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ALBERT LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY ARBITRATION, APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS (continued)—
Frederick Adolphus Philbrick, Esq. of the Middle Temple, to be
Queen's Counsel, 114
George Parker Bidder, Esq.. of Lincoln's Inn, to be Queen's
John Henry de Villiers, Esq., to be Chief Justice of the Supreme
Thomas Child Hayllar, Esq., to be Queen's Counsel for the Colony
Queen's Counsel, 65
John Millar, Esq., Solicitor-General for Scotland, to be one of
Frederick Waller, Esq, of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's
William Watson, Esq., Advocate, to be Her Majesty's Solicitor-
William Henry Gunning Bagshawe, Esq., of the Middle Temple,
David Peter Chalmers, Esq., to be Queen's Advocate for the
William Pearson, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be Queen's
Henry Longley, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to be Third Charity
Charles Henry Hopwood, Esq., of the Middle Temple, to be
Horatio Lloyd, Esq., to be Judge of County Courts, Circuit
John Westlake, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, to be Queen's Counsel, 65
P. M. Leonard, Esq., of the Equity Bar, to be Judge of County
Queen's Counsel, 65
Edwin Plumer Price, Esq., Q.C., to be Judge of County Courts,
Philip Chasemore Gates, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to be
Charles Alfred Cookson, Esq., to be Judge of Her Majesty's
Dec, 26, 1874,
CALLS TO THE BAR
COURT OF ADMIRALTY-
COURT OF CHANCERY-
Cause Lists-Hilary Term, 15; After Hilary Term, 62 ; Eastrid Spring, 55; Summer, 225; Winter, 388
Term, 144; Trinity Term, 186; After Trinity Term, 2.12 COMMISSIONER IN ENGLAND TO TAKE AFFIDAVITS, &c.,
Michaelmas Term, 318; After Michaelmas Term, 335 FOR THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND
Chancery Fund Orders, 1872; Notice to Solicitors, 263 Kimber, H., 79 Lombard Street, 369
Rota of Registrars—2. 13, 30, 36, 45, 54, 61, 71, 79, 90, 98, 103
114, 137, 113, 155, 163, 178, 185, 201, 208, 226, 233, 244 COMMISSIONER IN ENGLAND TO TAKE AFFIDAVITS IN
247, 255, 263, 271, 351, 361, 369, 379, 385, 396, 401, 411 THE SUPREME COURT OF THE PROVINCE OF SOUTH Sittings Papers-46, 112, 170, 214, 346, 386. AUSTRALIA
Summary of Cause Lists, 30, 143
Transfer of Causes, 61, 79, 155, 404
Caus. Lists—Hilary Term, 21; Easter Term, 146; Trizity Kimber, Hy, 79 Lombard Street, 369
Term, 191; Michaelmas Term, 359
Sittings Papers, 22, 137, 191, 350
Call on Contributories, 404 McLaren, Thomas, Edinburgh, 195
Notice to Claimants, 200, 378
Order as to Claims, 54
FOR TUE SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUS. HOUSE OF LORDS-
Cause Lists, 78, 162
INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETYCOMMISSIONERS FOR ADMINISTERING OATHS IN THE
Final Examinations, 87, 142, 172, 233, 217 COURT OF CHANCERY-
Intermediate Examinations, 142, 172 London-Burrett, T. B., 6 Whitehall Place, 264
Law Classes - 25, 30, 36, 45, 55, 65, 71, 79, 87, 98, 105, 137, 131 Boyce, M., 21 Abchurch Lane, E.C., 255
156, 163, 173, 178, 195, 201, 208, 361, 30, Cross, J., 9 Staple Inn, 255
378, 388, 397, 404, 411 Dixon, G., 35 John Street, Bedford Row, 283
Law Lectures-2, 25, 30, 36, 45, 55, 65, 71, 79, 87, 98, 127, 157 Greenfield, F. C., 3 Lancaster Place, Strand, 65
150, 156, 163, 173, 178, 195, 201, 354, 361, 369 Holden, J. H., 11 Staple Inn, 271
378 388, 397, 404 Hotson, C. M., 55 Coleman Street, E.C., 283
List of Candidates who passed the Final Examination-Michael Jones, R., 33 Mark Lane, E.C., 90
mas Term, 1873, 2, Easter Term, 1874, 221; Trivits Terma, Mounsey, E. S., 9 Staple Inn, 255
1874. 224 Van Sandau, F. E., 13 King Street, Cheapside, E.C., 419
Preliminary Examinations, 104
An Alphabetical List of Petitions for Liquidation, Bankrupts COMMISSIONERS FOR ADMINISTERING OATHS IN THE
(Town and Country), Bankruptcies Annulled, and Orders of COURTS OF COMMON LAW
Discharge for 1874 is published with this Volume. London-Cowburn, G., 43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 36
| PERPETUAL COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING THE ACKNOW, Evens, John, 10 John Street, Bedford Row, 296'
LEDGMENTS OF DEEDS BY MARRIED WOMENHeales, A., Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, 37
Brook, W. B., 1 New Inn, Strand, 30
Chubb, W., 14 South Square, Gray's Inn, 105
Crosse, E. W., 4 Bell Yard, Doctors' Commons, 2 Tamworth : Atkins, M. G., 129
Heales, Alfred, Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, 37 COMMON LAW COURTS PAPERS
Hughes, Arthur, 9 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, and Hilary Term, 18; Easter Term, 134; Trinity Term, 188; Mi
South Norwood, 289 chaelmas Term, 336
Jehu, R., 33 Mark Lane, E.C., 80 COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT, 1860—
Knox, Geo, 3 Bloomsbury Square, 3
Mayhew, Arthur, 11 Staple Inn, 247
Mote, E., 1 South Square, Gray's Inn, 37
Price, Jas, 12 Serjeants’ Inn, Fleet Street, 65 COMMON LAW SITTINGS PAPERS
Stevens, Hy, Gray's Inn Chambers, W.C., 283 20, 36, 136, 156, 190, 201, 338, 354
Country-Broseley, Salop : Potts, E. B., 48 COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION
Dartmouth : Smith, W., 362 Awards to Students, 36, 142, 201, 361
Kingston-upon-Hull: Roberts, G. C., 300 Examination Notices, 96, 282, 377
Oxford: Bishop, C., 296 Prospectus of Lectures, 12, 125, 280
Preston: Houghton, C., 289
Richmond, Yorkshire: Croft, C. G., 295
Todmorden : Gould, W., 3
Weymouth : Hooper, P., 80 Alterations in Districts, 345
Wigan : Leigh, R., 127 Transfer of business from Farnham to Aldershott, 54
PRIVY COUNCILCOUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER-COURT OF COMMON
Lists of Business for the Judicial Committee, 14, 143, 315 PLEAS-GENERAL RULES, 87
RAILWAYS COMMISSION-AMENDED GENERAL ORDERS COURT FOR DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES
FORMS, AND TABLE OF FEES, 324 Cause Papers--Hilary Term, 22; Easter Term, 147; Trinity SHERIFFS, UNDER-SHERIFFS, DEPUTIES, AND AGE. Term, 192; Michaelmas Term, 351
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