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BANKRUPTCY RULES, 1870—continued.

Rules 67, 70, 271, 295. Ex parte BAGSTER. Re BAGSTER
Rules 67, 70, 74. E.c parte MERRIMAN. STENSON
Rules 77, 92, 274. Ex parte FEWINGS. Re SNEYD
Rules 78, 79, 80. Exc parte HARRISON. Re JORDAN
Rules 89, 95, 138, 142. Exc parte COHEN. Re COHEN
Rules 99, 100. Ex parte ANGLO-ITALIAN BANK. Re FLORENCE LAND Co.
Rule 143. Ex parte GEISEL. Re STANGER
Rules 143, 144. Ex parte HILL. Re DARBYSHIRE
Rules 158, 165. Ex parte EVANS. Re EVANS
Rule 207. Ex parte STEED. Re Day
Rule 272. SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE DE PARIS v. GEEN
Rule 295. Es parte HOLLENDER. Re Cox

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RULES UNDER THE COMPANIES ACTS :

General Order, 11 Nov. 1862. Rule LX. Re GREYS BREWERY Co.

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TABLE OF CASES

IN THE DIGEST FOR 1883, WHICH HAVE SINCE BEEN DECIDED ON APPEAL.

Column of

Name of Case.

Decision,

1883 Digest. (Column of 1884 Digest.

205 450

11 389

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360

234
101
411
393

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342
445
404
180
281
144
295
387
391

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Adams & Kensington Vestry, Re
Adams v. Morgan
Alcock v. Leeuw
Att.-Gen. v. Hubbuck
Barlow v. Kensington Vestry
Beer v. Foakes
Bell v. Love

Benares,” The
Blackburn Building Society v. Brooks
Bloxam v. Favre
Boddington v. Clariat
Boswell v. Coaks
Bown, Re O'Halloran v. King
Bradford, Re
Brunsden v. Humphrey
Bulman v. Young
Burdick v. Sewell
Burton v. English
Caldicott, ex parte. Re Hart
Charlemont v. Spencer
Claparede v. Commercial Union Ass.
Clydesdale Bank v. M‘Lean
Columbia Chemical Works, Re
Coomber v. Berks JJ.
Coombs v. Cook
Cooper v. Davis
Coverdale v. Grant
Crowther v. Thorley -
Davey v. L. & S. W. Ry. Co.
Devitt v. Kearney
Dobbs v. Grand Junction Waterworks
Drew v. Metropolitan Board of Works
Dryer v. Birrell
Duck v. Bates
Dye v. Dye
Dyson v. Greetland Board
East & W. India Docks v. Hill
France v. Clark
Gard v. Commissioners of Sewers
Gibbs v. G. W. R. Co.
Goldsmid v. G. E. R. Co.
Grant v. Easton
Great W. R. Co. v. Swindon, &c., Railway

Co.
Green v. Humphreys
Guardian Building Society, Re
Gullischen v. Stewart
Hack v. London, &c., Building Society

237, 546

Affirmed.
18
[See 1 C. & E.,
Part II., p. xi.] !

423
270

Reversed.
1

Affirmed.
207
461

71
402
538
181

Reversed.
202
329
164
343

Affirmed.
456

(Reversed by C.A.

Restored by H.L. 463

Reversed.
42

Affirmed.
205
327

Reversed.
427

Affirmed. 108

420 [See I C. & E., Part II., p. xi.]

58 458 106

Reversed. 290

Affirmed. 178

Partly Reversed. 526

Reversed. 273

Varied. 221

Reversed. 130

Affirmed. 205

Reversed.
194

Affirmed.
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105

114

45 390

85 250 446 436 234 194 109 382 172

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Varied. .
183

Affirmed.
247
251

Reversed. 172 (sub nom. Murray} Partly Reversed.

v. Scott)
457

Affirmed. 170 (sub. nom. Muni-/

Affirmed. cipal, &c., v. Kent.)

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Maddeyer, Re
March, Re

Margaret,” The
Martin v. Fyfe
Marylebone Guardians v. Wycombe Guardians
Middlesborough Overseers v. N. Riding JJ.
Milan Tramways Co. Re
Milnes v. Huddersfield
Myers v. Marsh
Orr-Ewing v. Orr-Ewing
Oxford (Bishop of) ex parte
Pearsall v. Brierley Board

321 269 248

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186

Affirmed. 201

Reversed.

(Reversed by C.A. 461

Restored by H.L. 377

Varied.
310

A ffirmed,
288
115
527

(New Trial
Part II., p. xi.]
171

Affirmed.
S41, 226 (sub nom. Re

Reversed.
Sneyd.)
404

Affirmed.
([See Peterborough
(Mayor of) v. Wils-
thorpe Overseers, 328)

[See 1 C. & E.,
Part II., p. xi.]

188

64 273

Reversed.
486

Affirmed,
401
75

Reversed. [See W. N. 1884, p. 240]

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271

Peterborough (Mayor of) v. Stamford Union

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Sayers v. Collyer
Scarlett v. Hanson
Scholfield v. Spooner
Seear v. Webb
Speight v. Gaunt
Stock v. Inglis
Stott v. Fairlamb
Strickland v. Symons
Svensden v. Wallace
Swire v. Cookson
Taurine Co., Re
“ United Service,” The
Wake, Ex parte -
Walton, Ex parte
Watkin v. Newcomen
Vinston,” The

381 294 420 193

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136 [See 1 C. & E., Part II., p. xi.]

442
342
504
220

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503
219

65 104 469 407

74 [See 1 C. & E., Part II., p. xi.]

467

Affirmed. Reversed.

86

Affirmed.

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COMPLETE ANNUAL DIGEST

OF

EVERY REPORTED CASE FOR 1884.

MENTS.

(1)

( 2 ) ABANDONMENT_Railway_Parliamentary de- | ACCORD AND SATISFACTION—continued. posit—Landowner.

Read v. G. E. Ry. Co. (L. R. 3 Q. B. 555, 18 L.T. See RAILWAY COMPANY. 1.

82, 16 W. R. 1040) approved. LITTLEWOOD v. Trade-mark-Non-user.

MAYOR

42 Amer. R. 271 (U.S.) See TRADE-MARK. 10.

ACCOUNTANT–Right of auditor of company co ABATEMENT - Annuities Apportionment

appoint.
Annuities “free of Legacy Duty.”

See COMPANY_MANAGEMENT. 1.
See EXECUTOR-ADMINISTRATION. 1.

ACCOUNTS.
-Nuisance.

See PRACTICE-ACCOUNTS.
See NUISANCE. 1.

Action for— Transfer to Chancery Division. ABDUCTION—Child under 14–Unlawful deten

See PRACTICE-TRANSFER. 1, 2. tion by fraud.

Banking - Appropriation of payments See CRIMINAL LAW, 1.

Guarantee.
ABSTRACT—Deed not in vendor's possession-

See BANKER. 1.
Expense of abstract.

Banking-Inspection of-Ex parte applica-
See VENDOR AND PURCHASER. 18.

tion.

See PRACTICE DISCOVERY DocuACCEPTANCE — Bill of exchange - Adding

6.
drawer's name after death of acceptor.
See BILL OF EXCHANGE. 1.

Banking-Overdrawing-Building society
Bill of exchange - Directors · Personal

-Borrowing powers.
liability.

See BUILDING SOCIETY. 4.
See COMPANY-DIRECTORS. 2.

Foreclosure action.
Contract.

See MORTGAGE. 5, 7, 13, 25.
See CONTRACT. 5-7.

Matters of account-Reference to master. ACCORD AND SATISFACTION - Contract

See PRACTICE–REFEREE. 1. Consideration - Debtor and Creditor - Contract Settled—Opening—Mortgage to solicitor by by Creditor to take less than Sum due.] An

client. agreement between judgment debtor and creditor,

See SOLICITOR. 17. that in consideration of the debtor paying down ACCUMULATIONS_SettlementTrusts for Accupart of the judgment debt and costs, and on con- mulationThellusson Act (39 & 40 Geo. 3, c. 98), dition of his paying to the creditor or his nominee 8. 1.] The four different periods beyond which the residue by instalments, the creditor will not the accumulation of income is unlawful under the take any proceedings on the judgment, is nudum ist section of the Thellusson Act are alternative pactum, being without consideration, and does and not cumulative: therefore when one period not prevent the creditor after payment of the has been applied and exhausted, a second period whole debt and costs from proceeding to enforce cannot be resorted to and applied, in order to payment of the interest upon the judgment. extend the time for accumulation,

Decision of the Court of Appeal (11 Q. B. D. In applying the Act the Court is bound to 221 ; 52 L. J. Q. B. 712, 1883 Dig. col. 101) af- consider not merely the events which have hapfirmed.

pened, but also those which might have hapPinnel8 Case (5 Kep. 117 a) and Cumber v. pened. Wane (1 Str. 426) followed. FOAKES v. BEER By a post-nuptial settlement the husband as

9 App. Cas. 605 (H. L., E.), signed all his personal estate to trustees upon 2. — Negligence-Recovery of damages for trust to apply the income to his own maintenance, personal injury-Subsequent action for death. I and subject thereto, during the joint lives of him

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