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REPORTS OF CASES

ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE COURTS OF

QUEEN'S BENCH, COMMON PLEAS,

EXCHEQUER,

EXCHEQUER CHAMBER, AND COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL,

DURING THE YEARS 1854, 1855 AND 1856.

Queen's Bench;
BY JOHN S. ARMSTRONG, ESQ. AND W. H. FALOON, Esq.

Common Pleas;
BY LESLIE S. MONTGOMERY, Esq.
AND B. L. FLEMING, Esq.

Erchequer;
BY GRAVES CATHREW, Esq. AND JAMES A. KIFT, Esq.

Erchequer Chamber ;
BY JOHN S. ARMSTRONG, Esq.

Court of Criminal Appeal ;
BY JOHN S. ARMSTRONG, ESQ. AND W. H. FALOON, Esq.

VOL. V.

DUBLIN:
HODGES, SMITH & CO., 104 GRAFTON STREET.

1857.

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During the period of these Reports.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.
Lord Chief Justice.- The Right Hon. THOMAS LEFROY.
Second Justice.—The Hon. PHILIP Cecil CRAMPTON.
Third Justice.—The Right Hon. Louis PERRIN.
Fourth Justice.-— The Right Hon. Richard MOORE.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Lord Chief Justice.—The Right Hon. JAMES Henry MONAHAN.
Second Justice.- The Right Hon. Nicholas Ball.
Third Justice.—The Hon. JOSEPH DEVONSHER JACKSON.
Fourth Justice.- The Right Hon. WILLIAM KEOGH.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
Lord Chief Baron.—The Right Hon. DAVID RICHARD Pigot.
Second Baron.-The Hon. RICHARD PENNEFATHER.
Third Baron.The Right Hon. John RICHARDS.
Fourth Baron.—The Right Hon. RICHARD Wilson GREENE.

ATTORNEYS-GENERAL.
The Right Hon. WILLIAM KEOGH.
The Right Hon. John D. FITZGERALD.

SOLICITORS-GENERAL.
J. D. FITZGERALD, Esq., Q. C.
JONATHAN CHRISTIAN, Esq., Q.C.

SERJEANTS.
JOHN HOWLEY, Esq., Q.C.
JAMES O'BRIEN, Esq., Q.C.
WALTER BERWICK, Esq., Q.C.

Mr. Justice TORRENS having died suddenly, immediately after the conclusion of the Spring Circuit in 1856, the Right Hon. WILLIAM KEOGH was promoted to the vacancy caused by his death, in the Court of Common Pleas, and was thereupon succeeded in the office of AttorneyGeneral by the Solicitor-General, J. D. FITZGERALD, Esq.; and Jonathan CHRISTIAN, Esq., Q.C., was appointed Solicitor-General in his place. On the 29th of January 1857, JOHN EDWARD WALSHE and James ANTHONY Lawson, Esqrs., were called within the Bar.

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