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

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damages, amendment of jury assessment of Brown v. Raine, 1831

damages, appeal against Earle v. Nowlan, 1832; Girard v. Biddulph, 1834; Cavenagh v. Wentworth, 1837; Laurie v. Beilby, 1837; Jones v. Moore, 1837; Stewart v. Duggan, 1891

damages, assessment of Lewin v. Thomson, 1799; Kent v. Mattinson, 1810; Greenway v. Sanderson, 1817; Loane v. Eagar, 1818; Ward v. Karnes, 1824; Aird v. Raine, 1825;Merrett v. Kenn, MacCleod and Butterworth, 1826; Klensendorlffe v. Oakes (No. 1), 1826; Lowe v. Dangar, 1826; James v. Howe, 1827; Thompson v. Baxter, 1827;Bucknell v. Moran, 1829; Wilson v. Johnstone, 1829; Donnison v. Sharpe, 1830;Stephen v. Dixon, 1830; Eager v. Levey, 1833; Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833; Rowe v. Wilson, 1833; Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836; Taylor v. Stuart, 1837; Betts v. Hughes, 1838;Joseph v. Polack, 1838; Kennett v. Cape, 1838; Thorn v. Hunt and others, 1838;Thomas v. Byrne, 1839; Samuel v. Hoadley, 1841

damages, assessment of, in deceit Cape v. McIntosh, 1835

damages, assessment of, libel Lewin v. Thomson, 1799; Cory v. Munro, 1835; Howe v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835; Mudie v. Howe, 1836

damages, assessment of, mental injury Ebden v. Willis, 1843

damages, assessment of, trespass Marsden v. Lawson and Douglass, 1823

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

damages, compensatory Betts v. Hughes, 1838

damages, contemptuous Girard v. Rapsey, 1827; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1829; Plaistowe v. Daley, 1832; Rowe v. Wilson, 1833; Barton v. Parry (No. 1), 1834; Stephens v. Stephen, 1834; Howe v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835; Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836; Faunce v. Cavenagh, 1838; Thorn v. Hunt and others, 1838; Brady v Cavenagh, 1839; Josephson v. Fulton, 1839; Lamb v. Nichols, 1841

damages, defamation Lewin v. Thompson, 1799
 

damages, exemplary Halloran v. Hall, 1826; Merrett v. Kenn, MacCleod and Butterworth, 1826; Thompson v. Willet, 1829; Roach v. Fitzpatrick, 1830; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 2), 1833; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; Burke v. Parker, 1837; Brenan v. Jones, 1840; Cann v. Ward, 1840

damages, expectation Kelly v. Clarkson, 1813; Eager v. Levey, 1833; Girard v. Biddulph, 1834; Park v. Kenny, 1834; Thompson v. Kenny, 1834; Green v. Hanson, 1835; Lyons and another v. Bryant and another, 1837; Woolley v. Bryant, 1837; Girard v. Dalton, 1838; Carr v. Stephen, 1839; Lee v. Holdsworth, 1839; Walker v. Hughes, 1839; Wight v. Barker, 1839; Wilkinson v. Macdougall, 1839; Harper v. Watkins, 1841; Walford v. Mann, 1841; Sheehan v. Smith, 1851; Young v. Wilson, 1851

damages, for insult Merrett v. Kenn, MacCleod and Butterworth, 1826

damages, for mental distress Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833; Betts v. Hughes, 1838; Joseph v. Polack, 1838

damages, in hands of jury alone Rowe v. Wilson, 1833

damages, interest on Bland v. Terry, 1838

damages, loss of use of goods Taylor v. Mackaness, 1828; King v. Ross, 1842

damages, mitigation Barnard v. Lord, 1819; Lyons and another v. Bryant and another, 1837

damages, nominal Halloran v. Hall, 1826; Klensendorlffe v. Oakes (No. 2), 1827; Wardell v. Howe, 1827; Bignal v. Cooper, 1828; Dickens v. Macquoid, 1829; Roach v. Fitzpatrick, 1830; England v. Sandilands, 1831; Shannon v. Turner, 1831; Bettington v. Munn, 1832; Spicer v. Bigge and wife, 1832; Chambers v. Pawley, 1833; Hyland v. Smith, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833; Barton v. Parry (No. 1), 1834; Davis v. Balsover, 1834; Gallagher v. Powis, 1834; Stephens v. Stephen, 1834; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835;Doe dem. Terry v. Robinson, 1838

damages, once and for all rule Ex parte Levey, 1838

damages, personal injury Stedman v. Rose, and Co., 1826; Nowlan v. Whitfield, 1827; R. v. Leighton, 1829; Wardell v. Francis, 1829; Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Rodd v. Townshend, 1833; Bell v. Crowder, 1834; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; Blackburn v. Galliott, 1837;Joseph v. Polack, 1838; Cann v. Ward, 1840

damages, remoteness of damage Taylor v. Mackaness, 1828

damages, sale of land Neale v. Solomon, 1838

damages, seduction Gibbes v. Kentwell, 1884; Solomon v. Gerson, 1889

damages, slander White v. Atkins, 1835

damages, unavailable in equity Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833

damages, wrongful distraint Kentish v. Jones, 1838

Darling Harbour Busby v. Rowe, 1828; R. v. Payne, 1830

Darling, Governor, attitude to Crown law officers England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831;Hall v. Hely, 1831; R. v. Girard, 1831; R. v. Stewart, 1831

Darling, Governor, move to impeach Ex parte Wentworth, in re Mansfield, 1829; R. v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830

Darlington R. v. Saunders, 1838

de minimis R. v. Hay, 1835

dead body, dealing with R. v. Russell, 1839

death, presumption of R. v. Felton and Grey, 1833; Canton v. Norton and others, 1837;Piper v. Beattie, 1837

death, proof of  In re Lindsay, 1835

death in custody R. v. Lowe, 1827; R. v. Young, Hooper and Battie, 1831; R. v. Hagan, 1835

death recorded R. v. Bryan, 1826; R. v. Cable, 1826; R. v. Edwards and Holt, 1826; R. v. Geary, 1826; R. v. Smith, Kelly and Kaine, 1826; R. v. Davison, 1827; R. v. Flanaghan et al., 1827; R. v. Hoyle, 1827; R. v. Lynch, 1827; R. v. Threlfo, Wood, Sheppard and Wilson, 1827; R. v. Watts and Adams, 1827; R. v. Hughes and Donnelly, 1828; R. v. Lelland, 1828; R. v. Morgan, 1828; R. v. Reilley, 1828; R. v. Stephenson, Airs, Turner and another, 1828; R. v. White, Leary and Price, 1828; R. v. Williams, Sullivan and Kirby, 1828; R. v. Hammond, 1829; R. v. Power, 1829; R. v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831; R. v. Rookes, 1831;  R. v. Burn, 1833; R. v. Higgins, Fuller, Anderson, Thomas, Belford and Walsh, 1833; R. v. Rooney, 1834; R. v. Banham, 1842;R. v. Neale, 1842

death recorded, against child R. v. Ross, 1832

death recorded, meaning of R. v. Brady and Nutter, 1837; R. v. Brady and Nutter, 1838

debt recovery Palmer v. Jones, 1796; Peyton v. Torch, 1810; Dillon v. Browne, 1826;Dickens v. Macquoid, 1829; Yeomans v. Smith, 1830; De Mestre v. Ramplin, 1831;Loane v. Thrupp, 1836; Bloomfield v. Raper, 1842

debt recovery, balance of account Harris v. Ross, 1859

debt recovery, priority of writs Terry v. Moran, 1835

debt recovey law Polack v. Wilson, 1839

debt Mitchell v. Walford, 1821
 

debt, action in Murphy v. Paul, 1835

debt, allocation of repayments Stephen v. Joyce, 1829

debts, specialty Tomkins v. Smith (No. 1), 1833

deceit Wilkinson v. Lamb, 1831; Cape v. McIntosh, 1835; Fennell v. Graham, 1837;Simmons v. Westmacott, 1838

deed Aspinall v. Aspinall and Others, 1842

deed, execution of Campbell v. Milson, 1831

deed, formalities Burke v. Troy, 1828; Terry v. Howell, 1828

deed, proof of Lee v. Macqueen, 1832; R. v. Mossman and Welsh, 1835

deed of assignment Mitchell v. Walford, 1821

deeds Portus v. Macqueen, 1832

defamation (and see criminal libel; libel; seditious libel; slander) Atkins v. Harris, 1799; Lewin v. Thomson, 1799; R. v. Bowman, 1800; Harris v Cubitt, 1805; Marsden v. Mason, 1806; Bennett's case, 1809; James v. Dillon, 1822; Cooper and Wife v. Best, 1825

defamation, truth as defence Atkins v. Harris, 1789

defences (and see insanity) R. v. Bates, 1825

defences, accident R. v. Fuller, 1827; R. v. Jones, 1827

demurrer Murphy v. Paul, 1835

deodand White v. Atkins, 1835

deposit, recovery of Neale v. Solomon, 1838

detainers Short v. Berry and Woolstencraft, 1828

detinue Cable v. Sinclair, 1788; Loane v. Eagar, 1818; R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; Lamb v. Nettleton, 1826; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833; King v. Ross, 1842

deviation in voyage Lynn v. Johnson, 1830

Dick the Needle Sanders v. Jones, 1814

Dickens, Charles Ex parte Hunter, 1842; Rust v. Johnson, 1842

discipline of attorneys In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; Kruger v. Newby, 1839
 

discipline of attorneys Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; Wilson and others v. Rowe, 1824; Dillon v. Browne, 1826; Ex parte Perkins, 1834; Ex parte Salomon, 1834; Ex parte Attorney General, in re O'Reilly, 1835; Ex parte Smith, in re Sheehy, 1835; In re Grace, 1835;Smith v. Egan, 1835

disorderly house R. v. Kirton, 1821; R. v. Cooke and Walsh, 1829

distress damage feasant Nash v. Purcell, 1828

distress for rent (see also tenancy) Belcher v. Dences, 1829; Kemp v. Dobson, 1829;Dennis v. Solomon and others, executors of Colls, 1833; Hindson v. De Mestre, 1833;Wilson v. Macquoid, 1833; Kentish v. Jones, 1838; Turner v. O'Ferral, 1838; Barrett v. Thurlow, 1842

distress for rent, action against landlord Williamson v. Arnold, 1831

divorce Horwitz v. Horwitz, 1884

documents, delivery of Portus v. Macqueen, 1832

domestic violence R. v. Jones, 1811; ; R. v. Bradney, 1824; R. v. Chapman, 1825; R. v. Claig, 1825; R. v. Bates, 1825; R. v. Bennett, 1825; R. v. Minton, 1824; R. v. Butler, 1826; R. v.  Madden, 1826; R. v. Radley, 1826; R. v. Clives, 1827; R. v. Hartland, 1828;R. v. Miller, 1828; R. v. Russel, 1828; R. v. Hughes, 1829; R. v. Leighton, 1829; R. v. Venables, 1829; R. v. Byrne, 1833; R. v. Needham, 1833; R. v. Dent, 1833 (W.A.); R. v. Brennan, 1834; R. v. Farrel, 1834; R. v. McCormack, 1834; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1834;R. v. Bowles, 1835; R. v. James, 1836; R. v. Crowley, 1838; R. v. Hodghen and Paten, 1838; R. v. Holden, 1838; R. v. Finnie, 1839; R. v. McGee, 1839; Cann v. Ward, 1840;R. v. Glennie, 1840; R. v. Williams, 1842; R. v. Morgan, 1851; R. v. O'Neill, 1851; R. v. Taafe, 1855; R. v. Teagle, 1857; R. v. Birkman, 1858; R. v. Edwards, 1858; R. v. Collins, 1888

domestic violence, among Aborigines R. v. Long Jack, 1838

double jeopardy R. v. Marshall, 1795;  R. v. Harding and M'Alister, 1825; R. v. Kirwan, 1825; R. v. James, 1836

Douglass, allegations against R. v. Howe, 1828

dower Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831; Dissolution of Trusts Opinion, 1831; Blower v. Larkin, 1833; Perkins v. McDonald, 1833; Davis v. Crispe, 1834; Middleton v. Taylor, 1837;Wild v. Driver, 1837; Bullivant v. Ikin, 1838; Wild v. Driver, 1838; Bradbury v. Shiel, 1841

Dowling J., affairs of Ex parte Lacelles; in re Dickson, 1833t

Dowling J., appointed Acting Chief Justice R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836

Dowling J., attitude to attorneys R. v. Nicholls, 1837

Dowling J., attitude to government In re Jane New, 1829

Dowling J., master of assigned convicts Walker v. Hughes, 1839

Dowling J., opposed by Sydney Herald Crabb v. Booth, 1835

Dowling J., prejudices of Lee v. Shanahan, 1834

drunk witness R. v. Claig, 1825; R. v. Cunningham, 1833

drunkenness R. v. Barsby, 1788; R. v. Bates, 1825; R. v. Chapman, 1825; R. v. Carter, 1833; R. v. Crowley, 1838; R. v. Cutler, 1840; R. v. Connell, 1842; R. v. Saw, 1842; R. v. Williams, 1842

drunkenness, defence of R. v. Long Jack, 1838; Marcus v. Healey, 1840; R. v. Bradley, 1840; R. v. Banham, 1842; R. v. Harney, 1854; R. v. Moyes, 1855

drunkenness, defence to civil action Boyles v Lahy, 1839

drunkenness, defence to crime R. v. Phoenix, 1837

drunkenness, offence of R. v. Lelland, 1828; Thorn v. Hunt and others, 1838

drunkenness, no defence R. v. Hagan, 1835

duelling R v. Gillman, 1824; R. v. Atkin, Chalmers and Milton, 1828; R. v. Parke, 1836;Maughan v. Brown, 1837; Carrington v. Hogue, 1840; Ex parte Lettsom, 1840; Mudie v. Kinchela, 1840; R. v. Boyd, 1840; R. v. Boyd, 1841; R. v. Snodgrass, 1841; R. v. MacTaggart, 1850; Bell v. Pearce, 1854
 

duelling, provocation of R. v. Catterall, 1838

dying declaration R. v. Donovan, 1824; R. v. Shea, 1827; R. v. Brennan, 1834; R. v. Farrel, 1834; R. v. Kyne, 1834; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1834; R. v. Billy, 1840; Doe dem. Malcolm v. Smith, 1850; R. v. Teagle, 1857

E

East India Company The Governor v. Ritchie, 1819

East India Company's monopoly R. v. Howe, 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; Mitchell v. Howe, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825

ecclesiastical jurisdiction In re Levy, deceased, 1835; Gould v. James, 1837; Ex parte Hunter, 1842

ecclesiastical law R. v. Hall (No. 1) , 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1829

ecclesiastical visitor Walker v. Scott (No. 1), 1825; Walker v. Scott (No. 2), 1826

education law (see also schools) Walker v. Scott (No. 1), 1825; Halloran v. Hall, 1826; R. v. Broadbear and Broadbear, 1826; Walker v. Scott (No. 2), 1826; Broadbear and wife v. McArthur et al., 1827; Dissolution of Trusts Opinion, 1831

Eagar, Edward Eagar v. Hall, 1840

eggshell skull R. v. Chapman, 1825

ejectment Doe dem. Ennis v. Conway, 1822; Doe dem. Mills and Douglass v. Robinson, 1826; Busby v. Rowe, 1828; Doe dem. Busby v. Payne, 1829; Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832; Blower v. Larkin, 1833; Doe dem. Unwin v. Salter, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833;Doe dem. Clark v. Smithers, 1834; Doe dem. Robinson and Hughes v. Nott, 1834; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Doe dem. Loane v. Cooper, 1835; Doe dem. Manning v. Hipkiss, 1835; Doe dem. Smith v. Beeson and Weeden, 1835; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835; Jones v. Moore, 1836; Doe dem. Howarth and others v. Elder and others, 1837; Sparke v. Weller, 1837; Bullivant v. Ikin, 1838; Doe dem. Cooper v. Levy, 1838; Doe dem. Terry v. Robinson, 1838; Doe dem. O'Connell v. Pye, 1839; Doe dem. Dowdell v. Roe, 1840; Doe dem. Howell v. Kennedy, 1840; Doe dem. Taylor v. Little, 1840; Doe dem. Taylor v. Roe, 1840; Doe dem. Byrne v. O'Dwyer, 1841; Doe dem. Hall v. Matthews, 1841; Holt v. Hadley, 1841; Doe dem. Malcolm v. Smith, 1850

 

ejectment, against Crown O'Connell v Bell, 1839

ejectment, necessity for notice Doe dem. Beeson and Weedon v. Best, 1834

election between remedies (see also remedies, choice of) R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; R. v. Wardell (No. 4), 1827; Martin v. Mansfield, 1830; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 1), 1833; R. v. Smart, 1838

election, doctrine of R. v. White, 1835

emancipist rights R. v. Hay, 1835

emancipists (see also felony attaint, right to sit on jury) R. v. Sheriff of New South Wales, 1825; R. v. Wentworth, Campbell, and Dunn, 1825; R. v. Stephens and Stokes, 1836

emancipists, right to run newspapers Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835

emancipists, right to sit on jury (see also felony attaint, right to sit on jury) Ex parte Wilson, Windeyer and Slade, 1834; R. v. Cassidy and Bagley, 1835; Opinion on Juries, 1836; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836

embezzlement R. v. Thompson, 1814; R. v. Ison, 1820; R. v. Rotton, 1822; R. v. Harper, 1826; R. v. Gregson, 1830; R. v. Bowrey, 1851; R. v. Wellington, 1858

Emigration Committee Marshall v. Nelson, 1838

employment, dismissal from Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835

employment, indentured McLoughlan v. Jones, 1840

English attitudes to New South Wales courts Willink v. Moore, 1825

English debt, enforcement of Pedley v. Green, 1839

entire contracts rule Hourston v. Norris, 1825; Geary v. Vivian, 1830; Cassim v. the Mary Ann, 1831; Lee v. Macqueen, 1832; Girard v. Biddulph, 1834; Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835;R. v. Cape, 1838; Kirby v. Hughes, 1842; Johnston v. Roberts, 1857

entrapment R. v. Cook and Curry, 1826; R. v. Finch, 1830

equitable compensation Neale v. Solomon, 1838

equitable jurisdiction Mills v. Rowe, 1828

equitable jurisdiction, none in early colony Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832; Harris v. Riley, 1833

equitable principles Raine v. McQuoid, 1830

equitable remedies Norton v. Johnstone, 1840

equity (see also contract, equitable rescission; equitable jurisdiction; injunction) Campbell v. McArthur and Oxley, 1820; Jones v. Knopwood, 1821; Short v. Berry, 1827; Doe dem. Manning v. Hipkiss, 1835; Mann v. Robson, 1839; Moffatt v. Stacey, 1840; Norton v. Johnstone, 1840; Attorney General v. Evans, 1841; Hall v. Borton, 1841; Holt v. Bryant, 1841; Hughes v. Quin, 1841; MacDermott v. Smart, 1841; Regan v. Webb, 1841; Chownk v. Chowne, 1842

equity and common law, separation of Lang v. McEachren, 1841

equity and good conscience Hughes v. Quin, 1841

equity judge, appointment of Pendray v. Greig, 1840

equity jurisdiction Pendray v. Greig, 1840
 

equity of redemption, sale of Ellison v. Kirk, 1834

equity procedure (see also civil procedure) Lord v. Dixon, 1828; Lord, executor of Short v. Berry, 1830; Chancery Practice, 1832; Dixon v. Harvey, Harvey and Murray, 1832;Perkins v. Macdonald and wife, and Jones, 1834; Thorpe v. Smith, 1834; Kinnerly v. Bigge, 1835; Middleton v. Taylor, 1837; Blackman v. Challinor, 1838; Russell v. Jones, 1838; Terry v. Howe; Terry v. Windeyer, 1838; Ex parte Pendray, 1839; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1847; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1848
 

equity procedure, delays Raine v. James, 1829

equity rules Raine v. James, 1829

equity, account stated Wilson v. Burdekin, 1838

equity, administration of In re Gurner, 1840

equity, comments on Sydney Herald on Abuses of Law, 1835

equity, damages not recoverable Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833

equity, delays in Dixon v. Harvey, Harvey and Murray, 1832; R. v. Nicholls, 1837

equity, inadequacy of legal remedies Castles v. Bucknell, 1837

equity, laches Lord v. Wentworth, 1832

equity, statute of limitations Eagar v. Hall, 1840

equity, those who seek must give Rapsey v. Riley, 1834

escape, right of R. v. Ryan, 1890

escaped prisoner R. v. Montgomery, 1857

escaped prisoner, assisting R. v. Castling, 1857

escaped prisoner, liability of constables R. v. Downs and Burns, 1852; R. v. Anderson and others, 1855; R. v. Rocks and others, 1857

established church of New South Wales R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1829

estate agency, commission Brenand v. Catteral, 1835

estate agent, complaints about Cox v. Baptist, 1841

estate agent, false advertisement by Cape v. McIntosh, 1835

estoppel Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831; Therry v. Wilson and Carew, 1833

Evan Holt v. Hadley, 1841

evidence (see also Aboriginal evidence; convict evidence; dying declaration)Payne v. Smithers, 1825; R. v. Adamson, 1825; R . v. Moloney, 1825; R. v. Donovan, 1824; Halloran v. Hall, 1826; R. v. Curtan and Ryan, 1826; R. v. Galvin, 1826; R. v. Gogarty and Keegan, 1827; R. v. Walsh, 1834; Stephens v. Stephen, 1834; Bryan v. Polack (No. 1), 1842;Chownk v. Chowne, 1842; Collins v. Elwyn, 1842; R. v. Jack, 1894

evidence, admission of documents Ready v. Brooks, 1833

evidence, affirmation R. v. Squires and McCourt, 1837

evidence, approver, see approver

evidence, as to character Corbett v. May, 1831

evidence, best evidence rule Doe dem. Smith v. Fleming, 1834

evidence, by affidavit Ashcroft & Co. v. Bryant & Co., 1838

evidence, by Governor R. v. Cooper, 1825

evidence, by party to action R. v. Hunt, 1832; Sullivan v. Rochester, 1833; Dunbar and others v. Thompson, 1835; Holmes v. Howard, 1842; Vaughan v. McRae, 1891

evidence, caution against self-incrimination R. v. Portley, 1859

evidence, competence of witness R. v. Vignell, 1828 Shannon v. Turner, 1831; McLeod v. Moore, 1832

evidence, confession Campbell v. Williams, 1821

evidence, corroboration R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834

evidence, dying declaration, see dying declaration

evidence, hearsay R. v. Nicholls, 1799; R. v. Donovan, 1824; Corbett v. May, 1831

evidence, hostile witness R. v. Halloran and Waldron, 1834

evidence, interpreter R. v. Long Jack, 1838

evidence, of riot R. v. McCarthy, 1836

evidence, medical R. v. Lyons, 1822

evidence, presumption of life Mitchell v. Eales, 1842

evidence, prior convictions R. v. White, 1834

evidence, provisional Hobbs v. Dangar, 1839

evidence, self incrimination R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808

evidence, spouse against spouse R. v. Russel, 1828

evidence, sworn testimony before the prisoner R. v. Bolden, 1841

evidence, view Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835

evidence, witness expenses Doe dem. Fielder v. Donovan, 1819

evidence, witnesses in England Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833

excise (see also taxation) James v. Balcombe, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; R. v. James, 1825

execution (see capital punishment)

execution of judgments, priority Terry v. Moran, 1835

F

Fagan, convicted of robbery R. v. Dougall, 1833

false advertising Cape v. McIntosh, 1835; Dent v. Lyons, 1841; Dent v. Lyons, 1842; Sheehan v. Stubbs, 1842; Smith v. Elyard, 1842

false arrest Hunt v. Duguid, 1841

false imprisonment Harris v. Kemp, 1799; Thompson v. McCarthy, 1804; Arkinstall v. Ferguson, 1806; Hook v. Paterson, 1810; The Governor v. Riggs, 1820; R. v. Mitchell (No. 1), 1825; Merrett v. Kenn, MacCleod and Butterworth, 1826; Adams v. Dawson, 1827; Broadbear and wife v. McArthur et al., 1827; McDowall v. Middleton, 1827;Nowlan v. Young, 1828; Bardsley v. Lockyer and Another, 1829; Roberts v. Moncrief, 1828; Thompson v. Willet, 1829; Ready v Macquoid, 1830; Roach v. Fitzpatrick, 1830; Cokely v. Simpson, 1831; England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; England v. Sandilands, 1831; Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Mackay v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831;Mackay v. Sandilands, 1831; Taylor v. Christie, 1831; Austin v. Biddle, 1832; Morris v. Evernden, 1832; Plaistowe v. Daley, 1832; McLaughlin v. Parrott, 1834; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835; Bean v. Faunce, 1837; Donnison v. Faunce, 1837; Moore v. Faunce, 1837; Taylor v. Stuart, 1837; Palmer v. Sloman, 1841; Ebden v. Willis, 1843; Hartley v. Dorsey, 1852

false imprisonment, self-defence Agar v. Holmes, 1851

false pretences, obtaining property by R. v. Taylor, 1818; R. v. Carr, 1855; R. v. Daly, 1857; R. v. Moore (No. 2), 1857; R. v. Brodrick, 1858; R. v. Williams, 1858

family law (see also separation deed between spouses) Mills v. Rowe, 1828; Soole v. Cooper, 1841

fee system of administration Eagar v. Field, 1820; R. v. Harper, 1826; R. v. Mackaness, 1828; Ex parte Hutchinson, In re Terry v. Meehan, 1830; Ready v Macquoid, 1830; Cavenagh v. Boucher, 1831; R. v. McQuade and others, 1831; Cavenagh v. Moran, 1833; In the estate of Bradbury, 1837; Re Manning, 1838

felony attaint (see also convict evidence) Cable v. Sinclair, 1788; Boston v. Laycock, 1795; Morris v. Lord, 1800; Doe dem Jenkins v. Pearce, 1818; Eagar v. de Mestre, 1820; Eagar v. Field, 1820; Eagar qui tam v. Manigault, 1821; R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; Hart v. Rowley, 1825; Polack v. Josephson, 1825; R. v. Dwyer, Kinnearm, Madden and Blewit, 1825; R. v. Wentworth, Campbell, and Dunn, 1825; R. v. Griffiths, 1826; In re Cave, 1826; R. v. Cable, 1826; Lyons v. Cave, 1827; Gannon v. Jobbins, 1828; Green v. Woodroffe, 1828; Levey v. Shields, 1828; R. v. Baker, 1828; Anonymous (No. 1), 1829; Bensley v. Stroud, 1829; Anonymous (No. 1), 1830; Chandler v. Eckford, 1830; Crawford v. Cullen, 1830; Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831; R. v Simms and others, 1831; R. v. Farrel, 1834  R v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831; R. v. O'Brien and others, 1831; R. v. Smith, 1831; Smithers v. Hodghen, 1831; Belcher v. Deneen, 1832; R. v. Harris and Piesnell, 1832;  Gilroy v. Mannix, 1833; R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; Conolly v. Flanagan, 1834; Davis v. Crispe, 1834; Davis v. Smith, 1834; Doe dem. Clark v. Smithers, 1834; McNamarra v. Wilson, 1834; R. v. Davis, 1834; Watkins v. Solomon, 1834; Fairs v. Barker, 1835; R. v. Fellows and Clayton, 1835; R. v. Hancock, 1835; Williams v. Hanson, 1835; Wild v. Driver, 1837; In re Roberts and Williams, 1838; In the estate of Dempsey, 1838; Kettle v. Stubbs, 1838; R. v. Gawenlock, 1838; R. v. Palmer, 1838; R. v. Ross, 1838;  Wild v. Driver, 1838; In re Mitchell, deceased, 1839; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1839; Somerville v. Hosking, 1839; In re White, 1840; Marcus v. Healey, 1840; R. v. Cummings, 1840

felony attaint, attachment of debts In re Hussey and McGrath, 1828

felony attaint, effect on marriage Underwood v. Ford, 1812

felony attaint, forfeiture of estates of felons In re Hussey and McGrath, 1828

felony attaint, impact on tickets of leave Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833

felony attaint, judicial attitude to Peek v. Hooper, 1841

felony attaint, legal practice Re Stephen, 1837

felony attaint, right to property R. v. Gallagher, 1837

felony attaint, ownership of goods R. v. Barker, 1830

felony attaint, right to property R. v. Laing, 1835; R. v. Gallagher, 1837

felony attaint, right to sit on jury (see also emancipists, right to sit on jury) Convict Assignment Opinion, 1827; Attainted Jurors Opinion, 1833; R. v. Cassidy and Bagley, 1835; R. v. Woodhead and others, 1835

felony murder rule R. v. Dwyer, Kinnearm Madden and Blewit, 1825 
 

felony, compounding R. v. Harrison, 1840
 

Female Factory Rowe v. Wilson 28 November, 1825; R. v. Baxter, 1827; R. v. Palmer and Palmer, 1827; R. v. Morgan and Fox, 1828; In re Jane New, 1829; R. v. Finch, 1830; In re Canney, 1831; R. v. Clarke, 1834; R. v. Richardson and Gunningham, 1834; Hay v. Gordon, 1835; R. v. Collins, 1835; O'Connell v Bell, 1839

fences, law of Donnison v. Sharpe, 1830

ferae naturae R. v. Fork, 1817; R. v. Lee, 1830

Field of Mars R. v. Clives, 1827; R. v. Forrester, Gibbon and Jones, 1834; R. v. Williams, Bayliss and others, 1835

Field J., personal litigation Eagar v. Field, 1820; Field v. McDonald, Marr and Rose, 1833

fieri facias Eagar v. Clarkson, 1813; Lord v. Harris and McLaren, 1813; Lord v. Campbell, 1822; R. v. Lansdowne, 1827; Taylor v. Mackaness, 1828; Lucas v. McQuoid, 1829; Ex parte Hutchinson, In re Terry v. Meehan, 1830; Cavenagh v. Boucher, 1831; In re Hart and Terry, 1832; McQuoid v. Hughes, 1832; Moore and Keith v. Macdonald, 1832; Rapsey v. Singleton, 1832; Roche v. Macquoid, 1832; Doe dem. Payne v. Ashby, 1834; Terry v. Brown, 1834; Henderson v. Macquoid, 1836; Loane v. Thrupp, 1836; Wentworth v. Macquoid, 1841; Ex parte Hunter, 1842; Forbes v. Gurner, 1842; Reynolds v. Hughes, 1842; Macdermott v. Develin, 1845; Hartenstein v. Brown, 1858; Forbes and others v. Owens, 1859

fieri facias, against land Jones v. Knopwood, 1821; Doe dem. Foster v. Sinclair, 1830; Hoskin v. McQuoid, 1830; McQuoid v. Lord, 1831; R. v. Macquoid, 1832; Rhode v. McQuoid, 1833; Doe dem. Walker v. Farley, 1834; In re Duggan, 1838

fieri facias, collusive sale De Mestre v. Ramplin, 1831

fieri facias, company shares Manning v. McVitie, 1833

fieri facias, costs of Macquoid v. Lamb, 1832

fieri facias, equity of redemption in land Ellison v. Kirk, 1834

fieri facias, failure of title Porter v. Macquoid, 1835

fieri facias, false return Klensendorlffe v. Macquoid, 1833

fieri facias, poundage Innis v. Macquoid, 1833

fieri facias, priority in time Hogan v. Brown, 1830; Terry v. Moran, 1835

fieri facias, procedure Terry, assignee of the Sheriff v. Hart, 1834

fieri facias, right to auction Macquoid v. Lamb, 1832

fieri facias, sale at undervalue Yeomans v. Smith, 1830; Ross v. Jones, 1842; Flanagan v. O'Sullivan, 1857

fieri facias, sale of debtor's interest only Porter v. Macquoid, 1835

Fiji Slater v. Underwood, 1811

fines, enforcement of In re Lihr, 1840

fines, recovery of R. v. Emerson, 1859

Fisher's ghost R. v. Worroll, 1827

flogging R. v. Barsby, 1788; R. v. Hatton and Cross, 1791

flogging, public R. v. Williams, 1829

food supplies in early colony R. v. Callaghan, 1789

Forbes C.J. and drafting of Australian Courts Act Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828

Forbes C.J. and Governor Darling, conflict between Broadbear and wife v. McArthur et al., 1827; Convict Assignment Opinion, 1827; Ex parte Wardell and Wentworth, 1827; In re Foster, 1827; Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 3), 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 4), 1827; Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828; R. v. Howe, 1828; R. v. Mackaness, 1828

Forbes C.J. and politics Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828

Forbes C.J. and republicanism Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828

Forbes C.J. and wigs Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828

Forbes C.J., attacks on Mudie v. Kinchela, 1840

Forbes C.J., attitude of Sydney Herald towards Speech to Jury, 1835; Opinion on Juries, 1836; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836; Wighton v. Howe, 1836

Forbes C.J., departure and retirement of R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836

Forbes C.J., felt he was in exile Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828

Forbes C.J., liberalism of R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827

Forbes C.J., Macarthur's complaints against R. v. Macarthur, 1828

Forbes C.J., on judicial duty R. v. Smith, 1833

Forbes C.J., opposed by Sydney Herald Crabb v. Booth, 1835

Forbes C.J., servants of R. v. Mandle, Tilley and Clawson, 1836

foreign attachment (see also absconding debtor) Levey v. Shields, 1827; Belcher v. Brown, 1828; Lee v. Macqueen, 1832; Eager v. Levey, 1833; De Mestre v. Hindson, 1835; Leslie v. Wilson, 1839; Fisher v. Wilson, 1840; Grose v. Polack, 1840; Gordon v. Boucher, 1841

foreign attachment, runaway trader Levey v. Shields, 1828

forgery R. v. McCarthy, 1796; R. v. Thompson, 1800; R. v. Lovell, 1805; James v. Thomas, 1811; R. v. Leary, 1816; R. v. Salter, 1818; R. v. Gilchrist, 1819; R. v. Adamson, 1825; R. v. Tresslove, 1825; R. v. Bryan, 1826; R. v. Madden, 1826; R. v. Moore and Reilly, 1826; R. v. Emerson, 1827; R. v. Hoyle, 1827; R. v. Langton, 1827; R. v. Redfern and Wells, 1827; Burke v. Troy, 1828; R. v. Troy and Bradley, 1828; R. v. Vignell, 1828; R. v. Sly, 1829; R. v. Fitch alias Knatchbull, 1832; R v Swainstone, 1832; Brown v. Dixon (No. 2), 1833; R. v. Spring and Marlow, 1834; R. v. Walsh, 1834; R. v. Welsh, 1834; R. v. Wilks, 1834; R. v. Dow or Lascelles, 1835; R. v. Laing, 1835; R. v. Thorp, 1836; R. v. Sullivan, 1839; R. v. Herbert, 1840; R. v. Stewart, 1840; R. v. White, 1840; R. v. Cannon, 1841; R. v. Mitchell, 1841; R. v. Montgomery, 1841; R. v. Connell, 1842; R. v. Crow, 1842; R. v. Jones, 1842; R. v. Corfield, 1850; R. v. O'Reilly, 1850; R. v. Wise, 1850; R. v. Phillips, 1851; R. v. Murphy, 1855; R. v. Gordon, 1856; R. v. McLeod, 1857
 

forgery, intent R. v. Kelly, 1834

forgery, mens rea R. v. Brier, 1829

forgery, Spanish dollars R. v. Madden, 1826; R. v. Hughes, 1827; R. v. Hewitt, 1831

forgery and uttering R. v. Turley, 1814; R. v. Mulligan, 1832; R. v. Wright, 1839; R. v. Howard, 1850; R. v. Gauken, 1851; R. v. Lyons, 1851; R. v. Walker, 1851; R. v. Smith and Dunsmore, 1855; R. v. Malveay, 1857; R. v. Nicholson, 1858; R. v. Thornton, 1859

forgery and uttering, bank notes R. v. Williams and others, 1821
 

forgery and uttering, evidence R. v. Carpenter, 1829

Fort Macquarie Ryan v. Wilson, 1839

fraud Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; R. v. Rum Johnny, 1815; Raphael v. Gore and Eagar, 1818; Campbell v. Williams, 1821; Fennell v. Graham, 1837; R. v. Kelly, 1837; R. v. Hodghen and Paten, 1838; Polack v. Wilson, 1839; Lyons v. Lefevre, 1841; R. v. McDermott, 1841; R. v. Roemer, 1841; R. v. Martin, 1854

fraud, by court official R. v. Jones, 1841

fraud, judgment obtained by Jackson v. Fagan, 1833

freemasonry R. v. Roberts, 1839

fresh evidence Berry v. Lord, 1825; Osborne v. Lord, 1825; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1834

frontier law Mackay v. Sandilands, 1831

furniture Stephen v. Lyons, 1835

G

gambling Guise v. Klensendorlffe, 1827; Hartley v. Shadforth, 1833; Welsh v. Ximines, 1841

gambling debts, enforcement of McDermott v. McDermott, 1840

gambling, defence of Morgan v. Jones, 1834

gambling, illegal R. v. Schofield, 1838

gambling, in public house R. v. Creek,1838

Gammon R v. Martin, 1840

gaol delivery R. v. Stewart, 1831; Gaol delivery, 1842

garnishee proceedings, see attachment of debts

gentleman, criminal prosecution of R. v. Field, 1838

gentleman, meaning of Maughan v. Brown, 1837

gentlemanly conduct Howe v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835; Betts v. Hughes, 1838; Faunce v. Cavenagh, 1838; R. v. Catterall, 1838; Carrington v. Hogue, 1840; Mudie v. Kinchela, 1840; R. v. Boyd, 1840; R. v. Boyd, 1841; R. v. Snodgrass, 1841; Wilson v. Christie, 1841

Georges River Nash v. Purcell, 1828

ghosts R. v. Badderly and Howard, 1828

gibbet  (see capital punishment, gibbet)

gifts Lyons v. Lyons, 1833

goods sold and delivered Kelly v. Clarkson, 1813; Lord v. Atkins, 1813; Cullen v. Mannix, 1825; Thompson, Foreman and Son v. Raine, 1825; Levey v. Bennett, 1826; Brown v. Mannix, 1828; Wood v. Lee, 1829; Jones v. Howe, 1831; Terry v. Brown, 1834; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835; Oliver v. Terry, 1837; Hughes and another v. Davis, 1838; Sharp v. Robinson, 1839; Heley v. Mocatta, 1842; Rust v. Johnson, 1842; Powers v. Savary, 1851; Burgess v. Gammie, 1852; Ivory v. Walmsley, 1858; Warry v. Tooth, 1858; Bulgin v. McCabe, 1859

goods, title to R. v. Elliot and Smith, 1834; R. v. Smart, 1834; Terry v. Brown, 1834

Gosford Dent v. Lyons, 1841; Hadd v. Peek, 1841; Lyons v. Lefevre, 1841; Dent v. Lyons, 1842; R. v. Reynolds, 1842

Goulburn Plains R. v. Tunney and Durand, 1833

Goulburn R. v. Dougall, 1833; Bradley v. Shipley, 1840

Governor Darling, conflict with W.C. Wentworth Cavenagh v. Wentworth, 1837

Governor Phillip, evidence by R. v. Callaghan, 1789

Governor's Aide de Camp R. v. Catterall, 1837

Governor's Court, jurisdiction Marsden v. Howe, 1818

Governors' law making powers Campbell v. Rossi, 1829

Governors' Orders Marsden v. Lawson and Douglass, 1823

Governors' Orders, validity Nash v. Purcell, 1828

Grand Jury Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827; Ex parte Wentworth, in re Mansfield, 1829; Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835; Ex parte Ingless, in re Wilson, 1837; R. v. Donnison, 1837

Grand Jury, Supreme Court acting as R. v. Boyd, 1840

groats (see imprisonment for debt, maintenance) 

guarantee Town v. White, 1833; Hughes v. Quinn, 1837; Turner v. O'Ferral, 1838; Roemar v. Polack, 1844

guardianship In re Curtis, 1832

guardianship and maintenance of children Atkinson v. Barton, 1841

Gundaroo Walker v. Hughes, 1839; In re Campbell, 1840; R. v. Bradley, 1840

Gunning R v. Kirk, 1840

Gwyder River R. v. Sandy, 1839

H

habeas corpus In re King, 1824; R. v. Johnson, 1824; R. v. M'Ara, 1825; R. v. Tindal, 1826; In re Byrne et al., 1827; In re Foster, 1827; In re Harris, 1827;  In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; In re Mahony, 1828; In re Clarke, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Baxter, 1829; Ex parte England, Mackay and Coomber, 1830;England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; In re Canney, 1831; R. v. Kelly,  1831; In re Stone, 1832; Storey v. Storey, 1832; Ex parte Lacelles; in re Dickson, 1833; In re Harrison, 1833; In re Maher, 1834; R. v. Nicholls, 1837; In re Hallett, 1841; R. v. Betts, 1841; Re Carrington, 1842; R. v. Hill, 1843; R. v. Kirrup, 1845; R. v. Ningollibin, 1845;In re Penson, 1857; In re Frost, 1853; Taylor v. Taylor, 1855

hairdressing Sharp v. Robinson, 1839

Hall, Edward Scott Hall v. O'Brien, 1840

handwriting, proof of Lyons v. Raine, 1831

harassment Raine v. Jackson, 1833

harbouring, secreting, countenancing R. v. Geary, 1821

Hassan's Walls R. v. Mothershead, 1838; R. v. Maloney and Reid, 1838; R. v. Hogarty, 1839

hat making R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834

Hawkesbury River R. v. Butler, 1826

hearsay (see evidence, hearsay)

highway robbery R. v. Bowerman and others, 1820; R. v. Kinsela and Chamberlain, 1820;R. v. Stachbury and others, 1820; R. v. Geary, 1821; R. v. Marsden, 1821; R. v. Lugg and Connor, 1822; ; R. v. Reading, 1822; R. v. Connolly and Fairless, 1826; R. v. Cook and Curry, 1826; R. v. Jones (No. 1), 1826; R. v. Moore and Reilly, 1826; R. v. Watts and Adams, 1827; R. v. Baker, 1828; R. v. Johnson, 1828; R. v. Johnson, Smith and Gilroy, 1828; R. v. Morgan, 1828; R. v. Regan, 1829; R. v. Webber, 1831; R. v. Crawford, 1832; R. v. Hipple, Darbyshire and Hyam, 1832; R. v. Ryan, Troy, Smith and Anderson, 1832; R. v. Beard and Richardson, 1833; R. v. Burn, 1833; R. v. Butler, McFarlane, Knox and Cullen, 1833; R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; R. v. Jeffries and Pearce, 1833; R. v. Kaines, 1833;  R. v. Cullen, Doyle and Murphy, 1834; R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834; R. v. Fowler and others, 1835; R. v. Lego'me, 1835; R. v. Castles and Sherwin, 1836; R. v. Clarke, Goodyear and others, 1837; R. v. Greg, 1836; R. v. Stokes, Bright and Sloper, 1838; R. v. Fitzpatrick, 1839; R. v. Perrott, 1839; R. v. Smith, 1840; R. v. Murphy, 1851
 

highway robbery, difference from larceny R. v. McAlister and Fordham, 1831

highway robbery, elements of R. v. Fuller and others, 1838

highway robbery, female defendant R. v. Smith, Kelly and Kaine, 1826; R. v. Hipple, Darbyshire and Hyam, 1832

highway robbery, sentencing discretion R. v. Fisher, 1835

highway, obstruction of (see also right of way by prescription)Parnell v. Small, 1832;Plaistowe v. Daley, 1832; Sempill v. Lethbridge, 1833

highways Kenney v. Byrne, 1834

highways, when public Sempill v. Lethbridge, 1833

homeopathy Besomo v. Keating, 1895

homosexual, attack on R. v. Hayden, 1835

homosexuality (see sodomy)

horse, misuse of Gill v. Brookes, 1858

horse, neglect of Marsh v. Julian, 1805

horse racing Hartley v. Shadforth, 1833; Howe v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835

housebreaking (see breaking and entering)

household goods, value of Stephen v. Lyons, 1835

Howe, George, property of Howe v. Underwood and Robinson, 1832

hulk R. v. Griffiths, 1826; R. v. Lynch, 1827; R. v. Walton et al., 1827; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; Transportation Opinion, 1829; Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Mackay v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; R. v. Herring, Lahey and Lawless, 1834; R. v. Kyne, 1834

hulk, escape from R. v. Weatherwiche, 1835

hulk, Supreme Court rules concerning Ex parte England, Mackay and Coomber, 1830

Hunter River R. v. Boatman or Jackass and Bulleye, 1832; R. v. Needham, 1833; Doe dem. Jones v. Macdougall, 1839; McLoughlan v. Jones, 1840

Hunter's Hill Hall v. Borton, 1841
 

Hyde Park Barracks In re Harris, 1827; Whitfield v. Caswell, 1837

I

identity, proof of R. v. Welsh, 1834

Illawarra R. v. McGregor and Maloney, 1834; R. v. Lynch, 1841; Kennedy v. Massagori, 1842

immigrant ship, conditions on R. v. Tibbs, 1841

immigration Buckley v. Appel, 1859

implied contract (see contract, implied; warranty, implied)

import duties (see also customs duties; excise; taxation) James v. Balcombe, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; R. v. James, 1825; R. v. Harper, 1826

impounded animals Nash v. Purcell, 1828; Honey v. Blake, 1829; Merritt v. Galloway, 1830; R. v. Dwyer, 1852

imprisonment for debt Boston v. Laycock, 1795; Palmer v. Jones, 1796; Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; Thompson v. McCarthy,1804; Gavin v. Tims, 1821; In re Cave, 1826;Spark v. Josephson, 1826; R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827; Applicability of Criminal Laws Opinion, 1828; In re Broadbent, 1828; In re Hazard, 1828; In re Mahony, 1828; Lord v. Dixon, 1828; R. v. Raine, Lee and Kemp, 1828; Bensley v. Stroud, 1829; Cavenagh v. Pendeay, 1829; In re Shelly, 1829; Neely v. Rowley, 1829; Stephen v. Joyce, 1829;Ready v Macquoid, 1830; Roach v. Fitzpatrick, 1830; Sampson v. Singleton, 1830;Vowels v. Gough, 1830; R. v. Pearce, 1832; Raine v. Jackson, 1833; Conolly v. Flanagan, 1834; R. v. Poignand, 1836; R. v. Onions, 1837; Turner v. O'Ferral, 1838; In re Bent, 1840; In re Brown, 1840; In re Campbell, 1840; In re Ewart, 1840; In re Meredith, 1840; McDermott v. McDermott, 1840; Pearson v. Baker, 1840; Walford v. Green, 1840; Ex parte Robinson, in re Smith v. Goodwin, 1841; Gilchrist v. Hart, 1841;Hunt v. Duguid, 1841; In re Bullett, 1841; In re Hallett, 1841; In re McKeon, 1841;Jones v. Jarvis, 1841; Kennedy v. Gorey, 1841; Peacock v. Mackie, 1841; Peek v. Hooper, 1841; Plomer v. Brown, 1841; Sherwin v. Green, 1841; Welsh v. Ximines, 1841;Kennedy v. Massagori, 1842; Solomon v. Lee, 1843

imprisonment for debt, abolition of In re Doyle, 1839; Donaldson v. Coombes, 1840; Ex parte Hunter, 1842

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

imprisonment for debt, bail Hughes v. Singleton, 1832

imprisonment for debt, campaign to abolish In re Clegg, 1829

imprisonment for debt, Crown debt Attorney General v. Abercrombie, 1841

imprisonment for debt, costs Briggs v. Humphrey, 1838

imprisonment for debt, detainer Ex parte Dillon, 1838

imprisonment for debt, escape In re Blackman and others, 1831; Kettle v. Macquoid, 1841

imprisonment for debt, maintenance Anonymous (No. 2), 1829; In re Roach, 1829; Stephen v. Joyce, 1831; In re Walker, 1832; Moore and Keith v. Macdonald, 1832

imprisonment for debt, mesne process (see also absconding debtor)  Ex parte McKey; in re Nelson, 1832; Tooth v. Hirst; Hyland v. Hirst, 1838; Nathan v. Legg, 1841

imprisonment for debt on mesne process, judicial attitude to Amner v. Duck, 1840

imprisonment for debt, opposition to Brown v. McLeod, 1831

imprisonment for debt, rules Imprisonment for debt, rules, 1834; In re Salmon, 1840; In re Hazlehurst, 1841; Re Carrington, 1842

imprisonment for debt, satisfaction of judgment Moore and Keith v. Macdonald, 1832

imprisonment for debt, voluntary escape Dickens v. Macquoid, 1829; Lyons v. Macquoid, 1835; Weston v. Fattorini, 1837

in forma pauperis (see also legal aid) In the estate of Pugh, 1826; R. v. White, Leary and Price, 1828; Ex parte Smith, in re Sheehy, 1835; R. v. Wilson and Windeyer, 1838

indebitatus count Kirby v. Hughes, 1842

indemnity bond Solomon v. Lee, 1843

India The Governor v. Browne, 1819

indictments R. v. Bates 8 April, 1825; Criminal procedure case 3 October, 1825; R. v. Best 7 July, 1826; R. v. Hogarty, How, Bailey and Laragy 4 March, 1826; R. v. Mustin and Brown 4 October, 1826; R. v. Short 29 May, 1826; R. v. Reynolds, 1827; R. v. Kelly (No. 3), 1828; R. v. Bensley, 1828; R. v. White, Leary and Price, 1828; R. v. Pickering and Baxter, 1829; R. v. Webber, 1831; R. v. Peters, 1832; Gallagher v. Powis, 1834

indictments, error in R. v. Guyse, 1828; R. v. Ryley, 1830; R. v. Brown, 1831; R. v. Lucas and England, 1831; R. v. Moore and others, 1831; R. v. Toole, 1831; R. v. Smith and Fuller, 1832; R. v. Dickenson, 1833; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; R. v. Dow or Lascelles, 1835; R. v. Davies, 1837; R. v. Moore, 1837; R. v. Jones, 1838

industrial action (see also convict ship, strike on; strike) R. v. Fox, Keskin, Lain, Knight, Eldridge, Farrow, Davis, Simpson and Browne, 1825; R. v. Anderson, Davis and others, 1832; R. v. Firth and others, 1832

infancy (see also children, civil liability of) Wood v. Lee, 1829; In re Curtis, 1832; Miller v. Brett, 1832; Pendray v. Nichols, 1834; In re Wilson and Wife, 1835; Piper v. Beattie, 1837; Doe dem. Green v. Solomon, 1838

infancy, accounts In re Johnstone, 1842

infancy, claim for necessities Brooks and Collins v. Davidson, 1832

infancy, equitable jurisdiction Blackman v. Challinor, 1838

infanticide R. v. Macarthy and others, 1835; R. v. Guthrie, 1838; R. v. Macintosh, 1838;R. v. Henry, 1839; R. v. Atkin, 1840; R. v. Lloyd, 1840; R. v. Lamb, 1841; R. v. Mackenzie, 1841; R. v. Pattison, 1841

informations R. v. Hall (No. 7), 1829; R. v. McIntyre, 1833

informations, error in R. v. Bowen, 1831; R. v. Butler, McFarlane, Knox and Cullen, 1833;McGuigan v. Hanslow and wife, 1835

injunction Ex parte Mathews, 1827; Lord v. Dixon, 1828; Short v. Berry and Woolstencraft, 1828; Raine v. James, 1829; Raine v. McQuoid, 1830; Therry v. Wilson and Carew, 1833; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 1), 1833; Thorpe v. Smith, 1834; Blue v. Lavender, 1835; Hartwell v. Campbell, 1836; Castles v. Bucknell, 1837; Sparke v. Weller, 1837; Ex parte Pendray, 1839; Ex parte Whickers, 1839; Leslie v. Wilson, 1839;O'Connell v Bell, 1839; Gosling v. Dutton, 1841; Lang v. McEachren, 1841; Sherwin v. Edwards, 1841; McAdam v. Long, 1859
 

injunction, contract Cooper v. Terry and another, 1829

injunction, goods Kiesar v. Diflo, 1859

injunction, interlocutory Busby v. Taylor, 1833

injunction, mandatory Chambers v. Pawley, 1833

injunction, nuisance Munn v. Bettington, 1831

injunction, requirements of Ex parte Hughes, 1839
 

inn keeper's liability McLean v. Blackett, 1834; Huntley v. Crisp, 1839

insanity (see also lunacy) In re Johnstone, 1829; R. v. Blake, 1832; R. v. Collins, 1835; In the estate of Hawkins, 1837; Bullivant v. Ikin, 1838; R. v. Morris, 1839; R. v. Robertson, 1842; R. v. Saw, 1842; R. v. Denham, 1850; R. v. Mackenzie, 1853; R. v. Moyes, 1855

insanity, act done during dream R. v. Tabee, 1841

insanity, defence of R. v. Charland, 1824; R. v. Miller, 1828; R. v. Macmanus, 1829; R. v. Cordell, 1838; R. v. Flannigan, 1838; R. v. Hammond, 1838; R. v. Stewart, 1840

insanity, fitness to plead R. v. Chigwidden, 1857; R. v. Chamberlain, 1858

insolvency Pitt v. Biggers,1808; Campbell v. Cox, 1822; Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Belcher v. Brown, 1828; In re Broadbent, 1828; In re Campbell, 1828; In re Hazard, 1828; In re Mahony, 1828; In re Massere, 1828; McVitie v. Maziere, 1828; Neely v. Rowley, 1829; James v. Raine, 1830; Vowles v. Gough, 1830; Brown v. McLeod, 1831; In re Blackman, 1831; Smith v. Mellish, 1831; Girard v. Terry, 1832; Moore and Keith v. Macdonald, 1832; Terry v. Inglis, 1833; Terry v. Brown, 1834; Brown v. Raine, 1835; In re Raine, 1835; Ex parte McDermott, 1839; In re Doyle, 1839; Brady v. Williamson, 1840; Grose v. Polack, 1840; Hart v. Metcalfe, 1840; In re Brown, 1840; In re Campbell, 1840; In re Ewart, 1840; In re Hill, 1840; In re Lihr, 1840; In re Meredith, 1840; In re Salmon, 1840; In re Whitehead, 1840; Insolvency Rules, 1840; Walford v. Green, 1840; Clancey v. Singdon, 1841; Ferris v. Kingsbury, 1841; Gilchrist v. Hart, 1841; Hart v. Mackie, 1841; In re Anderson, 1841; In re Bullett, 1841; In re Hallett, 1841; In re Hazlehurst, 1841; In re Low, 1841; In re McKeon, 1841; Jones v. Jarvis, 1841; Jones v. Raye, 1841; Kennedy v. Gorey, 1841; Kettle v. Macquoid, 1841; Lyons v. Girard, 1841; Peacock v. Mackie, 1841; Peek v. Anderson, 1841; Peek v. Guist, 1841; Peek v. Hooper, 1841; Peek v. Magrane, 1841; Plomer v. Brown, 1841; Robinson v. McLaughlin, 1841; Sherwin v. Green, 1841; Welsh v. Ximines, 1841; Kennedy v. Massagori, 1842; Robinson v. McLaughlin, 1842; Russell v. Neilson, 1842; In re Brennand, 1843; In re Gordon, 1844; Johnson v. Bank of Australia, 1844; In re Goodwin, 1850; In re Solomon, 1850; Re Insolvency Estate of John Sullivan, 1858; Bank of Australasia v. Harris, 1859
 

insolvency, attorney's costs Unwin v. Wood, 1832

insolvency, costs of administration In re Hovenden, 1850

insolvency, debts in Van Diemen's Land Act McDougall v. Mackay, 1832

insolvency, deed of arrangement Campbell v. Macquoid, 1838

insolvency, deed of composition Hughes v. Solomon, 1832

insolvency, distinguished from bankruptcy Melville v. Smith, 1838

insolvency, effect on contract R. v. Lucas and Payne, 1828

insolvency, fraud Josephson v. Levey, 1827

insolvency, gambling McDermott v. McDermott, 1840

insolvency, imprisonment In re Ravenscroft, 1850

insolvency, insolvent estate McCabe v. Goode, 1859

insolvency, military officer In re Jackson, 1830

insolvency, partnership In re Quigley and Son, 1831

insolvency, procedure In re Lucas, 1828

insolvency, repeal of legislation In re Clegg, 1829; In re Smith, 1829

insolvency, refusal to produce accounts Re Carrington, 1842

insolvency, sham plea In re Bent, 1840

insolvency, surgeon Lyons v. Neilson, 1841

insolvency, women In re Smith, 1829

insurance, marine Tooth v. Campbell, 1835; Porter v. Jones, 1839; Simmons v. Lamb, 1840
 

interference with contract Henry v. Eagar, 1821; Goodwin v. Lamb and Parbury, 1835

interpleader Dixon v. Harvey, Harvey and Murray, 1832; Girard v. Windeyer and Searle, 1838

interpreters (see also Aboriginal interpreters) R. v. de Grassa, 1809

intestacy Doe dem. Riley v. Campbell and Walker, 1829; Donovan, administratrix of Donovan  v. Jones, 1835

intoxication (see drunkenness)

intrusion R. v. Payne, 1830; R. v. Girard, 1831; R. v. West, 1831

intrusion, on crown land R. v. West, 1832

Invermain Leech v. Chivers, 1840

Ireland, political trials R. v. Monkey and others, 1835

Irish law, relevance in New South Wales R. v. Sandy, 1839

Irish political prisoner Hogan v. Hely, 1831

iron gang, conditions in R. v. Maloney and Reid, 1838

J

James Ring case Marsden v. Lawson and Douglass, 1823

Jane New's case R. v. Hall (No. 8), 1829; In re Jane New, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 3), 1829; Hall v. Rossi, 1830

judge in own cause Walker v. Scott (No. 2), 1826; R. v. Hall (No. 6), 1829; In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; Ex parte Buchanan, 1839

judge, challenge to impartiality of R. v. Macarthur, 1808; R. v. Kelly, 1851

judge, criminal defendant R. v. Thompson, 1836

judges, criticism of R. v. Macarthur, 1808; R. v. Tougher, 1839

judge, formerly counsel in same case Walker v. Hughes, 1839

judgments, meaning of Macarthur v. Smart, 1843

judgments, revival of old Loane v. Thrupp, 1836

judgments, when stale Moore and Keith v. Macdonald, 1832

judicial competence, Collins J.A. R. v. Marshall, 1795

judicial competency R. v. Marshall, 1801

judicial independence In re Byrne et al., 1827; In re Foster, 1827

judicial notice Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833

judicial notice, Acts of Legislative Council R. v. Payne, 1829

judicial notice, capital punishment of plaintiff Charleton v. Eckford, 1829

judicial notice, legislation Nash v. Purcell, 1828

judicial review of legislation (see also repugnance to English law) Nash v. Purcell, 1828; R. v. Hayes, 1829; R. v. Hall, 1830; Ex parte Buchanan, 1839

judiciary, attacks on Atkins v. Harris, 1799

juries, former slaves to be members of? Wighton v. Howe, 1836

juror's oath of secrecy Rowe v. Wilson, 1825

jurors, emancipists as (see emancipists, right to sit on jury)

jurors, non attendance by In re Bunn, 1832; R. v. McDermot, 1840

jury members, examination by R. v. Curry and Wilkinson, 1825

jury of matrons R. v. Davis, 1789; R. v. McGregor and Maloney, 1834

 

jury trial In re King, 1824; Mitchell v. Howe, 1825; R. v. Cooper, 1825; R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; R. v. Charland, 1824; R. v. Sheriff of New South Wales, 1825; R. v. Wentworth, Campbell, and Dunn, 1825; Convict Assignment Opinion, 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1828; R. v. Reilley, 1828; R. v. Troy and Bradley, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1829; R. v. Hayes, 1829; Hall v. Hely, 1830; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Hall v. Rossi, 1830; Hayes v. Hely, 1830; In re McLaren, 1830; R. v. Hall, 1830; In re Bunn, 1832; Levy v. Long, 1832 ; Wilkinson v. Lamb, 1832; Attainted Jurors Opinion, 1833; Ex parte Wilson, Windeyer and Slade, 1834; R. v. Police Magistrates of Sydney, 1834; R. v. Hall, 1836; R. v. Hogarty, 1839; R. v. Perrott, 1839; Address to Jury, 1840; R. v. Harrison, 1840; R. v. McDermot, 1840; Howson v. Stephens, 1835; Bell v. Pearce, 1854

jury trial, abolition of military juries R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1839

jury trial, address to jury R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1839

jury trial, disagreement R. v. Grieves, 1839

jury trial, emancipists (see emancipists, right to sit on jury)trial by jury, first at Moreton Bay R. v. Stanley, 1850

jury trial, lawyers as jurors Mannon v. Nicholson, 1834

jury trial, military jury Dowling C.J., on Trial by Jury, 1839; R. v. Tougher, 1839

jury trial, sick juror R. v. Portley, 1859

jury trial, witness a juror R. v. Booth, 1850

jury verdict, ambiguity of R. v. Hughes and others, 1837

jury verdict, judge criticises R. v. Mandle, Tilley and Clawson, 1836

jury verdict, contrary to law R. v. Payne, 1830

jury verdict, doubts about R. v. Hallam, 1852

jury verdict, judge's doubts about R. v. Smith, 1833

jury, address to R. v. Humphreys, 1840; R. v. Kirk, 1840; R. v. Davidson, 1841; Speech to Jury (1), 1841; Speech to Jury (2), 1841; Speech to Jury (3), 1841

jury, appeal against verdict (see appeals, against verdict)

jury, challenge to R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 4), 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 6), 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 7), 1829; R. v. Hayes, 1829; R. v. Cavenagh, Chesterfield and Sergeant, 1834; R. v. Davis, 1834; Stephens v. Stephen, 1834; R. v. White, 1835; Mudie v. Howe, 1836; R. v. Portley, 1859; Horwitz v. Horwitz, 1884

jury, challenging the verdict R. v. Cummings, 1840

jury, choice of Wighton v. Howe, 1836

jury, civil, choice of R. v. White, 1835

jury, corruption Rowe v. Wilson, 1825

jury, deciders of law or fact Attorney General v. Smyth, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833; R. v. Cassidy and Bagley, 1835; R. v. Hay, 1835 Grand Jury, R. v. Boyd, 1840

jury, dispute among R. v. Reilley, 1828

jury, doubts about verdict R. v. McGregor and Maloney, 1834; R. v. Smith, 1833

jury, hung jury R. v. Maclousky, 1824; R. v. Watts and Adams, 1827; R. v. Dixon, 1833; R. v. Smith, 1837

jury, improper remarks by Taylor v. Christie, 1831

jury, interference with R. v. Douglass, 1838

jury, judge's influence on R. v. Ambling, 1838

jury, judgment contrary to its verdict R. v. Payne, 1830

jury, military R. v. Lowe, 1827; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 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. Hayes, 1829; R. v. Wright, 1829; Hall v. Rossi, 1830; R. v. Finney, 1833

jury, military, choice of R. v. White, 1835

jury, military, whether a jury R. v. Sullivan, 1832

jury, misbehaviour of Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835

jury, rejection of judge's advice R. v. Beane, 1835

jury, right to decide matters of law R. v. Hall, 1834

jury, special Hall v. Scougal, 1840

jury, speech to Speech to Jury, 1835; R. v. Cordell, 1838

K

Kinchela J., appointment of R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836

Kinchela J., attacks on Mudie v. Kinchela, 1840

Kinchela J., gives evidence Donnison v. Faunce, 1837

King's Plains R. v. Galley, 1839

Kissing Point Parnell v. Small, 1832; R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834

Kurrajong R. v. Harper, 1840

L

laches Berry v. Lord, 1825; Anonymous (No. 2), 1829; Buchanan v. Keith, 1829; Weller v. Campbell, 1830; Noble v. Cotton, 1831; Dixon v. Harvey, Harvey and Murray, 1832;Lord v. Wentworth, 1832; R. v. Macquoid, 1832; Bloodsworth v. Weston, 1833; Salmon v. Leary, 1835; Loane v. Thrupp, 1836; Middleton v. Taylor, 1837; Weston v. Fattorini, 1837; Ex parte Pendray, 1839; Norton v. Johnstone, 1840

Lachlan River R. v. Billy, 1840

Lake Bathurst R. v. Cook, 1838

Lake George Park v. Kenny, 1834; R. v. Adams, 1837

land, conveyancing Solomon v. Simmons, 1840

land, damage to Miller v. Reibey, 1813

land, liability for debts Hoskin v. McQuoid, 1830

land, sold for sugar Underwood v. Ogburn, and Warren's Executrix, 1823 
 

land grants (see land law, Crown grants)

land law (see also conveyancing; Court of Claims; specific performance) Rouse v. Garthside, 1810; James v. Thomas, 1811; Quin v. Doyle, 1811; Sanders v. Jones, 1814; Jones v. Knopwood, 1821; R. v. Cooper, 1825

land law, adverse possession Blower v. Larkin, 1833; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835

land law, colonial customs R. v. Steele, 1834

land law, conditional Crown grant Jones v. Knopwood, 1821; Doe dem. Ennis v. Conway, 1822; Underwood v. Ogburn, and Warren's Executrix, 1823; Nixon v. Bartley, 1831

land law, conditional title Crossley v. Edwards et al., 1804

land law, conflicting Crown grants Davis v. Kerr, 1829

land law, conveyancing, see conveyancing

land law, Crown grant Crossley v. Edwards et al., 1804; James v. Thomas, 1811; Jones v. Knopwood, 1821; R. v. Payne, 1830; R. v. West, 1831 Munn v. Bettington, 1832; R. v. West, 1832; Martin v. Munn, 1833; Doe dem. Hall v. Matthews, 1841

land law, Crown grant, breach of condition Jones v. Knopwood, 1821; Chisholm and Cooper v. Kirby and wife, 1832

land law, Crown grant, cancellation of Doe dem. Terry v. Robinson, 1838

land law, Crown grant, by Governor Macquarie Howe v. Underwood and Robinson, 1832;Doe dem. Unwin v. Salter, 1833

land law, Crown grant, informality R. v. Steele, 1834

land law, Crown grant, validity of R. v. Steele, 1834

land law, Crown land R. v. Steele, 1834; O'Connell v Bell, 1839

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

land law, Crown the beneficial owner since settlement R. v. Steele, 1834

land law, equitable title Marks v. Carney, 1842

land law, forcible possession Greece v. Bullivant and another, 1838; Kettle v. Stubbs, 1838

land law, fraudulent sale Foss and Lloyd v. Murphy, 1842; Macdermott v. Smart, 1842;Watt v. Duncan, 1842

land law, inchoate right Munn v. Bettington, 1831

land law, informal title Underwood v. Ogburn, and Warren's Executrix, 1823; Doe dem. Byrne v. O'Dwyer, 1841

land law, mortgage Lascelles v. Kemp and Gatehouse, 1821

land law, origin of titles R. v. Steele, 1834

land law, possessory title Blower v. Larkin, 1833

land law, registered title Doe dem. Smith v. Fleming, 1834

land law, repugnance to English law Williams v. Campbell, 1838

land law, rights of Crown Doe dem. Howarth and others v. Elder and others, 1837

land law, squatting Martin v. Munn, 1833; R. v. Steele, 1834; R. v. Sandy, 1839

land law, support to land Wilson and another v. Grose, 1837

land law, title (see also permissive occupancy)  R. v. Cooper, 1825; Bushel v. Rose, 1827;Brown v. Alexander, 1828; Busby v. Rowe, 1828; Donnison v. Sharpe, 1830; R. v. Payne, 1830; R. v. Girard, 1831; R. v. West, 1831; Howe v. Underwood and Robinson, 1832; Doe dem. Unwin v. Salter, 1833; Ex parte McPherson, 1833; Loane v. Perry, 1833; Therry v. Wilson and Carew, 1833; Thompson v. Balfour, 1833; Wilson v. Bray, 1833; Bingle v. James, 1834; Davis v. Balsover, 1834; Doe dem. Payne v. Ashby, 1834;Doe dem. Robinson and Hughes v. Nott, 1834; Doe dem. Walker v. Farley, 1834; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Doe dem. Smith v. Beeson and Weeden, 1835; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835; Jones v. Moore, 1836; Solomon v. Talbot, 1836; Mackaness qui tam v. Wills and others, 1837; Piper v. Beattie, 1837; Bullivant v. Ikin, 1838; Doe dem. Cooper v. Levy, 1838; Doe dem. Green v. Solomon, 1838; Russell v. Jones, 1838;Deering v. Hancock, 1839; Doe dem. Jones v. Macdougall, 1839; Doe dem. O'Connell v. Pye, 1839; Ex parte Whickers, 1839; Lewis v. Klensendorlffe, 1839; O'Connell v Bell, 1839; Doe dem. Dowdell v. Roe, 1840; Doe dem. Howell v. Kennedy, 1840; Doe dem. Taylor v. Little, 1840; Holt v. Hadley, 1841; MacDermott v. Smart, 1841; Anderson v. MacNamara, 1859
 

land law, title by prescription R. v. West, 1831; Kenney v. Byrne, 1834; R. v. Steele, 1834;Doe dem. Howarth and others v. Elder and others, 1837

land law, title on marriage Doe dem Jenkins v. Pearce, 1818

land law, title, prescriptive right Pike v. Bates, 1832

land law, title, proof of Munn v. Bettington, 1832; R. v. West, 1832; Wilson v. Tarlington, 1832; Little v. Larkham, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833; Purcell v. Brooks, 1833; Ready v. Brooks, 1833; Doe dem. Terry v. Robinson, 1838

land law, title, squatting run Frewin v. Kinghorne and another, 1837; Williams v. Campbell, 1838; Hallen v. King, 1839; Keyes v. Smith, 1839; Scott v. Dight, 1839

land law, trespass Hand v. Forster, 1840
 

land law, trespass to squatting run Williams v. Campbell, 1838

land law, trusts Dissolution of Trusts Opinion, 1831

land law, waste Ex parte Whickers, 1839

land sale Dent v. Lyons, 1841; Fisher v. Yeomans, 1841; Hadd v. Peek, 1841; Lyons v. Isler, 1841; Lyons v. Lefevre, 1841; Lyons v. Reynolds, 1841; Smith v. Elyard, 1842

land sale, breach of contract Jones v. Knopwood, 1821

Lane Cove R. v. McCarthy, 1836

Lang, John Dunmore Cory v. Munro, 1835; Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835

Lang, Rev. Dr., attitude to smoking and drinking Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836

Lansdowne Bridge R. v. Walker, Barlow and Jackson, 1834; R. v. Fowler and others, 1835

Lapstone Hill R. v. Stokes, Bright and Sloper, 1838

larceny (see also stealing) R. v. Gordon, 1789; Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; R. v. Radcliff and Jones, 1825; R. v. Wardell and M'Kenna, 1825; R. v. West, 1825; R. v. Donnelly and Redmond, 1827; R. v. Kelly (No. 1) , 1828; R. v. Baxter, 1829; R. v. Hackett, Foley, Donoghue, Kanes and Sweeny, 1829; R. v. Lewis and others, 1832; R. v. Smith and Akers, 1834; R. v. Fitzpatrick, 1839; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1839; R. v. Weare, 1841

larceny by bailee R. v. Laurie, 1826; R. v. Ashcroft and Doyle, 1826

larceny by servants R. v. Curry and Wilkinson, 1825; R. v. Byrne, 1827

larceny from the person R. v. Mullally and Carrol, 1833

larceny, emu R. v. Lee, 1830

Lascelles, Viscount R. v. Dow or Lascelles, 1835

law and equity, separation of Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833;Neale v. Solomon, 1838

law and fact, distinction Campbell v. Macquoid, 1838; R. v. Macalister, 1838

Law of Extents Hall v. Hely, 1830

law reporting R. v. Charland, 1824; Willink v. Moore, 1825; Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Halloran v. Hall, 1826; Moore v. Howe, 1826; R. v. Harper, 1826;Short v. Howe, 1826; Solomon v. Moore, 1826; Walker v. Scott (No. 2), 1826; R. v. Hall, 1827; R. v. Howe, 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 3), 1827; Ex parte Howe, 1828; In re Hayes, 1829; Ex parte Hutchinson, In re Terry v. Meehan, 1830; Geary v. Vivian, 1830;Hall v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830; Hayes v. Hely, 1830; R. v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830;Weller v. Campbell, 1830; Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; Houston v. Stephens and Stokes, 1834; R. v. Hall, 1834; R. v. Kenny, 1834; R. v. McCormack, 1834; Smith v. Rose, 1834; R. v. Beane, 1835; R. v. Kentish, 1835; Mudie v. Howe, 1836; R. v. Stephens and Stokes, 1836; Campbell v. Macquoid, 1838; In re Roberts and Williams, 1838; O'Reilly v. Hall, 1838; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838; Re Port Phillip Herald Newspaper, 1841

law reporting, Australian  In re Scott, 1836

law reporting, authenticity Middleton v. Taylor, 1837

law reporting, privilege R. v. Hall (No. 8), 1829; R. v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Rodd v. Mansfield, 1830; Rodd v Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; In re Campbell, 1840

lawyer, hack In re Campbell, 1840

 

lease (see tenancy)

legal aid (see also in forma pauperis) R. v. Semple (No. 1) , 1851

legal practitioner, libel on judge In re Williams, 1838

legal practitioners (see also barristers; costs; discipline of attorneys; solicitors; striking off legal practitioners; taxing of costs) Clayton v. Rowe, 1825; Dillon v. Browne, 1826

legal practitioners, action for fees Stephen v. Hayes, 1834

legal practitioners, admission to practice In re Gellibrand, 1827; Ex parte Pattisson, 1828;Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828; In re Stephen, 1829; In re Foster, 1830; In re Wright, 1831; In re Fisher, 1835; In re Rowe, 1835; Re Stephen, 1837; In re Gurner, 1840; R. v. Arden, 1841; In re Gray, 1850

legal practitioners, admission to practice, conduct of applicant Re Stephen, 1842

legal practitioners, appearance before magistrates Ex parte Dillon, 1839; Ex parte Nichols, 1839

legal practitioners, appearance for both sides Terry v. Howe; Terry v. Windeyer, 1838;Russell v. Jones, 1838; Ex parte Hayes, 1844

legal practitioners, attorneys to appear with barristers Lord v. Cohen, 1839

legal practitioners, convict attorneys Re Stephen, 1837

legal practitioners, criminal defendants R. v. Poignand, 1836

legal practitioners, delays by R. v. Nicholls, 1837

legal practitioners, discipline of Ex parte Plunkett, in re Kinsman, 1835; In re Rowe, 1838;Kruger v. Newby, 1839; In re Thurlow, 1841
 

legal practitioners, division of profession Division of the Profession, 1824; Bensley v. Stroud, 1829; Division of the Legal Profession, 1829; Division of the Legal Profession, 1831; Division of the Legal Profession, 1834; R. v. Dawley, Madden and Murray, 1834;R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834; In re Rowe, 1835; In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; In re Rowe, 1838; In re Williams, 1838; O'Reilly v. Hall, 1838; Somerville v. Hosking, 1839

legal practitioners, education in New South Wales Re Stephen, 1837

legal practitioners, liability for negligence (see also barristers' fees, not recoverable) Bensley v. Stroud, 1829; Kentish v. Norton, 1832; Poignand v. Kentish, 1832; Nichols v. Macdonald, 1836

legal practitioners, not to be jurors Mannon v. Nicholson, 1834

legal practitioners, offence of practising after conviction of forgery R. v. Beilby; In the estate of Beilby, 1838

legal practitioners, professional confidence R. v. Hall, 1834

legal practitioners, professional privilege Ready v. Brooks, 1833; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835

legal practitioners, slander of Stephen v. Dixon, 1830

legal profession, convict lawyers In re Roberts and Williams, 1838

legal profession, discipline of Ex parte Attorney General, in re Lewthwaite, 1837; Rodd v. Kentish, 1837; In re Roberts and Williams, 1838; O'Reilly v. Hall, 1838; R. v. Chambers, 1838

legal profession, honesty of Rodd v. Kentish, 1837

legal representation in criminal cases (see criminal prosecutions, right to counsel)

legal status of convicts Harris v. Kemp, 1799

legal status of 'free man' in the colony Harris v. Kemp, 1799

Legge's Reports Geary v. Vivian, 1830; R. v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831;Macdonald v. Levy, 1833; R. v. Steele, 1834

legislation, disallowance R. v. Hall (No. 8), 1829

legislation, judicial notice of Roope v. Osborne, 1841

Legislative Council, legislative powers of Nash v. Purcell, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1829

legislative power, delegation of Nash v. Purcell, 1828

letters patent, binding on crown Dissolution of Trusts Opinion, 1831

libel (and see criminal libel; defamation; seditious libel; slander) Marsden v. Campbell, 1817; Mitchell v. Howe, 1825; R. v. Howe, 1825; Halloran v. Hall, 1826; Lowe v. Dangar, 1826; M'Arthur v. Hill and Hall, 1826; Moore v. Howe, 1826; James v. Halloran, 1827; James v. Howe, 1827; Wardell v. Howe, 1827; R. v. McLeay, 1828; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830; Long v. Boucher, 1830; Martin v. Mansfield, 1830; Kentish v. Norton, 1832; Poignand v. Kentish, 1832;Spicer v. Bigge and wife, 1832; Houston v. Stephens and Stokes, 1834; Stephens v. Stephen, 1834; Houston v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835; Howe v. Stephens and Stokes, 1835; Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836; Wighton v. Howe, 1836; Bingle v. Stephen, 1836;Maughan v. Brown, 1837; Faunce v. Cavenagh, 1838; O'Reilly v. Hall, 1838; Brady v McEachern, 1839; Josephson v. Fulton, 1839; Hadd v. Peek, 1841; Lamb v. Nichols, 1841; Watt v. Duncan, 1842; Ex parte Pearce, re Ipswich Police Magistrate, 1858;Milford v. Kent, 1858

libel, action against Catholic newspaper Aaron v. Davis, 1842

libel, apology Cory v. Munro, 1835; Brady v Cavenagh, 1839

libel, assessment of damages Cory v. Munro, 1835; Mudie v. Howe, 1836

libel, defence of privilege R. v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830

libel, defence of truth Mitchell v. Howe, 1825

libel, defences Hall v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 3), 1830

libel, elements of Barton v. Parry (No. 1), 1834; Brenan v. Jones, 1840
 

libel, harassing signs Raine v. Jackson, 1833

libel, obscene R. v. Pearce, 1832

libel, on judge In re Williams, 1838

libel, privilege Cavenagh v. Wentworth, 1837; Mitchell v. Thompson, 1838

libel, publication R. v. Stephens and Stokes (No. 2), 1834; Mitchell v. Thompson, 1838

libel, qualified privilege Rodd v. Mansfield, 1830; Barton v. Parry (No. 1), 1834

libel, reference to convict past R. v. Kenny, 1834

libel, sexual misconduct Mudie v. Howe, 1836

licensing, repugnance to English law Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827

lien (see also costs, lien) Lamb v. Nettleton, 1826; Holmes v. Howard, 1842

lien on goods Stephen v. Brigstock, 1835

Lieutenant Governor's Court Gavin v. Loane, 1821

limits of settlement R. v. Groves and McColville, 1829

limits of location Hall v. Hawdon, 1840

liquidated damages Girard v. Biddulph, 1834

liquidated damages and penalties Wight v. Barker, 1839

liquor laws R. v. Kirton, 1821; Cullen v. Mannix, 1825; Ex parte Dunn, 1828; Franks v. Ikin, 1828; Brown v. Mannix, 1828; In re Bardsley, 1828; Bardsley v. Lockyer and Another, 1829; In re Clarke, 1829; In re Pashley, 1829; R. v. Fitzgerald, 1829; R. v. Long, 1829; In re de Mestre, 1830; Ex parte Cheetham, 1832; In re Stone, 1832; R. v. Gillies, 1837; Attorney General v. Abercrombie, 1841; In re Reynolds, 1841; Ex parte Nichols, 1843; Ex parte Pearse, 1844; Ex parte Cole, 1898

liquor laws, sly grog R. v. Batchelor, 1842

lis pendens Campbell v. Burdekin, 1847; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1848; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1850

litigants, unrepresented Keith v. Kentish, 1833

Liverpool Nash v. Purcell, 1828; Brownlow v. Graham, 1833; R. v. Cowan and Campbell, 1833; R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; R. v. Dickenson, 1833; R. v. Walker, Barlow and Jackson, 1834; R. v. Anzelark, Riley, Pearce and Pearce, 1838; R. v. Dogherty, 1838

Liverpool Plains R. v. Finney, 1833; R. v. Lamb, 1839; Scott v. Dight, 1839

local government Melbourne Corporation, In re Falkener, 1843

locus standi Schooner Darling, 1829; French v. McHenry, 1832

Lord Ellenborough's Act (see also attempted murder; attempted shooting; assault, wounding) R. v. Franklin, 1821; R. v. Lewsy, 1824; R. v. Charland, 1824; R. v. Smith, 1825; R. v. Griffiths, 1826; R. v. Wells, 1826; R. v. Fuller, 1827; R. v. Harris, 1827; R. v. Barlow, 1828; R. v. Binge Mhulto, 1828; R. v. Lelland, 1828; R. v. Davis, 1837

Lord Ellenborough's Act, applicability in New South Wales, R. v. Smith, 1825

Lord Ellenborough's Act, operation in New Zealand R. v. M'Dowall, 1827

lunacy (see also insanity) In re Johnstone, 1829; In re Macarthur, 1833; In re Lindsay, 1835; Ex parte Whickers, 1839; Hillas v. Hillas, 1839; In re Oakes, 1840; Barton v. Humfrey, 1841; Flanagan v. O'Sullivan, 1857; In re Penson, 1857

lunacy, accounts In re Johnstone, 1842

lunacy, inquiry into In re Inch, 1839

lunacy, liability for necessaries, Moss v. Johnstone, 1830

M

Macarthur and Forbes C.J., conflict between R. v. Smith and McCormick, 1830

Macarthur faction M'Arthur v. Hill and Hall, 1826; R. v. Howe, 1826; Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; R. v. Macarthur, 1828

Macarthur, John, attitude to trial by jury  R. v. Hall (No. 4), 1829

Macarthur, John, lunacy of In re Macarthur, 1833

Macquarie River R v. Dundomah, 1840

magistrate, action against R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808; Marsden v. Lawson and Douglass, 1823; R v. Gillman, 1824; Adams v. Dawson, 1827; Broadbear and wife v. McArthur et al., 1827; In re Bardsley, 1828; R. v. Macarthur, 1828; Bardsley v. Lockyer and Another, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Fitzgerald, 1829; Hall v. Rossi, 1830; Hayes v. Hely, 1830; Hogan v. Brown, 1830; Cokely v. Simpson, 1831; Ex parte Wynn, 1831; Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Wynn v. McAlister, 1831;Morris v. Evernden, 1832; Ex parte Wilson, Windeyer and Slade, 1834; Goodwin v. Wilson, 1834; Mannon v. Nicholson, 1834; R. v. Police Magistrates of Sydney, 1834; R. v. Thorn, 1834; Bean v. Faunce, 1837; Donnison v. Faunce, 1837; Ex parte Ingless, in re Wilson, 1837; Moore v. Faunce, 1837; Re Nichols, 1837; Thorn v. Hunt and others, 1838; Ex parte Girard, 1839; Ex parte Nichols, 1839; Ryan v. Wilson, 1839; Hall v. Hawdon, 1840; Hartley v. Dorsey, 1852; Bewger v. Mayne, 1858; Ex parte Pearce, re Ipswich Police Magistrate, 1858
 

magistrate, action by Donnison v. Faunce, 1837

magistrate, appeal against (see supervision of inferior courts)

magistrate, appointment of R. v. Dargan and Wildred, 1824; R. v. Mann, 1844

magistrate, assault on R. v. Davis, 1854

magistrate, corruption R. v. Rossi, Principal Superintendent of Police, 1826

magistrate, criminal prosecution of R. v. Donnison, 1837; R. v. Bingle and Were, 1837

magistrate, criticism of R. v. Barker, 1841

magistrate, dismissal of Bingle v Stephen, 1836

magistrate, illegal punishment by M'Arthur v. Hill and Hall, 1826; R. v. Howe, 1826; R. v. Dawson, 1827; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; R. v. Howe, 1828

magistrate, liability as to costs In re Bardsley, 1828; In re Nowlan, 1828

magistrate, prosecution of R. v. McIntyre, 1833; R. v. Macalister, 1838

magistrate, right to summon parties Ex parte Buchanan, 1839

magistrate, rights of In re Scott, 1836

Magna Carta R. v. Davison, 1827

maintenance, deserted wives Taylor v. Taylor, 1855

Maitland Plaistowe v. Daley, 1832; R. v. Beard and Richardson, 1833; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; Sempill v. Lethbridge, 1833; R. v. Cassidy and Bagley, 1835; R. v. Woodhead and others, 1835; R. v. Cagney, 1837; R. v. Long Jack, 1838; R. v. Davis, 1839; R. v. Hagan, 1839; Carrick v. Russel, 1841; R. v. Smith, 1841

malfeasance versus misfeasance Ex parte Wilson, Windeyer and Slade, 1834

malice, meaning of R. v. Wright, 1834

malicious arrest Bensley v. Stroud, 1829; Tooth v. Hirst; Hyland v. Hirst, 1838

malicious arrest, imprisonment for debt Davis v. O'Ferrall, 1838

malicious execution Ross v. Jones, 1842

malicious prosecution Gavin v. Tims, 1821; Polack v. Josephson, 1825; Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; Klensendorlffe v. Oakes (No. 1), 1826; Gilmore v. Levey, 1831; Barton v. Parry (No. 1), 1834; McLaughlin v. Parrott, 1834; McGuigan v. Hanslow and wife, 1835;Thurlow v. Lewis, 1835; Donnison v. Faunce, 1837; R. v. Onions, 1837; Taylor v. Stuart, 1837; Thomas v. Byrne, 1839; Leech v. Chivers, 1840; Moore v. Coleman, 1840;Palmer v. Sloman, 1841; Macdermott v. Smart, 1842; Worral v. Pettigrew, 1858; Reynolds v. Handcock, 1859

maliciously cutting R. v. Hill, 1816

"man of colour" criminal defendant R. v. Hazard, 1841; R. v. Woodby, 1857

mandamus R. v. Sheriff of New South Wales, 1825; R. v. Wentworth, Campbell, and Dunn, 1825; R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1828; In re Pashley, 1829; In re United Friends Society, 1831; Ex parte McPherson, 1833; Re Nichols, 1837; R. v. Wilson and Windeyer, 1838; Ex parte Buchanan, 1839; Ex parte Dillon, 1839; Ex parte Nichols, 1839; Ex parte Nichols, 1843; Ex parte Pearse, 1844; Ex parte Pearce, re Ipswich Police Magistrate, 1858
 

Manning River Girard v. Windeyer and Searle, 1838

manslaughter R. v. Jones, 1811; R. v. McNaughton and Connor, 1813; R. v. Butler, 1821;R. v. Hawker, 1822; R. v. Blue, 1824; R. v. Herne, 1825; R. v. Chapman, 1825; R. v. Johnston, Clarke, Nicholson, Castles, and Crear, 1824; R. v. Cummings, 1826; R. v. Madden, 1826; R. v. Radley, 1826; R. v. Bacon, 1827; R. v. Francis, 1827; R. v. Jamieson, 1827; R. v. Kelly, 1827; R. v. Shea, 1827;  R. v. Stewart, 1827; R. v. Atkin, Chalmers and Milton, 1828; R. v. Brown, 1828; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828;R. v. Guyse, 1828; R. v. Hartland, 1828; R. v. Johnson, Smith and Gilroy, 1828; R. v. Pigott and Crampton, 1828; R. v. Hughes, 1829; R. v. Venables, 1829; R. v. Jones, 1830; R. v. Killigree, 1830; R. v. Young, Hooper and Battie, 1831; R. v. Carver, 1832; R. v. Peters, 1832; R. v. Hillyard, 1833; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Manley, 1834; R. v. Shield and others, 1834; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1834; R. v. Beane, 1835; R. v. Collins, 1835; R. v. Varney, 1835; R. v. Williams, 1835; R v Gaudry, 1836; R. v. Phoenix, 1837;R. v. Johnstone, 1838; R. v. Jones, 1838; R. v. Lestil, 1838; R. v. Macintosh, 1838; R. v. Palmer, 1838; R. v. Reynolds, 1838; R. v. Saunders, 1838; R. v. Clay and Bevidge, 1839; R. v. Henry, 1839; R. v. Kearnes, 1839; R. v. Lowe, 1839; R. v. Maggs, 1839; R. v. Trigg, 1839; R. v. Glennie, 1840; R. v. Johnstone, 1840; R. v. Landsdowne, 1840; R. v. Skewes, 1840; R. v. Davidson, 1841; R. v. Goodwin and Connock, 1841; R. v. Silvester, 1841; R. v. Tancard, 1841; R. v. Williams, 1842; R. v. Ang, 1850; R. v. Collins, 1851; R. v. Mackenzie, 1853; R. v. Morrison and Smith, 1854; R. v. Cooper, 1855

manslaughter, born alive R. v. Kirkwood, 1837

manslaughter, by soldier R. v. Lavery, 1826

manslaughter, distinguished from murder R. v. Ryan, 1821; R. v. Kinghorne, 1842; R. v. Marne, 1858

manslaughter, road accident R. v. Fitzpatrick, 1837

Mareva injunction Short v. Berry and Woolstencraft, 1828; In re Raine, 1830; Buckles v. Russel, 1835

market overt McLucas v. Hunt, 1834; Fitzgerald v. Luck, 1839; Pack v. Hanson, 1858

maritime law, see ship

marriage settlement Brown v. Raine, 1835; Kinnerly v. Bigge, 1835

marriage, convicts remarry in New South Wales Davis v. Crispe, 1834

marriage, legality of Catholic R. v. Maloney, 1836

marriage, of infants In re Curtis, 1832

marriage, second marriage in colony In the estate of Bradbury, 1837

married women's legal disabilities Lewin v. Thomson, 1799; Wills v. Underwood, 1805;Underwood v. Ford, 1812; Doe dem Jenkins v. Pearce, 1818; Cooper and Wife v. Best, 1825; R. v. Broadbear and Broadbear, 1826; R. v. Lockett, Cowell and Cowell, 1826; R. v. Smithers and Smithers, 1826;  R. v. Pasfield, 1827; Franks v. Ikin, 1828; Green v. Woodroffe, 1828; R. v. Russel, 1828; R. v. Long, 1829; In re Canney, 1831; Chisholm and Cooper v. Kirby and wife, 1832; Hearson v. Brown, 1832; McLeod v. Moore, 1832; Storey v. Storey, 1832; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 1), 1833; Ex parte Lacelles; in re Dickson, 1833; Long v. Hedges, 1833; Lynch v. Robinson, 1833; Perkins v. McDonald, 1833; R. v. Felton and Grey, 1833; R. v. Mullally and Carrol, 1833; Therry v. Wilson and Carew, 1833; R. v. Baldwin, 1834; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Fairs v. Barker, 1835; Kinnerly v. Bigge, 1835; McGuigan v. Hanslow and wife, 1835; Hodges v. Chadworth, 1837; Middleton v. Taylor, 1837; Oliver v. Terry, 1837; Wild v. Driver, 1837; Hughes v. Sparke, 1838; R. v. Hodghen and Paten, 1838; Wild v. Driver, 1838; Mann v Robson, 1839; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1839; Marcus v. Healey, 1840; Atkinson v. Barton, 1841; Flanagan v. O'Sullivan, 1857

married women's legal disabilities, liability for crime R. v. Fennel and others, 1820; R. v. Macarthy and others, 1835; R. v. Thomson and Thomson, 1853; R. v. Emerson, 1859

married women's legal disabilities, wife of convict In re Cave, 1826; R. v. Cable, 1826;Levey v. Shields, 1827; Lyons v. Cave, 1827; Levey v. Shields, 1828; Anonymous (No. 1), 1829; Beale v. Raine, 1829; Bensley v. Stroud, 1829; Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831;Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; Davis v. Crispe, 1834; Davis v. Smith, 1834; Doe dem. Clark v. Smithers, 1834; McNamarra v. Wilson, 1834; Kettle v. Stubbs, 1838

Marsden, Rev. Samuel R. v. Howe, 1828

Marsden family Betts v. Hughes, 1838

Marulan R. v. Smith, 1836

Masonic Lodge Cunningham v. Gray and Munce, 1850

master and servant The Governor v. Browne, 1819; Hourston v. Norris, 1825; R. v. M'Ara, 1825; R. v. Broadbear and Broadbear, 1826; R. v. Leitch, 1826; Adams v. Dawson, 1827; Australian Agricultural Company v. Adams, 1827; Broadbear and wife v. McArthur et al., 1827; Sims and Foster v. The Ship Cumberland, 1827; Cullen v. Crawford, 1829; Geary v. Vivian, 1830; Cassim v. the Mary Ann, 1831; Ex parte Wynn, 1831; R. v. Aglethorpe, 1831; Wynn v. McAlister, 1831; Lee v. Macqueen, 1832;Johnstone v. Wright, 1833; Patterson v. Hughes, 1833; Coser v. Gordon, 1841; R. v. Betts, 1841; R. v. Murray, 1852; R. v. Sam and others, 1852; In re Frost, 1853; Bewger v. Mayne, 1858; Hazenkamp v. Lublin, 1859; In re Wilks, 1859

master and servant, claim for wages R. v. Thorn, 1859; Tooth v. McDougall, 1859

master and servant, negligent servant Crawford v. Cullen, 1830

master and servant, principles In re Newnham, 1859

master and servant, superior servants Carmichael v. Jones and Howe, executors of Howe, 1833

master and servant, wrongful dismissal Davidson v. Hardie and Wienholt, 1859

Master in Chancery Lord v. Dixon, 1828

Matavia R. v. Barclay, 1839

McLeay River Alldruss v. Dalton, 1837

medical attendance Conolly v. Flanagan, 1834; Jennerett v. Smeathman, 1834

medical practitioner, criminal defendant R. v. Montgomery, 1841

medical practitioners R. v. Kirkwood, 1837

medical practitioners, qualifications R. v. Cooper, 1855

medical practitioners' fees, enforceability of (see also barrister's fees, not recoverable) Fattorini v. Underwood, 1833

medical practitioners, recovery of fees Lylburn v. Thompson, 1833; Smith v. Kemp, 1835;Bland v. Terry, 1838

medical science, alternative medicine Besomo v. Keating, 1895

Melbourne R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1838; R. v. Magee, 1838; Carrington v. Hogue, 1840; R. v. Atkin, 1840; R. v. Benson, 1840; R. v. Cain, 1840

Melbourne Club Carrington v. Hogue, 1840

Menanglo Williams v. Campbell, 1838

mens rea (see also murder, mens rea; stealing, mens rea) R. v. Chapman, 1825; R. v. Laurie, 1826; R. v. Otham, 1826; R. v. Bacon, 1827; R. v. Kelly (No. 3), 1828; R. v. Killigree, 1830; R. v. Boyd, 1840

mesne profits Harris v. Riley, 1833

mental capacity to stand trial R. v. Gordon, 1789

Michelago R. v. Fisher, 1835

military defendants in crime (see also soldier, action against) R. v. McNaughton and Connor, 1813; R. v. Baxter, 1827; R. v. Lowe, 1827; R. v. Lavery, 1826; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828; R. v. Wright, 1829; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 3), 1830; R. v. Killigree, 1830; R. v. Smith and Akers, 1834; R. v. Bryant, Powell and Marsden, 1835; R. v. Hagan, 1835; R. v. Catterall, 1837; R. v. Fuller and others, 1838; R. v. Lestil, 1838; R. v. Mills and others, 1838; R. v. Faulkner, 1839; R. v. Connell, 1842; R. v. Cairns and others, 1850

military defendants in crime, convict victim R. v. Mothershead, 1838

military discipline R. v. McNaughton and Connor, 1813

military jury (see jury, military)

military pay R. v. Wise, 1825

Millers Point Bettington v. Munn, 1832

ministers of religion, litigation between Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836

misdirection to jury Clayton v. Rowe, 1825

misrepresentation Cape v. McIntosh, 1835; Dent v. Lyons, 1841; Fisher v. Yeomans, 1841; Lyons v. Isler, 1841; Lyons v. Reynolds, 1841; Dent v. Lyons, 1842

missionaries Henry v. Eagar, 1821; Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836

Mitchell, massacre of Aborigines R. v. Kilmeister (No. 1), 1838

Mittagong R v. Middleton and Clarke, 1827

Monaro Brenand v. Catteral, 1835; R. v. Ball and Pearson, 1835; Toby v. Rowley, 1840

money had and received Hudson v. Fitzgerald, 1811; Clayton v. Rowe, 1825; James v. Balcombe, 1825; Fairs v. Barker, 1835; Moses v. Osborne, 1842; Sheehan v. Stubbs, 1842

money laundering Blackman v. MacVitie, 1830

Monitor newspaper, sale of Hall v. O'Brien, 1840

Montagu J. of Van Diemen's Land R. v. Raine, 1833

Moreton Bay R. v. Boyd and Drummond, 1826; R. v. Barlow, 1828; R. v. Binge Mhulto, 1828; R. v. Johnson, Smith and Gilroy, 1828; R. v. Burgen, Allen, Matthews and Sullivan, 1829; R. v. Muckleton, 1830; R. v. McDonnel and Miller, 1832; Fairs v. Barker, 1835

Morpeth R. v. Lestil, 1838; R. v. Johnstone, 1840

Morriset, Colonel R. v. McDonnel and Miller, 1832

mortgage Barnett v. James, 1833; Brownlow v. Graham, 1833; Ex parte Hughes, 1839

mortgage, covenant to pay Salmon v. Leary, 1835

mortgage, enforcement of Smith v. Dower, 1831

mortgage, equity of redemption Payne v. Terry, 1836

mortgage, foreclosure Payne v. Terry, 1836; Blackman v. Challinor, 1838; Terry v. Howe; Terry v. Windeyer, 1838; Holt v. Bryant, 1841

mortgage, foreclosure Ellison v. Kirk, 1834; Brown v. Raine, 1835

mortgage, power of sale Hartwell v. Campbell, 1836

mortgage, "tacking" Terry v. Howe; Terry v. Windeyer, 1838

Moruya Hall v. Hawdon, 1840

Mounted Police R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834; R. v. Flannigan, 1838

Mudgee R. v. Flannigan, 1838

Mudie, James Bingle v Stephen, 1836

Mudie, provocative book by Mudie v. Kinchela, 1840

murder (see also attempted murder) R. v. Baker and others, 1788; Murder of a Native Boy, 1794; R. v. Powell, 1799; R. v. Jones, 1811; R. v. Donovan and Broderick, 1814;R. v. Anderson and others, 1816; R. v. Hunter, 1816; R. v. McGee, Laycock and Dawson, 1816; R. v. Collyer, 1817; R. v. Smith and others, 1817; R. v. Walker, 1817; R. v. Smith and Pagan, 1819; R. v. Buckley and others, 1819; R. v. Butler, 1821; R. v. Robinson, 1821; R. v. Hawker, 1822; R. v. Lyons, 1822; R. v. Flemming, 1823; R. v. Redman and Lever, 1823; R. v. Bates, 1825; R. v. Bennett, 1825; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Bradney, 1824; R. v. Byron, 1825; R. v. Chapman, 1825; R. v. Claig, 1825; R. v. Clyne, 1825; R. v. Donovan, 1824; R. v. Dwyer, Kinnearm Madden and Blewit, 1825; R. v. Fitzpatrick and Colville, 1824; R. v. Foley, 1824; R. v. Herne, 1825; R. v. Minton, 1824; R.  v. Moloney, 1825; R. v. Murphy and Sullivan, 1824; R. v. Stack and Hand, 1824; R. v. Burke and Donahu, 1826;  R. v. Butler, 1826;  R. v. Curtan and Ryan, 1826;  R. v. Madden, 1826;  R. v. Otham, 1826; R. v. Radley, 1826;  R. v. Ridgway, Chip, Colthurst and Stanly, 1826; R. v. Smith and Moore, 1826;  R. v. White, 1826; Aboriginal Defendant, 1827; R. v. Bacon, 1827; R. v. Clives, 1827; R. v. Francis, 1827; R. v. Gough, Watson and Muir, 1827; R. v. Jones, 1827; R. v. Lowe, 1827; R. v. Puckeridge, Holmes, Sneid and Lee, 1827; R. v. Shea, 1827; R. v. Stanley, 1827; R. v. Stewart, 1827; R. v. Tommy, 1827; R. v. Worroll, 1827;R. v. Atkin, Chalmers and Milton, 1828; R. v. Binge Mhulto, 1828; R. v. Brown, 1828;R. v. Hartland, 1828; R. v. Johnson, Smith and Gilroy, 1828; R. v. Kelly (No. 3), 1828;R. v. Miller, 1828; R. v. Hughes, 1829; R. v. Macmanus, 1829; R. v. Parker and Donavan, 1829; R. v. Venables, 1829; R. v. Wright, 1829; R. v. Broger, 1830; R. v. Entwistle, 1830; R. v. Muckleton, 1830; R. v. Cook and others, 1831; R. v. Lucas and England, 1831; R. v. Stewart, 1831; R. v. Ryan, Steel, McGrath and Daley, 1832; R. v. Byrne, 1833; R. v. Carter, 1833; R. v. Dickenson, 1833; R v. Finney, 1833; R. v. Fox, 1833; R. v. Green, 1833; R. v. Hillyard, 1833; R. v. Lockhard, 1833; R. v. Brennan, 1834; R. v. Curran, 1834; R. v. Farrel, 1834; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834; R. v. Kyne, 1834; R. v. Manley, 1834; R. v. McCormack, 1834; R. v. Mills, Chapman and Chapman, 1834; R. v. Shield and others, 1834; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1834; R. v. Vials, 1834; R. v. Beane, 1835; R. v. Bowles, 1835; R. v. Collins, 1835; R. v. Edwards and Slater, 1835; R. v. Hagan, 1835; R. v. Jeffries, 1835; R. v. Kilmartin, 1835; R. v. Monkey and others, 1835; R. v. Varney, 1835; R. v. Weatherwiche, 1835;R. v. James, 1836; R. v. Smith, 1836; R. v. Walker and Gore, 1836; R. v. Walker, 1836;R. v. Cagney, 1837; R. v. Gillies, 1837; R. v. McCaffrey, Jones and Moore, 1837; R. v. Phoenix, 1837; R. v. Whitehead, 1837; R. v. Wombarty, 1837; R. v. Cook, 1838; R. v. Crowley, 1838; R. v. Flannigan, 1838; R. v. Frank, 1838; R. v. Guthrie, 1838; R. v. Jones, 1838; R. v. Kays and Freeman, 1838; R. v. Kilmeister (No. 1), 1838; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838; R. v. Long Jack, 1838; R. v. Maloney and Reid, 1838; R. v. Mothershead, 1838; R. v. Reynolds, 1838; R. v. Saunders, 1838; R. v. Tufts, 1838; R. v. Bryan, 1839; R. v. Clay and Bevidge, 1839; R. v. Davis, 1839; R. v. Finnie, 1839; R. v. Hogarty, 1839; R. v. Lamb, 1839; R. v. Lowe, 1839; R. v. Maggs, 1839; R. v. Mayne, 1839; R. v. McGee, 1839; R. v. Morris, 1839; R. v. Powell, 1839; R. v. Atkin, 1840; R. v. Billy, 1840; R. v. Bradley, 1840; R. v. Cain, 1840; R. v. Chubb, 1840; R. v. Glennie, 1840; R. v. Lloyd, 1840; R v. Martin, 1840; R. v. Skewes, 1840; R. v. Wapshaw, 1840; R. v. Whitton, 1840; R. v. Bonjon, 1841; R. v. Kelly, 1841; R. v. Lamb, 1841; R. v. Lawler, 1841; R. v. Leary, 1841; R. v. Lynch, 1841; R. v. Merridio, 1841; R. v. Pattison, 1841; R. v. Shea, 1841; R. v. Tabee, 1841; R. v. Tancard, 1841; R. v. Williams, 1842; R. v. Kirrup, 1845; R. v. Ningollibin, 1845; R. v. Wagner and Fitzgerald, 1850; R. v. Angee, 1851; R. v. Make-i-light, 1851; R. v. Davy, 1853; R. v. Davy, 1854;R. v. Dundalli, 1854; R. v. Hanley, 1854; R. v. Teagle, 1857; R. v. Birkman, 1858; R. v. Bobby and Login, 1858 (Vic.); R. v. Marne, 1858; R. v. Cadwallader and Williams, 1859; R. v. Sturmer, 1859; R. v. Charlie, 1866

murder, absence of body R. v. Witham, 1818

murder, by constable R. v. Clarke, 1834

murder, by police R. v. Johnstone, 1840

murder, by ship's captain R. v. Grieves, 1839

murder, child victim R. v. Witham, 1818

murder, death recorded R. v. Banham, 1842

murder, drunken victim R. v. Williams, 1835

murder, elements of R. v. McGregor and Maloney, 1834

murder, felony murder R. v. Cavenagh, Chesterfield and Sergeant, 1834; R. v. Tallboy, 1840

murder, first murder trial in the colony R. v. Baker and others, 1788

murder, indictment R. v. Marks, 1818

murder of infant, whether infant born dead R. v. Marks, 1818

murder, of husband R. v. Collins, 1888

murder, of policeman R. v. Neale, 1842

murder, mens rea (see also mens rea) R. v. McNaughton and Connor, 1813; R. v. Burbridge, 1817; R. v. Clensey and others, 1820; R. v. Ryan, 1821; R. v. Gore, 1824; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828; R. v. Killigree, 1830; R. v. McCarthy, 1836; R. v. Marne, 1858

murder, power to deliver verdict of manslaughter R. v. Jones, 1830

murder, prosecution of gaoler R. v. Young, Hooper and Battie, 1831

murder, provocation R. v. Lestil, 1838; R. v. Kearnes, 1839; R. v. Trigg, 1839; R. v. Semple (No. 1), 1851

murder, self-defence R. v. Hayden, 1835

murder, sentencing discretion R. v. Holden, 1838

Murrumbidgee River R. v. Collins, 1835

music Ex parte Levey, 1838

musical instrument, piano Stephen v. Lyons, 1835

Muslims, attack on R. v. Velvick, 1833 (W.A.)

mutiny R. v. Fox, Keskin, Lain, Knight, Eldridge, Farrow, Davis, Simpson and Browne, 1825; R. v. Gough, Watson and Muir, 1827; R. v. Taylor, 1829; R. v. Anderson, Davis and others, 1832; R. v. Firth and others, 1832; R. v. Higgins, Fuller, Anderson, Thomas, Belford and Walsh, 1833; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835; R. v. Blandford, 1841

mutiny, convict (see convict mutiny)

Myall Creek R. v. Tallboy, 1840

Myall Creek massacre R. v. Douglass, 1838; R. v. Kilmeister (No. 1), 1838; R. v. Kilmeister and others (No. 2), 1838; R. v. Lamb, 1839

Myall Creek station Hobbs v. Dangar, 1839

 

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