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The following decisions in Volume II. of the English Reports were considered in cases reported when it was too late to notice them in their proper places :- Booth v. Warrington (4 Bro. P. C. 163); considered in In re M-Callum v. M'Callum, (1901) 1 Ch. 154. Bateman v. Murray (5 Bro. P. C. 20); discussed in Hussey v. Domville, (1900) 1 I. R. 417. Wilson v. Tooker (5 Bro. P. C. 193); considered in De Verges v. Sandeman, Clark & Co., 1901, 70 L. J. Ch. 47.
Each of the volumes of Dow's Appeal Cases is prefaced with a list of the Chief Judges of Courts of original jurisdiction, from which Appeals and Writs of Error lay directly to the House of Lords, during the period that the volume covers. It has been thought advisable to reproduce these lists in substance at the end of the list of Lord Chancellors which is inserted at the commencement of the present volume.