C78 1877

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1877 C78/, no. []
1877 5 May The Reverend John Stuart Marriner v. The Bishop of Bath and Wells Case from the Court of Arches: Institution to the vicarage of Marston Magna, Som. C78/2253, no. 1 [2]
1877 26 June Sir Richard Green Price of Norton Manor, Radnor, baronet; Stephen Robinson of Lynhales, Heref, esq; Charles William Greenly of Titley Court, Titley, Heref, esq; and Edward Howorth Greenly of Titley aforesaid, esq, being four of the directors of the Kingston and Eardisley Railway Company In the matter of the Railway Companies Act 1867 in relation to the Kingston and Eardisley Railway Company: a purported scheme of arrangement C78/2252, no. 18 [3]
1877 12 Nov Arthur Burch v. Exemplification of a case from the Court of Arches v. The Reverend John Reid C78/2252, no. 19 [4]
1877 14 Nov William Roscoe Scowcroft; Baxter Scowcroft; Jethro Scowcroft; and Thomas Southworth v. Rowland Taylor and Edmund Grundy C78/2252, no. 20 [5]
1877 6 Dec In the matter of the Companies Act 1862 and 1867 in relation to The Davis Maesteg Merthyr Colliery Company Limited C78/2252, no. 21 [6]
1877 Alexander Young of 17 Tokenhouse Yard, London, esq; William McAndrew of 2 Bond Court, London, esq; Samuel Boteler Bristowe of 2 Paper Buildings Temple, London one of her Majesty's Counsel and member of Parliament; Thomas Collette Sandars of 46 Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, Middx, barrister at Law; and Sir Thomas Dakin of Cree Church Lane, London, knight and alderman of London, being the directors of the Neath and Brecon Railway Company In the matter of the Railway Companies Act 1867 in relation to the Neath and Brecon Railway Company: a purported scheme of arrangement C78/, no. [7]