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Not more than two or three volumes per year will be required. Owing to the number of cases included in the present volume it was found impracticable to include those in the House of Lords and the Privy Council but they will be given in the next. The present series will also contain all the cases of value here reported in the Weekly Reporter, the Law Times Reporter, the Law Journal Reports and Cox's Criminal Cases not included in the regular Reports. The cases therein during the period covered by the present volume will be given in the next. As two of these are published weekly and give cases much in advance of the regular reports, it not unfrequently happens that the opinion on the reversal of a case is published in them before that of the court below in the regular reports. The reporting in the present series, of cases reversed, will thus frequently be avoided.
It will readily be seen that these Series will possess an advantage over any one of the English.
Brief references to American cases of a character kindred to those reported will be given.
The marginal paging of the original English Report is retained, and it is suggested that in citations, in order at once to show the Court, it be also used, thus:
Head v. Tattersall, 1 Eng. Rep., 140, L. R., 7 Exch., 7.
NATHANIEL C. MOAK.
ALBANY, July 1872.
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403 Van Oppen ads. Newby,.....
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Walters ads. Hunter,
Ward ads. Woolverhampton Waterworks,.
West Cheshire Railway ads. Green 546 Whittaker ads. Fell,.. Willis ads. Radford,. Wilson vs. Hodson,.. Wilson vs. Newberry, Wilson ads. Sleeman,. Woolverhampton Waterworks ads. Ward, 60 Wynne, matter of,
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