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Mace v. Philcox. (Right to bathe in the Sea)
Marchman v. Hughes. (Assignment of Administration Bond)
Marchman v. Hughes. (Administration Bond-Breaches-Unliquidated Damages)
Marlborough, Duke of, v. Osborn. (Covenant in Agricultural Lease— Team Work)
Marston v. Phillips. (Trover) .
Mason v. Bebby. (Public Health Act)
Masters, Ex parte. (Newgate—Defaulting Income-tax Collector)
Miller v. Lawton. (Warranty of a Horse-Evidence of Authority)
Mobbs v. Vandebrande. (Ejectment—Costs-Real Plaintiff).
Montefiore v. Lloyd. (Partnership—Guarantee)
Morgan and Another v. Knight. (Bankruptcy-Right of Assignees).
Morley, In the Goods of. (Administration to Attorney of Next of Kin)
Morris ». Lautour : Cox and Others, Garnishees. (Foreign Attachment-Jurisdiction)

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Nash v. The Queen. (Writ of Error on an Indictment)
Nokes v. Nokes. (Alimony–Tradesman's Business).
Norway, The. (Charter-Party)

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Octavie, The. (Foreign Vessel-Wages).
Orchard v. Roberts. (Notice of Action--False Imprisonment)

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Pacific, The. (24 Vict. c. 10, s. 5—“Domiciled”—Material Man)
Parry . The Croydon Commercial Gas and Coke Company. (Act of Parliament,

Penalty-Common Informer)
Parry v. The Great Ship Company. (Marine Insurance-Unstamped Slip)
Parton v. Crofts. (Vendor and Purchaser-Statute of Frauds).
Pearson v. The Commercial Union Assurance Company. (Marine Insurance-Con-

struction of Policy)
Peek v. Waterloo and Seaforth Local Board of Health. (Owner of Premises)
Penfold v. West. (Overseers).
Phillips v. Ward and Others. (Estoppel-Joint Debt)
Pigot 6. Cubley. (Trover—Bailor and Bailee-Right to Sell)
Pilcher v. Stafford. (Vaccination)
Pilgrim and Another v. Hirschfeld. (Attorney-Signed Bill)
Pride of Canada, The. (Seamen-Waiver of Salvage)
Prosser, In re. Ex parte Boulton. (Practice-Will-Informal Execution).
Pust v. Dowie. (Charter Party-Condition as to Capacity of Ship)
Pyrenee, The. (Salvage)

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Regina v. Boteler. (Justices' Warrant under 2 & 3 Vict. c. 84)
Regina v. Bren. (Embezzlement-Friendly Society).
Regina v. Bunkall. (Larceny-Fraudulent Bailee)
Regina r. Cleworth. (Lord's Day Act-Farmer-Sunday Haymaking)
Regina v. Cousins. (Overseers)
Regina v. Faidge (Indictment-Evidence in Support of Count Quashed)
Regina v. Gray. Malicious Injuries to Property)
Regina v. Gurdon. (Replevin-County Court-Jurisdiction)
Regina v. Hague. (Inducing to Personate a Voter)
Regina v. Hammond and Another. (Railway Clauses Act—Justices Shareholders)

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Regina v. Hampshire, Justices of. (Quashing Poor Rate)
Regina v. Heane. (Vexatious Indictments Act)
Regina v. Herrington. (Bastardy-Second Application)
Regina v. Hillman. (Abortion-Attempt to Procure)
Regina v. Hodgson. (Jurisdiction of Justices—Salmon Fishery Act)
Regina v. Kerrigan. (False Pretences—Conspiracy to Defraud).
Regina v. London and North-Western Railway Company. (Lands Clauses Act-Sum-

moning Jury)
Regina on Prosecution of Marylebone Vestry v. Strand District, Board of Works for

(Parish abutting on a Highway)
Regina v. Receiver of Metropolitan Police. (Superannuation Allowance)
Regina v. Rinaldi. (Forgery_Foreign Notes—Photography)
Regina on Prosecution of St. Olaves v. St. Giles. (Pauper—Settlement)
Regina v. Sillim and Others. The Alexandra (Foreign Enlistment Act).
Regina v. Stapleton, the Inhabitants of. (Poor Rate)
Regina v. Thellman. (Nuisance—Public Place—Indecent Exposure).
Regina v. Thirlwind. (Quo Warranto-Affidavit of Relator)
Regina v. Thomas and Willett. (Treasure Trove-Fraudulent Concealment)
Regina v. Watts. (Depositions-Magistrates—Practice)
Regina v. York, Coroner of. (Juror not Hearing all the Evidence)
Richards v. Morgan. (Evidence-Admissions by Conduct)
Robbins v. Jones. (Highway-Area Grating-Liability to Repair)
Roberts and Another v. Rose. (Watercourse-Nuisance)
Robertson v. Powell and Another. (Will and Codicil—Revocation)
Robinson v. Dunkley. (Freehold of Annual Value of 40s.—Right of Voting)
Rosewarne v. Billing. (Gaming Contract—Difference on Shares),
Rouch v. Alberty. (Practice—Judges' Chambers)
Routh and Others v. Macmillan and Others. (Charter-party-Warranty)
Ruttinger v. Temple. (Bastard Child)

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Saunders, Ex parte. (Execution of Deed—Dispensing with Lunatic Husband's Con

currence)
Shephard and Another v. Payne and Another. (Fees of Registrar of Archdeaconry

Court).
Sichell v. Lambert. (Evidence of Marriage)
Sickel v. Borch. (Common Law Procedure Act, 1852, ss. 18, 19)
Siebel v. Springfield. (Payment-Appropriation of Remittances)
Skull and Another v. Glenister and Another. (Construction of Deed—Right of Way).
Slater v. The Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Sunderland. (Attorney's Lien on

Judgment)
Sleeman and Others v. Barrett and Another. (Truck Act)
Smart v. Jones. (Agreement-Interest in Land-Licence)
Smith v. Edge. (Costs of Cause-Reference-County Court Act)
Smith v. Hall. (Registration Appeal)
Sowerby v. Wadsworth. (Outlawry of Plaintiff in an Action)
Stapleton v. Haymen and Another. (Bill of Sale—Registry)
Stokoe v. Hall. (Arbitration Clause-Condition Precedent)
Stuart v. Waugh. (Bankrupt-Holding to Bail)
Sturgis v. Evans. (Insolvent Debtors' Act—Reversionary Interest)

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Styring v. Lloyd. (Service of Rule-Execution on Goods)
Submarine Telegraph Company v. Dixon. (Pleading-Negligence)

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Taylor v. Dewar. (Marine Insurance-Collision Clause)
Turley v. Bates. (Goods Bargained and Sold).

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Vanquelin v. Bouard. (Foreign Law-Administration)
Vosper, Ex parte. (Attorney-Articled Clerk).

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Wakley v. Froggat. (Trespass—Cutting down Timber)
Watts v. Watts. (Alimony)
Waylett v. Windham. (Recovering a Sum not exceeding 201.—Costs) )
Wednesbury Local Board of Health v. Stephenson. (Case stated by Justices)
Whiteley v. Adams. (Libel—Privileged Communication)
Whitmore and Another v. Claridge and Another. (Act of Bankruptcy-Fraudulent

Transfer)
Williams v. Gibbon. (Arrest Warrant under Absconding Debtors' Act)
Wilson, Ex parte. (Attorney-Service under Unstamped Articles)
Wishart v. Fowler. (Deed of Arrangement-Registration)

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Xenos and Another v. Wickham. (Marine Insurance--Broker's Authority)

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Page 18, column 2, line 7 from bottom, for “C. J.,” read L. J."

2, 27 from top, for “J. M. Giffard,” read G. M. Giffard."
1, 13 from bottom, for supposed,” read made a proposal of marriage to a

Lady Campbell, supposing."
2, 6 from top, for 88" read 38."
23,

1, 3 from top, for “2 & 3 Vict. c. 11," read "1 & 2 Vict. c. 110."
62,

2, 32 from top, for agreed," read argued.” 63,

1, last line but one, for “a cross suit," read "another suit."

1, last line, for “the earlier suit,” read another and carlier suit." 98,

1, 8 from bottom, for 442,” read 443." 107,

2, 21 from top, for Vict.,” read Will. 4." 110,

2, 27 from top, for “Hodghton," read Houghton." 177,

Scholefield v. Lockwood, passim, for “2,4001.,” read “1,4001.” 180,

1, 2, 3 from top, for “ 865," read. 365." 183,

1, 17 from top, for "3 Mer.,” read 1 Mer." 184,

2, 11 from bottom, for xxxviii.,” read “ xxxvii." 187,

1, 12 from top, for “Gosdon," read “Gosden,” and for “1 M. & R.," read

1 M. & K." 188,

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6 from bottom, for “20 & 21 Vict.," read 21 & 22 Vict." 237,

2, last line, for “Hill,” read “ Hills.”

1, , 26 from top, for “to,” read on.” 260,

2, 24 from top, for “ 419," read “ 423." 265,

1, 11 from bottom, for 232," read 84.” 270,

1, 23 from bottom, for “defendants," read "plaintiffs." 275,

1, 10 from top, for “defendant,” read “defendants.” 279,

2, Brookes v. Boucher, passim, for “Samuel Boucher," read Samuel

Brookes." 282,

1, 20 from bottom, for 588,” read “538." 283,

1, 8 from top, for "obligee,” read obligor.”

1, 24 from top, for 505," read 595." 299,

2, last but one of marginal note, for “penal,” read criminal.” 301, 2, , 6 from top, for Wilson, P. & W. Thompson,” read “Thomas &

Thompson." 2, 23 from top. The quotation from Bynkershoek should be as follows :

Quæst. juris publici, lib. 1, cap. 9. De statu belli inter non hostes. Et sane id quod modo dicebam, non tantum ratio docet, sed et usus, inter omnes fere gentes receptus. Quamvis enim libera sint cum amicorum nostrorum hostibus commercia, usu tamen placuit, ne alterutrum his rebus juvemus, quibus bellum contra amicos nostros instruatur et foveatur. Non licet igitur alterutri advehere ea quibus in bello gerendo opus habet ; ut sunt tormenta, arma, et quorum præcipuus in bello usus, milites."

Optimo jure interdictum est, ne quid eorum hostibus subministremus ; quia his rebus nos ipsi quodammodo videremur amicis nostris bellum

facere."

2, 9 from bottom, for “8 Benj. 231," read “8 Bing. 231." 311,

2 from top, for "answer,” read “annexe.” 316,

8 from top, dele s. 90.". 334,

2, 23 from top, after Lyde v. Barnard,insert “1 M. & W. 101."

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