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COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, IRELAND. INSTITUTE

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MICHAELMAS TERM, 1843, AND HILARY TERM, 1844.

BY

JOHN SIMPSON ARMSTRONG,

AND
EDWARD SHIRLEY TREVOR, ESQRS.,

BARRISTERS AT LAW.

DUBLIN:
HODGES AND SMITH, 21, COLLEGE-GREEN.

MDCCCXliv.

DUBLIN: PRINTED BY M I. GILL. Judges of the Court.

The Right Hon. EDWARD PENNEFATHER, Chief Justice.
The Hon. CHARLES BURTON.
The Hon. PHILIP CECIL CRAMPTON.
The Right Hon. LOUIS PERRIN.

Counsel for the Crown.

The Right Hon. Thomas BERRY Cusack Smith, Attorney. General.
RICHARD WILSON Greene, Esq., Solicitor-General.

RICHARD BENSON WARREN, Esq., Second Sergeant.
George Bennett, Esq., Q.C. | Robert Holmes, Esq.
ABRAHAM BREWSTER, Esq., Q.C. John George SMILY, Esq.
WY. DEANE FREEMAN, Esq., Q.C. MATTHEW BAKER, Esq.
HENRY MARTLEY, Esq., Q.C. JOSEPH NAPIER, Esq.
GEORGE TOMB, Esq., Q.C.

William Kummis, Esq., Crown Solicitor.

Counsel for the Traversers.

Richard MOORE, Esq., Q.C. FRANCIS MacDONOGH, Esq., Q.C.
The Rt. Hon. R. Lalor Sheil, Q.C. ALEXANDER M‘Carthy, Esq.
Johs HATCHELL, Esq., Q.C. EDWARD CLEMENTS, Esq.
JONATHAN HENN, Esq., Q.C. JAMES STRATHERNE CLOSE, Esq.
Rt. Hon. David R. Pigot, Q.C. Thomas O'HAGAN, Esq.
JAMES HENRY Monahan, Esq., Q.C. | James O'Hea, Esq.
GERALD FITZGIBBON, Esq., Q.C. JOHN PERRIN, Esq.
JAMES WHITESIDE, Esq., Q.C. | Sir Colman M. O'Loghlen, Bart.
Messrs. Mahony, Forde, Cantwell, Gartlan, and Reilly, Attorneys

for the Traversers.

Walter Bourne, Esq., Clerk of the Crown.

PRE FACE.

The original intention of the Reporters was to have published a full Report of the Trial, with only short notes of the decisions of the Court on the several motions made in the course of Michaelmas Term, 1843. After a considerable part of the work had been printed, at the suggestion of several gentlemen of the Bar, they resolved on publishing a report of the arguments and judgments on the preliminary motions. In consequence of this alteration in the original plan of the Report, the pages from 25 to 120, are duplicates. In order to prevent confusion, and to afford a facility of reference, the duplicate numbers have been printed with an asterisk. The Reporters avail themselves of this opportunity of acknowledging the urbanity and kindness of the Lord Chief Justice, and the other Judges of the Court; and to the Counsel employed, they have also to express their obligations for the assistance afforded them.

April 13, 1844.

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