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1874 C78/, no. []
1874 14 Jan Robert Holmes the elder since deceased v. Henry Cotton; Benjamin Cotton since deceased; Edmund Hay Currie; The Reverend Arthur Benjamin Cotton; William Woolaton; Alfred Moore Vosper; John Blott; Richard Martin; William Crosbie; Thomas Cary; John Johnson; Mary Kingston; Charles Hassey; David McIntosh; Benjamin Wharton Nind; and Thomas Dyke Goodlad C78/2243, no. 16 [2]
1874 14 Jan Robert Holmes the elder since deceased v. Henry Cotton; Benjamin Cotton since deceased; Edmund Hay Currie; The Reverend Arthur Benjamin Cotton; William Woolaton; Alfred Moore Vosper; John Blott; Richard Martin; William Crosbie; Thomas Cary; John Johnson; Mary Kingston; Charles Hassey; David McIntosh; Benjamin Wharton Nind; and Thomas Dyke Goodlad C78/2243, no. 17 [3]
1874 15 Jan The Right Honorable Edward George baron Howard of Glossop; The Right Honorable Charles George earl of Gainsborough; The Honorable Edmund Bernard Fitzalan Howard an infant by the Most Noble Henry duke of Norfolk his brother and next friend; and The Honorable Francis Edward Fitzalan Howard an infant by the said Edward George baron Howard of Glossop his father and next friend v. the Right Honorable Charles John earl of Shrewsbury and Earl Talbot John Gilbert Talbot; and Alfred Charles Duncombe C78/2242, no. 2 [4]
1874 17 Jan Harriet Idea Burran spinster an infant by Abraham Brown her next friend v. David Durran; Benjamin dobbins; and George Brown C78/2241, no. 7 [5]
1874 17 Jan Alexander Dancer of Fulham, Middx, nurseryman v. The Attorney General C78/2243, no. 3 [6]
1874 22 Jan Sir Henry Meux baronet a person of unsound mind by the Right Honorable Ernest Augustus Charles Brudenell Bruce called Lord Ernest Bruce and the Honorable Arthur de Vere Capel called viscount Malden; the Committees of his estate the said Lord Ernest Bruce and viscount Malden; Sir Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks baronet; and Richard Berridge v. James Allen since dismissed; Henry Jacobs; John Checketts; and Robert Walton Feast since dismissed C78/2241, no. 14 [7]
1874 24 Jan William George Skinner and John Skinner v. Charles Addison and Julius Calisher C78/2242, no. 8 [8]
1874 24 Jan In the matter of an Act of 56 George III entitled An Act to authorize transferring Stock upon which dividends shall remain unclaimed etc., and of An Act of 8-9 Victoria entitled An Act to make further provision for stock and dividends unclaimed and of an Act of 9-10 Victoria entitled An Act to make further provision as to unclaimed stock and dividends of the South Sea Company and of an Act of 16-17 Victoria entitled An Act for redeeming and computing the annuity to the South Sea Company etc in relation to the will of John May formerly of Fleet Street, London but late of Wheeler Street Christchurch, Spitalfields, Middx C78/2242, no. 16 [9]
1874 26 Jan Sarah Marshall widow v. Henry Edward Basham Marshall; Charles Bentfield; and John Rawlinson Ford C78/2243, no. 18 [10]
1874 30 Jan Mary Ann Drew the wife of the defendant Robert Drew by Edmund Rowley her next friend; Susanna Gilman Drew; and Mary Ann Odell Drew respectively infants by the said Edmund Rowley their next friend; and Thomas Edward Rowley v. Robert Drew; William Lockett; Benjamin Acres; Joseph Woodward; The Sovereign Life Assurance Company; and Henry Devereux Davenport C78/2242, no. 9 [11]
1874 30 Jan Jane Edith Hastie; Annie Mabel Gardner Hastie; James Archibald Hastie; John Giles Dandy Hastie; Percy Ronald Stewart Hastie; Ethel Florence Hastie; Eliza Caroline Augusta Hastie; Ada Gertrude Hastie; and Evelyn Hastie all infants by Frederic Brown their next friend v. John Giles Pilcher; Robert Warton; William Henry Warton; Jane Pilcher; Henry Warton Pilcher; Matthew Pilcher; James Hastie; and Frederic William Rowlatt C78/2242, no. 17 [12]
1874 30 Jan William Stanford Halford of Harborne Staff, gentleman v. Matilda Charlotte Ross; Anna Maria Luckock; and Alice Barber In the matter of An Act of 18-19 Victoria entitled An Act for vesting the freehold and leasehold estated comprised in the residuary gifts in the will of Joseph Halford esq on trustees with power to sell exchange and lease the same and to purchase other lands to be resettled conformably to such residuary gifts C78/2243, no. 19 [13]
1874 9 Feb William Meyrick and William Stephenson Meyrick v. Edward Lawes; Lewis Mathias; and Thomas Meyrick Chareton C78/2242, no. 18 [14]
1874 10 Feb Henry Gruning; John Edwards; Joseph Hirst; Charles James Andrewes; and Henry George Ashhurst v. Richard Smethurst the younger; Ann Mary Smethurst; Richard Clement Smethurst; Ann Joanna Amelia Smethurst; Florence Augusta Smethurst; and Ernest Arthur Smethurst; Albert Lonesdale Smethurst; and James Mellor Russell Smethurst respectively infants; and Richard Smethurst and Augustus William Smethurst C78/2242, no. 19 [15]
1874 10 Feb Arthur Cheese v. James Pugh and John Pugh C78/2243, no. 7 [16]
1874 10 Feb George Gerrard Martin v. Elizabeth Cunningham spinster; Samuel Pocock; William Watson out of the jurisdiction; Robert Bragg; and George Cordwell C78/2246, no. 9 [17]
1874 12 Feb John Henry Dixon v. Thomas Robert Hay Fisken C78/2242, no. 3 [18]
1874 13 Feb Sarah Ann Ollerenshaw then deceased and Elizabeth Ollerenshaw an infant by the said Sarah Ann Ollenenshaw her mother v. Samuel Harrop and james Brooke then deceased C78/2241, no. 18 [19]
1874 18 Feb The North Eastern Railway Company in substitution for The West Hartlepool Harbour and Railway Company v. Ralph Ward Jackson C78/2243, no. 10 [20]
1874 19 Feb Joseph Slack v. Richard Stott and William Stott C78/2242, no. 10 [21]
1874 19 Feb William Clark v. Patrick Adie C78/2242, no. 11 [22]
1874 20 Feb Patrick Adie v. William Clark C78/2244, no. 15 [23]
1874 21 Feb Thomas Willson v. William Mayn deceased; James Horton; and William Gregory C78/2243, no. 11 [24]
1874 21 Feb William Slark and Benjamin Barlow v. John Rendle and James Slark C78/2245, no. 6 [25]
1874 23 Feb John Robinson McClean and George Elliot v. Howard John Kennard; Edward Kennard; and William Bunce Greenfield C78/2242, no. 20 [26]
1874 25 Feb Rebecca Harris widow v. Richard Came & Sarah his wife; and Richard Adolphus Came C78/2243, no. 4 [27]
1874 26 Feb Henry Baker v. James Jones Hooker; Thomas Clarke & Mary Ann his wife; and Charles Abbott & Emily his wife; and Eliza Ann Hooker; and Emily Hooker infants C78/2242, no. 12 [28]
1874 3 March Jenison Edwards & Mary Osborn his wife v. The Honorable Augustus Brooke Warden; Augustus Fortunatus Bellasis; The Honorbale Henry Pendock Saint George Tucker; The Honorable Henry Newton William Wedderburn; and The Secretary of State in Council C78/2244, no. 16 [29]
1874 4 March William Gray v. Richard Copeland Denton C78/2243, no. 5 [30]
1874 4 March William Rawnsley v. Joseph Collingwood and Samuel Clifford C78/2243, no. 12 [31]
1874 10 March The Company of Proprietors of the Wilts and Berks Canal Navigation v. The Swindon Water Works Company Limited and John Marcus Watts C78/2243, no. 13 [32]
1874 12 March In the matter of the Companies Act 1862 and 1867 in relation to Cagliari Mining Company Limited C78/2243, no. 6 [33]
1874 14 March John Robinson; Robert Davies Pryce; Joseph Davies; Edward Morris; and Sarah Fisher since deceased and George Owen on behalf of themselves and other holders of debentures issued the Newton and Machynlleth Railway Company under the provision of the Newtown and Machynlleth Railway Act 1857 v. The Cambrian Railways Company; Geore Lewis; Henry Gartside; samuel Salter; Ann Fisher; Thomas Breese; Ann Warburton; Owen Hugh Williams Kyffin; The Reverend David Davies clerk; Thomas Robinson; John Croft; John Smout; William Fisher; Ann Pugh; Edward Jones; and Frederick Adolphus Fynney AND Griffith Jones and Stephen Robinson on behalf of themselves and other holders of Machynalleth No. 2 Preference Capital and Machynlleth No. 1 Preference Capital being part of the capital of the defendants the Cambrian Railways Company v. The Cambrian Railways Company; The Right Honorable The Earl Vane; James Bancroft; Robert Davies Pryce; David Williams; Jasper Wilson; John Henry Gartside; Henry Tootal; David Davies; George Lewis; John George William Bonsall; John Robinson; Joseph Davies; Edward Morris; Sarah Fisher spinster since deceased; George Owen; Samuel Salter; Ann Fisher; Thomas Breese; Ann Warburton; Owen Hugh William Kyffin; The Reverend David Davies clerk; Thomas Robinson; John Croft; John Smout; William Fisher; Ann Pugh; Edward Jones; and Frederick Adolphus Fynney C78/2246, no. 4 [34]
1874 16 March Charles Shand; Alexander Shand; and Ralph Abram Robinson v. James Du Buisson since dismissed; John Cleverley since dismissed; Paolacoora Sarahiah Chetty and Benjamin Brooks C78/2242, no. 13 [35]
1874 18 March William Littlefield v. John Thomas Plomer; William Aeneas Seyo; and James Dodington Carmichael & Teresa Ann his wife C78/2246, no. 10 [36]
1874 18 April William Slark; John RTendle; and James Slark v. Eliza Slark the wife of the plaintiff William Slark; Emily Laura Slark; and Katherine Slark; William Slark; Percy William Slark; and Maud Florence Slark all infants; Anna Maria Dakyns widow; Walter Ingalram Balfour Ogilvy & Amy his wife; William Lort Mansell; Horsley Dakyns; Emily Anne Cope widow; Walter Cope; Louis Cope; Frank Cope; Hugh Stonehewer Bird & Ellen Mary his wife; William Stonehewer Bird; and Mary Stonehewer Bird; Katherine Stonehewer Bird; and Frank Stonehewer Bird all infants; Robert Newberry Cobbett & Louisa Laura his wife; Charles Cobbett; and Percy Cobbett; Ethel Cobbett; and Eleanor Cobbett all infants; Francis Cope & Florence Yelverton his wife; Godrey Louis Cope; Ida Phillipina Clara Antonia Elise Cope; Constanze Catherina Clementina Yelverton cope; Carl Edward Hubert Maria Cope; and Mabel Agnes Blanche Ella Louise Cope; and Cecil Thomas Ernest Cope C78/2245, no. 7 [37]
1874 21 April Joseph Bennett Howell v. Edward Rigge Lloy; Samuel Lloyd; Joseph Howard Sampson; Smauel Lloyd the younger; and Henry Howard C78/2243, no. 20 [38]
1874 21 April Arthur Fleming Stack Payne & Helling Louisa his wife v. William Hole Evens and Martha Augusta Feed C78/2244, no. 7 [39]
1874 1 May Isaac Whitehouse and James Whitehouse v. James Horton C78/2243, no. 8 [40]
1874 8 May George Nalborough v. Henry Mason Jackaman; Henry May Burton; and Elizabeth Sarah Wright since deceased; and George Waights respectively infants; and Charles Thomas Waights; and The Reverend Arthur Job Wallace C78/2243, no. 21 [41]
1874 8 May William Ferneley Allen; John Ralph Engledue; George Macnair; and David Chadwick In the matter of the Companies Act 1862 and 1867 in relation to The Bank of Hindustan, China, and Japan Limited C78/2244, no. 1 [42]
1874 26 May Arthur Proctor Pickering v. Albert Ager C78/2244, no. 8 [43]
1874 26 May Jenison Edwards & Mary Osborn his wife v. The Honorable Augustus Brooke Warden; Augustus Fortunatus Bellasis; The Honorbale Henry Pendock Saint George Tucker; The Honorable Henry Newton William Wedderburn; and The Secretary of State in Council C78/2244, no. 17 [44]
1874 26 May William Griffin; Philip Owen; and Henry Cottrell v. George Chick C78/2246, no. 11 [45]
1874 27 May William Jackson v. The Brighton Aquarium Comany; George Somes; Lord William Pitt Lennox; Francis Francis William Stevens; Michael Alfred Reed; and Eugenius Birch C78/2244, no. 2 [46]
1874 29 May Robert Henley the younger of Clane, Wilts; Thomas Harris of the same place; Henry Weaver of Devizes, Wilts; and John Turton Wooley of Finch Lane, London esqs, the chairman and three of the directors of the Clane Railway Company In the matter of the Companies Act 1967 in relation to the Clane Railway Company C78/2243, no. 9 [47]
1874 1 June David McBirney of no. 17 Aston Quay, Dublin, esq; William Fletcher God of Mantagu Square, Middx, a majoy in Her Majesty's Army; and Frederick William Smith of Finchley, Middx, three of the directors of The Navan and King's Court Railway In the matter of the Companies Act 1867 in relation to The Navan and King's Court Railway: a purported scheme of arrangement. C78/2244, no. 3 [48]
1874 3 June Sophia Sutton; Edward Sutton; and Henry Sutton v. Thomas Cullen C78/2244, no. 9 [49]
1874 4 June Mary Norris v. Henry Joseph Barber; Sarah Clewin Graeff; And Alfred Graeff Barber C78/2244, no. 4 [50]
1874 9 June William Youde & Susannah Lucretia Youde his wife v. George Cloud since deceased and George Cloud and Thomas Amelius Cloud C78/2244, no. 10 [51]
1874 12 June Thomas Strong v. William Bird C78/2245, no. 8 [52]
1874 12 June Joseph Chaning Pearce v. The London Tramways Company Limited C78/2245, no. 9 [53]
1874 19 June Charles Tomkins and John Bland v. The City Offices Company Limited C78/2250, no. 6 [54]
1874 22 June Charles Strand; Alexander Strand; and Ralph Abram Robinson v. James DuBuisson since dismissed; John Cleverley since dismissed; Poolacoora Sarabiah Chetty and Benjamin Brooks C78/2245, no. 10 [55]
1874 23 June Eugene Andre Outin & Rosa de Torres his wife v. William Heathcote a lunatic by inquisition and Thomas Aviolet the committee of his estate since deceased; John Heathcote; Gilbert the then present committee of said estate (made a party by order of revivor), and Alfred de Santa Croce and Evelina de Santa Croce both out of the jurisdiction C78/2245, no. 11 [56]
1874 24 June Gerard Noel Hoare v. Isabella Elisabeth hoare widow; Charles Twysden Hoare; Stafford O'Brien Hoare; William Hoare; and William James Ford C78/2246, no. 12 [57]
1874 2 July William Elworthy and Henry Elworthy v. Robert Ingpen and John Gay C78/2245, no. 1 [58]
1874 2 July Sir William John Codrington of no. 110 Eaton Square, Middx G.C.B. v. Sir Henry John Codrington K.C.B.; Anne Jane Codrington; and Ellen Codrington C78/2245, no. 2 [59]
1874 6 July Cecil Harrington Darley v. Thomas Entwisle; Robert George Frost; Edward Frost; George Francis Fisher; William Fowden Simpson; and John Greenhalgh C78/2244, no. 18 [60]
1874 6 July James Wood Aston v. Sarah Wood; George Swinford Wood; Sir Thomas Gibbons Frost Knight & Mary Anne his wife; and Albert Wood C78/2245, no. 16 [61]
1874 6 July Martha Hooper the wife of William Henry Hooper by Henry Johns her next friend and the said William Henry Hooper v. Frederick Bertram Smart; Charles Lee Nichols; George Horatio Brand & Mary Christiana Louisa his wife; and Samuel Slater C78/2246, no. 13 [62]
1874 7 July James Battisdon and Joseph Buckton v. Mary Hobson widow since deceased; William Hobson; Maria Hobson widow; Frank White Barr; William Wright; James Galloway Metcalfe & Fanny Metcalfe his wife; Florence Mary Metcalfe; Edith Metcalfe; Kate Metcalfe; Minnie Gertrude Metcalfe; Leonard Hobson Metcalfe since deceased; James Mordaunt Buckley & Mary Buckley his wife; Frederick William Metcalfe; Amy Metcalfe; Clara Metcalfe; Hugh Percival Metcalfe; and Leonard Hobson Buckley C78/2249, no. 3 [63]
1874 8 July The Republic of Liberia v. The Imperial Bank Limited; David Chinnery; William Spencer Anderson out of the jurisdiction; Henry Washington Johnson out of the jurisdiction; Edward Williams; Henry Stavely King; Robert Fitzroy Holderness; George Nott; John Browne Hardwicke; Edward Farrow Roye; John Manstedler Lewis out of the jurisdiction; Edward Parry; William Lovell; and the Commercial Bank of Liverpool C78/2246, no. 14 [64]
1874 10 July Stephen Hickson v. Halford Wotton Hewitt C78/2244, no. 5 [65]
1874 10 July Marianne Thornton v. Henrietta Synnot; Mary Synnot; George Johnson; Augustus Charles Johnson; The Venerable Benjamin Harrison; The Reverend Thomas Lingard Green; and the Reverend William Frederick Green C78/2244, no. 11 [66]
1874 14 July John Trist Bailey v. Robert Frederick Piper and Charles Augustus Piper C78/2245, no. 3 [67]
1874 15 July Thomas Mason Pretious v. Felxi William Spiers and Christopher Pond C78/2245, no. 12 [68]
1874 17 July Isaac Holden of Oakworth House, Keighley, West Riding of Yorkshire, esq, chairman of the Board of Directors of the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway Company and Jonathan Nowell Craven of Highthorne House, Prish of Huntingdon near York in the West Riding, esq; Micahel Merrall of Law House, Haworth, West Riding, esq; Robert Newsholme Sugden of Dockroyd in Keighley, West Riding, esq; Alfred Illingworth of Bradford, West Riding, esq; and Angus Holden of the Woodlands in Bradford, esq: five of the other six directors of the company In the matter of the Railway Companies Act 1867 in relation to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway Company: a purported scheme of arrangement C78/2245, no. 14 [69]
1874 18 July Maria Conington wife of the defendant Henry Francis conington by Hubert Adkin Gilliat her next friend v. William Hungerford; Holdich Adkin; Jollands Gilliat; Henry Francis Conington; and Collinson Hall C78/2245, no. 4 [70]
1874 24 July Gerard Noel Hoare v. Isabella Elisabeth hoare widow; Charles Twysden Hoare; Stafford O'Brien Hoare; William Hoare; and William James Ford C78/2246, no. 15 [71]
1874 24 July Charles Tennant v. John Trenchard Trenchard; Margaret Tennant; Frances Carre widow; Thomas Edward Jennings; John Harvey & Ann Janes his wife; Eleanor Margaret Tennant; William Govett Romain & Frances Rabe his wife; Thomas Boone; Everett Tennant; Phillippa Mary Tennant; Charles Henry Tennant; Elizabeth Alice Tennant; Arabella Gertrude Jackson Tennant; John Trenchard Tennant; Gertrude Barbara Rich Tennant the wife of the plaintiff; George Tennant Carre; Francis William Carre; and Beatrice Susan Audley; Harvey John Edmund Audley; Henry William Cohn Campbell Romaine; Claude Cambrdige Tennant; Jocelyn Harvey Tennant; Henry Lancelot Tennant; and Syria Eleanor Auleyo Tennant (the seven last named defendants all infants by the siad defendnat John Harvey their guardian; Alice Tennant; Charles Coomb Tennant; Dorothy Tennant; and Evelyn Tennant (the four last named defendants all infants by Charles Hamilton their guardian) and Henry Chate Carre; Edith Gertrude Adelaide Carre; and Arthur Augustus Carre all infants by the said defendant Margaret Tennant their guardian AND Charles Tennant v. Augusta Gabrielle Eden Romaine infant by the said John Harvey her guardian and George Boughton Hume and John Proctor Bird C78/2250, no. 7 [72]
1874 27 July Caroline Sophia De Serre v. The Reverend Thomas Joseph Clarke; The Reverend Claude Smith Bird; William Bird; George Turner; and the Reverend William Browning Turner C78/2245, no. 5 [73]
1874 30 July Thomas Etheridge Harper In the matter of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 and of a question of disputed compensation between the Great Eastern Railway Company and Thomas Etheridge Harper of 23 Rood Lane, London, gentleman C78/2246, no. 16 [74]
1874 30 July Richard Lovelace Homer Mole v. James Whitchurch and William Henry Witherby C78/2246, no. 17 [75]
1874 30 July The Birkenhead Amalgamated Brewery Company Limited v. Henry Kelsall Aspinall C78/2252, no. 11 [76]
1874 1 Aug Frances Mary Ann Dowling widow and Reginald Blewett Dowling v. The Pontypool Caerleon and Newport Railway Company and Arthur Currey C78/2245, no. 20 [77]
1874 4 Aug Thomas Simcox v. Ann Elizabeth Parker widow; Matthias Yardley; Haratio Southall; Joseph Marston Parker; Sampson Samuel Lloyd; Thomas Lloyd; and George Braithwait Lloyd C78/2246, no. 5 [78]
1874 4 Nov John House v. Mary House spinster; Thomas Kettle Burgess; and Betsey Way his wife; Thomas Hammond House; Frederick James House; Edward Sampson House; Emma House widow; and Mary Muston Garland House widow C78/2247, no. 1 [79]
1874 4 Nov Henry Houldsworth Grierson and Sir Eustace Fitzmaurice Piers bart v. The Cheshire Lines Committee C78/2247, no. 2 [80]
1874 9 Nov Elizabeth Coles spinster v. John Pilkington C78/2245, no. 21 [81]
1874 13 Nov John Collins v. William George Slade C78/2245, no. 15 [82]
1874 16 Nov Richard Morris v. George William Morris and John Dalton Holmes In the matter of the estate of Thomas Arthur Morris formerly of Stainton, Lincs but late of Doncaster, Yorks, merchant deceased C78/2247, no. 3 [83]
1874 17 Nov Martha Hunter the wife of Michael Hunter the younger by John Henry Hunter her son and next friend; and the said John Henry Hunter; and Michael Joseph Hunter; and Charles Stephen Hunter two infants by the said John Henry Hunter their brother and next friend v. Thomas Buxton Hawksworth and Michael Hunter the younger C78/2247, no. 4 [84]
1874 20 Nov The Isle of Wight Oyster Fishery Company Limited; Hugh Colin Smith; Cornwall Simeon; and Robert Few C78/2245, no. 13 [85]
1874 24 Nov The Commissioners of Sewers of the City of London on behalf of themselves and other owners and occupiers of lands and tenements lying within the forest of Essex in Essex alias Waltham Forest or Epping Forest other than the waste lands of the said forest except such of them as were defendants v. William Bulkeley Glasse; Andreu Alfred Collyer; Briston Thomas Humphreys; John Pardoe; Frances Evelyn Maynard; Edward Warner since deceased; Robert Boothby Heathcote; Richard Hodgson since deceased; The Reverend Thomas Mills clerk; Charles Druce; James Mills; Charles William Hamilton Sotheby; John Whitaker Maitland; Robert Westley Hall Dare; George Wythes; The Attorney General; Sir Herewald Wake baronet; John Manby; Colegrave; Chamberlayn Hickman Lake; John Williams; and Jane Hodgson C78/2251, no. 7 [86]
1874 28 Nov Sophia Lydia Walters spinster then an infant but now of full age and Charlotte Frances Walters spinster an infant by Charles Greenwood their next friend v. James Frederick Symonds; Henry Davis Poole; and Elizabeth Walters widow C78/2247, no. 23 [87]
1874 3 Dec Robert Winter Sprague v. William White Sprague C78/2246, no. 6 [88]
1874 7 Dec Hannah Louisa Wood wife of the defendant Henry Wood by Alfred Goodall her next friend v. Henry Wood; Samuel Goodal; and Jo Shoesmith C78/2248, no. 8 [89]
1874 7 Dec Henry Wood v. Hannah Louisa Wood wife of the plaintiff; Joseph Wood junior; Samuel Goodall; Jo Shoesmith; and William Foster C78/2248, no. 9 [90]
1874 9 Dec Frances Steward Wildes; Anna Wildes; Emma Wildes; Julia Wildes; and Mary Wildes v. John Noble Dudlow; Henry Dudlow Wildes; and Anne Catherine Dudlow C78/2246, no. 7 [91]
1874 10 Dec The Cadiz Water Works Company Limited v. Edward William Barnett and Henry Gale C78/2245, no. 17 [92]
1874 11 Dec Benjamin Scott of Guildhall, London, esq, chamberlain of the said city; Robert Burn (called Robert Bevon the elder of High Street Epsom, Surrey, ironmonger); Robert Burn (called Robert Bevon the younger of High Street Epson, Surrey, ironmonger); William harsent of Epsom, Surrey, chemist; John Carvell Williams of Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street, London, gentleman; A. B. Richardson of Surbiton, Surrey, linen draper; John Carr Sharpe of Croydon, Surrey, gentleman; and William Beere of Leadenhall Street, London, ship broker: the trustees for the time being of the "Ewell Congregational Chapel" In the matter of the Trustee Relief Act in relation to the trusts of the settlement dated 20 July 1853 in contemplation of the marriage of the late Thomas Kitchen & Anne his wife C78/2247, no. 13 [93]
1874 12 Dec In the matter of the Companies Act 1862 in relation to Charles Laffitte and Company Limited C78/2247, no. 5 [94]
1874 14 Dec Esther Butler wife of the defendant Alexander Butler by Edward Butler her next friend v. Samuel Francis Prockter; Henry John Bliss; Henry Bliss; and Alexander Butler C78/2246, no. 1 [95]
1874 17 Dec Frederick Francis James Morrice v. George Edward Aylmer C78/2247, no. 6 [96]
1874 19 Dec Varderre Rafael In the matter of an act of 10-11 Victoria for better securing trust funds and for the relief of trustees in relation to a legacy of 4,000 tamans (persian money) and of a further legacy of £6,000 bequeated by the will of Charles Alison esq to Vartinee Rafael otherwise Vartinee daughter of Miriam C78/2245, no. 18 [97]
1874 21 Dec Ralph Todd v. John Moorhouse; Thomas Brind; Johann Christian Reinhardt the elder; Rachel Reinhardt; and Johan Christian Reinhardt the younger; William Tindal Reinhardt; Walter Hope Reinhardt; Albert Ernest Reinhardt; Arthur Hope Reinhardt; Charles Emanuel Reinhardt; Alexander Stanhope Reinhardt; and Emily Florence Reinhardt infants; and William Liptrott Robbins; Mary Ann Robbins the elder; and Ralph Robbins; Hannah Todd Robbins; Mary Ann Robbins the younger; Irene Mary Robbins; Eleanor Robbins; and Ada Robbins infants; and Catherine Banks; and George Banks; Hannah Banks; Caroline Banks; Charlotte Banks; Louisa Banks; Jane Banks; Charlotte Foster Banks; William Banks; and Charles Edward Banks infants; and John Unthank C78/2246, no. 8 [98]
1874 21 Dec Ashfield Church Hope v. The New Russia Company Limited; John Hughes Alphonse Chabord; Eugene Zigewitz when he come within the jurisdiction; and Sir Daniel Gooch baronet then dismissed C78/2247, no. 14 [99]
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