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Humplirys i\ Pratt, 177
Hunt V. Colson, 71

— i: Wiml)ledon Local Board,

114, 115,118
Hunter v. Berkeley, 250
Hussey v. Pacej^, 210, 256
Hutchinson i\ York, Newcastle &

Berwick RaiL Co., 295, 303, 305,

331
Huttman v. Bonlnois, 167, 170
Hutton V. Bragg, 202
Huxani v. Thorns, 664
Huzzey v. Field, 283
Hyams r. Webster, 266
Hyman v. Nye, 325



Illidge V. Goodwin, 279
Ilott V. Wilkes, 660
Indermaur v. Dames, 661, 662
Ingram v. Barnes, 368



Zona, The, 270

Irwin V. Dearman, 234



Jackson v. Cummins, 202

— V. Irvin, 82

— V. Warwick, 123
Jacobs r. Latour, 202
Jacfjuot V. Bourra, 208, 209
James v. Carswells, 183
Jenkins v. Belthum, 214
Jennings v. Pitman, 90
Jesse V. Roy, 156

Jewry v. Busk, 145
Joel V. Morison, 284, 296
Johnson r. Appleby, 106, 109

— V. Baytup, Doe dem., 63

— V. Blenkensop, 169

— V. Boston, 48, 334

— V. Evans, 189

— V. Shrewsbury & Birming-

ham Rail Co., 197, 198

— V. Sumner, 95
Johnstone, Ex jxtrte, 637
Jolly fe r. Broad, 134
Jones V. Hart, 294

— V. Jones, Doe dem., 71

— r. Victoria Graving Dock

Co., 108, 109 '
Jonge Andries, The, 152
Joseph V. Corvander, 230
Josephine, The, 558
Judson V. Etheridge, 202
Juliana, The, 155, 156, 165
Julius V. Bishop of Oxford, 573



K.

Keane v. Boycott, 229

Keat's case, 32

Keen v. The Millwall Dock Co.,

668
Keene v. Parsons, 112
Kein v. Hart, 172
Kelly V. Partington, 187
Kelner v. Baxter, 253
Kemble v. Kean, 199
Kennedy v. Broun, 83
Kent r. Astley, 477, 522

— V. Shuckard, 277
Kerrains v. State of New York, ()3



XXll



TABLE OF CASES.



Kt-rsliaw r. Mitchell, 107
Kibble, Ex 2M)tc, 88
Kimball r. Cuslmiau, 48, 310
Kimbeiley v. Jennings, 191)
Kingv. Glover, Ki")

— V. Journeyman Tailors of

Cambridge, 597

— V. Norris, 597

— The, V. Pope, 18

— f. Spurr, 49, 57, 269
Kingston v. Booth, 293, 294
Knight v. Fox, 43, 2H3

— V. Harrison, 204

— r. Wcddeiliurn, 29
Knowles i-. Diikinson, 421
Knox V. Gye, 48



L.



Lacy V. Osbaldiston, 211, 212
Lake r. Campbell, 63, 71, 149
Lakeman v. Stephenson, 492
Lamb v. Attenborough, 54

— V. Burnett, 33

— V. Palk, 286, 296
Lambert v. Atkins, 93

— V. Buenos Ayres Co., 126
Lambuiu v. Cruden, 143
Laming i\ Webb, 6()5, 666
Lamprell r. Billerieay Union, 116
Lancaster v. Greaves, 637
Lane v. Cotton, 254, 290
Langan v. Gt. Western Rail. Co.,

245, 252
Langham v. Young, 664
Langton v. Carleton, 175
Laning ■;;. New York Central l!ail.

Co., 336
Lannen v. Albany Gas Light Co.,

300
Lanphier v. Phipos, 215
Latter v. Braddell, 32
Laugher v. Pointei-, 42, 43, 44, 45,

46, 268, 269
Lavie v. Phillips, 95
Law V. Pratt, 369
Lawless r. Anglo-Egyptian Ctjtton

Co., 186
Lawrence v. Todd, 368, 636
Lax V. Darlington, 292
Lcary r. Lloyd, 559
Lt'atlier Cloth Co. v. Lorsout, 136,

138



Leek V. Maestaer, 210
Leddy r. Gibson, 333
Lee V. Bayes, 255

— r. Griffin, 59

— V. Lancashire and Yorkshire

Bail. Co., 657

— V. Walker, 214
Lees V. Whitconib, 139
Leewerd v. Basilee, 23

Leggott V. Great Northern Bail.

Co., 679
Lt' Loir V. Bristow, 157, 159
Lempriere t\ Paslcy, 203
Leroux r. Brown, 107
Le Sage r. Coussmaker, 149
Leslie r. Fitzpatrick, 89, 632
Levison v. Kirk, 210
Lewis T. Fogg, 229

— V. Peachev, 223
Lightly V. Clouston, 221

Lilley r. ElAvin, 168, 170, 208, 220

Lima, The, 33

Limland v. Stephen, 205, 560

Limpus V. General Omnibus Co.,
257, 280, 283, 286, 295, 297

Linwood v. Hathorn, 299

Liverpool Adelphi Loan Assoc, r.
Fairhurst, 93

Lloyd V. Jolmson, 132

Llynvi Cual Co., Ex paric, 166

Logan, Ex -parte, 193

London, Leith, and Glasgow Ship-
ping Co. V. Ferguson, 129

London and Xorth-Western Rail.
Co. V. ^Ic:Micliael, 91

London Tramway Co. %: Bailey,
148, 632

Long r. Keightley, 230, 234

Lovegrove r. London, Brighton,
and South Coast Bail. Co., 331

Lovell V. Charrington, 665

— V. Howell,' 304, 332, 659
Low V. Low, 134

Lowry v. Aikeidicad, 188
Lowther Castle, The, 33
— V. Radnor, 637
Lucas r. Mason, 271

— r. Nodisiliski, 164
Lucey r. Ligiam, 270

Lundey r. Gyi>, 23, 24, 34, 48, 229

— r. Wagner, 199
Lunt r. London and North. Western

Rail. Co., 297
Lygo v. Newbold, 297, 330



TABLE or CASES.



XXIU



Lylly's Case, 90

Lynch v. Nurdiii, 314, 330

Lyons V. Martin, 282, 283, 29G



M.



Macey r. Hodson, (iTO
Macfarlane v. Caledonian Eail. Co.,

333
j\Iaclui V. London & South "West.

Rail. Co., 49, 278
]\Iackay v. Commercial Bank (if

New Brunswick, 259, 261, 290,

299
Mackenzie v. ]\Iac Leod, 2r)8, 295
Macklin, Ex parte, 91
Macleod v. Sinclair, 123
Maclure, Ex parte, 129, 130, 193
Maddicks v. Gt. Northern Kail. Co.,

335
Madonna d' Lira, 204
Madrazd i: Willes, 30
Mair v. Glennie, 75

— V. Himalaya Tea Co., IDS
Majorihanks, Ex parte, 82
Makepeace v. Jackson, 221
Mali v. Lord, 300

Mallan v. Mav, 135, 13(;
Malta, The, 158
Manby v. Scott, 94
— r. Witt, 188
Mangan v. Atherton, 329
Manley v. Field, 234
Mann v. Barrett, 233

— V. Lent, 123
Mansfield v. Baddeley, 305, 331
Manvell i\ Thompson, 233
Margaret, The, 204

Marshall r. Corporation of Queen-
borough, 115 ^

— r. Button, 93
Martin v. Temperley, 270
Martinez r. Gerber, 229
Mason v. Mitchell, 96
Mathews v. Mathews, 164
Matthews v. Baxter, 104
Maiurder v. Conyers, 250

— V. Venn, 233
May V. Thomson, xxxiii
Mayhew v. Suttle, 71

Mayor of Kidderminster v. Hard-
wick, 117, 127



Mavor of Lndluw v. Charlton, 113,
115,117

— York V. Wellbank, 14
M'Cawley v. Furness Eail. Co.,

655
McCracken v. Dargan, 479
McEnerv v. Waterfurd Eail. Co.,

306
McGiflin v. Palmer's Iron Ship-
building Co., 664, xxxiv
McGinn v. Pilling, 665
McLityre v. Belcher, 129, 141
McKean v. Cowlev, 194
McKellar r. Maclarlane, 212
McKune v. Joynson, 553
McLaughlin v. Prvor, 269
McManus v. Crickett, 286, 295

— V. Hay, 665
McMonagle v. Baird & Co., 667
McQueen v. Gt. Western Rail. Co.,

278
Mechanics' Bank v. The Bank of

Columbia, 258
Meiklereid v. West, 553
Melhir v. Denhan, 541
Mellorsr. Shaw, 41, 316
Mercer v. Whall, 210, 217, 219, 222
Mersev Dock Trustees v. Gibbs,

26()'i 291
Metcalfe, £./: ^;rt)'/c, 148

— T. Lumsden, 250
Metzger v. Hearn, 321
Metzner r. Bolton, 172
Michael v. Alestree, 294
Michell V. Brown, 275
Middleton, Ex parte, 338

— V. Fowler, 294
Midland Insurance Co. v. Smith,

232
Milford, The, 557
Mill V. Hawke, 25(5
Millard v. Kelly, 368
Miller r. Hamilton, 250

— r. Lawton, 246
Millett V. Coleman, 632
]\imigan V. Wedge, 263
Milsoni V. Howard, 164
Minerva, The, 156, 548, 560
Mires v. Solebay, 255
Mitchel V. Reynolds, 134
Mitchell r. Cressweller, 285, 29(>

— V. Torup, 275
]\Iofl'att V. Dickson, 148

— V. Parsons, 252



XXIV



TABLE OF CASES.



^lollwo r. Court of Wards, 78
Moltou r. Canu'oux, 104
Money v. Haniiau, 151
Monneypenuy ?'. Haitland, 157
Moiitagiu' c. Flockton, ID!)
Montgoiuiivy c. Nurtli Briti^^ll Rail.

Co.', 251
Moore r. Motropolitau Rail. Co.,
288, 298

— V. Smith, 90
Moorliouse v. Lee, 368
Morgan v. Birnie, 148

— V. Vale of Neath Rail. Co.,
302, 304, 305, 306, 307, 332

Mori.son v. Thompson, 25, 221

Morley v. Dun.sconiLe, 269

Morris v. Cox, 122

Mortimore v. Wright, 91

Mostvn I'. :\Iostyn', 83

Moufiet V. Cole, 136

Moyle V. Jenkins, 668

Mullens v. Collins, 275

Munday v. Thames Iron Works

Co., 670, xxxiv
Munro v. Butt, 150
Murdock v. Glasgow and South

AVestern Rail. Co., 479
Murphey v. Caralli, 269. 297, 3i
Murphy v. Phillips, 320, 323, 335

— V. Smith, 329, 332
Murray v. Currie, 308, 332

— V. jMoutrie, 33
Myers v. Willis, 246



N.

Nabonie v. Scott, 160
Naylor v. Farrer, 07
Neal, Ex jnnie, 165
Neptune, The, 155, 165, 204
Xewby c. Wiltshii'e, 180
Xewington Board v. Eldridge, 203
New Pliccnix, The, 212
Ncwrv, &e., Rail. Co. r. Co(mibe,

91 ^
Newton v. Forster, 158
Nicholl V. Martyn, 211, 229

— Doe de)n. r. McKaeg, 63,

71
Ni.holls r. Strclton, 136
Nichols ('. C' ■ han, 146

— V. Ha] J, 270



Nieliolson V. The Bradtield Union,
116
— V. Mounsey, 271, 291
Nickson v. Brohan, 244, 250
Nicoll V. (ireaves, 1()9, 170
Nimmo r. Clark, 425
Nisbett V. Dixon, 265
Noble V. Ames Manufacturing Co.,

193
Norris r. Barnes, 478
North of England Joint Stock

Banking Co., Be, 260
North r. Smith, 279
Northcote v. Doughty, 88
Norton Iron Works Co., AV, 161

— V. Powell, 338
Nowlan r. Ablett, l(i9, 170



0.



Ochsenbein v. Shaplev, 321
Offley V. Clay, 93
Ogden V. Fossick, 198

— V. Jjancashire, 234

— c. Rummens, 335
Ogle c. Morgan, 36
O'Crady r. Cardwell, 291
Oldham, Ex 'parte, 166
Olding V. Smith, 369
O'Neil V. Longman, 600
Oppenheim r. White Lion Hotel

Co., 277
Organ v. Brodie, 559
Ormerod, Ex parte, 630
Ormond v. Holland, 320, 334
Osborn v. Governors of Guv's Hos-
pital, 149
Osborne v. Gillett, 232
Overton v. Freeman, 60, 263, 264
Ovington v. McYicar, 658
Owen V. Bowen, 148
Owens V. Maudslav, ()()5, 66G



Packet Co. r. M'Cue, 305

Page V. Defries, 286, 297

Paine v. The Strand L'nion, 11

Palmer v. Bate, 134

Palmer's Shipbuilding Co. v.

Chavtor, 477, 538
Parker v. Ibbetson, 149, l7l



TABLE OF CASES.



XXV



Parker c. ^lardiant, 36
Parsons v. Thompson, 133
Patent Floor Cloth Co., In re, 130
Paterson r. Wallace, 317
Patten v. Rea^ 257, 2o8, 296
Pattison i>. Jones, 187
Paul V. Eden, 156
Pawsey v. Arnistronj^-, 6()
Payne v. New Soiitli Wales Coal,

&c., Co., 141
Peachey v. Rowland, 60, 262, 264
Peacock v. Peacock, 147
Pearce v. Brooks, 132

— V. Rogers, 250
Pearl, The, 158, 560
Pearne v. Lisle, 29
Pearse v. Green, 164
Peate v. Dicken, 338
Penhallow v. Mersey Docks Board,

325
Penn v. Ward, 32
Percival v. Hughes, 267
Pei'kins v. Smith, 255
Peter v. Staveley, 171
Peto V. Brighton, Uckfield, &c..

Rail. Co., 198
Phelps r. Wiuclicomhe, 243
Philadelphia and Reading Rail. Co.

V. Der1_iv, 300
Phillips i( Clift, 222

— v. Innes, 339

— v. Jones, 112

— V. London & South West.

Rail Co., 678

— r. ]^Ic Innes, 368
Phillipson v. Hayter, 95
Pickard v. Smith, 265
Pickering v. Bishop of Ely, 198
Pigg V. Caley, 12
Pilkington v. Scott, 139, 231
Pillar V. LljTivi Coal Co., 368,

377

Pinclion's Case, 142

Pinner v. Arnold, 121

Playford r. United Kingdom Elec-
tric Telegraph Co.,, 254

Pollock V. Cassidy, 321

Pooley V. Driver, 68

Poplett V. Stockdale, 131

Portland v. St. Margaret, 64

Pott r. Eyton, 76

Potter r. Faulkner, 331

P.itts V. Port of Carlisle Dock Co.,
325, 335



Poucher v. Norman, 142
Poulton V. London & South West.
Rail. Co., 281, 290, 297
— V. Wilson, 121
Poussard v. Spiers, 215, 226
Power V. Hoey, 177
Powis, Ex jiarte, 166
Powles r. Hider, 49, 56, 57, 2(V.)
Precious v. Abel, 247
Prentice r. Hall, 403
Price V. Green, 136

— V. Mouatt, 208, 218
Priestley v. Fowler, 205, 302, 303,

312, 330, 654, 666
Prince Frederick, The, 15(;
Prince George, The, 201
Princess Helena, The, 555, 557
Procter v. Sargent, 136, 13S
Pro\'idence, The, 153
Puller V. Faulkner, 314
Pulling V. Gt. Eastern Rail. Co.,

664
Pyni V. Great Northern Rail. Co.,

678



Q.



Quarman r. Burnett, 42, 43, 47, 4S,
271



R.



Radley v. London & North West.

Rail. Co., 660
Railroad Co. r. Hanning, 301
Raitt v. Mitchell, 202
Rajah of Cochin, 557
Randell v. Trimen, 253
Randleson v. Murray, 45, 269
Rapson r. Cubitt, 60, 263
Rawlings v. Chandler, 148
Rawlinson v. Claike, 76
— V. Moss, 236
Raymond v. Minton, 183, 223
Raynard v. Cliase, 21
Rayner v. Mitchell, 285, 298
Read v. Dunsmore, 196, 208, 213,
217

— V. Great East. Rail. Co., 656
Reddie v. Scoolt, 233
Redgate v. Haj^nes, 275
Redgrave v. Lee, 477, 522
Reedie v. London & North West.

Rail. Co., 41, 60, 263



XXVI



TABLE OF CASES.



Keeve v. Reeve, 143
llcid V. Bartonsliill Coal Co., 313,
333

Renuo r. Bennett, 208
11. V. Alnion, 273

— f. Amershani, 123

— ('. ArdiuL^ton, 173

— V. Arkwriuht, 222

— V. Arundel, 8!)

— V. Ashley, ()5

— r. Aylesiiuiy, 122

— r. Baildon, 123

— V. Bailey, 39

— V. Baidwell, 70

— r. Batty, 4G

— r. Bauld, (il8

— V. Beacall, 50

— r. Beaulieu, 84

— r. Beechev, 289

— V. Bilborough, 69

— V. Billin;j;liay, 69

— V. Birdbrooke, 173

— V. Bislio]), 27(5

— V. Bislu)pton, 71
■ — V. Bolton, (il

— V. Bourton, 122

— V. Bowers, 38, 40, 54

— V. Bradford, 122

— r. Brampton, 212, 225

— V. Bren, 38

— ('. Brown, 430

— v. Bunn, 614

— r. Burbach, 69

— r. Burton, 38

— r. Bvker, 168, 169

— r. Bykerdyke, 599

— V. Callahan, 41

— V. Canifield, 65

— r. Carpenter, 39

— V. CaiT, 47

— V. Charretie, 134

— r. Cheshunt, 70

_ r. Chillesford, 84, 89, 00

— V. Chirk, 23()

— V. Christ's Parish, 173
_ V. Church Huhne, 122

— V. City of London, 260

— r. Combe, 69

— V. Cooke, 56

— V. Ciediton, 62, 69

— V. Crond'ord, 90

— V. ('iiiiiberhuid, 22

— V. Dedham, 172

— V. Dixon, 38, 273, 275



R. r.

— v.

— r.

— V.

— i:

— ■ V.

— -r.

— V.

— V.

V.

■ — V.

V.

V.

V.

V.

V.

V.



- v.

V.

V.

V.

V.

V.

- V.

- V.

V.

V.

V.

V.

- V.

V.

V.

V.

V.

V,

- V.

V,

- V.
V.

V.



Dodderhill, 1C8, 173

Druitt, 617

Dutiiehl, 600

Eccles, 597

Eccleston, 69

Edingale, 69

Edwardscjn, 350

Elmlev Castle, 84

Elsack, 173

E\'ered, 90

Field, 70

FisluT, 360

Foulkes, 40

Freemen of Leicester, 671

Friend, 181

Gardner, 559

Gilrovs, 276

Glover, 38

Goodbodv, 46, 56

Gouch, 18

Gould, 180

Great North of England Rail
Co., 260, 261

Great Yarmouth, 173

Guildford, 93

Gutch, 273

Hales, 173

Hales Owen, 215

Halidav, 613

Hall, 39, 40

Hammonel, 597

Hanqneston, 173

Hamstall Ridware, 550

Handler, 276, 401

Harburton, 238

Harrington, 123

Harrison, 14

Hartley, 75

Ha^tie^ 38

Hawkins, 65

Hewitt, 600

Hey, 55

Hibbfrt, 617

Highnam, 69

Hindrin-ham, 84, 91

Holbrook, 274

Hoseason, 19, 41

Hughes, 37, 38
Hulc.ott, 217, 225
Huntley, 32
Ide, 122

Ightham, 69

, Islip, 217
'. Ivinghoe, 42



TABLE OF CASES.



\XVU



i;. r



— V.

— r.

— V.

— V.

— v.

V.

— V.



. J;ii\is!, G.')
, .Fciison, 41

, Justici's of Cuiuberlaud, 117
Kcynshfiin, 112
Kidwelly, 6!)
Kiiit^f'.s Lvnn, 62, (>£)
Kiiutsfonl, 69
Laiiidou, 69
, Lei'cli, 46, 105
Lt'li^liton, 122
Lichtield, 117
Little liultoii, 61, 69
Longiior, 90
Longwhatton, 146, 173
Lord, 89
Louth, 122
L(A\-, 122
Lvth, 169, 173
Macclesfield, 172
Macdonald, 38, 42, 77
Margctts, 65
Marshall, 39
Mathews, 64, 70
Mawbev, 597
IMay, 38, 40
INIayle, 39

Mayor of Stamford, 117
Medley, 276
Melkridge, 70
Mellish, 61, 289
Minster, 71
Mitchaia, 173
Mountsorrel, 61, 69
Mutters, 255
Negus, 34, 39, 40, 54
Xewton, 69, 168, 172
Xorthowran, 69
Northwingfield, 131, 13S
Norton, 84
Odiham, 172
Parnell, 597
Peck, 243

Pendleton, 169, 173
Peyton, 65
Portsea, 122
Ponsonby, 64, 72
Pope, 18
Prince, 81
Privett, 361
Proud, 38, 633
Pucklechurch, 173
Rainham, 61, 69
Easehen, 217
Bedford, 39



R. V. Rees, 65

— y. Registrar of Friendly Socie-
ties, 607
~v. Ridley, 181

Riley, 55

Ripon, 90

Roach, 92

Rolyenden, 173

Rowlands, 59!)

St. Andrew's, 168, 173

St. John, 84, 206

St. Luke's Hospital, 70

- v. St. Martin's, 173, 236

- V. St. Mary, 146, 173

- V. St. Mary-at-the-Wall, 81

- V. St. Nicholas, 90

- V. St. Paul's, Bedford, 121
-V. St. Peter's, 92, 172

- V. St. Petrox, 89, 122

- V. Sandhurst, 168

- V. Sankey, 203

- V. Scott, 261

- V. Seaton, 173

- r. Selborne, 92

- r. Selsl.y, 599

- r. Shanuan, 190

r. Shiufield, 69, 142
v. Silvester, 338
r V. SkefUngton, 238

- V. Smith, 180, 289

- V. South Newton, 62

- V. Sow, 145

- V. Spencer, 35

- f . Spon Lane Colliii'v Co.,

416

■ V. Spurrell, 62, (iO, 7

- V. S(|uire, 38

r. Stephen, 27()
• V. Stf)ckbridge, ] 72

■ r. Stoke-upon-Tjeut, 110
V. Stokesley, ] 46

V. Stowmarket, 31

V. Sudbrook, 217

V. Sutton, 217, 225

('. Tardebigg, 103, 225

V. Taunton, 84

V. Terrott, 70

r. Thames Ditton, 30, 143

V. Tipton, 69

V. Tite, 38, 40

V. Tiyerton, 72

V. Tongue, 38

r. Totness, 550

r. Turner, 39



XXVIU



TABLE OF CASES.



11. r. Tynoiuoutli, TO

— i\ Walker, 3^, 53, 77

— r. AVall Lvim, 71

— V. "Walter," -Illi

— r. Walton, 122

— r. Waiita.ije, 122

— V. Wai'tleii, 238

— r. Wainiiiis-ter, 173

— V. Waterliouse, 478

— V. Watts, 3!)

— f. Webb, 3.-)S

— r. AVeddiiigtou, 238

— r. Welch, 13!)

— r. Wellbrd, 212, 22.->

— f. "Westei'leigli. 84

— r. Westmeon, 212, 213

— V. Wevliill, 144

— V. Wheatly, 597

— V. White, *42

— V. Whitnash, 338

— V. Wigston, 89

— V. Wilcox, 350

— V. Wilson, 65

— V. Wilt, 65

— v. Winclicomb, 84

— V. Winterset, 217

— r. Wishfoi-a, (59

— r. Witneshaiii, 84

— c. Witt, 65

— V. Woddliead, 359

— V. Wuodhurst, 173

— y. Woitield, 1(59, 173

— c. AVoitley, 77, 121

— v. Youle, 21
Reynolds r. Gex, 246
Rhodes i'. Forwood, 128

— r. Leach, 33
Rich V. Pierpont, 215
itichard.son v. C'ailwii^lit, 214

— V. Dubois, 104

— J'. Ciiecse, 1()3

— r. Mellish, 134, 192

— V. AV'illianison, 253
Richmond r. Smith, 277
Jiidgware, 537

Itidj^way i\ Kurdish, 1 15

— r. lIun^^H'il'ord ^Market,

Co., 160,211, 217, 218,
219, 220

— V. Wharton, lOi)
Rigby i\ Con no), 198, 603
Riley v. I'axendale, 334

— V. Warden, 367, 368
Eimell V. Sanipayo, 248, 250



Rishton v. Grissell, 164
Rist t-. Faux, 23(t, 234
Ritchie r. liowstield, 270
Roberts v. ria\elo( k, 155

— V. Smith, 148, 320, 335
Robertson v. Jenuer, 175

— r. McDonagh, 83
Robinett v. The Exeter, 553
Robins v. Cubitt, 659
Robinson v. Cushnian, 145

— V. Davison, 217, 235

— V. Hindman, 209
Robson V. Sharpe, 242

Roe r. Lirkenhead Rail. ( 'o., 289,

296
Rogers v. Clifton, 186, 187
Rolfe V. Hyde, 52
Rollo V. Thompson, 222
Rosario, The, 555
Ross t: Parkvns, 77

- i: Fender, 192, 193, 206
Rourke v. White Moss Co., 43, 47,

48, 308, 309, 332
Routledge v. Hisl.ip, 619, 632
Royalist. The, 5(ii)
lioyce c. Charlton, 184, xxxiii
RumsL-y r. Webb, 189
Rusbv "('. Scarlett, 247
Rush'torth v. Hadtield, 201
Russell V. Lee, 89
Russell's Patent, Be, 222
Rutheribid v. R<>ak, 210
Ryan r. Fowler, 336

— V. Jenkinsiin, 172
Ryder v. Wombwell, 88



S.



Saboni v. Kirkman, 235
Sadler r. Heidock, 61, 2()8
St. iiartholomew Case, 70
St. Nicholas i: St. Pnt..l|.!i, 90
Sandemann r. Scurr, 2i()
Sanders, Ex2)arte, 165

— V. St. Neot's I'nirii, lie.
Sandt'rson v. litdl, 250
Sandiman r. Rreacli, 337
Santos ('. lUidge, 30
Saterthwaite r. Duci'st, 233
Saunders v. Crawford, 545, 547

— V. Crnwford, xxxiii

— V. Whittle, ()38
Savaije ;•. AValthew, 25<>



TABLE OF CASES.



XXIX



SiiviU; r. llohoits, 590
Saxtoii v. Hawksworth, 317, 335
Scarfe v. Moi'^an, 202, 204, 33!)
Scariiiau r. Castell, 180
Schiiialiu!^' r. Tomlinson, 242
.Scliotk'kl r. Sclmuk, 47!)
Scott V. Loudon Dock Co., G()5
Seaiiiau r. Cuppledick, 23
Scare i\ Prentice, 214
Searle v. Lindsay, 305, 331

— V. Reynolds, 27")

— r. Ridley, 214, 220
Secretary of Jjoard of Trade v.

Snndholme, 559
Selby V. Baldry, 214
Self V. London & Brighton Rail.

Co., 47
Sellen v. Norman, 1(54, 180
Selsey r. Elu.a.les, (i2
Senior v. Ward, 32G, 329, 331,

334
Seymour r. Greenwood, 283, 297

' — r. Maddox, 303, 304, 331,

334, mi
Shackell v. Rosier, 176
Sliallcross r. Wri,glit, 150
Sluirnian r. Sanders, 367, 368
Shaw r. Chairitie, 214
Shelbonrne v. Oliver, 600
Shejiherd r. Hall, 123
Sherman i: Rochester Rail. Co., 334
Shield V. Leg.^e, 207
Shiells r. Blackljurne, 214

— f. Edinburgli & Glasgow
Rail. Co., 268

Shilling r. Accidental, &c., Co.,

658 '
Shirrelfs Case, 161, 193
Silk V. Osljorn, 239
Sim V. Evans, 440, 459
Simmons, Ex ■parte, 166
Simpson r. Crippin, 226

— V. Moore, 421
Simson v. Cook, 237
Sinclair r. Bowles, 154, 156
Singleton r. Eastern Rail. Co., 329
Skinnei-, Ex parte, 165

— V. Kitcli, 600

Skipp V. Eastern Counties Rail.

Co., 303, 317, 331, 334
Skrine v. Gordon, 88
Slater v. Baker, 214
Slattery r. DuMin, Wicklow, &c.

Bail. Co., 660



Shive Grace Case, Tlic, .3()
Sleath V. Wilson, 2s5, 29(j
Sleech V. Tliorington, 35
Sleenian v. Barrett, 367, 368
Sly V. E<lgley, 45
Smart v. West Ham Union, 1 16
Smith V. Allen, 214, 218

— V. Browne, 29

— I'. Cartwright, 1J7

— V. Cator, 121

— V. Company of AruKjurers,

21

— V. Cuff, 178

— V. Hay ward, 194

— r. Hull GLass Co., 251

— r. Keal, 271

— V. Kingsfurd, 194

— V. Lawrence, 43, 2()9

— r. Loftus, 665

— V. McGuire, 251

— V. Neale, 107

— V. Plummer, 557

— V. Seghill, 64, 73

— V. Sparrow, 338

— r. Steele, 333

— V. Thompson, 192, 211

— r. Walton, 371

— i: Watson, 76
Smout i\ Ilbur}', 253
Snelling r. Huntingheld, 108
Somerville v. Hawkins, 187, 189
Somes V. British Empii'e Sliipping

Co., 204
Sommersett's Case, 29, 30
Souch r. Strawhridge, 107
Sonthcote v. Stanley, 256, .313,

661
Soutli of Ireland Colliery Co. -•.

Waddle, 113, 114
Sowdon V. Mills, 191
Spaiglit V. Tedcastle, 270
Spain V. Arnott, 206, 207, 208, 220

225
Speck r. Phillips, 191, 212
Speight V. Oliveira, 233
Spelman r. Fisher Iron Co., 32 -«
Spencer r. Sheerman, 125
Sjiice V. Bacon, 277
Spill V. Manle, 186
Spotswood V. IJaiTow, 211, 219
Sproul r. Hemmingwav, 61, 263
Stafford v. Clark, 82
Stanley v. Harvey, 29
Stavely r. Uzielli, 24!)



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TABLK OF CASES.



Steiuliuau r. lloikk'V, 202
Steel f. Lester, 4!)

— r. SdUtli Eastern Rail. Co.,
263

Stephen r. Thurso Police Cuiiiniis-

sioiKTs, 2()8
Stephens v. Ehvall, 25.")
Stettin, The, 270
Steven.s c. Armstrong, 48

— r. Benning, 242

— Husjiital ('. Dyas, 11. ">

— c. Midland Counties Ivail.

Co., 261

— ■ V. Woodward, 257, 2hO,
287, 298

Stewart v. Great Western Rail. Co.,

657
Stiff V. Cassell, 173
Stiles V. Cardiff Steam Xavi^'ation

Co., 259, 325
Stilk T. Mevrick, 151
Stirling v. ilaitland, 129
Stocker v. Brnckt^'lbank, 76, 1 9S
Stoke V. Pitminster, 144

— V. Twitchen, 123
Stoke-iipon-Trent, 111
Stokes V. 3Iellor, 435

— V. Sanders, 604

Stone r. Cartwri-ht, 41, 256. 271,
272

— V. Hyde, 66!)
Storey v. Ashton, 285, 297
StottV Dickinson, 414, 434
Stulibing r. Heintz, 247, 250
Stiihhs r. HolvAVcll Rail. Co., 235
Sullivan r. Waters, 661
Summers v. Solomon, 251
Sutton V. Clarke, 291
Swainson v. North Eastern ]\ail.

Co., 48, 295, 302, 307, 312, 333
Swift V. AVinterbotham, 259
Sword V. Cameron, 313
Sydney Cove, The, 204
Sykes v. Di.xon, 110, 139, 231

— r. Noith Ewsteuu Rail. Co.
679



Tailors of Ipswich, Case of, 13, 14

Tallis r. Tallis, 136

TaiTant r. AVebb, 304, 325, 335



Tany v. Ashton, 266
Tasker v. Shepherd, 236, 237
Taj'lor V. Brewei-, 147

— V. Caldwell, 216, 236

— r. Carr, 220

— V. Grecnhaigh, 263

— r. Hawkins^ 188

— V. Hickes, 520

— V. Laird, 144, 220
Tebbutt r. Bristol Rail. C"o., 298
Teed ?-. Beere, 164

Temple v. Prescott, 225

Terry r. Hutchinsdii, 234

Test, Tlie, 560

Thames HaAen Co. v. Hall, 117

Thames Iron Works Co. c. Patent

Derrick Co., 203
Thomas r. Vivian, 141

— V. Williams, 238
Thomas Worthington, The, 15s
Thompson I'. Havelock, 221

— V. Ross, 230, 234

— V. Tliompsdu, 9(i
Thomson r. Leech, l(i4

— r. Thomson, 134

Thorn f. Mavor of London, 128

Th.irold v. Smith, 252

Throgmorton r. Countess of Ply-
mouth, 155

Thrupp V. Colh'tt, 36

Tickell *•. Read, 23

Tite's Case, 46

Toddr. Hawkins, 186
— V. Kerrich, 169, 170

Tomkinson r. West, 93, (536

Toogood r. Sjivrinu', 186, 188,
189

Toi)ham r. Goodwin, 664

Totterdell c. Fareham Blue Ihick
Co., 251

Towers v. Osborne, 58

Townshend r. AVindham, 35

Train r. Bennet, 560

Trelawney r. Thomas, 1()4

Treswell c. Middleton, 221

Triggs r. Lester, 338

Trotman v. Dunn, 211

TuniU'V r. Midlainl Rail. Co., 305,
306,'332

Turberville r. Staiiq., 294

Turner v. Dia])er, 158

— r. Evans, 136

— r. Great Eastern Rail. Co.,

312, 313, 333



TABLE (»F CASES.



X X X 1



Turmr v. Letts, 204

— V. Mason, Kii), 172, 20.% 20G,

207, 208

— V. Robinson, 1G7, 1(J8, 174,
211, 220

Turner's Case, 20



U.

Udell V. Athcrton, 271
Underhill r. Longrid^e, 413
Unwin i\ Clarke, 20 '



Van Den Evnde r. Ulster Eail.

Co., 2.S8, 298
Vanderliilt v. Ricluuonil Turnpike

Co., 286
Veitcii V. Eussell, 83
Velasfjuez, The, 270
Venables v. Smith, .50, 29!)



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