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pressing two into one throughout, but the whole of the original reports will be found entire.
At the head of every case is given the original volume and paging which it occupies in the English edition; and in all references from one case to another in the volumes this paging has been retained. In the present edition the tables of cases and indexes of two volumes of former editions have been merged into one, so as to lessen the trouble of referring to each separately.
The plan thus adopted will save much confusion and labour in all future citations and references to this edition; while references to former editions are at the same time indicated by the retention of the original paging and volumes at the head of each case.
G. M. W.
PHILADELPHIA, October, 1845.
In compliance with a desire very generally expressed by the Profession, the TERM REPORTS will in future be published in Octavo. And as the Author has been deprived of the assistance of his valuable and much respected Colleague, with whom his labours have been so long shared, he deems it proper to commence a New Series, of which these Reports will constitute the First Part.
ADELPHI TERRACE, Michaelmas Term, 1800.
COURT OF KING'S BENCH,
DURING THE PERIOD OF THESE REPORTS.
Lloyd Lord Kenyon, Lord Chief Justice; succeeded by
EDWARD Lord ELLENBOROUGH, Lord Chief Justice. Sir Nash GROSE, Kn't. Sir SOULDEN LAWRENCE, Kn't. Sir Simon Le Blanc, Kn't.