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The Times, 15 April, 1853
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL.
April 124.
(Before : Lord Justice Knight Bruce, Lord Justice Turner, Dr. Lushington, and Sir E. Ryan.)
TURNER AND OTHERS v. COX AND OTHERS.
  This was an appeal from the Court of Chancery of the island of Barbadoes. The case arose out of a dispute as to who possessed priority of claim on the assets of the late Mr. Sharp, of Barbadoes. The Master having made a report on the subject, exceptions were taken to it, which the Court overruled, and against that decision the present appeal was prosecuted. The details were wholly uninteresting to the general reader.
   Mr. Rolt and Mr. Price having been heard for the appellants, and Mr. Lloyd and Mr. W. H. Clarke for the respondents,
  Their Lordships dismissed the appeal with costs.

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