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

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Namoi River R. v. Sandy, 1839; Cox v. Robertson, 1840; Hall v. Scougal, 1840; R. v. Tallboy, 1840 
 

natural justice (see audi alteram partem; judge in own cause)

naval officers, judicial power of Lewis v. Lambert, 1835

Naval officer, libel of R. v. Robertson, 1840

navigation laws  Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; Schooner Darling, 1829

ne exeat regno In re Mahony, 1828; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833

negligence McCarthy v. Kenny, 1805; Anonymous, 1809; Marsh v. Julian, 1810; Hynds v. Byrne, 1811; Miller v. Reibey, 1813; Howe v. Underwood, 1826; Mouton v. Hunt, 1827; Bell v. Scott, 1828; Raine v. Busby, 1829; Jackson v. Hart, 1831; Mossman v. Warren, 1831; Monks v. Brown, 1833; King v. Kemp, 1834; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; McLean v. Blackett, 1834; Crabb v. Booth, 1835; Stephen v. Lyons, 1835; Terry v. Macquoid, 1835; Wilson v. Grose, 1835; Wyatt v. Chadley, 1835; Salter v. Smith, 1836; Huntley v. Crisp, 1839; Anderson v. Lyons, 1841; Hemmings v. Musgrove, 1842; Lord v. Connolly, 1851

negligence, development of Lyons v. Macquoid, 1835

New England R. v. Walker, 1836; R. v. Wombarty, 1837

new trial (and see appeals; arrest of judgment) Berry v. Lord, 1825; Osborne v. Lord, 1825; Payne v. Smithers, 1825; Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Solomon v. Moore, 1826; Franks v. Ikin, 1828; Nash v. Purcell, 1828; Roberts v. Moncrief, 1828; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Noble v. Cotton, 1831; Attorney General v. Green, 1833; Klensendorlffe v. Macquoid, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833; Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835; Lyons v. Morgan, 1837; R. v. Davies, 1837; Walker v. Hughes, 1839; Leech v. Chivers, 1840; Lyons v. Munroe, 1841; Mitchell v. Eales, 1842; Walsh v. Prout, 1842; Jones v. Hunter, 1843

New Zealand R. v. Flanagan et al., 1827; R. v. M'Dowall, 1827; R. v. Walton et al., 1827; R. v. Hackett, Foley, Donoghue, Kanes and Sweeny, 1829; Cuthbert v. Hindson, 1832; McFarlane v. Weller, 1832; Henderson v. Jack, 1833; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835; R. v. Palmer, 1838; Gilchrist v. Hart, 1841

New Zealand, encouraging war in R. v. Stewart, 1831

New Zealand, pork exports Clendon v. Smith, 1840

New Zealand, Supreme Court jurisdiction over Jurisdiction of Supreme Court Opinion, 1826; R. v. Stewart, 1831; Ex parte McKey; in re Nelson, 1832 In re Mackay v. David, 1832; R. v. Doyle, 1837; Donaldson v. Coombes, 1840 

New Zealand, status of Pearson v. Baker, 1840

New Zealand, trade in flax De Mestre v. Hindson, 1835

Newcastle Crossley v. Johnston and others, 1810; R. v. Tremby, 1818; R. v. Devil Devil, 1825; R. v. Fitzpatrick and Colville, 1824; R. v. Gillman. 1824; R. v. Lavery, 1826; R. v. Pritchard, Cooper, Rawson, Hunt and Brookes, 1826; R. v. Threlfo, Wood, Sheppard and Wilson, 1827; R. v. Smith, 1837

Newfoundland Brown v. Alexander, 1828; R. v. Maloney, 1836

newspaper reporting Ex parte Attorney General, in re Stephens, 1837

newspapers legislation (see press laws)

nisi prius Jurisdiction of Supreme Court Opinion, 1826

nobility, claim to be member of R. v. Dow or Lascelles, 1835

nolle prosequi R. v. Charland 23 September, 1824; R. v. Watts and Adams, 1827; R. v. Taylor and Farrell, 1828

nominal damages (see damages, nominal)Walker v. Hughes [1839] NSWSupC 71 (Macquarie Law School)

non est factum Terry v. Howell, 1828; Boyles v Lahy, 1839

nonsuit Loane v. Gunning, 1818; Kable and Underwood v. Crossley, 1814; Cooper and Wife v. Best, 1825; Doe dem. Busby v. Payne, 1829; Corbett v. May, 1831; Noble v. Cotton, 1831; Irving v. Hunt, 1832; Walker v. Hughes, 1839; Barton v. Humfrey, 1841; Dent v. Lyons, 1842

nonsuit, cannot apply to Crown Attorney General v. Green, 1833

Norfolk Island R. v. Nicholls, 1799; Mitchell v. Walford, 1821; R. v. Bridges, 1825; R. v. Patient, Morrison, Roberts and Mac'Cullum, 1826; R. v. Flanagan et al., 1827; R. v. Gough, Watson and Muir, 1827; R. v. Stanley, 1827; R. v. Walton et al., 1827; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; R. v. Wright, 1829; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 3), 1830; R. v. Douglas et al., 1834

Norfolk Island, conditions on R. v. Cook and others, 1831; R. v. McDonnel and Miller, 1832

North Shore R. v. Weatherwiche, 1835

North Sydney ferry Blue v. Lavender, 1835

notary public In re Wilson, 1834; Maclaren v. Samuel, 1841

nuisance R. v. Macarthur, 1828; Raine v. Busby, 1829; Shannon v. Turner, 1831; Chambers v. Pawley, 1833

nuisance, air pollution Oliver v. Hughes, 1837

nuisance, injunction Munn v. Bettington, 1831

nuisance, public Parnell v. Small, 1832; Sempill v. Lethbridge, 1833

 

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oath of witness R. v. Drake, Drakeford, Wilson, Wallace and Batchelor, 1833; R. v. Squires and McCourt, 1837

oaths R. v. Collard, 1837; Pedley v. Green, 1839

oaths by Jews R. v. Polack, 1825

oath by Chinese R. v. Ah Hung, 1851; R. v. Angee, 1851; R. v. Gould and others, 1851; R. v. Lye, 1853; R. v. Chah, 1859

oaths, children R. v. Bowles, 1835; R. v. Talbot, 1851

oaths, method of swearing R. v. Drake, Drakeford, Wilson, Wallace and Batchelor, 1833

oaths, religious objection to Onions v. Raine, 1837

obscenity Bremner v. Walker, 1885

old man, criminal defendant R. v. Wright, 1839

onus of proof in capital cases R. v. Sheppard, Piper and Pate, 1827; R. v. Burn, 1833

onus of proof in civil cases Gibbes v. Kentwell, 1884

Orphan School R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; R. v. Power, 1840

 

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Pacific Islands Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836

paintings Parr v. West, 1814

pardon (see also Crown mercy) Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; Hart v. Rowley, 1825; R. v. Dwyer, Kinnearm Madden and Blewit, 1825; R. v. Muldoon, Bolton, McKoldrick, McMoren and Horan, 1828; R. v. Raine, Lee and Kemp, 1828; R. v Simms and others, 1831; R. v. O'Brien and others, 1831; R. v. Smith, 1831; Attainted Jurors Opinion, 1833

pardon, when effective In the estate of Dempsey, 1838

pardons, minimum service before R. v. Kelly, 1831

parol evidence rule Cohen v. Ritchie, 1830; Smithers v. Hughes, 1834; Lee v. Holdsworth, 1839; Chownk v. Chowne, 1842; Hill v. Thompson, 1842; Rees v. Robottom, 1842; Roemar v. Polack, 1842 

Parramatta R. v. Cook and Curry, 1826; R. v. Moore and Reilly, 1826; R. v. Mustin and Brown, 1826; R. v. Bacon, 1827; R. v. Baker, 1828; R. v. Kennedy, 1828;  R. v. Lucas and England, 1831; R. v. Webber, 1831; R. v. Crawford, 1832; R. v. Cunningham, Oates and McLellan, 1833; Doe dem. Payne v. Ashby, 1834; R. v. Thorn, 1834; Crabb v. Booth, 1835; R. v. Fellows and Clayton, 1835; R. v. Williams, Bayliss and others, 1835; R. v. Hillas, 1837; O'Connell v Bell, 1839; R. v. Tougher, 1839

part performance doctrine Smithers v. Hughes, 1834; Hall v. Borton, 1841

partnership Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Short v. Berry and Woolstencraft, 1828; Cooper v. Terry and another, 1829; Kemp v. Dobson, 1829; De Mestre v. Hindson, 1835; Paul and Co. v. Long, 1835 ; Wilson v. Burdekin, 1838; Fisher v. Wilson, 1840; Gosling v. Dutton, 1841; Sherwin v. Edwards, 1841; Appleton v. Montry, 1843; Sallow v. Connolly, 1859

partnership, dissolution of Mitchell v. Walker, 1832; Macnise v. Hayes, 1842

partnership, establishment of Long v. Taylor, 1838

partnership, insolvency In re Quigley and Son, 1831

partnership, liability in tort Goodwin v. Lamb and Parbury, 1835

partnership property Aspinall v. Aspinall and Others, 1842

Patricks Plains R. v. Davis, 1838; R. v. Holden, 1838

Patriotic Association Ex parte M'Gaa, 1838

passenger on ship R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808; Wentworth v. Jones, 1825; Merrett v. Kenn, MacCleod and Butterworth, 1826; Spencer v. Jeffery, 1826; Campbell v. Jeffery, 1826; McDowall v. Middleton, 1827; Thompson v. Baxter, 1827; Nowlan v. Young, 1828; Thompson v. Willet, 1829; Wilson v. Johnstone, 1829; Lynn v. Johnson, 1830; Bodenham v. Biddulph, 1832; Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833; Lynch v. Robinson, 1833; Lyons v. Lyons, 1833; Maher v. Robinson, 1833; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833; Lylburn v. Thompson, 1833 (W.A.) ; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1835; R. v. Thompson, 1836; R. v. Tibbs, 1841; Solomon v. Bartlett, 1841; R. v. Robertson, 1842

passenger on ship, diet Campbell v. Jeffery, 1826

Patrick Plains R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833

payment into court Murry v. Dickson, 1828

penal bonds Lascelles v. Kemp and Gatehouse, 1821; Geary v. Vivian, 1830; Field v. McDonald, Marr and Rose, 1833; Woolley v. Bryant, 1837; Wight v. Barker, 1839

penalties, enforcement of R. v. Schofield, 1838; R. v. Anzelark, Riley, Pearce and Pearce, 1838 R. v. Wright, 1789

penalties, relief against Geary v. Vivian, 1830

Pennant Hills R. v. Kearnes, 1839; R. v. Smith, 1840

Penrith Brady v Cavenagh, 1839; Brady v McEachern, 1839; Josephson v. Fulton, 1839; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1839
 

perjurer, evidence of R. v. Absolam and Gardner, 1828  

perjury R. v. Thompson, 1798; R. v. Hecking, 1799; R. v. Jones, 1807; R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808; R. v. Gore, 1808; R. v. Grose, 1813; R. v. Goodlake, 1822; R. v. Charlton, 1825; R. v. Polack, 1825; Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; R. v. Connor, 1826;  R. v. Forbes, 1826;  R. v. Osborne and Ward, 1826;  R. v. Pritchard, Cooper, Rawson, Hunt and Brookes, 1826;  R. v. Rogers, 1826;  R. v. Turner, Kerr and Bates, 1826;  Short v. Howe, 1826; R. v. Donnelly and Redmond, 1827; R. v. White, 1827; R. v. Pickering and Baxter, 1829; Clarckson v. Pickering, 1830; R. v. Hunt, 1832; R. v. Cartwright, 1833; R. v. Kaines, 1833; R. v. McIntyre, 1833; R. v. Tomkins, 1833; R. v. Tunney and Durand, 1833; R. v. Campbell, 1833; Jennerett v. Smeathman, 1834; R. v. Stokes, 1834; Ex parte Plunkett, in re Kinsman, 1835; R. v. Hancock, 1835; R. v. Macarthy and others, 1835; Thompson v. Leburn, 1835; Donnison v. Faunce, 1837; R. v. Davies, 1837; R. v. Kelly, 1837; R. v. Moore, 1837; R. v. Onions, 1837; R. v. Berguin, 1838; R. v. Faulkner, 1839; R. v. Harper, 1840; Atkinson v. Barton, 1842; Macdermott v. Smart, 1842; Moses v. Osborne, 1842; R. v. Batchelor, 1842; R. v. Edwards, 1842; R. v. Reynolds, 1842       

perjury, law of R. v. Jefferson, 1834

perjury, mens rea R. v. Wright, 1834

perjury, punishment R. v. Campbell, 1833

permissive occupancy (see also land law, title) Brown v. Alexander, 1828; R. v. West, 1831; Martin v. Munn, 1833; Doe dem. Robinson and Hughes v. Nott, 1834; Doe dem Hunt v. Grimes, 1835; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835

perpetual imprisonment In re King, 1824

personal injury Raine v. Busby, 1829; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; Crabb v. Booth, 1835; Maher v. Jones, 1841

personal injury, damages (see damages, personal injury)

personal torts (see also criminal conversation; defamation; libel; seduction; slander) Ward v. Karnes, 1824

perverting the course of justice R. v. Bull, 1836; R. v. Stephens and Stokes, 1836; R. v. Roberts, 1838; R. v. Roberts, 1839

Petersham R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834

petty treason R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Bradney, 1824; R. v. Stack and Hand, 1824

pharmacy Sherwin v. Edwards, 1841

phrenology R. v. Gough, Watson and Muir, 1827; R. v. Worroll, 1827; Besomo v. Keating, 1895

pigs, controlling of Boston v. Laycock, 1795

pigs, shooting of Boston v. Laycock, 1795; Donnison v. Sharpe, 1830

pillory R. v. Hyson, 1796; R. v. Thompson, 1798; R. v. Jones, 1807; R. v. Goodlake, 1822; R. v. Charlton, 1825; R. v. Rogers, 1826; R. v. Cartwright, 1833; R. v. Jefferson, 1834; R. v. Stokes, 1834

Pinchgut (Fort Denison) R. v. Hill, 1788

piracy R. v. Clarke and others, 1821; 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; Thompson v. Baxter, 1827; R. v. Hackett, Foley, Donoghue, Kanes and Sweeny, 1829; 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; R. v. Blandford, 1841

piracy, elements of R. v. Kay and others, 1835

Pitt Town Perkins v. McDonald, 1833

Pittwater (see also Broken Bay) Lascelles v. Kemp and Gatehouse, 1821; R. v. Toole, 1830; Cape v. McIntosh, 1835

pleadings, amendment of Murry v. Dickson, 1828

pledge of goods Stephen v. Brigstock, 1835

pledge of goods, criminal R. v. Carter, 1856

poisoning R. v. Power, 1840

police corruption R. v. Hodghen and Paten, 1838

police uniforms McNamarra v. Wilson, 1834

police, appointment of R. v. Gillies, 1837

police, Border Police R. v. Billy, 1840

police, conduct of Thurlow v. Lewis, 1835

police, criminal defendants R. v. Goodlake, 1822; R. v. Lelland, 1828; R. v. Miller, 1828; R. v. Byron, 1825; R. v. Clarke, 1834; R. v. Rose, 1834; R. v. Edwards and Slater, 1835; R. v. McConnell, 1835; R. v. Castles and Sherwin, 1836; R. v. Johnstone, 1840; R. v. Goodwin and Connock, 1841; R. v. Downs and Burns, 1852; R. v. Anderson and others, 1855; R. v. Connor, 1856

police, death in custody R. v. Edwards and Slater, 1835

police, mounted R. v. Pegg and others, 1831

police, perjury by R. v. Stokes, 1834

police, powers of R. v. Lelland, 1828; Goodwin v. Wilson, 1834

police, right of arrest Morris v. Evernden, 1832; R. v. Dicky, 1858

pollution from tannery Chambers v. Pawley, 1833

Port Macquarie R. v. Bradney, 1824; R. v. Foley, 1824; R. v. Lewsy, 1824; R. v. M'Ara, 1825; R . v. Moloney, 1825; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; R. v. Jones, 1829; R. v. Cartwright, 1833; R. v. Smith and others, 1833; R. v. Jeffries, 1835; R. v. Wombarty, 1837; R. v. Kays and Freeman, 1838; Ex parte Pendray, 1839; R. v. O'Neil, 1842

Port Phillip (see also Port Phillip cases) R. v. Steele, 1834; R. v. Whitehead, 1837; R. v. Frank, 1838; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1838; R. v. Magee, 1838; R. v. Morris, 1839; R. v. Sandy, 1839 Carrington v. Hogue, 1840; R. v. Atkin, 1840; R. v. Cain, 1840; R. v. Bolden, 1841

Port Phillip, appeal to Full Court in Sydney Re Carrington, 1842

Port Phillip, in jurisdiction of Supreme Court of New South Wales Attorney General v. Abercrombie, 1841; Re Carrington, 1842

Port Phillip resident judge, powers of Macdermott v. Develin, 1845

Port regulations Bayly v. Cooper, 1809; The Cruel Strictness of a Wharfinger, 1822

Port Stephens R. v. Ridgway, Chip, Colthurst and Stanly, 1826; R. v. Stanley, 1827; Barton v. Parry (No. 2), 1834

Portland R. v. Johnstone, 1838

postal history R. v. Pearce, 1832

power of attorney Morris v. Lord, 1800; Thompson, Foreman and Son v. Raine, 1825; Portus v. Macqueen, 1832

practice (see also civil procedure; criminal procedure; equity procedure) Practice Note, 1824

precedent, comments on doctrine Sydney Herald on buses of Law, 1835

pregnancy, concealment of R. v. Lloyd, 1840

press freedom M'Arthur v. Hill and Hall, 1826; R. v. Howe, 1826; Transportation Opinion,1826; Ex parte Wardell and Wentworth, 1827; Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; R. v. Hall, 1827; R. v. Howe, 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 2), 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 3), 1827; Wardell v. Howe, 1827; Ex parte Howe, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 3), 1828; In re Hayes, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 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. Hayes, 1829; Hall v. Hely, 1830; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Hall v. Rossi, 1830; Hayes v. Hely, 1830; R. v. Hall, 1830; R. v. Hayes, 1830; Rodd v. Mansfield, 1830; Rodd v Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; R. v. Hayes, 1831; R. v. Hall, 1834; Stephens v. Stephen, 1834; Ex parte O'Shaughnessy, in re Lang, 1835; In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835; R. v. Hay, 1835; R. v. Kentish, 1835; Bingle v Stephen, 1836; R. v. Stephens and Stokes, 1836; Ex parte Attorney General, in re Stephens, 1837; In re Williams, 1838; R. v. Arden, 1841

press laws Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; R. v. Hall (No. 3), 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 8), 1829; R. v. Hall, 1830; R. v. Hayes, 1830; R. v. Hayes, 1831; R. v. Hall, 1833

press, employment in Carmichael v. Jones and Howe, executors of Howe, 1833

presumption of innocence R. v. White, 1826; R. v. Davison, 1827; R. v. West and West, 1827; R. v. Feeby, 1828; R. v. Morgan, 1828; R. v. Curran, 1834

prices Rossiter v. Thornton, 1834

primogeniture Doe dem. Riley v. Campbell and Walker, 1829; Doe dem. Robinson and Hughes v. Nott, 1834

principal and accessory R. v. Radcliff and Jones, 1825; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828; R. v. Oram, 1830; R. v. Douglas et al., 1834

printing industry R. v. Hay, 1835

priority of claim Lord v. Palmer, 1803

prison conditions In re Shelly, 1829

prisoners' counsel, right to R. v. Alderson, 1840; R. v. Lawler, 1841

prisoners, cross-examination by R. v. Fowler and others, 1835

prisons regulations, clothing of prisoners Anonymous (No. 2), 1830

private prosecution R. v. Howe, 1824

privity (see also contract law) Archer v. Jeffery, 1823; Coulson v. Reibey, 1825; Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833; Green v. Hanson, 1835; Long v. Levy, 1835; Thacker v. Morgan, 1844 ; Johnston v. Roberts, 1857

Privy Council Lord v. Palmer, 1803; Lord v. Harris and McLaren, 1813; Henry v. Eagar, 1821; Lord v. Wentworth, 1829; R. v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831; Lyons v. Morgan, 1837; Walker v. Hughes, 1839

prize fighting R. v. Silvester, 1841 

prize vessel R. v. Howe, 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; Mitchell v. Howe, 1825

procedure (civil procedure; criminal procedure; equity procedure; practice)

professional secrets Rossiter v. Thornton, 1834

prohibition Walker v. Scott (No. 1), 1825; Walker v. Scott (No. 2), 1826; Schooner Darling, 1829; Smith v. Elder, 1831; Cunningham v. Gray and Munce, 1850; Bewger v. Mayne, 1858; R. v. Glassford, 1858; In re Newnham, 1859; In re Wilks, 1859; R. v. Emerson, 1859; R. v. Thorn, 1859

promissory note Lord v. Palmer, 1803; Macken v. Palmer, 1802; McArthur v. Thompson, 1806; Pitt v. Biggers, 1808; Dundas v. Driver, 1810; Rouse v. Garthside, 1810; Hudson v. Fitzgerald, 1811; Underwood v. Ford, 1812; Bolger v. Crossley, 1813; Piper v. Frazier, 1821; Campbell v. Cox, 1822; Howe v. Forbes, 1823; Clayton v. Rowe, 1825; R. v. Madden, 1826; R. v. Moore and Reilly, 1826; Thompson v. Baxter, 1827; R. v. Vignell, 1828; Anonymous (No. 2), 1829; Campbell v. Cooper, 1829; Cavenagh v. Pendeay, 1829; Charleton v. Eckford, 1829; Underwood v. Wheeler, 1829; Budenham v. Phillips, 1830; Corbett v. May, 1831;  Hearson v. Brown, 1832; Hughes v. Solomon, 1832; Mitchell v. Walker, 1832; Scott v. Jones, 1832; Bloodsworth v. Weston, 1833; Brown, Manager of Australian Company v. Dixon (No. 2), 1833; Davis v. Smith, 1834; R. v. Walsh, 1834; Donovan, administratrix of Donovan  v. Jones, 1835; Murphy v. Prout, 1837; Rodd v. Kentish, 1837; Marshall v. Nelson, 1838; Boyles v Lahy, 1839; Brown v. Hayward, 1840; Lyons v. Sea, 1840; Hughes and Hosling v. Redman, 1841; Lang v. McEachren, 1841; Lyons v. Isler, 1841; Lyons v. Lefevre, 1841; Lyons v. Reynolds, 1841; McLaren v. Lyons, 1841; R. v. Roemer, 1841; Chownk v. Chowne, 1842; Heley v. Mocatta, 1842; Hill v. Thompson, 1842; R. v. Crow, 1842; Rees v. Robottom, 1842; Hunter v. Maclaren, 1843; Smart v. Polack, 1844 ; Wheeler v. Johnson, 1858

promissory note, assignment Thurlow v. Condle, 1834

promissory note, consideration Hudson v Fitzgerald,1811; Nixon v. Bartley, 1831; Morgan v. Jones, 1834

promissory note, deceased payee Chandler v. Eckford, 1830

promissory note, defence of forgery Ward v. Nobbs, 1828

promissory note, defence that stolen Blackman v. MacVitie, 1830

promissory note, defences Levey v. Bennett, 1826

promissory note, discounting Goodall v. Armstrong and Hall v. Probart, 1792; Long v. Hedges, 1833

promissory note, failure of consideration Simmons v. Westmacott, 1838

promissory note, fraud James v. Raine, 1830

promissory note, interest Vowles v. Owen, 1829

promissory note, lack of consideration James v. Raine, 1830

promissory note, negotiability Vowles v. Owen, 1829

promissory note, property in R. v. Pashley, 1829

property damage Howe v. Underwood, 1826

property damage, by fire Bell v. Scott, 1828

prosecutions, ex officio R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827

Prospect R. v. Smith, 1831; Wilson v. Tarlington, 1832; Blower v. Larkin, 1833

prostitution R. v. Bowles, 1835

provocation Greenway v. Sanderson, 1817; R. v. Herne, 1825; R. v. Wells, 1826; R. v. Bacon, 1827; R. v. Puckeridge, Holmes, Sneid and Lee, 1827; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828; R. v. Johnson, Smith and Gilroy, 1828; R. v. Hughes, 1829; Thompson v. Willet, 1829; R. v. Carver, 1832; R. v. Manley, 1834; R. v. McGregor and Maloney, 1834; R. v. Collins, 1835; R. v. McConnell, 1835; R. v. McCarthy, 1836; R. v. Davis, 1837; R. v. Saunders, 1838; R. v. Kearnes, 1839; R. v. Maggs, 1839; R. v. Cooper, 1855

provocation to naval man Bodenham v. Biddulph, 1832

provocation, cooling of the blood R. v. Collins, 1835

provocation, cuckold R. v. Collins, 1835

provocation, sexual jealousy R. v. Collins, 1835

Provost Marshall, treatment of R. v. Gore, 1808

publican In re Meredith, 1840

Punchbowl Lees v. Henderson, 1839

 

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racial conflict R. v. Blue, 1824

racial prejudice (see also Aborigines; anti-Semitism) Raphael v. Gore and Eagar, 1818; Ex parte Salomon, 1834

rape (see also sexual assault on child) R. v. Wright, 1789; R. v. Marshall, 1795; R. v. Owens, 1799; R. v. Bevan, 1804; R. v. Daily, 1805; R. v. Davis (No. 2), 1809; R. v. Mow-watty, 1816; R. v. Cable 1824; R. v. Creswell, 1825; Ward v. Karnes, 1824; R. v. Connor, 1826; R. v. Jones (No. 2), 1826; R. v. Flanaghan, 1827; R. v. Kennedy, 1828; R. v. Morgan and Fox, 1828; R. v. Foley, 1831; R. v. Spillane, Costello and Ornsby, 1832; R. v. Black and others, 1833; R. v. Cunningham, 1833; R. v. Smith, 1833; R. v. Gallagher and Quigley, 1834; R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835; R. v. Woodhead and others, 1835; R. v. Collard, 1837; R. v. Hillas, 1837; R. v. Doyle, 1840; R. v. Wholohan, 1840; R. v. Saunders, 1841; R. v. Robson, 1842; R. v. Wild, 1851; R. v. Wild, 1852; R. v. Dick and Chamery, 1859
 

rape, attempted R. v. Preston and others, 1835; R. v. Tougher, 1839; R. v. Owens, 1856; R. v. Thiam, 1858

rape, character of woman R. v. Brady and Nutter, 1837

rape, past history of prosecutrix R. v. Rose, 1834

rape, penetration R. v. Martin, 1830

receiving stolen bills R. v. Fennel and others, 1820

receiving stolen cattle R. v. Regan, 1823

receiving stolen goods R. v. Nicholls, 1799; R. v. Lawrence and Lindsay, 1818; R. v. Delworth and others, 1820; R. v. Kelly, 1820; R. v. Kennedy and others, 1821; R. v. Best, 1826; R. v. Bullock and Clarke, 1826;  R. v. Lockett, Cowell and Cowell, 1826;  R. v. Patient, Morrison, Roberts and Mac'Cullum, 1826;  R. v. Rossi, Principal Superintendent of Police, 1826;  R. v. Smithers and Smithers, 1826;R. v. Turner, Kerr and Bates, 1826; R. v. Pasfield, 1827; R. v. Lees, 1828; R. v. Walker, Keefe, Cuff, Adkins and Coates, 1828; R. v. Dick and Jasper, 1829; R. v. Finch, 1830; R. v. Johnson and Nimmo, 1830; R. v. O'Brien and others, 1831; R. v. Smith, 1831; R. v. Toole, 1831; R. v. Spooner, 1832; R. v. Baldwin, 1834; R. v. Beaumont, 1834; R. v. Dougherty and Gwillim, 1834; R. v. Godfrey and Asker, 1834; R v. Cartwright, 1836; R. v. Monaghan, 1836; R. v. Clarke, Goodyear and others, 1837; R. v. Crosby and Lane, 1850; R. v. Dempsey and Grinham, 1851

receiving stolen goods, evidence of R. v. Bridgens, 1834

receiving stolen goods, presumption of guilt R. v. Bridgens, 1834

reception of English law Wentworth v. Crossley, 1801; R. v. Charland, 1824; R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; R. v. Cooper, 1825; R. v. Sheriff of New South Wales, 1825; R. v. Smith, 1825; R. v. Wentworth, Campbell, and Dunn, 1825; Walker v. Scott (No. 1), 1825; Willink v. Moore, 1825; R. v. Galvin, 1826; Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; R. v. Emerson, 1827; R. v. Walton et al., 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 4), 1827; Briggs v. Colls, 1828; Brown v. Alexander, 1828; Franks v. Ikin, 1828; In re Hussey and McGrath, 1828; Lord v. Dixon, 1828; Mills v. Rowe, 1828; R. v. Absolam and Gardner, 1828; R. v. Kelly (No. 1), 1828; R. v. Tennant, Ricks, Cane and Murphy, 1828; R. v. Vignell, 1828; Thurlow v. Hughes, 1828; In re Pashley, 1829; R. v. Baxter, 1829; R. v. Gardener and Yems, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1829; Schooner Darling, 1829; R. v. Hall, 1830; R. v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831; R. v. Foster, 1831; Pendray v. Dangar, 1832; R. v. Cowan and Campbell, 1833; R. v. Murray and Cunningham, 1833; R. v. Steele, 1834; In re Deedo, 1844; R. v. Knatchbull, 1844; Walker v. Solomon, 1890

reception of English law, admiralty R. v. Cape, 1838; R. v. Wilson and Windeyer, 1838; Vice Admiralty practitioners, 1842

reception of English law,  attitude of Burton J. Macdonald v. Levy, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833

reception of English law, bankruptcy In re Mahony, 1828; Suttor v. Chapman, 1830; Girard v. Terry, 1832; Bryant v. Humphreys, 1838; Campbell v. Macquoid, 1838; Ex parte Lyons, In re Wilson, 1839

reception of English law, bastardy Earle v. Nowlan, 1832

reception of English law, capital punishment Attainted Jurors Opinion, 1833

reception of English law, civil procedure Perkins v. McDonald, 1833; Wighton v. Howe, 1836; Sparke v. Campbell, 1837

reception of English law, convict rights Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833

reception of English law, criminal law R. v. Jones, 1842

reception of English law, criminal procedure R. v. Hardy, 1836; R. v. Macalister, 1838

reception of English law, Crown debts R. v. Girard, 1831

reception of English law, date of reception R. v. Broadbear and Broadbear, 1826; Applicability of Criminal Laws Opinion, 1828; Brown v. Mannix, 1828; R. v. Geeson, Herbert and Welsh, 1828; R. v. Monkey and others, 1835; R. v. Gawenlock, 1838; Ex parte Nichols, 1839

reception of English law, debt recovery Moore and Keith v. Macdonald, 1832

reception of English law, deceit Cape v. McIntosh, 1835

reception of English law, division of profession In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835

reception of English law, equity procedure Chancery Practice, 1832

reception of English law, evidence Jones v. Moore, 1836

reception of English law, footpaths Pike v. Bates, 1832

reception of English law, forgery R. v. Mitchell, 1841

reception of English law, gambling R. v. Schofield, 1838

reception of English law, hanging in chains R. v. Monkey and others, 1835

reception of English law, imprisonment for debt abolition Ex parte Hunter, 1842

reception of English law, insolvency In re Low, 1841

reception of English law, Insurrection Act R. v. McCarthy, 1836

reception of English law, interpreting R. v. Sandy, 1839

reception of English law, jury R. v. Sullivan, 1832

reception of English law, land law R. v. Payne, 1830; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835; Mackaness qui tam v. Wills and others, 1837

reception of English law, liability of sheriff Ex parte Hutchinson, In re Terry v. Meehan, 1830; Lyons v. Macquoid, 1835

reception of English law, market overt McLucas v. Hunt, 1834; Fitzgerald v. Luck, 1839

reception of English law, marriage Miller v. Brett, 1832; R. v. Maloney, 1836

reception of English law, poor laws R. v. Schofield, 1838

reception of English law, prisons regulations Anonymous (No. 2), 1830

reception of English law, procedure Long v. Boucher, 1830; Lord v. Kent, 1830; McFarlane v. Weller, 1832; Doe dem. Johnstone v. Simpson, 1839; Murray v. Matthew, 1840; Attorney General v. Abercrombie, 1841

reception of English law, Prisoners' Counsel Act Ex parte Nichols, 1839

reception of English law, recovery of professional fees Smith v. Kemp, 1835

reception of English law, stamp duty Walker and Co. v. Appleton and Co., 1838

reception of English law, Statute of Limitations Pendray v. Nichols, 1834

reception of English law, succession, ecclesiastical jurisdiction In the estate of Bradbury, 1837

reception of English law, usury Brownlow v. Graham, 1833; Macdonald v. Levy, 1833

recognisance R. v. Hayes, 1831

regatta Levien v. Lord, 1838

Regentville R. v. Stokes, 1834

Registrar, right to fees Re Manning, 1838

Registrar of Supreme Court, appointment of Ex parte Raine (No. 1), 1828

registration of deeds Brown v. Raine, 1835; Doe dem. Loane v. Cooper, 1835

registration of interests Brown, Manager of Australian Company v. Dixon (No. 1), 1833

relief against forfeiture Doe dem. Manning v. Hipkiss, 1835

religion Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836

religion, influence of Speech to Jury (1), 1841

religious bigotry R. v. Tougher, 1839

religious quarrel R. v. Clay and Bevidge, 1839; R. v. Tougher, 1839
 

remedies, choice of (see also election between remedies) Campbell v. Milson, 1831; Mossman v. Warren, 1831; Lyons v. Lyons, 1833; Cuffe v. Onus, 1834

rent (see distress for rent; tenancy)

replevin Nash v. Purcell, 1828; Honey v. Blake, 1829; Dunahay v. Ritchie, 1830; In re Hart and Terry, 1832; Hindson v. De Mestre, 1833; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833; Wilson v. Macquoid, 1833; Terry, assignee of the Sheriff v. Hart, 1834; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1835; Terry v. Macquoid, 1835

replevin, judicial attitudes to Bell v. Leary, 1829

republicanism Division of the Legal Profession, 1834

repugnance to English law (see also judicial review of legislation; reception of English law) Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; Nash v. Purcell, 1828; R. v. Vignell, 1828; R. v. Hall, 1830; R. v. Smith and McCormick, 1830; Macdonald v. Levy, 1833; Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833

repugnance to English law, Bushranging Act R. v. Elliot, 1834

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

res judicata Ex parte Ingless, in re Wilson, 1837; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1847; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1848; Campbell v. Burdekin, 1850

restitution Lyons v. Lyons, 1833; Park v. Kenny, 1834; Piper v. Beattie, 1837

restraint of trade clause Sherwin v. Edwards, 1841

retrospective legislation Gilroy v. Mannix, 1833

revenue laws R. v. James, 1825; Noble v. Cotton, 1830

reward R. v. Lynch, 1827; R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834; R. v. Fowler and others, 1835

reward, reduction of convict's sentence R. v. Baker, 1828

Richmond R. v. Flanaghan, 1827

right of way Lewis v. Klensendorlffe, 1839

right of way by prescription (see also highway, when public) Pike v. Bates, 1832

right to counsel R. v. Welsh and Birgan, 1828

riot R. v. Roberts, 1800; R. v. Accroid, 1813; R. v. Macarthur, 1828; R. v. Anzelark, Riley, Pearce and Pearce, 1838

riparian rights French v. McHenry, 1832; Hallen v. King, 1839

river, rights to French v. McHenry, 1832

road accident Stedman v. Rose, and Co., 1826; R. v. Pigott and Crampton, 1828; Raine v. Busby, 1829; Howell v. Payne, 1831; Jackson v. Hart, 1831; Power v. Higgins, Higgins, Ryan, Marr and Cunninghame, 1833; Bell v. Crowder, 1834; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; Crabb v. Booth, 1835; R. v. Fitzpatrick, 1837; R. v. Landsdowne, 1840

road way Lewis v. Klensendorlffe, 1839

road gang (see convicts, road gang)

robbery (see also highway robbery) R. v. Harris, 1816; R. v. Patient, Morrison, Roberts and Mac'Cullum, 1826; R. v. Bowen and Hughes, 1833; R. v. Douglas et al., 1834; R. v. Elliot and Smith, 1834; R. v. Walker, Barlow and Jackson, 1834; R. v. Fellows and Clayton, 1835; R. v. Mandle, Tilley and Clawson, 1836; R. v. Mills and others, 1838; R. v. Muskelly and Cumming, 1838; R. v. Smith, 1838; R. v. Bull, 1839; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1839; R. v. Paul Paul, 1850; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1851; R. v. Sippy, 1854; R. v. Cadwallader and Williams, 1859
 

robbery in dwelling house (see also burglary, dwelling house; stealing in dwelling house) R. v. Mackay and Dickenson, 1826; R. v. Lynch, 1827; R. v. Ward and Power, 1827; R. v. Williams, Sullivan and Kirby, 1828; R. v. Bowen and others, 1831; R. v. Dougall, 1833; R. v. Drake, Drakeford, Wilson, Wallace and Batchelor, 1833; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1833; R. v. Forrester, Gibbon and Jones, 1834; R. v. McGuire and Phillips, 1834

robbery in dwelling house, female defendant R. v. Webb and Webb, 1825

robbery, of school teacher R. v. Creek, 1838

robbery, slight force R. v. Hammond, 1829

rule of law Boston v. Laycock, 1795; R. v. Macarthur, 1808; R. v. Sutter, 1808

rule of the road Jackson v. Hart, 1831; Bell v. Crowder, 1834

Rules of the Supreme Court, attorneys' opposition to In re Rowe, 1835

Rum rebellion, see Bligh, Governor, rebellion against

Rushcutters Bay R. v. West, 1832

 

 

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