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NOTES AND REFERENCES TO KINDRED CASES
NATHANIEL C. MOAK,
Counsellor at Law.
4 ADMIRALTY AND ECCLESIASTICAL, pp. 1-35.
8 CHANCERY APPEALS, pp. 338-464.
8 COMMON PLEAS, pp. 191-357.
12 COX'S CRIMINAL CASES, pp. 358-446.
2 CROWN CASES RESERVED, pp. 21-80.
15 EQUITY CASES, pp. 1–411.
8 EXCHEQUER, pp. 135-208.
6 HOUSE OF LORDS, pp. 37-169.
4 PRIVY COUNCIL CASES, pp. 572-608.
3 PROBATE AND DIVORCE, 1-53.
8 QUEEN'S BENCH, pp. 161-312.
2 SCOTCH AND DIVORCE APPEALS, pp. 273-299.
ALBANY, N. Y. :
WILLIAM GOULD & SON,
LAW PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS
Entered according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hadred and seventy four,
BY WILLIAM GOULD & SON,
In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
NAMES OF THE JUDGES.
SEVERAL COURTS IN ENGLAND.
DURING THE TIME OF THE DECISION OF THE CASES REPORTED IN THE PRESENT VOLUME.'
The Right Hon. Sir ALEXANDER JAMES EDMUND COCKBURN, Bart., Ch J.
Sir ROBERT LUSH, Knt.
Sir RICHARD QUAIN, Knt.
Sir THOMAS DICKSON ARCHIBALD, Knt.
The Right Hon. Sir WILLIAM BOVILL, Knt. Ch. J.2
Sir HENRY SINGER KEATING, Knt.
Sir ROBERT GROVE, Knt.
Sir GEORGE DENMAN, Knt.
Sir GEORGE ESSEX HONYMAN, Bart.
COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
The Right Hon. Sir FITZ ROY KELLY, Knt., C. B.
Sir GEORGE WILLIAM WILSHERE BRAMWELL, Knt.
Sir ANTHONY CLEASBY, Knt.
Sir CHARLES EDWARD POLLOCK, Knt.
Sir RICHARD PAUL AMPHLETT.5
Right Hon. Sir Lord SELBOURNE, Lord Chancellor.
Right Hon. Sir WILLIAM MILBOURNE JAMES, Lord Justices.
'The changes of judges in England have, as a matter of convenience, been brought down to the time of publication instead of ending with the past year. Some of the new judges may not have sat in any of the cases herein reported. 'Lord Chief Justice BOVILL died Nov. 1, 1873. 8 Law Jour., 657; 56 Law Times, 27.
3 Sir JOHN DUKE COLERIDGE was appointed Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, Nov. 19, 1873. 8 Law Jour., 691, 709; 56 Law Times, 15, 27.
'Baron MARTIN resigned January 5, 1874. 56 Law Times, 174; 9 Law Jour.,
RICHARD PAUL AMPHLETT, Q.C., was appointed Baron of the Court of Exchequer, to succeed Baron MARTIN and took his seat January 24, 1874. 9 Law Jour., 47, 54; 56 Law Times, 209.