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WITH TABLES OF THE NAMES OF THE CASES REPORTED AND CITED,
AND AN INDEX OF THE CONTENTS.
THESE Reports were established on the cessation, in Trinity Vacation, 1865, of the New Series of the Common Bench Reports by Mr. Scott, and comprise the cases decided in Michaelmas Term, 1865, Hilary Term, Easter Term and Trinity Term, 1866, including the sittings in Banc after each. They were published in Parts, upon each of which appeared the following notice, with the sanction of the Court :
The present Reports are in uniformity with those by Messrs. Best and Smith in the Queen's Bench and Messrs. Hurlstone and Coltman in the Exchequer. The Judges of this Court, while declining to take part with any set of Reports exclusively, have expressed their approbation of Messrs. Harrison f. Rutherfurd as reporters, and have kindly promised to give them the usual facilities for obtaining the written judgments and papers essential for correctly reporting cases.
The Right Hon. Sir WILLIAM ERLE, Knt., C. J.
Sir Roundell Palmer, Knt.
Sir Robert PORRETT COLLIER, Knt.