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RESERVED FOR CONSIDERATION,
DECIDED 'BY THE JUDGES OF ENGLAND,
FROM THE YEAR 1844 TO THE YEAR 1850.
STEPHEN CHARLES DENISON,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, ESQ., BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
43, FLEET STREET.
LIBRARY OF THE LELAND STANFORD JR. UNIVERSITY.
JUL 8 1001
LIBRARY OF THE LELAND STANFORD, JR., UNIVERSITY
109, Fetter Lane, Fleet Street.
The Editor takes this opportunity of acknowledging with gratitude the kindness and courtesy of all the learned Judges with whom he has had occasion to communicate respecting any of the cases contained in this Volume. He feels peculiarly indebted to Lord DENMAN, Mr. Baron PARKE and Mr. Baron ALDERSON for the great assistance which he has constantly received from them, and the kind manner in which that assistance has been given.
The cases, subsequently to p. 326, were decided by the Court, created by stat. 11 & 12 Vict. c. 78, for the hearing of Crown Cases Reserved: and these latter decisions, though emanating from a tribunal, which is composed of a smaller number of Judges than was usually the case before the passing of that statute, and from which there is no appeal, have a peculiar value owing to the provision contained in sec. 3, that “the judgment or judgments of the said Justices and Barons shall be delivered in open Court, after hearing counsel or the parties, in case the pro