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LONDON:
PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETORS

BY ALEXANDER MAXWELL AND SON,
LAW BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS, 32, BELL YARD, LINCOLN'S INN.

SOLD BY SHERWOOD AND CO., PATERNOSTER ROW;
ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK, EDINBURGH ;

AND HODGES AND SMITH, DUBLIN.

1848.

LONDON: PRINTED BY G. J. PALMER, SAVOY STREET STRAND.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME XXXV.

RECENT D EIC I SIONS IN THE SUPERIOR COURTS,

REPORTED BY BARRISTERS OF THE SEVERAL COURTS, VIZ. :

In the Courts of Equity :

In the Courts of Common Law :
E. Vansittart Neale, Esq.

William Bagley, Esq.
J.H. Cooke, Esq.

John Hamerton, Esq.
James Willis, Esq.

P. M-Mahon, Esq.
J. F. Villiers, Esq.

Henry T. Cole, Esq.
Charles Gifford, Esq.

C. H. Scotland, Esq.

ANALYTICAL DIGEST OF CASES,

REPORTED IN ALL THE COURTS :

1. House of Lords, 507.

3. Pleading, 443

II. Courts of Equity :

4. Practice, 465

1. Principles of Equity, 222

5. Evidence, 487

2. Law of Wills, 121

IV. Bankruptcy, 541

3. Construction of Statutes, 149

4. Pleading, 241

V. Criminal Law, 523

5. Practice, 268

VI. Registration of Voters' Appeals, 15, 347

6. Evidence, 299.

VII. Law of Costs, 197, 565
III. Common Law Courts :

VIII. Law of Attorneys and Solicitors, 42, 563
1. Construction of Statutes, 373

1 IX. Law of Arbitration, 594
2. Principles of the Common Law and Grounds
of Action, 396, 415

X. Law of Railways, 71, 178.

NEW STATUTES EFFECTING ALTERA-I

TIONS IN THE LAW:
Regulating the Queen's Bench Prison, 555
North American Passengers', 581
Further time for making Railways, 204
Town Police Clauses, 26
Crown and Government Security, 600

NEW BILLS IN PARLIAMENT.
oint Stock Companies Regulation, 52, 429

Towns' Improvement Clauses, 54, 82

Railways, 108, 154

Roman Catholic Charitable Trusts, 154

Jewish Disabilities Relief, 279

Bankruptcy Law Ainendment, 307

Audit of Railway Accounts, 358

County Rates-Justices, 358

Poor Removal, 401

Administration of Justice (No. 1), 390

Administration of Justice (No.2), 390

Special and Petty Sessions, 390, 403

Protection of Justices, 309, 447

Lord Brougham's Bankruptcy Court Regula-

tion, 597

Appeal in Criminal Cases, 428

Administration of Oaths in Chancery, 456

Health of Towns, 477, 534

Game Certificates, 492

Petty Bag Office, 493

Unnecessary Actions Prevention, 511

Criminal Law Administration Amendment, 532

Crown and Government Security,549,558, 589

Clergy Offences, 578

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS RE-

LATING TO THE LAW, 141, 169, 366, 390,

408, 435, 519, 359, 607
LAW REFORM AND SUGGESTED IM-

PROVEMENTS:
Present State and future Prospects of the Pro-

fession, 1

Commercial Failures and the Court of Bank-
_ruptcy, 21, 111
Exemption of Members of Parliament from Ar.

rest, 22
Statements of Debts and Agsets of Insolvent

Houses, 51
Costs of Actions for Small Debts, 180
Proposed Amendment of the Law of Debtor

and Creditor, 105
Altering the Time for Holding the Epiphany

Quarter Sessions, 182
Constitution of the Ecclesiastical Courts at

Doctors' Commons, 183, 229, 335, 353
State of the Law Bills before Parliament, 181
Private arrangements between Debtor and Cre-

ditor, 201
Benchers of the Inner Temple and Mr. Hay.

ward, 249

The Palace Court, S57

Proposed improvement in the Practice of Short-

band Writing, 358

Practice at the Old Bailey Bar, 2

Business of the Court of Review, 6

Opening of Parliament - Contemplated Mea.

sures relating to the Law, 77

State of Business of the Courts, 79
American Law Reform, 87
Cheap Conveyancing,Stamp Laws, 113
Court of Appeal in Criminal Cases, 137
Imprisonment of Small Debtors, 135

Election Petitions-Members of Parliament,

153

Dr. Addams and the Bar at Doctors' Commons,

403

Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law Amendment,

454, 509, 529

Lord Brougham's Bill, 597

Reform or Abolition of Ecclesiastical Courts

480

CONTENTS.

Bills before Parliament relating to the Law, Revivor of Suit for Costs, 476 siden

577

Judges' Order charging annuity out of Suitors'

Compulsory References and Compromises, 515 Fund, 338

TAXÉS ON JUSTICE,

LAW OF WILLS. ,

Fees in Courts of Law and Equity, 139, 141, 1.

Execution of Attestation, 283

169. 259, 362. 387, 484. 456, 457, 481, 489 |THE LAW RELATING TO RIOTS AND UN.
558

I LAWFUL ASSEMBLIES, 469

Parliamentary Returns, 285, 362, 382, 387 POINTS IN COMMON LAW AND PRACTICE.

Attorneys' Certificate Duty, 385, 405, 535, 584

repeal of, 424, 452, 472, 494,

Change of Name by Incorporated Insurance

514, 551, 605

Company, 155

origin of, 426

Fire occasioned by degligence, 169

meeting at Lyon's Inn,435,457

Admissibility of Evidence to explain Guaran-

Law Society, 497

tee, 203

defence of, 536

Right to recover on a lost Bill of Exchange,

255
Proposed continuance of Income Tax, 421

Legal Effect of an 1.0. U., 553
Tax on Medical Profession, 605

Distinctive Stamps applicable to informal in-
PARLIAMENTARY REPORTS AND RE-

struments, 599

TURNS.

Lease and Agreement requiring a Double

Legal Education, 29, 158

Stamp, 405
Bankruptcy and Insolvency, 80

Stamps on Transfers of Mortgage, 537.*
Copyboid Commissioners, 161

LAW OF LANDLORD AND TENANT.

Private Bills, 190

Commissioners in Lunacy, 256

Landlord's power to re-enter without bringing
Select Committee on Railways, 494

an Ejectment, 87

Masters in Chancery, 500

Restrictions on the Assignment of Leaseholds,

Election Petitions, 512

113

And see Taxes on Justice.

Rent not recoverable where Nuisance allowed

NEW RULES AND ORDERS OF THE SU-

to exist, 234

PERIOR COURTS.

LAW OF ATTORNEYS.

Admission of Solicitors, 34, 290

Attorney's Lien on Papers, 23

Regulations of Inns of Court, 139

Westminster County Court-Attorney's Priyi.

Appointment of Examiners, 289

leges, 58

Court of Exchequer-Remanets, 290

Absence of Counsel— Audience of Attorneys,

Vacation in Court of Chancery, 481

60

Arrangement of Business at the Judges' Cham.

Solicitor's Liability, 140

bers, 518

Annual Registration, 169

PRACTICE OF RETAINERS.

Privilege of Attorneys in County Court, 341

Attorney's undertaking to inquire into Suffi-

Exclusive right of Crown to retain Queen's | ciency of Security, 354

Counsel, 232

Railway Costs.—Taxation after payment of an

Practice, 277

agreed Sum, 365

Retainers of Queen's Counsel by the Govern Taxation of Bills of Costs, 423

ment, 305

Lien, 431

Can a Barrister refuse a Brief, 501

Change of Attorneys, 432

Counsels' Clerks' Fees, 537

Lien on Order of Court, 290

Rules of Practice proposed by the Incorporated Attorney's authority, 432

Law Society, 554

Review of Taxation, 432

SMALL DEBT OR COUNTY COURTS. Fees of Justices' Clerks, 142

Sufficiency of Notice of Taxation, 279
Costs under the Act, 4, 60
Yeovil Small Debts Court, 6

Admission of County Palatine Attorneys in the

Administration of Justice in, 49

Courts at Westminster, 557

And see Taxes on Justice.
Westminster County Court-Attorney's Privi.
leges, 58

EXAMINATION OF ARTICLED CLERKS.

Salaries of Judges and Officers, 112

Questions, 56, 314

Hardship of Imprisonment, 213

Candidates Passed, 166, 586
Jurisdiction as to Judgment Debts, 213

Information relating to, 141, 257, 259, 290, i

Privileges of Attorneys in, 341

341, 558, 586, 606

Prohibition against a County Court-Splitting Annual Number, 519

Demands, 341
County Court Decisions, 386

NOTES ON RECENT DECISIONS.

Superior and Inferior Courts, 584

The Judgment of the Queen's Bench in Dr.

County Courts, 142

Hampden's Case, 333

Palace Court, 142

Buron v. Denman, 364, 589

Contradictory Evidence, 139

Druce v. Dennison, 520, 558

Fees and Salaries, 381

Effect of Final Order 11 Insolvency, 236
Several Actions for the same demand, 513

Forgery by adding False Address to Drawer's co
NOTES ON EQUITY.

Name on a Bill, 476
Foreclosure of Mortgage, 231

MOOT POINTS.

Privileged Communications of a Client, 253 "Entail of Annuity, 557

Power of Trustees to devise Trust Property,355

Solicitors' Lien op Books, 453.

Insurance, forfeiture, .

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CONTENTS.-TABLE OF REPORTS DIGESTED.

NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS.

Metropolitan and Provincial Law Association,

211, 286, 390, 406, 585, 605 Worong

*272 Burton's Manual of the Law of Scotland, 24

Curtis' Treatise ou the Law of Copyright in

Provincial Law Societies' Association, 287

Societies, 311

Books, 383

,

Hall's Inaugural Lecture on the Common

Liverpool Law Society, 32

Manchester Law Association, 288, 425
Lak, 432
Hosack's Treatise on the Conflict of the Laws

Wolverhampton Law Association, 361

The Law Students' or Articled Clerks' Associ-
of England and Scotland, 187

ation, 236
Legal Year Book, Almanack, and Diary, for
1848, 138, 339

VISITS TO THE OLD LAWYERS.

Macqueen's Rights and Liabilities of Husband Lord Kenyon, 7

and Wife, 109

Lord Alvanley, 140

Morris's Analytical Digest of Selected Practice Livery of Seisin-Moorish Conveyances, A. D.

1492, 141, 386
Pearce's History of the Inns of Court and Chan Apprenticeship in the reign of Elizabetb, 141
cery, 280

The late Mr. Tidd's Pupils, 257
Stewart's Lectures on Transfer of Land, 602 Summary Punishment in Algeria, 387
Warren's Now and Then, 206

Indian Grant of Land, 501
Snort NOTICES OF New Books, 160, 517

Memoir of William Pattisson, 339
NOTES OF THE WEEK.

LEGAL OBITUARY, 61, 191, 322, 502

Law PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS, 62, 192,

Meeting of Parliament, 60

213, 237, 409, 502, 519, 557, 558

New Taxing Master in Chancery, 5, 60, 169,

CIRCUITS, SITTINGS, Cause Lists, &c. :
436

Illness of the Lord Chancellor, 108, 259

House of Lords Appeals, 400

Privy Council Appeals, 104

Commencement of Hilary Term, 236

The Irish Seals, 236

Chancers Sittings, 129, 242, 271, 350, 544

Effect of Final Order in Insolvency, 236

Chancery Cause Lists, 15, 131, 272, 379, 567,

596

Public Record Depository, 291

Common Law Sittings, 132,228, 532, 352, 468

Inconvenience of Equity Sittings at West-

Cause Lists, 249, 275, 570

minster, 291, 365

Queen's Bench Crown Paper, 19, 245, 568

Sittings after Term-Arrears, 316

Business of the Courts, 76, 104, 301 ,

The Bench and the Bar, 316

Nisi Prius Cause Lists, 20, 43, 246, 301, 545,

Crown Paper in the Queen's Bench, 316

573

The Chief Justice of Hong Kong, 316

Circuits of the Judges, 340

Conduct of Prosecutions by Government, 341

Central Criminal Court, 76

Exchequer Practice Court, 341

Mr. Warren's Lectures, 408

PROFESSIONAL Lists:

County Courts, 408

List of Sheriffs, &c., 458

Colonial Law Offices, 436

Barristers called, 190, 519

New Master in Chancery, 139, 480

Attorneys to be admitted, 7, 34, 61, 92, 258,

Easter Recess, 589

317, 588

The New Solicitor-General, 537

Renewal of Attorneys' Certificates, 33, 258,

Clerk Assistant of the House of Lords, 537

290, 588

Special Constables for Keeping the Peace, 537 Masters Extra. in Chancery, 62, 114, 322,

Vacant Mastership in Chancery, 139

408, 502, 606

Perpetual Commissioners, 191, 322, 408, 502,

PROCEEDINGS OF LAW SOCIETIES,

607

Inns of Court, 341

Dissolution of Professional Partnerships, 114,

locorporated Law Society, 60, 426, 501, 606 191, 321, 408, 502, 606.

and Exchequer . .)

Criminal Law. . . : Denison.. . .. Denison's C. C. . . . Vol. 1, Parts 1, 2. **
Al the Courts. - . . Legal Observer . . . L.O. . . . . - - Vols. 34 & 35.

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