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FROM MICHAELMAS TERM 1848, TO TRINITY TERM 1849, INCLUSIVE.
IN THE COURTS OF CHANCERY.
IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
IN THE COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
Sir John JERVIS, Knt., Attorney General.
PREFERMENTS AND MEMORANDA.
In the vacation between Hilary and Easter Terms, E. J. LLOYD, Esq., John GREENWOOD, Esq., RICHARD Malins, Esq., F. Calvert, Esq., Henry SINGER KEATING, Esq., and ROUNDELL PALMER, Esq., were appointed Her Majesty's Counsel learned in the law.
Mr. Serjeant KingLake and J. R. Hore, Esq. received patents of precedence.
In the vacation after Trinity Term, the Hon. Mr. Justice COLTMAN died after a short illness. Mr. Serjeant TalPoURD was appointed to the vacant seat on the bench of the Court of Common Pleas.
CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED
Courts of Chancery.
PHILIP TWELLS, Esq., FREDERICK JAMES HALL, Esq., THOMAS WYATT GUNNING, Esq., EDWARD COOKE, Esq.,
BENEDICT LAWRENCE CHAPMAN, Esq.,
THOMAS PARKER, Jun. Esq.