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MEMOR AND A.
In the Vacation after Hilary Term, Francis Whitmarsh, Esq., of Grays Inn, Charles Purton Cooper, and Richard Buddlen Crowder, Esqs., of Lincoln's Inn, Biggs Andrews, Esq., of the Middle Temple, and Francis Newman Rogers, George Chilton, and John Evans, Esq., of the Inner Temple, were appointed his Majesty's Counsel. John Jervis, Esq., of the Middle Temple, at the same time received a patent of precedence.
In the course of the same Vacation, Thomas Coltman, Esq., of the Inner Temple, one of his Majesty's Counsel, was, on the resignation of Sir Stephen Gaselee, appointed one of the Judges in the Court of Common Pleas; and, some time afterwards, he received the honour of knighthood.
IN THIS VOLUME.
Page Page Carr v. Appleyard
476 Appleyard, Carr v. 476 Chambers v. Taylor
376 Arnold v. Arnold
256 Chandos, Breadalbane v. 711 Aspinall, Attorney-General v. 613 Charlton's Lechmere, Case 316 Attorney-General v. Aspinall 613 Church v. King
220 v. Forbes 123 Colman, Locke v. 42. 635 v. Mayor of Cookson v. Hancock
606 Norwich 406 Cox, Wood v.
684 . NetherCrawshay v. Thornton
604 v. Smythies 135
177 Dobree v. Schroder
Downing College Case 642 Behrens v. Sieveking 602 Behrens, Sieveking v.
E Bell, Tyler v.
89 Biedermann, v. Seymour
Ewing v. Osbaldiston
53 117 Birchmore, Sawyer v.
F Bogg, Mason v.
443 Breadalbane v. Chandos 711 Fletcher, Bullin v.
432 Bright, Thornton v. 230 Flower v. Marten
459 Brown v. Newall
558 Forbes, Attorney-General v. 123 Bullin v. Fletcher 432 Fraser, Mortimer v.
Campbell v. Campbell
25 Hancock, Cookson v.
Southby v. Hutt
Stephens, Hutchinson v. 452
Vigers v. Lord Audley 49
Newall, Brown v.