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Lukes Gala

SALT & SONS,

SHREWSBURY

THE LAW JOURNAL

FOR

"THE YEAR 1826,

COMPRISING

REPORTS OF CASES

IN THE

Courts of Chancery, King's Bench, and Common Pleas,

FROM

MICHAELMAS TERM 1825, TO TRINITY TERM 1826,

BOTH INCLUSIVE.

VOL. IV.

LONDON:

Printed by Jamen Holmer, 4, Took's Court, Chancery Lane,
FOR J. W. PAGET, 5, QUALITY COURT, CHANCERY LANE.

MDCCCXXVI.

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9 DEC 1959

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1. Reports of Cases in the Courts of Equity. 2. Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench. 3. Reports of Cases in the Court of Common Pleas. 4. A Digest of all the Reports in every Court of Justice in the Kingdom. 5. An Annual Supplement to Burn's Justice. 6. An Abridgment of every Act of Parliament immediately after it has passed. 7. Law Tracts.

JUDGES, &c.

1826.

IN THE COURTS OF EQUITY.

Earl ELDON, Lord High Chancellor.
The Right Hon. Lord GIFFORD, Master of the Rolls.
Sir John LEACH, Knt. Vice Chancellor.

IN THE COURT OF KING'S BENCH.
The Right Hon. Sir CHARLES ABBOTT, Knt. Lord Chief Justice.
The Hon. Sir John BAYLEY, Knt.
The Hon. Sir George Sowley Holroyd, Knt.
The Hon. Sir Joseph LITTLEDALE, Knt.

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Right Hon. Sir William DRAPER Best, Knt. Lord Chief Justice.
The Hon. Sir James Allan Park, Knt.
The Hon. Sir James BURROUGH, Knt.
The Hon. Sir STEPHEN GASELEE, Knt.

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IN THE ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS. The Right Hon. Sir John Nicholl, Knt. Official Principal of the Arches Court of Can

bury, Judge of the Prerogative Court and the Court of Peculiars of Canterbury. The Right Hon. Lord Stowell, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty of England. The Right Hon. Sir Christopher Robinson, Knt. Chancellor of the Diocese of London.

Sir John SINGLETON COPLEY, Knt. Attorney General.
Sir CHARLES WETHERELL, Knt. Solicitor General.

CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED

IN THE

Court of Chancery,

COMMENCING IN THE

SITTINGS BEFORE MICHAELMAS TERM, 6 GEO. IV.

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PURDEW 0. JACKSON.

Nov. Dec. 1823.

sist of debts, or securities for money, and Feb. 1824. (1)

to stand possessed of the sums of money so A married woman having a vested interest

gotten in or produced by such sales, upon

the trusts therein mentioned. These trusts in a sum of stock, subject to the life interest of another person, joins with her husband in

were, to invest the monies in the purchase executing an assignment of the moiety of the

of equal parts of Reduced and Consolidated fund to a purchaser for a valuable considera

Three per Cent. Bank Annuities, and to

receive the dividends thereof as they tion : the husband afterwards dies before the

should become due, and to pay the same tenant for life :-Held, that the wife is entitled by survivorship to the whole fund, and

unto his (the testator's) daughter, Isabella that the purchaser cannot claim any part of Purdew, during her

life ; and

after the de

cease of Isabella Purdew, upon trust, to it against her.

pay the said interest, dividends, and annual Thomas Wigglesworth by his will, dated produce, to his (the testator's) grand-daughin 1783, after giving various legacies, and ter, Sarah M.Dougall, during her life ; and making various devises, gave and bequeath- after the decease of the survivor of them ed all the residue and remainder of all his Isabella Purdew and Sarah M.Dougall, estate and effects to John Clifford, John then, upon trust that they the trustees, or Jackson, and William Camplin, their exe- the survivors or survivor of them, or the cutors and administrators, upon trust, as executors or administrators of the survivor, soon as conveniently might be after his de- should stand possessed of the consolidated cease, to sell such parts of his said estate and reduced annuities, and the interest, and effects as should not consist of money, dividends, and annual produce thereof from and to get in such parts of it as should con- time to time, as the same should become

payable, in trust, for all and every the child (1) The Editor was unable to give this case in its and children of Sarah M'Dougall; if more proper volume, and at its proper time, from accidental difficulties in procuring the briefs, and in obtain

than one, equally to be divided between ing an accurate note of the judgment of the late or amongst them, share and share alike : Master of the Rolls. But on account of the great

the share or shares of such child or chilpractical importance of the doctrine established in it,

dren as should be a daughter or daughters, after solemn argument, and long deliberation, by that most able judge, Sir Thomas Plumer, he thinks he

to be paid, assigned, or transferred to her cannot do better than place it at the commencement or them respectively, as and when she or of this year's volume.

they respectively should attain the age of Vol. IV. CHANC.

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