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DALE v. POLLARD:-

(Church-rate-53 Geo. 3, c. 127, s. 7Jurisdiction of justices)

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THE QUEEN v. Best and OTHERS:-

(Highway-rate-Appointment of surveyors by justices, when to be made)

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v. THE CHURCAWARDENS AND OVERSEERS OF THE HAMLET OF
MILE END Old Town:-
(Rating of water-works-Apportionment of rate amongst different parishes) 240

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v. THE INHABITANTS OF CRONDALL:-
(Order of removal —Copy of examinationsWhat to be sent-Stat. 4 & 5

Wm. 4, c. 76, s. 79--Relief given by order of board of guardians as evi-
dence against a particular parish) ...

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v. The INHABITANTS OF LANDKEY :-
(Order of SessionsEstoppel-Entry not upon the merits)

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v. TAE INHABITANTS OF UPTON ST. LEONARD's;

v. THE INHABITANTS OF BARNWOOD :-
(Criminal information-Misconduct of grand jury-Non-repair of highways) 166

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v. THE JUSTICES OF FLINTSHIRE :
(Mandamus-Sessions-Decision upon a matter of fact)

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The Queen v. THE JUSTICES OF MIDDLESEX :

(Appeal against an order of maintenance of lunatic pauper-Copy examina

tions-Parties to appeal)

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v. The JUSTICES OF STAFFORDSHIRE :-
(Mandamus-Sufficiency of examinations-Grounds of appeal)

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v. THE JUSTICES OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE :-
(Order for maintenance of lunatic pauper under 9 Geo. 4, c. 40-Appeal,
within what time-Return to mandamusCertainty)

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v. LANCASTER :-
(Right of the justices of the borough of Leeds to appoint the gaoler of the

new gaol and house of correction there-Stats. 4 Geo. 4, c. 64; 5 & 6
Wm. 4, c. 76 ; 1 Vict. c. 78; and 2 & 3 Vict. c. 56)

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v. THE OVERSEERS OF THE OLDHAM UNION :
(Stat. 4 & 5 Wm. 4, c. 76, ss. 40, 46, 105, and 109Election of guardians

-Appointment of returning officer-Order of commissioners)

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LONDON: Printed by HENRY MORRELL Cox, of 74, Great Queen Street, in the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields, in the

County of Middlesex, Printer, at his Printing Office, 74 & 75, Great Queen Street aforesaid, and published by JOHN CROCKFORD, at 29, Essex Street, Strand, in the Parish of St. Clement Danes, in the City of Westminster, Publisher, at the Office of the Law Tinos, No. 29, Essex Street aforesaid, on Saturday, 18th of September, 1817.

TABLE OF NEW MAGISTRATES CASES

REPORTED IN PART IX.

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TAE ATTORNEY-GENERAL v. BAILEY :-
(Excise Act, 6 Geo. 4, c. 80–Spirits-Sweet spirits of nitre)

324 BADDELEY v, GINGELL:

(Local Paving Act-Rating-Metropolitan Paving ActConstruction of term within)

294 BARNES V. Marsh:(Bastardy-bond-Right of father to custody of child)

303 CAMPBELL and HAYNES V. THE QUEEN :

(Indictment for felony-Several counts-Form of jury processVenire de
novoCourt of Quarter Sessions) ..

356 The CHURCH WARDENS, &c. of St. Nicholas, DEPTFORD, v. SKETCHLEY :

(Stat. 59 Geo. 3, c. 12—Landsbelonging to the parish—Title of church-
wardens and overseers)

336 KEEN v, The QUEEN :

(Court of Quarter Sessions-Jurisdiction-Continuing authority from session
to session-Respiting judgment Form of judgment)

271 The Queen v. BIDWELL :

(Church-rate-Order of justices for payment of Indictment for disobedience
of-Inducement)

282
- V. CHASEMORE:-
(CertiorariIntituling affidavits where several writs)

270 v, GRIMSHAW:(Coroner- Corporate office-Costs)

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v. THE INHABITANTS OF HENLEY :-
(Indictment for non-repair of highway-Duty to repair-Extent of repairs) 354

THE INHABITANTS OF LEEDS ; PRESTON v. Leeds :-
(Appeal against order of removalFormer order quashed-Estoppel-Evi-
dence-Notice of appeal).

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v. The INHABITANTS OF MARTIN-CUM-GRAFTON:-
(Examinations Grounds of appeal9 & 10 Wm. 3, c. 11-Statement of
case by Sessions)

278 v. The INHABITANTS OF MYLOR:(Appeal against order of removalExaminationsCopy of documentsWhat to be sent to appellant parish-Ground of appeal)

298 v. THE INHABITANTS OF ST. GEORGE, BLOOMSBURY :(Settlement by renting a tenement-Yearly tenancy-Stat. 6 Geo. 4, c. 57) 316

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The Queen v. THE INHABITANTS OF STAINFORTH :

(Apprenticeship-Execution by officer of township—54 Geo. 3, c. 107-
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v. The JUSTICES OF DURHAM :-
(Appeal-Time for--When it runs)..

v. THE JUSTICES OF LANCASHIRE :(AppealMandamus-Discretion of Sessions -When not exercised)

v. The JUSTICES OF LEICESTERSHIRE :(Mandamus-Erroneous entry of appeal)

v. LONG :(Mandamus to issue distress warrantKentish Town Paving Acts—4 & 5 Vict. c. lxvii.; 6 & 7 Vict. c. lx.)

v. ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR; Re BETHLEHEM HOSPITAL:(Ratcability of hospitals)

v. Same; Re BRIDEWELL House Of OCCUPATIONS :

v. SPILLER :(Stats. 7 & 8 Geo. 4, c. 52, s. 33; 1 Vict. c. 49, s. 5-Ercise information before justices-Malting-Forcing grain together in couch-frame)

v.: THORNTON :-
(Highway Act--Appeal against certificate of justices for stopping up footway

-Order of SessionsJurisdiction-CostsIndictment for disobedience
of order— Evidence)

v. The Town COUNCIL OF Lichfield: (Rule nisi)

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LONDON: Printed by HENRY MORRELL Cox, of 74, Great Queen Street, in the Parish of St. Giles in the fields, in the

county of Middleses, Printer, at his Printing Office, 74 & 75, Great Queen Street aforesaid, and published by JOHN CROCKFORD, at 29, Essex Street, Strand, in the Parish of St. Clement Danes, in the City of Westniinster, Publisher, at the Office of the Law Times, No. 29, Essex Street aforesaid, on Monday, 6th of March, 1848.

BITTLESTON & WYSE'S REPORTS

OF

New Magistrates' Cases,

ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE LAW COURTS AT WESTMINSTER.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.

THIS

Easter Term.-Friday, May 1, 1846.

THE QUEEN v. WOODROW (a)

Notice of appeal under Ercise Acts-Conviction. An information under the Excise Acts having been dismissed by the justices of petty sessions, notices of

appeal to the General Quarter Sessions were given under stat. 7 & 8 Geo. 4, c. 53, s. 82, signed by M., the officer who had conducted the case on behalf of the Excise. H., the officer by whom and in whose name the information had been exhibited, not being present at the proceedings, notice of trial of the appeal was given in due time, signed by H. Held, by the Court of Queen's Bench, that the notices giren were sufficient. A dealer in tobacco having in his possession adulterated tobacco, although ignorant of the adulteration, is liable under the recent Act, 5 g. 6 Vict. c. 93, s. 3, to the penalties therein mentioned. THIS was an appeal from the judgment of two justices of the peace for the

borough of Great Yarmouth, in the county of Norfolk, upon an information exhibited, by order of the Commissioners of Excise, by William Hedges, officer of excise in the said borough, against Nevil Fuller Woodrow, licensed dealer in tobacco by retail, keeping a shop within the said borough, which information was for the forfeiture of 2001. ; for that before and at the time of the committing of the offence thereinafter mentioned, he (Woodrow) was a dealer in tobacco, and that being such dealer in tobacco, at Great Yarmouth, on the 28th of September, 1844, he had in his possession fifty-five pounds weight of manufactured tobacco (not being roll tobacco), to wit, cut tobacco, which tobacco had then and there had added thereto and mixed therewith certain other materials and things and matter than water only; that is to say, sugar, molasses, and other saccharine matter ; to wit, three pounds weight of sugar, three pounds weight of molasses, and three pounds of other saccharine matter to the said William Hedges unknown, contrary, &c., whereby, &c., and also for the forfeiture of the said tobacco. The information was heard on the 25th of March, 1845, before William Henry Palmer, Esq., the then mayor, and William Yetts, Esq., two of her Majesty's justices of the peace for the said borough, and was by them dismissed. William Marks, an officer of

(a) Reported by H. BROWN, Esq., Barrister-at-law.

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