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The General Rules. 873

73.

That in all oases of costs, whether between party and party, or Grosssum

attorney and client, it shall be competent for the party against whom offered by

notice in lieu
sach costs are claimed, to offer by notice a sum in gross in lieu of of taxed

such costs. And if the party entitled to such costs shall agree to

accept of sach sum, the officer appointed for the taxation of costs

shall certify the sum specified in such notice as the sum to which he

has ascertained such costs; but in case the party entitled to such If costs

•^ taxed to less

cod^s shall refuse to agree to such notice, and shall thereby render it than sum

offered, par-
necessary to have such costs taxed, and the same shall be taxed to ty entitled to

less thaa the sum so offered by such notice, the party entitled to such chlrgedwith

costs shall be charged with the expenses of such taxation, and the ^P^^® ®'

same shall h*^ ascertained by the officer and deducted from the amount

of such costs, tr an office role may be obtained for the payment of

the same, in case the sum due on such costs shall not be snffident to

oover the amount of such expenses.

74.

That in any case in which the Court shall award costs to any ck>urt may
party, it shaU be optional witli the Court, either to refer the costs to "f^^
be taxed, or by the order to direct payment of a sum in gross in lieu ^ ^" ^^
of taxed costs, and also to direct by, and to whom, such sum in gross
shall be paid.

76.

That in any case in which costs are directed to be paid by any Kuie mav be
order, and the same shall be subsequently taxed or ascertained, the payment of
party entitled to such costs may, upon production of the said order, ^J^^ ^^
and the officer's certificate of the amount thereof^ have an office rule ^^^^^^
entered for the payment of the same.

76.

That all ImUs of costs, whether between attorney and client, or ?v5'*^

party and party, when taxed, shall be retained in the office ; and at ed in office

and bound
the end of every term, all such bills of costs taxed since the previous up with pro«

term shall be bound up in one or more volumes, with proper mdexes, ^^^'

and to that end the costs for taxation shaE be written on post paper,



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374 The General RuUn.

bookwiae, with a siifficient maigiii ; and in taxing any sabeeqiient

costs in the same cause or matter, regard diaU be had to the pre-

oeding ImUs, so as to ascertain that none of the items chaiged were

Inspection, hiduded hi any Mevious bill ; bnt no inspection shall be given of any
when not -, ^. ^

allowed. bills of costs lodged in the office between attorney and cuent, exc^

to the attorney or dient, or their respective agents, without the

special order of the Court

77.
Costs of at- That on the taxation of costs, no sum shall be allowed for the
^nseU^ ° attendance of counsel, on a reference before a Commissioner, unless
low^*^" ^^ Commissioner shall have entered m his book his approbation of
the attendance of such counsel

78.

M<»7Kr AND STOCK.

Dividends of That when any stock shall stand in the Bank of Irtkamdy to the

stock to 1)6

received by credit of the Commissioners, the Governor and Company of the Bank
^^J^jj'®' of /re/afwi shall, from to time, receive the dividends arising there-
account ftir- fxQijt and furnish to the Commissioners a schedule signed by the
nished. ^ ^ .r

proper officer of the Bank of Ireland^ contaming all sums of money
received by them for such dividends^ specifying in what matter and
account each sum is received.

79.

Btnk of Ire- That the Governor and Company of the Bank of IreUmd shall not

land not to

transfer transfer stock, or pay mcmey standing to the credit of any matter,

money w?S. without an order of the Court, under their seal, and signed by two oi
out order, the Commissioners.

80.
Accounts That in order to provide against the accumulation of accounts for

^^^byapl sums under aix-pence, in all cases where a fractional part <tf aiz-
^^^f of P®*"* °^^ ^*^*"' ^ dividmg sums in cash or stock, or a»y vemiriii,
sixpence. after payment out of aE the other funds, as the sole balanoe, the
Commissioners may pay or transfer the same, not exceeding m^
p^oe, to the parties in such manner as shall appear most ecmvenient



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The General Rules. 375

for closiiig finaUj such account; and that where an allocation or
order dkaH be made for any fraction under one penny, the Commis-
tknien may draw without regard to such fraction. \

81.
That in any case in which an order shall direct the dividends of DlTidends of
stock to be invested from time to time, the officer of the Court shall i^^^gted
give a schedule and notice thereof to the broker, who shall accord- ^^2^^,°®
ingly invest such dividends at the end of each half year, deducting
therefrom his lawful commission ; and thereupon the Commissioners
shall dra# in favour of such broker for the sum so invested.

82.

That the broker, in figuring valuations of stock under any money J^®^ ^^

order, shall not charge more than five shillings for the first valuation, figuring va-
luation of
and two shillings for eveiy subsequent valuation : and shall, on the stock.

first day of January, and first day of July, in every year, certify to

the Commissioners what has beoi recaved by him for such valuations

during the preceding ^x. months.

83.

That in any case in which any stock shall have been allocated to, 'VHien stock

transferred
and afterwards ordered to be transferred to any person, the Conmiis- to any

sioners shall draw in his favour for the dividends (if any) received, misdoners '
subsequent to such allocation. to? di^^

dends.
84.

That whenever an order shall be made for the purchase of stock Priceof stock
with money standing to the credit of the Commissioners, the price purchased,
shall not be paid to the broker until he shall have transferred to the ^d^until
Commissioners, stock equal in value to the money to be hivested, f^^^^'^
deducting his lawfid commission, and shall have produced the certi-
ficate of the proper officer of the Bank of Irtland to that effect,
nnless the Commissioners shall, under special drcumstanoes, otherwise
direct



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376 The General Rules.

85.

Piice of stock xhat wherever an order shaU be made for tiie sale of stdck standms
ordered to be ^

transferred in the names ^ the Gommisaioners, the same shall not be tranallBned
not to be
paid to until the broker shaU have lodged in Bank, to the credit of the

certificate Commissioners, the price thereof^ deducting his lawful commission,

li^^ •»<• *«» »«''« P"^"*** *« certificate of the proper officer of the

Bank of Ireland to that effect, unless the (Commissioners shall, under

special circumstances, otherwise direct

John Richards,
m. lonqfekld.
Chas. J. Habobeayb.

Submitted to the Privy Council for thdr approbation, September,
18, 1849.

S. WouLFB Flanagan,
Secretary.

. Approved of by the Privy Council, October, 17, 1849.

Mazibbb Bradt, C.
Chablbmont.
Edwabd Meath.
Wm. K. Sombbvillb.
F. Blackbubne.
L. Pebbin.

R. EBATDrOB.

James Henbt Mohahan.
Fbbd. Shaw.
. T. F. Kennedy.
RiCHD. Moobb.



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STATISTICS

AND

GENERAL SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE
COMMISSION,

li-om its Opening to the Z\st July, 1853.*



INDEX TO SUMMARY.



Table 1. Number of petitions lodged.

„ 2. General statistics.

„ S. Gross total sales.

,, 4. Amount of sales in each County and mode of sale.

,, 5. Cash account.

„ 6. Classification of purchasers.

„ 7. English and Scotch purchasers.

,, 8. Localities whence these purchasers came.

,, 9. Classification according to amount of purchase money.

„ 10. Classification as to conditions in life.

„ 11. Number of Estates brought from Chancery.

„ 12. Number of titled persons whose Estates have been sold.

,, 13. Staff and Salaries.



• These interesting statistics and general summary of the proceedings of
the Court have been slightly condensed from a pamphlet entitled "Ireland's
Kccovery," from the pen of Mr. John Locke, the Auction Clerk to the Com-
mission; the pamphlet in question contains a vast deal of other matter of a
highly interesting and instructiye character in connexion with the opera-
tion of the Commission.



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Table 1.

Number of

petitions

lodged.



378 Statistics and General Summary.

General Summary of Proceedings from the Filing of Ihefiret Petition^
October 21st, 1849, to July dlst, 1853.

From 2l8t October to 3l8t December, 1849 . 273

1860 ...... 1,200

1851 ...... 627

1862 480

1858, Januaiy to July, both indusiye . . 298



2,878



Table 2.



General
statistics.



Number of petitions lodged, including those for partitions and

exchanges, as well as for sale of estates (of which

about 450 were duplicates and supplemental

petitions) ..... 2,878

Number of these in which the owners were insolvent 284

Number in which owners were petitioners for sale of thdr

estates ..... 654

Number of conditional orders for sale . . 2,319

Number of absolute orders for sale . . 2,109

Number of estates (or parts of estates) sold by the Com-
missioners ..... 1,081
Number of lots sold :

In Court by public auction . 3,775

By provincial auction, confirmed by

the Commissioners . . 917

By proposal accepted by the Commis-
sioners . . . 1,116

Total number of lots sold 5,808

Number of conveyances executed by the Commissioners 3,523

Number of certificates of conveyances upon which receivers

discharged from estates sold . . 655



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Statistics and General Summary. 379

Number of Bank orders for payment or transfer of fimds 7,300
Nmnber of boxes containing title deeds and leases, depo-
sited in the Record Office of the Conmiission 1,632



Gross amount of rentals of estates sold:
In Court by public auction .
By provincial auction, confirmed by the

Commissioners .
By proposal accepted by the Commis-
I (about)



Total



Number of acres sold:

By public auction in Court .

By provincial auction, confirmed by the

Conmiissioners .
By proposal accepted by the Commis-

sioners (about)

Total



£ $. d. Table 3.

536,614 12 6 GroJTrental.

98,659 8 3

95,000



£729,274 9

A. R. P.

1,036,137 2 37 Acreage.

205,564 2 8

406,000



1,691,702 1 5



County of Carlow

Carlow (town of)



PfiovmcE OP Leikster.

£ ' s. d.

60,791



160



County of Dublm . . 143,365 5

Dublin (dty oO . 239,935 12 3

Kingstown (town oO 310

Rathmines (town of) 7,945



$. d.



Table IV.



Amount of
sale in each

60,951 o«>^*y-



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380 Statistics and General Summary.

PBOVmCB OF Lbinsteb — OOnlNHMcL

£ 8. d. £

Rathfamham (town of) 285

Booterstown (town of) 85

Balrotheiy (village of) 125



County of Kildare

Kilcock (town of)
Rathangan (town of)

County of Kilkenny .

Kilkenny (dty of)
Freshfbrd (town of)

King's County . . . 234,545

Tullamore (town of) 180

Parsonatown (town of) 2,667

Riyerstown (village of) 11



109,060








315








100








346,845


3





7,756








420









391,990 12 8



109,475



355,021 3



237,403



County of Longford 105,725

County of Louth . . 108,445

Drogheda (town of) 960

Dundalk (town of) 3,520



County of Meath . . 475,176 12 7

Kell8(townof) . . 150

Trim (town of) . . 310

County of Westmeath . 240,919

Athlone (town of) . 4,505

Queen's County . . . 363,976 9 10

Maryborough (town of) ■ 63

Portarlington (town of) 131 18 1

County of Wexford . . 219,275

Wexford (town of) . 260

New Boss (town of . 3,530



112,925

475,636 12 7
245,424

364,171 7 a

223,065



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r



Statistics and General Summary, 381

Province of Leinster — continued,

£ 8, d, £ s, d.

County of Wicklow . . 84,762 9

Baltinglass (town of) . 1,090

85,852 9



Total . . 2,767,640 6 2



Province op Ulster.
County of Antrim . . 890,002 2 1
Belfast (town of) . 283,905 7 9



County of Armagh . . 129,182

Newry (town of) . 2,060

Lnrgan (town of) 236

Newtownhamilton (town of) 146



673,907 9 10



131,622

County of Cavan . ..... 180,966 9 4

County of Donegal 42,460

County of Down . . 267,808 13 8

Rathfrfland (town of) 1,219

Warren Point . 360

Newry (town of) . 445



County of Fermanagh . 142,666 8 4

Enniflkillen 8,020



269,322 13 8



146,686 8 4



County of Londonderry .... 14,745

County of Monaghan .... 270,967 6

County of T^ne . 443,401 8 6

Dungannon (town of) 146



443,646 8 6



Total . £2,173,202 9 8



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382 Statistics and General Summary.



Province of Munsteb.



County of C3are

Ennis (town of)

County of Cork .

Cork (city of)
Bandon (town of)
Youghal (town of)
Fermoy (town of)

County of Tipperary, .

Cashel (city of) .
Nenagh (town of)
Roscrea (town of)
Fethard (town of)

County of Waterford .

Waterford (city of)
Carrickbeg (town of)



£ 8, d.

196,795

500

1,087,869 4 14

49,375

6,395

3,815

260

674,554 4 8

835

1,230

160

100

318,856 4 10

620

1,260



d.



196,295



1,147,714 4 11



County of Keny .
County of Limerick

Limerick (dty of)



676,879 4 8



320,736 4 10
246,581



666,628 5 6
15,454



Total



- 682,082 6 6
£3,270,287 19 11



County of Galway

Galway (town of)
Ballinasloe (town of)
Gort (town of)
Clifton (town of)



PROVINCE OP CONNAUQHT.

1,194,825 13 4

58,650

740

6,490

150



County of Leitrim . . . 83,630
Carrick-on-Shaimon (town of) 760



1,260,865 13 4



84,390 \



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StatisHcs and General Summary. 383



Province op Connaught — continued.



County of Roscommon

Roscommon (town of)
Castlerea (town oJE)

County of Sligo

Sligo (town of)

County of Mayo

Castlebar (town of)



X t. d.

16,512 12

360

840



62,660








6,500








687,744


6





600









s. d.



Total



267,212 12

68,060

638,244

£2,218,762 10 4



Provinoe of Lbinsteb

„ Ulster

„ Munster

„ Ck>NNAUOIIT

Total



2,767,640 6 2

2,173,202 9 8

3,270,287 19 11

2,218,762 10 4

£10,429,893 6 1



Summaiy.



By public auction in Court

By provincial auction, confirmed by 'the Com-



By proposal, accepted by the Commisrioneis

Total . £10,429,893



£ $. d.

6,832,304 12 8 Mode of sale.

1,828,384

1,769,204 12 5



6 1



Amount distributed, in cash and stock
Amount of credits to purchasers on foot of
incumbrances



£ 8.


d.




6,486,072 11


11


Table 5


1,142,411 3


6


Cash ac-
count.



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384 Statuiica and General Summjaar^.

£ s, d, £
Funds on hand.
Cash in Bank, 81st August,

1863 . . 814,172 1 6

3^ percent stock,31st August,

1863 . . 946,830 15 11

3 per cent, consols, 8 1st August,

. 288,468 3 8



s, d.



1863



Provisional credits to purchasers, incumbran-
cers; funds set apart to pay annuitants;
and to meet charges not at present
payable; and monies allocated to
trustees, when from death or absence it
became necessaiy that new trustees
should be appointed; and purchase-
money of recent sales not yet lodged



2,048,461 1



802,948 8 8



Total amount of sales 10,429,893 6 1



Table 6.

Classifica- , f.^
tion of sales. 1»<>00
and
under.


£
1,000

to
2,000


£
2,000

to
6,000


£

6,000

to
10,000


£
10,000

to
20,000


£
20,000

and
upwards.


Total Number

of

Purchasers.


1,789


929


868


463


134


30


4,213



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SicUiaHes and General Summary,

Pboyingb of Leinstsb.



385



^^i


.










"8
1


Coimty.


Acreage.


Purchase
Money.


ill














A. B. p.


£ s. d.


7


7


In county of Dub-
lin, chiefly house
property in the
city,


>


12,786


2


2


Eildare


226 4


1,820


7


9


Kilkenny .


6,630 3 20


79,426


2


2


King's County


9,060 23


64,426


2


2


Longford


2,866 1 19


7,360


2


2


Louth .


4,504 3 31


23,360


2


2


Meath .


1,004 8


13,150


3


3


Queen's County


1,031 3 8


7,875


2


3


Westmeath .


1,966 10


27,000


1


1


Wexford


9,887 1 24


66,200


2


2


Wicklow

Total .


6,808 23


37,826




43,484 3 10


330,166



Table 7.

Claasifica-
tion of pur-
chasers and
counties.



Pboyincb of Ulstes.



14


1
2

1
1
2
2
6


Antrim

Cavan .

Donegal

Down .

Fermanagh

Monaghan

Tyrone




760

4,341 1

366 1 34

4,067

409 1 28

12,618 6

29,416 1 12


23,750
24,686

2,400
12,000

4,950
184,297
72,485


r.


Total





61,866 36


824,617



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386 Sta^igties and QeMral Swmmary,



1


1


Ctontr.


JUKmge.


Purchase
Money.


29
3
8

23
8


29
3
10
23
10


Cork .
Kerry .
Limerick .
TiK)eraiy . .
Waterford .

Total .


A.
18,877

5,884
19,666
22,625

7,809


E. P.

1 18

2 12
88
2 11
8 8


£ t, d.

108,906 12 6
10,250
91,190

207,455
86,360




68,862


2 2


504,16112 6


Provikgx of Ck>ifirAiroHT.


20
6
7

13


28
6

7
20


Galway
Leitiim
Boscommoii .
Mayo .

Total .


240,268

4,040

3,788

84,630


4

2 38

3 16
2 8


450,930
19,400
25,320

125,116




332,728


21


620,765






SUMMi


LRT.




Table 7.

32
24
71
46


85
15

75
66


Ldnster
V\stet .
Munalter
Ckiuiaught .

Total. .


43,484

51,866

68,862

332,728


3 10
86
2 2
21


330,165
824,517
504,161 12 6
620,766 OO


178


181


49d,9o6


2 29


1779,60812 6



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Stati9tie$ and General Summary, 387



Gumtiesyi^


Ko. of

Pun-

ohasets*


Amount of
PorohMe Mbney.






£ i, d.


^om Btfddnghamdiire .


1


1,220


„ Cheshire




4


63^05


„ Derbyshire




3


6,706


„ Devonshire .




9


24,470


„ Durham




1


7,760


„ Gloucestershire, .




8


16,920


,, Hampshire




4


81,160


„ Hertfordshire •




1


11,000


„ Kent




1


1,700


„ London District




78


977,438 10 2


„ Lincohi^iire *




S


5,490


„ Lancashire, indo&ig lir


opool






and Birkenhead .




27


286,366 13 4


„ Norfolk




1


16,600


„ Oxfordshire .




1


6,280


,, Pembrokeshire




8


16,146


„ Suffolk .




2


69^60


,, Soasez .




1


7^610


„ Shr<^[>shure




2


8,840


,, Staffordshire .




8


6,460


,, Somersetshire




1


2,650


„ Warwickshire




4


14,900


„ Yorkshire .




5


10,942


„ Scotland




2rl


2(Hy64l


„ Calcutta*




8


40,260


„ IdeofMan .




8


1,406 9


. „ Ameiiitat . .




1


2y820






181


1,779,608 12 6



TtMc 8.

Purchasers
address.



• Ofllcert, two in the Military and one in theGiTil Seryice.
_ f A retumed emigrant.



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388 Statistics and General Summary.



Table 9.

GlMfliiloa-
tionofEito
fllBhand
Scotch.


£

1,000

and

Under


£
1,000

to
2,000


£

2,000
to

5,000


£

5,000

to
10,000


£
10,000

to
20,000


£

20,000

and

Upwards.


T6tal Number ^)f

EnglialiandScotdi

Pnrchaaen.




31


88


46


80


17


20


181



Table 10.

Same as to inelading
gnditionin e^M^ed


Manu&ctaren and

Merchants, inclu-

dinff eight

films.


Insarance
and Land
Companies.


mers.


Total Number of

English and Scotch

Purchasers.


79


62


7


88


181



Table 11.

Chancery es-
tates sold.
How long in
Chancery.



Over 8 and under 6 years



6 „


10


10 „


15


16 „


20


20 „


26


26 „


80


80 „


86


86 „


40


40 „


46


45 „


60


50yeais





Total



219

864

167

89

46

81

22

17

6

4

9

974



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Statutiea and General Summary.



389



9 Marquises (one only for the exchange of land).

17 Earis.

4 Visooimts.

1 Lord (by courtesy).
6 Barons.

12 Honourables and Right HononraUes.

21 Baronets.

6 TitledLadi^

5 Knights.

2 Counts.

7 Members of Parliament.

18 Ex-Members of Parliament



Table 12.

Tittodper.
wms sold, or
to be sold
oat.



Total 102
In 33 cases, or one-third of this number, the owners are also
petitioners for the sale.







SiOary


VAxa.


OmcE.


per an-
nunu.


The ffigfat Honourable John




£


BiGHABDS, one of the Barons






of her Majesty»s Court of






Exchequer in Ireland,


Chief Commissioner, .


1600*


Richard Bothwell, * .


TTifl Examiner, .


400


Thomas Nichols Moore,


Examiner's Clerk,


100


MOUNTIFOST LONGFIELD,






Q.C., LL.D., .


Second Commissioner,


2000


James McDonnell, Barrister-






atrLaw, ....




400


Richard Heniy Y . Archer, .


Exammer's Clerk,


100








Q.C., LL.D., .


Third Commissioner, .


2000


Richard D. Urling, Barrister-






at-law, ....


His Examiner, .


400


Henry Fawcett, .


Examiner's Clerk,
Carried forward.


100




7000



Table IS.

Staff of Com-
misrioners.



• Besides salary as one of the Barons.



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390 JSkOisties ^nd Gener^ Summary,



Namb.



Offick*



Stephen Wpnllb ilaoagan,
Barrister-at-Law,

Henry Carey, Bairister-at-
Law, ....

Michael O'Longhlin, .
George Pickering Ri<^W94Ai .

Andrew Edward Carleton,

Richard A. HtzgeraM, Solici-
tor,



Thomas John Charles Bichards,
Abraham J. Stewart, .

Thomas Seed,
William Jehn Gillespie,
Peter Bnrrowes, .

Robert King Piers, Solicitor,
imm^ F. Frizell,

Thomas Welsh, Baroter^at-
Law, ....
William Gumley,

John Locke, A.B.,

James Wonlfe,

Michael Mema, .
James Antony,
PhiUp McMahon, .

Frances Gumley, .
Lucy Greaves,



Bronglit forward.

Master,

Secretary, R^fistrar,
and Examiner,

B«^tary»9 Aflrfatant,
FijRst Assistant in Jle-

gistrar's Office,
Second Assistant,

General Clerk and Tax-
ing Officer, .

First Assistant to ditto,
Second Assistant to do.

Acconntant,

Fiiei Assistant to ditto,

Second Assstant to dp,

Notice Clerk,
Assistant to ditto,



Keeper of Deeds, ^
His ,^^S^9tW^t, .

AncU^n Clerk, .

Crier,

Port^ tind MwseogOT,



Poasekeeper,
Her Assistant,

Total



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THE SCHEDULE OF FEES,

To he allowed hy the Taxing Officer on the Taxation of
Costs in Proceedings before the Commissioners.



This schedule of fees, as regards the draft rentals, to take effect in relation
to aU businest henceforward done ; in all other reqpeots this schedule to
hare a retrospective effect in regard to coats not hitherto certifled.—
iSlh November^ 1850.

APPEARANCi; £ s. d.

Entering an appearance, and all attendaooe^ in t^Hat-
tioQ tl^eoreto, . . . . .068

ATTENDANCES,

On cHent, not exceeding one honr, . . .068

For each subsequent hour, . .068

For each day cause or motion in day Hst, and not at

hearing, . . . . . .068

Each day it is at hearing, . . . 18 4

■ [Not to be allowed unless a competent person attends acquainted
with the facts and proceedings in the cause, and having the
proper documents in readiness.] i

All attendances to lodge money in Bank, ineluding the
procuring of the. order and ntomuig the lee^pt t»
Ckrart, . . . . . .10

DraiHng money, obtaining order, aad retaining ie>
ce%>t, . . . . . .10

On witness in town, . . . . .068

With witness to examination, . . .068

On counsel with brief or case, . . .068



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392 The Schedule of Fees.

ATTENDANCES—oofilMtMd £ s. d.

On taxation, indnding penual and inrtrnotions bythe

SdliGitor who lodges Boch bill of oosts lor 160 items

ornnder, . . .068

For each snooeeding item, .00^

[The soUdtor oppoaiiigthe tfexatian is to be allowed the nsaai fee
for attendanoee in proportioii to time and labour nsefdlly be-
•towed on the taxation, such attendanoee to be allowed bat to
one opposing party, whether owner or inenmbrancer, to be de-
tennined by the Cwnmliwlnnerg according to thecircnmrtancee
of the case.]

For each Office Bnle, . .034

For the solicitor who obtains any order of Court, tak-
ing out same, attendance indnded, . .068

Filing a notice or order, or marking the names of the
parties on whom it is to be served, and attending
with it at the Notice Office, . .034

On each newspaper in which advertisement is inserted,
exdnsive of diaiges by pfoprietors of newspapers, 8 4

Conespondence and attendance upon parties requiring
copies of rentals previous to a sale, . .110

And sudi farther sum in proportion to the extent of
the estate about to be sold, as may appear reasona-
able.

To lodge daim or lease, tee Claim o& Lbabb.



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