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WITH TABLES OF THE NAMES OF THE CASES REPORTED AND CITED,
AND AN INDEX OF THE CONTENTS.
WILLIAM MAWDESLEY BEST, OF GRAY'S INN,
GEORGE JAMES PHILIP SMITH, OF THE INNER TEMPLE,
ESQRS., BARRISTERS AT LAW.
XXXI. & XXXII. VICTORIA.
THE connection between Messrs. BEST AND SMITH, as authorised Reporters of this Court, was suddenly severed by the death of the former on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1869. Their joint labours end with the Report of Morton v. Woods, in the Exchequer Chamber, pp. 632, 650. Mr. Smith, having access to the note books of his deeply regretted colleague, has reported the subsequent cases in this Volume; the sheets as they passed through the press having been revised by P. V. SMITH, Esq., of the Inner Temple. In vol. 10 he hopes to bring down this Series of Reports to the end of Michaelmas Vacation, 1869, including the cases in which judgment was delivered subsequently, and the arguments and decisions on appeal to the Exchequer Chamber in cases previously decided in the Queen's Bench.
RATNER AND HODGES, PRINTERS, 109, Fetter Lane, Fleet Street.