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9 CHANCERY APPEALS, pp. 414-486.
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-five,
BY WILLIAM GOULD & SON,
DAVISON & PAUL,
SEVERAL COURTS IN ENGLAND, During the time of the decision of the cases reported in the present volume.'
Sir COLIN BLACKBURN, Knt.
Sir HENRY SINGER KEATING, Knt.
COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
· The changes of judges in England have, as a matter of convenience, been brought down to the time of publication instead of ending with the past year. Some of the new judges may not have sat in any of the cases herein reported.
"On the resignation of Mr. Justice KEATING Mr. Justice ARCHIBALD was in February, 1875, transferred to the Common Pleas, to fill the vacancy.
3 WILLIAM FIELD, Q.C., was in February, 1875, appointed Judge of the Court of Queen's Bench, on the transfer of Mr. Justice ARCHIBALD to fill the vacancy occasioned by such transfer: 10 Law Jour., 90, 96.
* Sir Henry SINGER KEating retired from the Bench February 1, 1875: 10 Law Jour., 90, 96.
5 Sir GEORGE Essex HONYMAN resigned February 20, 1875: 10 Law Jour., 143.
6 JOHN WALTER HUDDLESTON, Q.C., was appointed a judge of the Court of Common Pleas February 25, 1875, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. Justice HONYMAX: 10 Law Jour., 143. On the 12th day of May, 1875, he was transferred to the Court of Exchequer to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Sir GILLERY Piror: 10 Law Jour., 303.
7 NATHANIEL LINDLEY, Q. C., was appointed a judge of the Common Pleas May 12, 1875, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the transfer of Mr. Justice HUDDLESTON to the Court of Exchequer: 10 Law Jour., 303; 59 Law Times, 41.
& Sir GILLERY Pigot died April 28, 1875: 10 Law Jour., 293 ; 59 Law Times, 303.