last day of the pre- 
scribed time in which to do it (Williams v. Burgess^ 10 L. J. Q. B. 10; 
12 A. & E. 635: Robinson v. Waddington, 18 L. J. Q. B. 250); and 
if a time " after " an event has to expire before something else is done, 
that means clear time {Blunt v. Heslop, 7 L. J. Q. B. 216; 8 A. & E. 
577). 

F; At: Before: From: Of: On: Upon: Passing: Thereafter: 
Time, 

A Devise " after," or " from and after," a previous interest is not, b3'' 
such words, postponed in vesting (1 Jarm. 806, 816). 

" It was at one period doubted whether a devise to a person ' after ' 
Payment of Debts was not contingent until the debts were paid; but it 
is now well established that such a devise confers an immediately Vested 
Interest, — the words of apparent postponement being considered only as 
creating a Charge " (1 Jarm. 820: Vf. 2 lb. 585, 587, 600). 

Devise to A., "and after" him to B.; V, Donn v. Penny, 19 Ves. 
645. 

As to effect of testamentary gift " after " death ; V. 2 Jarm. 517, 522 : 
On : Before or After. 

" After default'."; V. Default. 

After Determination of Partnership; F. Daw v. Herring, cited Dur- 
ing, at end. 

Kecognizance or Deposit for Costs of Appeal to Quarter Sessions, s. 31 
(3), 42 & 43 V. c. 49, " after " the Notice, means after, for the Justices 
cannot fix the amount till they see the Grounds of the appeal; there- 
fore, an appeal is not in order when Justices have allowed a deposit 
before notice of appeal given (/?. v. Anglesey Jus,, 1892, 2 Q. B. 29; 61 
L. J. M. C. 143 ; 67 L. T. 322; 56 J. P. 552). 

" After the fact committed "; F. Fact. 

After-acquired Property, — in a Covenant to Settle; F. Entitled: 
Acquire: Agreed and declared: Already. 

AFTERNOON. — "The usual hours of the Morning and Afternoon 
Divine Service," in the form of an Alehouse License given in Sch. C, 
Alehouse Act, 1828, refers to those hours as commonly understood, and, 
qui Afternoon, they mean from 3 p. m. to about 5 p. M., and are not ex- 
tended by a usual Evening Service in the Parish Church (R. v. Knapp, 
2 E. & B. 447; 22 L. J. M. C. 139); In the Erie, J., said, " ' Afternoon ' 
has two senses. It may mean the whole time from Noon to Midnight; 



AFTERNOON 55 ACENT 

or, it may mean the earlier part of that time, as distinguished from 
the Evening." 

AFTERWARDS.— V. Chalmers v. North, 28 Bea. 175: but that 
case disapproved Druitt v. Seaward, 31 Ch. D. 234. 
V. Thebeafter to be born. 

AQAINST. — In a devise on marrying with consent followed by a 
gift over on marrying " against " consent, the latter word was construed 
as "without," to effect the alternative {Long v. EickettSy 2 Sim. & St. 
179. Vf. Creagh v. Wilson, 2 Vern. 573). 

To assert anything " against " another has, probably, a prima facie 
meaning of a contradiction of him; but the context or circumstances 
may show that it connotes a criminatory charge (Hughes v. Bees, 7 L. J. 
Ex. 268; 4 M. & W. 204). Cp. Accuse. 

" Party decided against," s. 34, Com. L. Pro. Act, 1854; F. Abbott v. 
Fearfj, 6 H. & N. 113; 29 L. J. Ex. 475. Vf, Party. 

A Proceeding " against " a Co, s. 87, Comp. Act, 1862, includes an 
application under s. 36, lb. (Re Onward Bg Socy, 1891, 2 Q. B. 463 ; 
60 L. J. Q. B. 752; Q5 L. T. 516; 40 W. R 26). 

F. Brought against : Pursuance. 

AQE. — V. Full Age: Discretion, at end. 
Age of Nurture; F. Nurture. 

AGED.— F. Sick. 

AGENCY TERMS. —F. Client: Usual Agency Terms: 1 Encyc 
199. 

AGENT. — " No word is more commonly and constantly abused than 
•agent'" (per Ld Herschell, Kennedy v. De Trafford, 66 L. J. Cb. 
417; 1897, A. C. 180). Sevfible, it is sometimes used as meaning, one 
who has no Principal, but who, on his own account, offers for sale some 
particular article having a special name ( Wheeler & Wilson v. Shake- 
spear, 39 L. J. Ch. 36). 

Where the witness to a Claim for the Lodger Franchise described 
himself therein as " Agent," he being in fact a registration agent, and 
the Eevising Barrister amended accordingly, although holding the origi- 
nal description sufficient; held, that the description of "Agent" was 
sufficient (Campbell v. Chambers, 22 L. R. Ir. 460). 

" Agent," in an Order for Inspection of Documents ; V. Draper v. 
Manchester, S. & L. Ry, 30 L. J. Ch. 236; 3 D. G. F. & J. 23: Bon- 
nardet v. Taylor, 30 L. J. Ch. 523; 1 J. & H. 383; 9 W. R. 452; 
3 L. T. 884: Gibney v. Clayton, 27 L. R. Ir. 75. 

The Managing Director of a Colliery Co, is its " Agent," qui Coal 
Mines Regn Act, 1887, as defined by s. 75 XStokes v. Checkland, 68 
L. T. 457; 57 J. P. 232; 17 Cox C. C. 631). V. Inspector. 

" Other Agent, " s. 75, Larceny Act, 1861, is to be read ejusdem 



AGENT 66 ACT AND PATIENT 

generis with the immediately preceding words, ''Banker, Merchant, 
Broker, Attorney," and only inclades an Agent whose husiness or pro- 
fession it is to receive money, securities, or chattels for safe custody, or 
other special purpose (B, v. PoHugaU 16 Q. B. D. 487 ; 55 L. J. Q. B. 
567; 34 W. R. 42; 50 J. P. 501: R. v. Kane, 17 Times E«p. 181). 
Note : that this section and s. 76 are replaced hy 1 Edw. 7, c. 10. 

House Agent's authority; V. Procure. 

A clause exonerating a Trustee from the acts of an Agent, only applies 
to acts within the legitimate scope of the Agency ( W'gman v. Patersan^ 
cited Beasokablt Kecessary). 

"Agent," ss. 41, 44, Income Tax Act, 1842; V. Grainger v. Gough, 
1895, 1 Q. B. 71; 64 L. J. Q. B. 193; 71 L. T. 802; 43 W. E. 184: Sv. 
S. a in H. L., 1896, A. C. 325 ; 65 L. J. Q. B. 410; 74 L. T. 435; 44 
W. R. 561. 

Agent to make payment so as to avoid Statute of Limitations; Fl 
Payment. 

"Agent in England," s. 21 (2), Co. Co. Admiralty Jurisdiction Act, 
1868, means. Agent qu^ the particular Vessel to which the cause relates 
(The City of Agra, cited Vessel). 

Agent of Necessity; F. Necessity. 

OtherStat.Def. — l&2V.c.74,s.7; 6 & 6 V. c. 99, s. 14; 7&8V. 
c. 15, s. 73; 8 & 9 V. c. 29, s. 2, c. 77, s. 9; 9 & 10 V. c. 95, s. 142; 
10 & 11 V. c. 38, s. 20; 13 & 14 V. c. 100, s. 9; 18 & 19 V. c. 108, s. 17; 
23&24V.C. 151,s. 7; 24 & 25 V. c. 117, s. 4; 30 & 31 V. c. 48, s. 3; 
35 & 36 V. c. 76, s. 72, c. 77, s. 41; 36 & 37 V. c. 67, s. 4. — Scot. 39 
& 40 V. c. 70, s. 3; 62 & 63 V. c. 47, s. 18. — Jr. 30 & 31 V. c. 44, s- 2; 
45 & 46 V. c 24, s. 1. 

" Agents "; F. 41 & 42 V. c. 76. s. 2. 

" Agents of the Candidates "; V, 35 & 36 V. c. 33, Ist Sch. 

V, Mercantile Aoent : Del Credere : Sole Agent : Banker : 
Partner: Own Consent: Signature. 

Note, As to implying an obligation on a Principal to supply his 
Agent with the things necessary for fulfilling the duties of the Agency; 
V. Turner v. Goldsmith, 1891, 1 Q. B. 544; 60 L. J. Q. B. 247; 64 L. T. 
301; 39 W. E. 547: Vf. Sole Agent. 

AGENT INTRUSTED. — " Agent Intrusted" with goods or docu- 
ments of title, within the Factors Act, 1877; F. MonkY. Whittenhury, 
2 B. & Ad. 484: Baines v. Swainson, 32 L. J. Q. B. 281; 4 B. & S. 270: 
Heyman v. Flewker, 32 L. J. C. P. 132; 13 C. B. N. S. 519: Cole v. 
NoHh Western Bank, 44 L. J. C. P. 233; L. R. 10 C. P. 354: Tremoille 
V. Christie, 69 L. T. 838: Seton, 4th Ed. 1097, 1098.— Vf. Intrusted: 
Factor: Mercantile Agent. 

AGENT AND PATIENT. — "Agent and Patient, is, when a man 
is the doer of a thing and the party to whom it is done; as, where a 



ACT AND PATIENT 67 AGGRIEVED 

woman endoweth herselfe of the fairest possession of her husband ; also, 
if a man bee indebted to another, and afterward he maketh the party to 
whom he is so indebted his exor, and djeth, the exor may retain so 
much of the goods of the dead in his hands as his owne debt amounteth 
unto, and by this Retainer hee is the Agent and the Patient, — that is to 
say, the party to whom the debt is due and the party that payeth the 
same " (Termes de la Ley). 

AGER. — ** An acre, a hide: Spelm. Seebohm says (Eng. Yill. Com. 
167), that ager, agellus, or agellulus, was the word used by the ecclesiasti- 
cal writers in the charters for the land belonging to a 'ham'" (Elph. 
559). 

AGGRAVATED. — ''Aggravated assatdt'* ; V. Holden v. King, 46 
L. J. Ex. 76: R. v. Sparrow, 8 Cox C C. 393; 30 L. J. M. C. 43; 3 L.T. 
446: 1 Encyc. 201. 

'' Aggravated offence of Drunkenness "; V, Army Discipline and 
Begn (Annual) Act, 1881, s. 4 (3). 

As to what amounts to " Aggravated Misconduct " on the part of a 
husband, disentitling him to participate in a fund to which his wife has 
an Equity to a Settlement; V. Beid v. Eeid, 55 L. J. Ch. 756; 33 
Ch. D. 220; 55 L. T. 153; 34 W. R. 715. 

Quk Prevention of Crime (Ir) Act, 1882, 46 & 46 V. c. 25, " 'Aggra- 
vated Act of Violence against the person,' means, an assault which 
either causes actual bodily harm, or grievous bodily harm, or is com- 
mitted with intent to cause grievous bodily harm " (s. 35). 

AG G REG ATE. — " Corporation Aggregate " ; F. Corporatioit. 

AGGRIEVE V. Injure. 

AGGRIEVED. — A person who has consented to a thing cannot be 
"aggrieved" by it (Harrop v. Bayley, 25 L. J. M. C. 107; 6 E. & B. 
218: but Cp. Exp, Poulton, inf.). 

As to meaning of ** person aggrieved " within R. 33, Trade Marks 
Eulesy Feb. 1883; V. Re Ralph, 53 L. J. Ch. 188; 25 Ch. D. 194: Re 
Palmer, 51 L. J. Ch. 673; 24 Ch. D. 504. It means there a person 
'injured or damaged in a legal sense; but a person carrying on business 
out of England is not necessarily excluded ( Re Riviere, 53 L. J. Ch. 
455, 578; 26 Ch. D. 48). So, in s. 90, Patents, &c Act, 1883, a 
" person aggrieved " by the registration of a Trade-Mark, is one who 
would be prevented by its registration from doing that which he other- 
wise lawfully could do, e.g. one in the same trade, whether he intends 
to compete qui* the particular article or not {Re Trade Mark, Normal, 
35 Ch. D. 231 : Re Gianaclis, 58 L. J. Ch. 782: Re Apollinaris Co, 
1891, 2 Ch. 186; 61 L. J. Ch. 625; 65 L. T. 6; 8 Pat. Ca. 137: Re 
European Blair Camera Co, 75 L. T. 63 : Powell v. Birmingham 
Vinegar Co, 1894, A. C. 8; 63 L. J. Ch. 152: Re Talbot, 63 L. J. Ch. 



AGGRIEVED 58 AGGRIEVED 

264: Re Verreries de VEtoile Socy, 1894, 2 Ch. 26; 63 L. J. Ch. 
381). 

As to a similar expression in s. 14, Copyright Act, 1842, 6 & 6 V. c. 45 ; 
V. Ex p. Hutchings and Bomer, 48 L. J. Q. B. 605 ; 4 Q. B. D. 483: 
Chappell V. Furdaij, 13 L. J. Ex. 7; 12 M. & W. 303: Exp. Walker, 
Re Graves, 39 L. J. Q. B. 31 ; 10 B. & S. 680 ; L. R. 4 Q. B. 715. In 
Ex p, Poulton (53 L. J. Q. B. 320) it was held that a person who him* 
self has made a wrongful entry, is entitled under the section just cited 
to apply for its rectification as one " aggrieved " thereby. 

For the purposes of an Appeal under the Intoxicating Liqiior Laws, a 
person " aggrieved " must be one who is " immediately aggrieved " ; and 
a rival innkeeper is not such a person by reason of a new license being 
granted within a short distance of his premises {R, v. Middlesex, 3 B. & 
Ad. 938 : that decision is inapplicable in Ireland, per Gibson, J., R, v. 
Armagh Jus,, 1897, 2 I. R. 75) : secus, probably, of a person who (at the 
same sessions ?) has been refused a license (per Littledale, J., R, v. 
Middlesex, sup., cited R, v. Deane, 2 Q. B. 100). A mortgagee is a per- 
son " aggrieved " by a refusal of a renewal license to his mortgagor, espe- 
cially when he is the irrevocable attorney of the mortgagor to keep alive 
the license (Garrett v. Marylebone, 53 L. J. M. C. 81; 12 Q. B. D. 620; 
32 W. R. 646 ; 48 J. P. 358) ; but an owner is not a person " aggrieved " 
by the indorsement of his tenant's license (-R. v. Andover, 55 L. J. M. C 
143; 16 Q. B. D. 711; 55 L. T. 23; 34 W. R. 456; 50 J. P. 549). 

For the purpose of an Appeal in Bankruptcy (s. 104 (2), Bankry Act, 
1883), a Trustee of a Deed of Arrangement may be a " person aggrieved " 
by a Receiving Order (Re Batten, Exp. Milne, 5S L. J. Q. B. 333). A 
Creditor is a " person aggrieved " by an Order of Discharge, or Scheme 
of Arrangement {Re Payne, 56 L. J. Q. B. 625; 18 Q. B. D. 154; 35 
W. R. 89: Re Langtry, 70 L. T. 736; 63 L. J. Q. B. 570; 42 W. R. 
496), even before the proof of his debt is completed {Re Langtry). So 
the Official Receiver, or the Board of Trade, may be a " person aggrieved " 
{Re Reed & Co, 19 Q. B. D. 174; m L. J. Q. B. 447; 56 L. T. 876; 
35 W. R. 660: Re Lamb, 1894, 2 Q. B. 805; 64 L. J. Q. B. 71; 71 
L. T. 312: Re Stainton, 19 Q. B. D. 182; 57 L. T. 202 ; 35 W. R. 667. 
Va. Re Sidehotham, 49 L. J. Bank. 41 ; 14 Ch. D. 458) ; so is a Bill of 
Sale holder when his document is the alleged act of bankry {Re Ellis, 
45 L. J. Bank. 64, 159; 2 Ch. D. 229, 797), or a third person whos^ 
title to property is affected by the adjudication {Ex p, Learoyd, Re 
Foulds, 48 L. J. Bank. 17; 10 Ch. D. 3: Is Re Whelan, 48 L. J. 
Bank. 43, an authority under the present Bankry Act ?) But a com- 
peting petitioning creditor cannot well be " aggrieved " by an adjudica- 
tion, even though it be effected by collusion with the debtor {Re White, 
Exp. Mason, 49 L. J. Bank. 56; 14 Ch. D. 71). 

Persons " aggrieved " by a Pauper Settlement Order, s. 2, 13 & 14 
Car. 2, c. 12, include the pauper as well as the parish {R. v. Hartfield, 



AGGRIEVED 59 AGGRIEVED 

Carth. 222 J 2 Bott. 940) ; but not mere ratepayers (^. v. Colheck, 12 A. 

6 E. 161 ; 9 L. J. M. C. 61 : R. v. Bishop Wearmouth, 5 B. & Ad. 942), 
unless there be no officers of their parish (/?. v. Westmoreland, 12 L. J. 
M. C. 113; 1 Bowl. & L. 178). 

A person " aggrieved " by diverting or stopping a Highwayj s. 88, 
5 & 6 W. 4, c. 50, does not include one who only uses the road as one of 
the general public; to bring a person within this phrase he must be 
living in the neighbourhood of the Highway, and in the habit of using 
it {R. V. Taunton, St. Mary, 3 M. & S. 465 : R. v. Incledon, 1 lb. 268 : 
R. V. Williamson, 7 T. R. 32 : R. v. Townsend, 5 B. & Aid. 420 : Vf. 
Glen on Highways, 2nd ed. 436). A Prosecutor whose Complaint is 
dismissed, cannot be a person " aggrieved,'' within s. 105 of that Act 
{R, V, London Jus.^ cited Determination). 

" Person aggrieved " by a Disallowance or Sur-Charge of an Auditor, 
8. 12, Loc. Gov. (Ir) Act, 1871, 34 & 35 V. c. 109; V. R. v. Drurj/, 1894, 
2 I. R. 489. 

As to who is " a party aggrieved," within s. 253, P. II, Act, 1875, by 
fabricating voting papers : V. Verdin v. Wray, 46 L. J. M. C. 170 ; 

2 Q. B. D. 608 ; 41 J. P. 484. The Clerk to a Local Board, who, fear- 
ing dismissal, resigns, is not, within that section, " a party aggrieved " 
by a disqualified person acting on the Board {Rochfort v. Atherley, 
1 Ex. D. 511). The servant of a Market Association is a "party ag- 
grieved " within that section, qui penalties prescribed in s. 13, Markets 
and Fairs Clauses Act, 1847 {Ross v. Taylerson, 62 J. P. 181). 

A " person aggrieved," within s. 33, Sum, Jur, Act, 1879, does not 
include one who is merely the owner of the soil on which the alleged 
offence, c.^. an Obstruction of a Street, has been committed by some 
one else {Drapers^ Co v. Haddon, 9 Times Rep. 36). 

The London Co, Co. are not entitled to " feel aggrieved," by a Parish 
Valuation of particular heredits, within s. 32, Valuation Metrop, Act, 
1869, 32 & 33 V. c. 67 {London Co. Co. v. St. George^ s Assessment Com- 
mittee, 1894, A. C. 600; 64 L. J. Q. B. 48 ; 71 L. T. 409). A person 
who has objected to a Rateable value only, cannot under this section be 
" aggrieved " by the Assessment Committee not entertaining an objec- 
tion qui Gross Value (/?. v. London Jus., 1897, 1 Q. B. 433 ; %Q L. J. 
Q. B. 262; 45 W. R. 247; 61 J. P. 228). 

" Whether the near relations of a person whose body has been disin- 
terred for dissection, are * parties aggrieved ' is doubtful " (Dwar. 689, 
690, citing R. v. Toole, 1 M. & R. 728). 

As regards a Qui Tam action ; F. Boyce v. Higgins, 23 L. J. C. P. 
5 : 14 C. B. 1 : Hollis v. Marshall, 27 L. J. Ex. 235 ; 2 H. & N. 755 : 
R. V. Blanshard, 30 J. P. 280: Robinson v. Carry, 50 L. J. Q. B. 561 ; 

7 Q. B. D. 465. 

Penalties, &c, to "party grieved," s. 3, Civil Procedure Act, 1833, 

3 & 4 W. 4, c. 42 ; V. Penalty. 



ACCRIEVED 60 AGREED 

Vh. 51 J. P. 705. Cp. Person interested. 

A person claiming to be "aggrieved," s. 105, P. H. Act, 1875, mast 
show that the nuisance was operative on the day aUeged (Hilton v. Hop* 
wood, 44 S. J. 90). 

AGIST. — " 'Agist/ signifieth in our Common Law, to take in and 
feed the Cattel of Strangers in the Ring's Forest, and to gather the 
money due for the same to the King's use, Charta de Foresta, 9 H. 3, 
c. 9. The officers that do this are called Ar/istors, in English, Guest- 
takers, Cromp. Jur. fol. 146. This word ' agist ' is also used for the 
taking in of other men's Cattel into any ground at a certain rate per week " 
(Cowel). In that secondary sense (omitting that the payment has to he 
" per week") the word is now generally used (R. v. Croft, 3 B. & Aid. 
177). It is paraphrased in s. 45, Agricultural Holdings (England) 
Act, 1883, which (without using the word) describes an Agistment as, 
" Where lite stock belonging to another person has been taken in by 
the Tenant of a Holding to be fed at a fair price agreed to be paid 
for such feeding by the owner of such stock to the tenant." 

The conditional exemption from Distress given by that section, does 
not apply to an Agreement from the tenant giving to another person 
" the exclusive right to feed the grass on the land for 4 weeks " ; for, in 
that case, the tenant does not " take in " the cattle, and he certainly does 
not take them in " to be fed," — the consideration he receives being in the 
nature of rent for use and occupation (Masters v. Green, 20 Q. B. D. 
807; 36 W. E. 691 ; 59 L. T. 476). 

Note. Cowel 's def is taken from Termes de la Ley, where it is said 
that '* the feed or herbage of the cattell is called Agistment.'' 
Vh. 1 Encyc. 204, 205. 

AGREE. — " Covenant, grant, and agree " ; V. Covenant. 
V. Agreement. 

AG REEABLY. — '* Agreeably to my wishes " ; V, Precatory Trust. 

AGREED. — In an Agreement the phrase " it is agreed," '' makes the 
words of the agreement those of both parties " (per Parke, B., Emmens 
V. Elderton^ 13 C. B. 531 ; 4 H. L. Ca. 667). 

" Agreed to buy " ; V. Buy. 

" Agreed Costs," as to when this phrase amounts to an Agreement 
IN WRITING between Solr and Client, F. Re Frape, 1893, 2 Ch. 284; 
62 L. J. Ch. 473 : and when not, V. Re Baylis, 1896, 2 Ch. 107 ; 65 
L. J. Ch. 612 ; 74 L. T. 506. 

'' 'As if the debtor had agreed to charge,' s. 13, Jdgmts Act, 1838, 
is only a method of expressing that the Charging Order is to affect the 
debtor's beneficial interest in the properties charged, — but nothing more 
(Scott V. Hastings, 4 K. & J. 633). The words define the extent and pri- 
ority of the Charge, but have no reference to the capacity of the Jdgmt 
Debtor " (per Lindley, L. J., Re Leavesley, cited Disposing Power). 



AGREED AND DECL'D 61 AGREEMENT 

AGREED AND DECLARED. — '' The rule is that where you have 
such words as ' It is herehy agreed and declared hetween and hy the 
parties to these presents,' that some one will do an act or make a pay- 
ment, — and that some one is a party to the deed, — it is a covenant by 
him with the others, not a covenant by all of them. Anything more 
absurd than to hold it a covenant by all of them could not be imagined. 
Suppose you had these words ; 'Provided always it is hereby agreed and 
declared between and by the parties to these presents that the said A. B. 
shall pay <£5000 to the said C. D. on the 6th of January next/ it would 
be absurd to say that this amounts to a covenant by C. D., the recipient 
of the money, that A. B. shall pay him, as well as a covenant by A. B. 
that he will pay him. If, therefore, we find that no act is to be done 
except by one of the parties, these words only amount to a covenant by 
that one party with the others " (per Jessel, M. R., Dawes v. Tredwell, 
18 Ch. D. 369; cited and applied by Kay, J., in Be De Bos, 55 L. J. Ch. 
73 ; 31 Ch. D. 81, and in who it was held, on the construction of the 
deed, that, the wife being an executing party, her after-acquired separate 
estate was bound, although the direct covenant to settle same was only 
entered into by the husband. Vf. Elph. 426, 502 : Bamsden v. Smithy 
23 L. J. Ch. 757; 2 Drew. 298: Butcher v. Butcher, 14 Bea. 222: Be 
irjSstampes, 53 L. J. Ch. 1117; 32 W. R. 978; 51 L. T. 502: thle 
was also decided by Kay, J., and in his jdgmt he reviews the previous 
authorities). In Be Haden (1898, 2 Ch. 220; 67 L. J. Ch. 428), car- 
ried the construction a little farther, for there the wife's after-acquired 
property was bound by her Marriage Settlement, to which she was an 
executing party, although the only words to bind it was a covenant by 
her (intended) husband that it " shall be settled," not saying by whom. 

AGREEMENT. — ^ Aggreamentum is a word compounded of two 
words, — viz., of aggregatio and mentium^ so that aggreamentum est 
aggregatio mentium in re aliqua facta vel facienda. And so by the con- 
traction of the two words, and by the short pronunciation of them, they 
are made one word, viz., aggreamentum^ which is ho other than an union, 
collection, copulation, and conjunction of two or more minds in any- 
thing done or to be done " (Beniger v. Fogossa, Plowd. 11 a, Va. Com. 
Dig. " Agreement " : per Ellenborough, C. J., Wain v. Warlters, 5 East, 
16; 2 Sm. L. C. 266: per Kekewich, J., Foster v. Wheeler, 57 L. J. Ch, 
151; 36 Ch. D. 698). In Wain v. WarUers, it was held that " Agree- 
ment," in the Statute of Frauds, meant the whole agreement, including 
the consideration for it: Va. obs of Cockburn, C. J., Williams v. Lake 
(29 L. J. Q. B. 1). But " the Agreement or Contract " justifying a 
stoppage out of wages under the Truck Act, 1831, s. 23, need not specify 
the amounts to be deducted (Cuttsv. ^arrf, cited Contract to Supply). 

As to the distinction between " Agreement " in s. 4, Stat, of Frauds, 
and " Bargain " in s. 17 lb.; V. Benj. 193, 194. Va. Bargain. 



AGREEMENT 62 AGRICULTURAL 

" Agreemeut " contrasted with " Conveyance " ; V. InL Rev. v. Angus, 
23 Q. B. D. 579. Vh. Assubaxce: Conveyance. 

The " Agreement " prescribed by s. 162, Comp. Act, 1862, must be 
between the Dissentient Shareholder and the Liquidator, or the Co {De 
Rosaz V. Anglo-Italian Bank, 38 L. J. Q. B. 161; L. R. 4 Q. B. 462); 
the Articles of Assn do not constitute such an agreement, as they are 
only a contract between Shareholders, inter se (JEley v. Positive Assrce, 
45 L. Q. B. 58, 451; 1 Ex. D. 20, 88 : Browne v. La Trinidad, 57 L. J. 
Ch. 292; 37 Ch. D. 1: Baring- Gould v. Sharpington Sj/nd., cited 
Called). 

Qui Stamp Act, 1891; F. Evidence of a Contract: Relating. 

r. Buy: Contract: Covenant. 

" Agreement to the contrary," s. 58, Landlprd and Tenant (Ir) Act, 
1870, 33 & 34 V. c. 46, means an Express agreement (Shearman v. 
Kelli/, Ir. Rep. 10 C. L. 326; 2 L. R. Ir. 415). 

Agreement to pay Interest; F. Williams v. Trench, cited Demand. 

Agreement for Lease; V. Lease. 

" Agreement for Sale " ; V. Sale. 

Stat. Def. — 11 & 12 V. c. 29, s. l. — Ir. 23 & 24 V. c. 154, s. 1. 

"Agreement in Writing"; quk Solr's Costs; "Contract in Writing"; 
" Consent or Agreement " ; F. In Writing. 

AQRICULTURAI An "Agricultural" Holding, s. 54, Agri- 
cultural Holdings (England) Act, 1883, " I take it refers only to land 
cultivated for profit in some way and not to natural grass land"; a 
" Pastoral " holding refers to grass land (per Stephen, Co. Co. J., Morley 
V. Jones, 32 S. J. 630. Vf. per Ld Fitzgerald, Westropp v. Elligott, 
9 App. Ca. 815; 52 L. T. 153; 14 L. R. Ir. 319). But a holding 
may be "wholly agricultural" or "wholly pastoral," within the sec- 
tion, though it include a house, if such house be merely auxiliary to 
the land with which it is held ; secus, where such house is independent 
of the land, and, a fortiori, if the house be the chief part of the holding 
(Morley V. Jones, sup.: Vf. Tillage: Pasture). Cp. Servant in 
Husbandry. Vh. Agricultural Holdings Act, 1900. 

Holding "not substantially either Agricultural or Pastoral in its 
character, or partly agricultural and partly pastoral," s. 5 (la, 2), Land 
Law (Ir) Act, 1896, 59 & 60 V. c. 47 ; V. Re Ryan and O'Brien, 1900, 
2 I. B. 539 : and as to the similar phrase in s. 40 (1 g), same Act ; 
V. Re Harrison, 1900, 1 1. E. 139. 

" Agricultural," s. 9, Land Law (Ir) Act, 1887, 50 & 51 V. c. 33, 
means " agricultural or pastoral, or partly agricultural and partly pas- 
toral " (s. 6, 59 & 60 V. c. 47); on wh def. V. Doyne v. Campbell, Ir. 
Rep. 9 C. L. 95: Boyle v. Foster, 30 L. R. Ir. 623: Bradley y. Johnston, 
lb. 632: Wall v. Eyre, 32 lb. 475 : Allen v. Grogan, lb. 179. 

" Used as an Ordinary Agricultural Farm," s. 9, Land Law (Ir) Act, 



AGRICULTURAL 68 AGRICULTURE 

1887; V, Macnamara y* Macnamara, 32 L. R. Ir, 1: Daly v, Wright, 
lb. 9. 

F. Full Agrtgultubal Rent. 

Qui Agricultural Rates Act, 1896, 69 & 60 V. c. 16, " ' Agricultural 
Land,' means any Land used as arable, meadow, or pasture ground 
only. Cottage Gardens exceeding ^ of an acre, Market Gardens, Nur- 
sery Grounds, Orchards, or Allotments; — but does not include laud 
occupied together with a house as a Park, Gardens (other than as 
aforesaid), Pleasure Grounds, or any land kept or preserved mainly or 
exclusively for purposes of Sport, or Recreation, or land used as a Race- 
Course " (s. 9). " Agricultural Laud," is in that Act contrasted with 
" Buildings," and therefore the exemption of one half of the Rates 
given by the Act applies only to land without any Buildings whatso- 
ever upon it (Smith v. Richmond, cited Market Garden). 

Quk Finance Act, 1894, "'Agricultural Propertt,' means, Agri- 
cultural Land, Pasture, and Wood Land; and also includes such Cot- 
tages, Farm Buildings, Farm-houses, and Mansion-houses (together with 
the lands occupied therewith) as are of a character appropriate to the 
property " (subs. 1 g, s. 22). 

" Agricultural Lauds and Heritages in Scotland " ; Stat. Def. 59 & 60 
V. c. 37, s. 1. 

" Agricultural Gang "; Stat. Def. 30 & 31 V. c. 130, s. 3. 

Qui Labourers (Ir) Act, 1883, 46 & 47 V. c. 60, " ' Agricultural 
Labourer,' means a person who habitually works for hirr in Agricul- 
tural Work, upon the land of some other person, and whose principal 
means of living is such hire ; and includes a Herdsman. The term does 
not include any person who is not paid for his labour by Wages " (s. 21) ; 
by s. 23, 48 & 49 V. c. 77, that def was narrowed aud qualified, but this 
was repealed by s. 4, 49 & 50 V. c. 69, which also provided that, " * Agri- 
cultural Labourer ' in the said Acts and in this Act shall mean, a man or 
woman who does Agricultural Work for hire, at any season of the year, 
on the land of some other person or persons ; and shall include Hand- 
loom Weavers and Fishermen doing agricultural work as aforesaid, aud 
shall also include Herdsmen." 

" Workmen in Agriculture "; V. Agriculture. 

"Agricultural Locomotive"; Stat. Def. 61 & 62 V. c. 29, s. 17 (1). 

A steam engine let and used for hauling straw and manure for farm- 
ing operations, and no other purpose, is within s. 32, Highway Act, 1878, 
as being a " Locomotive used solely for Agricultural Purposes " (Ellis 
V. Bulse, 23 Q. B. D. 24). 

AGRICULTURE. — In the Board of Agriculture Act, 1889, 52 & 
53V. c. 30, "'Agriculture,' includes 'Horticulture'" (s. 12): in the 
Small Holdings Act, 1892, 55 & 56 V. c. 31, " 'Agriculture' and 'Culti- 
vation,' shall iuclude Horticulture, and the use of laud for any purpose of 



AGRICULTURE 64 ALDERMAN 

husbandry, inclusive of the keeping or breeding of Live Stock, Poultry, 
or Bees, and the growth of Fruit, Vegetables, and the like " (s. 20). Va, 
quh Workmen in " Agriculture, " Workmen's Comp. Act, 1900, 63 & 64 
V. c. 22, 8. 1 (3). 

AID— V. In Aid. 

AID OR ABET. — '^To constitute an aider or abettor, some active 
steps must be taken, by word or action, with intent to instigate the 
principal or principals. Encouragement does not, of necessity^ amount 
to aiding and abetting. It may be intentional or unintentional. A man 
may unwittingly encourage another in fact by his presence, by mis- 
interpreted words or gestures, or by his silence or non-interference ; — 
or he may encourage intentionally by expressions, gestures, or actions, 
intended to signify approval. In the latter case he aids and abets; in 
the former he does not.' It is no criminal offence to stand by a mere 
passive spectator of a crime, even of a murder. Kon-interference to 
prevent a crime is not itself a crime. But the fact that a person was 
voluntarily and purposely present witnessing the commission of a crime, 
and offered no opposition to it, though he might reasonably be expected 
to prevent it, and had the power so to do or at least to express his dissent, 
might, under some circumstances, afford cogent evidence upon which a 
jury would be justified in finding that he wilfully encouraged, and so 
aided and abetted. But it would be purely a question for the jury 
whether he did so or not" (per Hawkins, J., R, v. Coney^ 51 L. J. M. C. 
78). In accordance with those principles the majority of the Court held, 
in the case cited, that the mere voluntary presence of persons at a prize- 
fight does not make them guilty of aiding or abetting an assault (51 L. J. 
M. C. 66; 8 Q. B. D. 534). Vh. Ex p. Whiteley, 39 J. P. 70; E. v. 
.Cheshire Jus., 40 J. P. 148: Barratt v. Burden, 63 L. J. M. C. 33. 

Aiding and abetting breach of s. 3, Licensing Act, 1872 ; V, Owen y. 
Langford, 55 J. P. 484. 

To aid or abet a Breach of an Injunction is Contempt op Court 
(Seaward v. Paterson, 1897, 1 Ch. 545 ; 66 L. J. Ch. 267 ; 76 L. T. 215 ; 
45 W. R. 610). V, S. C, cited Club. 

Cp, Counsel or Procure. 

AIDED "Aided" Police Force, s. 26 (1), 53 & 54 V. c. 45; V. 

R. V. W. Riding Co. Co., 1895, 1 Q. B. 805 ; 64 L. J. M. C. 95, 145 ; 
72 L. T. 520 ; 43 W. R. 386 ; 59 J. P. 340; 11 Times Rep. 311. 

AIM. — " With the aim of " ; V. View. 

AIR SPACE.— r. Ventilation. 

AIT. — V. Hath. 

ALDERMAN. — F. Outgoing Alderman: Senior. 



ALE 65 ALIENATION 

ALE. — F. Bebr: Spirituous Liquors. 

ALEHOUSE. — An "Alehouse" is a place (licensed under the Ale- 
house Act, 1828, and the Acts amending the same) where excisable 
liquors are sold, by retail, to be consumed on the premises. The word 
is, probably, synonymous with " Public-house " and " Tavern," which 
latter words were employed in the covenants under discussion in London 
and Suburban Land Co v. Field (60 L. J. Ch. 549; 16 Ch. D. 645; 
44 L. T. 444) and Bolt v. Collyer (50 L. J. Ch. 311 ; 16 Ch. D. 
718 ; 44 L. T. 214 ; 29 W. R. 502). 

A covenant in a Lease prohibiting the user of the premises " as a 
Public-house or Alehouse," will comprise a Beer-house (1 W. 4, c. 64, 
8. 31). 

V. Public-house : Beer-housb : Inn. 

ALIEN. -r" To Alien"; F. Alienation: Assign: Charge or 
Incumber. 

An Alien, is one who " is born out of the ligeance of our soveraigne 
lord the King " (Litt. s. 198 ; Vth. Co. Litt. 128 b, 129 a). Vh. Calvin's 
Case, 7 Rep. 1 : Collingwood v. Pace^ 1 Ventr. 422 : Doe d. Thomas v. 
Acktam, 2 B. & C. 779 : Isaacson v. Durant, 55 L. J. Q. B. 331; 17 Q. B. D. 
54 ; 54 L. T. 684; 34 W. R. 547 : 1 Encyc. 216, 217. 

" Aliens," s. 3, 13 G. 3, c. 21, is to be read as in the Genitive Case, 
and not as a separate word (Barrow v. Wadkin^ 24 Bea. 327). 

A Co domiciled in an Alien State at War with us, is an Alien Enemy, 
though the majority of its shareholders are subjects of the British Crown 
(per Mathew, J., Driefontein Mines v. Janson, cited War, following 
Socyfor Propagation of the Gospel v. Wheeler ^ 2 Gallison, 105). 

ALIENATION. — " 'Alienation,* is as much to say, as to make a 
thing another mans ; or to alter or put the possession of lands, or other 
things, from one man to another " (Termes de la Ley). 

To " alienate," or " anticipate," property, within a Clause of For- 
feiture on Alienation, does not mean the doing something which will 
accomplish an actual alienation, for that is prevented by the thing 
working a Forfeiture ; but it means, the doing that the purport and 
intent of which is Alienation, and which would effect that object but for 
the Forfeiture (Bamett v. Blake, 2 Dr. & Sm. 124; nom. Blake v. 
Bametty 31 L. J. Ch. 901). But if the person be not sui juris, — e.g. a 
Married Woman restrained from alienation, — then the execution of a 
Deed of Alienation works no Forfeiture, because the person has no dis- 
posing power over the property at all (Be Wormald, 59 L. J. Ch. 404 ; 
43 Ch. D. 630 ; 38 W. R. 425 ; 62 L. T. 423). 

A clause of Forfeiture on " Alienation " " will extend only to a dis- 
position by the Act of the Party, and not to a transfer by Operation of 
Law; unless it can be collected from the context that the term was in- 

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ALIENATION 66 ALIKE 

tended bj the settlor to have so wide a signification " (Lewin, 109, citing 
Dommett v. Bedford, 6 T. R. 684: Cooper v. WyaU, 5 Mad. 482: Ex p. 
Eyston^ 47 L. J. Bank. 62; 7 Ch.D.145: Vf. Assignment). Therefore 
bankruptcy at the suit of creditors is not such an alienation {Lear v. 
Leggett, 2 Sim. 479, and other cases cited, Lewin, 109) ; secus, if the 
bankruptcy, or other cessio bonorum, be on the petition of the benefi- 
ciary (Be Amherst, 41 L. J. Ch. 222; L. R. 13 Eq. 464: Sv. Ex p. 
Dawes, Be Moon, 17 Q. B. D. 275: Vf Lewin, 111: 2 Jarm. 33, 34). 
A mere Declaration of Insolvency is not an alienation or attempt at 
alienation (Graham v. Lee, 26 L. J. Ch. 395; 23 Bea. 388), nor is 
Seizure under a Judicial Process (R. v. Robinson^ Wight. 386). 

A general alienation tn /w^wro, — e.g. a covenant to settle, — will 
not embrace an Interest which would be forfeited thereby (Re CrawsKay, 
1891, 3 Ch. 176 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 583 ; 39 W. R. 682). 

As to a Warrant of Attorney, or Marriage, being an alienation ; Fl 
Lewin, 109. 

Until the forfeiture has become actually operative, — e.g. by income 
becoming due after its occurrence, — it may be avoided by the annul- 
ment of its cause (White v. Chitty, 35 L. J. Ch. 343 ; L. R. 1 Eq. 372: 
Lloyd V. Lloyd, L. R. 2 Eq. 722 : Ancona v. Waddell, 48 L. J. Ch. 115 ; 
10 Ch. D. 157 : Re Pamham, 46 L. J. Ch. 80 : Vf Bankruptcy) ; 
secus, when it has become actually operative (Robertson v. Richardson, 
30 Ch. D. 623 ; 55 L. J. Ch. 275 : Re Pamham, 41 L. J. Ch. 292 ; L. R. 
13 Eq. 413: Trappes v. Meredith, 41 L. J. Ch. 237; 7 Ch. 248: Re 
Metcalfe, 1891, 3 Ch. 1 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 647: Re Loftus-Otway, 1895, 
2 Ch. 235 ; 64 L. J. Ch. 529 ; 43 W. R. 501). A forfeiture is not 
avoided because the fact creating it occurred before the defeasible interest 
was created (Manning v. Chambers, 16 L. J. Ch. 245 ; 1 D. G. & S. 282. 
V. Shall). 

FA. Co. Litt. 118 b. Fl Anticipation : Assign : Dispone : Trans- 
fer: Permit: Suffer: Would: Restraint on Alienation: For- 
feiture : Legal Disability : Godefroi, ch. 42. 

" By Alienation, or by any title not conferring a New Succession," 
8. 15, 16 & 17 V. c. 51, — there, " Alienation " is at large, and stands 
unqualified by the words " not conferring a New Succession " (per Lds 
Herschell and Macnaghten, Wolverton v. A-G., cited New Succession, 
dissenting from Jessel, M. R., Re Cooper and Allen, 46 L. J. Ch. 133 ; 
4 Ch. D. 802). 

ALIKE. — A testamentary gift to two or more "alike," or "to be 
enjoyed alike," is synonymous with its being given Equally, and creates 
a tenancy in common (per Mansfield, C. J., Loveacres v. Blight, Cowp. 
357. Vf Thorowgood v. Collins, Cro. Car. 75 : Page v. Page, 2 P. Wms. 
489, cited 2 Jarm. 258. In Thorowgood v. Collins, the words to be con- 
strued were " part and part-like "). V. Share axd Share Alike. 



ALIMONY 6T ALL 

ALI MON Y. — " * Alimony, * signifies that allowance which a married 
woman sues for on separation from her husband " (Cowel). 

As to construction and force of Covenants in a Separation Deed, qu^ 
Alimony ; V. Gandy v. Gandy, 51 L. J. P. D. & A. 41 ; 7 P. D. 77, 168 ; 
64 L. J. Ch. 1154; 30 Ch. D. 57: Bishop v. Bishop, 1897, P. 138; 
66 L. J. P. D. & A. 69; 76 L. T. 409; 45 W. R. 567: Judkins v. 
Judkins, 66 L. J. P. D. & A. 76. 

Alimony qua Divorce ; V, Dixon on Divorce, ch. 8 : 1 Encyc. 218-221. 

ALIVE. — Bom alive ; V. Born, at end. 
V. If alive: Living. 

ALKALI WORK. — Stat. Def ., 26 & 27 V. c. 124, s. 3 ; 44 & 45 V. 
c 37, 8. 29. 

ALL. — " Qui omne dicit, nihil excludit "/ therefore, omnes viduce, 
Statute of Mkrton, c. 2, included all kinds of Dower, though there were 
five (2 Inst. 81). 

" All " is equivalent to " each and every " ( V. jdgmt of Ld Fitz- 
gerald, Burnett v. G. N. of Scotland By, 54 L. J. Q. B. 539) ; but by 
a context, it may mean " any " (1 Jarm. 504). 

And " All " will sometimes mean " any of them " {Jarman v. Vye, 
35 L. J. Ch. 821; L. R. 2 Eq. 784). 

A testamentary gift of " All," without more ; held, indefinite and void 
{Bowman v. Milbanke, 1 Lev. 130; Sid. 191; Raym. T. 97; cited and 
commented on, 1 Jarm. 357, 358) ; " however, such a decision as that 
cannot be considered an authority now " (per Malins, V. C, Smyth v. 
Smyth, 8 Ch. D. 567). 

" The words 'All his Estate' will pass everything a man has " (per 
Mansfield, C. J., Hogan v. Jackson, 1 Cowp. 306). So of the words 
** All I am worth " (ffuxstep v. Brooman, 1 Bro. C. C. 437, cited and com- 
mented on, 1 Jarm. 738, 739), or " All I have " (per Bayley, J., Doe v. 
Morgan, 6 B. & C. 518; 9 D. & R. 633). 

" But if the word * All ' is coupled with the word * Personal,* or a local 
description, there, the gift will pass only personalty, or the specific estate 
particularly described " (per Mansfield, C. J., Hogan v. Jackson, sup.). 
Thus " All my Effects " will not pass realty {Henderson v. Farbridge, 
IRuss. 479; cited.l Jarm. 742: Vf. Effects). Qy. will such words 
as " All that I possess " or " all that I am or may die possessed of" pass 
Realty? Cp. Noel v. Hoy, 6 Mad. 38 : Thomas v. Phelps, 4 Rusa. 348 : 
Wilce V. Wdce, 6 Moore & P. 682 ; 7 Bing. 664 ; 9 L. J. 0. S. C. P. 197 : 
Evans v. Jones, 46 L. J. Ex. 280 : Day v. Daveron, 12 Sim. 200 ; 10 L. J. 
Ch. 349, and Davenport v. Coltman, 11 L. J. Ch. 262 ; 12 Sim. 588 ; 
9 M. & W. 481 : with Monk v. Mawdsley, 1 Sim. 286 : and Cook v. 
Jaggard, 35 L. J. Ex. 76; L. R. 1 Ex. 125; and V. these cases stated 



ALL 68 ALL 

1 Jarm. 730, 731, 739-742: Vf. Wilde v. HoltzmeyeVy cited Possessed 

OF. 

Wliere a testator made a specific devise of part of his realty and, by a 
subsequent part of the same Will, made another devise of " all his real 
and personal estate " ; — held, that " all " meant " all the Residue " 
{Doe d. Snape v. Nevell, 17 L. J. Q. B. 119 ; 11 Q. B. 466). So the gen- 
erality of a devise of " all my Lands " may be restricted by the context 
{Re PoHal and Lamb, 54 L. J. Ch. 1012 ; 30 Ch. D. 60). But in Kinrj 
v. George (4 Ch. D. 435; 5 lb. 627 ; 46 L. J. Ch. 670) a bequest of 
" All that I have power over, namely, plate, linen," &c was an uu- 
limited residuary gift, and not restricted to the classes of goods enumer- 
ated ; so, a bequest of " All my Money, £40, in the Exeter Land Socy," 
passed all the property the testatrix had in the Socy {Lane v. IFay, 
W. N. (71) 117 ; 19 W. R. 842). Va. Sidgreaves v. Brewer, 49 L. J. 
Ch. 514; 15Ch. D.594. 

" All Property not specifically hereinbefore mentioned " ; V, Archhold 
Y* Austin-Gourlaj/, 5 L. R. Ir. 214. 

" All Rent and Arrears of Rent " ; V. Rent, towards end. 

" All the Rest "; F. Rest. 

As to the eflBcacy of " All the Rest " to pass lapsed legacies ; F. Re 
Fringle, 17 Ch. D. 819 ; 50 L. J. Ch. 689. F. Rest. 

When " all " is found in conjunction with specified property, — e.g. 
"all my property in the Funds," — the bequest is specific {Hayes v. 
Hayes, 5 L. J. Ch. 243 ; 1 Keen, 97 : Vincent v. Newcombe, Younge, 
699) ; so, of the phrase " all my Shares and Stock " {Bothamley v. 
Sherson, cited Specific). 

F Estate and Interest. 

" All my Property, Leasehold and Freehold " ; held, to pass all the 
Personalty, as well as all the Realty {Re Roberts, Kiff v. Roberts, bo 
L. J. Ch. 628; 54 L. T.386; 34 W. R. 626; affd. 55 L. T. 498; 35 
W. R. 176). " All my Property, Brewery, &c " ; F. Waite v. Morland, 
cited Brewery. Vf, Property : My. 

" All my Just Debts " ; F Debts. 

" The question must always be one of intention, but the rule is, — 
that the presumption is against an intention to charge lands spe- 
cifically devised, and that a mere Charge * on all my lands,' is not 
sufficient to rebut that presumption " (per Ld Cranworth, Gonron v. 
Conron, 7 H. L. Ca. 168, cited by Ld Herschell, Bank of Ireland v. 
McCarthy, 1898, A. C. 181 ; 67 L. J. P. C. 13 ; 77 L. T. 777, his lordship 
adding that the rule is founded on Spofig v. Spong, 3 Bligh, K S. 84 ; 
1 Dow & CI. 365). 

" All my Land at S. " ; F. My. 

" All my Moneys " ; F. Money. 

As to effect of Revocation of " All Wills, &c *' ; F. Re Kingdon, 65 
L. J. Ch. 598 ; 32 Ch. D. 604 : Revoke. 



ALL 69 ALL AND EVERY 

Ajs to the once held invalidity on account of vagueness tbrougl) the 
unqualified use of " All," especially in an Assignment of future things; 
V. Bddlng v. Bead, 34 L. J. Ex. 212 ; 3 H. & C. 955; 11 Jur. K S. 
547 : but that case is overruled by Tailby v. Official Receiver ^ 58 L. J. 
Q. B. 75 ; 13 App. Ca. 623. Va. Re Clarke, 66 L. J. Ch. 981 ; 36 Ch. D. 
348 : Re Kdcey, 1899, 2 Ch. 530 ; 68 L. J. Ch. 742 ; 81 L. T. 354 ; 
48 W. R. 69: Vagub: Future. 

A Power of Attorney to receive " all " Debts, does not authorize the 
endorsement of Negotiable Securities {Hogg v. Snaith, 1 Taunt. 349: 
Jf array v. East India Co^ 5 B. & Aid. 204), not even if there is added 
power " to transact all Business " (Ifay v. Goldsmidty referred to in 
Hogg V. Snaith, sup.). 

" All other Conditions as per Charter-Party " ; F. Other. 

An Agreement by one of several defts to pay the Costs of " all the 
defts," means, " of all or any of the defts " ( Vesey v. Mantell, 11 L. J. 
Ex. 99; 9 M. & W. 323). 

" All Notes," 3 & 4 Anne, c. 9; V. Milne v. Graham, 1 B. & C. 192. 

" All Powers ** enabling ; V. Enabling. 

" All Proceedings " in R. 1, Ord. 65, R. S. C, means all proceedings 
in respect of which there is an existing jurisdiction as to Costs {Be 
Mills, 56 L. J. Ch. 60). 

The genendity of " all Criminal Proceedings, " s. 6, Crim. Ev. Act, 
1898, over-rides special provisions of prior Acts, and applies all the pro- 
visions of the Act to every kind of criminal trial {Chamock v. Mer- 
chant, 1900, 1 Q. B. 474 ; 69 L. J. Q. B. 221 ; S2 L. T. 89; 48 W. R. 
334; 64 J. P. 183). 

" All Purposes " ; F. Purposes. 

" All Rates made for the relief of the Poor, " which are to be paid to 
qualify for the parliamentary franchise, s. 3 (3), 30 & 31 V. c. 102, 
means only those made since the 5th January of the year preceding the 
qualifying year {Cull v. Austin, Austin y. Cull, 41 L. J. C. P. 153 ; L. B. 
7 C. P. 227). 

An Agreement to pay " all Damages," qui Ships, overrides the limits 
of damages prescribed by s. 54, 25 & 26 V. c. 63 {The Satanita, 1895, 
P. 248 ; 64 L. J. P. D. & A. 96 ; 72 L. T. 316; 43 W. R. 498 ; affd. in 
H. L. 1897, A. C. 59 ; 66 L. J. P. D. & A. 1 ; 75 L. T. 337). 

A stipulation to accept a cargo on receipt of " all the Shipping Docu- 
ments,'* will be satisfied by production of three, of the five, parts of the 
Bill of Lading, if the sellers are unable to supply more {Cederberg v. 
Borries\ 2 Times Rep. 201). 

F". Engagement : Interest : Money : Real and Personal Es- 
tate: Ways: Whole. 

ALL AND EVERY. — For an illustration of effect of this phrase, 
V. Re Sibley, 46 L. J. Ch. 387 ; 5 Ch. D. 494 ; Sv. that decision, as based 



ALL AND EVERY 70 ALLODIAL 

on this phrase, criticised by Kay, J., in Re Webster^ 52 L. J. Ch. 768 ; 
23 Ch. D. 737. 

A bequest to A. and after lier decease to ** all and every her child and 
children, and his, her and their exs, ads and assigns, for his, her and 
their own absolute use and benefit " ; held, to create a joint tenancy in the 
children {Morgan v. Britten^ L. R. 13 Eq. 28 ; 41 L. J. Ch. 70 : Billing 
V. Billingj 11 Times Rep. 502 ; nom. Binning v. Binning, W. N. (95) 
116). 

A Power to appoint to " all and every " of a Class, means, that each 
member must have a share {Kemp v. Kemp^ 5 Ves. 857, 858). Va. 
Among: Such. 

ALL FAULTS F. Faults. 

ALL I AM WORTH V. Wobth: All. 

ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES. — An act disgavelling lands 
to " all intents and purposes," and declaring that they should be " de- 
scendible as lands at Common Law,'' was held only to disgavel qua 
descent ( Wiseman v. Cotton, 1 Lev. 80). 

Vh. Railton v. Woody cited Distbess. 

V. Void. 

ALL MATTERS IN DIFFERENCE.— F. Cause: Consent. 

ALL THE ESTATE.— r. Estate, towards end. 

ALL THE REST.— F. Rest: All. 

ALL TIMES. — F. At all Times: At all Times of Tidb. 

ALLEGE. — "Alleged adulterer,'' s. 28, Matrimonial Causes Act, 
1857; R. 4, Divorce Rules, 1865, — means only the person alleged by the 
husband to be an adulterer with his wife; not a person against whom 
that allegation has been made (even though by the wife) on evidence 
which the husband may reasonably regard as insufficient {Saunders v. 
Saunders, 1897, P. 89; 66 L. J. P. D. & A. 57; 76 L. T. 330; 45 W. R. 
683, overruling Jones v. Jones, 1896, P. 165; (j5 L. J. P. D. & A. 101). 

" Alleging himself a Candidate "; F. Candidate. 

" Alleged Coxtributory "; Stat. Def., 20 & 21 V. c. 78, s. 15. 

" Alleged Lunatic "; Stat. Def., 34 & 35 V. c. 22, s. 2. 

F. As alleged : Supposed. 

ALLEGIANCE. — " 'Allegiance' is such natural or legal obedience 
which every Subject owes to his Prince " (Termei de la Ley). 

ALLODIAL. — Allodial, or "Allodian," Lands, "are free lands 
which pay no Fines or Services" (Cowel). Vf, Jacob: 2 Bl. Com. 
47, GO : 1 Encyc. 225 : Alodium. 



ALLOT n ALLOW 

ALLOT.— ' Set out, allot, and award "j V. Set Out. 

ALLOTMENT. — " Allotments from time to time held by the Trus- 
tees " in a Land Socy ; V. Hill v. Crank, 68 L. T. 551; 62 L. J. Q. B. 
145. 

" Allotment," qui Inclosure; V. It. v. Pitt, 6 B. & Ad. 565: Doe d. 
Harris v. Saunder, 5 A. & E. 664. 

For the legislation as to Allotments, V. 1 Encyc. 226-231. 

Stat. Def . — 50 & 51 V. c. 26, s. 4, c. 48, s. 17 ; 54 & 55 V. c. 33, s. 2 ; 
56 & 57 V. c. 73, s. 9 (16). — Scot. 55 & 56 V. c. 54, s. 16. 

" Allotment Trustees "; V. 36 & 37 V. c. 19, s. 1. 

V. Gabbbn: Holding: On Allotment. 

ALLOW. — To "allow" a thing to be done or omitted, there must 
bo some direct, or indirect, sanction of it ; — unlike the mere responsi- 
bility of an Innkeeper if ^e " suffer " things contrary to the Licensing 
Acts, an innocent Owner of a Ship does not " allow '* her " to be so loaded 
as to submerge in salt water the centre of the disc," s. 28, 39 & 40 
Y. c. 80, by the mere fact that the Master knew of such overloading, 
even though the Master was appointed by the Owner {Massey v. Mor- 
riss, 1894, 2 Q. B. 412; 63 L. J. M. C. 185; 70 L. T. 873; 6S J. P. 
673). So, a Surveyor does not "allow" an obstruction on a Highway 
" to remain there," s. 56, Highway Act, 1835, when he has no knowledge 
of it, or, at any rate, when he has no means of knowing it {Hardcastle v. 
Hielby, 1892, 1 Q. B. 709; 61 L. J. M. C. 101 ; 66 L. T. 343; 56 J. P. 
549). Vf. per Cockbum, C. J., Hipkins v. Birmingham Gas Co, 6 H. 
& N. 253. Cp, Permit : Suffer : Obstruct. 

The power to " allow Costs," s. 116 (2), Co. Co. Act, 1888, " means not 
onl}' that the Court may give Costs, but may also say on what Scale they 
are to be " (per Field, J., Bazett v. Morgan, 59 L. J. Q. B. 44; 24 Q. B. D. 
48 ; 61 L. T. 434 ; 38 W. R 108, applying Neaves v. Spooner, 36 
W. R. 257; 58 L. T. 164); and such an Order is unappealable, unless 
with leave, because it is in the " dlscretion " of the Court under s. 49, 
Jud. Act, 1873 {Bazett v. Morgan). 

The provision in s. 118 of that Act, which prohibits a Solr from 
recovering from his Client Costs in a Co. Co. action " unless they shall 
have been allowed on taxation,^* does not apply where no application to 
tax has been made (Cubisonr. Mayo, 1896, 1 Q. B. 246; 65 L. J. Q. B. 
267; 44 W. R. 473; 74 L. T. ijo: Vf. Boydell v. Millar, 60 L. J. Q. B. 
251; 64 L. T. 299 ; 39 W. R. 335). 

Where an Officer of a Local Authority is to be "allowed," "not 
exceeding " a stated time for a vacation, that does not, necessarily, mean 
that he is " entitled to " that much time for holiday (Henry v. Antrim, 
1900, 2 I. R. 547). 

" First allow my lawful Debts to be paid," in a Will disposing of 



ALLOW 72 ALMS 

Realty and Personalty, creates a Charge of the debts on the Realtor 
{Elliott V. Montgomery^ Ir. Rep. 5 Eq. 214). 

ALLOWANCE. — A mere "Allowance," agreed to by a Lessor by a 
memorandum on the lease, does not operate as a reduction of the rent 
reserved, but only as an independent agreement (Davies v. Stacey, 9 L. J. 
Q. B. 393 ; 12 A. & E. 606 ; 4 P. & D. 157). 

ALLOWANCES " Allowances," s. 189, P. H. Act, 1875 ; F. Bur- 
gess y. Clark, 14 Q. B. D. 735: Edwards v. Salmon, 58 L. J. Q- B. 
571; 23 Q. B. D. 531; 38 W. R. 166: Whiteleyy. Barley, 57 L. J. 
Q. B. 643; 21 Q. B. D. 164 ; 36 W. R. 823; 52 J. P. 695: B. v. Barns- 
gate, 58 L. J. Q. B. 352; 23 Q. B. D. 66. 

V. Just Allowances. 

ALLOWING V. Being. 

« 

ALLOWS V. So FAR AS. 

"Where the Context allows"; F. Birmingham Breweries v. Jam&- 
son, cited Spirituous Liquors. 

ALLUVION. — V. Imperceptible: Increase: 1 Encyc. 231. 

ALMANAC. — The Almanac of which the Court has to take notice 
for determining on which Day of the Week a given day of the month 
falls {R. V. Dyer, 6 Mod. 41), or, when a Feast, or Sunday, happens 
{Harvey v. Broad, lb. 159, 160, 196), is that which is annexed to the 
Book of Common Prayer {Brough v. Perkins^ lb. 80, 81). Vf^ Calen- 
dar (New Style) Act, 1750, 24 G. 2, c. 23: Phil. Ecc. Law, 781: 
Michaelmas. 

ALMOIN.— F. AuMONE. 

ALMS. — The disqualification to be enrolled as a Burgess of an In- 
corporated Borough arising from the receipt of " parochial relief or other 
Alms " (5 & 6 W. 4, c. 76, s. 9, and now by 32 & 33 V. c. 55, s. 1), applies 
only to such alms as are parochial (JS. v. Lichfield, 11 L. J. Q. B. 122; 
2 Q. B. 693 ; 2 G. & D. 10). But as regards the Parliamentary franchise, 
the disqualification arises from the receipt of '' parochial relief or other 
alms, which by law of parliament now disqualify from voting ^^ (Rep. 
People Act, 1832, s. 36) ; and that amplification differentiates the parlia- 
mentary from the municipal disqualification, and alms which will dis- 
qualify for the parliamentary franchise are not confined to those that are 
parochial : but any alms of a precarious tenure to persons so indigent that 
they are dependent on the charity, will work the latter disqualification 
(Smith V. Hall, 33 L. J. C. P. 59; 15 C. B. K S. 485; 12 W. R. 172: 
Harrison v. Carter, 46 L. J. C. P. 57; 2 C. P. D. 26; 25 W. R. 182: 
Baker v. Monmouth, 34 W. R. 64 ; 53 L. T. 668 : Dix v. Kent, 63 L. T. 



ALMS 78 ALONGSIDE 

641; 7 Times Rep. 46: Edwards v. Lloyd, 57 L. J. Q. B. 121 ; 20 Q. B. 
D. 302 ; 58 L. T. 409 ; 52 J. P. 519 : Cowen v. Kingstovrupon-Hull, 1897, 

1 Q. B. 273; 66 L. J. Q. B. 185; 75 L. T. 593 ; 45 W. R. 413. Smith v. 
Hall and Cowen v. Kingston, were cases in each of which the charity 
was held not disqualifying Alms). Vf. Rogers, 196-200: Paboghial 
Relief. 

Cp. Charity : Divine Service. 

ALMSHOUSE V. Hospital: 1 Encyc 233. 

ALNETUM. — " A wood of elders " (Touch. 95: Va. Co. Litt. 4 b). 

ALODIUM. — "In Domesday, alodium (in a large sense) signifieth 
a free manner, and alodiarii or alodaril, lords of the same ; and lanno- 
munni there signifie lords of a manner, having socam et sa^^am de tenent- 
ibus et hominibus suis" (Co. Lit. 5 a). "The old translation of the 
Saxon laws, useth this word for Bocland " (Cowel). F. Allodial. 

ALONE. — " Alone, or together with," in Kame and Arms clause; 
V. Name. 

ALONG. — V. Through. 

ALONQ WITH.— "Along with any other Persons," R. 11, Ord. 
21, R. S. C; r. Dear v. Sworder, 4 Ch. D. 482; 46 L. J. Ch. 100: Vf. 
Ann. Pr. 

" Along with other Sums " construed "in addition to," not as " in- 
cluding" {PUkington v. Myers, 8 L. T. 720). 

ALONGSIDE. — Cargo "shall be Brought Alongside" for ship- 
ment, in a Charter-party, means that the charterer is to bring the cargo 
as near to the ship as practicable, and it is for the jury to say whether 
that has been done {Ifolman v. Da^snieres, 2 Times Rep. 480, 607). 
Vh, Fletcher v. Gillesjrie, 3 Bing. 635 : Trindade v. Levy, 2 F. & F. 441 : 
Stephens v. Wintringham, 3 Com. Ca. 169 : Isis S. S. Co v. Bahr, 1899, 

2 Q. B. 364; 68 L. J. Q. B. 930; affd. in H. L. 1900, A. C. 34<0; 69 
L. J. Q. B. 660; 5 Com. Ca. 277: At: Cargo: Sv. Carver, 283. 

Consignee to take Cargo "from alongside Ship," means, a joint 
operation between the Owners and Consignee, and, if either be unready, 
the other is not called on to begin ; but this provision in a Charter- 
party does not exclude a custom in the Wood Trade in the Port of 
London which imposes on the ship Owner the obligation to discharge a 
cargo of Long Lengths of Timber into lighters {Aktieselkah-Helios v. 
Ekman, 1897, 2 Q. B. 83; 66 L. J. Q. B. 539; 76 L. T. 537; 2 Com. 
Ca. 163). But cargo (of Timber) " to be taken from alongside the 
Steamer, at Charterer's Risk and Expense, any custom of the Port to 
the contrary notwithstanding," excludes that custom, and the shipowners 



ALONGSIDE 74 ALSO 

perform their duty when they (according to the general meaning of " along- 
side ") deliver the cargo over the ship's rail (Brenda S. S, Co v. Green, 
1900, 1 Q. B. 518; 69 L. J. Q. B. 445; 82 L. T. 66; 48 W. R. 321; 
5 Com. Ca. 195). 

V, Fbee Alongside. 

ALREADY.— "Already," — e.^. "already in Practice," s. 14, 55 
G. 3, c. 194, — does not mean at some time previously hut, means at 
the time stated and immediately preceding thereto (Apothecaries Co v. 
Eobijy 5 B. & Aid, 949). 

A Second Series of a Go's Debentures made subject to the " Deben- 
tures already issued, or such of them as are now outstanding," will be 
postponed to the whole of the First Series, whenever issued, that are for 
the time being " outstanding," — i.e. not paid o£E (Lister v. Lister^ 62 
L. J. Ch. bij^', 68 L. T. 826; 41 W. R 330). 

A Covenant by husband and wife to settle all the wife's after-acquired 
property " not being already settled for her Separate Use," does not bind 
property subsequently bequeathed to her for her separate use (Coventry 
V. Coventry, 32 Bea. 612). Vf. Kane v. Kane, cited Settled: Va, 
Settle. 

"Already defined ^^ \ V. Shanghai Corp, v. McMurray, cited Ex- 
tension. 

" Will, already made "; F. Will. 

" Already built "; Stat. Del, 7 & 8 V. c. 84, s. 2. 

ALSO. — " Also," or " And Also," may be (1) the beginniug of an 
entirely independent sentence, or (2) a copulative carrying on the sense 
of the immediately preceding words into those immediately succeeding. 
If the latter, the conditions of the preceding words would be read into 
those succeeding. Thus, " I give Blackacre to C. and his heirs, and also 
Whiteacre," gave C. the fee in Whiteacre (per Levinz, J., 1 Jarm. 497, n. .• 
Vf, Hopewell v. Ackland, 1 Salk. 239: Willis v. Ourtois, 1 Bea. 189; 
8 L. J. Ch. 105). Of course no such construction obtains when " Also " 
is the commencement of an independent sentence (Doe d. Ellam v. 
Westley, 4 B. & C. 667; 7 D. & R. 112: on whv Wms. Exs., 8th Ed., 
1087: IJarm. 497). 

Words importing a tenancy in common in one bequest will not be 
extended by implication to another bequest which is merely connected 
with the former by " also " (2 Jarm. 256, citing Cookson v. Bingham^ 
17 Bea. 262; 23 L. J. Ch. 127). 

A general description of property introduced by " And also " or the 
like, and following a particular description, will usually receive an ejus- 
dem generis interpretation (El ph. 173 et seq). 

" Also," s. 8, Clergy Discipline Act, 1892, means that the Bishop may 
depose the offending Clergyman " in addition to " the original sentence 



ALSO 75 ALTERATION 

(per Esher, M. R., R. v. Durham, Bp., 1897, 2 Q. B. 414; m L. J. 
Q. B. 826j 77 L. T. 190; 46 W. R. 36). 
F. Likewise. 

ALTAR. — F. Faulkner Y. Litchfield, 1 Rob. Ecc. 213-230, 243-255: 
Communion Table. 

ALTARAQIUM. — "Properly, that which is offered on the altar, 
and the profit which arises to the priest by reason of the altar ; Spelm. 
It is sometimes said to include all vicarial or small tithes ; but this con- 
struction will not be adopted unless the word occurs in an old endowment, 
aod is supported by usage; Franklin v. St. Cross, Bunb. 79 " (Elph. 560). 

ALTER. — The power to " alter ^ modify , or extend " a pit's claim by 
his Statement of Claim, R. 4, Ord. 20, R. S. C, does not authorize a 
totally different case from that set up by the Writ (Ker v. Williams, 30 
S. J. 238 : Cave v. Crew, 41 W. R. 359 ;' 62 L. J. Ch. 530; 68 L. T. 254), 
or t])e joining of a cause of action not mentioned in the writ ( United 
Telephone Co v. Tasker, 59 L. T. 852). Vf. Delivered : Ann. Pr. 

ALTERATION. — F. Addition: Apparent: Cleanse: Material 
Alteration. 

Probably, an Alteration in Premises, which will discharge an Insurer, 
means, generally, a permanent alteration or user, and not something 
merely casual and temporary (Dohson v. Sotheby, Moo. & M. 90 : Shaiv 
V. Rohberds, 6 A. & E. 83: Pirn v. Reid, 6 Sc. N. R. 982; 6 M. & G. 1 : 
Barrett v. Jermy, 3 Ex. 545. Sv. Glen v. Lewis, 22 L. J. Ex. 228; 
8 Ex. 617 : Stokes v. Cox, 2^ L. J. Ex. 113 ; 1 H. & N. 533). Vh. Add. C. 
732, 733. 

Alteration of Status; F Status. 

The Alteration in Value of a heredit, — justifying its insertion in a 
Metropolitan Provisional List because such Value has been " increased by 
the Addition to the heredit, or erection thereon, of any building, or is from 
any cause increased or reduced in value," s. 47, Valuation (Metropolis) 
Act, 1869, — is not confined to a Structural alteration of the heredit, 
but yet " any Cause," though a wide phrase, is coloured by the words with 
which it is in association, and the Alteration must be one arising from a 
definable Cause directly affecting the heredit, and not from general eco- 
nomic change, or from appreciation of the particular class of property to 
which the heredit belongs (Cambenvell v. Mils, 1900, A. C. 510 ; 69 
L. J. Q. B. 828 ; 83 L. T. 201). 

Qua Telegraph Act, 1878. 41 & 42 V. c. 76, " * Alteration,' * Alter,' and 
* Altering,' in respect of a Telegraphic Line, include the substitution of 
any new line, or portion of a line, either in the same place or in some 
other place ; also any removal of, or other dealing with, any telegraphic 
line, or any part of such line " (s. 2). 



ALTERED 76 AMALGAMATION 

ALTERED. — " Altered state " of Food, s. 9, Sale of Food and Drugs 
Act, 1875 ; V. Spiers & Pond v. Bennett, cited Absteaction. 
F. Materially Altered. 

ALTOGETHER. — Sale "altogether out of Court," R. 1 a, Ord. 51, 
R. S. C. ; V. Cumberland Union Bank v. Maryport Co, 1892, 1 Ch. 92 ; 
61 L. J. Ch. 335 ; 66 L. T. 103. 

" Wound up altogether," s. 161, Companies Act, 1862 ; V. Be Hafad 
Hotel Co, W. N. (Q»), 86. 

ALWAYS AFLOAT. — "So near thereto as she may safelit 
GET at all times of tide, and always afloat,^* in a Charter-Party : V, 
Dahl V. Nelson, 50 L. J. Ch. 411 ; 6 App. Ca. 38 : Horsley v. Price^ 
52 L. J. Q. B. 603; 11 Q. B. D. 244: Caffarini v. Walker, Ir. Rep. 
9 C. L. 431 ; 10 lb. 250 : Nielsen v. Wait, 14 Q. B. D. 516: Carlton 
S. S. Co V. Castle Co, 1897, 2 Q. B. 485; 1898, A. C. 486; 66 L. J. 
Q. B. 819; 67 lb. 795; 47 W. R. 65: Treglia v. Smith's Timber Co, 
1 Com. Ca. 360 ; 12 Times Rep. 363. In The Curfew (1891, P. 131 ; 
60 L. J. P. D. & A. 53; 64 L. T. 330; 39 W. R. 367) evidence waa 
• admitted to explain " Always afloat." Vf. Carver, 506. 

AM. — In a devise, " such an expression as, ' all the lands of which I 
am seized in A.,' must be read as if written just before the testator's 
death: Doe v. Walker, 13 L. J. Ex. 153 ; 12 M. & W. 591 " (per Kay, 
J., Be Portal to LaTnb, 53 L. J. Ch. 1163). The decision in thlc was 
reversed (54 L. J. Ch. 1012; 30 Ch. D. 50), without, however, affecting 
the proposition above cited. Vf, 1 Jarm. 333, 334: Now. 

AMALGAMATE. —A power to a Co to "amalgamate" with any 
other Co, does not enable the directors to compel a shareholder to be- 
come a member of any such other Co (Be Empire Assrce, L. R. 4 Eq. 
341 ; 36 L. J. Ch. 663 ; 15 W. R. 889). FA. 1 Palm. Co. Prec. 1155- 
1161 : Vf, next word. 

AMALGAMATION. — "Amalgamation" of Ry Companies, qui 
Part 5, Ry C. Act, 1863, is (by s. 36) " where two or more Ry Compa- 
nies, respectively incorporated either by or after the passing of this Act, 
are amalgamated by a Special Act hereafter passed and incorporating 
this Part of this Act." 

Quk Companies incorporated under Comp. Act, 1862, "Amalgama- 
tion," siguifles the transfer of all or some part of the Assets and Lia- 
bilities of one, or more than one, existing Co to another existing Co, — 
or of two or more existing Cos to a new Co, — of which transferee Co 
all the members of the transferor Co or Cos become, or have the right 
of becoming. Members ; and, generally, such Amalgamation is accom- 
plished by a Voluntary Winding-up of the transferor Co or Cos (1 Palm. 
Co. Prec. 1155, adopted in Hooper v. Western Counties & S, W, Telephone 



AMALGAMATION 77 AMERCIAMENT 

Coy 41 W. E. 84, wherein " Amalgamation " was contrasted with " Re- 
coxsTRUCTioN "). To a somewhat similar effect is Wall v. London & 
Northern Assets Corp (1898, 2 Ch. 469 ; 67 L. J. Ch. 596 ; 79 L. T. 249), 
in whcj however, Lindley, L. J., said, — " There is no very precise meaning 
to be given to * amalgamate.' When * amalgamating ' a Co with another 
Co or persons or firms is spoken of, I am not prepared to put a sharp 
definition upon it. I have no doubt that it includes the case put by Ld 
Hatherley in Higgs^ Case (2 H. & M. 657), and more recently by Ld 
Davey in New Zealand & Gold Extraction Co v. Peacock (cited Under- 
taking). I do not think it, necessarily, involves the formation of a 
new Co to carry on the business of an old Co, though I have no doubt 
it includes that. I do not see how a Co, as a business transaction, can 
practically 'amalgamate ' with persons or companies carrying on business 
unless the Co does, in some way or other, sell its assets as a whole." 

AMBASSADOR. — Qud. Foreign Marriage Act, 1892,65 & 56 V. 
c. 23, " 'Ambassador,' includes a Minister and a Charg^ d' Affaires" (s. 24). 

AMBIDEXTER. — It is Slander, without special damage, to say of a 
Solrthat he is an "Ambidexter," for that imputes that he takes a fee 
from both sides and betrays his client's secrets (Annison y. Blofield, 
Carter, 214 ; 1 Rol. Ab. 56). 

AMBIGUITY. — r. Patent Ambiguity. 

AMELIORATING WASTE.— V. Waste. 

AMENDMENT.— F. Cleanse. 

" Amendment of Rule " ; Stat. Def., 38 & 39 V. c. 60, s. 4; 39 & 40 
V. c. 45, s. 3; 56 & 57 V. c. 39, s. 79 ; 59 & 60 V. c. 25, s. 106. 

AMERCIAMENT. — " Amerciament, -^TTiemameTi^wm," — in Termes 
de la Ley and old Charters written " Amercement," — " signifieth the 
pecuniary punishment of an Offender against the King, or other Lord, 
in his Court, that is found to be in misericordia,i\\^t is, to have offended, 
and to stand at the Mercy of the King, or Lord " (Cowel). Cowel further 
says that " there seems to be a difference between Amerciaments and 
Fines," obviouslj' basing that difference on the following passage in 
Termes de la Ley, — " And there is a difference between Amerciaments 
and Fines (Kitchen, 214), for Fines are punishments certaine which 
grow expressly from some statute, and Amerciaments are such which are 
arbitrarily imposed by the Affeerors, the which Master Kitchen seeraeth 
to confirme (fol. 78) in these words, * The Amerciament is affeered by 
Equals.* Also it appeareth (Coke, Lib. 8, fol. 39) that a Fine is alwayes 
imposed and assessed by the Court, but Amerciament, which is called in 
Latin misericordia, is assessed by the Country." The statement that 
Fines are " punishments certaine" semble, does not accord with what 
was held to be a Fine in Re Nottingham Corp,, inf. Cp, Kansom. 

Amerciament " explained and distinguished from a Fine ; Beecher'a 



AMERCIAMENT 78 AMMUNITION 

Case,S Rep. 58 a: Godfrey's Case, 11 Rep. 42 a; Co. Litt. 126 b, 
et seq : Spelm. gives au explanation differing from that of Coke. The 
reason why an unsuccessful defendant was said in old time ' to be 
in mercy, &c/ was that he was liable to be amerced for not having 
obeyed the King's writ immediately '* (Elph. 560, whv for further refer- 
ences). So, of an unsuccessful pit, for making a false claim (Select Civil 
Pleas, Selden Soc. 77). 

" There is a manifest diversity between a Ran^ome and an Amercia- 
ment ; for ransome is ever when the law inflicteth a corporal punishment 
by imprisonment (and so is also a Fine) ; but otherwise it is of an 
amerciament " (Co. Litt. 127 a). 

For examples of Amerciaments, F. Bote: Frankpledge: Were: 

WiTE. 

A Charter granting " Amercements," does not include money payable 
on Estreated Rbcogntzances {Re Nottingham Corp., 1897, 2 Q. B. 502; 
66 L. J. Q. B. 883; 77 L. T. 210 ; 61 J. P. 725) : V. Bail. 

"'Amercement Royal^ is when a Sheriffe, Coroner, or such like 
Officer of the King, is amerced by the Justices for his abuse in the 
Office " (Termes de la Ley). 

AMIABLES COMPOSITEURS. — " What is the force and mean- 
ing of that expression, * Amiables Compositeurs,' by Canadian law ? 
We find it in the 1346th Article of the Code of Civil Procedure : * Arbi- 
trators must hear the parties, and their respective proofs, or establish 
default against them, and decide according to the rules of law, unless they 
lire dispensed from so doing by the terms of the submission, or unless they 
have been appointed as Amiables Compositeurs.' That is to say, if 
they are Amiables Compositeurs, they are to be exempt at all events from 
the strictness of the obligations expressed in the previous words. Their 
lordships would, no doubt, hesitate much before they held that to entitle 
arbitrators named as Amiables Compositeurs to disregard all law, and to 
be arbitrary in their dealings with the parties ; but the distinction must 
have some reasonable effect given to it, and the least effect which can 
reasonably be given to the words is, that they dispense with the strict 
observance of those rules of law the non-observance of which, as applied 
to awards, results in no more than irregularity " (per Ld Selborne, 
Rolland v. Cassidy, 67 L. J. P. C. 100 ; 13 App. Ca. 770). 

AMIDSHIPS. — By (and qui) s. 437, Mer Shipping Act, 1894, 
" * Amidships,' means the middle of the length of the Load Water-line, 
as measured from the fore side of the stem to the aft side of the stern- 
poSt," — a def adopted from s. 5, 53 & 54 V. c. 9. 

AMMUNITION.— The "Ammunition" for a gun, "includes the 
whole charge (per Esher, M. R., Ainnstrong Co v. Hotchkiss Co, 13 
Times Rep. 188). 

Stat. Def. —44 & 45 V. c. 5, s. 6 ; 45 & 46 V. c. 25, s. 36. 



AMNESTY 79 AMUSEMENT 

AMNESTY V. Pardon. 

AMONG. — A testamentary gift to two or more "among," or 
" amongst," them creates a tenancy in common (2 Jarm. 257 : Hawk. 
112). V. Between. 

A gift " amongst the Children of A.," prima facie^ means all his chil- 
dren {Pigott V. Wilder^ 26 Bea. 93). So, generally speaking, a Power 
to appoint " amongst " a Class, means that each member must have a 
share {Stolworthy v. Sancroft^ 33 L. J. Ch. 708); so, " * to and amongst ' 
have a strict technical sense, and where those words are used, each child 
must have some share assigned to him " (per Bayley, J., Doe d. WUlmett 
V. Alehin, 2 B. & Aid. 125) : but " to and amongst " a Class, " in such 
parts shares and proportions " as the Donee of the Power shall think 
proper, gives a power of selection (Spring v. Biles^ 1 T. R. 435, n. : Be 
Veahy 46 L. J. Ch. 799 ; 6 Ch. D. 623). Cp. All and every. 

AMORTIZATION. — Is to grant lands in Mortmain (Cowel : 
Jacob). 

AMOUNT. — " Rated to the amount of " ; V. Rate. 

Covenant to settle a sum or property " not amounting to"; V. Less. 

" Amount realized " ; V. Re Christiey cited Realized. 

" Amount recovered " ; V. Recover. 

" Amount secured," s. 15 (2), Bg Socy Act, 1874, is not confined to 
principal money ; but includes all moneys secured, whether for Principal, 
Interest, Fines, or otherwise, and also all Instalments secured though 
not presently payable (per Chitty, J., Re Neath Bg Socy, 59 L. J. Ch. 3 ; 
43 Ch. D. 158; 6 Times Rep. 13). 

Amount " secured " by a Mortgage, qu^ Stamp Act, may not be the 
same as a like amount " secured " by a Marketable Security : e,g. a Co's 
Debenture for the sum' advanced plus a premium, secures, qu4 the ad val. 
stamp, the premium as well as the sum advanced if it is a fixed obliga- 
tion, as distinct from a mere option to the Co to pay off plus the pre- 
mium ; whereas, if it were a mtge, the ad val. duty would, probably, be 
only assessable on the sum advanced, — V, s. 86, Stamp Act, 1891 {Rotv- 
ell V. InL Rev., cited Marketable Security). But even, qui a Debent- 
ure, if there be only an option to pay oR at a premium, the " amount 
secured," on which ad val. duty is payable, does not include the premium, 
because the obligor need never exercise his option {Knight* s Deep v. 
Inl, Rev., 1900, 1 Q. B. 217; 69 L. J. Q. B, 66; 81 L. T. 625; 48 
W. R. 198). 

AMPLE. — "As Full and Ample a manner"; V. Full. 

AM P L Y. — " Amply secured " ; V. Secured. 

AMUSEMENT.— V. Entertainment. 



AN 80 ANCHORAGE TOLL 

AN. — " An " is sometimes read in the most absolute sense as meaning 
" AXY, — wliatsoever." " I am of opinion that the expression, *a» Act 
of Bankruptcy/ s. 5, Bankry Act, 1883, includes everything which by 
legislative enactment is made to be an act of bankruptcy, whether by this 
Act itself or by some other Act passed before it came into operation " 
(per Cotton, L. J., JEx p. Pratt ^ 63 L. J. Ch. 614). Cp. B. v. Snagge^ 
cited A. 

ANANIAS. — To write of a Person that he is an "Ananias" could 
hardly be other than libellous ; secusy of a Newspaper, for it may be 
libellous, or, on the contrary, may import no more than the innocent 
publication of false news {AvAtralian Newspaper Co v. Bennetty 1894, 
A. C. 284; 63 L. J. P. C. 105; 70 L. T. 697; 68 J. P. 604). 

ANCESTOR. — ** Ancestor is derived of the Latine word anteees* 
sor, and in law there is a difference between antecessor &nd prcedecessor. 
For antecessor is applied to a natural person; but prcedecessor is applied 
to a body politique or corporate " (Co. Litt. 78 b). 

" The word * Ancestor ' does not mean, either etymologically or techni- 
cally, a lineal ancestor only; in illustration of which proposition I may 
refer to a passage in Com. Dig., Vol. I., 6th Ed., 706, as to the English 
writ of *Mort d'Ancestor'; which (it is said) * does not lie upon the 
death of any Ancestor, except a father, mother, brother, sister, uncle, 
aunt, nephew, or niece ; for upon the death of another Ancestor, an aiely 
hesaiel, or cosinage lies ' " (per Selborne, C, Zetland v. Ld Advocate^ 
3 App. Ca. 620). And per Ld Hatherley (76.) the word "Ancestor," 
as used in the Sucn Dy Act, 1853 {V, Succession), is properly assign- 
able to the person who really preceded in the estate, although that person 
may not be the progenitor of the Successor. 

ANCESTRAL. — "Ancestral Property," does not, necessarily, mean 
property which has been a long time in a family; it rather means, prop- 
erty derived from the proprietor's father, and, at least, immovable prop- 
erty {Gossain v. Oossatn, 8 W. R. 196, 198). 

ANCHOR. — Qu^ Anchors and Chain Cables Act, 1899, 62 & 63 
V. c. 23, " 'Anchor,* and 'Chain Cable,' include any shackle attached 
to, or intended to be used in connexion with, the anchor or chain cable" 
(s. 19). 

V. At Anchor. 

ANCHORAQE TOLL. — An Anchorage Toll is a Toll for every 
anchor — (and sometimes in respect of a vessel having no anchor), — cast 
in a Port, or on anchorage ground proved, or legally presumed, to have 
once formed part of a Port (Foreman v. Free Fishers of Whitstable, 38 
L. J. C. P. 346 ; L. R. 4 H. L. 266 ; explaining Gann v. Free Fishers of 



ANCHORAGE TOLL 81 ANCIENT LIGHT 

WhUstahU, 35 L. J, C- P. 29; 11 H. L. Ca. 192). Vf. Hale, De Porti- 
bus Maris, Ch. 6. 
V. Toll. 

ANCHORITE V. Recluse. 

ANCIENT DEMESNE. — " Those lands which were in the posses- 
sion of Edward the Confessor are called Ancient Demesne, . . . and 
the Tenants which hold any of those lands are called. Tenants in 
Ancient Demesne " (Termes de la Ley, Demaines), Cowel's def is 
fuller; he says, " 'Ancient Demeasife,' or *Demayn/ is a certain Ten- 
ure whereby all the Mannors belonging to the Crown in the dayes of 
Saint Edward, or William the Conqueror, were held. The numbers and 
names of which Mannors, as of all others belonging to common persons, 
are written in Doomsday. And those which by that Book appear to 
have at that time belonged to the Crown and are contained under the 
title Terra Regis^ are called Ancient Demesne." Vf. Demesne: Soche- 
MANs: Tallage: Elph. 560: Jacob: 1 Encyc. 252. 

ANCIENT DOCUMENT. — It is, probably, impossible to define 
what is an "Ancient Document" to which the doctrine of Contemn 
poranea Expositio may be applied. Semble, it should be, at least, " one 
or two Centuries " old ( V, per Ld Watson, Clyde Ndv, v. Laird, 8 App. 
Ca. 673); one 45 years old is much too young (Hastings v. N. E, Ry^ 
1899, 1 Ch. 656; 68 L. J. Ch. 315; 80 L. T. 217; affd nom. K E. Ry 
V. Hastings, 1900, A.C. 260; 69 L. J. Ch. 616; 82 L. T. 429). A stat- 
ute of 1858 is not "ancient" {Clyde Nav. v. Laird, sup.): Vf, Doe 
d. Kinglake v. Beviss, 18 L. J. C P. 128 ; 7 C. B. 456, and cases there 
cited. As to the doctrine itself, V, Elph. Ch. 5. 

ANCIENT INCLOSURE Qui Inclosure Act, 1836, 6 & 7 W. 4, 

c. 15, " Ancient Inclosures," means, " lands which shall have been in- 
closed from the Open Fields, or any of them, for more than 20 years next 
preceding the date of the Agreement for Inclosure " (s. 22). F". Old 
Inclosube. 

ANCIENT LIGHT. — An Ancient Light is a defined aperture in a 
Building, through which (as of Right, and not by '* Consent or Agree- 
ment by Deed or Writing," V. Is Writing) there has been Actually 
ENJOYED an Access and use of light " for the full period of 20 years, 
without Interruption" (s. 3, 2 & 3 W. 4, c. 71). Vh. Gale, Part 3, 
ch. 2 : Goddard on Easements, 5th Ed., 49-57. At p. 51 of latter book, 
it is pointed out ** that the phrase * Ancient Window ' is to be found 
nowhere." 

As to construction of a Covenant to rebuild so as to preserve Ancient 
Lights, V Low V. Innes, cited Rebuild. 

6 



ANCIENT MEADOW 82 AND 

ANCIENT MEADOW,— Meadow not broken up for 20 years 

{Murph^j V. Daly, 13 Ir. Cli. Rep. 239): "Ancient Pasture " is 
synonymous {Palmer v. M Cormicky 25 L. R. Ir. 110). Note. Break- 
ing-up Ancient Meadow or Pasture is, 'prima fade. Waste (Simmons v- 
NoHon, 7 Bing. 640: Sv. St. Alban's v. Skipwith, 8 Bea. 354 ; 14 L. J. 
Ch. 247). V. Meadows. 

ANCIENT MONUMENT. — Stat. Def., 45 & 46 V. c. 73, s. 11. 
V. Maintain: Monument. 

ANCIENT RENT. — Where a Power of Leasing "is in the form 
(which, however, is now uncommon), that the * Ancient Rents ' shall be 
reserved, this would seem to mean, the rent reserved under the latest 
lease (if any) granted before the creation of the power. But subsequent 
leases may be looked at; and the question, where the leases vary, is one 
of fact for the jury " (Watson, Eq. 869, 870, citing Doe d. Douglas v. LocJc^ 
2 A. & E. 705; 4 L. J. K. B. 113 ; 4 N. & M. 807: Doe d. Egremont v- 
Stephens, 6 Q. B. 208 : Doe d. Biddulph v. Hole, 15 Q. B. 848; 20 L. JT. 
Q. B. 57). But in thlc it was held that if the ancient custom is uniform, 
and the single lease varying therefrom is granted just before the creation 
of the Power, such exceptional lease cannot be taken as evidence of the 
custom. 

On the construction of " Ancient," " Accustomed," or " Usual " rent, 
V. Sug. Pow. 790: Farwell, 494: 1 Piatt, 414-423. 

The phrase generally employed now is Best Rent, whv. 

ANCIENT ROYALTY. — " Ancient and extended Royalties "; Stat. 
Def., 24 <& 25 V. c. 27, s. 2. 

ANCIENT USAGE. —" Warranted by Ancient Usage," s. 95, 5 &6 
W. 4, c. 76, repld s. 110, Mun. Corp. Act, 1882 ; V. A.-G. v. Yarmouth, 
21 Bea, 625; 3 W. R. 309; 25 L. T. 0. S. 5. Vf. Practice : Renewal. 

ANCIENT WINDOW. — V. Ancient Light. 

ANCILLARY. — A work is "ancillary or Incidental " to a Trade 
or Business when it is not necessary thereto or a primary part thereof, 
e.g. the business of a Ry Co is primarily that of Carriage of passen- 
gers or goods, and it is not responsible (as an " Undertaker, " within 
Workmen's Comp. Act, 1897) for a Contractor it employs to build, repair, 
and paint its Stations, because such work (within s. 4) is " merely ancil- 
lary, or incidental to, and is no part of," its business {Pearce v. Lond. & 
S. W. Ry, 1900, 2 Q. B. 100; 69 L. J. Q. B. 683; 82 L. T. 487; 48 
W. R. 599). V. Railway: Incidental or Conducive. 

AND. — " And " has generally a cumulative sense, requiring the ful- 
filment of all the conditions that it joins together, and herein it is the 
antithesis of Or. Sometimes, however, even in such a connection, it is, 



AND 83 AND 

bj force of a context, read as " Or." Thus where a lessee underlet, with 
a proviso, on breach of covenant, enabling him and his lessor to re-enter; 
held, that he or his lessor might re-enter on breach {Doe d. Bedford v. 
White, 4 Bing. 276). So, a power to apply corpus of trust money for 
the " Benefit and Advancement " of a Tenant for Life, " and " may be 
read " or " (Re Brittlehank, 30 W. R. 99). On the other hand, s. 17, 59 
G. 3, c. 12, makes " Churchwardens and Overseers " a quasi Corporation 
for holding and dealing with property Belonging to a Parish ; that 
means that, in order to create such a corp officers of both descriptions 
must be appointed, and, until that is done, nothing vests ( Woodcock v. 
Gibson, 4 B. & C. 462). Vf. Ob read as And, and vice versa, 

"And" may be relative as well as copulative (Dwar. 681). 

Where there is a string of adjectives between the last two of which 
there is the conjunction "and," each adjective is, generally speaking, 
independent of its fellows. Thus a bequest for " Benevolent, Charitable, 
and Religious " purposes, means that it may be applied in either of those 
ways, and, as some are too indefinite, the bequest is bad ( Williams v. 
Kershaw, 5 CI. & F. Ill, n.). But sometimes the first adjective (espe- 
cially when there are only two) is the controlling word of the enumera- 
tion which is merely qualified by that which follows. Thus in Re Sutton 
(54 L. J. Ch. 613 ; 28 Ch. D. 464; 33 W. R. 619), Pearson, J., held that 
a bequest for " Charitable and Deserving " objects was good, because such 
a collocation only contemplated one class of objects, — " the word * Char- 
itable ' governs the whole sentence." In that case the learned judge 
gave the following illustration, — "Instead of giving to young persons 
* under 21 ' you might add the words * and unmarried, ' and those words 
would undoubtedly restrict the meaning of the former words." Vf. Re 
Scoweroft, 1898, 2 Ch. 638; 67 L. J. Ch. 697: Charitable Purpose: 
Or. 

"And," sometimes gives a distinct sense to the word it precedes 
{Michell V. Michell, cited Effects). 

As to the construction and apportionment where charitable and other 
ascertained objects are coupled in a bequest, V, 1 Jarm. 217, 218. 
Crafton v. Frith, 20 L. J. Ch. 198. 

V. Executors. 

AND read a8 BUT. — For an instance of this, F. jdgmt Coleridge, 
C. J., R. v. Barclay, 61 L. J. M. C. 48 ; 8 Q. B. D. 486. 

AND read as OR F. Or. 

AND and 

. — Where statements or stipulations are coupled by " " they 

OR or 

are " to be read, either disjunctively, or conjunctively " (per Cairns, C, 

Stanton v. Richardson, 45 L. J. C. P. 82), e,g, "The contract on the 

face of the Charter-Par ty was that the parties were to * load a full and 



AND 84 ANNOYANCE 

and 
complete Cargo of sugar, molasses, — - other lawful produce'; so that, 

according to the contract, the parties were either to load ' a full and com- 
plete cargo of sugar and molasses and other lawful produce/ — or, 'a 
full cargo of sugar and molasses, or a full cargo of other lawful produce, ' 

leaving it open in every way by reason of the words « ' being intro- 
duced into the Charter-Party " (per Alderson, B., Cuthberty, Cumminf^^ 
24 L. J. Ex. 198 ; affd lb. 310; 11 Ex. 405). Vf. Fumess v. Tennant, 
8 Times Rep. 336. 

AND ALSO. — r. Also. 

ANIMAL. — A Domestic Fowl is an " Animal," within s. 61, 24 & 25 
V. c. 100 (R. V. Brown, 59 L. J. M. C. 47 ; 24 Q. B. D. 357 ; 61 L. T. 
594 ; 38 W. R. 95 ; 54 J. P; 408). V. Domestic Animal. 

Stat. Def. — 12 & 13 V. c. 92, s. 29 ; 29 & 30 V. c. 2, s. 3 ; 32 & 33 
V. C.70, s. 6; 41&42V.C. 74, 8. 5; 57 & 58 V. c. 57, s. 59 ; 63 & 64 
V. c. 33, 8. l. — Scot. 13 & 14 V. c.92,8. 11; 58 & 59V. c. 13, s. 2.— 
Jr. 33 & 34 V. c. 36, s. 11; 39 & 40 V. c. 51, s. 2. 

" Xoisy Animal " ; V. Noisy. 

AN NATS. — " * Annats or Annates' ; the First Fruits of an ecclesi- 
astical Benefice; V. 25 H. 8, c. 20; 26 H. 8, c. 3: 12 Rep. 45: Spelm." 
(Elph. 660). Va. Termes de la Ley: Phil. Ecc. Law, 1355, 

ANNEX. — ''Annexed to the Freehold," connotes fastening; mere 
juxtaposition to, or the lying of a thing on, the freehold, does not 
amount to annexation (Merritt v. Juddy 14 Cal. 64). Cp. Adjoin. 

Deed " as an Annex " to a previous Deed ; V. s. 53, Conv. & L. P. Act, 
1881. Cp. Supplemental. 

Schedule "annexed" to a Will; V, Watson v. Arundel^ Ir. Rep. 
10 Eq. 299; 11 lb. 53. 

ANNOY.— r. Injure. 

ANNOYANCE. — A covenant against doing anything which may be 
a " Nuisance or Annoyance " to a neighbourhood, is broken by a Sana- 
torium for the rece[)tion of six boys affected with infectious disease 
{Watson V. Leamington College, 25 S. J. 30). In that case, Jessel, 
M. B., said it might perhaps be difficult to appreciate the difference 
between " Nuisance " and " Annoyance," but as both words were used, 
"annoyance," evidently, meant something less than "nuisance.^ And 
in Tod-Heatley v. Benhani (58 L. J. Ch. 83; 40 Ch. D. 80), it was held 
that " Annoyance" has, in this connection, a wider meaning than " Nui- 
sance," though it was there doubted whether it was not too much to 
say that no " Nuisance " would be within such a covenant, unless it 
amounts to an indictable nuisance. F. Nuisance: Offensive. 



ANNOYANCE 85 ANNOYANCE 

In Bramwell v. Laey (48 L. J. Ch. 339; 10 Ch. D. 691), the words 
were " Annoyance, Damage, Injury, Prejudice, or Inconvenience " ; 
whilst in Tod-Heatley y, Benham (sup) they were "Annoyance, Nui- 
sance, Grievance, or Damage " ; and in the first of those cases an out- 
patient Branch of a Hospital for throat and chest diseases was held to he 
an ^Annoyance, Inconvenience, and Injury"; whilst in the latter, a 
Hospital for throat, nose, ear, skin, and eye diseases, and diseases of 
the rectum, was held an "Annoyance or Grievance," those two words 
being, apparently, bracketed as synonymous. 

" I think an act which is an interference with the pleasurable enjoy- 
ment, in reason, of a house is an * Annoyance or Grievance.' It is not 
necessary, in order to bring the case within the words, that the plainti£E 
should show that any particular man may object to it ; but we must be 
satisfied by argument and by evidence, that reasonable people, having 
regard to the ordinary use of a house for pleasurable enjoyment, would 
be annoyed or aggrieved by what is being done there. It is not neces- 
sary, hi order to show that there has been reasonable ground for annoy- 
ance or grievance, to show that, in fact, there is danger or risk of 
infection. A reasonable apprehension of nuisance from acts done by the 
defendant will produce such interference with the pleasurable and reason- 
able enjoyment of the adjoining houses as to come within the words 
• Annoyance and Grievance ' " (per Cotton, L. J., Tod-Heathy v. Ben- 
ham, sup). "The expression * Annoyance' is wider than * Nuisance'; 
and a thing that reasonably troubles the mind and pleasure, — not of a 
fanciful person or of a skilled person who knows the truth, but, — of 
the ordinary sensible English inhabitant of a house, seems to me to be 
an * Annoyance,' although it may not appear to amount to physical 
detriment to comfort " (per Bowen, L. J., /ft.), — e.ff. a high trellis- 
work fence which substantially interferes with one's access of light 
( Wood V. Cooper, 1894, 3 Ch. 671 ; 63 L. J. Ch. 845; 71 L. T. 222; 43 
AV. R. 201). Intermittent pranks by the boys of a private school (espe- 
cially when efforts are made to repress them) do not constitute " Annoy- 
ance or Disturbance** (Everett v. Beminyton, Times, 24th May, 1892; 
67 L. T. 80: S. C. cited Assigns). But "Annoyance" (within a 
Residential covenant) may be caused by singing, or piano, lessons in 
an adjoining house (Byre v. Landij Times, Ist June, 1895), and much 
more by bad practice ( Wilson v. Barnes, lb.). V. Disagreeable. 

In Our Boys Clothing Co v. Holbom Viaduct Co (40 S. J. 661), 
Homer, J., held that a big, ugly, obtrusive, and vulgar advertisement, 
announcing " An Eccentric and Startling Stock-taking Sale," was not 
a breach by a Lessee (even as against his Lessor) of his covenant not 
to do " anything which might cause Annoyance, or Inconvenience to the 
lessors, or their other tenants, or to their neighbours." 

An " Annoyance," &c caused by a business, is none the less within 
a covenant, because the business is such as would not be prohibited by 



ANNOYANCE 86 ANNUAL VALUE 

accompanying words levelled against certain specified businesses {Tod- 
Heatley v. Benham, sup). Alexander v. Wolsey (Times, 4th Feb- 
1891), was a case of that kind, wherein Romer, J., held that the trade of 
a Fishmonger, as carried on by deft, was " Annoyance and Damage, " 
within lessee's covenant against " Annoyance, Damage, or Disturbance." 

Vf. hereon Davis v. Cavey, 58 L. J. Ch. 143 ; 40 Ch. D. 601. 

A finding by the Court of Session that burning refuse " would cause 
Material Discomfort, and Annoyance," is one of fact, and not of law, 
within s. 40, 6 G. 4, c. 120 {Fleming v. Hislop, 11 App. Ca. 686). 

Annoyance to Inhabitants; F. Inhabitants, at end. 

" Annoyance or Obstruction in any Thoroughfare '' ; V. 0b8TBUCTIO2^- 

V, Molest. 

ANNUAL BALANCE SHEET.— F. Last, 

ANNUAL CLOSE SEASON. — Stat. Del, Salmon Fishery Act, 
1873, 36 & 37 V. c. 71, s. 4, whva for " Weekly Close Season." F. 
Close Season. 

ANNUAL EMOLUMENT. — Compensation for loss of office cal- 
culated on two-thirds of "Annual Emolument," s. 8 (7), 31 & 32 V. 
c. 110 ; F. R. V. Post master- Gen., cited Emolument. 

ANNUAL GENERAL LICENSING MEETING. — F. R. y. 

Anglesey Jus,, cited Before. 

ANNUAL INCOME.— F. Actual Annual Income. 

ANNUAL LICENSE FEE. — F. Pastoral Lease. 

ANNUAL NET VALUE. — F. Annual Value: Net. 

ANNUAL PAY F Pay. 

ANNUAL PAYMENT- — "Annual Payment towards the costs of 
Maintenance and Repair," s. 11 (2), Loc. Gov. Act, 1888, means, a 
payment to be made annually in respect of the expenditure of the par- 
ticular year ; not a fixed sum ascertained by the average expenditure of 
a series of years {Sandgate v. Kent Co. Co., 79 L. T. 425). 

ANNUAL PROCEEDS. — "Rents, Dividends, and Annual Pro- 
ceeds," held, on the context, equivalent to " Annual Rents, Dividends, 
and Proceeds '' (Re Green, 40 Ch. D. 610). 

ANNUAL PROFITS.— F. Profits. 

ANNUAL RACK-RENT.— F. Rack-rent. 

ANNUAL RENT. — F. Smith v. Birmingham, 52 L. J. M. C. 81 ; 
11 Q. B. D. 195 : Annual Value. Va. Rental. 

ANNUAL VALU E. — " Value means Net value " (per Ld Bramwell, 
Dobbs V. Grand June, W, W. Co, 53 L. J. Q. B. 52). And on the au- 



ANNUAL VALUE 87 ANNUAL VALUE 

thority of the same noble and learned lord in the same case, and on that 
of Re Elwes (28 L. J. Ex. 46; 3 H. & N. 719), it may be laid down that 
the general prlmtt facie meaning of " Annual Value " of property is 
that provided for " Net Annual Value " by s. 1, Parochial Assessments 
Act, 1836 (6 & 7 W. 4, c. 96, the history of which is traced by Grantham, 
J"., Walker v. Brishy^ inf.) viz. — " The rent at which the same might 
reasonably be expected to let from year to year, free of all usual tenants' 
rates and taxes, and tithe commutation rent-charge (if any), and deduct- 
ing therefrom the probable average annual cost of the Kepairs, Insurance, 
and other Expenses (if any) Necessary to maintain them in a state 
to comnvand such rent " ; and to that def it may now be added that 
in estimating such lettable value regard is to be had to the worth of 
the premises as used for the purposes for which, or in the manner in 
which, they are, for the time being, occupied {West Middlesex W. W. 
Co V. Coleman, 64 I/. J. M. C. 70 ; 14 Q. B. D. 629: Grand Junction 
W. W. Co V. Daviesj 1897, 2 Q. B. 209 ; 66 L. J. Q. B. 633 ; 76 L. T. 
833 ; 45 W. R. 687 ; 61 J. P. 484 : Bradford v. WhUe, 1898, 2 Q. B. 
630 ; 67 L. J. Q. B. 643. As to what " expenses " may be deducted, 
V. R. V. Oainsboroughy 41 L. J. M. C. 1 ; L. R. 7 Q. B. 64 : B. v. Smith, 
55 L. J. M. C. 49; 64 L. T. 431 ; 60 J. P. 215: Stevens v. Bishop, 19 
Q. B. D. 442; 66 L. J. Q. B. 454; 67 L. T. 482; 36 W. R. 839). Cp. 
" Net Rent," sub Net. 

Qui the valuation of property in the Metropolis the principle of the 
above def has been adopted, but the phrase is altered to " Rateable 
Value" the precise def of which is, — "The term * Rateable Value,' 
means the Gross Value, after deducting therefrom the probable annual 
average cost of the Repairs, Insurance, and other Expenses " necessary 
to maintain the heredit in a state to command the annual rent which a 
tenant might reasonably be expected to pay (s. 4, 32 & 33 V. c. 67). 
V, Arch. P. L., Part 6 : Boyle & Davies, Principles of Rating. 
The principle above stated is that which the Metropolitan Waterworks 
Companies must adopt in making their charges on " Annual Value" 
(Dobbs V. Gratid June. W. W. Co, 63 L. J. Q. B. 60; 9 App. Ca. 49; 
49 L. T. 641; 32 W. R. 432). But such a phrase may be enlarged by a 
context, e.g. " gross" {Bristol W. W. Co v. Uren, 64 L. J.* M. C. 102; 
15 Q. B. D. 637); or "rack-rent" {Stevens v. Barnet Water Co, 
67 L. J. M. C. 82; 36 W. R. 924). Vf Rent. 

So, too, where a Waterworks Co are empowered to charge "on the 
annual value at which the premises are assessed to the Poor- Rate," that 
means the annual rateable value ( Warrington W. W. Co v. Longshaw, 
61 L. J. Q. B. 498; 9 Q. B. D. 145). 

Note, " Where an Act gives power to a Co to impose a Toll or Rate 
upon the Public and it is left ambiguous which of two Tolls they have 
a right to impose, the Court must decide in favor of that which is the 
least onerous or burdensome to the public " (per Esher, M. R., South 



ANNUAL VALUE 88 ANNUAL VALUE 

Staffordshire W. W. Co v. Barrow, 61 J, P. 662, citing Stourbi^id^e 
Canal Co v. Wheelet/, 2 B. & Ad. 792). 

In cases of Small Tenements let at weekly rents, — tbe landlord doing 
the repairs and paying the rates and taxes, — the proper way of assess- 
ing the " annual value " or " annual rent " on which the Water-Bate is 
to be charged, is to multiply the weekly rent by 52, and deduct from the 
gross amount so ascertained a fair allowance for the average of empty 
houses and also the actual amount paid for poor and borough rates (Smith 
V. Birmingham, 62 L. J. M. C. 81; 11 Q. B. D. 196); and as to mode of 
assessing annual value of such tenements for the Poor-Bate; V. Smith 
V. Birminghamj ^ I^ J. M. C. 33, 161 ; 22 Q. B. D. 211. 

As to Tnode of calculating Annual Value of the buildings of a School 
Board; V. R. v. TVest Bromwich School Bd., 63 L. J. M. C. 153; 13 
Q. B. D. 929 : E. v. Lofidon School Bd., 65 L. J. M. C. 169 ; 17 Q. B. D. 
738 ; 65 L. T. 384 ; 34 W. B. 583 ; 50 J. P. 419 r and as to Exemption 
where the owners and occupiers are prohibited from selling or leasing, — 
e.g. Owen's College, Manchester ; V, Owen's College v. Chorlton-upon^ 
Medlock, 66 L. J. M. C. 29 ; 18 Q. B. D. 403 ; 56 L. T. 373; 35 W. B. 
236 ; 51 J. P. 356 : Sv. Burton^n- Trent v. Egginton, 59 L. J. M. C. 1 ; 
24 Q. B. D. 197: V. Beneficial. — As to mode of calculating, qu^ 
Docks and Harbours, F. Mersey Docks v. Birkenhead, 1900, 1 Q. B. 
143; 69 L. J. Q. B. 260; 81 L. T. 798; 48 W. B. 259; 64 J. P. 36.— 
Qui Mines^ V, Brown v. Eotherham, 83 L. T. 193. — Quk Plantations, 
V. Plantation. — Quk Fublic-hotises, V. Dodds v. South Shields, 1895, 
2Q. B.133; 64 L. J. Q. B. 508 ; 72 L. T. 645; 43 W. B. 532; 69 J. P. 
462 : Cartioright v. Sculcoates, 1899, 1 Q. B. 667 ; 68 L. J. Q. B. 455 ; 
80 L. T. 450 ; aflfd in H. L., 1900, A. C. 150 ; 69 L. J. Q. B. 403 ; 82 
L. T. 157; 48 W. B. 394; 64 J. P. 229. — Qui Water- Works, V. Liv- 
erpool V. Llanftjllin, 1899, 2 Q. B. 14; 68 L. J. Q. B. 762; 80 L. T. 
667; 63J. P. 452. 

In a case under ss. 21, 22 Sucn Dy Act, 1853, Watson, B., in de- 
livering the judgment of the Conrt of Exchequer, said, — " The words 
* annual value of the land ' are not Words of Art ; but mean, in com- 
mon parlance, a rack-rent, or the value of the gross produce of the land, 
minus all payments, expenses, interest, labour, and charges on the land 
or on the tenant " {Re Elwes, 28 L. J. Ex. 47). 

So also the " Value " " By the Year " of lands, &c, for the purpose of 
giving County Courts jurisdiction in Ejectment (Co. Co. Act, 1888, 
8. 59), is the market value of the property, — the convenient mode for 
ascertaining which is prescribed by s. 1, Parochial Assessments Act, 
1836 {Elston v. Rose, L. B. 4 Q. B. 4; 38 L. J. Q. B. 6: V. Bent Pat- 
able) : but the premises to be valued are those actually in dispute, — 
e.g, if there be a dispute over a party-wall, it is the wall, and not the 
premises of which it irf part, that has to be valued {Stolworthy v. 
Powell, 65 L. J. Q. B. 228; Svthc per Bussell, C. J., Bassano v. 



ANNUAL VALUE 89 ANNUITY 

Bradley, 1896, 1 Q. B. 646; 66 L. J. Q. B. 479; 74 L. T. 653; 44 
AV. R. 676). 

Bule 1, s. 60, Income Tax Act, 1842, provides that for the purposes of 
that Act the " Annual Value " of lands, &c, shall be the Rack-rent ; 
bat the subsequent Rules of the Act would seem to bring this definition 
nearly identical with that in the Parochial Assessments Act, 1836 : Vf. 
Jie Elwes, sup : Coltness Co v. Black, 6 App. Ca. 316; 61 L. J. Q. B. 
626; 29 W. R. 717; 45 L. T. 146. 

The Land Tax " Annual Value " is to be ascrt-tained in the same man- 
ner as the Income Tax Annual Value (s. 35, 59 & 60 V. c. 28). 

But the def of "Annual Value" provided by the Parochial Assess- 
ments Act is not applicable to the Inhabited House Duty payable under 
the House Tax Act, 1861, 14 & 16 V. c. 36; in that Act the phrase 
means, the full and just yearly rent which the premises would ordinarily 
command, and without making any deduction therefrom {Walker v. 
Bnsley, 1900, 2 Q. B. 735; 69 L. J. Q. B. 875 ; 83 L. T. 347 ; 49 W. R. 
23; 64 J. P. 709). 

The meaning of " Annual Value " of a resigned Benefice, as used in 
8. 8, Incumbents' Resignation Act, 1871 (34 & 35 V. c. 44: Vh. s. 11), 
is its Net Annual Value at the time it is resigned ; and the pension 
based on such value is not subject to diminution because the value of the 
Benefice afterwards declines {Robinson v. Dand^ 65 L. J. Q. B. 685). 

" Clear Yearly Value," Rep. People Act, 1832 ; V. Clear. 

« Net Annual Value " ; V. Net. 

F. Full Annual Value. 

Stat. Def. — /r. 40 & 41 V. c. 56, s. 31; " Annual Value of the Hold- 
ing,"M&65V. c. 48, S.42. 

ANNUALLY. — "Profits and Gains received annually," 6th case, 
Sch. D., B. 100, Income Tax Act, 1842, — i.e. for the current year; 
F. El/hope Co v. Foyer, 7 Q. B. D. 485 ; 45 L. T. 404. 
F Yearly : Per Annum. 

ANNUITY. — " An annuity is a yearly payment of a certaine summe 
of money granted to another in fee, for life, or yeares, charging the 
person of the grantor onely " (Co. Litt. 144 b : Vf. Wms. Exs. 718). 

The gift of an " Annuity " generally means an annual sum during the 
life of the annuitant {Ee Taber, 61 L. J. Ch. 721), " and nothing more " 
(per Fry, J., Blis^ht v. Ilartnoll, 61 L. J. Ch. 163; 19 Ch. D. 294; affd 
52 L. J. Ch. 672; 23 Ch. D. 218 : Vf. Be Foster, 23 L. R. Ir. 269 : Ee 
Morgan, 1893, 3 Ch. 222; 62 L. J. Ch. 789) ; but where there is a direc- 
tion to purchase an annuity, or a dedication of a fund out of which it is 
to be purchased, or where the annuity is dealt with as being in existence 
and operative beyond the life of the first annuitant and no other period 
can be fixed for such further duration short of making it perpetual, the 



ANNUITY 90 ANOTHER 

annuity will be in perpetuity, — t.e. it is a bequest of such a sum as will 
produce the income intended for the legatee, who may (notwithstanding 
a direction to the contrary) elect to take that sum or have the annuity; 
and, in the event of his death before the annuity is purchased, the sum 
which would have been needed for its purchase will go to his representa- 
tives (Wms. Exs. 1061 and cases there cited: Stokes v. Heron^ 2 Dr. 
& War. 89; 12 CI. & F. 161 : Boss v. BqreVy 31 L. J. Ch. 709; 2 J. & H. 
469; Bent v. Cullen, 40 L. J. Ch. 250; 6 Ch. 235, not followed in Be 
Morgan, sup: Stokes y. Cheek, 29 L. J. Ch. 922; 28 Bea. 620: Blight 
v. Hartnoll, sup: Hicks v. Boss, 41 L. J. Ch. 677; L. R. 14 Eq. 141 : 
British Funds). That sum is such a sum as, at the price of the day 
(excluding brokerage), would purchase sufficient 2J per cent Consols to 
produce the Annuity {Hicks v. Boss, 1891, 3 Ch. 499 ; 60 L. J. Ch. 853 ; 
65L. T. 200; 40 W. R. 172). 

As to the right of an Annuitant to have the Capitalized Value of his 
Life Annuity, instead of the annuity; F". Be Mabhett, 1891, 1 Ch. 707; 
60 L. J. Ch. 279; 67 L. T. 447 ; 39 W. R. 537, and cases there cited. 

As to an Annuity (charged on a Remainder) running during a Life 
Tenancy; V. Be Williams, 64 L. J. Ch. 349; 72 L. T. 324 ; 43 W. R. 
375, following Jackson v. Hamilton^ 9 Ir. Eq. Rep. 430; 3 J. & La T. 
702, and distinguishing Be Eywater, 18 Ch. D. 17. 

As to when charged on Corpus ; V. Be Mason, 8 Ch. D. 411; 47 L. J. 
Ch. 660. 

" Annuity," s. 8, Legacy Duty Act, 1796, 36 G. 3, c. 62; V. Crow v. 
Bohinson, 31 L. J. Ch. 516. 

r. Legacy: Pecuniary Legacy: Government Annuities: Per- 
petual Annuity : Purchase Annuity : Savings. 

" Annuity," 8. 175, Bankry Act, 1849; F. Parker v. Ince, 4 H. & N. 
53; 28L. J. Ex. 189. 

"Annuities or Periodical Sums," "Annuity," or Sum payahle "at 
stated periods " ; F. Periodical. 

Stat. Def. — 33 & 34 V. c. 35, s. 5; 36 & 37 V. c. 57, s. 7. — Scot. 39 
& 40 V. c. 49, s, 3. 

FA. 1 Encyc. 258-262; 10 lb. 34. 

ANNUI F. Null. 

" Annulling " a Bankry generally includes " superseding " (Bankry 
Act, 1849, 8. 276; Bankry Act, 1861, s. 229; 20 & 21 V. c. 60, s. 4). 

ANNUM F. Per Annum. 

ANOTHER. — A promise "To answer for Another," s. 4, Statute of 
Frauds, means that the promise is to be made to the original Creditor 
{Eastwood V. Kenyon, 9 L. J. Q. B. 409; 11 A. & E. 438; 3 P. & D. 
276: Beadery. Kingham, 32 L.J. C. P. 108; 13 C. B. N. S. 344: Cripps 
V. Hartnoll, 32 L. J. Q. B. 381; 4 B. & S. 414), by a person having 
no interest in the transaction. Accordingly, under this latter branch 



ANOTHER 91 ANSWERABLE 

of the def, the obligation on a Del Crederu commission, is not such a 
promise (Couturier v. Hasfie^ 8 Ex. 40, adopting Wolff v. Koppely 
5 Hill N. Y. Rep. 458: Wickham v. Wickham, 2 K. & J. 478), nor is 
an Agreement the office of which is to regulate the terms of the promis- 
or's employment (Sutton v. Grej/y 1894, 1 Q. B. 285; 63 L. J. Q. B. 633; 
69 L. T. 673; 42 W. R. 195), or which relates to property in which he 
is interested (Fitzgerald v. Dressier, 7 C. B. N. S. 374; 29 L. J. C. P. 
113), or which, as distinguished from a Guarantee, creates an original 
Indemnity by the promisor (Ee Hoyle, cited Note: Guild v. Conrad, 
1894, 2 Q. B. 885; 63 L. J. Q. B. 721; 71 L. T. 140; 42 W. R. 642). 
V. Debt Default or Miscarriage : I will see you paid. 

A Male Person procuring any Male Person to commit with himself 
gross indecency, has procured it " with Another Male Person," within 
8. 11, 48 & 49 V. c. 69; for this phrase is not equivalent to " with An- 
other Male Person other than himself" (B. v. Jones, 1896, 1 Q. B. 4; 65 
L. J. M. C. 28; 44 W. R. 110; 73 L. T. 584; 60 J. P. 89: Vf. Anon., 
cited Procure). Cp. Appoint, 

ANSWER. — A certificate of indemnity to which a witness is entitled 
who shall "answer" questions, means that he shall "truly answer" 
(R. V. Hulme, 39 L. J. Q. B. 149; L. R. 5 Q. B. 377). In that case 
Lush, J., said, "Wherever the legislature speaks of * answering' ques- 
tions, it means that which is intended by the words *true answer,' — 
•answer' in the sense in which the word is ordinarily and popularly 
used." 

" A Party who obtains an Order for time *to answer' (nothing further 
being specified), is at liberty to plead, whether the matter of the plea be 
the disability of the pit, or any other head of defence " (per Cotten- 
ham, C, Hunter v. Nockolds, 2 Phill. 543; 17 L. J. Ch. 253). 

" * Presently answer,^ held, in Plowden, only presently become debtor, 
not presently pay " (Dwar. 690). 

" Promise to answer for Another," s. 4, Stat, of Frauds ; V, Another. 

ANSWERABLE F. Indemnify. 

" Answerable " is an equivalent for " Liable " (per Ld Gordon, Wear 
Commrs v. Adamson, 2 App. Ca. 775). 

" Answerable, in damages,^* s. 54, Mer. Shipping Act, 1862 ; F. Stoom- 
vart Ma/itschappy Nederland v. P. & 0. Nav. Co, 7 App. Ca. 795 ; 52 
L. J. P. D. & A. 1, over-ruling Chapman v. Royal Netherlands Co, 48 
L. J. Ch. 449 ; 4 P. D. 167. The first of these cases decides that in a 
Collision where both ships are in fault, only one of them is really 
"answerable," or, to use the other phrase, " liable " in damages, viz., the 
one who sustains the lesser damage, " such damages representing the 
moiety of the difference of the aggregate loss beyond the point at which 
the one loss balances the other " ; there is but one compulsory payment. 
Therefore, the owner of the ship which suffers the greater loss, cannot 



ANSWERABLE 92 ANY 

recover on a Protection Policy assuring him against what he may " he- 
come liable to pay " in respect of a Collision, because he does not become 
liable to pay anything (London S, S. Owners Jnsrce v. Grampian S. 5. 
Co, 69 L. J. Q. B. 549; 24 Q. B. D. 663; 62 L. T. 784; 38 W. R. 651). 

ANTECEDENT.— "Antecedent Debt," s. 3, 5 & 6 V. c. 39; V. 
Macnee v. Gorst, 16 W. R. 1197. 

ANTICIPATE. — Where there is a gift for life to a married woman, 
subject to a Restraint on Alienation, and on her ** anticipating " the 
same, then over ; the gift over will not take effect on her executing dur- 
ing coverture what professes to be a mtge of her life estate, because she 
has no power to mtge; "anticipating" will not be construed "attempt- 
ing to anticipate " {Be Wormald, cited Alienation). 

ANTICIPATION. — A restraint on "Anticipation" is equivalent 
to a restraint on Alienation {Re Currej/, 55 L. J. Ch. 906; 32 Ch. D. 
361 : Be Grey, 5fj L. J. Ch. 207). 

As to Restraint on Anticipation by a married woman ; V. Godefroi, 
585 et seq : — As to what words will create such Restraint ; V, Re- 
straint ON Alienation : — As to removing such Restraint ; V. 
Benefit. 

There is an Anticipation of an Invention, if there has been (1) Prior 
Publication ; or (2) Prior Use of it: Vh, Edmunds on Patents, ch. 4, 
8. 3: Frost on Patents, ch. 3: as to Prior Use, Vf, Heath y. Smith, 
3 E. & B. 256; 23 L. J. Q. B. 166 : Harwood v. G. N. By, 11 H. L. 
Ca. 654. 

ANTIENT. — V. Ancient. 

ANTIQUITY.— F. Law Library. 

ANY. — "Any," is not confined to a plural sense {Eaton v. Lyon, 
3 Ves. 694), 

" Any" is a word which excludes limitation or qualification (per Fry, 
L. J., Duck V. Bates, 53 L. J. Q. B. 344 ; 12 Q. B. D. 79) ; " as wide as 
possible" (per Chitty, J., Beckett v. Sutton^ 51 L. J. Ch. 433). A re- 
markable instance of this wide generality is furnished in Be Farquhar 
(4 Notes of Ecc. Cases, 651, 652, cited Wms. Exs. 106), wherein the words 
"any Soldier,'* &c, in s. 11, Wills Act, 1837, were construed as includ- 
ing minors, so that soldiers and seamen, within that section, can make 
Nuncupative Wills though under age. So, a power in a Lease, en- 
abling the Lessor to resume "possession of any Portion of the premises 
demised," enables him to resume all {Liddy v. Kennedy, L. R. 5 H. L. 
134). So, a Notice of an Extraordinary Meeting, under s. 70, Comp. 
C. C. Act, 1845, " to remove any of the present Directors," justifies a 
Resolution to remove them all {Isle of Wight By v. Tahourdin, 25 Ch. 



ANY 93 ANY 

D. 332; 53 L. J. Ch. 359; 60 L. T. 132; 32 W. R. 297). Vf. An : Popu- 
LAB Action. 

So, " under a Devise to three persons as tenants in common in tail, and 
in default of such issue 'of any ofthtm^ over; Cross Remainders were 
implied, and *any,' in effect, read *all'" (Watson, Eq. 1410, citing 
Powell V. Howell, L. R. 3 Q. B. 664 ; 37 L. J. Q. B. 294 ; 9 B. & S. 704 : 
r. Holmes v. Meynell, Raym. T. 452). 

But its generality may be restricted by the subject matter or the con- 
text. Thus, " Any Action," s. 36, Co. Co. Act, 1856, meant any Co. Co. 
Action (Re Copp, 6 Q. B. D. 607 ; 50 L. J. Q. B. 233). So, under R. 
295, Bankry R. 1870, "any Creditor" might oppose registration of 
resolutions; but that meant "any creditor who had previously proved 
his debt" {Ex p. Barfster, 53 L. J. Ch. 124; 24 Ch. D. 477: Cp. Wells 
V. Greenhill, 5 B. & Aid. 869). So, " any other Person," in R. 32, Ord. 
42, R. S. C, means, by the context, any Officer of a judgment-debtor Cor- 
poration {Irwell V. Eden, 18 Q. B. D. 588 ; 56 L. J. Q. B. 446 ; b^ L. T. 
620 ; 36 W. R. 511) ; and by a context " any person " may mean any 
eligible person {Tobacco Pipe Makers t. Woodrojgj'e, 7 B. & C. 838: Vf. 
Metrop. Bd. Works v. Loud. & AT. W. Ry, 49 L. J. Ch. 355; 14 Ch. D, 
521). So, under Romilly's Act, 52 G. 3, c. 101, " any two or more Per- 
sons " to present a petition, means persons having an interest {Re Bed^ 
ford Charity, 2 Swanst. 518). Vf R. v. Comptroller of Patents, inf. 

So, in Weston v. Barton (6 Taunt. 673) a Bond for all advances made 
by Bankers (named, and so described) " or any or either of them, " was 
controlled by the context as not securing advances by the survivors after 
the death of one of them. 

But the words "any Person," s. 13 (3), Debtors' Act, 1869, is not 
restricted to cases of bankruptcy, and applies to any person whether 
bankrupt or not (R. v. Rowlands, 51 L. J. M. C. 51 ; 8 Q. B. D. 530). 
Va. Ex p. Harper, Re Taitj 52 L. J. Ch. 117, and Ex p, Norris, Re 
Sadler, 56 L. J. Q. B. 93; 17 Q. B. D. 728; 35 W. R. 19, as to the 
phrase, " at any Time " in the Bankry Act. 

As to the phrase "any Party," R. S. C; V. Shaw v. Smith, 56 
L. J. Q. B. 174 ; 18 Q. B. D. 193 ; 56 L. T. 40 ; 35 W. R. 188, explain- 
ing Brown v. Watkins, 55 L. J. Q. B. 126 ; 16 Q. B. D. 125. 

A local Harbour Act which imposed a penalty on. " any person " who 
placed articles " on any quay, wharf, or landing place, within 10 feet of 
the quay head, or on any space of ground immediately adjoining the said 
haven, within 10 feet from high- water mark," so as to obstruct the free 
passage, was held inapplicable to private property over which there was 
no public right of way (Harrod v. WorshijJ, 30 L. J. M. C. 165 ; 1 B. & 
S. 381). 

" Any Carriage " ; F. Carriage, at end. 

" Any Cause " ; V. Alteration. 

The usual clause in conditions of Sale giving interest, if from " any 



ANY 94 ANY 

Cause whatever *' the purchase be delayed, may, semble, be modified by 
the Court, and does not include the vendor's own avoidable default (JTer- 
shaw V. Kershaw, L. K 9 Eq. 56 ; 21 L. T. 661 ; 18 W, R. 477 : 
Monckton to Oilzean, 64 L. J. Ch. 257 ; 27 Ch. D. 555 ; 51 L. T. 320 ; 
32 W. K. 973 : De Visine v. De Visme, 1 Mac. & G. 336, on whlcv per 
Romilly, M. R., Vickers v. Handy 26 Bea. 633, citing Sherwin v. 
Shakspear, 5 D. G. M. & G. 517 : Sv. Dart, 143, 144, 719-723 : Vf. Re 
Gold and Norton^ W. N. {%o) 6; 62 L. T. 321; 33 W. K 333: Sthlc 
not followed in Re Riley to Streatfield^ 34 Ch. D. 386). The stringency 
of such a clause is increased by an exception of " other than the Wilful 
Default of the Vendor" (Dart. 723). 

" Any other Cause whatever " ; F. Sun Insrce t. Ifartj 58 L. J. 
P. C. 69. 

"Any Company"', Stat. Def., 31 & 32 V. c. 110, s. 3. 

" Any CouH of Record "; Stat. Def., 41 & 42 V. c. 49, s. 74. 

" Any Damage '*; V. Full Compensation. 

"Any Decree or Order," s. 1, 15 & 16V. c. 55; V, Beckett v. 
Sutton, 19 Ch. D. 646 ; 46 L. T. 481 ; 51 L. J. Ch. 432. 

" In any Direction " ; F. Direction. 

" Any Estate, or Interest," includes an Equitable Estate (per Best, J., 
R. V. Geddington, 2 B. & C. 135). 

" Any Bird of Game "; V. Game, Animals, 

"Any Gaming^** s. 17 (1), 35 & 36 V. c. 94, prohibits a licensed 
person from allowing even lawful games on his premises, if played for 
money or money's worth {Foot v. Baker , 6 Sc. N. R. 306 ; 6 M. & G. 
335; 11 J. P. 444: Dan ford v. Taylor, 33 J. P. 277: Luff v. Leaper, 
36 J. P. 64: R. Y.Ashton, 22 L. J. M. C. 1 ; 1 E. & B. 286: Bew v. 
Harston, 47 L. J. M. C. 121 ; 3 Q. B. D. 454 ; 26 VV. R. 915 ; 42 J. P. 
808 : Dyson v. Mason, 58 L. J. M. C. hh ; 22 Q. B. D. 351). 

" Any of the Inhabitants " ; V. Inhabitants. 

" Any Land" s. 8, Real Property Limitation Act, 1874, includes only 
land within the jurisdiction (Suttony. Sutton, W. N. (83) 88; V, S. C, 
cited Charged upon, for " any Sum secured by mortgage "). 

" Any Lawful Purpose " ; V. Lawful Purpose. 

"In any Manner he may think proper," s. 27, Wills Act, 1837; V, 
General Power. 

"In any Manner vest "; V. Re De Ros, 31 Ch. D. 81; 56 L, J. Ch. 
73; 53 L. T. 524; 34 W. R. 36. 

" Any Misdemeanour "; V, Misdemeanour. 

" On any Money received "; V. Fisher v. Drewitt, W. N. (78) 151. 

" Any Officer "; V. Officer: Stat. Def., 23 & 24 V. c. 114, s. 1. 

" Any One accident " ; V, One Accident. 

The penalty for an unauthorized representation of " Skuy Part " of a 
Dramatic Piece, s. 2, 3 & 4 W. 4, c. 15, is not incurred unless a mate- 
rial and substantial part of it be given (Blanche v. Braham, 7 L. J. 



ANY 95 ANY 

C. p. 25; 4 Bing. N. C. 17: CJiatterton v. Cave, 47 L. J. C. P. 545; 
3 App. Ca. 483). 

A Power of Sale of " any Part " of an Estate would, probably, 
authorize the sale of the whole of it {Rendlesham v. MeuXy 14 Sim. 
249: Cooke v. Farrand, 7 Taunt. 122); and a Power to Appoint, or a 
Bequest of, " any Part " of a testator's estate, enables the donee to take 
or appoint it all (1 Jarm. 361, 362, citing Cooke v. Farrand, sup: Arthur 
V. Mackinnon, 48 L. J. Ch. 534 ; 11 Ch. D. 385 : Vf. Appropriate). But 
the power to sell " any Part " of mortgaged property, s. 19 (1), Conv. & 
L. P. Act, 1881, means, " a separable part of the mortgaged property 
in the state in which it was subjected to the mtge " (per Bowen, L. J.,/?e 
Yates, Batcheldor v. Yates, 57 L. J. Ch. 705) ; and the power does not 
enable a mtgee to break up, or dismantle, the property, — e.g. by selling 
fixtures separately from the building to which they are affixed {S. C, 57 
L. J. Ch. 697; 38 Ch. D. 112; 59 L. T. 47; 36 W. R. 563 : Re Brooke, 
1894, 2 Ch. 600; 64 L. J. Ch. 21); yet it does enable him to sell " any 
part '* so as to carry with it all legal incidents ordinarily accompanying 
a grant, e.g. Rights of Way, or Light (^Bom v. Turner^ 1900, 2 Ch. 211; 
69 L. T. Ch. 593; 83 L. T. 148 ; 48 W. R. 697). 

A Power to Lease " any Part " of Land, given by Deed or Will, does 
not authorize a Lease of the land, or any part of it, with a reservation of 
Sporting Rights or Minerals, — " Part," in such a connection, means, 
the whole of so much of the land as is divided from the rest vertically, 
and not horizontally {Dayrell v. Hoare, 9 L. J. Q. B. 299; 12 A. &E. 
356); because, in a private and limited Power of that kind, its donee 
cannot, whilst exercising it qu^ one '' part " of the property, impose a 
burden on another part (per Rigby, L. J., Re Gladstone, 69 L. J. Ch. 
457) . But, in any view, Dayrell v. Hoare, is no authority for the con- 
struction of the large general Powers of Leasing given by s. 6, S. L. Act, 
1882, or those given by s. 18, Conv. and L. P. Act, 1881, each of which 
sets of Powers is over " Land," in the wide meaning of that word 
which those Acts provide (and which includes " Incorporeal Heredits "); 
accordingly, a Tenant for Life has power, under the first of those sec- 
tions, to grant a Building Lease of Settled Land with a reservation of 
Mines and Minerals {Re Gladstone, 1900, 2 Ch. 101; 82 L. T. 515; 69 
L. J. Ch. 455; 48 W. R. 531, over- ruling Re Nevill and Newell, 1900, 
1 Ch. 90: Vf. Re Rutland, 69 L. J. Ch. 603: s. 17, S. L. Act, 1882); 
and a Mtgor in Possession has power, under s. 18, Conv. and L. P. Act, 
1881, to grant an Occupation Lease of a House and its Furniture, together 
with Sporting Rights over the land comprised in the mtge, especially if 
those Rights had been severed from the land before the mtge {Browne 
V. Peto, cited Occupation Lease). 

As to effect of " any Part" in a stipulation against sub-letting; V. 
Assign: Underlease. 

" Any Part '' of a Borough, within 7 miles of which a man must 



ANY 96 ANY 

reside as a condition of the Parliamentary Franchise, s. 27, Kep. 
People Act, 1832, means, the nearest part {Oldham Case, 1 O'M. & 
H. 158). 

Costs of an Uncertificated Solr are not " recoverable in any Action, 
Suit, or Matter, by any Person," s. 12, 37 & 38 V. c. 68; V, Maintain. 

Deposit in hands of "any Person," s. 18, Gaming Act, 1845; V. per 
Kay, L. J., Strachan v. Universal Stock Exchange (No. 2)^^ L. J. 
Q. B. 181 : Deposit. 

" Any Person," riotous, &c, in a Churchyard, or Burial Ground, s. 2, 
23 & 24 V. c. 32, includes a Clergyman ( Vallancey v. Fletcher, 1897, 
1 Q. B. 265; 66 L. J. Q. B. 297; 76 L. T. 201; 46 W. R. 367; 61 J. P. 
183). 

"Any Person," s. 11 (1), Patents, &c. Act, 1883, means, any person 
having an interest in the particular Patent {R. v. Comptroller of Patents, 
1899, 1 Q. B. 909; 68 L. J. Q. B. 568; 80 L. T. 777). Vf, Re Bedfo^^ 
Charity^ sup: Aggrieved. 

"Any other Person," a. 13, 54 & 55 V. c. 37; V. Pollock v. Moses, 
63 L. J. M. C. 116; 70 L. T. 378; 58 J. P. 527. 

"Any Person not named as Deft," R. 26, Ord. 12, R. S. C; V. 
Landlord. 

Profits accruing to " Any Person . . . from any kind of Property 
whatever," s. 2, Sch. D., Income Tax Act, 1853, 16 & 17 V. c. 34; V. 
Colquhoun v. Brooks, 57 L. J. Q. B. 439; 21 Q. B. D. 52; 59 L. T. 661; 
36 W. R. 657; a£Ed 59 L. J. Q. B. 53; 14 App. Ca. 493 ; 61 L. T. 518; 
38 W. R. 289. 

"Any Place'' \ V, Ply: Place. 

" Any Port " ; V. Liberty to call. 

"Any Power,'* &c, 997, Code of Civil Procedure, Lower Canada; 
F. Casgrain v. Atlantic & N. W. Ey, 1895, A. C. 282; 64 L. J. 
P. C. 88. 

" Any other Purpose "; V. Re Norris, W. N. (83) 35, 65. 

Judge to make Note of "any Question of Law," s. 120, Co. Co. Act, 
1888, means of each Question (R. v. JTerr, 70 L. T. 695). 

" Any Settlement "; F. Settlement. 

"Any Ship"; F. Ship. 

"At any Stage of the Proceedings," R. 11, Ord. 16, R. S. C; F. 
Stage. 

" Any Time " ; F. At any time. 

" Any Trade or Business "; F. Trade. 

"Any Trust"; F. Trust. 

" In any JVay") F Mills v. Dunham, cited Customer. 

" Any Woman he may marry " ; F. Woman. 

Vf Harrison v. Cornwall Minerals Ry, 51 L. J. Ch. 98; 18 Ch. D. 
334: Fletcher v. Hudson, 49 L. J. Ex. 793 ; 5 Ex. D. 287; 45 J. P. 5. 
F. One: Proceeding. 



ANYTHING 97 APOTHECARY 

ANYTHING. —" If anything remaining ''; V. Dispose of. 
APART. — V, LrviNO Apart: Separate: Neglect: Set Apart. 
APOLOGY. — V. Full Apology. 

APOTHECARY. — "An Apothecary is a person who professes to 
judge of internal disease by its symptoms, and applies himself to cure 
that disease by medicines " (per Cresswell, J., Apothecaries Co v. 
Lotinga, 2 Moo. & R. 499) ; " a Chymist may prepare and vend, but 
not prescribe or administer, medicine " (per Best, G. J., Allison v. 
Haydon^ 4 Bing. 621; Vf,j on this distinction, Apothecaries Co v. 
Greenouffhf inf.). 

A person advising patients, and compounding and selling his own 
medicines, but not making up physicians' prescriptions, is acting as an 
" Apothecary " within s. 20, 65 G. 3, c. 194 (Apothecaries Co v. Allen, 
4 B. & Ad. 626; 1 N. & M. 413: lb. v. Greenough, 1 Q. B. 799; 11 
L. J. Q. B. 156 ; 1 G. & D. 378) ; so, of a Chemist who habitually advises 
the medicines he sells {lb, v. Nottingham, 34 L. T. 76). But acting as a 
Surgeon or Accoucheur, is not practising as an Apothecary, nor is the 
supplying of medicines gratis {Woodward v. Ball, 6 C. & P. 677). Vf. 
Apothecaries Co v. Warburton, 3 B. & Aid. 43, 44, where it is stated 
that the " most important part of the duty of an Apothecary is to make 
up the prescriptions of physicians." 

A person acts as an Apothecary within s. 20, if he selects and sup- 
plies medicines for the purpose of individual cure, even though he may 
also be an Herbalist, and, as such, protected by 34 & 36 H. 8, c. 8 {Apothe- 
caries Co v. Welch, Times, 21st March, 1890). 

An " Apothecary," within the late Bankry def of " Trader," included 
a man (e.g. Palmer, the Eugeley murderer) who carried on the business 
of Surgeon and Apothecary, and made up medicines for his patients, but 
did not make them up from other persons' prescriptions, or sell drugs to 
the public {Ex p. Crabb, Re Palmer, 25 L. J. Bank. 46; 8 D. G. M. 
& G. 277). 

A bequest to " the Surgeon and Resident Apothecary " of the S. Dis- 
pensary " or any who may hold the like situations "; held, to include the 
two Surgeons to the Dispensary and also the Dispenser, there being no 
Besident Apothecary {Ellis v. Bartrum, 25 Bea. 109). 

Stat. Def.— 16 & 17 V. c. 97, s. 132. 

Note. James I. incorporated the Apothecaries of London (6 & 7 
W. 3, c. 4, s. 1) ; and it has been contended that that statute was the 
first recognition of the right of Apothecaries to attend patients, as well 
as to make up and sell medicines, though Hose v. College of Physicians 
(6 Brown, P. C. 663) is sometimes cited as having first established 
such right (1 Q. B. 806, n). 

r. Practice: Surgeon: Chemist: 1 Encyc. 267. 

7 



APPAREL 98 APPEAL 

APPAREL. — V. Tackle : Weabing Apparel: Paraphebnalia. 

APPARENT. — By s. 64, Bills of Ex. Act, 1882, an alteration in a 
Bill which is not " apparent " will not affect a Holder in due course. 
" By the word * apparent ' I do not think it is meant that the holder only 
should not have had the means of detecting the alteration. If the party 
sought to he hound can at once discern hy some incongruity on the face 
of the (Bill or) Note and point out to the holder that it is not what it 
was — that ia to say, that it has been materially and fraudulently 
altered — I think the alteration is an 'apparent' one, even if it is 
not an obvious one to all mankind" (per Denman, J., Leeds Bank v. 
Walker, 52 L. J. Q. B. 694; 11 Q. B. D. 84: Vf. Scholfield v. Londes- 
borough, cited Acceptance). 

F. Obvious: Apparent Possession. 

" Apparent," s. 21, Wills Act, 1837, means, apparent on the face of 
the instrument in the condition in which it is left by the testator (Re 
Horsford, 44 L. J. P. & M. 9 ; L. R. 3 P. & D. 211) ; but, though no 
physical interference with the document is allowable, yet it may be 
examined with magnifying glasses and held up to the light and the 
alteration may be framed with an opaque substance so as to exclude 
superfluous light; and if an expert, after such an examination, can 
decipher the original words and can satisfy the Court thereof, then they 
remain "apparent," within the section {Ffin^ihY. Cowie, 1894, P. 191; 
63 L. J. P. D. & A. 113 ; 70 L. T. 695). 

V. Heir Apparent. 

APPARENT EASEMENT. — Apparent Easements are "not only 
those which must necessarily be seen, but those which may be seen and 
known on a careful inspection by a person ordinarily conversant with the 
subject " (Gale, 21, 139, adopted, Pyer v. Carter, 2Q L. J. Ex. 261 ; 1 H. 
& N. 922). 

F. Necessary. 

APPARENT POSSESSION. — Qu^ Bill of Sale; Stat. Def., 41 
& 42 V. c. 31, s. 4 ; (Ir.) 42 & 43 V. c. 60, s. 4, taken from 17 & 18 
V. cc. 36, b6, V. Possession. 

APPARITOR- — " Apparitors," are officers appointed to execute the 
proper Orders and Decrees of the Ecclesiastical Court (Phil. Ecc. Law, 
951, 952). 

APPEAL. — The right of Appeal is only by statute. It is not in 
itself a necessary part of the procedure in an action, but " is the right of 
entering a Superior Court and invoking its aid and interposition to re- 
dress the error of the Court below. It seems absurd to denominate this 
paramount right, part of the practice of the inferior tribunal" (per 
Westbury, C, A-O. v. Sillem, 33 L. J. Ex. 209 ; 10 H. L. Ca. 704). 



APPEAL 99 APPEARANCE 

F. Pbacticb : As to the various Appeals, V. 1 Encyc. 269-283. 

A motiou before a Judge in Court to discharge or vary an Order made 
by him in Chambers is, not an Appeal but, a Re-Hearing (per Cotton, 
L. J., Ee Giles, 43 Ch. D. 395; 69 L. J. Ch. 226; 62 L. T. 375; 38 
W. K 273 : Boake v. Stevenson^ 1895, 1 Ch. 358; 64 L. J. Ch. 261; 71 
L. T. 722; 43 W. R. 189). So, an Application to the Court of Appeal 
to discharge or vary an Order, made by one of its members under s. 52, 
Jud. Act, 1873, is not an Appeal within s. 1, Jud. Act, 1894 (Boi/d v. 
Bischoffscheim, 1896, 1 Ch. 1; 64 L. J. Ch. 148) ; but an application to 
vary the Findings of an Official Referee, is such an Appeal {Daglish v. 
BaHon, 81 L. T. 551 ; 48 W. R. 50 ; 68 L. J. Q. B. 1044). 

"Notice of Appeal," Sch. C. s. 14, Petty Sessions Clerk (Ir) Act, 
1858, 21 & 22 V. c. 100, does not include the Notice to be given by the 
Appellant under s. 24, 14 & 15 V. c. 93 {R. v. Cork Jus., 30 L. R. Ir. 
679). 

Stat. Def. —53 & 54 V. c. 27, s. 15. — Ir. 59 & 60 V. c. 47, s. 22. 

"Appeale of felonie " (Litt. s. 500); — " A2Jpellum signifieth accii- 
satio, an accusation, and therefore to appeale a man is as much as to 
accuse him ; and in ancient bookes he that doth appeale is called accusa- 
tory and is peculiarly in legall signification applyed to appeales of three 
sorts," — Le. (1) Wrong to Ancestor; (2) Wrong to Husband; (3) 
Wrong to self, " The word appellum is derived of appeller^ to call, be- 
cause appellans vocat reum in judicium^ he calleth the defendant to 
judgment, and the plaintife is called the appellant " (Co. Litt. 287 b). 

APPEAL COURT. — V. s. 13 (2), Interp. Act, 1889. 

APPEAR. — A Condition of a Legacy, that legatee "personally 
appear before exors " and prove identity, is performed by delivering 
such proof to two of the exors and to the agent of the third (Tanner v. 
Tebbutt, 12 L, J. Ch. 216). 

" Appear, act, or behave " ; V. Keeper. 

A statutory power enabling a Body to " appear " by, e.g. their Clerk, 
does not entitle it to be heard in that way (R. v. London Jus., 1896, 
1 Q. B. 659; 65 L. J. M. C. 120; 74 L. T. 623; 44 W. R. 485; 60 
J. P. 420). 

A state of things, " made to appear " ; F. Stanley v. Fielden, 5 B. 
& Aid. 431, 433, 437. Semble, the phrase is nearly, if not quite, 
synonymous with "proved." 

But where the phrase is, — e.g. s. 36, P. H. Act, 1875, — if a state of 
things shall " appear " to a Local Authority, " that is obviously for the 
purpose of making the Local Authority the judge," — i.e. it is their 
opinion, and not the actual fact, which is predicated (per Channell, J., 
Robinson v. Sunderland, cited Sufficient Cause). 

APPEARANCE. — The actual " Appearance " of the parent is not a 
condition precedent to making an order for Vaccination under s. 31, 30 



APPEARANCE 100 APPLICABLE 

& 31 V. c. 84 (R. V. Cinque Forts Jus., 66 L. J. M. C. 167; 17 Q. B. D. 
191 : Dutton v. Atkins, 40 L. J. M. C. 167 ; L. R. 6 Q. B. 373) ; and a 
similar rule was laid down as regards the power, under an old Act, to 
discharge an Indenture of Apprenticeship " on the Master's appearance " 
{Ditton's Case, 2 Salk. 489). 

APPENDAGES AND APPURTENANCES. — An assignment of 

" all the Appendages and Appurtenances " of a Ship, includes her chrono- 
meter (1 Maude & P. 63, citing Langton v. Horton, 11 L. J. Ch. 299). 

*• The case upon the ship Dundee (1 Hagg. Adm. 121), upon which we 
have a judgment hy Ld Stowell and by Ld Tenterden, has only gone to 
the extent of establishing that, under 63 G. 3, c. 169, in the expression 
' Ship and her appurtenances,' the word ^Appurtenances ' must be con- 
strued to extend to anything belonging to the owners which is on board 
a ship for the accomplishment of the object of the voyage and adventure 
on which she is engaged ; but the Cargo itself is the object and purpose 
of the adventure, and not something provided as a means for the attain- 
ment of the object " (per Langdale, M. R., Langton v. Horton, 11 L. J. 
Ch. 238 ; 6 Bea. 9) ; and it was accordingly there held that a cargo of 
oil, though acquired by a whaler during her adventure, was not included 
in an assignment of her " Appurtenances." V. Appubtexances, at end. 

APPENDANT- — " Appendant, is any inheritance belonging to an- 
other that is superior or more worthy. In law it is called pertinens, 
quasi invicem tenens, holding one another; a word indifferent both to 
things appendant, and things appurtenant. The quality and nature of 
the things do make the difference. Appendants are ever by prescrip- 
tion ; but appurtenants may be created in some cases at this day " (Co. 
Litt. 121b). F. Appurtenances : Incorporeal Heredit. 

Common Appendant ; V, Common. Cp. In Gross, sub Gross. 

Vh, 1 Encyc. 284. 

APPERTAINING. — The primary sense of "Appertaining" is 
much the same as Appurtenances, whv, 

" There is, however, a difference between the devise of a house and 
the appurtSj and of a house tcith the lands appertaining thereto. It is 
clear that by the latter expression some lands are intended, and therefore 
the primary sense of the word * appertaining * is excluded" (1 Jarm. 
782, and cases there cited). 

Vf. Williams V. Phillips, 61 L. J. Q. B. 102; 8 Q. B. D. 437: 
Townsend v. Champemown, 1 Y. & J. 638 : Belonging. 

APPLICABLE. — British laws prescribed for a Colony " In so far as 
applicable " ; V. Jex v. McKinney, 68 L. J. P. C. 67. 

Adoption by a Special Act of a General Act, " so far as applicable to, 
and not inconsistent with, the provisions " of the Special Act ; F. 22. v. 
G. W. By, 1 E. & B. 263 j 22 L. J. Q. B. 66 : Cp. Expressly varied. 



APPLICATION 101 APPOINT 

APPLICATION- — "Application," in R. 15, Ord. 58, E. S. C, 
includes the hearing of the action as well as an interlocutory proceeding 
(International Financial Socy y, Moscow Ga>s Co^ 47 L. J, Ch. 258; 
7 Ch. D. 241 ; 37 L. T. 736 ; 36 W. R. 272). Vf. Refusal. 

Notice of Motion to set aside an Award, is a commencement of an 
** Application " under R. 14, Ord. 64, R. S. C. {Re Gallop afid Central 
Queensland Meat Co, 59 L. J. Q. B. 460 ; 25 Q. B. D. 230 ; 62 L. T. 
834; 38W.R. 621). 

" Application," s. 60, Land Law (Ir) Act, 1881 ; V. Chains v. 
kelson, 12 L. R. Ir. 272. 

" Special Application " ; V. Special. 

V, Universal Application. 

APPLIED. — V. Productive Capital. 

" Capital Money to be applied," s. 15, S. L. Act, 1890 ; K Re Bristol^ 
cited Capital Money. 

Money " to be applied " for Maintenance ; V. Williams v. Papworth^ 
cited Maintenance. 

** Appropriated and applied " ; V. Appropriated. 

APPLOT.— Quk Grand Jury (Ir) Act, 1856, 19 & 20 V. c. 63, 
** * Applot ' and * Applotment,' shall include * Assess' and 'Assess- 
ment ' " (s. 19). 

APPLY- — Though a discretionary Trust "to Pat to" A. income 
which has been forfeited by his bankruptcy, is bad (as being in deroga- 
tion of the bankruptcy), yet such a Trust " to apply " the income for 
A.'s ** Benefit during the remainder of his life " is good, and the trustees 
may spend the whole, or any part, of the income in A.'s Maintenance, 
in the widest and most general sense of that word {Re Bullock, Good v. 
Lickorishy 60 L. J. Ch. 341 ; 64 L. T. 736 ; 39 W. R. 472). 

" Before he applies " ; V. Before. 

" Applies " a Trade Description to Goods ; F. Trade Description. 

APPOINT. — A power "to appoint" to such persons as the donee 
may think fit enables him to appoint to himself or wife (Sug. Pow. 25). 

So, under a power " to appoint " an Executor to a Will, the donee may 
appoint himself {Re Ryder, 31 li. J. P. M. & A. 215; 2 Sw. & T. 
127) : but, semble, a person nominated to appoint a New Trustee cannot 
appoint himself {Re Skeats, 58 L. J. Ch. 656; 42 Ch. D. 522: Re 
Newen^ 1894, 2 Ch. 297 ; 63 L. J. Ch. 763 ; 43 W. K. 58), but in those 
cases the decision proceeded also on the ground that the power was given 
to appoint " any other person." CJp. Another. 

" Appoint," in a general bequest, may be sufficient to execute a Special 
Power of Appointment {Pidgely v. Pidgely, 1 Coll. 255 : Sv. Re Rich- 
ardson, 17 L. R. Ir. 436). 

V. General Power : Power : Expressly Kefer ; Limit. 



APPOINT 102 APPORTION 

Where there is a Single Arbitrator, " Notice to appoint an arbi- 
trator," 8. 6, Arb. Act, 1889, means, Notice to concur in appointing (per 
Esher, M. R., Re Eyre and Leicester, 1892, 1 Q. B. 136 ; 61 L, J. Q. B. 
438 ; 65 L. T. 733 ; 40 W. R. 203). 

F. Acknowledge. 

APPOl NTED. — When a statute declares that a Class of persons shall 
exercise a certain function, — e.g, shall be Improvement Commrs, — 
each member of that class is '* appointed " to exercise the function 
{Nicholson v. Fields^ 31 L. J, Ex. 233 ; 7 H. & N. 810). 

The regular employment of a person in a particular function, is equiva- 
lent to his being " appointed " to it, unless some special mode of appoint- 
ment is prescribed {Frost v. Bolland, 5 B. & G. 611). F. Treasurbk : 
B. V. Slatter, cited Accepted. 

"Appointed Day "; Stat. Def., Loc Gov Act, 1894, s. 84 (4). 

APPOINTEE. — "Appointee," s. 1, Real Property Limitation Act, 
1833 ; V. Re Devon, 1896, 2 Ch. 662 ; 65 L. J. Oh. 810 ; 75 L. T. 178 ; 
45 W. R. 25. 

APPOINTMENT. — A Power to appoint "by Will or Appoint- 
ment,*' to be signed and sealed in the presence of oue or more witnesses, 
may be exercised by Deed (Sug. Pow. 211). 

A Clause of Cesser, if no " Appointment" of a specified fund is made, 
means, if no part of the fund is appointed (Amott v. Tyrrell, 21 Bea.49). 

As to execution of Power of Appointment; V. General Power: 
Special. 

V. Appoint: Appointed. 

The " appointment " by a Justice of a Select Vestryman, s. 1, 59 G. 3, 
c. 12, was merely a ministerial authentication of the latter's nomination 
and election (/?. v. Adams, 2 A. & E. 413). 

Qu^ Volunteer Act, 1863, 26 & 27 V. c. 65. " ' Appointments,' includes 
Accoutrements and Equipments of every kind, other than Clothing " 
(s. 49) ; — a def adopted for the Naval Artillery Volunteer Act, 1873, 
36 & 37 V. c. 77 (s. 43). 

APPORTION- — "Apportion signifieth a division or partition of a 
rent, common, &c, or a making of it into parts" (Co. Litt, 147 h). 
"This definition seems incomplete. 'Apportionment,' frequently de- 
notes, not division but, distribution ; and, in its ordinary technical sense, 
the distribution of one subject in proportion to another previously dis- 
tributed " (1 Swanst. 338, n). Cp. Divide. 

" To apportion," — e,(/. expenses, — does not, per se, mean equally to 
divide ; and, therefore, the apportionment of expenses of street-paving, 
s. 77, Metrop Man Act, 1862, need not be made on any uniform 
principle, but is in the discretion of the Council, and can only be 
challenged for mala fides {Stotesbury v. St, Giles, Camberwell, 57 L. J. 



APPORTION 103 APPREHENSION 

M. C. 114; 69 L. T. 473; 53 J. P. 5. Vh. B. v. Marsham, 1892, 1 Q. B. 
371; 61 L. J. M. C. 62: Derbi/ v. Grudgings, 1894, 2 Q. B. 496; 
63 L. J. M. C. 170; 43 W. R. 74: Metrop. District Ry v. Fulham, 
1895, 2 Q. B. 443; 65 L. J. Q. B. 29; 73 L. T. 330; 44 W. R. 63; 69 
J. P. 679: Clacton v. Young, 1895, 1 Q. B. 395; 64 L. J. M. C. 124; 
71 L. T. 877; 43 W. R. 219; 59 J. P. 681, whlc distinguished Wake- 
Jield V. Mander^ 6 C. P. D. 248. Cp. Sheffield v. Anderson^ cited Un- 
BE A SON able). So, when it is said that County Couit costs " shall he 
paid hy or apportioned hetween the parties " as the judge shall think 
just^ 8. 113» Co. Co. Act, 1888, ohviously no equal division is meant. 
Vf. Incurred. 

As to disputing Apportionment under s. 150, P. H. Act, 1875 or, 
where adopted, 55 «& 56 V, c, 57; V. Dispute. 

Note. An Apportionment under Metrop Man Acts, or P. H. Acts, 
does not, necessarily, preclude the Local Authority from re-considering 
it and making another apportionment (Bishop v. Wandsworth, 69 L. J. 
Q. B. 632; 82 L. T. 766; 64 J. P. 630). 

Final apportionment; V, Stock v. Meakin, cited Outgoing. 

Apportionment Acts; V. Due: Fixed Period: Periodical: Divi- 
dend: 1 Encyc. 286-288. 

APPRAISEMENT- — An Appraisement, or Valuation, is in the 
nature of an Award (Pei'kins v. Potts, 2 Chitty, 399) ; but in some respects 
differs therefrom (Leeds v. Burrows, 12 East, 1 : Vf, Arbitration). 

Commission of Appraisement, in an Admiralty Action; V. Wms. & 
Bruce, Part 2, ch. 1, s. 8. 

APPRAISER. — Qui Stamp Acts, an "Appraiser is a person who 
shall value or appraise any estate or property, real or personal, or any 
interest in possession or reversion, remainder or contingency, in any 
estate or property, real or personal, — or any goods, merchandize, or 
effects of whatsoever kind or description the same may he, — for or in 
expectation of any Hire, Gain, Fee, or Reward, or Valuable Considera- 
tion to be therefor paid him " (s. 4, 46 G. 3, c. 43). 

V. Sworn Appraiser. 

APPRECIATE. — F. Inappreciable. 

APPRECIATION.— F. Bishop v. Smyrna Ry, cited Profits. 

APPREHENDED "Apprehended Injury," s. 25, W. W. C. Act, 

1847; F. per Halsbury, C., Holliday v. Wakefield, cited Land. 

APPREHENSION.—" Apprehension," s. 8, Extradition Act, 1870, 
33 & 34 V. c. 62, includes detention (R. v. Weil^ 53 L. J. M. C. 74; 
9 Q. B. D. 701 ; 47 L. T. 630 ; 31 W. R. 60; 15 Cox, C. C. 189). 

" Reasonable Apprehension " ; F. Impossible. 



APPRENTICE 104 APPROPRIATE 



APPRENTICE. — " In legal acceptation, an Apprentice is a person 
bound to another for the purpose of learning his Tbade, or Callijto • 
the contract being of that nature that the master teaches and the other 
serves the master with the intention of learning " (per Cockburn, C. J., 
Clapham v. St. Fancras, 29 L. J. M. C. 143, 144; nom. St. Pancra^ v. 
Claphaniy 2 E. & E. 742), whc decided that an Articled Clerk to a Solr 
(then called an Attorney), was an " Apprentice " entitled to gain a Poor 
Law Settlement under s. 8, 3 W. & M. c. 11. But in Ex p. Frideaiuc 
(7 L. J. Ch. 202; 3 My. & C. 327) Cottenham, C, held that such an 
Articled Clerk was not an " Apprentice," within s. 49, 6 6. 4, c. 16, 
which discharged an Apprentice from his Indentures on his master be- 
coming bankrupt; but at that time a Solr (or Attorney), as such, could 
not become a bankrupt. 

Again, in R. v. Doncaster (7 B. & C. 630), the question was whether an 
Articled Clerk to an Attorney had been an Apprentice to a TradCj so as 
to be entitled to the Freedom of the Borough of Doncaster; held, he was 
not ; Tenterden, C. J., saying, — "A person who serves an attorney under 
Articles of Clerkship can hardly be said to be an ' Apprentice ' within 
the popular meaning of that term. Here, however, the right is con- 
fined to such persons as have served an apprenticeship to a Trade. An 
attorney exercises a Profession, and not a Trade." 

If the definition of Cockburn, C. J. (sup), is to be accepted as ex- 
act, the word " Calling " must have a wide meaning, for it has been held 
that a Girl, who bound herself to a Man to learn housewifery business^ 
and such other business as her master should have to do (there being no 
Art or Trade for her to learn), was an Apprentice (/?. v. St. Fetrox^ 
Burr. S. C. 248). 

r. 1 Encyc. 289-294: Seaman. 

Qua 1 V. c. 19, amending Slavery Abolition Act, 1833, 3 & 4 W. 4, 
c. 73, " Apprentice " and " Apprenticed Labourer, " mean " such persons 
as, having been formerly held in slavery, are now apprentices " subject 
to the Act of 1833, or any Order in Council, Ordinance, or Act of As- 
sembly thereunder (s. 29, 1 V. c. 19). 

APPROACH. — V. Immediate Approach: Bridge. 
" Approaching Ship " ; V. The Franconia, cited Overtaking Ship. 
" Means of Approach," s. 74 (2), London Bg Act, 1894; V. Carritt v. 
Godson^ cited Part. 

APPROBATION T. Consent. 

APPROPRIATE. — A power in a Will enabling a person to " Appro- 
priate " or " Select," for his own use, such parts of testator's property as 
he may desire, has been held to intimate a confidence that a reasonable 
selection, and not the whole, will be taken ; and though the exact extent 



APPROPRIATE 105 APPROPRIATION 

to which the donee may go in benefiting himself could not, in the natnre 
of things, be laid down beforehand, jet, possibly, the Court would find a 
mode of restraining any palpably unreasonable exercise of the power 
{Kennedy v. Kennedy^ 10 Hare, 438 : Vf, Davis v. Davis, 1 H. & M. 256: 
Heid y. Reid^ 30 Bea. 388). But where the power extends over only a 
small class of property, — e,g, testator's plate, — and the donee be his 
widow, she may take the whole of it {Arthur v. Mackinnon^ 48 L. J. Ch. 
534; 11 Ch. D. 386; 27 W. R. 704). And even where there were no 
such circumstances, but the gift empowered the donee " to choose every- 
thing he might desire " from the Furniture, except some specified arti- 
cles; the Court of Appeal (hereon affg Korth, J.) held that he might 
take all, or as much as he liked, other than the excepted articles {Re 
Sharland, 74 L. T. 664). So, a gift of (say) Wines to A., but with a 
direction that B. may " consume " as much of them as he " cares to do " 
during his life, enables B. to consume the whole of them; but, on his 
death, the unconsuroed part will go to A., not indeed by way of succession 
but, as an independent gift which then becomes ascertained {Re Colyer, 
55 L. T. 344; W. N. (86) 169 : V. Coxsumablk). Vf. Appropriation : 
Pabt: Such: Liddyv, Kennedy, cited Any: 1 Jarm. 362. 

An executed Parliamentary Power to "Appropriate and tise" the 
Subsoil of a Public Boadway for a Ry Tunnel, creates an Hbredit, 
not a mere Easement {Metrop. Ry v. Fowler, 1893, A. C. 416; 62 L. J. 
Q. B. 663; 69 L. T. 390; 42 W. R. 270; 67 J. P. 766). Under such a 
power, subsoil under private land cannot be appropriated and used until 
the Compulsory Purchase Provisions of the Lands C. C. Act, 1845, have 
been complied with {Farmer v. Waterloo & City Ry, 1895, 1 Ch. 627; 
64 L. J. Ch. 338; 72 L. T. 226; 43 W. R. 363). 

" How can you * appropriate ' Under-ground Water?" (per Smith, L. J., 
Bradford v. Fickles, 64 L. J. Ch. 103, affd in H. L. 1896, A. C. 587 ; 64 
L. J. Ch. 769). 

r. Take and appropriate. 

APPROPRIATED. — In a general testamentary gift of all property 
of whatever description that testator might die possessed of, to be " ap- 
propriated " as donee might think fit, Leach, V. C, thought a criticism 
founded upon the words " possessed of " and " appropriated " too nice to 
exclude Realty {Noel v. Hoy, 5 Mad. 38; stated 1 Jarm. 730). 

Property " appropriated and applied," s. 11 (2), Customs and Inl. Rev. 
Act, 1885, must be actually applied, as well as appropriated, in order to 
obtain the Exemption thereunder (/n/. Rev. v. Scott ^ cited Manner: 
Vf. Re Royal Coll. Surgeons, cited Science). 
V. Legally appropriated. 

APPROPRIATION. — "The word 'Appropriation' maybe under- 
stood in different senses. It may mean a selection on the part of the 



APPROPRIATION 106 APPROVAL 

vendor, where he has a right to choose the article which he has to supply 
in performance of the contract; and the contract will show when the 
word is used in that sense. Or^ the word may mean that both parties 
have agreed that certain articles shall be delivered in pursuance of the 
contract, and yet the property may not pass in either case. < Appropria- 
tion ' may also be used in another sense, viz., where both parties agree 
iipon the specific article in which the property is to pass, and nothings 
remains to be done in order to pass it " (per Parke, B., Wait v. Baker^ 
2 Ex. 8, 9; 17 L. J. Ex. 310, 311). 

Appropriation of Goods j F. Blackb. 128, n, citing Laidler v. Burlinson, 
2 M. & W. 602; 6 L. J. Ex. 160; Atkinson v. Bell, 8 B. & C. 277: 
Anderson v. Morice^ L. R. 10 C. P. 68, 609; 1 App. Ca. 713; 44 L. J. 
C. P. 10, 341; 46 lb. 11: Calcutta v. De Mattos, 32 L. J. Q. B. 
322; 33 lb. 214. Vf, Colonial Insrce v. Adelaide Insrce^ 12 App. 
Ca. 128. 

Appropriation of Payments ; " Where the purchaser owes more than 
one debt to the vendor, and makes a payment, it is his right to apply 
(or in technical language ' appropriate ') the payment to whichever debt 
he pleases" (Benj. 726). Vh. Clayton's Case, 1 Mer. 608: Re Friend^ 
1897, 2 Ch. 421 ; m L. J. Ch. 737 ; 77 L. T. 60; 46 W. R. 139, and cases 
there cited. 

" * Appropriation ' ; the annexing of an Ecclesiastical Beneficb to 
the proper and perpetual use of a spiritual corporation or college " 
(Elph. 561; whv), Vf. per Crampton, J., Shaw v. Woods^ 6 Ir. Com. 
Law Rep. 165: Termes de la Ley: Cowel: Phil. Ecc. Law, 219, 220: 
Endowment. 

" Special Application or Appropriation"; F. Special. 
F. Appropriate: Profits. 

APPROVAL. — A thing done with the "Approval" of A., means 
that, and only that, which he has, with full knowledge^ approved; and, 
therefore, where the Treasury, under ss. 108, 109, Mun Corp Act, 1882, 
had approved a conveyance of Corporation Property which (in fact, but 
without the knowledge of the Treasury) had been sold as part of, a 
Building Scheme; held, that the Treasury had not given " Approval " to 
the implied Vendor's Conditions, arising from such Scheme, and that, 
accordingly, the Grantee was not entitled to the benefit of such Con- 
ditions (Davis V. Leicester, 1894, 2 Ch. 208; 63 L. J. Ch. 440). 

Sale on Approval; F. Sale on Trial. 

Acts of Vestry Committee needing " Approval " of the Vestry, s. 68, 
Metrop Man Act, 1855, — e.g. Notice under s. 85, — do not need 
previovs approval 5 if Vestry Ratify, that suffices {Firth v. Staines, 
1897, 2 Q. B. 70; 66 L. J. Q. B. 510; 76 L. T. 496; 45 W. R. 675; 61 
J. P. 452). Op. Sanction. 

F. Subject to. 



APPROVE 107 APPROVED SERVICE 

APPROVE- — A Statutory Direction that the Court is to "refuse to 
approve," — e.g, a Scheme of arrangement, s. 3 (9), Banliry Act, 1890, 
unless 7«. 6«f. in the B, is secured, — does not mean that the Court is 
bound to approve if the Condition is complied with, it only means that 
such compliance is a sine qua non to the matter being considered (^d 
Butt, 1892, 2 Q. B. 467; 61 L. J, Q. B. 591 j m L. T. 553). 

F. Appboval: Sanction. 

APPROVED- — When one of the parties to a bargain writes 
"approved" at the end of the draft of the agreement and adds his 
signature, he thereby makes the draft a binding contract, and does not 
merely express approval of its form after the manner of conveyancers 
(Brogden v. MetTop, JRyy 2 App. Ca. 666). 

APPROVED AGREEMENT. — A sale "subject to an Approved 
Agreement"; held, not a concluded transaction (per Brett, J., Harman 
V. HomeT, 32 S. J. 762 : Sv, per Wright, J., Chipperjield v. CarteT : 
both cited Subject to). 

APPROVED BILI "I think the phrase 'Approved Bill' could 

only mean a Bill to which no reasonable objection could be made, and 
which ought to be approved " (per* Ellenborough, 0. J., Hodgson v. 
Davies, 2 Camp. 531: F. Benj. 721). V. Prove. 

" Approved Bankers' Bill "; V. Smith v. MerceT, L. R. 3 Ex. 51. 

APPROVED PLAN. — An " Approved Plan," by a Local Authority, 
means, one which the Authority has lawfully approved, and not merely 
one it has actually approved if such approval was in contravention of the 
General Law or its own Bye Laws (Yal)bicom v. King, 1899, 1 Q. B. 
444; Q^ L. J. Q. B. 560; 80 L. T. 159; 47 W. R. 318; 63 J. P. 149: 
Re Mcintosh and FontgpTidd ImpTovement Co, 61 L. J. Q. B. 164). 

APPROVED SECURITIES. — "A power to lend on 'Approved 
Securities,* though it will justify an investment on an ordinary Mort- 
gage, might not be held to extend to Railway Securities (Re Slrnson, 
1 J. & H. 89). And where trustees are empowered to lend 'on such 
securities as they may appTove,^ they are still bound to make en- 
quiries, and exercise a sound discretion whether the securities are of 
sufficient value; and if in such a case the trustees lend on any irregular 
securities, the onus lies on the trustees to show the sufficiency of the 
security (Stretton v. Ashmall, 3 Drew. 9; 24 L. J. Ch. 277: Va Zam- 
haco V. Ca^savetti, L. R. 11 Eq. 439 : New London & Brazilian Bank v. 
Brocklebank, 61 L. J. Ch. 711; 21 Ch. D. 302)." (Lewin, 330). 

V. Sbcubity. 

APPROVED SERVICE.— Stat. Def., Police Act, 1890, 53 & 54 
V. c. 45, s. 4 (1). 



APPROVEMENT 108 APPURTENANCES 

APPROVEMENT. — An Approvement of a Common is an enclosure 
( V. 20 H. 3, c. 4) by a Lord of part of the Waste, or Waste Grouni>, 
of his Manor, "leaving neverthelesse sufficient Common, with egresso 
and regresse for the Commoners " (Termes de la Ley). Vh Wms. on 
Eights of Common, 103 et aeq : Elph. 661 : Sufficient Pasture. 

A Custom for the Lord, with consent of the Homaqe, to enclose, with- 
out leaving Sufficient Pasture, is good (Ramsay v. Cruddas, 1893, 
1 Q. B. 228; 62 L. J. Q. B. 269; 68 L. T. 364; 67 J. P. 406). 

Note, The consent of the Board of Agriculture is now necessary to 
the validity of an Enclosure^ or Approvement, of any part of a Common 
(pQ & 67 V. c. 67, s. 2). 

APPROVER. — " 'Approver,' or 'Appellor/ is he who hath com- 
mitted some Felony which he confesseth, and now appeal eth or ap- 
proveth; that is to say, accuseth others which were coadjutors or helpers 
with him in doing the same or other Felonies, which thing he will 
approve " (Termes de la Ley). Fjf Cowel: Jacob: Informer. 

"The 'Kings Approvers,' are those that have the letting of the 
Kings Demeanes in small Manners for the Kings greater advantage " 
(Termes de la Ley). 

APPURTENANCES. — "By the grant of a messuage, or a mes- 
suage with the appurtenances^ doth pass no more than the dwelling- 
house, barn, dovehouse, and buildings adjoining, orchard, garden, and 
curtilage, i,e. a little garden, yard, field, or piece of void ground, lying 
near aud Belonging to the messuage, and houses adjoining to the dwell- 
inghouse, and the close upon which the dwellinghouse is built, at the 
most. And so much also may pass by the grant of a house. So that 
the quantity of an acre of ground, or thereabouts, in orchard, garden, 
and out-let, may pass by either of these names, but more than this will 
not pass by the grant that is made in either of these words, albeit more 
have been occupied with it, and albeit more be intended to be passed by 
the grant. And therefore if there be a messuage or dwellinghouse, and 
divers acres of land thereunto belonging, called altogether by the name 
of Hedges, and a grant is made by these words of. All that messuage 
with the appurtenances commonly called by the name Hedges; by this 
grant nothing shall pass but the messuage, garden, and curtilage, and 
yet if a manor, or farm, be commonly called by the name of a messuage, 
there by the grant of a messuage the whole manor, or farm, may pass " 
(Touch. 94). In this latter case it is not the word " appurts " that has 
to be construed, but rather the extent and meaning of the name of the 
messuage ( V, Lister v. Plckford^ inf). 

The Touchstone, after the extract given above, goes on to say, " and 
by the grant of a messuage, or house, and all lands thereunto appertain- 
infff will pass all the land usually occupied Therewith." This, however, 
is incorrect. A thing may be " Used and Enjoyed " or " Occupied " with 



APPURTENANCES 109 APPURTENANCES 

soraething else, without "belonging or appertaining" thereto j and if 
these latter words, or " with the appurts, " only were used they would 
only cover such things as are appurtenant to and form part of the prop- 
erty which is the principal subject of the instrument (^Buck v. Nurton, 
1 B. & P. 63: Barlow v. Rliodes, 2 L. J. Ex. 91; 1 Cr. & M. 439; 
3 Tyr. 280 : WarcUe v. Brocklehurat^ 29 L. J. Q. B. 145 : Maitland v. 
Mackinnon^ 32 L. J. Ex. 49: Bolton v. Bolton^ and Feck v. London 
School Bd.^ cited Ways). Secua, where the words are "used," "en- 
joyed," or " occupied " {James v. Plant, 6 L. J. Ex. 260 ; 4 A. & E. 749 ; 
6 N. & M. 282 : Vthc followed and distd Worthington v. Gimson, 29 
L. J. Q. B. 116). Thus, where there are two tenements in one owner- 
ship, there can be no Easement over the one which is " appurtenant " to 
the other ; and even if these tenements were formerly in different owner- 
ships, and, whilst in such different ownerships, the one had acquired an 
easement against the other, yet, if they become united in ownership, all 
subordinate rights and easements are extinguished; and if the owner of 
both devises the tenement which formerly had the easement, with its 
** appurtenances," the easement does not pass, though its use has con- 
tinued, — for the Right to it was extinguished by the unity of owner- 
ship, and the word " appurtenances " is insufficient to create or renew 
the right ( Whalley v. Tompson, IB. & P. 371) ; secuSf had the devise 
been, "with the easement now used" (per Eyre, C. J., lb.). 

But the word " appurtenant " may be used in a secondary sense as 
equivalent to such a phrase as " usually enjoyed with " (Elph. 188 : Bay- 
ley V. G. W. Ry, 26 Ch. D. 434; 51 L. T. 337. Vth, and generally 
hereon. Dart, 609, 610). V. Right. 

Contract to sell land " with the appurts " ; F. Ways. 

In Lister v. Pickford (34 L. J. Ch. 582 ; 34 Bea. 576), Romilly, M. R., 
said, — " It is settled by the earliest authority, and acted upon and con- 
firmed without contradiction down to the latest, that Zane^ cannot he 
appurtenant to Land : and that the word * Appurtenances ' includes in- 
corporeal hereditaments, such as rights of way, of common, of piscary, 
and the like ; but does not include land to be added to that which was 
granted " : F%, Hill v. Grange, Plowd. 170 : Buck v. Nurton, sup: per 
Willes, J., Simpson v. Dendy, 8 C. B. N. S. 468. 

But though Lister v. Pickford, and Evans v. Angell (26 Bea. 202), 
were especially pressed on Kay, J., in Cutkhert v. Robinson (51 L. J. 
Ch. 238), he there, after briefly reviewing the authorities, said, — " The 
law seems to be clearly this: Neither in a Deed nor in a Will does the 
word * Appurtenances ' include land, if the principal subject of gift is 
land or a messuage. But if, from the circumstances at the date of the 
Will and the whole context, it is clear that land is intended to pass as 
appurtenant, the word * Appurtenant ' is flexible enough to carry it." 
Va Gary, 24, per Bromley, C. : and in the early case of Hill v. Orange 
(sup) it was held that "appertaining," as there used, had a wider mean- 



APPURTENANCES 110 APPURTENANCES 

ing than its strict signification, and was used, as it is commonly used, in 
the sense of " occupied with," or " lying to." Vfj Boocher v. Samfordf 
Cro. Eliz. 113 : Ongley v. Chambers, inf. 

So, a gift of " my freehold messuage or Mansion-house, with the offices, 
garden, lawn and Appurtenances thereto, now in my occupation," was 
held, by force of the word " Appurtenances," to pass meadows without 
which the house would be no better than a suburban villa {Leach v. 
Leach, W. N. (78) 79: FjT, Ee Otley and Ilkley, cited Now). But it 
may, probably, be affirmed that the burden of proof lies on those who con- 
tend for this enlarged meaning (1 Jarra. 781, 782 : Evans v. Angell, sup), 
and for an example in which the enlarged meaning was not given, V, 
Smith V. Midgway, L. R. 1 Ex. 46. 

A Pew in the Aisle of a church, may be prescribed for as " Appurtenant '* 
to a house not situate in the Parish {Davis v. Witts, Forrest 14). 

It is sometimes said that the phrase " with the appurtenances, " adds 
but little, if anything, to the meaning, as the principal carries the acces- 
sory (Touch. 89; Vth, Elph. 186-189). Still some weight will frequently 
be attachable to the phrase ; and " it is construed more strictly in a Deed 
than in a Will " (Elph. 189, citing Ongley v. Chambers, 8 Moore C. P. 
665 : 1 Bing. 483). In a Conveyance executed since the Conv. and L. P. 
Act, 1881, the phrase could scarcely add anything to the wide General 
Words which, by s. 6 of that Act, are implied ; on the contrary, it would 
rather narrow those words ( F. Ways). In a Lease it is flexible {Dobbyn 
V. Somers, 13 L. R. Ir. 592). 

In a Testamentary Gift of an Indigo Factory in India, " with the 
zemindaries, villages, and lands therewith held and used, and the Ap- 
purts " ; held, that the Outstandings of the factory business did not pass, 
although they were part of the concern and without the arrangements 
respecting them the business could not have been carried on {Finch v. 
Finch, 35 L. T. 235). 

Vf, as to the meaning of " Appurtenances," Woodf. 149, 150: 2 Piatt, 
33: PheyseyY. Vicary, 16 M. & W. 484: Ackroyd v. Smith, 19 L. J. 
C. P. 315: Thomas y. Owen, bl L. J. Q. B. 198; 20 Q. B. D. 225; 58 
L. T. 162; 36 W. R. 440; 52 J. P. 516: Eoe v. Siddons, 22 Q. B. D. 
224: Smith v. Martin, 2 Saund. 400 a, on whlcv notes in Wms. Saund. 

F. Appebtaining : Appendages: Appendant. 

" Appurtenances " of a Ship, " as used in a Bill of Sale, passes every- 
thing belonging to the ship which is necessary for her as a ship; in any 
other Contract of Sale it would have the same meaning with the addition 
that if a ship be sold as of a particular Class, or as engaged in or suitable 
for a particular Employment, everything belonging to her which is neces- 
sary for a ship of that class or for that employment passes to the pur- 
chaser " (Abbott 27, Fjf cases there cited). 

** Appurtenances " of a Ship must be such things as are appropriated to 
her exclusively \ and do not include such things as she uses indiscrimi- 



APPURTENANCES ill ARBITRATION 

nately with other ships {Ee Salmon & Woods, Exp. Gould, 2 Morr. 137 j 
Vthc^ also cited Ship). 

APPURTENANT V. Appendant. 

Common Appurtenant; F. Common. 

APT. — " Apt and Fit to execute " an Office; V. Fit. 

AQUA.— r. Watebs. 
Aquatiles; V. Fowl. 

ARABANT. — " Are they that held by Tenure of Ploughing or Tilling 
ground " (Cowel). 

ARABLE. — V. Land : Mountain. 

In a Deed, " * arable ' does not only mean land actually ploughed up or 
iu tillage, but also land capable or fit to be so " (per Chatterton, V. C. 
Palmer v. M'Cormick, 25 L. R. Ir. 119). 

ARBITRARILY.— V. Unreasonably. 

ARBITRARY. — " Arbitrary Fine," s. ^5, 5 & 6 W. 4, c. 76, repld, 
8. 110, Mun Corp Act, 1882; V. A.-O. v. Yarmouth, 21 Bea. 632. 
Arbitrary Fine on Copyholds ; V. Scriven, 6 Ed. 155. 

ARBITRATION. — " An arbitration is a reference to the decision of 
one or more persons, either with or without an umpire, of a particular 
matter in difference between the parties " (per Romilly, M. K, Collins 
V. Collins, 28 L. J. Ch. 186; 26 Bea. 309: Termes de la Ley, Arbitre- 
ment). Accordingly if parties sell and buy, and leave the price or com- 
pensation for errors to be fixed by Valuation, any question that may 
arise respecting such valuation is not such a difference as will make the 
case one of "Arbitration " within ss. 11, 12, Com. L. Pro. Act, 1854, or 
8. 27, Arb Act, 1889 (Collins y. Collins, 28 L. J. Ch. 184; 26 Bea. 306: 
Boss V. Helsham, 36 L. J. Ex. 20; L. R. 2 Ex. 72: Re Bawdy, 54 L. J. 
Q. B. 574; 15 Q. B. D. 426 : but though in Boss v. Helsham the Court 
rejected the award of an arbitrator on a question of compensation under 
Conditions of Sale, Jessel, M. K., gave effect to such an award in Be 
Turner & Skelton, 49 L. J. Ch. 114; 13 Ch. D. 130). The object of the 
valuation in such a case is to prevent differences and is a mere Appbaise- 
MSNT valuation. " If," however, " two persons enter into an agreement 
for the sale of property, and try to settle the terms, but cannot agree, and 
after dispute and discussion respecting the price, say, we will refer the 
question of price to A. B., he shall settle it, and they agree that the 
matter shall be referred to his arbitration, that would appear to be < Ar- 
bitration ' in the proper sense of the term within the meaning of the Act " 
(per Bomilly, M. R., Collins v. Collins, sup). And so, if there be a 
distinct agreement providing for the appointment of an umpire to deter* 



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ARBITRATION 112 ARBITRATION 

mine differences between valuers, that would be an " Arbitration " (Re 
Hopper, 36 L. J. Q. B. 97; L. E. 2 Q. B. 367: Ee Dawdy, sup); but 
the differences must be such as involve the consideration of Evidence, 
and which differences must be determined judicially; for if all that has 
to be done is to fix a price by the exercise of personal knowledge and 
skill, then that is a Valuation, not an Arbitration, and it is not made an 
Arbitration by reason merely of an umpire being provided for and ap- 
pointed to adjust the price as between the valuers {Re Hammond and 
Waterton, 62 L. T. 808; explaining Re Hopper^ and reconciling it with 
Re Carus' Wilson and Greene, 66 L. J. Q. B. 530; 18 Q. B. D. 7; 55 
L. T. 846; 35 W. R. 43). V. Valuation. 

A reference of possible disputes to a Foreign Court is an agreement for 
" Arbitration '* within the sections cited {Law v. Garrett, 8 Ch. D. 2Q), 

The sections cited from the Com. L. Pro. Act were repealed, and 
similar but wider provisions made, by the Arb Act, 1889: Vth, Dis- 
pute: Every. 

A Clause to arbitrate disputes will not prevent an Action for a com- 
pleted Cause of Action ; secas, if arbitration is a Condition Precedent 
to liability (Add. C. 77 : Viney v. Norwich Insrce, cited Entitled). 

A clause for arbitration, in Partnership Articles, does not include a 
question of Dissolution {Joplin v. Fostlethwaite, 61 L. T. 629: Tumell 
V. Sanderson, 60 L. J. Ch. 703). 

An arbitration under Lands C. C. Act, 1845 {Re Dare Valley Ry, 
and Rhodes v. Airedale Co, cited Consent), or under s. 180, P. H. Act, 
1875 (Knowles v. Bolton, 1900, 2 Q. B. 253; 69 L. J. Q. B. 481; 82 L. T. 
229; 48 W. R. 433), is subject to the power of the Court to enlarge the 
time for the Award given by s. 9, Arb Act, 1889. 

Whilst the cases cited show the distinction between an Arbitration 
and a Valuation, we get under the Arb Act, 1889, a decision showing the 
difference between an Arbitration and a Trial : thus, the reference of an 
action " to be tried " by an Official Referee under s. 14, Arb Act, 1889, 
is a reference for Trial, and is not a " Compulsory Reference to Arbitra- 
tion," within s. 8, Jud. Act, 1884 {Munday v. NoHon, 1892, 1 Q. B. 403; 
61 L. J. Q. B. 456; 66 L. T. 173; 40 W. R. 355). 

So, when a whole cause is referred to a Special Referee under Ord. 36, 
R. S. C, that is a Trial {Patten v. West of England Iron Co, 1894, 
2 Q. B. 159; 63 L. J. Q. B. 757; 70 L. T. 908; 42 W. R. 522). 

An Agreement that disputes shall be referred to " Arbitration," with- 
out prescribing the number of arbitrators, is a submission to a Single 
Arbitrator, qu& s. 5, Arb Act, 1889 {Re Eyre and Leicester, cited 
Umpire). 

V. Award: Submission: Equivalent. 

In interp clauses, "Arbitrator" generally includes an Umpire, and 
" Arbitrators " a single Arbitrator, e.g. 11 & 12 V. c. 63, s. 2; lb. c. 112, 
8. 147. 



ARCHBISHOP 118 AREA 

ARCHBISHOP. -^ An Archbishop is a Metropolitan Bishop, and 
resembles the Primus in the Scotch Church (Phil. Ecc. Law, 20). He has 
the general Overseership of the Bishops and Clergy of his Province 
(1 Bl. Com. 380). 

Stat. Dei — 37 & 38 V. c. 77, s. 14. —Jr (Archbishop of Armagh; 
Archbishop of Dublin) 27 & 28 Y. c. 54, s. 4. 

ARCHDEACON. — An Archdeacon holds a Dignity (Phil. Ecc. Law, 
128) in the Church of England, working next to a Bishop. He is usu- 
ally appointed by a Bishop by Collation; but an Archdeaconry may be 
in the gift of a Layman, who presents his nominee to the Bishop who 
gives that nominee Admission (Phil. Ecc. Law, 198). Quare impedit 
lies for an Archdeaconry (Smalwood v. Coventry Bp,^ Cro. Eliz. 141, 207). 
An Archdeacon's function is to assist the Bishop in his Overseership. 
''In general, the Archdeacon's jurisdiction is founded on Immemorial 
Custom, in subordination to the Bishop's ; and he is to be regulated as to 
his Dignity, Office, and Power according to the law, usage, and custom 
of his own Church and Diocese " (Phil. Ecc. Law, 200). Vh Phil. Ecc 
Law, Part 2, ch. 5, wh contains a statement of the Modern Statutes 
affecting this Dignity. Cp, Rural Dean. 

Stat. Def. — (Archdeacon) 34 & 35 V. c. 43, s. 3; (Archdeaconry) 55 & 
56 V. c. 32, s. 12. 

ARE. — " Now are " ; V. Now. 

** Are," will sometimes be read in a future sense (Re BaylisSj 17 Sim. 
178). ^Is. 

AREA. — Qui London Bg Act, 1894, " « Area,' applied to a Building, 
means the Superficies of a horizontal section thereof made at the point of 
its greatest surface, inclusive of the External Walls and of such por- 
tions of the Party Walls as belong to the building " (subs. 22, s. 5; 
adopting the def in Metrop Bg Act, 1855, s. 3, except its concluding 
words, *^ but excluding any attached building the height of which does 
not exceed the height of the ground-story "). 

Qui Electric Lighting (Clauses) Act, 1899, 62 & 63 V. c 19, " ' Area of 
Supply y* means, the Area within which the Undertakers are, for the time 
being, authorized to supply Energy under the Special Order " (Sch s. 1). 

** Area of User " of a Street, by a Public Authority, is the surface, — 
and also the soil beneath aud the space over to such a depth and height 
as is reasonably necessary to enable such authority to execute and per- 
form its duties (FareJiam v. Smithy and other cases, cited Vest). 

" Betterment area " ; V. Trade Interest. 

" Bridge area " ; V, Bridge. 

" Exchange Area " ; V. Exchange, 

" Improvement area " ; V. Abut. 

F. Leasehold area: Lighthouse: Local area: Highway. 

" Special areas " ; V. Special. 

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ARCENTUM DEI 114 ARISING 

ARQENTUM DEI. — Is " God's Money, — i.6. money given in 
Earnest upon the making of any bargain " (Cowel). 

ARISE. — F. Br whose act. 

The " Matter of Complaint," s. 11, Sum Jur Act, 1848, arises when 
the thing complained of is complete, as distinguished from mere matters 
of delimination or procedure ; e.g. the time from which the infringement 
of a BuiLDiNO Line is to be reckoned, is the day when the bg is erected 
above the ground so that the bg projects be^rond that Line, and not from 
the date of the Superintending Architect's Certificate, although the Line 
must be delimitated by such Certificate and without it proceedings must 
fail (London Co. Co. v. Cross, 61 L. J. M. C. 160; 66 L. T. 731, recon- 
ciling Pdddington v. Snow, 45 L. T. 475, with Spackman v. Plumsteady 
cited General Line of Building). So, of the erection of an Encroach- 
ment (Banking v. Forbes, 34 J. P. 486), or of a Party Wall contrary to 
a Bye Law (Marshall v. Smith, 42 L. J. M. C. 108; L. R. 8 C. P. 416; 
28 L. T. 538). 

But when a Demand has to be made (Labalnumdiere v. Addison, 28 
L. J. M. C. 25 ; 1 E. & E. 41 ; 23 J. P. 261 : Grece v. Huivt, 46 L. J. M. C. 
203; 2 Q. B. D. 389; 41 J. P. 261), or a Time has to expire (Jacomb v. 
Dodgson, 32 L. J. M. C. 113; 3 B. & S. 461; 27 J. P. 68: Mayer v. 
Harding^ L. R. 2 Q. B. 410 ; 9 B. & S. 27, n. a ; 17 L. T. 140 ; 32 J. P. 421), 
before the thing complained of is complete, the time runs from the demand, 
or the expiry of the time. Vf Morant v. Taylor, cited Otherwise. 

Of course, where the Offence is a continuing one, — e.g. a Smoke 
Nuisance (Higgins v. Northvnch, 22 L. T. 752), or unlawfully detaining 
a Rate Book (Mayer y. Harding, sup), the Matter of Complaint also con- 
tinues, and s. 11 does not apply. F/* Continuing Offence. 

As to what is a Special Limitation of s. 11, V. Morris v. Duncan, cited 
Bkcoveb. 

Cp. Accrue. 

ARISING. — "Arising/rom"; F. Caused by. 

"Traffic arising and terminating on the Ry," in a Ry Act; held, 
" Traffic that does not pass over any other Ry " (Distington Iron Co v. 
Lond. & N. W. Ry, 6 Ry & Can Traffic Ca. 111). 

Loss " Arising off their Lines " ; V. Kent v. Mid. Ry, L. R. 10 Q. B. 1. 

" Arising out of the Bankruptcy," s. 102, Bankry Act, 1883; V. Re 
Eawke, Exp. Scott, 55 L. J. Q. B. 302; 16 Q. B. D. 503; 54 L. T. 54; 
34 W. R. 167. 

" Arising out of the Employment " ; V. Employment. 

Profits " arising or accruing " in the United Kingdom, s. 2, Sch D., 
Income Tax Act, 1853, mean Profits coming to the person's hands or 
received by him in the United Kingdom (Colquhoun v. Brooks, 59 L. J. 
Q. B. 53; 14 App. Ca. 493; 61 L. T. 518; 38 W. R. 289; 54 J. P. 277: 



ARISING 115 ARMY 

Vthc, London Bank of Mexico v. Apt?iorpe, and San Faulo Ey v. 
Carter, cited Carry On). Cp. Derive, last par. 

" Question arising"; V. Question. 

Exception in an Accidental Insurance of Death from causes " arising 
wit kin the system of the insured " ; V. Smith v. Accident Insrce, L. R. 
6 Ex. 302; 39 L. J. Ex. 211 : Fitton v. Accidental Death Insrce, 34 L. J. 
C. P. 28; 17 C. B. N. S. 122. 

ARM. — " Armed with an Offensive Weapon "; V. Offensive. 
** Arm of the Sea " ; V. Creek. 
V. Arms : Loaded Arm. 

ARMAMENT. — Quk Kaval Defence Act, 1889, 52 & 63 V. c. 8, 

** * Armament,' includes Beserves as well as Outfit" (s. 8). 

ARMIGER.— V. Esquire. 

ARMORIAL BEARINGS.— Qud. Revenue Act, 1869, 32 & 33 Y. 
c 14, and hy s. 19 (13) thereof, — " * Armorial Bearings,' means and 
includes, any Armorial Bearing, Crest, or Ensign, hy whatever name the 
same shall be called, and whether such Armorial Bearing, Crest, or En- 
sign shall be registered in the College of Arms or not"; but a Public 
Stage or Hackney Carriage is exempt (subs. 15). 

ARMS.— F. Arm: Force. 

" Armour and Arms " ; V. Jacob. 

Name and Arms Clause; V, Name. 

Qu^ Peace Preservation (Ir) Act, 1881, 44 & 45 V. c. 5. " • Arms,' 
includes any Cannon, Gun, Revolver, Pistol, and any description of Fire 
Arms ; also any Sword, Cutlass, Pike, and Bayonet ; also any part of any 
Arms as so defined " (s. 6), — a def in great part taken from s. 4, 33 & 34 
V. c. 9, and adopted for Prevention of Crime (Ir) Act, 1882, 46 & 46 V. 
c 25 (s. 35). O?. 6 & 7 V. c. 74, s. 62. 

Qiih Military Manoeuvres Act, 1882, 45 & 46 V. c. 10, " * Arms, Muni- 
tions of War, and Stores,' includes, all matters and things required for 
the use of the Forces to whom this Act applies, or any part thereof, and 
all Animals and Conveyances used for the conveyance of such matters or 
things; also all Animals used for the food of the Forces, or any part 
thereof " (s. 11), adopted from 34 & 35 V. c. 97, s. 11; 35 & 36 V. c. 64, 
8.13; 36&37 V. c. 58, s. 12. 

ARMY. — " Army Chaplain "; Stat. Def., 31 & 32 V. c. 83, s. 2. 

" Army Reserve Force "; Stat. Def., 34 & 35 V. c. 86, s. 19; 42 & 
43 V. c. 33, s. 181; 44 & 45 V. c. 58, s. 190 (10); 45 & 46 V. c. 48, 
8.28. 

"Army School"; Stat. Def., 54 c& 55 V. c. 16, s. 1. 



AROSE 116 ARRAY 

AROSE. — V. Abisk. 

AROUND. — '' An agreement to furnish granite for a mason to set 
by delivering it ' on and around the site ' of the building, is not per- 
formed by delivering it at a corner of the site: McOowan v. United 
States, 21 Ct. of CI. 476; U. S. Dig. 125" (1 Hudson, 138). 

ARPEN S. — " * Arpens, ' or * Arpen/ — an Acbb " (Cowel). 

ARRAIGN. — '' ^ Arraine/ is to put a thing in order, or in his place; 
as a Prisoner is said to be arraigned when he is indicted and put to his 
trial " (Termes de la Ley). ^* No man is said to be arraigned, but merely 
at the suit of the King, upon an enditement found against him, or other 
record wherewith he is charged. And there the Arraignment of the 
prisoner is to take order that he appeare, and, for the certainty of the 
person, to hold up his hand, and to plead a sufficient plea to the endite- 
ment or other record, whereupon they which follow for the King may 
orderly proceed " (Co. Litt. 263 a). Holding up the hand is now dis- 
pensed with: FA 1 Encyc. 327. 

ARRANGE.— V. Negotiate. 
** Arrange Loans " ; F. Loan. 

ARRANGEMENT. — " The term ' Arrangement ' is a very wide and 
indefinite one " (per Parke, B., Manning v. Eastern Counties Ev, 13 
L. J. Ex. 265; 12 M. & W. 237); in whc it was held that a verdict 
of a jury, on a claim for compensation against a Ky Co and receipt 
of compensation under such verdict, was an " Arrangement with " the 
Co. 

"Arrangement," identical with Agreement in writing {Cave v. Hast- 
ingsy 50 L. J. Q. B. 575; 7 Q. B. D. 125). F. Balance. 

"The natural meaning of * Arrangement' is, setting in order "; but it 
comprehends Composition with Crs (per Jervis, C. J., Tetley v. Taylor, 
1 E. & B. 640). 

A testamentary power enabling Trustees to wind-up testator's affairs 
" and in so doing to make any Sales and Arrangements they shall judge 
expedient," authorizes them to give a mortgage on the realty {Re Jones, 
Dutton V. Brookfield, 59 L. J. Ch. 31 ; 38 W. R. 90; 61 L. T. 661). 

" Arrangement for using, &c, Steam Vessels "; V. Using. 

V, Composition : Compromise : Scheme : Family Arrangement : 
Deed. 

Stat. Def. — 31 & 32 V. c. 68, s. 2.-'Ir (Arranging Debtor) 35 & 36 
V. c. 58, s. 4. 

ARRAY. — " And herein you shall understand, that the jurors' names 
are ranked in the pannel one under another; which order or ranking the 
jurie is called the Array, and the verba, to array the jurie; and so we say 
in common speech, battaile array for the order of the battaile " (Co. Litt. 
156 a). Vf Termes de la Ley. 



ARREARS 117 ARRIVE 

ARREARS. — The bequest of " Arrears " of a Debt, will only pass the 
interest in arrear, and not the principal (Wms. Exs. 1064, citing Hawr 
ilton V. Llaydj 2 Ves. 416). 

Bequest of " Arrears " of Rents, will not pass rents which, at the death, 
are in the hands of testator's Agent (per Smith, L. J., Me Cleveland^ 
1894, 1 Ch. 172; 63 L. J. Ch. 119). 

*• Arrears of Rent and Interest " j V. ffele v. Gilbert, 2 Ves. 430. 

ARREST. — ** 'Arrest,' is when one is taken and restrained from his 
liberty " (Termes de la Ley). Vh 1 Encyc. 328-^31. 

** Arrest of GoodSj" in a Marine Policy, " is a taking with the intention 
of restoring them at one time or another " (per Brett, J., Rodocanachi 
V. miioH, L. R. 8 C. P. 659; 42 L. J. C. P. 264: Vhl Maude &P. 488) ; 
and is equivalent to Seizure (Johneton v. Hogg, 52 L. J. Q. B. 343). 

Arrest of Ship, '' is the method of enforcing the Admiralty process in 
rem, whether that process be founded on a Maritime Lien, or a Claim 
against the Ship " (1 Encyc. 331). FjT Wms. & Bruce, Part 2, ch. 1. 

Vessel " Under Arrest"; V. The Normandy, 18 W. R. 903: The 
NoHhumbria, lb. 356; L. R. 8 A. & E. 24; 39 L. J. A. & E. 24; 21 
L. T. 683. 

V, Restraints of Kings. 

An Arrest of a Person, by a duly authorized Officer, is accomplished 
if the Officer lawfully touch him; the power of effecting actual Capture 
is not essential (Sandon v. Jervis, 6 W. R. 690; 31 L. T. 0. S. 235). 

" To move or plead in Arrest of Judgment, is to shew cause why jdgmt 
should be stayed, though there be a verdict in the case " (Cowel). 

"Arresting Authority"; Stat. Del, Mail Ships Act, 1891, 54 & 55 
V. c. 31, s. 9. 

ARRIVE. — Condition of Legacy, that legatee "arrive " at a place; 
V, Burgess v. Robinson, cited Return. 

" It appears on a review of the result of the decisions on Controls of 
Sales * to arrive ' : 

" 1st. Where the language is that goods are sold ' on arrival ' per ship 
A, or ex ship A, or to arrive per ship A, or ex ship A (for these two ex- 
pressions mean precisely the same thing) it imports a double Condition 
Precedent, viz., that the ship named shall arrive, and that the goods sold 
shall be on board on her arrival. 

" 2nd. Where the language asserts the goods to be on board of the ves- 
sel named, as '1170 bales now on passage, and expected to arrive per 
ship A,' or other terms of like import, there is a Warranty that the goods 
are on board, and a single Condition Precedent, to wit the arrival of the 
vessel. F. Expbcted to arrive. 

" 3rd. The Condition Precedent that the goods shall arrive by the vessel 
will not be fulfilled by the arrival of goods answering the description of 
those sold, but not consigned to the vendor, and with which he did not 



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affect to deal; hut, sembie, the condition will be fulfilled if the goods 
which arrive are the same that the vendor intended to sell, in the expec- 
tation, which turns out to be unfounded, that they would be consigned 
to him." (Benj. 566, 567, citing ^^e^ll v. Whitwarth, 18 C. B. IS". S- 
435; 34 L. J. C. P. 155). 

" When goods are to be sold on a Condition to take effect at some 
future time, I agree in thinking that it is more rational to construe the 
words * to arrive ' in the light of a Condition than as amounting to a War- 
ranty " (per Alderson, B., Johnson v. Macdonald, 9 M. & W. 606 ; 12 
L. J. Ex. 99). 

A Ship is an " Arrived Ship, " and " Ready '* to discharge, so that Lay 
Days begin to run ; — (1) Where the Place named for Discharge is a 
Port, — when she is at the usual place of discharge in the Port (Brere^ 
ton V. Chapman, 7 Bing. 559: Kell v. Anderson, 12 L. J. Ex. 101; 10 
M. & W. 498) : — (2) Where the Place of Discharge is a Dock, — when 
she is anywhere in that Dock (Monsen v. Macfarlane, 1895, 2 Q. B. 
562; 65 L. J. Q. B. 57; 73 L. T. 548) : — (3) Where she is to discharge 
from a named Berth, or a Berth is to be named by the Charterers 
e.g. " as ordered " ; Vh Order, towards end), — when she reaches such 
Berth {Tapscott v. Balfour, 42 L. J. C. P. 16; L. R. 8 C. P. 46: 
Dahl V. Nelson, 50 L. J. Ch. 411 ; 6 App. Ca. 38; 44 L. T. 381 ; 29 
W. R. 543: Tharsis Co v. Morel Co, 1891, 2 Q. B. 647; 61 L. J. Q. B. 
11; 40 W. R. 58: Sanders v. Jenkins, 1897, 1 Q. B. 93 ; 66 L. J. Q. B. 
40; 2 Com. Ca. 12; 13 Times Rep. 24). Vf Abbott, 278 et seq: 
Convoy: Liverpool. 

" On arrival " and " to arrive " mean the same thing (per Parke, B., 
Johnson v. Macdonald, 9 M. & W. 601; 12 L. J. Ex. 99). 

" After Arrival " ; V. Lindsay v. Janson, 28 L. J. Ex. 315; 4 H. & X. 
699: Lidgett v. Secretan, L. R. 5 C. P. 190; 39 L. J. C. P. 196; L. R. 
6 C. P. 616; 40 L. J. C. P. 257. 

Vf Blackb. 230, 239: Benj. 560: Montgomery v. Middleton, 13 Tr. 
C. L. Rep. 173: Non- Arrival: Actual Arrival. 

ARSENIC. — Quk Arsenic Act, 1851, 14 & 15 V. c. 13, " Arsenic " 
includes " Arsenious Acid and the Arsenites, Arsenic Acid and the Arseni- 
ates, and all other colourless, poisonous, preparations of Arsenic " (s. 6). 

ARSON. — For a statement of the Stat. Def. of Arson in 24 & 25 V. 
c. 97, V. Steph. Cr. Zl%etseq, FjTArch. Cr. 616: Rose. Cr. 248-259: 
1 Encyc. 332-^4. 

V, Set Fire : Incendiarism. 

ART. — An "Art, Mystery, or Manual OcctTPATiON," which, by 
8. 31, 5 Eliz. c. 4, could not be "used or exercised" without a prior 
apprenticeship, comprised the Trade of a Brewer ; for though a Brewer 
was not a Handicraftsman, within 22 H. 8, c. 13, yet " * Art, or Mys- 



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tery,' is more general than * Handicraft,' for that is restrained to Manu- 
factures/' and the intent of 5 Eliz. was '' that none should take upon him 
any Art, Mystery, or Manual Occupation but such in which he had skill 
and knowledge; and it is very necessary that Brewers should have skill 
and knowledge in brewing good and wholesome beer, for that doth much 
conduce to men's health " (jCUy of London Case, 8 Rep. 129, 130). But 
he who baked or brewed &cfor his own use, did not require apprentice- 
ship, "because every housewife brews for her private use" (lb.). An 
unapprenticed Sleeping Partner in a Brewery conducted by his appren- 
ticed partner, was not within the Act, because the trade was not " Exer- 
cised " by him {Rnynard v. Chase, 1 Burr. 2, — a decision always 
adhered to, V. n. to B. v. Kilderhy^ 1 Wms. Saund. 312). The work of 
a Tailor was an " Art " within the Act {Ipswich Tailors Case, 11 Rep. 
53); secus, that of a Hemp-Dresser (JR. v. Fredland, Cro. Car. 499). 
Note* By s. 1, 54 6. 3, c. 96, s. 31, 5 Eliz. c. 4, was repealed as from 
Ist May, 1815. V. Trade : Science : Use. 

ARTICLE. — A horse is an "Article" within s. 25, Llandaff and 
Canton District Markets Act, 1858, 21 & 22 V. c. cv. (Llandaff Market 
Co V. Lyndon, 30 L. J. M. C. 105 ; 8 C. B. K S. 515). 

Stock in the funds, held not included in a bequest of "every other 
Article belonging to me both in and out of my house and which may not 
be herein mentioned" (Collier v. Squire, 3 Russ. 467). 

" Any other Article or Thing," in s. 37, Prison Act, 1866, is not to 
be read ejusdem generis with the preceding enumeration, but means any 
other Article or Thing of any other kind, sort, or description whatsoever, 
e,g. a crowbar (B. v. Payne, 35 L. J. M. C. 170; L. R. 1 C. C. R. 27). 

SemJble, a ship is not an " Article '' within the def in s. 3 (7), 30 & 31 
V. c. 103, by which " Manufacturing Process " is defined to mean any 
Manual Labour exercised by way of trade, or for purposes of gain, in 
or incidental to the waking of any Article, or part of an article, or in or 
incidental to the altering, repairing, ornamenting, finishing, or otherwise 
adapting for sale any Article (Palmer Shipbuilding Co v. Chaytor, 38 
L. J. M. C. 63; 10 B. & S. 177; L. R. 4 Q. B. 209). 

Article of Food; V. Article Demanded: Food. Stat. Def., (Article 
of Food, or Drink) 23 & 24 V. c. 84, s. 14. 

" Article of Manufacture " ; V. Heywood v. Potter, 22 L. J. Q. B. 133; 
1 E. & B. 439: Gillespie v. Cheney, inf. Stat. Def., 2 & 3 V. c. 17, 

8.1. 

"Article of Sculpture"-, Stat. Def., 7 & 8 V. c. 12, s. 20. 
" Articles " ; V. Covenant. 

" Articles of Clerkship "; Stat. Def., 51 & 52 V. c. 65, s. 4. 
" Articles of War "; Stat. Def., 30 & 31 V. c. Ill, s. 2; 38 & 39 V. 
c. 69, s. 2. 
"Articles, Matters, and Things/' in a Lease, "indicate Moveable 



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Chattels " (per Erie, C. J-, Garton v. Gregaryy 31 L. J. Q. B. 302; 
3 B. & S. 90). 

" Specified Article, under its Patent or other Trade Name," proviso to 
8. 14 (1), Sale of Goods Act, 1893, " does not apply to raw commodities, 
or materials, but to Manufactured Articles " (per Russell, C. J., Gillespie 
V. Chmey, 1896, 2 Q. B. 59; 66 L. J. Q. B. 652; 1 Com. Ca. 373). 

ARTICLE DEMANDED. —"The 'Article demanded/ — s. 6, 
Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1876, 38 & 39 V. c. 63, — must be held to 
be, the Article meant by an ordinary purchaser to be obtained, — not in 
any scientific definition " (^Morton v. Green, 4 Couper's Justiciary Rep. 
469: White v. Bywater, 19 Q. B. D. 582; 61 J. P. 821; 3 Times Eep, 
631). But the section is not limited in its application to adulterated 
articles (Knight v. Bowers, 14 Q. B. D. 846; 64 L. J. M. C. 108). 

Vh. Coffee Case, Higgins v. Hally 60 J. P. 788: Milk Case, Lane v. 
Collinsy 64 L. J. M. C. 76; 14 Q. B. D. 193; 33 W. E. 366; 49 J. P. 
88; 62 L. T. 267: Mustard Case, Harder v. Grainger, 44 J. P. 188: 
Tincture of Opium Case, White v. Bywater, sup. 

Note. The ** Article " to be divided, under s. 14 of the Act cited, 
must be the very one purchased; the piirchaser cannot mix up several 
lots and divide the aggregate, even though the lots be in small bottles 
of apparently identical stuff (Mason r. Cowdary, 1900, 2 Q. B. 419; 
69 L. J. Q. B. 667; 82 L. T. 402; 49 W. R. 28: 64 J. P. 662). 
V, Sample. 

F. Natueb: Prejudice of Purchaser. 

ARTIFICER. — " An ' Artificer ' is a skilled workman " (per Brett, 
L. J., Morgan v. Lond. Gen, Omnibus Co, 53 L. J. Q. B. 362; 13 Q. B. D. 
832) : one who makes something, as distinguished from one who only 
does something, e,g, a Hairdresser is not an artificer, because he only 
does something (Palmer v. Snow, cited Trade). V. Handicraftsman : 
Labourer: Mechanic: Workman: Merchant. 

A designer of patterns for a calico-printer was held an " Artificer " 
within the repealed statute, 4 G. 4, c. 34, s. 3 (^aj p. Ormerodj 13 L. J. 
M. C. 73; 1 Dowl. & L. 825). In that case Williams, J. (as reported 
in Dowl. & L.), said, — "I cannot conceive that the word * Artificer * only 
applies to persons engaged in such occupations as require merely Manual 
LABOUR. The party who makes this application to the court, himself 
states that he is a ' pattern designer,' a person in fact who makes the 
drawing of the pattern, which is then engraved on the printing rollers, 
and, subsequently, transferred in colours to the fabric itself. He is there- 
fore the party who sets all in motion. He contributes in the most mate- 
rial degree to the printing of calico, and may therefore, I think, be 
properly included under the term * Artificer.* " As reported in the Law 
Journal, Williams, J., commenced these observations thus : — "I cannot 
conceive that the term 'Artificer,' used in the statute, is confined to those 



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instances only in which great Manual Labour is required." But whether 
" merely," or " great," were the word used by that learned judge, there can 
be little doubt that the personal exercise of some manual labour, and that 
of a skilled kind, is essential to the term " Artificer." And under the 
statute last cited, a Journeyman Tailor {Exp, Gordon^ 25 L. J. M. G. 
12) was an "Artificer." Nor would an "Artificer or Handicraftsman " 
be less so, under that statute, because at liberty to employ other work* 
men under him {Lawrence v. Toddy 32 L. J. M. C. 238; 14 C. B. N. S. 
554: Whiieley v. Armitage, 13 W. E. 144). 

But though Erie, J., said (in Lawrence v. Todd, sup), that the Truck 
Act, 1831, was in part materid with 4 G. 4, c. 34, and though, of course, 
the kind of work which would make a man an " Artificer " would be the 
same for the purposes of each Act, yet — (notwithstanding such cases as 
that of the Butty colliers, Bowers v. Lovekin, 25 L. J. Q. B. 371 ; 6 E. 
& B. 584; 4 W. R. 600; 27 L. T. 0. S. 168; or of the Collier having 
liberty to employ others under him. Weaver y. Floydy 21 L. J. Q. B. 151), 
— the principle of Latmrence y. Todd is not, generally, applicable to the 
Truck Act, and an ** Artificer," labourer, or other person within that Act 
must be one who contracts for his own labour exclusively, as distinguished 
from one who contracts to supply the result of the labour of others, or of 
himself and others {Ingram v. Bat-nes, 26 L. J. Q. B. 82, 319; 7 E. & B. 
132; 5 W. R. 232, 726; 29 L. T. 0. 8. 297; 21 J. P. 822: Sleeman v. 
Barrett, 33 L. J. Ex. 153; 2 H. & C. 934; 12 W. R. 411 ; 9 L. T. 834; 
28 J. P. 232; establishing Biley v. Warden, 18 L. J. Ex. 120; 2 Ex. 
59; 10 L. T. 0. S. 420, and Sherman v. Sanders, 22 L. J. C. P. 86; 13 
C. B. 166; 1 W. R. 152; 20 L. T. 0. S. 247: Vh, Chawner v. Cum- 
mings, 15 L. J. Q. B. 161; 8 Q. B. 311); but if the contract does not 
contemplate the sub-employment of others, but enables the employer 
whenever he chooses to require the employee to devote his own labour to 
the work, such an employee may be an " Artificer " within the Truck 
Act though he may have the opportunity {e.g. by taking the work home) 
of being assisted in his work by others (PUlar v. Llynvi Co, 38 L. J. 
C. P. 294; L. R. 4 C. P. 752; 17 W. R. 1123; 20 L. T. 923). 

** All Workmen, Labourers, and other persons, in any manner engaged 
in the performance of any Employment, or Operation, of what nature 
soever, in or about the Hosiery Manufacture, shall be, and be deemed, 
« Artificers,' " within the Hosiery Manufacture (Wages) Act, 1874, 37 & 
38 V. c. 48 (8. 7). 

ARTIFICIAL. — "Artificial raising of temperature"; Stat. Def., 52 
ft 53 V. c. 62, 8. 4 

ARTIZAN. — Is, probably, a synonym for Artiftceh. 
An Estate Agent is not an " Artizan," within s. 2b (10), 8. L. Act, 
1882 (per Lopes, L. J., Re Gerard, 1893, 3 Ch. 252 ; 63 L. J. Ch. 23). 

ARUNDINETUM. — "Where reeds grow" (Co. Litt. 4 b). 



AS 122 AS CROW FLIES 

AS- — r. As AND WHEN : When. 

This word is sometimes used as an exempli gratia ( F". 1 Jarm. 753, n), 
or, as Ld Coke phrases it, as " similitudinarj " (Co. Litt. 43 b) ; but 
sometimes it is to be understood positively (lb. 17 b). 

But frequently " as " means, as if something was that which it is not, 
e. g. a Hall or Office shall be subject to House Duty " as, " — i.e. as if it 
were, — an Inhabited House, Sch B. R. 6, House Tax Act, 1808 
(Styles V. Middle Temple^ cited Hall). 

AS A TRADER. — Notwithstanding what Bacon, V. C, is reported 
to have said in The Colonial Bank v. Whinney (51 L. T. 354), this 
phrase is not identical with " in the course of his trade or business " {Re 
Jenkinsony 54 L. J. Q. B. 602). 

V. In his Trade ob Business. 

AS AFORESAID.— r. Afobesaid. 

AS ALLEGED. — A pleading denying terms of agreement ''as 
alleged