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Decisions of the Superior Courts of New South Wales, 1788-1899

Subject index, A-C

A

abatement of nuisance Bignal v. Cooper, 1828; R. v. Macarthur, 1828; Shannon v. Turner, 1831; Sempill v. Lethbridge, 1833

abduction, civil action for Degotardi v. Kemsley, 1878

Aboriginal defendant R. v. Mow-watty, 1816; R. v. Hatherly and Jackie, 1822; R. v. Foley, 1824; R. v. Devil Devil, 1825; Aboriginal Defendant, 1827; R. v. Binge Mhulto, 1828; R. v. Boatman or Jackass and Bulleye, 1832; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Long Dick, Jack Jones, Abraham, and Gibber Paddy, 1835; R. v. Monkey and others, 1835; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836; R. v. Wombarty, 1837; R. v. Long Jack, 1838; R. v. Pretty Boy and others, 1838; R. v.Frank, 1838; R. v. Sandy, 1839; R. v. Young, 1839; R. v. Billy, 1840; R v. Dundomah, 1840; R. v. Tallboy, 1840; R. v. Merridio, 1841; R. v. Smith, 1841; R. v. Wellington and Frying-pan, 1842; R. v. Jacky, 1843; R. v. Tommy, 1844; R. v. Kirrup, 1845; Aboriginal trials, 1848 (W.A.); Aboriginal trials, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Boynjat, Wobut and others, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Paul Paul, 1850; R. v. Jacky and Jemmy, 1851; R. v. Make-i-light, 1851; R. v. Bumbarrowa, 1852; R. v. Maria, 1852; R. v. Mickaloi, 1852; R. v. Perriha and Durrugguree, 1852; R. v. Tinkabed, 1852; R. v. Bull and Billy, 1853; R. v. Davy, 1853; R. v. Billy, 1854; R. v. Davy, 1854; R. v. Dundalli, 1854; R. v. Sippy, 1854; R. v. Bedong and Johnny, 1857; R. v. Bobby and Login, 1858 (Vic.); R. v. Dicky, 1858; R. v. Jackey, 1858; R. v. Jimmy, 1858; R. v. Johnny, 1858; R. v. Billy, 1859; R. v. Dick and Chamery, 1859; R. v. Fisherman, 1859; R. v. Peter, 1860 (Vic.); R. v. Charlie, 1866; R. v. Ryan, 1890; R. v. Jack, 1894; Ex parte Cole, 1898; R. v. Jimmy Governor, 1900

Aboriginal defendant, execution R. v. Tommy, 1827; R. v. Broger, 1830; R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835

Aboriginal defendant, offence against another Aborigine R. v. Ballard or Barrett, 1829; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836;R. v. Bonjon, 1841; R. v. We-War, 1842 (W.A.); R. v. Ningollibin, 1845; Aboriginal trials, 1848 (W.A.); Aboriginal trials, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Boynjat, Wobut and others, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Paddy, 1876

Aboriginal defendant, self-defence of land R. v. Lego'me, 1835

Aboriginal evidence R. v. Hatherly and Jackie, 1822; R. v. Fitzpatrick and Colville, 1824; R. v. Miller, 1824; R. v. Parker and Donavan, 1829; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836; R. v. Wombarty, 1837; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838; R. v. Long Jack, 1838; R. v. Barclay, 1839; R. v. Hagan, 1839; R. v. Lamb, 1839;R. v. Billy, 1840; R v. Dundomah, 1840; R. v. Bolden, 1841; R. v. Tommy, 1844; R. v. Wagner and Fitzgerald, 1850; R. v. Paddy, 1876; Ex parte Cole, 1898

Aboriginal interpreters R. v. Mow-watty, 1816; R. v. Wombarty, 1837; R. v. Sandy, 1839; R. v. Tommy, 1844

Aboriginal land rights R. v. Lowe, 1827; R. v. Ballard or Barrett, 1829; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Steele, 1834; R. v. Lego'me, 1835; R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836; Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836; R. v. Jackey, 1837; R. v. Tommy, 1844

Aboriginal languages R. v. Wilson, 1814

Aboriginal law, recognition of R. v. Ballard or Barrett, 1829; R. v. Stewart, 1831; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836; R. v. Bonjon, 1841; R. v. We-War, 1842 (W.A.); R. v. Tommy, 1844

Aboriginal trackers R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Wardell and M'Kenna, 1825; R. v. Webb and Webb, 1825; R. v. Johnson, Jennings, and Carter, 1826; R. v. Worroll, 1827; R. v. Ryan, Steel, McGrath and Daley, 1832; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; R. v. Walker and Gore, 1836; R. v. Davis, 1839; R. v. Billy, 1840;R. v. Chubb, 1840; R v. Dundomah, 1840

Aborigines,"civilisation" of R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835

Aborigines, annual conference R. v. Boatman or Jackass and Bulleye, 1832

Aborigines, attacks on (and see Aborigines, killing of) R. v. Luttrell, 1810; R. v. Henshaw and Spears, 1818; R. v. Miller, 1824; R. v. Hall, 1837; R. v. Bolden, 1841; R. v. Goodwin and Connock, 1841; R. v. Jenkins and others, 1841; R. v. Guerrier, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Cairns and others, 1850

Aborigines, capacity to plead R. v. Jacky, 1843; R. v. Kirrup, 1845; R. v. Ningollibin, 1845

Aborigines, character of R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1828

Aborigines, civil action by Anonymous, 1811

Aborigines, cohabiting with R. v. Williams, 1797

Aborigines, help police R. v. Flannigan, 1838

Aborigines, interpreters R. v. Billy, 1840; R. v. Jacky, 1843; R. v. Kirrup, 1845

Aborigines, kidnapping of R. v. Brown, 1828

Aborigines, killing of (and see Aborigines, attacks on) R. v. Cooke, 1753 (Massachusetts); Murder of Native Boy, 1794; R. v. Hewitt, 1799; R. v. Powell, 1799; R. v. Kirby and Thompson, 1820; R. v. Hawker, 1822; R. v. Johnson, 1824; R. v. Johnston, Clarke, Nicholson, Castles, and Crear, 1824; R. v. Ridgway, Chip, Colthurst and Stanly, 1826; R. v. Jamieson, 1827; R. v. Lowe, 1827; R. v. Stanley, 1827; R. v. Brown, 1828; R. v. Ballard or Barrett, 1829; R. v. Stewart, 1831; R. v. Finney, 1833; R. v. Beane, 1835; R. v. Whitehead, 1837; R. v. Cook, 1838; R. v. Frank, 1838; R. v. Kilmeister (No. 1), 1838; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838; R. v. Long Jack, 1838; R. v. Saunders, 1838; R. v. Barclay, 1839; R. v. Lamb, 1839; R. v. Benson, 1840; R. v. Bonjon, 1841; R. v. Kelly, 1841; R. v. Bolden, 1841; R. v. Hill, 1843; R. v. We-War, 1842 (W.A.); R. v. Gurrier, 1847 (W.A.); Aboriginal trials, 1848 (W.A.); Aboriginal trials, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Boynjat, Wobut and others, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Jacky and Jemmy, 1851; R. v. Lee and Wilkinson, 1863 (W.A.)

Aborigines, killing of, insufficient evidence R. v. Millar and Bevan, 1797
 

Aborigines, legal representation R. v. Sandy, 1839; R v. Dundomah, 1840
 

Aborigines, legal status R. v. Stanley, 1827; R. v. Brown, 1828; R. v. Ballard or Barrett, 1829; R. v. Boatman or Jackass and Bulleye, 1832; R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838; R. v. Sandy, 1839; R. v. Billy, 1840; R v. Dundomah, 1840; R. v. Bonjon, 1841; R. v. Merridio, 1841; R. v. We-War, 1842 (W.A.); R. v. Tommy, 1844; R. v. Peter, 1860 (Vic.)

Aborigines, mens rea R. v. Boatman or Jackass and Bulleye, 1832

Aborigines, mission to Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836

Aborigines, Protectors of R. v. Bolden, 1841

Aborigines, reaction to squatting R. v. Sandy, 1839

Aborigines, religious conversion of R. v. Tommy, 1827

Aborigines, right to be on squatting run R. v. Bolden, 1841

Aborigines, stolen generations R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835

Aborigines, war with Europeans R. v. Sandy, 1839

abortion R. v. Kirkwood, 1837

absconding debtor (see also foreign attachment; imprisonment for debt, mesne process) R. v. Thorp, 1836; Roache v. Jones, 1836

accessory to offence (see also principal and accessory; approver; aiding and abetting) R. v. Hunter, 1816; R. v. Baxter and others, 1822; R. v. Poole and others, 1822; R. v. Hovell, 1824; R. v. Curtan and Ryan, 1826; R. v. Badderly and Howard, 1828; R. v. Morgan, 1828; R. v. White, Leary and Price, 1828; R. v. Mayne, 1839

accomplice (see approver)

accord and satisfaction Cullen v. Crawford, 1829

account of profits Eagar v. Hall, 1840

action on the case Raine v. Busby, 1829; Lord v. Connolly, 1851

administrative law Ex parte Wilson, Windeyer and Slade, 1834; In re Reynolds, 1841

Admiralty jurisdiction R. v. Firth and others, 1832; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835

admiralty, see also ship Bayly v. Cooper, 1809; R. v. Mitchell (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; R. v. Walton et al., 1827; Sims and Foster v. The Ship Cumberland, 1827; Schooner Darling, 1829; Geary v. Vivian, 1830; Noble v. Cotton, 1830; Cassim v. the Mary Ann, 1831; Wilson v. Grose, 1835; Wilson v. the Nimrod, 1838; Leslie v. Wilson, 1839; Macdonald and others v. the Governor Bourke, 1839; R. v. Blandford, 1841

admiralty, deviation Wilson v. Johnstone, 1829

admiralty, salvage Manning v. Grose, 1838

adultery (see also criminal conversation) Lewin v. Thomson, 1799; Hart v. Bowman, 1828; Mills v. Rowe, 1828; In re Canney, 1831; Grose v. Curtis, 1839

adultery, imprisonment for In re Harrison, 1833

adultery, stealing goods and R. v. Ryan, 1858

adverse possession, Crown land R. v. West, 1832

affidavits Ashcroft & Co. v. Bryant & Co., 1838; Atkinson v. Barton, 1842

agency Jamison v. Throsby, 1817; Coulson v. Reibey, 1825; Clayton v. Rowe, 1825; Thompson, Foreman and Son v. Raine, 1825; Dillon v. Browne, 1826; Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833; Terry v. Inglis, 1833; Farringdon v. Elder, 1834; Terry v. Brown, 1834; Brenand v. Catteral, 1835; Green v. Hanson, 1835;Simmons v. Westmacott, 1838; Keyes v. Smith, 1839; Cox v. Baptist, 1841; Walford v. Mann, 1841; Butler v. Hanson, 1842; Ennis v. Inglish, 1842; Johnston v. Roberts, 1857

agency, on station Warry v. Tooth, 1858

agency, power to execute deed Portus v. Macqueen, 1832

aiding and abetting R. v. Spratt and others, 1822; R. v. Halloran and Parr, 1823; R. v. Minton, 1824; R. v. Ball and Pearson, 1835; R. v. Bull, 1839

Airds Dennis v. Solomon and others, executors of Colls, 1833; R. v. Vials, 1834

alcohol, attitude towards R. v. McCormack, 1834

alcohol, rate of consumption R. v. Jefferson, 1834

aliens, jurisdiction over R. v. Doyle, 1837

aliens, right to trade Eagar qui tam v. Manigault, 1821

Almorah, The Mitchell v. Howe, 1825; R. v. Howe, 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; Wardell v. Howe, 1827

America, legal influence of Division of the Legal Profession, 1834

amicus curiae R. v. Hall (No. 6), 1829

Angolan defendant R. v. Robinson, 1821

animals (see also ferae naturae; impounded animals) Lawliss v. Knoffe, 1824; McLean v. Blackett, 1834

animals, damage to Kennett v. Cape, 1838; Lees v. Henderson, 1839

animals, killing R. v. Davis (No. 1), 1809

animals, maltreatment R. v. Gordon, 1825; Mouton v. Hunt, 1827; Crawford v. Cullen, 1830; Jackson v. Hart, 1831;Mossman v. Warren, 1831; R. v. Sharland, 1833; King v. Kemp, 1834; R. v. Field, 1838; Gill v. Brookes, 1858; R. v. Glassford, 1858

animals, maltreatment, crime R. v. Brown, 1831; R. v. Scully, 1851

animals, personal injury caused by Wardell v. Francis, 1829

animals, property in native R. v. Lee, 1830

animals, trespassing R. v. Field, 1838

anti-Semitism (see also racial prejudice) Raphael v. Gore and Eagar, 1818; Hayes v. Solomon, 1835

appeal, stay on execution Lord v. Wentworth, 1829; Vaughan v. McRae, 1891

appeals (and see new trial; magistrate, action against; non suit; supervision of inferior courts) Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801;Hudson v Fitzgerald,1811; Kable v. Lord, 1812; Lord v. Harris and McLaren, 1813; Kable and Underwood v. Crossley, 1814; The Governor v. Ritchie, 1819; Cooper and Wife v. Best, 1825; Clayton v. Rowe, 1825; Payne v. Smithers, 1825; Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; R. v. M'Ara, 1825; Solomon v. Moore, 1826; R. v. Bensley, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 7), 1829; Ex parte Cheetham, 1832; Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; Jennerett v. Smeathman, 1834; Lyons v. Morgan, 1837; MacDermott v. Smart, 1841; Starke v. Weller, 1841; Walker v. Flint, 1844; Cunningham v. Gray and Munce, 1850; R. v. Emerson, 1859; McLellan v. Rudd, 1898

appeals to Crown law officers In re Jane New, 1829

appeals, against damages Rowe v. Wilson, 1833; McLellan v. Rudd, 1898

appeals, against jury's verdict Corbett v. May, 1831; Flood v. Moore, 1832; Attorney General v. Green, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833

appeals, application for new trial Aspinall v. Aspinall and Others, 1842

appeals, Court of Appeal Boston v. Laycock, 1795; Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; Ex parte Marsden and Hall, 1812

appeals, criminal Criminal procedure case, 1825; R. v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831; R. v. Peckham, 1841; R. v. Watson, 1841; R. v. Hodges and Lynch (No. 1), 1844; R. v. Hodges and Lynch (No. 2), 1844; R. v. Croome, 1849

appeals, fresh evidence Jackson v. Fagan, 1833

appeals, Privy Council (see Privy Council)

apprenticeship Green v. Pashley, 1840
 

Appin Kenney v. Byrne, 1834; Doe dem. Byrne v. O'Dwyer, 184

approver R. v. Powell, 1799; R. v. West and West, 1827; R. v Simms and others, 1831; R. v. Macarthy and others, 1835

approver, evidence by R. v. McGee, Laycock and Dawson, 1816; R. v. Flavell, 1816; R. v. Clarke and others, 1821; R. v. Oliver and Smith, 1821; R. v. Barke and Knowles, 1822; R. v. Spratt and others, 1822; R. v. Walker, Keefe, Cuff, Adkins and Coates, 1828; R. v. Absolam and Gardner, 1828; R. v. Bensley, 1828; R. v. Flaher, Curtis and Alpin, 1828;R. v. Ford and Tibbin, 1828; R. v. Lees, 1828; R. v. Oram, 1830; R. v. Kaine, 1830; R. v. Bowen, 1831; R. v. O'Brien and others, 1831; R. v. Smith, 1831; R. v. Harris and Piesnell, 1832; R. v. Ryan, Steel, McGrath and Daley, 1832; R. v. Douglas et al., 1834; R. v. Godfrey and Asker, 1834; R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834; R. v. Clarke, Goodyear and others, 1837; R v. Martin, 1840

arbitration Lord, executor of Short v. Berry, 1830; Pilcher v. Cory, 1832; Lyons v. Unwin, 1833; Ex parte Pendray, 1839; Greig v. Pendray, 1839; Hall v. O'Brien, 1840; McLoughlan v. Jones, 1840; In re O'Sullivan v. Marchant, 1841;Macnise v. Hayes, 1842; Sheppard v. Scarr, 1842

arbitration, evidence in Dunbar and others v. Thompson, 1835

arbitration, judge as arbitrator Mowle v. Buckle, 1837

arbitration, when award binding Mitchell v. Tooth, 1837

architect, action against Wyatt v. Chadley, 1835

architect, commission of Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835

architecture Shea v. Smith and Barker, 1826; In re Harris, 1833; Harris v. Riddell, 1834; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835;Chadley v. Wyatt, 1836

Arden Hall R. v. Clay and Bevidge, 1839

Argyle R. v. Webb and Webb, 1825; R. v. Tennant, Ricks, Cane and Murphy, 1828; Thompson v. Kenny, 1834

arrest of judgment (see also setting aside judgment) R. v. Gwillin, 1823; R. v. James, 1825; R. v. Kirwan, 1825; R. v. Hogarty, How, Bailey and Laragy, 1826; R. v. Short, 1826; R. v. Best, 1826; R. v. Smithers and Smithers, 1826; R. v. Davison, 1827; R. v. Emerson, 1827; R. v. Hughes, 1827; R. v. Lynch, 1827; R. v. M'Dowall, 1827; R. v. Troy and Bradley, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 7), 1829; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830

arrest of ship (see also condemnation of ship) Mitchell v. Howe, 1825; R. v. Howe, 1825; Noble v. Cotton, 1831

arrest, limits on Morris v. Evernden, 1832; R. v. Ryan, 1890

arrest, resisting R. v. Franklin, 1821

arrest without warrant R. v. Ryan, 1890

arson R. v. Pawson, 1795; R. v. Byrne, 1829; R. v. Needham, 1833; R. v. Rooney, 1834; R. v. Bennett, 1837; R. v. Hagan, 1839; R. v. Woods, 1849 (W.A); R. v. O'Neil, 1842; R. v. Stanaway and Chown, 1842; R. v. Loy, 1859

articles of agreement Hourston v. Norris, 1825

articles of clerkship Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828

Asiatic Servants case The Governor v. Browne, 1819

asportavit Flood v. Moore, 1832

assault R. v. Barsby, 1788; R. v. Marshall, 1795; Harris v. Kemp, 1799; R. v. Roberts, 1800; R. v. Marshall, 1801; R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808; R. v. Fitzgerald, 1813; R. v. Wilson, 1814; R. v. Hill, 1816; Greenway v. Sanderson, 1817; R. v. Henshaw and Spears, 1818; R. v. Kirton 1821; R. v. Marsden, 1821; R. v. McMahon, 1821;Aird v. Raine, 1825; R. v. Devil Devil, 1825; Merrett v. Kenn, MacCleod and Butterworth, 1826; R. v. Leitch, 1826;Solomon v. Moore, 1826; Fuller v. Drake, 1827; Girard v. Rapsey, 1827; McDowall v. Middleton, 1827; Nowlan v. Whitfield, 1827; R. v. Harris, 1827; Nowlan v. Young, 1828; R. v. Cooke and Walsh, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 5), 1829; R. v. Leighton, 1829; Hogan v. Brown, 1830; England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; England v. Sandilands, 1831;Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Mackay v. Sandilands, 1831; R. v. Morris, 1831; Taylor v. Christie, 1831; Williams v. Keane, 1831; Austin v. Biddle, 1832; Bettington v. Munn, 1832; Bodenham v. Biddulph, 1832; Morris v. Evernden, 1832;Plaistowe v. Daley, 1832; Lynch v. Robinson, 1833; Maher v. Robinson, 1833; Power v. Higgins, Higgins, Ryan, Marr and Cunninghame, 1833; R. v. Bowen and Hughes, 1833; Rodd v. Townshend, 1833; Marrs v. Smith and others, 1833 (W.A.); R. v. Dent, 1833 (W.A.); R. v. Velvick, 1833 (W.A.); Cuffe v. Onus, 1834; Gallagher v. Powis, 1834; Lee v. Shanahan, 1834; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; Nathan v. Meredith, 1834; R. v. Cullen, 1834; R. v. Richardson and Gunningham, 1834; Hayes v. Solomon, 1835; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835; R. v. Cassidy and Bagley, 1835; R. v. Hayden, 1835; R. v. Thompson, 1836; R. v. Poignand, 1836; Blackburn v. Galliott, 1837; Betts v. Hughes, 1838; Joseph v. Polack, 1838; R. v. Anzelark, Riley, Pearce and Pearce, 1838; R. v. Hammond, 1838; R. v. Magee, 1838; Thorn v. Hunt and others, 1838; Ryan v. Wilson, 1839; Cann v. Ward, 1840; Carrington v. Hogue, 1840; Mudie v. Kinchela, 1840; Pearson v. Baker, 1840; R. v. Carroll, 1840; R. v. Agnew, 1841; R. v. Tibbs, 1841; R. v. Potts, 1842; R. v. Robertson, 1842; R. v. Robson, 1842; R. v. Horton, 1850; R. v. MacTaggart, 1850; R. v. Morrison, 1850; R. v. Webb, 1850; R. v. Ah Hung, 1851; R. v. Ellis, 1851; R. v. Morgan, 1851; R. v. Munro, 1851; R. v. Nowlan, 1851; R. v. O'Neill, 1851; R. v. Bumbarrowa, 1852; R. v. Choo and Tiam, 1852; R. v. Ellis, 1852; R. v. Sang, 1852; R. v. Liqua, 1854; R. v. Stewart, 1855; R. v. Kirkpatrick, 1859

assault, Chinese victim R. v. Gill, 1851; R. v. Gould and others, 1851; R. v. Murray, 1852; R. v. Billy, 1854

assault, civil Solomon v. Talbot, 1836; Maher v. Jones, 1841; Solomon v. Bartlett, 1841; Wanen v. Sergerson, 1841;Wilson v. Christie, 1841; Wright v. Byrne, 1851

assault, consent R. v. Davis, 1838

assault, definition of Roache v. Jones, 1836

assault, on constable R. v. Barker, 1841

assault, on magistrate R. v. Davis, 1854

assault, police victim R. v. Dargon and others, 1823; R. v. Galligan, 1851

assault, self-defence Burke v. Parker, 1837; Agar v. Holmes, 1851

assault, sexual (and see sexual assault on child) R. v. Tougher, 1839; R. v. Saunders, 1841;R. v. Shean, 1841; R. v. Brown, 1850

assault, shooting R. v. Sam and others, 1852

assault, threat to injure with a weapon R. v. Kinsela and Chamberlain, 1820

assault, wounding R. v. Cash, 1850; R. v. Galligan, 1851; R. v. Marjoram, 1851; R. v. Newman, 1851; R. v. Perriha and Durrugguree, 1852; R. v. Hawk, 1853; R. v. Billy, 1854; R. v. Minor, 1854; R. v. Clune and Clune, 1855; R. v. Hughes, 1855; R. v. Moyes, 1855; R. v. Riley, 1855; R. v. Taafe, 1855; R. v. Taw, 1855; R. v. Leary, 1856; R. v. Hickie, 1857;R. v. Dicky, 1858; R. v. Kim, 1858; R. v. Yung, 1858; R. v. Crosby, 1859; R. v. Edwards, 1859; R. v. Hawser, 1859

assault of constable R. v. Ballard, 1813; R. v. Ryan, 1890

assessor, challenge to Mudie v. Howe, 1836 assessors, non attendance by In re Bunn, 1832

"assigned servant", meaning of Walker v. Hughes, 1839

assignment of convicts, see convict service

assumpsit (see also contract law) The Governor v. Browne, 1819; Willink v. Moore, 1825; Campbell v. Jeffery, 1826;Eagar v. Terry, 1828; Franks v. Ikin, 1828; Henderson v. Colls, 1828; Mathews v. Cooper, 1828; Ward v. Nobbs, 1828; Cavenagh v. Pendeay, 1829; Ellis v. Cuthbert, 1829; Corbett v. May, 1831; Brooks and Collins v. Davidson, 1832; Hearson v. Brown, 1832; Macquoid v. Lamb, 1832; Mitchell v. Walker, 1832; Shipman v. Allen, 1832;Bloodsworth v. Weston, 1833; Brown, Manager of Australian Company v. Dixon (No. 2), 1833; Hartley v. Shadforth, 1833; Johnstone v. Wright, 1833; Monks v. Brown, 1833; Town v. White, 1833; King v. Kemp, 1834; Loane v. Dickson, 1834; Smithers v. Hughes, 1834; Terry v. Brown, 1834; Brenand v. Catteral, 1835; Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835;Chadley v. Wyatt, 1836; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835; Salter v. Smith, 1836; Piper v. Beattie, 1837; Maclaren v. Samuel, 1841

assumpsit, special and common Lucas v. Evans, 1835

Atkins J.A, allegations against Atkins v. Harris, 1799; Campbell v. Lowrie, 1814

Atkins J.A. treatment of, during rebel period R. v. Macarthur, 1808

attachment for contempt (see contempt of court, attachment)

attachment of debts In re Hussey and McGrath, 1828; Bartley v. Drew, 1859; Stewart v. Duggan, 1890

attaint (see felony attaint)

attempt R. v. Byrne, 1829

attempted murder (see also Lord Ellenborough's Act) R. v. Belcher, 1820; R. v. Baxter and others, 1822; R. v. Davidson, 1822; R. v. May, 1822; R. v. Charland, 1824; R. v. Gore, 1824; R. v. Lewsy, 1824; R. v. Smith, 1825; R. v. Griffiths, 1826; R. v. Barlow, 1828; R. v. Binge Mhulto, 1828; R. v. Lelland, 1828; R. v. Russel, 1828; R. v. Blake, 1832; R. v. McDonnel and Miller, 1832; R. v. Coleman, 1833; R. v. Smith and others, 1833; R. v. Stock, 1833; R. v. Herring, Lahey and Lawless, 1834; R. v. Ball and Pearson, 1835; R. v. Cassidy and Bagley, 1835;R. v. Hare, 1836; R. v. McCarthy, 1836; R. v. Nocton, 1835; R. v. Poignand, 1836; R. v. Davis, 1837; R. v. Doyle, 1837; R. v. Hall, 1837; R. v. Wise, 1837; R. v. Brown, 1838; R. v. Cordell, 1838; R. v. Gawenlock, 1838; R. v. Young, 1839; R. v. Carroll, 1840; R. v. Cutler, 1840; R. v. Hall, 1840; R v. Kirk, 1840; R. v. Power, 1840; R. v. Cottington, 1841; R. v. Bolden, 1841; R. v. Kinghorne, 1842; R. v. Eu, 1850; R. v. Taw, 1855; R. v. Edwards, 1858; R. v. Yung, 1858

attempted murder, meaning of attempt R. v. Dogherty, 1838

attempted murder of policeman R. v. Elliot, 1834

attempted rape R. v. Stachbury and others, 1820; R. v. Potts, 1842

attempted shooting R. v. Wells, 1826; R. v. Morris, 1831; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833

attorney, lien on costs Lord v. Dixon, 1828; Long v. Boucher, 1830; Ex parte Perkins, 1834

attorney, sharp practice Murphy v. Prout, 1837

Attorney General, attempted impeachment of Re Plunkett, 1837

Attorneys General, attacks on Mudie v. Kinchela, 1840

Attorney General, criticism of R. v. Tougher, 1839

Attorney General, insolvent James v. Raine, 1830

Attorney General, libel of R. v. Macalister, 1838

Attorney General, role in discipline of legal profession Ex parte Attorney General, in re Lewthwaite, 1837

Attorney General and separation of powers R. v. Macalister, 1838

attorneys, unqualified persons Notice to Attorneys, 1842

auction Solomon v. Moore, 1826; Lyons v. Morgan, 1837; Smart v. Dick, 1837; Brown v. Westwood, 1841; Fisher v. Yeomans, 1841; Hadd v. Peek, 1841; Lyons v. Munroe, 1841; Williams v. Williams, 1841; Sheehan v. Stubbs, 1842

auction, conditions of McQuoid v. Lord, 1831

auction, false advertising Cape v. McIntosh, 1835

auction, false bidders Fennell v. Graham, 1837

auction, fraudulent R. v. Hughes and others, 1837

auction, puffers Fennell v. Graham, 1837

auction, sale at undervalue Stephen v. Lyons, 1835

auctioneer Hebblewhite v. Delany, 1841; Lyons v. Isler, 1841; Lyons v. Lefevre, 1841; R. v. McDermott, 1841

auctioneer, liability for fraud Smart v. Solomons, 1838

auctioneer, loss of title deeds Anderson v. Lyons, 1841

auctioneer's liability Stephen v. Lyons, 1835

auctioneers' licensing law, consistency with English law Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827

audi alteram partem Ex parte Mathews, 1827

audience in court R. v. Turner, Kerr and Bates, 1826

Australian Agricultural Company Barton v. Parry (No. 1), 1834; Barton v. Parry (No. 2), 1834; Terry v. Brown, 1834; R. v. Dumaresq, 1837; Whitfield v. Caswell, 1837; R. v. Wood, 1838; R. v. Kelly, 1841

Australian Club, Ex parte Lettsom, 1840; Wilson v. Christie, 1841

autrefois acquit R. v. Harding and M'Alister, 1825; R. v. Kirwan, 1825; R. v. Davison, 1827; R. v. Harris, 1827; R. v. Guyse, 1828; R. v. Tennant, Ricks, Cane and Murphy, 1828; R. v. Lucas and England, 1831; R. v. Sullivan, 1832;Attorney General v. Green, 1833; R. v. Murray and Cunningham, 1833; R. v. Stokes, 1834; R. v. James, 1836; R. v. Jones, 1838; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838

B

bail R. v. Johnson, 1824; In re Shelly, 1829; R v Stewart, 1831; R. v. Priest, 1842;R. v. Kirrup , 1845; R. v. Ningollibin, 1845; R. v. Ellis, 1851; R. v. Smith and others , 1851; R. v. Talbot, 1851

bail bond Hughes v Singleton, 1832; In re Hart and Terry, 1832

bail, after conviction R. v. Payne, 1829

bail, attempted murder charge R. v. Bolden, 1841

bail, civil action Lord v. Dixon, 1828

bail, limits on magistrates' power to issue R. v. Bolden, 1841

bailment Crawford v Cullen, 1830; Mossman v Warren, 1831; McLean v. Blackett, 1834; Kennett v. Cape, 1838;Hemmings v. Musgrove, 1842

bailment of horse Huntley v. Crisp, 1839

bailment, damages Nokes v. Hayes, 1821

bailment, lost horse White v. Birch, 1859

bailment, voluntary Farringdon v. Elder, 1834

Balmain Loane v Perry, 1833

Balmain estate Ex parte Whickers, 1839

Bank of Australia R. v. Spring and Marlow, 1834; R. v. Welsh, 1834

Bank of New South Wales Campbell v. Williams, 1821; R v Laing, 1835

bank procedure R. v. Spring and Marlow, 1834

banking law Hunter v. Maclaren, 1843

bankruptcy Ex parte Lyons, In re Wilson, 1839; Cligny v. Hull, 1899

Bankstown Ready v Brooks, 1833

bar, division of Re Nichols, 1837

Bargon River R. v. Morris, 1839

barrister's fees, not recoverable (see also legal practitioners, liability for negligence; medical practitioners' fees, enforceability of)Rowe v. Cullen, 1829; In re Grace, 1835; Smith v Kemp, 1835

barristers, admission see legal practitioners, admission

barristers, allegation of bias R v Hardy, 1836

barristers, criticism of conduct in court Carrick v. Russel, 1841

barristers, order of precedence Doe dem Harris v. Riley, 1832; Barristers' Precedence, 1832; In re Foster and Windeyer, 1836

barristers, selection by attorney Clarke v. Fitzhardinge, 1844

barter Coulson v Reibey, 1825; Smithers v. Hughes, 1834 bastardy Storey v Storey, 1832

Bathurst R. v. Harper, 1824; R. v. Johnson, 1824;R. v. Johnston, Clarke, Nicholson, Castles, and Crear, 1824; R. v. Fitzpatrick and Colville, 1824; R. v. Johnson, Jennings, and Carter, 1826; R v Otham, 1826;R v White, 1826;Aboriginal Defendant, 1827; R. v. Tommy, 1827; R. v. West and West, 1827; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; R. v. Absolam and Gardner, 1828; R. v. Holmes, Owens and Whisken, 1828; R. v. Kable and Murray, 1828; R. v. Walker, Keefe, Cuff, Adkins and Coates, 1828; R. v. Parker and Donavan, 1829; R v Entwistle, Gahan, Kearney, Gleeson, Dunn and Stephen, 1830; R v Burn, 1833; R. v. Butler, Evans, Lush and Brown, 1833; R v Dixon, 1833; R v Kaines, 1833; R. v. Bridgens, 1834; R. v. Cullen, Doyle and Murphy, 1834; R. v. Cullen, Doyle and Walsh, 1834; R. v. Davis, 1834; R. v. Halloran and Waldron, 1834; R v Edwards and Slater, 1835; R v Hare, 1836; R v Williams, 1835; Bathurst R v James, 1836; R. v. Bennett, 1837; R. v. Davis, 1837; Re Nichols, 1837; R. v. Hammond, 1838; R. v. Cummings, 1840

Bay of Islands Lewis v Lambert, 1835

benefit of clergy R. v. Sheppard, Piper and Pate, 1827; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828

benefit societies In re United Friends Society, 1831

Berkeley estate Dent v. Lyons, 1841; Hadd v. Peek, 1841; Lyons v. Isler, 1841; Lyons v. Lefevre, 1841; Lyons v. Reynolds, 1841; Dent v. Lyons, 1842

Berrima R v Nocton, 1835; R. v. McCaffery, Jones and Moore, 1837; R. v. Merchant, 1838; Simmons v. Westmacott, 1838; R. v. Fenton, 1840; R. v. Cottington, 1841; R. v. Leary, 1841; R. v. Westwood, 1841; Speech to Jury (3), 1841

bestiality R. v. Hyson, 1796; R. v. Reece, 1799; R. v. Smith (No. 3), 1834; R. v. Jackson, 1858

Big River Hallen v. King, 1839; R. v. Young, 1839

bigamy Davis v. Crispe, 1834; R v Maloney, 1836; R. v. Kelly, 1837; R. v. Lindsay, 1841

bill of exchange Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; Lord v. Atkins, 1813; Jamison v. Throsby, 1817; Berry v Lord, 1825; Payne v Smithers, 1825; Buchanan v Keith, 1829; Lyons v Raine, 1831; Brooks and Collins v Davidson, 1832; Brown v Dixon (No 2), 1833; Town v White, 1833; Biddulph v. Unwin, 1834; Lucas v Evans, 1835;Grose v. Polack, 1840; Maclaren v. Samuel, 1841; McLaren v. Lyons, 1841; Gore v. Hughes, 1842;McLaren v. Lyons, 1842;Fawcett v. Irving, 1843; Marshall v. Hughes, 1843; Walker v. Flint, 1844

bill of exchange, embezzling R. v. Gregson, 1830

bill of exchange, failure of consideration Stephen v Brigstock, 1835

bill of exchange, laches Loane v Bunn, 1830

bill of exchange, notice of dishonour Hill v. Owen, 1828

bill of exchange, protest Blaxland v Cavenagh, 1830

bill of exchange, regulation of R. v. Stanley, 1850

bill of lading Thomas Kent v. Captain William Mattinson, 1810; Raphael v. Gore and Eagar, 1818; Winder v. Williams, 1818; Archer v. Jeffery, 1823; Cohen v Ritchie, 1830;Henderson v Jack, 1833; Moses v. Osborne, 1842

bill of sale Jones v. Hustler, 1842

birth, concealment of R. v. Marks, 1818; R. v. Guthrie, 1838

Birchgrove Loane v Perry, 1833; R. v. Mills, Chapman and Chapman, 1834

Black Act  R v Byrne, Wright and Murphy, 1825; R v Flanagan, Bayley and Browne, 1825; R v Osborne and Ward, 1826; , 1827

Black Act, applicability in New South Wales, R v Smith, 1825

Bligh, Governor, estate of Doe dem. O'Connell v. Pye, 1839; O'Connell v. Bell, 1839

Bligh, Governor, rebellion against R. v. Nicholls, 1799; Marsden v. Mason, 1806; R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808; R. v. Gore, 1808; R. v. Macarthur, 1808; R. v. Sutter , 1808; R. v. John Palmer, 1809; Crossley v. Johnston, McArthur and others, 1810; Richard Rouse v. Samuel Garthside, 1810

Blue, Billy Blue v Lavender, 1835

board and lodging Lamb v Nettleton, 1826; Pedley v. Green, 1839; Soole v. Cooper, 1841; Macdonald v. Mehan, 1857;Johnston v. Pegg, 1858

bond, action on Campbell v. Lowrie, 1814; Campbell v. Williams, 1821; Jackson v Fagan, 1833; Mitchell v. Eales, 1842

bond, bondsman hanged Wilson v Macquoid, 1833

bond, criminal R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1828

bond, enforcement of Attorney General v. Evans, 1841

bond, joint liability Therry v. Howe, 1828

bonds Campbell v. Lowrie,1814; R. v. Lucas and others, 1829; Terry v Inglis, 1833; Hughes v. Quin, 1841 Bong Bong R v Dugurd, 1836

Botany R v Kilmartin, 1835

bottomry The Nimrod; Wilson v. the Nimrod, 1838

bottomry bond Leslie v. Wilson, 1839

Bowen's Hollow R. v. Mills and others, 1838

boxing match R v Cummings, 1826; R. v. Francis, 1827; R. v. Kelly, 1827; R. v. Guyse, 1828; R v Carver, 1832; R v Jacques and others, 1832; R v Peters, 1832; R v Gaudry and others, 1836; R. v. Silvester, 1841; R. v. Tancard, 1841

breach of promise of marriage Cox v Payne, 1825; Miller v Brett, 1832; Laurie v. Beilby, 1837; Quiney v. Wagstaff, 1870; Quinlan v. Harris, 1880; O'Brien v. Joplin, 1883; Singleton v. Kelly, 1887; Barnett v. Anderson, 1888; Monroe v. Perry, 1889; Tranter v. Callaghan, 1889; Stewart v. Duggan, 1890; Prior v. Anderson, 1891; Vaughan v. McRae, 1891;Berry v. Osborne, 1892; Plim v. Jacob, 1894; McLellan v. Rudd, 1898; Cligny v. Hull, 1899; Grant v. Alston, 1899;Stuart v. Josephson, 1899

breach of promise of marriage, damages Stewart v. Duggan, 1890

breach of promise of marriage, death of defendant O'Brien v. Joplin, 1883

breach of promise of marriage, nature of action Stuart v. Josephson, 1899

breach of the peace R. v. Smith and others, 1820

breaking and entering (see also burglary) R. v. Geary, 1821; R. v. Baxter and others, 1822; R v Rafferty and Timmins, 1830; R v Ready, 1832; R v Smith and Fuller , 1832; R. v. McDonald, 1834; R. v. Shorton, 1834; R. v. Preston and others, 1835; R. v. McGuiness and others, 1850; R. v. Fisherman, 1859

bribery R. v. Gillies, 1837

Brickfield Hill Therry v Wilson and Carew, 1833

Bringelly R v Burke and Donohu 1826; R v Curtan and Ryan, 1826; R. v. Curtis and Murtagh, 1828; Doe dem. Dowdell v. Roe, 1840

Brisbane R. v. Merridio, 1841

Brisbane Circuit Court, first civil action at Bowerman v. MacKenzie, 1850

Brisbane Water R. v. Rookes, 1831; R. v. Farrel, 1834; R. v. Lego'me, 1835; R. v. Long Dick, Jack Jones, Abraham, and Gibber Paddy, 1835; R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835; R. v. Monkey and others, 1835; Bean v. Faunce, 1837;Donnison v. Faunce, 1837; Moore v. Faunce, 1837; R. v. Donnison, 1837; R. v. Wombarty, 1837; Anderson v. Hughes, 1838; Dent v. Lyons, 1841; R. v. Reynolds, 1842; R. v. Stanaway and Chown, 1842

Brisbane Water cases R. v. Macalister, 1838; Donnison v. Fisher, 1838; Faunce v. Cavenagh, 1838; Moore v. Faunce, 1838

British subject status (see also Aborigines, legal status) In re de Mestre, 1830

Broken Bay (see also Pittwater) R. v. Rookes, 1831

broker Cox v. Baptist, 1841

buggery - see sodomy

building Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835

building law Ex parte Buchanan, 1839

burglary R. v. Cole, 1788; R. v. Davis, 1789; R. v. Collington, 1792; R. v. Till and Bottom, 1793; R. v. Barry, 1795; R. v. Flavell, 1816; R. v. Macdermot and others, 1816; R. v. Delworth and others, 1820; R. v. Simmons and others, 1820;R. v. Barke and Knowles, 1822; R. v. Curry, 1822; R. v. Harper, 1824; R. v. Edwards and Holt, 1826; R. v. Ford, 1826;R. v. Geary, 1826; R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; R. v. O'Meara, 1826; R. v. Ford and Tibbin, 1828; R. v. Iron, 1828;R. v. Reilley, 1828; R. v. Toole, 1830;  R. v. Ross, 1832; R. v. Sullivan, 1832; R. v. Dixon, 1833; R. v. Felton and Grey, 1833; R. v. Tolemy, Jones and Kennedy, 1833; R. v. Cuddy, 1834; R. v. Keogh, 1834; R. v. Kay and others, 1835; R. v. Monkey and others, 1835; R. v. Williams, Bayliss and others, 1835; R. v. Smith, 1837; R. v. Casey, 1839;R. v. Galley, 1839; R. v. Crosby and Lane, 1850; R. v. Bentley, 1851; R. v. Pebbles and Davis, 1851

burglary, dwelling house (see also robbery, dwelling house; stealing, dwelling house) R. v. Richards, 1826; R. v. Neid, 1828; R. v. Groves, Byrne and Wilson, 1831; R. v. Lang, 1831

burglary, dwelling house, meaning of "dwelling house" (see also stealing, in dwelling house, meaning of "dwelling house") R. v . Power, 1829; R. v. Shelvey and Champion, 1830; R v James, 1832

burglary, elements of R. v. Dabbs, 1805; R. v. Shelvey and Champion, 1830; R. v. Wall, 1830

burglary, meaning of "breaking" R. v. Hinton, 1831

burglary, mens rea R. v. Kavenagh, 1830

Burragang R. v. Cordell, 1838; R. v. Field, 1838

Burton J., ambitions of Burton correspondence; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836

Burton J., appointment of Macdonald v. Levy, 1833

Burton J., attitude of Sydney Herald towards R. v. Catterall, 1838

Burton J., attitude to Aborigines R. v. Long Jack, 1838

Burton J., attitude to cattle stealing R. v. Ambling, 1838

Burton J., attitude to convicts Mudie v. Howe, 1836

Burton J., attitude to imprisonment for debt In re Duggan, 1838

Burton J., attitude to jury R. v. Higgins, Fuller, Anderson, Thomas, Belford and Walsh, 1833

Burton J., attitude to New South Wales Macdonald v. Levy, 1833

Burton J., attitude to religion Macdonald v. Levy, 1833

Burton J., attitudes of correspondence; Speech to Jury, 1835

Burton J., influence on verdict R. v. Ambling, 1838

Burton J., libel on In re Williams, 1838

Burton J., personal circumstances correspondence; Macdonald v. Levy, 1833

Burton J., speech to jury R. v. Davidson, 1841; Speech to Jury (2), 1841

Burwood R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832; Busby v. Taylor, 1833; Harris v. Riley, 1833

Burwood estate Jones v. Moore, 1836

bushrangers R. v. Collyer, 1817; R. v. Buckley and others, 1819; R. v. Geary, 1821; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Clyne, 1825; R. v. Flanagan, Bayley, and Browne, 1825; R . v. Moloney, 1825; R. v. Cook and Curry, 1826; R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; R. v. Patient, Morrison, Roberts and Mac'Cullum, 1826; R. v. Geary, 1826; R. v. Flaher, Curtis and Alpin, 1828; R. v. Ford and Tibbin, 1828; R. v. Holmes, Owens and Whisken, 1828; R. v. Iron, 1828; R. v. Payne, Waylin and Middleton, 1829; R. v. Entwistle, 1830; R. v. Bowen, 1831; R. v. Pegg and others, 1831; R. v. Beard and Richardson, 1833; R. v. Bowen and Hughes, 1833; R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; R. v. Lockhard, 1833; Farringdon v. Elder, 1834; R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834; R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834; R. v. Fisher, 1835; R. v. Preston and others, 1835; R. v. Weatherwiche, 1835; R. v. McCarthy, 1836; R. v. Greg, 1836; R. v. Walker, 1836; R. v. Walker and Gore, 1836;Frewin v. Kinghorne and another, 1837; R. v. Clarke, Goodyear and others, 1837; R. v. Blackhall, Martin and Watkins, 1838; R. v. Gawenlock, 1838; R. v. Smith, 1838; R. v. Galley, 1839; R. v. Mayne, 1839; R. v. Powell, 1839;R. v. Young, 1839; R. v. Chubb, 1840; R. v. Fenton, 1840; R. v. Hall, 1840; R v. Kirk, 1840; R v. Martin, 1840; R. v. Whitton, 1840; R. v. Leary, 1841; R. v. Shea, 1841; R. v. Westwood, 1841; R. v. Scott, 1879; R. v. Jimmy Governor, 1900

bushrangers, bake a cake R. v. Mackay and Dickenson, 1826

bushrangers, female R. v. Webb and Webb, 1825

bushrangers, gunfight R. v. Ball and Pearson, 1835

bushrangers, rewards R. v. Fowler and others, 1835

bushrangers' justice R. v. Tennant, Ricks, Cane and Murphy, 1828

Bushranging Act In re Jane New, 1829; R. v. Smith and McCormick, 1830; Cokely v. Simpson, 1831; England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; R. v. Webber, 1831; Williams v. Keane, 1831; R. v. Ryan, Troy, Smith and Anderson, 1832; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; R. v. Lockhard, 1833; R. v. Walker, 1836; Ex parte Ingless, in re Wilson, 1837

Bushranging Act, Forbes C.J. captured as a suspect R. v. Beard and Richardson, 1833

Bushranging Act, renewal R. v. Elliot, 1834

business history Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; R. v. Kelly (No. 2), 1828; R. v. Lees, 1828; Brown, Manager of Australian Company v. Dixon (No. 2), 1833; Eager v. Levey, 1833; Town v. White, 1833; Terry v. Brown, 1834

butchers McKeon v. Rust, 1840

Byron's River R. v. Bryan, 1839

C

Camden R. v. Jeffries and Pearce, 1833

Campbelltown R. v. Worroll, 1827; Howe v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835; R. v. Williams, 1842

Campbelltown Fennell v. Graham, 1837; R. v. Moore, 1837; R. v. Phoenix, 1837

cant R. v. West and West, 1827

Canterbury R. v. Ryan, Troy, Smith and Anderson, 1832

capias R. v. Raine, 1833

capital punishment R. v. Bennett, 1788; R. v. Bacon, 1806; R. v. Davis (No. 1), 1809; R. v. McGee, Laycock and Dawson, 1816; R. v. Clensey and others, 1820; R. v. Haggerty and others, 1820; R. v. Geary, 1821; R. v. Robinson, 1821; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R . v. Moloney, 1825; R. v. Webb, 1825; R. v. Butler, 1826; R. v. Cable, 1826; R. v. Smith and Moore, 1826; R. v. White, 1826; R. v. Flanagan et al.,1827; R. v. Ward and Power, 1827; R. v. Curtis and Murtagh, 1828; R. v. Holmes, Owens and Whisken, 1828; R. v. Iron, 1828; R. v. Johnson, 1828; R. v. Troy and Bradley, 1828; R. v. Sly, 1829; R. v. Broger, 1830; R. v. Coleman, 1830; R. v. Martin, 1830; R. v. Bowen, 1831; R. v. Cook and others, 1831; R. v. Webber, 1831; R. v. Beard and Richardson, 1833; R. v. Bowen and Hughes, 1833; R. v. Jeffries and Pearce, 1833; R. v. Smith, 1833; R. v. Elliot, 1834; R. v. Smith (No. 3), 1834; R. v. McGuire and Phillips, 1834; R. v. Ellis, 1841; R. v. Shea, 1841; R. v. Make-i-light, 1851; R. v. Wild, 1852

capital punishment, abolition of Attainted Jurors Opinion, 1833; R. v. Cowan and Campbell, 1833; R. v. Hall, 1840

capital punishment, appointment of executioner R. v. Sherman and Freeman, 1788

capital punishment, at place of crime R. v. Ridgway, Chip, Colthurst and Stanly, 1826; R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; R. v. Stanley, 1827; R. v. Tommy, 1827; R. v. Mooney and White, 1831

capital punishment, attitude to R. v. Pegg and others, 1831

capital punishment, Bushranging Act R. v. Ryan, Troy, Smith and Anderson, 1832

capital punishment, campaign to abolish R. v. Coleman, 1830

capital punishment, dissection R. v. Donovan and Broderick, 1814; R. v. Anderson and others, 1816; R. v. Hunter, 1816; R. v. Collyer, 1817; R. v. Smith and others, 1817; R. v. Walker, 1817; R. v. Smith and Pagan, 1819; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Burke and Donahu, 1826; R. v. White, 1826; R. v. Gough, Watson and Muir, 1827; R. v. Tommy, 1827; R. v. Worroll, 1827; R. v. Miller, 1828; R. v. Burgen, Allen, Matthews and Sullivan, 1829; R. v. Parker and Donavan, 1829; R. v. Ryan, Steel, McGrath and Daley, 1832; R. v. Byrne, 1833; R. v. Green, 1833; R. v. Cavenagh, Chesterfield and Sergeant, 1834; R. v. Walker and Gore, 1836; R. v. Cagney, 1837

capital punishment, error in sentencing R. v. Walker and Gore, 1836

capital punishment, failed R. v. Curtan and Ryan, 1826; R. v. Johnson, Smith and Gilroy, 1828

capital punishment, first in colony R. v. Barrett, 1788

capital punishment, first native born executed R. v. Smith, 1836

capital punishment, first woman executed R. v. Callaghan, 1789

capital punishment, gibbet R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; R. v. Mooney and White, 1831; R. v. Monkey and others, 1835

capital punishment, hanged in chains R. v. Mooney and White, 1831

capital punishment, hanged in chains, abolition R. v. Monkey and others, 1835

capital punishment, last woman hanged in New South Wales R. v. Collins, 1888

capital punishment, law of R. v. Knatchbull, 1844

capital punishment, mass execution R. v. Gardener and Yems, 1829; R. v. Payne, Waylin and Middleton, 1829

capital punishment, new procedure R. v. Cagney, 1837

capital punishment, public R. v. Connolly and Fairless, 1826; R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; R. v. Patient, Morrison, Roberts and Mac'Cullum, 1826; R. v. Clives, 1827; R. v. Tommy, 1827; R. v. Burgen, Allen, Matthews and Sullivan, 1829; R. v. Byrne, 1829; R. v. Parker and Donavan, 1829; R. v. Dick and Chamery, 1859

capital punishment, woman (see also women defendants in crime) R. v. Callaghan, 1789; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Webb and Webb, 1825; R. v. Connolly and Fairless, 1826; R. v. Hipple, Darbyshire and Hyam, 1832

careless driving R. v. Landsdowne, 1840

Carrawang Creek R. v. Mayne, 1839

carriage of goods Wright v. James, 1803; Wright v James, 1803; Lord v. Bunn, 1829; Hillier v. Jones, Spark and Church, 1837

Carter's Barracks In re McKeon, 1841

case and trespass Polack v. Josephson, 1825

Cassilis R. v. Walker and Gore,1836; R. v. Tallboy, 1840

Castle Forbes R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; Mudie v. Howe, 1836; Bingle v Stephen, 1836

Castle Hill rebellion (see also convict rebellion) R. v. O'Dwyer and others, 1807

Castlereagh R. v. Macintosh, 1838

Catholic priests, locus standi of Brady v McEachern, 1839

Catholics, prejudice against Brady v Cavenagh, 1839; Brady v McEachern, 1839

cattle Nokes v. Hayes, 1821

cattle, feloniously killing and stealing R. v. McFadden, 1817; R. v. Peck and others, 1821; R. v. Crane, 1822

cattle, neglect of Anonymous, 1809

cattle, property of goverrnment R. v. Fork, 1817; R. v. Love, 1816; R. v. Peck and others, 1821

cattle, sale Ivory v. Walmsley, 1858

cattle, stealing see stealing, cattle

causation McCarthy v. Kenny, 1805; Bell v. Scott, 1828

causation in law R. v. McGregor and Maloney, 1834

causes of crime Speech to Jury, 1835

caveat emptor Cape v. McIntosh, 1835; Fennell v. Graham, 1837; Smart v. Dick, 1837; Fitzgerald v. Luck, 1839; Sharp v. Robinson, 1839; Wight v. Barker, 1839

Cawdor R. v. Galvin, 1826

cedar cutting Alldruss v. Dalton, 1837

certificate of freedom R. v. Byron, 1825

certiorari In re King, 1824; R. v. M'Ara, 1825; R. v. Tindal, 1826; Ex parte Mathews, 1827; Ex parte Dunn, 1828; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; In re Nowlan, 1828; In re Clarke, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1828; R. v. Long, 1829; In re Stone, 1832; In re Maher, 1834; Ex parte Girard, 1839; R. v. Betts, 1841; R. v. Peckham, 1841; R. v. Hodges and Lynch (No. 1), 1844; R. v. Hodges and Lynch (No. 2), 1844

certiorari, costs In re Bardsley, 1828

champerty and maintenance Ex parte Attorney General, in re O'Reilly, 1835; Ex parte Smith, in re Sheehy, 1835; O'Reilly v. Hall, 1838

Chancellor, governor functions as Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832

charitable trusts Walker v. Scott (No. 1), 1825; Walker v. Scott (No. 2), 1826

charities In re United Friends Society, 1831; R. v. Foster, 1831

Charter of Justice Gavin v. Loane, 1821

charter party, see shipping, charter party

chemists Sherwin v. Edwards, 1841

cheques Bryant v. Kentish, 1832

cheques, action on, defence of drunkenness Fleming v. Jubb, 1859

child, concealing birth of R. v. Mackenzie, 1841

child, failure to support R. v. Ward, 1839

child, neglect of R. v. Henry, 1839

children, age of criminal capacity R. v. Power, 1840

children, assault of R. v. Ellis, 1852

children, civil liability of (see also infancy) Wood v. Lee, 1829

children, criminal defendants R. v. Pickering and Baxter, 1829; R. v. Ross, 1832; R. v. Bowen and Hughes, 1833; R. v. Tolemy, Jones and Kennedy, 1833; R. v. Rooney, 1834; R. v. Wise, 1837; R. v. Power, 1840; R. v. Hughes, 1855

children, evidence by R. v. Wright, 1789; R. v. Martin, 1830; R. v. Drake, Drakeford, Wilson, Wallace and Batchelor, 1833; R. v. Bowles, 1835; R. v. Collard, 1837; R. v. McGee, 1839

children, neglect of R v. Kane, 1840; R. v. Ellis, 1852

Chinese defendant R. v. Ang, 1850; R. v. Eu, 1850; R. v. Ah Hung, 1851; R. v. Angee, 1851; R. v. Choo and Tiam, 1852; R. v. Sam and others, 1852; R. v. Sang, 1852; R. v. Teeam, 1852; R. v. Hawk, 1853; R. v. Lye, 1853; R. v. Hoon and others, 1854; R. v. Liqua, 1854; R. v. Ang, 1855; R. v. Chick and Hock, 1855; R. v. Taw, 1855; R. v. Kim, 1858; R. v. Thiam, 1858; R. v. Yung, 1858; R. v. Chah, 1859; R. v. Loy, 1859

Chinese, violence against - see assault, Chinese victim

chose in action, assignment of Thurlow v. Condle, 1834

church pew R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1829; Hall v. Scott, 1830

church, government of Hall v. Scott, 1830

circuit courts R. v. Smith, 1841

circuit courts, procedure Speech to Jury (3), 1841

citizenship Harris v. Kemp, 1799

civil procedure (see also equity procedure) Practice Note, 1824; James v. Halloran, 1827; Pashley v. Proprietors of Monitor Newspaper, 1827; Gannon v. Jobbins, 1828; Murry v. Dickson, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1828; Taylor v. Mackaness, 1828; Schooner Darling, 1829; Clarckson v. Pickering, 1830; Dunahay v. Ritchie, 1830; Hayes v. Ellis, 1831; Jones v. Howe, 1831; Noble v. Cotton, 1831; R. v. McQuade and others, 1831; McFarlane v. Weller, 1832; Shipman v. Allen, 1832; Wilkinson v. Lamb, 1832; Yeomans and Danger v. Hewitt, 1832; R. v. Raine, 1833; Bayley v Moore, 1835; Delcambre v. Kettle, 1835; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835; Houston v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835; In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; Murphy v. Paul, 1835; Loane v. Thrupp, 1836; Lyons v. Morgan, 1837; R. v. Onions, 1837; Sparke v. Campbell, 1837; Weston v. Fattorini, 1837; Doe dem. Johnstone v. Simpson, 1839; Ex parte the Sheriff, 1839; Murray v. Matthew, 1840; Toby v. Rowley, 1840; Barton v. Humfrey, 1841; Burdekin v. Gannon, 1841; Harper v. Payne, 1841; Humphreys v. Macquoid, 1841; Lyons v. Sea, 1841; Peacock v. Mackie, 1841; Starke v. Weller, 1841; Forbes v. Gurner, 1842; Rowand v. Abercrombie, 1842; Rust v. Johnson, 1842; Ebden v. Willis, 1843; Macdermott v. Develin, 1845; Lockyer v. Hughes, 1843; Macarthur v. Smart, 1843

civil procedure, application for jury Wighton v. Howe, 1836

civil procedure, change of venue Barnett v. Anderson, 1888; Prior v. Anderson, 1891; Plim v. Jacob, 1894

civil procedure, choice of remedies (see remedies, choice of)

civil procedure, comments on Sydney Herald on Abuses of Law, 1835

civil procedure, Court of King's Bench Pendray v. Dangar, 1832

civil procedure, crown case R v Evans, 1840

civil procedure, equity procedure (see equity procedure)

civil procedure, false plea Samuel v. Hatfield, 1841

civil procedure, no pros Eagar qui tam v. Manigault, 1821

civil procedure, particulars Thurlow v. Hughes, 1828

civil procedure, pleading Were v. Smyth, 1841

civil procedure, service of process R. v. Macalister, 1838

civil procedure, urgent relief Keith v. Carter and Robson, 1828

civil remedy in criminal action Anonymous, 1828

Cobbitty R. v. Venables, 1829

Colo River R. v. Silvester, 1841

Colonial Secretary, action against Ex parte Wardell and Wentworth, 1827; R. v. McLeay, 1828

Commercial Bank R. v. Crow, 1842

Commissioner of Crown Lands R. v. Sandy, 1839

common carriers Jackson v. Hart, 1831; Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833; Crabb v. Booth, 1835; Goodwin v. Lamb and Parbury, 1835; Hillier v. Jones, Spark and Church, 1837; Fleming v. Thorn, 1854

common carrier, liability of Biggers v. White, 1807; Salter v. Smith, 1836

common carrier, stealing by R. v. Gray, 1857; R. v. Darker, 1856; R. v. Henry, 1856

common informer, reward Ex parte Pearse, 1844

common money counts Eagar v. Terry, 1828; Franks v. Ikin, 1828; Hill v. Owen, 1828; Mathews v. Cooper, 1828; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835; Lucas v. Evans, 1835; McLoughlan v. Jones, 1840

common law, "perfection of reason" R. v. Cummings, 1840

company law Fisher v. Wilson, 1840; Bank of Australia v. Bartlett, 1843; Duquid v. Hobler, 1843; Grose v. La Mestre, 1843; Irving v. Roberts, 1843

company, shares in Manning v. McVitie, 1833

competence of witness Payne v. Smithers, 1825

compounding of felony R. v. Rossi, Principal Superintendent of Police, 1826

concurrent liability, contract and tort Loane v. Dickson, 1834

condemnation of ship (see also arrest of ship) R. v. Mitchell (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825

conditions precedent and subsequent R. v. Dwyer, Kinnearm Madden and Blewit, 1825

confession R. v. Byrne, Wright and Murphy, 1825; R. v. Cossar, 1826; R. v. Curtan and Ryan, 1826; R. v. Langton, 1827; R. v. Ford and Tibbin, 1828; R. v. Parker and Donavan, 1829; R. v. Coleman, 1830; R. v. Rafferty and Timmins, 1830; R. v. Fox, 1833; R. v. Needham, 1833; R. v. Vials, 1834; R. v. Preston and others, 1835; R. v. Kays and Freeman, 1838; R. v. Billy, 1840; R. v. Bolden, 1841; R. v. Thompson, 1853; R. v. Scott, 1879

confession, admissibility of R. v. Hatherly and Jackie, 1822; R. v. Feeby, 1828; R. v. Creighton, 1832; R. v. Wood, 1838; R. v. Bolden, 1841; R. v. Chick and Hock, 1855

confessions, induced R. v. Atkin, 1840

conflict of laws Willink v. Moore, 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; Walker and Co. v. Appleton and Co., 1838

consideration (see contract, consideration; promissory note, consideration)

consortium, loss of Lynch v. Robinson, 1833

conspiracy R. v. O'Dwyer and others, 1807; Wilkinson v. Lamb, 1831; Marrs v. Smith and others, 1833 (W.A.); R. v. Douglas et al., 1834; R. v. Hodghen and Paten, 1838; R. v. Simson and others, 1841

conspiracy, civil Goodwin v. Lamb and Parbury, 1835

conspiracy, mens rea R. v. Hughes and others, 1837

conspiracy, on ship R. v. Fox, Keskin, Lain, Knight, Eldridge, Farrow, Davis, Simpson and Browne, 1825

conspiracy to defraud creditors R. v. Beilby; In the estate of Beilby, 1838

conspiracy to pervert justice R. v. Wholohan, 1840

conspiracy to obtain possession of ship R. v. Blaxcell and others, 1809

constable, prosecution of (see police, criminal defendants)

constitutional reform, petitions for Speech to Jury, 1835

contempt of court R. v. Horton, 1799; Sutton v. Humphreys, 1806; R. v. Claig, 1825; R. v. Macarthur, 1808; Wilson and others v. Rowe, 1824; Ex parte, the Registrar of the Supreme Court v. Beveridge, 1826; R. v. Galvin, 1826; In re McLaren, 1830; In re Bunn, 1832; R. v. Raine, 1833; R. v. Ross, 1833; Ex parte Salomon, 1834; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; R. v. Arden, 1841; Re Port Phillip Herald Newspaper, 1841; R. v. Mayne, 1855

contempt of court, attachment Ex parte Marsden and Hall, 1812; R. v. Howe, 1827; Ex parte Raine (No. 2), 1828; Rodd v. Mansfield, 1830; R. v. Macquoid, 1832; R. v. Hall, 1833; In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; In re Williams, 1838; R. v. Douglass, 1838; Ex parte Attorney General, in re Stephens, 1837; Macdonald and others v. the Governor Bourke, 1839; KenneR. v. Ardendy v. Gorey, 1841; Re Carrington, 1842

contempt of court, by legal practitioner In re Williams, 1838

contempt of court, by woman alleging rape R. v. Foley, 1831

contempt of court, criminal R. v. Bull (No. 1), 1836

contempt of court, delay by witness R. v. Maloney and Reid, 1838

contempt of court, drunk witness R. v. James, 1836; R. v. Crowley, 1838

contempt of court, fine In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; R. v. Catterall, 1838

contempt of court, interference with jury R. v. Douglass, 1838

contempt of court, newspapers In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; R. v. Stephens and Stokes, 1836; In re Williams, 1838; R. v. Bolden, 1841

contempt of court, press commentary R. v. Stephens and Stokes (No. 1), 1834; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838

contempt of court, press commentary on jury decision R. v. Hall, 1833

contempt of court, press commentary on pending cases Ex parte Howe, 1828; R. v. Howe, 1828; R. v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Rodd v. Mansfield, 1830

contempt of court, procedure by indictment or attachment R. v. Douglass, 1838

contempt of court, publicity of trial R. v. Kerr, 1837

contempt of court, refusal to give evidence R. v. Foley, 1831

contingent fees Ex parte Smith, in re Sheehy, 1835

contract, applicable law Walker and Co. v. Appleton and Co., 1838

contract, acceptance of  breach Carmichael v. Jones and Howe, executors of Howe, 1833

contract, breach of Robinson v. Hook, 1810; Wood v. Campbell, 1812; Crossley v. Harris, 1813; Parr v. West, 1814; Loane v. Gunning, 1818; Wentworth v. Jones, 1825; Campbell v. Jeffery, 1826; Australian Agricultural Company v. Adams, 1827; Lord v. Bunn, 1829; Lynn v. Johnson, 1830; R. v. McQuade and others, 1831; Carmichael v. Jones and Howe, executors of Howe, 1833; Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833; Girard v. Biddulph, 1834; Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835; Green v. Hanson, 1835; Lyons and another v. Bryant and another, 1837; Woolley v. Bryant, 1837; Lee v. Holdsworth, 1839; Meredith v. Wyatt, 1839; Walker v. Hughes, 1839; Wight v. Barker, 1839; Wilkinson v. Macdougall, 1839; Bradley v. Shipley, 1840; Donaldson v. Coombes, 1840; McKeon v. Rust, 1840; Coser v. Gordon, 1841; Cox v. Baptist, 1841; Greene v. Kellick, 1841; Harper v. Watkins, 1841; Lyons v. Munroe, 1841; Walford v. Mann, 1841; Young v. Wilson, 1851; Nicol v. Moffatt, 1855; Johnston v. Roberts, 1857; McCarthy v. Horton, 1858; Orr v. Sandeman, 1859; Buckley v. Appel, 1859; Kelly v. McDougall, 1859

contract, breach of, building work Taylor v. Clarke, 1832

contract, consideration Parr v. West,1814; Mills v. Rowe, 1828; Mossman v. Warren, 1831; R. v. McQuade and others, 1831; Monks v. Brown, 1833; Wilkie v. Peberdy, 1844

contract, defence of public policy Cooper v. Terry and another, 1829

contract, divisibility of Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835

contract, entire (see entire contracts rule)

contract, equitable defence Cooper v. Terry and another, 1828

contract, equitable rescission Josephson v. Levey, 1827; R. v. Lucas and Payne, 1828

contract, equity setting aside Mills v. Rowe, 1828

contract, expectation damages for breach of (see damages, expectation)

contract, fraudulent misrepresentation Josephson v. Levey, 1827

contract, illegal Walker v. Hughes, 1839

contract, illegality Green v. Hanson, 1835

contract, implied Lamb v. Nettleton, 1826; Campbell v. Milson, 1831; Mossman v. Warren, 1831; Johnstone v. Wright, 1833; Monks v. Brown, 1833

contract, incomplete Hynds v. Byrne, 1811

contract, misrepresentation Sheehan v. Stubbs, 1842; Daveney v. McDonald, 1857; King v. Piggott, 1859

contract, non est factum Marcus v. Healey, 1840

contract, oral  Wilson v. Johnstone, 1829

contract, rescission Irving v. Dumaresq, 1842; Sheehan v. Stubbs, 1842; Nicol v. Moffatt, 1855

contract, termination of Carmichael v. Jones and Howe, executors of Howe, 1833

contract, void for uncertainty R. v. McQuade and others, 1831

contract, writing Lee v. Holdsworth, 1839

contract law (see also assumpsit; privity) Macqueen v. Lamb, 1824; Shea v. Smith and Barker, 1826

contract law, development of Macarthur v. Thompson, 1806

contract law, misrepresentation Ellis v. Cuthbert, 1829; Nicol v. Moffatt, 1855

contract law, privity Barnett v. James, 1833; Levien v. Lord, 1838

contract law, readiness and willingness Smart v. Samuel, 1843

cont ract law, unfairness and hardship Guise v. Klensendorlffe, 1827; Hansey v. Girard, 1830

contracts, interpretation of Smith v. Dower, 1831; Hartwell v. Campbell, 1836

contracts, proof of Levien v. Lord, 1838

contracts, total failure of consideration Porter v. Macquoid, 1835; Irving v. Roberts, 1843

contributory negligence McCarthy v. Kenny, 1805; Bell v. Scott, 1828; Monks v. Brown, 1833; Crabb v. Booth, 1835

conversion Thurlow v. Condle, 1834; Farquharson v. Bell, 1858

conveyancers, unlicensed Thompson v. Leburn, 1835

conveyancing Mahoney v. O'Brien, 1813; Sanders v. Jones, 1814; R. v. Cooper, 1825; McQuoid v. Lord, 1831; Smithers v. Hodghen, 1831; Doe dem. Unwin v. Salter, 1833; Perkins v. McDonald, 1833; Ready v. Brooks, 1833; Doe dem. Smith v. Fleming, 1834; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Doe dem. Loane v. Cooper, 1835; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835; Kinnerly v. Bigge, 1835; Castles v. Bucknell, 1837; Doe dem. Green v. Solomon, 1838; Neale v. Solomon, 1838; MacDermott v. Smart, 1841; Stubbs v. Innes, 1841; Terry v. Booth, 1841; Irving v. Dumaresq, 1842; Kennedy v. Massagori, 1842

conveyancing, equitable title Marks v. Carney, 1842

conveyancing, fraudulent Doe dem. Walker v. Farley, 1834; Doe dem. Smith v. Beeson and Weeden, 1835

conveyancing, hotel licence McCarthy v. Horton, 1858

conveyancing, informal Wills v. Underwood, 1805; Flannigan v. Hoskison, 1835; Thompson v. Leburn, 1835; Jones v. Moore, 1836; Solomon v. Talbot, 1836

conveyancing, recovery of deposit Ex parte Hutchinson, In re Terry v. Meehan, 1830bi

conveyancing, registration Davis v. Balsover, 1834; Doe dem. Payne v. Ashby, 1834

convict (see also felony attaint; transportation)

convict, analogy with slavery Walker v. Hughes, 1839

convict, concealment of Bayly v. Cooper, 1809

convict, prefers death to iron gang R. v. Maloney and Reid, 1838

convict attorney Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; Ex parte Marsden and Hall, 1812; Kable and Underwood v. Crossley, 1814; Admission of Convict Attorneys, 1815; In re Roberts and Williams, 1838

convict clothing R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834

convict discipline R. v. Barsby, 1788; R. v. Hill, 1788; R. v. Webb, 1794; R. v. Lancashire, 1802; Roberts v. Moncrief, 1828; R. v. Burgen, Allen, Matthews and Sullivan, 1829; Cokely v. Simpson, 1831; R. v. Coleman, 1833; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; Mannon v. Nicholson, 1834; R. v. Williams, Bayliss and others, 1835; R. v. Hare, 1836; Bingle v. Stephen, 1836; Lamb v. Brenan and Holden, 1837; R. v. Bennett, 1837; R. v. Brown, 1838; R. v. Maloney and Reid, 1838

convict discipline, legal limits on R. v. Davis, 1838

convict escape R. v. Williams, 1797; R. v. Roberts, 1800; R. v. Peyton, 1807; The Governor v. Riggs, 1820; R. v. Clarke and others, 1821; R. v. Poole and others, 1822; R. v. Spratt and others, 1822; R. v. Dargon and others, 1823; R. v. Pritchard, Cooper, Rawson, Hunt and Brookes 1826; R. v. Flanagan et al., 1827; R. v. Lynch, 1827; R. v. Walton et al., 1827; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; R. v. Badderly and Howard, 1828; R. v. Baker, 1828; R. v. Flaher, Curtis and Alpin, 1828; R. v. Ford and Tibbin, 1828; R. v. Iron, 1828; R. v. Jones and Wilson, 1828; R. v. Raine, Lee and Kemp, 1828; R. v. Parker and Donavan, 1829; R. v. Power, 1829; R. v. Wright, 1829; Ex parte England, Mackay and Coomber, 1830; England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; Mackay v. Sandilands, 1831; R. v. Bowen, 1831; R. v. Rookes, 1831; R. v. Ryan, Steel, McGrath and Daley, 1832; R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; R. v. Dougall, 1833; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; R. v. Kaines, 1833; R. v. Cavenagh, Chesterfield and Sergeant, 1834; R. v. Douglas et al., 1834; R. v. Herring, Lahey and Lawless, 1834; R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834; R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834; R. v. Walker, Barlow and Jackson, 1834; Ex parte Attorney General, in re O'Reilly, 1835; R. v. Bryant, Powell and Marsden, 1835; R. v. Fisher, 1835; R. v. Kay and others, 1835; R. v. Preston and others, 1835; R. v. Weatherwiche, 1835; R. v. Hare, 1836; R. v. Walker and Gore, 1836; R. v. Blackhall, Martin and Watkins, 1838; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1838; R. v. Galley, 1839; R. v. Powell, 1839; R. v. Young, 1839; R. v. Chubb,1840

convict escape, assisting R. v. Kingston, 1799; R. v. Wilkinson, 1807; R. v. Bendall, 1812; R. v. Ballard, 1813; R. v. Hopkins, 1831; R. v. Mossman and Welsh, 1835

convict escape, assisting, penalty R. v. Dunn and Young, 1837

convict escape, assisting, sentencing discretion R v Dugurd, 1836

convict escape, assisting, ship's officers defendants R. v. Kingston, 1799; R. v. Stein and Aldride, 1835

convict evidence R. v. Plowman, 1789; R. v. Dwyer, Kinnearm Madden and Blewit, 1825; R. v. Cable, 1826; R. v. Griffiths, 1826; R. v. Redfern and Wells, 1827; R. v. Baker, 1828; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828; R. v. Dick and Jasper, 1829; R. v. Gardener and Yems, 1828; Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831; R. v Simms and others, 1831;  R. v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831; R. v. O'Brien and others, 1831;  R. v. Smith, 1831; R. v. Ryan, Steel, McGrath and Daley, 1832; R. v. McCabe, 1833; R. v. Cavenagh, Chesterfield and Sergeant, 1834;  R. v. Forrester, Gibbon and Jones, 1834; Cory v. Munro, 1835; R. v. Nicholls, 1837; R. v. Blackhall, Martin and Watkins, 1838; R. v. Palmer, 1838; Clendon v. Smith, 1840; R. v. Humphreys, 1840

convict indents (see also convict, proof of conviction) R. v. Redfern and Wells, 1827; R. v. Raine, Lee and Kemp, 1828; Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831; Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Belcher v. Deneen, 1832; Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; R. v. Mossman and Welsh, 1835

convict mutiny R. v. Wright, 1829; R. v. Smith and others, 1833

convict pardon Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801

convict pass Cokely v. Simpson, 1831

convict punishment M'Arthur v. Hill and Hall, 1826; R. v. Howe, 1826; Transportation Opinion, 1826; In re Foster, 1827; R. v. West and West, 1827; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; In re Jane New, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Baxter, 1829; R. v. Wright, 1829; Mackay v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; R. v. Young, Hooper and Battie, 1831; R. v. Tunney and Durand, 1833

convict punishment, illegal Faunce v. Cavenagh, 1838

convict rations R. v. Lancashire, 1802

convict rebellion (see also Castle Hill rebellion) R. v. O'Dwyer and others, 1807; R. v. Douglas et al., 1834

convict regulations Marsden v. Lawson and Douglass, 1823

convict rights (see also felony attaint) R. v. Byron, 1825; R. v. Sheriff of New South Wales, 1825; In re Foster, 1827; In re Hayes, 1829; In re Jane New, 1829; Anonymous (No. 1), 1830; Cokely v. Simpson, 1831; Williams v. Keane, 1831; R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833; Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835; Wild v. Driver, 1837

convict service Aird v. Raine, 1825; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Connor, 1826; Convict Assignment Opinion, 1827; Ex parte Wardell and Wentworth, 1827; In re Byrne et al., 1827; In re Foster, 1827; In re Harris, 1827; R. v. Donnelly and Redmond, 1827; R. v. Flanagan et al., 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 2), 1827; R. v. West and West, 1827; R. v. Morgan and Fox, 1828; In re Hayes, 1829; In re Jane New, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; Barton v. Parry (No. 2), 1834; R. v. Bennett, 1837; R. v. Tufts, 1838

convict service, assignment from master to master Carr v. Stephen, 1839; Somerville v. Hosking, 1839; Walker v. Hughes, 1839

convict service, assignment of Busby v. Taylor, 1833; Ryan v. Wilson, 1839;

convict service, assignment to spouse R. v. Cable, 1826; Green v. Woodroffe, 1828; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; Levey v. Shields, 1828; Beale v. Raine, 1829; R. v. Macintosh, 1838

convict service, lending assigned servants R. v. White, 1840; Walsh v. Prout, 1842

convict service, on remote stations R. v. Reynolds, 1838

convict service, property in Walker v. Hughes, 1839

convict service, transfer of Re Stephen, 1842

convict service, withdrawal of Hall v. Hely, 1830; Hall v. Rossi, 1830; Hayes v. Hely, 1830; R. v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; McNamara v. Wilson, 1834; Lamb v. Brenan and Holden, 1837

convict ship McDowall v. Middleton, 1827; R. v. Badderly and Howard, 1828; R. v. Burgen, Allen, Matthews and Sullivan, 1829; R. v. Taylor, 1829

convict ship, strike on (see also industrial action; strike) R. v. Anderson, Davis and others, 1832

convict, pardon (see pardon)

convict, proof of conviction (see also convict indents) R. v. Cable, 1826; R. v. Absolam and Gardner, 1828; R. v. Badderly and Howard, 1828; R. v. Baker, 1828; R. v. Raine, Lee and Kemp, 1828; England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831;Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Mackay v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; Mackay v. Sandilands, 1831; Belcher v. Deneen, 1832;Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833; Watkins v. Solomon, 1834; R. v. Laing, 1835; R. v. Mossman and Welsh, 1835

convicts, analogy with slavery Convict Assignment Opinion, 1827

convicts, attitude of Dowling J. towards R. v. Dick and Jasper, 1829

convicts, attitude to, in Western Australia Marrs v. Smith and others, 1833 (W.A.)

convicts, chain gang R. v. Cassidy and Bagley, 1835

convicts, expiry of sentences R. v. Callaghan, 1789; R. v. Kingston, 1799; R. v. Muldoon, Bolton, McKoldrick, McMoren and Horan, 1828

convicts, gaol gangs R. v. Walker, Barlow and Jackson, 1834

convicts, harbouring In re Stone, 1832; In re Maher, 1834

convicts, iron gang R. v. Kays and Freeman, 1838; R. v. Mills and others, 1838; R. v. Mothershead, 1838

convicts, iron gang, conditions of R. v. Nocton, 1835; R. v. Blackhall, Martin and Watkins, 1838; R. v. Muskelly and Cumming, 1838

convicts, road gangs R. v. Kaines, 1833; R. v. Fowler and others, 1835; R. v. Preston and others, 1835

convicts, work gangs R. v. Jeffries, 1835

Cook's River R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834

coroner R. v. Russell, 1839

coroner's inquest R. v. Kelly (No. 3), 1828

coroner's inquest, supervision by Supreme Court In re Blanchard, 1832

corrupt magistrate (see magistrate, corruption)

corruption in jury (see jury, corruption)

costs, contingency fees Ex parte Smith, in re Sheehy, 1835

costs, Crown obligation to pay Girard v. Windeyer and Searle, 1838

costs, effect of settlement Levy v. Porter, 1828; Powells and Wells v. Cormack, 1828; Gallagher v. Powis, 1834

costs, legal (see also attorney, lien on costs; magistrates, liability as to costs; certiorari, costs) Raine and Ramsay v. Balcombe, 1827; Doe dem. Busby v. Payne, 1829; Stephen v. Joyce, 1829; Anonymous (No. 1), 1830; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Long v. Boucher, 1830; Rowe v O'Donnel, 1830; Sampson v. Singleton, 1830; Solomon v. Hammond, 1830;Farrell v. Howe, 1831; Allen v. Bartley, 1832; Bettington v. Munn, 1832; Pendray v. Dangar, 1832; Brownlow v. Graham, 1833; Keith v. Kentish, 1833; Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833; Ex parte Perkins, 1834; Stephens v. Stephen, 1834;Smart v. Dick, 1837; Brady v Cavenagh, 1839; Hillas v. Hillas, 1839; In re Campbell, 1840; Rust v. Johnson, 1842;Binns v. Brierly, 1849; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1850; Wright v. Byrne, 1851; Vaughan v. McRae, 1891

costs, legal, and insolvency Unwin v. Wood, 1832

costs, legal, imprisonment for debt Briggs v. Humphrey, 1838

costs, legal, in criminal cases In re Rowe, 1838

costs, legal, sufficiency of R. v. McIntyre, 1833

costs, lien Lord v. Dixon, 1828

costs, nominal damages and England v. Sandilands, 1831

costs, private prosecution Ex parte Kenny, in re Gibson, 1835

costs, security for Gilroy v. Mannix, 1833

costs, security for, by crown R v Evans, 1840

costs, set off Long v. Boucher, 1830; Rowe v O'Donnel, 1830

costs, small cases Briggs v. Colls, 1828

costs, taxing Hobbs v. Dangar, 1839; Clarke v. Fitzhardinge, 1844

cosureties, liability of Hughes v. Quinn, 1837

counterfeit R. v. Hewitt, 1831; R. v. Wood, 1841

counterfeit coins, form of treason R. v. Ellis, 1841

counties R. v. Charland, 1824; R. v. Galvin, 1826; Dunahay v. Ritchie, 1830; R. v. Webber, 1831; Doe dem. Smith v. Fleming, 1834; Lyons v. Macquoid, 1835; R. v. Walker and Gore, 1836

counties, Wollongong R. v. Moore and others, 1831

court delays R. v. Robertson, 1840

court fees Eagar v. Field, 1820court hours R. v. Bingle and Were, 1837

Court of Civil Jurisdiction Jones v. Moore, 1836

Court of Civil Jurisdiction, equitable jurisdiction Ex parte Marsden and Hall, 1812

Court of Civil Jurisdiction, jurisdiction of Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832; Harris v. Riley, 1833

Court of Civil Jurisdiction, legality of Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832

Court of Criminal Jurisdiction, Van Diemen's Land Criminal Court in Hobart, 1821

Court of  Claims Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Piper v. Beattie, 1837; Sparke v. Weller, 1837; Atkinson v. Barton, 1841; Doe dem. Byrne v. O'Dwyer, 1841 Court of Commissioners Bingle v. James, 1834; Davis v. Balsover, 1834 Court of Quarter Sessions R. v. Dargan and Wildred, 1824; Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; Re Nichols, 1837; Marks v. Carney, 1842

Court of Quarter Sessions, jurisdiction R. v. Galvin, 1826

Court of Requests Ex parte Mathews, 1827; Briggs v. Colls, 1828; In re Hazard, 1828; Roach v. Fitzpatrick, 1830;Jones v. Howe, 1831; Smith v. Elder, 1831; R. v. Hunt, 1832; Farrell v. Howe, 1831; R. v. Raine, 1833; Ex parte Smith, in re Sheehy, 1835; Ryan v. Ryan, 1836 ; Rodd v. Kentish, 1837; Smart v. Dick, 1837; Ex parte Levey, 1838; Thomas v. Byrne, 1839; Roope v. Osborne, 1841; R. v. Reynolds, 1842; Rust v. Johnson, 1842

Court of Requests, jurisdiction Ex parte McPherson, 1833; Ex parte M'Gaa, 1838

Court of Requests, remedy against land In re Duggan, 1838

court structure, reform Boston v. Laycock, 1795

courts, financial jurisdiction Marsden v. Howe, 1818

courts, jurisdictional basis Ex parte Buchanan, 1839

courts, legality of, in rebel period R. v. Gore, 1808; R. v. Macarthur, 1808; R. v. Sutter, 1808; Crossley v. Johnston and others, 1810

courts, operation of, in rebel period R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808

covenant Cuthbert v. Hindson, 1832; Eager v. Levey, 1833; Jones v. Moore, 1836; Roope v. Osborne, 1841

covenant, breach of Jones v. Moore, 1837

covenant, separate liability clause Hartwell v. Campbell, 1836

Cowpastures R. v. Bensley, 1828; R. v. Johnson, 1828; R. v. Fairs, 1829; McLucas v. Hunt, 1834; R. v. Maggs, 1839

crime suppression association R. v. Cullen, Doyle and Murphy, 1834; R. v. Halloran and Waldron, 1834; Re Plunkett, 1837

criminal appeals (see appeals, criminal)

criminal code Applicability of Criminal Laws Opinion, 1828

criminal conversation  (see also adultery) Lewin v. Thomson, 1799; Bland v. Drake, 1818; Hart v. Bowman, 1828; Laurie v. Beilby, 1837; Grose v. Curtis, 1839; In re Campbell, 1840; Lawrence v. Dixon, 1869

criminal conversation, stealing goods and R. v. Ryan, 1858

criminal informations R. v. Howe, 1824; R. v. James, 1825; R. v. Gillman, 1824; R. v. Best, 1826; R. v. Davison, 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 2), 1827; R. v. Howe, 1828; Ex parte Wentworth, in re Mansfield, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 3), 1829; R. v. Stokes, 1834; Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835

criminal law, role of wife R. v. Howard, 1850

criminal law, special verdict R. v. Blandford, 1841

criminal libel (see also libel; seditious libel) R. v. Callaghan, 1789; R. v. Bennett, 1809; R. v. Palmer and Hook, 1809; R. v. Davoren, 1813; R. v. Bland, 1818; R. v. Gandell, 1822; R. v. Howe, 1824; R. v. Howe, 1826; Short v. Howe, 1826; Ex parte Wardell and Wentworth, 1827; Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 4), 1827; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1828; R. v. Howe, 1828; Ex parte Wentworth, in re Mansfield, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 3), 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 4), 1829;R. v. Hall (No. 6), 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 7), 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 8), 1829; R. v. Hines, 1829; Martin v. Mansfield, 1830; R. v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830; R. v. Raine, 1833; R. v. Hall, 1834; R. v. Stephens and Stokes (No. 1), 1834; R. v. Stephens and Stokes (No. 2), 1834; Ex parte Ebden, in re Lhotsky, 1835; Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835;R. v. Hay, 1835; R. v. Kentish, 1835; R. v. Bull, 1836; R. v. Hardy, 1836; R. v. Stephens and Stokes, 1836; R. v. Chambers, 1838; R. v. Macalister, 1838; R. v. Smart, 1838; R. v. Smart, 1839; R. v. Robertson, 1840; R. v. Arden, 1841

criminal libel, banishment for R. v. Hall (No. 8), 1829; R. v. Hayes, 1831

criminal libel, publication R. v. Jones, 1829

criminal procedure (see also indictments; informations) R. v. Hecking, 1799; R. v. Nicholls, 1799; R. v. Ballard, 1813; R. v. McNaughton and Connor, 1813; R. v. Marks, 1818; Court Announcement, 1820; R. v. McMahon, 1821; R. v. Gwillin, 1823; R. v. Gillman, 1824; R. v. Howe, 1824; R. v. Johnston, Clarke, Nicholson, Castles, and Crear, 1824; R. v. Maclousky, 1824; R. v. Charland, 1824; R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; Criminal procedure case, 1825; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. James, 1825; Klensendorlffe v. Oakes (No. 1), 1826; R. v. Hogarty, How, Bailey and Laragy, 1826; R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; R. v. Rossi, Principal Superintendent of Police, 1826; R. v. Short, 1826; R. v. Smithers and Smithers, 1826; Ex parte Wardell and Wentworth, 1827; R. v. Davison, 1827; R. v. Hall, 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 2), 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 4), 1827;R. v. Absolam and Gardner, 1828; R. v. Badderly and Howard, 1828; R. v. Bensley, 1828; R. v. Howe, 1828; R. v. Hughes and Donnelly, 1828; R. v. Macarthur, 1828; R. v. Taylor and Farrell, 1828; R. v. Troy and Bradley, 1828; Ex parte Wentworth, in re Mansfield, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 7), 1829; R. v. Pickering and Baxter, 1829; Clarckson v. Pickering, 1830; R. v. Ryley, 1830; R. v. Bowen, 1831; R. v. Lucas and England, 1831; R. v. Moore and others, 1831;R. v. Toole, 1831; R. v. Kain, 1832; R. v. Sullivan, 1832; R. v. Wilks, 1832; R. v. Wood, 1832; Attorney General v. Green, 1833; R. v. McIntyre, 1833; R. v. Hall, 1834; R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834; R. v. Walsh, 1834; Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835; Ex parte Allen, in re Bull, 1836 ; R. v. Bull, 1836; Ex parte Ingless, in re Wilson, 1837; R. v. Catterall, 1837; R. v. Donnison, 1837; R. v. Dumaresq, 1837; R. v. Lucas, 1837 ; Donnison v. Fisher, 1838;R. v. Chambers, 1838; R. v. Macalister, 1838; R. v. Smart, 1838; Ex parte Nichols, 1839; R. v. Perrott, 1839; R. v. Roberts, 1839; R. v. Russell, 1839; Ex parte Lettsom, 1840; R. v. Alderson, 1840; R. v. Boyd, 1840; R. v. Harrison, 1840; R. v. Herbert, 1840; R. v. Blandford, 1841; R. v. Peckham, 1841; R. v. Bolden, 1841; R. v. Hill, 1843; R. v. Talbot, 1851

criminal procedure, calling witnesses R. v. Halloran and Waldron, 1834

criminal procedure, delays R. v. Kable and Murray, 1828; R. v. Stewart, 1831; Wighton v. Howe, 1836

criminal procedure, depositions R. v. Bolden, 1841

criminal procedure, directions to re-open case R. v. Marshall, 1801

criminal procedure, discharge of jury in capital caseR. v. James, 1836

criminal procedure, duplicity Ex parte Girard, 1839; R. v. Scott, 1841

criminal procedure, error in drafting charge R. v. Till and Bottom, 1793

criminal procedure, figures not words In re Boughton, 1850

criminal procedure, illness prevents trial R. v. Hardcastle, 1851

criminal procedure, necessity for counsel R. v. Hardy, 1836

criminal procedure, private prosecution Ex parte Kenny, in re Gibson, 1835

criminal procedure, prisoners' counsel laws R. v. Howe, 1840

criminal procedure, punishment without trial R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808

criminal procedure, statement by defendant R. v. Clarke, 1834

criminal prosecutions, right to counsel R. v. Shelvey and Champion, 1830; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; In re Rowe, 1838; Ex parte Dillon, 1839; Ex parte Nichols, 1839; R. v. Hogarty, 1839; R. v. Alderson, 1840; Solicitors as Defence Counsel, 1852

Crookwell River R. v. Whitton, 1840

Crossley, George (and see cases brought by and against him) R. v. Macarthur, 1808; Jones v. Moore, 1836

Crossley, George, victim of coup against Governor Bligh Crossley v. Johnston and others, 1810

Crown, action by The Governor v. Ritchie, 1819Crown debt recovery Hall v. Hely, 1830

Crown debts R. v. McQuade and others, 1831; R. v. Schofield, 1838; Attorney General v. Abercrombie, 1841

Crown debts, recovery of R. v. Anzelark, Riley, Pearce and Pearce, 1838

Crown grant (see land law, Crown grant)

Crown immunity Ex parte Wardell and Wentworth, 1827; Raine and Ramsay v. Balcombe, 1827; R. v. Mackaness, 1828; R. v. Lucas and others, 1829; In re Harris, 1833; Lylburn v. Thompson, 1833 (W.A.)

Crown land, disposal R. v. Hughes and others, 1837

Crown lease, voidable Doe dem Ryan v. Rochford, 1831

Crown litigation, report on R. v. Girard, 1831

Crown mercy (see also death recorded; pardon; sentencing discretion) R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Bridges, 1825; R. v. Butler, 1826; R. v. Cable, 1826; R. v. Connolly and Fairless, 1826; R. v. Curtan and Ryan, 1826; R. v. Ridgway, Chip, Colthurst and Stanly, 1826; R. v. Smithers and Smithers, 1826; R. v. Webb and Webb, 1825; Transportation Opinion, 1826; R. v. Flanagan et al., 1827; R. v. Puckeridge, Holmes, Sneid and Lee, 1827; R. v. Stanley, 1827R. v. Tommy, 1827R. v. Walton et al., 1827; R. v. Curtis and Murtagh, 1828; R. v. Regan, 1829; R. v. Sly, 1829; R. v. Kelly, 1831; R. v. Ryan, Steel, McGrath and Daley, 1832; R. v. Dixon, 1833

Crown mercy, condition of pardon that prisoner become executioner R. v. Sherman and Freeman, 1788

Crown mercy, murder R. v. Kelly (No. 3), 1828; R. v. Miller, 1828

Crown prerogative R. v. Cooper, 1825; R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; Transportation Opinion, 1826; Brown v. Alexander, 1828; Noble v. Cotton, 1830

Crown prerogative, limits on In the estate of Bradbury, 1837

Crown prerogative to create courts Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832

Crown prerogative, delegation R. v. Dwyer, Kinnearm Madden and Blewit, 1825; In re Foster, 1827

Crown prosecutor R. v. Alderson, 1840 R v Evans, 1840

Crown, security for costs R v Evans, 1840

Cumberland Club Howe v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835

currencies, exchange rates McArthur v. Thompson, 1806

currency R. v. Madden, 1826; R. v. Moore and Reilly, 1826; R. v. Langton, 1827; R. v. Lees, 1828; R. v. Vignell, 1828;Underwood v. Wheeler, 1829; R. v. Ryley, 1830; R. v. Hewitt, 1831; Smith v. Rose, 1834

custody of child Storey v. Storey, 1832; Ex parte Cooper, 1838

custom of merchants Underwood v. Wheeler, 1829; Fawcett v. Irving, 1843

customs, alcohol R. v. Cockburn, 1842

customs and usages Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; Shea v. Smith and Barker, 1826; Buchanan v. Keith, 1829; R. v. Payne, 1830; R. v. Girard, 1831; R. v. Thompson, Walker and Reeves, 1832; Eager v. Levey, 1833; Macdonald v. Levy, 1833; Loane v. Dickson, 1834; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Tooth v. Campbell, 1835

customs of Irish R. v. Hanley, 1854

customs duties (see also taxation) James v. Balcombe, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; R. v. James, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Balcombe, 1827; Campbell and Others v. Rossi, 1829; Schooner Darling, 1829; Noble v. Cotton, 1831;Attorney General v. Dwyer, 1833; Attorney General v. Green, 1833; R. v. Smart, 1834; Ex parte Girard, 1839

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