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NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

STEVENS AND SONS,

(Late STEVENS & NORTON,)

HAVE REMOVED

FROM

BELL YARD, LINCOLN'S INN,

TO THEIR NEW AND ONLY PREMISES,

119, CHANCERY LANE, FLEET STREET, W.C. (Opposite Serjeants' Inn.)

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Ninth Edition. In royal 12mo. 1864. Price 188. cloth.

WHARTON'S ARTICLED CLERK'S MANUAL

A Manual for Articled Clerks; containing Courses of Study as well in Common Law, Conveyancing, Equity, Bankruptcy, and Criminal Law, as in Constitutional, Roman, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Colonial, and International Laws, Medical Jurisprudence, and Book-keeping; a Digest of all the Examination Questions, with the New Statutes, General Rules, Forms of Articles of Clerkship, Notices, Affidavits, &c., and a list of the proper Stamps and Fees: being a comprehensive Guide to their successful Examination, Admission, and practice as Attorneys and Solicitors of the Superior Courts. By J. J. S. WHARTON, Esq., M.A., Oxon, Barrister-at-Law, Author of "The Law Lexicon," &c., &c. and double Entry. HENRY ANDERSON, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-atLaw, Editor of The Legal Examiner," &c.

Fifth Edition. In 2 vols., royal 8vo. 1866. Price 31. 38. cloth,

PRIDEAUX'S PRECEDENTS IN CONVEYANCING,
PRIDEAUX, and JOHN WHITCOMBE, of Lincoln's Inn, Esqs., Barristers-at-Law.
Fifth Edition. By FREDERICK

with Dissertations on its Law and Practice.

Fourth Edition. In 8vo. 1868. Price 30s., cloth,
GENERAL ORDERS.

MORGAN'S STATUTES,

and Regulations relating to the Practice, Pleading, and Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery. With Coplous Notes. Fourth Edition, carefully revised and considerably enlarged. By GEORGE OSBORNE MORGAN, M. A., of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, late Stowell Fellow of University College and Eldon Law Scholar in the University of Oxford; and CHALONER W. CHUTE, M.A., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford.

CHANCERY COURT AND CHAMBER FORMS.
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Ninth Edition. Greatly enlarged, and with the addition of Book-keeping by single FORMS AND PRECEDENTS OF PLEADINGS AND

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ADDISON ON THE LAW OF CONTRACTS. Sixth

By LEWIS W. CAVE, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.
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PRECEDENTS OF BILLS OF COSTS for obtaining

Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration in the Principal Registry of the Court of Probate. By GEORGE CAREW.

Sixth Edition. In 2 vols., royal 8vo. 1867. Price 31. 15s. cloth,

WILLIAMS' LAW OF EXECUTORS AND ADMIthe RT. HON. SIR EDWARD VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, late one of the Judges of Her Majesty's

NISTRATORS.-A Treatise on the Law of Executors and Administrators. By

Court of Common Pleas.

DE GEX

Now ready, with Second Supplement. Royal 8vo. 1869. Price 17. 68. 6d. cloth, AND SMITH'S ARRANGEMENTS between Debtors and Creditors under the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, and the Bankruptcy Amendment Act, 1868. A Collection of Precedents, with an Introduction and Notes, and Digests of Cases. By J. P. DE GEX, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, and RICHARD HORTON SMITH, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. The Second Supplement may be had separately, price 4s. 6d. cloth.

Proceedings in the High Court of Chancery. With Practical Notes and Observa tions. By LEONARD FIELD and EDWARD CLENNELL DUNN, Barristers-at-Law, and Jou BIDDLE, of the Master of the Rolls Chambers.

The book contains upwards of 2,000 Forms and Precedents in daily use. It is framed or as an independent

for use either as a companion volume to the fourth edition of Daniell's Chancery Practice

Ninth Edition. In 12mo. 1863. Price 128. cloth,

SMITH'S (JOSIAH W.) MANUAL OF EQUITY

JURISPRUDENCE-A Manual of Equity Jurisprudence founded on the works of Story, Spence, and other writers, and on the subsequent cases: comprising the Fundamental Principles and the Points of Equity usually occurring in General Practice. By JOSIAH W. SMITH, B.C.L., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, Judge of County Courts.

Third Edition. In one thick vol. 8vo. 1865. Price 17. 158. cloth,

SMITH'S (JOSIAH W.) COMPENDIUM OF THE LAW
of Real and Personal Property connected with Conveyancing. Designed as a second
Book for Students, and as a Digest of the most useful learning for Practitioners. By
JOSIAH W. SMITH, B.C.L., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, Judge of County Courts.
Third Edition.

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ARNOULD ON MARINE INSURANCE. Third
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Law.

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Printed by GEORGE CLOWES, at Duke Street, Stamford Street, in the Borough of Lambeth, in the County of Surrey; and Published by him at 51, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the Parish of St. Clement Danes, in the County of Middlesex.-Saturday, April 3, 1869.

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PUBLISHED FOR THE COUNCIL OF LAW REPORTING.

Delivered GRATIS in the United Kingdom and the Colonies to all Subscribers to the ENTIRE Series of 'THE LAW REPORTS.'

No. 14.

THE LONDON

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1869.

SPrice One Shilling.
Two Pounds per Ännum.
Unforfeitable,

JOINT-STOCK BANK, ABSOLUTE SECURITY
BSOLUTE SECURITY POLICIES,

CHANCERY LANE BRANCH, 124, Chancery Lane.

F. K. HEWITT, Manager.
NE PENNY PER FOLIO. Abstracts.
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ONE PENNY PER FOLIO.

ONE

Briefs.

ONE PENNY PER FOLIO. Fair Copy. HOOPER & SON, 45, Fleet Street.

Unconditional, and Unchallengeable, issued by the PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, 62, Ludgate Hill, London, E.C. Established 1848. The Directors of this Company, in deference to an objection not unfrequently urged by persons invited to assure, that the ordinary mode of life assurance is in their opinion defective or uncertain, by reason of the operation of the customary conditions, have resolved to promulgate the present tables, and to issue assurances under them which shall be absolutely unforfeitable, unconditional, and unchallengeable.

LAW.-PARTNERSHIPS. - Solicitors who in conse-that, in the event of inability or unwillingness to continue payment of their

quence of increase of business, retirement of partners, or for other reasons, may be desirous to form new connections, are respectfully requested to communicate in confidence to Messrs. HOOPER & SON, whose extensive intercourse with the profession enables them to introduce, without delay, gentlemen possessed of adequate means for premium and capital. 45, Fleet Street.

For the reason referred to, many persons hesitate or decline to assure on the ground premiums, the assurance will become forfeited. To this class of the public the system now introduced will especially commend itself, being entirely free from all conditions of forfeiture on account of non-payment of premium, or from any other cause whatever; while at the same time it absolutely guarantees at decease, even when a default is made in payment of the premium, a fixed sum in respect of every premium paid, bearing the same proportion to the total amount assured as the number of premiums actually paid Besides this important advantage, every policy will expressly state what sum can at any time be withdrawn on the discontinuance of the assurance.

MONEY promptly advanced on personal or any available may bear to the whole number originally contracted to be paid.

security. A moderate interest, repayable by Instalments; no preliminary fees. Real and Personal Advance Company (Limited). Established 1856. 3, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, and at 14, Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, W.C. Hours 9 to 6. Bills discounted. Forms free. P. J. HARVEY, Secretary.

The assured will thus always have the option of retaining either an ascertained fixed sum payable at decease, or, in case of need, of withdrawing a certain amount, according to the duration of the polley, such amounts being set forth on every policy, and

CHAMBERS TO LET, opposite Lincoln's Inn Gateway rendit ordincessary any future reference to the Company on these points, as is the

case with assurances. A Barrister is desirous of letting one Large Room (with use of Clerk's Room) furnished or unfurnished. The Chambers are quite new, and lighted with gas. Rent to a desirable tenant would be very moderate. Apply to H. W. C. REYNELL, Esq., 44, Chancery Lane, W.C.

THE

THE LEGAL, CLERICAL, and MEDICAL CO-OPE-
RATIVE SOCIETY (Limited), 374, Euston Road (near Portland Road Station).
By Order.

All orders and communications should be addressed as above.

REYNELL AND SON,

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HENRY GREEN (many years with the late George

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DEPUTY CHAIRMAN-Sir W. J. Alexander, Bart., Q.C.

Reversions and Life Interests purchased. Immediate and Deferred Annuities granted in exchange for Reversionary and Contingent Interests.

Loans may also be obtained on the security of Reversions.

Annuities Immediate, Deferred, and Contingent, and also Endowments, granted on favourable terms.

foreign residence, or other usual limitations. By this freedom from restrictions of all Every policy issued on this plan will be without any conditions as to voyaging, kinds, the objections before referred to will be entirely removed, and the policies will become at once positively valuable as actual securities.

In addition to the foregoing statement of advantages, the number of premiums is five years, as shown by the tables. Thus, bankers, creditors, and others holding policies strictly defined. The longest term provided for is twenty-five years, and the shortest of this class as security, may always know the utmost amount they may be called upon to advance, so as to maintain the full benefit of the assurances-a matter of great importance where policies are held as collateral security.

The Prudential Assurance Company possesses an income of £215,000 a year, its position is unquestionable, and it obtains the largest amount of new business of any office in the kingdom. Special Agents Wanted. HENRY HARBEN, Secretary.

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STATIONERS,

192, Fleet Street, and 1 & 2, Chancery Lane, London, E.C.
Carriage paid to the Country on Orders exceeding 20s.
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CREAM LAID NOTE, 38., 48., and 5s. per ream.

LARGE CREAM LAID NOTE, 48., 68., and 78. per ream.

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ENVELOPES, CREAM or BLUE, 38. 6d., 48. 6d., and 6s. 6d. per 1000.

THE "TEMPLE" ENVELOPE, extra secure, 9s. 6d. per 1000.
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LAW PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS, EXPORTERS, AND VALUERS,
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THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF PRIVATE ACTS OF PARLIAMENT
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S. & S. having a large Stock of the Reports in Sheets, now undertake to supply Sets
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Prospectuses and Forms of Proposal, and all further information, may be had at the STEVENS & SONS, 119, CHANCERY LANE, FLEET STREET, W.C. Office.

C. B. CLABON, Secretary.

[Registered for transmission abroad.]

ESTABLISHED 1810.

[And see back page. Р

GENERAL ORDER

OF THE

HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY.

March 19, 1869.

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE WILLIAM PAGE LORD HATHERLEY, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by and with the advice and assistance of the RIGHT HONOURABLE JOHN LORD ROMILLY, Master of the Rolls, the RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORD JUSTICE SIR CHARLES JASPER SELWYN, the RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORD JUSTICE SIR GEORGE MARKHAM GIFFARD, the HONOURABLE THE VICE-CHANCELLOR SIR JOHN STUART, the HONOURABLE THE VICECHANCELLOR SIR RICHARD MALINS, and the HONOURABLE THE VICE-CHANCELLOR SIR WILLIAM MILBOURNE JAMES, doth hereby, in pursuance and execution of all powers and authorities enabling him in that behalf, order and direct in manner following:

1. At the foot of every Petition of Appeal and Rehearing hereafter to be presented to the Lord Chancellor, and at the foot of every Petition for a Rehearing before the Master of the Rolls, or one of the ViceChancellors, and of every copy thereof respectively, a statement shall be made of the parties or persons intended to be served with the Order for setting down the same for hearing.

2. After the 15th day of April, 1869, the Registrar shall not place any Cause in the paper of the Court to be heard upon a Petition of Appeal and Rehearing, or upon a Petition of Rehearing, until the Decree or Order appealed from shall have been produced to him, duly passed

and entered.

3. All Petitions of Appeal and Rehearing at present in the custody of the Senior Registrar shall be forthwith transmitted by him to and left at the Report Office, to be there filed and preserved under the direction of the Clerks of Records and Writs, and every Petition of Appeal and Rehearing which may hereafter be presented to the Lord Chancellor, and every Petition for a Rehearing before the Master of the Rolls, or one of the Vice-Chancellors, shall be transmitted to and left at the Report Office, to be there filed and preserved under the direction of the Clerks of Records and Writs, and the provisions of the 44th, 45th, 46th, and 47th Rules of the 1st of the Consolidated Orders shall extend and apply to all such Petitions of Appeal and Rehearing.

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PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS ACT, 1868.

Hilary Vacation, 1869.

SUPPLEMENTAL REGULÆ GENERALES

AS TO

THE DISPOSAL OF DEPOSIT-MONEY.

ADDITIONAL GENERAL RULES made by the Judges for the time being for the Trial of Election Petitions in England pursuant to the Parliamentary Elections Act, 1868.

1. All claims at law or in equity to money deposited or to be deposited in the Bank of England for payment of costs, charges, and expenses payable by the petitioners pursuant to the 16th General Rule, made the 21st of November, 1868, by the Judges for the trial of Election Petitions in England, shall be disposed of by the Court of Common Pleas or a Judge.

2. Money so deposited shall, if, and when the same is no longer needed for securing payment of such costs, charges, and expenses, be returned or otherwise disposed of as justice may require, by rule of the Court of Common Pleas or order of a Judge.

3. Such rule or order may be made after such notice of intention to apply, and proof that all just claims have been satisfied or otherwise sufficiently provided for as the Court or Judge may require.

4. The rule or order may direct payment either to the party in whose naine the same is deposited or to any person entitled to receive the same. 5. Upon such rule or order being made, the amount may be drawn for by the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas for the time being. 6. The draft of the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas for the time being shall, in all cases, be a sufficient warrant to the Bank of England for all payments made thereunder.

Dated the 25th day of March, 1869.

SAMUEL MARTIN, J. S. WILLES, COLIN BLACKBURN,

The Judges for the trial of Election Petitions in England.

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NOTE.-On such days as the LORDS JUSTICES may sit separately, the out Registrar in their Court for that week will attend the junior LORD JUSTICE; but in the event of the LORD CHANCELLOR not sitting on any of the days whereon the LORDS JUSTICES may sit separately, the Registrar in the Rota with the LORD CHANCELLOR will attend the

junior LORD JUSTICE.

The Whitsuntide Vacation will commence on Tuesday, the 11th day of May, and terminate on Thursday, the 20th day of May, both days inclusive.

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