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REPORTS OF CASES
ARGUED AND DETERMINED
The Court of Common Pleas,
A TABLE OF THE NAMES OF CASES
A DIGEST OF THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS,
WILLIAM HODGES, Esq. OF THE INNER TEMPLE,
BARRISTER AT LAW.
FROM HILARY TERM, SEVENTH WILL. IV. 1837,
TO MICHAELMAS TERM, FIRST VICT, 1837,
Law Bookseller and Publisher,
7, FLEET STREET,
After Hilary Term, Mr. Justice Gaselee resigned his seat on the bench, and on the 24th of February, Thomas Coltman, Esq., K. C., was appointed a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in his room, and was knighted. He was first called to the degree of the coif, and gave rings with the motto—" Jus suum cuique.”
On the same day, Francis James Newman Rogers of Lincoln's Inn, Esq.; Biggs Andrews, of the Middle Temple, Esq.; George Chilton, jun., of the Inner Temple, Esq.; John Evans, of the Inner Temple, Esq.; and Richard Budden Crowder, of the Middle Temple, Esq.; were appointed his Majesty's Counsel.
A few days afterwards, John Jervis, of the Middle Temple, Esq., received a patent of precedence, to take rank before Francis Whitmarsh, Esq.; and the said Francis Whitmarsh, of Gray's Inn, Esq., and Charles Purton Cooper, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., were appointed his Majesty's Counsel.