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BEING

A REPUBLICATION OF SUCH CASES

IN THE

ENGLISH COURTS OF COMMON LAW AND EQUITY,

FROM THE YEAR 1785,

AS ARE STILL OF PRACTICAL UTILITY.

EDITED BY

SIR FREDERICK POLLOCK, BART., D.C.L., LL.D.,

OF LINCOLN'S INN,

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J. G. PEASE,

OF THE INNER TEMPLE,
ARTHUR B. CANE,
WILLIAM BOWSTEAD, OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE

(COMMON LAW CASES).

VOL. XCV.

1852-1854.

2 DE GEX, MACNAGHTEN & GORDON; 2 ELLIS & BLACK-

BURN; 17 JURIST.

LONDON:
SWEET AND MAXWELL, LIMITED, 3, CHANCERY LANE.

BOSTON:

LITTLE, BROWN & CO.

BRADBURY, AGNEW, & co. LD, PRINTERS,

LONDON AND TONBRINGE.

TABLE OF COMPARATIVE REFERENCE.

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REVISED
OLD

REVISED
REPORTS.
REPORTS. REPORTS.

REPORTS. CASES FROM

CASES FROM Adolphus & Ellis

Dow-6 vols.

14 to 16 & 19 12 vols. 40, 42 to 48, 50, 52 & 54 Dow & Clark-- 2 vols.

35 Anstruther-3 vols.

3 & 4 Dowling-9 vols. 38, 39, 41, 46, 49, Arnold-2 vols.

50

54, 59 & 61 Bail Court Reports—2 vols.. 82 Dowling, N. S.-2 vols.

63, 65 Ball & Beatty-2 vols. .

12 Dowling & Lowndes—7 vols. 67, Barnewall & Adolphus-ovols. 35 to 39

69, 71, 75, 79, 81, 82 Barnewall & Alderson-5 vols. 18 to 24 Dowling & Ryland's K. B. Barnewall & Cresswell—10 vols.

9 vols.

24 to 30 25 to 34 Dowling & Ryland's N. P.

25 Beavan-Vols. 1 to 15 49, 50, 52, 55, Drewry-Vol. 1

94 59,63, 64, 68, 73, 76, 83, 85, 88, 92 Drinkwater, C. P.

60 Bingham

Drury

: 67 10 vols. 25, 27 to 31, 33 to 35, 38 Drury & Walsh–2 vols:

56 Bingham, N.C.

Drury & Warren–4 vols. 58, 59, 6 vols. 41 to 44, 50 & 54

61, 65 Blackstone, 1.-2 vols.. 2 & 3 Durnford & East-8 vols.

1 to 5 Bligh vols. 20 to 22 East-16 vols.

5 to 14 Bligh, N. S.-Vols. 1 to 11 30 to 33,

Ellis & Blackburn-Vols. 1 and 2 93,95 35, 36, 38, 39, 42 & 51 Espinasse—6 vois..

5, 6, 8, 9 Bosanquet & Puller--5 vols. 4 to 9 Exchequer-Vols. I to 8 74,76,77, Broderip & Bingham-3 yols. 21 to 24

80, 82, 86, 91 Campbell-4 vols. 10 to 16 Forrest

5 Carrington & Kirwan-3 vols.

70,

Gale & Davison-Vols. 1 to 3 55, 57, 62 80, 88 Gow

21 Carrington & Marshman 66 Haggard's Adm.-3 vols.

33, 35 Carrington & Payne -Vols. 1 to 9 Hall & Twells-2 vols. .

84 28, 31, 33, 34, 38, 40, 48, 56, 62 Hare-11 vols. 58, 62, 64, 67,71, Chitty–2 vols. 22 & 23

77, 82, 85, 89, 90 Clark & Finnelly-12 vols. 36, 37, Harrison & Wollaston-2 vols. 47 39, 42, 47, 49, 51, 54, 57, 59, 65, 69 Hodges-3 vols.

42 & 43 Collyer, C. C.-2 vols.

66, 70
Hogan

34 Common Bench-Vols. 1 to 13 68, 69, Holt 71, 72, 75, 77, 78, 79, 82, 84, 87, Horn & Hurlstone-Vol. 1

51 92, 93

House of Lords Cases—Vols. 1 to 4 Cooper temp. Brougham

38

73, 81, 88, 94 Cooper, C. P.. 46 Hurlstone & Walmsley

58 Cooper, G.

14 Jacob Cooper temp. Cottenham-2 vols. 78 Jacob & Walker-2 vols.

20 to 22 Cox-2 vols.

1 & 2 Jones & Latouche-3 vols. 68, 69, 72 Craig & Phillips

54 Jurist-Vols. 1 to 17 49, 55, 58, 62, Crompton & Jervis—2 vols. 35 & 37

65, 67, 69, 72, 77, 81, 84, Crompton & Meeson—2 vols. 38, 39

85, 89, 93, 95 Crompton, Meeson & Roscoe

Keen-2 vols. .

44 2 vols.. 40, 41 Knapp-3 vols.

38, 40 Daniell

18 Law Journal, 0. S.- 9 vols. 25 to 31, 34 Danson & Lloyd

34 Law Journal, N. S.-Vols. I to 22 36, Davison & Merivale

84 37, 39, 41, 42, 46, 49, 52, 56, 59, De Gex, Macnaghten & Gordon

61, 63, 66, 70, 73, 80, 83, 87, 90, Vols. 1 and 2 91, 95

91, 94 De Gex & Smale-Vols, i to 5.

75, Law Times, 0. S.-Vols. 1-20 89 79, 84, 87, 90 Lloyd & Goold, temp. Sugden 46

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OLD

REVISED

OLD

REVISBD

REPORTS.

REPORTS, REPORTS.

REPORTS.

CASES FROM

CASES FROM

Lloyd & Welsby

35 Russell-5 vols.

25 to 29

Lowndes, Maxwell & Pollock

Russell & Mylne-2 vols.

34

2 vols..

86

Russell & Ryan

15

Macnaghten & Gordon-3 vols. 84, Ryan & Moody

27

86, 87 Schoales & Lefroy-2 vols.

9

Maddock-6 vols. 15 to 18 & 20 to 23 Scott-8 vols. .

41 to 44,

Manning & Granger

50 & 54

7 vols. 56, 58, 60, 61, 63, 64, 66 Scott, N. R.-8 vols. 56, 58, 60, 61,

Manning & Ryland-ó vols. 31 to 34

63, 64, 66

Marshall-2 vols.

15 & 17 Simons-17 vols. 27, 29, 30, 33, 35,

Maule & Selwyn-6 vols. 14 to 18

38, 40, 42, 47, 51, 54, 56, 60,

McCleland

28

65, 74, 80, 83

McCleland & Younge

Simons, N. S.—2 vols.

89

Meeson & Welsby-16 vols. .

46, Simons & Stuart-2 vols.

24 & 25

49, 51, 52, 55, 56, 58, 60, Smith-3 vols.

7 & 8

62, 63, 67, 69, 71, 73 Starkie-3 vols.

: 18 to 20 & 23

Merivale-3 vole.

15 to 17 Swanston-3 vols.

18 & 19

Moody & Malkin

31 Tamlyn.

31

Moody & Robinson-2 vols. 42, 62 Taunton-8 vols.

9 to 21

Moore, C. P.-12 vols.

19 to 29 Turner & Russell

23 & 24

Moore, P. C.— Vols. I to 7 43, 46, Tyrwhitt-5 vols. 35, 37 to 40

50, 59, 70, 79, 83 Tyrwhitt & Granger

46

Moore & Payne-5 vols. 29 to 31, 33 Vesey, Jr.—19 vols.

1 to 13

Moore & Scott—4 vols. 34, 35, 38 Vesey & Beames—3 vols. 12 & 13

Murphy & Hurlstone

51 Weekly Reporter-Vol. 1

94

Mylne & Craig-5 vols.

43, 45, 48

West, H. L.

51

Mylne & Keen—3 vols. . 36, 39, 41 Wightwick

12

Nevile & Manning-6 vols. 38 to 43 Willmore, Wollaston & Davison 52

Nevile & Perry-3 vols. 44 & 45 Willmore, Wollaston & Hodges .

Peake-2 vols.

3 & 4 Wilson, Chy.

18

Perry & Davison-4 vols.

48, 50, Wilson, Ex. Eq.

18

52, 54

Younge, Ex. Eq.

34

Phillips—2 vols.

65, 78 Younge & Collyer, c. c.

Price-13 vols.

15 to 27 2 vols.

57, 60

Queen's Bench-18 vols. 55, 57, 61, Younge & Collyer, Ex. Eq.

62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74, 75, 4 vols..

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41, 47, 51 & 54
76, 78, 80, 81, 83, 85, 88 Younge & Jervis—3 vols. 30 to 32


PREFACE TO VOL. XCV.

Monypenny v. Dering, p. 52, is an authority well known to real property lawyers on shifting uses and remoteness of limitations.

In the case of the St. James's Club, p. 146, an attempt was made to wind up a club under the Winding-up Acts then in force, on the ground that although a club of the usual kind is not a partnership, it is an association. The Court held that the associations contemplated by the Acts must be ejusdem generis with partnerships or trading companies, and therefore the term, in that context, did not include clubs. It was said incidentally that on the dissolution of a club any existing member "might file a bill to have its assets administered in this Court”—not as a partner but as a beneficial part owner

_" and he would be entitled to share in the furniture and effects of the club.” We are not aware that any such suit has ever been brought. It might raise questions fitted to tax all the ingenuity of the Equity Bar and all the astuteness of the Court to find an answer to them not involving manifest innovation. See Maitland's Introduction to Gierke's “Political Theories of the Middle Age," at p. xxxiii. .

In Stump v. Gaby, p. 257, Lord St. Leonards, whose grasp of general legal principles was hardly on a par with his undoubted mastery of conveyancing, went out of his way to find a highly artificial and indeed hardly correct reason for a right conclusion. The testator in the cause had in his lifetime sold and conveyed certain freehold reversions to A., B., and C. Being informed that some of the family threatened to dispute these conveyances on the ground of inadequate consideration, he said in his will : “in order to

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