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

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Saint Alban's R. v. Shea, 1841

sailors - see ships' crew 

sale of goods Gavin v. Tims, 1821; Macqueen v. Lamb, 1824; Onions v. Raine, 1837; Hebblewhite v. Delany, 1841; Lyons v. Munroe, 1841; Walford v. Mann, 1841; Holmes v. Howard, 1842; Collins v. Davidson, 1857; McGrath v. Blundell, 1857

sale of goods, expectation damages Wight v. Barker, 1839; Young v. Wilson, 1851

sale of goods, fitness for purpose Mitchell v. Tooth, 1837

sale of goods, implied title McLucas v. Hunt, 1834

sale of goods, market overt McLucas v. Hunt, 1834; Fitzgerald v. Luck, 1839

sale of goods, merchantable quality Levey v. Bennett, 1826; Winder v. Morgan, 1833; Park v. Cooper, 1834; Lyons and another v. Bryant and another, 1837; Lee v. Green, 1838; Wight v. Barker, 1839

sale of goods, non-acceptance Lee v. Holdsworth, 1839

sale of goods, non-delivery Kent v. Mattinson, 1810;  Green v. Hanson, 1835; Walker v. Hughes, 1839; Wight v. Barker, 1839; Bradley v. Shipley, 1840; Marcus v. Healey, 1840

sale of goods, payment Anderson v. Hughes, 1838

sale of goods, rescission Bryant v. Kentish, 1832; Lee v. Green, 1838; Simmons v. Westmacott, 1838

sale of goods, sale by description Hansey v. Girard, 1830; Eager v. Levey, 1833; Mitchell v. Tooth, 1837; Simmons v. Westmacott, 1838; Smart v. Solomons, 1838; Wight v. Barker, 1839

sale of goods, sale by sample Kermode v. Levy, 1820; Campbell v. Cooper, 1829; Smart v. Solomons, 1838; Clendon v. Smith, 1840; Harper v. Watkins, 1841; Wheeler v. Johnson, 1858
 

sale of goods, title Fitzgerald v. Luck, 1839
 

sale of goods, warranty Henderson v. Colls, 1828; Brown v. Hayward, 1840

sale of goods, warranty and misrepresentation Ellis v. Cuthbert, 1829

sale of goods, warranty of quality Smart v. Dick, 1837

sale of goods, warranty of soundness Bryant v. Kentish, 1832

Salem, imports from R. v. Smart, 1834

salvage James v. Dillon, 1822; In re Mackay v. David, 1832

satire Josephson v. Fulton, 1839

school fees, recovery of Kirby v. Hughes, 1842; Troughtan v. Moffatt, 1842

school teacher, assault by R. v. Davis, 1838

schools (see also education law) 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; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 2), 1833; R. v. Hammond, 1838

sciere facias Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831

Scone R. v. Watson, 1841

seal catching Kearns v. the Sophia, 1805; Robinson v. Hook, 1810; Brady v. Campbell, 1811; Bryant v. Hook, 1812; Wood v. Campbell, 1812; The Governor v. Riggs, 1820

seal skins Robinson v. Hook, 1810; Brady v. Campbell, 1811; Bryant v. Hook,1812; Wood v. Campbell,1812; Eager v. Levey, 1833

search warrant R. v. Gillman, 1824

search warrant, malicious obtaining of Thurlow v. Lewis, 1835

security for debt R. v. Forbes, 1826

security on cattle R. v. Forbes, 1826

sedition R. v. O'Dwyer and others, 1807; Eagar v. Field, 1820; Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827

seditious libel R. v. Callaghan, 1789; R. v. Webb, 1794; R. v. Sutter, 1808; R. v. Bennett, 1809; R. v. Palmer and Hook, 1809; R. v. Bland, 1818; R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827; Palmers and Hook Case,1809; R. v. Wardell (No. 2), 1827; R. v. Wardell (No. 3), 1827; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1829; R. v. Hayes, 1829

seduction Ward v. Karnes, 1824; Earle v. Nowlan, 1832; Cook v. McIntosh, 1836; Laurie v. Beilby, 1837; Carrick v. Russel, 1841; Bryan v. Polack (No. 2), 1842; Quiney v. Wagstaff, 1870; Degotardi v. Kemsley, 1878; Gibbes v. Kentwell, 1884; Solomon v. Gerson, 1889; Bendall v. Davies, 1890; Stewart v. Duggan, 1890; Berry v. Osborne, 1892; Mackay v. Henderson, 1892; Rose v. Mitchell, 1896

Segenhoe R. v. Hughes and Donnelly, 1828

self-defence Lawliss v. Knoffe, 1824; R. v. Clyne, 1825; R. v. Herne, 1825; R. v. Johnston, Clarke, Nicholson, Castles, and Crear, 1824; R. v. Johnson, Smith and Gilroy, 1828; R. v. Wright, 1829; R. v. Lockhard, 1833; Nathan v. Meredith, 1834; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Manley, 1834; R. v. Beane, 1835; R. v. Poignand, 1836; R. v. Walker, 1836; R. v. Saunders, 1838; Greece v. Bullivant and another, 1838; R. v. Johnstone, 1838; R. v. Reynolds, 1838; R. v. Bryan, 1839; R. v. Kearnes, 1839; R. v. Trigg, 1839

self-defence, against animal Lees v. Henderson, 1839

self -defence, defence of squatting run against Aborigines R. v. Bolden, 1841

self-defence, trespass to land Solomon v. Talbot, 1836

self-help Bucknell v. Moran, 1829

self-incrimination R. v. Kaine, 1830; R. v. O'Brien and others, 1831; R. v. Smith, 1831; R. v. Blake, 1832; Ex parte Ingless, in re Wilson, 1837

self-incrimination, caution against R. v. Vials, 1834

sentencing discretion (see also Crown mercy; death recorded) R. v. Thompson, 1814; R. v. Haggerty and others, 1820; R. v. Kelly, 1820; R. v. Dailey and Neary , 1825; R. v. Bullock and Clarke, 1826; R. v. Cable, 1826; R. v. Edwards and Holt, 1826; R. v. Patient, Morrison, Roberts and Mac'Cullum, 1826; R. v. Radley, 1826; R. v. Flanagan et al., 1827; R. v. Hoyle, 1827; R. v. Lynch, 1827; Anonymous, 1828; R. v. Curtis and Murtagh, 1828; R. v. Guyse, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1828; R. v. Holmes, Owens and Whisken, 1828; R. v. Iron, 1828; R. v. Johnson, 1828; R. v. Stephenson, Airs, Turner and another, 1828; R. v. Taylor and Farrell, 1828; R. v. Baxter, 1829; R. v. Cooke and Walsh, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 2), 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 4), 1829; R. v. Payne, 1829; R. v. Payne, Waylin and Middleton, 1829; R. v. Regan, 1829; R. v. Sly, 1829; R. v. Butler, McFarlane, Knox and Cullen, 1833; R. v. Cowan and Campbell, 1833; R. v. Dixon, 1833; R. v. Hillyard, 1833; R. v. Jeffries and Pearce, 1833; R. v. Dougherty and Gwillim, 1834; R. v. Elliot, 1834; R. v. Gallagher and Quigley, 1834; R. v. Godfrey and Asker, 1834; R. v. Manley, 1834; R. v. Smith and Akers, 1834; R. v. Stokes, 1834; R. v. Wilks, 1834; R. v. Lowe, 1839; R. v. Lloyd, 1840; R. v. Mitchell, 1841; R. v. Saunders, 1841; R. v. Cavanagh, 1851; R. v. Anderson and others, 1855

sentencing discretion, alteration of sentence R. v. Kelly, 1831

sentencing discretion, children R. v. Ross, 1832

sentencing discretion, disagreement among judges R. v. Farrell, Dingle and Woodward, 1831

sentencing discretion, doubt as to guilt R. v. Spooner, 1832; R. v. Tomlinson, Silk and Falkner, 1832; R. v. Holden, 1838

sentencing discretion, hard labour on public works R. v. Murphy, 1851

sentencing discretion, mandatory sentences R. v. Dunn and Young, 1837

sentencing discretion, murder R. v. Holden, 1838

sentencing discretion, plea of guilty R. v. Ford, 1826; R. v. Tennant, Ricks, Cane and Murphy, 1828; R. v. Baker, 1828

self-incrimination, privilege against In re Stephen and Nicholls, 1835

sentencing discretion, uncertainty about guilt R. v. Merchant, 1838

sentencing discretion, women R. v. Hall (No. 5), 1829

separation deed between spouses Mills v. Rowe, 1828; Therry v. Wilson and Carew, 1833

separation of powers Broadbear and wife v. McArthur et al., 1827; R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834

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

separation of powers, view of Dowling C.J. Williams v. Campbell, 1838

servant, enticing away Green v. Pashley, 1840
 

service of process R. v. Galvin, 1826; Ex parte the Sheriff, 1839; Fisher v. Wilson, 1840

service of process, avoidance R. v. Macalister, 1838

set off  (see also costs, set off) Bryant v. Hook,1812;O'Burne v. Campbell,1812; Franks v. Ikin, 1828; R. v. Mackaness, 1828; Belcher v. Dences, 1829; Cullen v. Crawford, 1829; Budenham v. Phillips, 1830; Hall v. Mansfield (No. 2), 1830; Rowe v O'Donnel, 1830; Williamson v. Arnold, 1831; Lee v. Macqueen, 1832; Dennis v. Solomon and others, executors of Colls, 1833; Patterson v. Hughes, 1833; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835; Briggs v. Humphrey, 1838; McLoughlan v. Jones, 1840; Bloomfield v. Raper, 1842; Gore v. Hughes, 1842; Walsh v. Prout, 1842; Bulgin v. McCabe, 1859

setting aside judgment (see also arrest of judgment) Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; Nichols v. Macdonald, 1836

settlement of litigation Keys v. Ellison and wife, 1831

sexual assault (see also assault, sexual; rape) R. v. Billy, 1859

sexual assault on child R. v. Wright, 1789; R. v. Bevan, 1804; R. v. Daily, 1805; R. v. Jones (No. 2), 1826; R. v. Kennedy, 1828; R. v. Martin, 1830; R. v. Smith, 1833; R. v. Collard, 1837; R. v. Merchant, 1838; R. v. Vaux, 1839; R. v. Saunders, 1841; R. v. Shean, 1841; R. v. Wild, 1852; R. v. Cammack, 1854; R. v. Groombridge, 1855; R. v. Murphy, 1856

sexual assault on man R. v. Kilmartin, 1835

shearers, payment in liquor R. v. Tufts, 1838

sheep farming R. v. Walker, Keefe, Cuff, Adkins and Coates, 1828; Mossman v. Warren, 1831; Williams v. Campbell, 1838

sheep shearing R. v. Tufts, 1838

sheep, scabby Williams v. Campbell, 1838

sheriff R. v. Lansdowne, 1827

sheriff, appointment of Humphreys v. Macquoid, 1841

sheriff, fraud by Rapsey v. Singleton, 1832

sheriff, source of regulation of Anonymous (No. 2), 1830

sheriff's auction, undervalue Brownlow v. Graham, 1833

sheriff's fees Ready v. Macquoid, 1830; Cavenagh v. Moran, 1833; Innis v. Macquoid, 1833

sheriff's liability Spark v. Josephson, 1826; R. v. Mackaness, 1828; Taylor v. Mackaness, 1828; Terry v. Howell, 1828; Dickens v. Macquoid, 1829; Lucas v. McQuoid, 1829; Norton v. Mackaness, 1829; Clarckson v. Pickering, 1830; Ex parte Hutchinson, In re Terry v. Meehan, 1830; Hoskin v. McQuoid, 1830; Ready v. Macquoid, 1830; De Mestre v. Ramplin, 1831; R. v. Macquoid, 1832; Roche v. Macquoid, 1832; Innis v. Macquoid, 1833; Klensendorlffe v. Macquoid, 1833; Rhode v. McQuoid, 1833; Wilson v. Macquoid, 1833; Lyons v. Macquoid, 1835; Porter v. Macquoid, 1835; Terry v. Macquoid, 1835; Henderson v. Macquoid, 1836; Weston v. Fattorini, 1837; Ex parte the Sheriff, 1839; Wentworth v. Macquoid, 1841

sheriff's officers Eagar v. Terry, 1828; Hughes v. Singleton, 1832; Klensendorlffe v. Macquoid, 1833; McQuoid v. Thornton, 1834

sheriff's officers, assault on R. v. Morris, 1831

sheriff's rights Cavenagh v. Boucher, 1831

ship, see also Admiralty

ship passengers (see passenger on ship)

ship registration In re de Mestre, 1830; Lyons v. Walker, 1842; Simmons v. Abrahams, 1842; R. v. Lowe, 1843

ship wreck James v. Dillon, 1822

ship, arrest of Macdonald and others v. the Governor Bourke, 1839

ship, capture of Roache v. Jones, 1836

ship, custom on R. v. Thompson, Walker and Reeves, 1832

ship, discipline on Arkinstall v. Feguson, 1806; Merrett v. Kenn, MacCleod and Butterworth, 1826; R. v. Leitch, 1826; Fuller v. Drake, 1827; McDowall v. Middleton, 1827; Nowlan v. Young, 1828; Roberts v. Moncrief, 1828; R. v. Taylor, 1829; Thompson v. Willet, 1829; Cassim v. the Mary Ann, 1831; R. v. Aglethorpe, 1831; Taylor v. Christie, 1831; Austin v. Biddle, 1832; R. v. Anderson, Davis and others, 1832; R. v. Firth and others, 1832; R. v. Thompson, Walker and Reeves, 1832; Maher v. Robinson, 1833; Neal v. Brown, 1833; R. v. Higgins, Fuller, Anderson, Thomas, Belford and Walsh, 1833; R. v. Northwood, 1833; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835; R. v. Trigg, 1839; R. v. Skewes, 1840

ship, forfeiture of (see also arrest of ship; condemnation of ship) Noble v. Cotton, 1830

ship, lay of profits Robinson v. Hook, 1810 Anonymous, 1811; Brady v. Campbell, 1811

ship, seaworthiness Porter v. Jones, 1839; Simmons v. Lamb, 1840

ship, stealing of R. v. Clarke and others, 1821; R. v. Spratt and others, 1822

ship, title to Lord v. Campbell, 1822; Taylor v. Mackaness, 1828; Lyons v. Walker, 1842; Simmons v. Abrahams, 1842; R. v. Lowe, 1843

shipping bond Terry v. Ritchie, 1819; The Governor v. Ritchie, 1819

shipping, breach of articles Slater v. Underwood, 1811

shipping, charter party Barnard v. Lord, 1819; Terry v. Ritchie, 1819; Hunt v. Loane; Loane v. Hunt, 1820 and 1821; Cuthbert v. Hindson, 1832; Hirst v. Dunlop, 1843

shipping, damaged goods Cohen v. Ritchie, 1830

ship, lien Barnard v. Lord, 1819

ship, relationship between master and owner R. v. Blaxland, Blaxland and Lord, 1808

shipping, wool Barnard v. Lord, 1819

ship's crew Robinson v. Hook, 1810; Brady v. Campbell, 1811;O'Burne v. Campbell, 1812; Wood v. Campbell,1812; Jarrett v. James,1814; R. v. Ison, 1820; Hourston v. Norris, 1825; R. v. Leitch, 1826; Fuller v. Drake, 1827; Sims and Foster v. The Ship Cumberland, 1827; R. v. Taylor, 1829; Cassim v. the Mary Ann, 1831; Taylor v. Christie, 1831; Austin v. Biddle, 1832; R. v. Thompson, Walker and Reeves, 1832; R. v. Anderson, Davis and others, 1832; R. v. Firth and others, 1832; Neal v. Brown, 1833; R. v. Northwood, 1833; Buckles v. Russel, 1835; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835; R. v. Grieves, 1839; R. v. Trigg, 1839; Amner v. Duck, 1840; R. v. Blandford, 1841; R. v. Tabee, 1841; R. v. Edwards, 1842

ship's crew, abandonment R. v. Cape, 1838

ship's crew, absence from duty R. v. Aglethorpe, 1831

ships' crews, alcohol allowance Winder v. Williams, 1818; R. v. Skewes, 1840

ships' crew, contract of employment Kearns v. the Sophia, 1805

ships' crew, custom of drinking the cargo Winder v. Williams, 1818

ship's crew, desertion Geary v. Vivian, 1830; R. v. Wilson and Windeyer, 1838; R. v. McLeod, 1842

ship's crew, discipline R. v. Cape, 1838; R. v. Peake, 1842

ship's crew, lay of profits Buckles v. Russel, 1835; R. v. Cape, 1838

ship's crew, mutiny Jackson v. Cooper, 1831

ship's crew, revolt R. v. Higgins, Fuller, Anderson, Thomas, Belford and Walsh, 1833

ship's crew, share of profits Jackson v. Cooper, 1831

ship's crew, wages Macdonald and others v. the Governor Bourke, 1839; In re Deedo, 1844

ship's master, assault by Solomon v. Bartlett, 1841

ship's master, rights against owner The Nimrod; Wilson v. the Nimrod, 1838

ship's mate, assault by R. v. Edwards, 1842

shipping law Wood v. Campbell, 1812

shipwrecked goods R. v. West, 1825

Shoalhaven R. v. Hackett, Foley, Donoghue, Kanes and Sweeny, 1829; Ex parte Pendray, 1839

shooting (see also Lord Ellenborough's Act) R. v. May, 1822; R. v. Gore, 1824; R. v. Smith, 1825; R. v. Fenton, 1840
 

shop lifting R. v. Tomlinson, Silk and Falkner, 1832

signature, proof of Perkins v. McDonald, 1833

slander (and see libel) Probart v. Grose, 1792; Barker v. Jemott, 1819; Cooper and Wife v. Best, 1825; Klensendorlffe v. Oakes (No. 2), 1827; Gannon v. Jobbins, 1828; Stephen v. Dixon, 1830; Suttor v. Chapman, 1830; Goodwin v. Lamb and Parbury, 1835; Smith v. Egan, 1835; Hall v. Hawdon, 1840; Collins v. Elwyn, 1842; Collins v. Elwin, 1843; Wright v. Byrne, 1851; Crego v. Cambell, 1857; Fidler v. Jones, 1859; Prior v. Anderson, 1891; Besomo v. Keating, 1895
 

slander, allegation that convict McCabe v. Watson, 1858

slander, conditional statement White v. Atkins, 1835

slander, intention of defendant Rowe v. Wilson, 1833

slander, meaning of Hyland v. Smith, 1833

slander, of magistrate Bell v. Pearce, 1854

slander, privilege White v. Atkins, 1835; Power v. Cribb, 1852

slander, qualified privilege Whitfield v. Caswell, 1837

slander, reputation of woman Spencer v. Jeffery, 1826

slander, words spoken in court Eagar v. Field, 1820

slavery, compensation for abolition Hart v. Mackie, 1841; Peacock v. Mackie, 1841

slip rule Yeomans and Danger v. Hewitt, 1832

smuggling Noble v. Cotton, 1830; Ex parte Girard, 1839
 

sodomy R. v. Hyson, 1796; R. v. Wilkinson, 1796; R. v. Wilson, 1814; R. v. Rogers, 1826; R. v. Stephenson, Airs, Turner and another, 1828; R. v. Cullen, 1834;  R. v. Rooney, 1834; R. v. Hayden, 1835; Whitfield v. Caswell, 1837; R. v. Morris, 1839; R. v. Rushton, 1840; R. v. Gemmell, 1841; R. v. Teeam, 1852; R. v. Moore (No. 1) , 1857
 

soldier, action against Boston v. Laycock, 1795; Solomon v. Moore, 1826

sodomy, attempt R. v. Dundas, 1809; R. v. Wilson, 1809

sodomy, capital punishment R. v. Cary, 1834

soldiers, criminal defendants (see also military defendants in crime) R. v. Smith, 1840

soldiers, relations with civil population R. v. Stock, 1833

Solicitor General, right to defend prisoners R. v. Macduff, 1832

Solicitor General, servants of R. v. Kyne, 1834

solicitors (see also legal practitioners) Clayton v. Rowe, 1825

solicitors as defence counsel Solicitors as Defence Counsel, 1852

solicitors, right of appearance Re Nichols, 1837

solitary confinement R. v. Smith and Akers, 1834

South Australia McLaren v. Lyons, 1842

South Creek R. v. Burke and Donahu, 1826; R. v. Hogarty, How, Bailey and Laragy, 1826; R. v. Patient, Morrison, Roberts and Mac'Cullum, 1826; R. v. Jones, 1838; R. v. Harrison, 1840

Spanish dollars (see also forgery, Spanish dollars) R. v. Madden, 1826; R. v. Moore and Reilly, 1826; R. v. Hughes, 1827; R. v. Vignell, 1828; Underwood v. Wheeler, 1829

specific performance Raine v. McQuoid, 1830; R. v. West, 1832; Doe dem. Green v. Solomon, 1838; Hughes v. Sparke, 1838; Neale v. Solomon, 1838; Ex parte Hughes, 1839; Walker v. Hughes, 1839; Hall v. Borton, 1841; Innes v. Holt, 1841; Stubbs v. Innes, 1841; Terry v. Booth, 1841; Foss and Lloyd v. Murphy, 1842; Kennedy v. Massagori, 1842

specific performance, defences Macdonald v. Wright, 1837; Norton v. Johnstone, 1840; and see Smart v. Samuel, 1843

squatters' runs, isolation R. v. Collins, 1835

squatters' runs, sale of Smart v. Samuel, 1843; Nicol v. Moffatt, 1855

squatters' title Martin v. Munn, 1833; Doe dem. Payne v. Ashby, 1834; Frewin v. Kinghorne and another, 1837; Scott v. Dight, 1839; R. v. Bolden, 1841

squatting R. v. Beane, 1835; Speech to Jury, 1835

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

squatting, title to land Bowerman v. MacKenzie, 1850

squatting, trespass Williams v. Campbell, 1838; Hallen v. King, 1839; Keyes v. Smith, 1839; Cobcroft v. Pringle, 1840; Cox v. Robertson, 1840; Hall v. Scougal, 1840; Jones v. Hunter, 1843; Wiseman v. Ogilvie, 1843; Bowerman v. MacKenzie, 1850
 

squatting practice R. v. Harrop and Viall, 1832

stage coach Ex parte Nichols, 1839

stamp duty Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; R. v. Hall (No. 3), 1828

Statute of Frauds Eagar v. Terry, 1828; McQuoid v. Lord, 1831; Lyons v. Lyons, 1833; Smithers v. Hughes, 1834; Doe dem. Loane v. Cooper, 1835; Anderson v. Hughes, 1838; Hall v. Borton, 1841; Stubbs v. Innes, 1841

Statute of Limitations Willink v. Moore, 1825; Guise v. Klensendorlffe, 1827; Hogan v. Brown, 1830; Lord v. Wentworth, 1832; Harris v. Riley, 1833; Dillon v. Terry, 1835; Bland v. Terry, 1838; Hughes and another v. Davis, 1838 

statute of limitations, equity, Eagar v. Hall, 1840

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

statutory construction R. v. Wilson and Windeyer, 1838; Ex parte Buchanan, 1839

statutory interpretation R. v. James, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; R. v. Vignell, 1828; In re Jane New, 1829; Underwood v. Wheeler, 1829; Pendray v. Nichols, 1834; Ex parte Girard, 1839; Ex parte Hunter, 1842

statutory interpretation, "newspaper" R. v. Hall (No. 3), 1828

statutory interpretation, penal statutes R. v. Sawyer, 1842

statutes, colonial, legal status of Walker v. Hughes, 1839

statutes, judicial notice of Walker v. Hughes, 1839

stay of execution Lucas v. McQuoid, 1829

stay of proceedings Hayes v. Ellis, 1831

stealing (see also larceny) R. v. Bennett, 1788; R. v. Plowman, 1789; R. v. Halford, 1790; R. v. Parr, 1790; R. v. Paul, 1790; R. v. Ashford, 1793; R. v. Bevan, 1794; R. v. Nicholls, 1799; R. v. Dabbs, 1805; R. v. Dawson and Waldron, 1809; R. v. de Grassa, 1809; R. v. Lawrence and Lindsay, 1818; R. v. Delworth and others, 1820; R. v. Fennel and others, 1820; R. v. Davis, 1821; R. v. Halden and others, 1823; R. v. Welsh and Sullivan, 1823; R. v. Wise, 1825; R. v. Bullock and Clarke, 1826; R. v. Cossar, 1826; R. v. Jones (No. 1), 1826; R. v. Laurie, 1826; R. v. Shiek Brown, 1826; R. v. Short, 1826; R. v. Palmer and Palmer, 1827; R. v. Absolam and Gardner, 1828; R. v. Williams, 1829; R. v. Harris and Piesnell, 1832; R. v. Tunney and Durand, 1833; R. v. Boltbee, 1833 (W.A.); R. v. Smart, 1834; R. v. White, 1834; R. v. Hay, 1835; R. v. Long Dick, Jack Jones, Abraham, and Gibber Paddy, 1835; R. v. Scott, 1841; R. v. Robson, 1842; R. v. Saw, 1842; R. v. Petty, 1849 (W.A.); R. v. Denham, 1850; R. v. McGuiness and others, 1850; R. v. McDonald, 1850; R. v. Rust, 1850; R. v. Stanley, 1850; R. v. Booth, 1850; R. v. Broadhurst, 1850; R. v. Jessop, 1850; R. v. Jones, 1850; R. v. Myers, 1850; R. v. Clarke, 1851; R. v. Curry, 1851; R. v. Dempsey and Grinham, 1851; R. v. Hardcastle, 1851; R. v. Harrison and others, 1851; R. v. Johnson, 1851; R. v. Jones, 1851; R. v. Leggatt, 1851; R. v. McMahon, 1851; R. v. Melville, 1851; R. v. Morrison, 1851; R. v. Munro, 1851; R. v. Parry, 1851 ; R. v. Semple (No. 2), 1851; R. v. Talbot, 1851; R. v. Williams, 1851; R. v. Maria, 1852; R. v. Mickaloi, 1852; R. v. Parry, 1852; R. v. Tinkabed, 1852; R. v. Williams, 1852; R. v. Bull and Billy, 1853; R. v. Lye, 1853; R. v. Thompson, 1853; R. v. Thomson and Thomson, 1853; R. v. O'Neil, 1854; R. v. Riley, 1854; R. v. Ang, 1855; R. v. Chick and Hock, 1855; R. v. Dunford, 1855; R. v. Daly, 1856; R. v. Pritchard, 1856; R. v. Bedong and Johnny, 1857; R. v. Woodby, 1857; R. v. Flood, 1858; R. v. Johnny, 1858; R. v. Jackey, 1858; R. v. Chah, 1859; R. v. Davis, 1859; R. v. Flanagan, 1859; R. v. Portley, 1859; R. v. Simple, 1859

stealing, act of R. v. Smith, 1832

stealing, animals R. v. Loveday and Smith, 1805; R. v. Donlan and Condron, 1809

stealing, bill of exchange R. v. Wood, 1809;  R. v. Threlfo, Wood, Sheppard and Wilson, 1827

stealing, boat R. v. McLeod, 1842

stealing, by adulterer R. v. Ryan, 1858

stealing, by carrier R. v. Maxwell, 1841; R. v. Gray, 1857; R. v. Darker, 1856; R. v. Henry, 1856

stealing, by government official R. v. Baxter, 1827

stealing, by police, Chief Constable victim R. v. Connor, 1856

stealing, by servant R. v. Hazard, 1841

stealing, cattle R. v. McFadden, 1817; R. v. Haggerty and others, 1820; R. v. Oliver and Smith, 1821; R. v. Smith and others, 1822; R. v. Regan, 1823; R. v. Davison, 1827; R. v. Gogarty and Keegan, 1827; R. v. West and West, 1827; R. v. Bensley, 1828; R. v. Curtis and Murtagh, 1828; R. v. Kable and Murray, 1828; R. v. Flaher, Curtis and Alpin, 1828; R. v. Welsh and Birgan, 1828; R. v. Kaine 1830; R. v. Cowan and Campbell, 1833; R. v. Cullen, Doyle and Walsh, 1834; R. v. Dawley, Madden and Murray, 1834; R. v. Thorn, 1834; R. v. White, 1835; Donnison v. Faunce, 1837; R. v. Bingle and Were, 1837; R. v. Donnison, 1837; R. v. Ambling, 1838; R v. Dundomah, 1840; R. v. Humphreys, 1840; R. v. Kelly, 1851; R. v. Kenny, 1851; R. v. Hallam, 1852; R. v. Burgess, 1854
 

stealing, cattle, title R v. Middleton and Clarke, 1827

stealing, clothes R. v. Hatton and Cross, 1791; R. v. Watkins, 1791; R. v. Barker, 1830;  R. v. Hunt and Baker, 1830; R. v. Kavenagh, 1830

stealing, currency R. v. Gwillin, 1823

stealing, food, in famine period R. v. Elliott, 1790; R. v. Williams and Lane, 1790

stealing, food rations R. v. Barrett, 1788; R. v. Hill, 1788; R. v. Sherman and Freeman, 1788

stealing, from employer R. v. Bretner, 1859

stealing, from the person R. v. Smith, 1858

stealing, gold R. v. Corbett and Corbett, 1859

stealing, horses R. v. Cable, 1826; R. v. Reynolds, 1827; R. v. Groves and McColville, 1829; R. v. Kaine, 1830; R. v. Murray and Cunningham, 1833; R. v. Davis, 1834; R. v. Cummings, 1840; R. v. Hogan, 1841; R. v. Watson, 1841; R. v. Butler, 1850; R. v. Flynn, 1850; R. v. Hallam, 1850; R. v. Dwyer, 1852; R. v. Harney, 1854; R. v. Brady, 1856; R. v. Montgomery, 1857; R. v. Flood, 1858; R. v. Sullivan, 1858; R. v. Sutherland, 1858

stealing, in bank R. v. Kelly (No. 2), 1828; R. v. Lees, 1828; R. v. Payne, 1829

stealing, in dwelling house (see also burglary, dwelling house; robbery in dwelling house) R. v. Bacon, 1806; R. v. Clensey and others, 1820; R. v. Simmons and others, 1820; R. v. Kennedy and others, 1821; R. v. Stone, 1822; R. v. Lansdowne, 1827; R. v. Browne and Cordingly, 1827; R. v. Sheppard, Piper and Pate, 1827; R. v. Evans, 1828; R. v. Feeby, 1828; R. v. Holmes, Owens and Whisken, 1828; R. v. Hughes and Donnelly, 1828; R. v. Kelly (No. 1), 1828; R. v. Tennant, Ricks, Cane and Murphy, 1828; R. v. Fairs, 1829; R. v. Payne, Waylin and Middleton, 1829; R. v. Coleman, 1830; R. v. Pegg and others, 1831; R. v. Rookes, 1831; R. v. Bryant, Powell and Marsden, 1835; R. v. Macarthy and others, 1835; R. v. Blackhall, Martin and Watkins, 1838; R. v. Doyle, 1837; R. v. Squires and McCourt, 1837; R. v. Hitchcock and others, 1838; R. v. Sandy, 1839; R. v. Cavanagh, 1851; R. v. Alstock, 1857

stealing, in dwelling house, defendant's house R. v. Rielly, 1831

stealing, in dwelling house, meaning of "dwelling house" (see also burglary, dwelling house, meaning of "dwelling house") R. v. Jones and Wilson, 1828; R. v. Anderson, Macdonald, Thomas and Pope, 1832; R. v. Creighton, 1832; R. v. Harrop and Viall, 1832; R. v. Adams, 1837

stealing, mail R. v. Southern, 1852; R. v. Kilkelly and Heffernan, 1858

stealing, mens rea R. v. Byrne, 1827; R. v. Groves and McColville, 1829; R. v. Davis, 1834

stealing, on ship R. v. Thompson, Walker and Reeves, 1832

stealing, pigs R. v. Brown (No. 2), 1809; R. v. Wilson, 1855

stealing, property in goods R. v. Allen and Riley, 1851

stealing, property of the Crown R. v. Love, 1816

stealing, promissory note R. v. Pashley, 1829

stealing, sheep R. v. Tremby, 1818; R. v. Risbey and others, 1821; R. v. McCabe, 1822; R. v. Boyd and Drummond, 1826; R. v. Johnson, Jennings, and Carter, 1826; R. v. Walker, Keefe, Cuff, Adkins and Coates, 1828; R. v. White, Leary and Price, 1828; R. v. Boatman or Jackass and Bulleye, 1832; R. v. Smith, 1832; R. v. Dixon, 1833; R. v. Godfrey and Asker, 1834; R. v. Halloran and Waldron, 1834; R. v. Hoon and others, 1854; R. v. Jimmy, 1858

stealing, ship R. v. Clarke and others, 1821; R. v. Spratt and others, 1822

stealing, spirits R. v. Brown (No. 1), 1809

stealing, whale boat R. v. Spratt and others, 1822

steam engine R. v. Halden and others, 1823; Girard v. Biddulph, 1834

Steam Packet Company Fisher v. Wilson, 1840

steam ship Hillier v. Jones, Spark and Church, 1837; Grose v. Polack, 1840

steam ships, collision between Wilson v. Grose, 1835

Stephen J. and Governor Darling, conflict between In re Byrne et al., 1827; In re Foster, 1827; R. v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830

Stephen J., address to Speech to Jury (3), 1841

Stephen J., complaint against Broadbear and wife v. McArthur et al., 1827

stocks R. v. Charlton, 1825

stonemasonry Shea v. Smith and Barker, 1826

stowaway Bayly v. Cooper, 1809

strike (see also convict ship, strike on; industrial action) 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; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835 In re Brown, 1840

strike, judicial attitude to In re Brown, 1840

striking off legal practitioners Rowe v. Wilson, 1825; Wilson and others v. Rowe, 1824; Ex parte Attorney General, in re O'Reilly, 1835; Ex parte Plunkett, in re Kinsman, 1835; R. v. Kentish, 1835; In re Rowe, 1838; In re Williams, 1838

Stroud R. v. Kelly, 1841

succession (see also will, attestation of) Lord v. Palmer, 1803; Dundas v. Driver, 1810; Doe dem. Mills and Douglass v. Robinson, 1826; Ex parte, the Registrar of the Supreme Court v. Beveridge, 1826; In the estate of Pugh, 1826; Burke v. Troy, 1828; Cooper v. Clarkson, 1831; Chisholm and Cooper v. Kirby and wife, 1832; Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832; Howe v. Underwood and Robinson, 1832; In re Mackay v. David, 1832; In re Riley, 1832; Lord v. Wentworth, 1832; Perkins v. McDonald, 1833; Terry v. Inglis, 1833; Campbell v. Riley, 1834; Davis v. Crispe, 1834; Doe dem. Robinson and Hughes v. Nott, 1834; Perkins v. Macdonald and wife, and Jones, 1834; Bayley v Moore, 1835; Blue v. Lavender, 1835; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835; Donovan, administratrix of Donovan  v. Jones, 1835; In re Levy, deceased, 1835; In re Lindsay, 1835; Donovan v. Jones, 1836; In re Levy, 1836 ; Jones v. Moore, 1836; Solomon v. Talbot, 1836; Gould v. James, 1837; In the estate of Bradbury, 1837; Jones v. Moore, 1837; Blackman v. Challinor, 1838; In the estate of Dempsey, 1838; R. v. Beilby; In the estate of Beilby, 1838; Deering v. Hancock, 1839; Hillas v. Hillas, 1839; In re Mitchell, deceased, 1839; Doe dem. Howell v. Kennedy, 1840; Hosking v. Rosetta Terry, 1840; Atkinson v. Barton, 1841; In re Mocklar, 1841; Regan v. Webb, 1841; Riley v. Riley, 1841; In re Wood, 1850

succession, action brought by administratrix Butler v. Hanson, 1842

succession, administration of estate Field v. McDonald, Marr and Rose, 1833

succession, appointment of executor Brownlow v. Foster, executor, 1838

succession, appropriate funeral expenses Hughes v. Singleton, 1832

succession, attestation of will In re Leary, 1834; Greece v. Bullivant and another, 1838

succession, choice of courts In the Will of Coyle, 1851

succession, contempt by executrix In re Fowler, deceased, 1828

succession, copy of will In the estate of Hawkins, 1837

succession, drunkenness of testator Bullivant v. Ikin, 1838

succession, fees of administration Re Manning, 1838

succession, fraud R. v. Hancock, 1835

succession, interpretation of will In re Fowler, deceased, 1828; Doe dem. Riley v. Campbell and Walker, 1829; Dissolution of Trusts Opinion, 1831; Baxter v Piper, Campbell and Walker, 1832

succession, insanity of testator Bullivant v. Ikin, 1838

succession, insolvent estate McCabe v. Goode, 1859

succession, intestacy Campbell v. McArthur and Oxley, 1820; Hunt v. Inglis, 1832

succession, next of kin, meaning of In the estate of Bradbury, 1837

succession, proof of death Canton v. Norton and others, 1837

succession, right to sell land Macdonald v. Wright, 1837

succession, selection of administrator In re White, deceased, 1835

succession, title to goods on death R. v. Hunt and Baker, 1830

Sudds and Thompson case Transportation Opinion, 1826; R. v. Wardell (No. 3), 1827; R. v. Howe, 1828; Ex parte Wentworth, in re Mansfield, 1829; R. v. Baxter, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 6), 1829; R. v. Hayes, 1829; Martin v. Mansfield, 1830; R. v. Mansfield (No. 1), 1830

suicide, assisted suicide R. v. James, 1836

suicide, forfeiture of property to Crown In re Blanchard, 1832

summary offences Goodwin v. Wilson, 1834

summons, contents of Humphreys v. Macquoid, 1841

Sunday observance Walker v. Solomon, 1890

supervision of inferior courts (see also appeals) Marsden v. Lawson and Douglass, 1823; In re King, 1824; R. v. Dargan and Wildred, 1824; R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; Criminal procedure case, 1825; R. v. M'Ara, 1825; R. v. Wentworth, Campbell, and Dunn, 1825; R. v. Polack, 1825; R. v. Broadbear and Broadbear, 1826; R. v. Rossi, Principal Superintendent of Police, 1826; R. v. Tindal, 1826; Ex parte Mathews, 1827; In re Byrne et al., 1827; Anonymous, 1828; Briggs v. Colls, 1828; Ex parte Dunn, 1828; In re Bardsley, 1828; In re Hazard, 1828; In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; In re Nowlan, 1828; Bardsley v. Lockyer and Another, 1829; In re Clarke, 1829; In re Pashley, 1829; In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Fitzgerald, 1829; R. v. Long, 1829; Hall v. Rossi, 1830; Hayes v. Hely, 1830; Cokely v. Simpson, 1831; Ex parte Wynn, 1831; R. v. Aglethorpe, 1831; Smith v. Elder, 1831; Wynn v. McAlister, 1831; Ex parte Cheetham, 1832; In re Blanchard, 1832; In re Stone, 1832; Morris v. Evernden, 1832; R. v. Hunt, 1832; Ex parte McPherson, 1833; In re Maher, 1834; R. v. Police Magistrates of Sydney, 1834; Ex parte Levey, 1838; Ex parte Girard, 1839; Ex parte Nichols, 1839

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

Supreme Court, concurrent jurisdiction with Vice Admiralty Court Noble v. Cotton, 1830

Supreme Court, delay in delivering judgments Lewis v. Lambert, 1835

Supreme Court, ecclesiastical jurisdiction In the estate of Bradbury, 1837; Hillas v. Hillas, 1839

Supreme Court, exchequer jurisdiction Noble v. Cotton, 1830

Supreme Court, first, judge refuses to sit Admission of Convict Attorneys, 1815

Supreme Court, fusion of jurisdiction R. v. Macalister, 1838

Supreme Court, geographical limits on jurisdiction Ex parte McKey; in re Nelson, 1832; In re Mackay v. David, 1832; McDougall v. Mackay, 1832; R. v. Davis, 1859

Supreme Court, jurisdiction of Gavin v. Loane, 1821; Jurisdiction of Supreme Court Opinion, 1826; Briggs v. Colls, 1828; Ex parte McKey; in re Nelson, 1832; In re Mackay v. David, 1832; R. v. Beaumont, 1834; Terry, assignee of the Sheriff v. Hart, 1834; Loane v. Thrupp, 1836

Supreme Court, jurisdiction over New Zealand R. v. Stewart, 1831; Ex parte McKey; in re Nelson, 1832 In re Mackay v. David, 1832; R. v. Palmer, 1838; Donaldson v. Coombes, 1840; Pearson v. Baker, 1840

Supreme Court, jurisdiction over Van Diemen's Land Anonymous, 1835

Supreme Court, jurisdiction, Tahiti R. v. Cape, 1838

Supreme Court, Master's insolvency Moore and Keith v. Macdonald, 1832

Supreme Court, merger of equity and common law jurisdictions Mills v. Rowe, 1828; Ellison v. Kirk, 1834

Supreme Court, opening at Moreton Bay, Opening of Supreme Court at Moreton Bay, 1850

Supreme Court, power over sheriff Anonymous (No. 2), 1830

Supreme Court, power to regulate prisons Anonymous (No. 2), 1830

Supreme Court Rules, disallowance of Ex parte England, Mackay and Coomber, 1830

Supreme Court Rules, when binding Hurlett v. Macmanus, 1832

sureties Campbell v. Williams, 1821; Hughes v. Quin, 1841

surgeon, criminal defendant R. v. Montgomery, 1841

Surry Hills Doe dem. Hall v. Matthews, 1841

surveying Harris v. Riddell, 1834

Sutton Forest R. v. Drake, Drakeford, Wilson, Wallace and Batchelor, 1833; R. v. Brady and Nutter, 1837

Swan River (see also Western Australia) Mackay v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831

Sydney Cattle Slaughtering Company  McKeon v. Rust, 1840

Sydney Gazette R. v. Hay, 1835

Sydney Gazette, management of Carmichael v. Jones and Howe, executors of Howe, 1833; Mudie v. Howe, 1836; Wighton v. Howe, 1836

Sydney harbour R. v. Mills, Chapman and Chapman, 1834

Sydney Herald, attitude to emancipists R. v. Hay, 1835

Sydney Herald, attitude to Forbes C.J. Opinion on Juries, 1836; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836

Sydney Herald, attitude to judiciary Speech to Jury, 1835

Sydney Herald, attitude to law and lawyers  Abuses of Law, 1835

Sydney Herald, contempt by R. v. Stephens and Stokes (No. 1), 1834

Sydney Herald, hostility to Forbes C.J. Wighton v. Howe, 1836

Sydney Herald, proprietors R. v. Spring and Marlow, 1834

Sydney Times R. v. Kentish, 1835

T

Tahiti Henry v. Eagar, 1821

taxation James v. Balcombe, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; R. v. James, 1825; Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827; Raine and Ramsay v. Balcombe, 1827; Green v. Hanson, 1835

taxation without representation R. v. Wardell (No. 1), 1827

taxation, power to impose Campbell v. Rossi, 1829

taxing of costs (see also costs, legal) Wilson and others v. Rowe, 1824; Rowe v. Cullen, 1829; Hall v. Hely, 1831; Pendray v. Dangar, 1832; Rapsey v. Singleton, 1832; Wilkinson v. Lamb, 1832; Keith v. Kentish, 1833

taxing of costs, witnesses Lyons v. Stephens and Stokes, 1837

tenancy (see also distress for rent) R. v. Wells, 1826; Burke v. Troy, 1828; Belcher v. Dences, 1829; Bell v. Leary, 1829; Kemp v. Dobson, 1829; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1829; Campbell v. Milson, 1831; Mahony v. Harris, 1831; Williamson v. Arnold, 1831; Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832; Girard v. Terry, 1832; Barnett v. James, 1833; Blower v. Larkin, 1833; Dennis v. Solomon and others, executors of Colls, 1833; Harris v. Riley, 1833; Jackson v. Fagan, 1833; Loane v. Perry, 1833; Doe dem. Robinson and Hughes v. Nott, 1834; Doe dem. Manning v. Hipkiss, 1835; Doe dem. Cooper v. Levy, 1838; Greene v. Kellick, 1841; Blythe v. Hutchinson, 1842; Bryant v. Jones, 1843; Fair v. Linley, 1843 ; Russell and Taylor v. McCarthy, 1858

tenancy, assignment of right to rent Long v. Levy, 1835

tenancy, assignment of Shipman v. Plomer, 1831

tenancy, eviction Bucknell v. Moran, 1829

tenancy, notice to quit Doe dem. O'Connell v. Pye, 1839

tenancy, oral Thompson v. Leburn, 1835

tenancy, self-defence Greece v. Bullivant and another, 1838

tenancy, termination of Flannigan v. Hoskison, 1835

tenancy, trespass by landlord Pilcher v. Cory, 1832

tenancy, waste Kettle v. Stubbs, 1838

terra nullius R. v. the Magistrates of Sydney, 1824; R. v. Steele, 1834; R. v. Murrell and Bummaree, 1836

Terry, Samuel Payne v. Terry, 1836

Terry, Samuel, death of Bland v. Terry, 1838

Terry, Samuel, estate of Doe dem. Terry v. Robinson, 1838; Hosking v. Rosetta Terry, 1840

testimony on oath R . v. Moloney, 1825

theatre Doe dem. Cooper v. Levy, 1838; Ex parte Levey, 1838; Meredith v. Wyatt, 1839; In re Meredith, 1840
 

theatre licensing law, consistency with English law Newspaper Acts Opinion, 1827

theatre, riot at Hayes v. Solomon, 1835

Therry J., libel of R. v. Raine, 1833

threatening language, use of R. v. Turley, 1804

threatening letter, sending R. v. Halloran and Parr, 1823

Threlkeld, Rev., life of Threlkeld v. Lang, 1836

Tichborne case Besomo v. Keating, 1895

ticket of leave Polack v. Josephson, 1825; R. v. Baker, 1828; Williams v. Keane, 1831; Belcher v. Deneen, 1832; Gilroy v. Mannix, 1833; Tunnicliff v. Barrett, 1833; R. v. Richardson and Gunningham, 1834; R. v. Spring and Marlow, 1834; R. v. Laing, 1835; Williams v. Hanson, 1835; Bingle v Stephen, 1836

ticket of leave, as reward R. v. Mulligan and Harrup, 1834

ticket of leave, cancellation of R. v. Campbell, 1833; R. v. Reynolds, 1838

ticket of leave, legality Convict Assignment Opinion, 1827

ticket of leave, minimum sentence before R. v. Kelly, 1831

ticket of leave holder, right to property R. v. Gallagher, 1837

title to land (see land law, title)

Timor, attempted escape to R. v. Poole and others, 1822

tobacco May v. Jones,1811; James v. Balcombe, 1825; R. v. James, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; James v. Howe, 1827; Raine and Ramsay v. Balcombe, 1827; Campbell and Others v. Rossi, 1829; Raine v. James, 1829; Attorney General v. Dwyer, 1833; Green v. Hanson, 1835

Tobago Hart v. Mackie, 1841

toll bridges and roads Aird v. Raine, 1825; Nowlan v. Whitfield, 1827; R. v. McQuade and others, 1831; Plaistowe v. Daley, 1832

Tommy the Banker Clarkson v. Calcott, 1814; R. v. Wright, 1839

Tooth, the brewer Mitchell v. Tooth, 1837

tort, interference with servant Barton v. Parry (No. 2), 1834

transportation, convict R. v. Tremby, 1818; R. v. Dailey and Neary, 1825; Transportation Opinion, 1826; Convict Assignment Opinion, 1827; In re Foster, 1827; R. v. Flanagan et al., 1827; R. v. Badderly and Howard, 1828; R. v. Baxter, 1829; Transportation Opinion, 1829; England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831

transportation, history of Walker v. Hughes, 1839

transportation, magistrates' right to impose sentences of Morris v. Evernden, 1832

transportation, of native born people R. v. Kelly, 1831

transportation, secondary R. v. Bridges, 1825; Transportation Opinion, 1829

treadmill Hogan v. Brown, 1830

treason R. v. Douglas et al., 1834; R. v. Ellis, 1841

treasure trove R. v. West, 1825

trespass Adams v. Dawson, 1827; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 1), 1829; Thompson v. Willet, 1829; Hall v. Scott, 1830; R. v. West, 1831; Flood v. Moore, 1832; Sempill v. Lethbridge, 1833; Davis v. Balsover, 1834; Maguire v. Moses, 1834; Donnison v. Faunce, 1837; Frewin v. Kinghorne and another, 1837

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

trespass, elements Laurie v. Beilby, 1837

trespass, squatting run, see squatting, trespass

trespass on the case Bell v. Scott, 1828; McFarlane v. Weller, 1832; Munn v. Bettington, 1832; Parnell v. Small, 1832

trespass quare clausum fregit Harper v. Payne, 1841
 

trespass to goods R. v. Mitchell (No. 2), 1825; Taylor v. Mackaness, 1828; Donnison v. Sharpe, 1830; Jackson v. Hart, 1831; Farquharson v. Bell, 1858

trespass to land Crossley v. Edwards et al., 1804; Eagar v. Clarkson, 1813; Lawliss v. Knoffe 1824; Bushel v. Rose, 1827; Bignal v. Cooper, 1828; Bucknell v. Moran, 1829; Davis v. Kerr, 1829; R. v. Payne, 1830; Donnison v. Sharpe, 1830; French v. McHenry, 1832; Irving v. Hunt, 1832; R. v. West, 1832; Wilson v. Tarlington, 1832; Dennis v. Solomon and others, executors of Colls, 1833; Little v. Larkham, 1833; Martin v. Munn, 1833; Purcell v. Brooks, 1833; Ready v. Brooks, 1833; Rhode v. McQuoid, 1833; Septon v. Cobcroft, 1833; Thompson v. Balfour, 1833; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 2), 1833; Wilson v. Bray, 1833; Solomon v. Talbot, 1836; Greece v. Bullivant and another, 1838; Scott v. Dight, 1839; Sallow v. Connolly, 1859

trespass to land, encroachment Ryan v. Buckingham, 1838

trespass to land, possession required for action Hand v. Forster, 1840

trespass to the person Roach v. Fitzpatrick, 1830; Cokely v. Simpson, 1831; Mackay v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831

trespass, self defence Bettington v. Munn, 1832

trial by jury, see jury trial;Grand Jury; juror; jury

 

trial judge, witness to events R. v. Webb, 1850

trover Raphael v. Gore and Eagar, 1818; Henry v. Eagar, 1821; Hourston v. Norris, 1825; Raine and Ramsay v. Piper, 1825; Fleming v. Eagar, Forbes and others, 1826; Guise v. Klensendorlffe, 1827; Keys v. Ellison and wife, 1831; Shipman v. Allen, 1832; Stephen v. Brigstock, 1833; Thompson v. Kenny, 1834; Alldruss v. Dalton, 1837; Gould v. James, 1837; Campbell v. Macquoid, 1838; Girard v. Windeyer and Searle, 1838; Hall v. O'Brien, 1840; Lyons v. Sea, 1840; Murray v. Matthew, 1840; Toby v. Rowley, 1840; Ward v. Sawyer, 1840; Barton v. Humfrey, 1841; Heley v. Mocatta, 1842; Holmes v. Howard, 1842; Reynolds v. Hughes, 1842; Strachan v. Scott, 1857; Farquharson v. Bell, 1858; Pack v. Hanson, 1858
 

trover, elements of Thurlow v. Condle, 1834

trover, whale bone Henderson v. Jack, 1833

trust, breach of R. v. Ashcroft and Doyle, 1826; R. v. Hancock, 1835; Macdonald v. Wright, 1837

trustees, liability to pay costs Brown v. Raine, 1835

trustees, replacement of Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832

trusts Coulson v. Reibey, 1825; R. v. Mitchell (No. 1), 1825; Chisholm and Cooper v. Kirby and wife, 1832; Howe v. Underwood and Robinson, 1832; Barnett v. James, 1833; Doe ex diem Antill v. Hodges, 1835; Fairs v. Barker, 1835; In re Wilson and Wife, 1835; Kinnerly v. Bigge, 1835; Jones v. Moore, 1837; Eagar v. Hall, 1840; Grose v. Polack, 1840; Moffatt v. Stacey, 1840; Holt v. Bryant, 1841; R. v. Jones, 1842; Walker v. Flint, 1844

trusts, abandonment Doe dem. Harris v. Riley, 1832

trusts, beneficiary overseas In re Riley, 1832

trusts, change in nature of property Campbell v. Riley, 1834

trusts, delay Dillon v. Terry, 1835

trusts, dissolution of Dissolution of Trusts Opinion, 1831

trusts, enforcement by beneficiaries In re Riley, 1832

trusts, permission to sell land In re Riley, 1832

trusts, sale of realty Campbell v. Riley, 1834

Tuggerah Dent v. Lyons, 1841; Hadd v. Peek, 1841; Lyons v. Isler, 1841; Lyons v. Reynolds, 1841

Turee R. v. Tufts, 1838

Twofold Bay R. v. Anderson, Macdonald, Thomas and Pope, 1832; R. v. Hall, 1837

U

Ullabulong R. v. Billy, 1840

unborn child, killing of R. v. Kirkwood, 1837

undue influence Bryan v. Polack (No. 1) , 1842

unlawful harbouring or secreting of person Sutton v. Humphreys, 1806

Union Bank McLaren v. Lyons, 1842

United States, trade with R. v. Smart, 1834

usury Clarkson v. Calcott, 1814; R. v. Langton, 1827; Scott v. Jones, 1832; Brownlow v. Graham, 1833; Macdonald v. Levy, 1833; Rapsey v. Riley, 1834; Hay v. Gordon, 1835; R. v. Beilby; In the estate of Beilby, 1838

uttering, see forgery

V

vagrancy R. v. Sanders and Bevan, 1797; R. v. Wilson, 1797; R. v. Williams, 1797; Ex parte Ingless, in re Wilson, 1837

Van Diemen's Land R. v. Burbridge, 1817; R. v. Collyer, 1817; R. v. Smith and others, 1817; Loane v. Gunning, 1818; R. v. Tremby, 1818; Barker v. Jemott, 1819; Criminal Court in Hobart, 1821; Gavin v. Loane, 1821; R. v. Butler, 1821; Gavin v. Tims, 1821; R. v. Clarke and others, 1821; R. v. Franklin, 1821; R. v. McMahon, 1821; R. v. Peck and others, 1821; R. v. Risbey and others, 1821; R. v. Ryan, 1821; R. v. Kirwan, 1825; Loane v. Thrupp, 1836

Van Diemen's Land, escape from R. v. Stein and Aldride, 1835

Van Diemen's Land, N.S.W. Supreme Court jurisdiction over Anonymous, 1835

Vaucluse House R. v. Lewis and others, 1832

Vaucluse R. v. Fairs, 1829; R. v. West, 1832; R. v. Kay and others, 1835

vexatious litigation R. v. Kentish, 1835

vicarious liability Hogan v. Hely, 1831; Jackson v. Hart, 1831; Monks v. Brown, 1833; Crabb v. Booth, 1835; Keyes v. Smith, 1839

Vice Admiralty Court, judge of Vice Admiralty, 1836

Vice Admiralty Court, jurisdiction of Noble v. Cotton, 1830

Vice Admiralty Court, practitioners Vice Admiralty practitioners, 1842

Victoria Theatre Meredith v. Wyatt, 1839

visitor's jurisdiction Walker v. Scott (No. 1), 1825; Walker v. Scott (No. 2), 1826

volenti non fit injuria Bell v. Scott, 1828; Crabb v. Booth, 1835

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wages O'Burne v Campbell, 1812; Jarrett v James,1814; Hourston v. Norris, 1825

wages, action against In re Jackson, 1830

waiver Blaxland v. Cavenagh, 1830; Solomon v. Hammond, 1830; Bloodsworth v. Weston, 1833

waiver of tort Shipman v. Allen, 1832; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 1), 1833; Harris v. Riley, 1833

Wallis Plains R. v. Lowe, 1827; R. v. Flaher, Curtis and Alpin, 1828

Wardell, Robert, murder of R. v. Jenkins and Tattersdale, 1834

Wardell, Robert, personal life Mills v. Rowe, 1828; R. v. Pearce, 1832

warrant of attorney McVitie v. Maziere, 1828; Mills v. Rowe, 1828; Lord v. Kent, 1830; Klensendorlffe v. Macquoid, 1833; Tomkins v. Smith (No. 1), 1833; Rapsey v. Riley, 1834; Payne v Terry, 1836; Polack v. Wilson, 1839; Ex parte Robinson, in re Smith v. Goodwin, 1841

warrant of attorney, fraud Brownlow v. Graham, 1833

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

warrant of attorney, strict enforcement of registration Loane v. Loane, 1834

warranty, implied Macqueen v. Lamb, 1824; Longeville v. Brigstock, 1833

Water Police R. v. Sawyer, 1842

water rights Bignal v. Cooper, 1828; R. v. Macarthur, 1828; French v. McHenry, 1832; Munn v. Bettington, 1832; R. v. West, 1832; Hallen v. King, 1839

water supply Busby v. Taylor, 1833

Wellington In re Lookaye alias Edwards, 1828; R. v. Brown, 1828

Wellington Valley In re Tyler - R. v. Rossi and others, 1829; R. v. Mickey and Muscle, 1835; Keyes v. Smith, 1839; R. v. Powell, 1839

Wentworth family R. v. Curtis and Murtagh, 1828

Wentworth, D'Arcy Lord v. Wentworth, 1832

Wentworth, D'Arcy, will of Doe dem Wentworth, 1831

Wentworth, W.C. R. v. Kay and others, 1835

Wentworth, W.C., character of Cavenagh v. Wentworth, 1837

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

Wentworth, W.C., theft from R. v. Lewis and others, 1832

West Indian defendant R. v. Williams, Sullivan and Kirby, 1828

Western Australia (see also Swan River) Ex parte England, Mackay and Coomber, 1830; England v. McQuoid and Murray, 1831; England v. Sandilands, 1831; Mackay v. Sandilands, 1831

whaling R. v. Fox, Keskin, Lain, Knight, Eldridge, Farrow, Davis, Simpson and Browne, 1825; R. v. Stephenson, Airs, Turner and another, 1828; R. v. Firth and others, 1832; Buckles v. Russel, 1835; Lewis v. Lambert, 1835; R. v. Stein and Aldride, 1835; Tooth v. Campbell, 1835; Maughan v. Brown, 1837; R. v. Cape, 1838; King v. Ross, 1842; R. v. Edwards, 1842

wheat Crossley v Harris,1813

wheat, damage by fire McCarthy v. Kenny, 1805

wheat, quality Jones v. Biggers, 1805

widows, right of quarantine Davis v. Crispe, 1834

wife sale R. v. Malkins, 1811

wife, maintenance of Soole v. Cooper, 1841

Wilberforce R. v. Potts, 1842

will, attestation of Quin v. Doyle, 1812; Burke v. Troy, 1828; Gould v. James, 1837

will, construction of Doe dem. Howell v. Kennedy, 1840

Williams River Rapsey v. Singleton, 1832; R. v. Jackey, 1834; R. v. Monkey and others, 1835

Willis J., accusation of bias R. v. Bolden, 1841

Willis J., amoval of Speech to Jury (1), 1841

Willis J., attitude to equity Blackman v. Challinor, 1838; In re Gurner, 1840

Willis J., attitude to Forbes C.J In re Gurner, 1840

Willis J., clash with legal profession Willis v. Dutton, 1841

Willis J., clashes with counsel R. v. Bolden, 1841

Willis J., criticisms of Speech to Jury (1), 1841

Willis J., opinions of R. v. Perrott, 1839; Speech to Jury (1), 1841

Willis J., speech to jury Address to Jury, 1841; Speech to Jury (1), 1841

Windsor R. v. Connor, 1826; R. v. Smith and Moore, 1826; R. v. Ford and Tibbin, 1828; R. v. Jones and Wilson, 1828; R. v. Collard, 1837

witness refusing to be sworn R. v. Galvin, 1826

witness, absence of R. v. Thorn, 1834

witness, assault on in court R. v. Cooke and Walsh, 1829

witness, bribery of R. v. Carroll, 1840

witness, competency when interested In re Bardsley, 1828

witnesses' expenses R. v. Kable and Murray, 1828; R. v. White, Leary and Price, 1828

witnesses, non-attendance of R. v. Wilson, 1809; R. v. Carter, 1833; Burdekin v. Gannon, 1841

 

Wollongong Lamb v. Brenan and Holden, 1837; R. v. Wise, 1837; R. v. Blackhall, Martin and Watkins, 1838; R. v. Doyle, 1840; Hemmings v. Musgrove, 1842; Sheehan v. Stubbs, 1842; Watt v. Duncan, 1842

women, see also married women

women and the law Sutton v. Humphreys, 1806

women defendants in crime (see also capital punishment, woman) R. v. Redman and Lever, 1823; R. v. Benson, Cogan, Sprole, Rodney, and Campbell, 1825; R. v. Wise, 1825; R. v. Bridges, 1825; R. v. Charlton, 1825; R. v. Connor, 1826;  R. v. Radley, 1826;  R. v. Short, 1826;  R. v. Smith, Kelly and Kaine, 1826;  R. v. Smithers and Smithers, 1826;  R. v. Tindal, 1826;  R. v. Webb and Webb, 1825; R. v. Palmer and Palmer, 1827; R. v. Curtis and Murtagh, 1828; R. v. Feeby, 1828; R. v. Hall (No. 5), 1829; R. v. Barker, 1830; R. v. Finch, 1830; R. v. Kavenagh, 1830; R. v. Oram, 1830; R. v. Hipple, Darbyshire and Hyam, 1832; R. v. Lewis and others, 1832; R. v. Spooner, 1832; R. v. Cartwright, 1833; R. v. Mullally and Carrol, 1833; R. v. Needham, 1833; R. v. Baldwin, 1834; R. v. McGregor and Maloney, 1834;  R. v. Richardson and Gunningham, 1834; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1834; R. v. Macarthy and others, 1835; R. v. Davis, 1837; R. v. Guthrie, 1838; R. v. Henry, 1839; R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1839; R. v. Ward, 1839; R. v. Atkin, 1840; R. v. Carroll, 1840; R v. Kane, 1840; R. v. Lloyd, 1840; R. v. Wapshaw, 1840; R. v. Lamb, 1841; R. v. Lindsay, 1841; R. v. Mackenzie, 1841; R. v. Pattison, 1841; R. v. Ellis, 1851; R. v. Morrison, 1851; R. v. Semple (No. 2), 1851; R. v. Talbot, 1851; R. v. Williams, 1851; R. v. Ellis, 1852; R. v. Maria, 1852; R. v. Williams, 1852; R. v. Clune and Clune, 1855; R. v. Taafe, 1855; R. v. Pritchard, 1856; R. v. Brodrick, 1858; R. v. Nicholson, 1858; R. v. Corbett and Corbett, 1859; R. v. Flanagan, 1859; R. v. Portley, 1859; R. v. Simple, 1859

women, judicial attitude towards Sutton v. Humphreys, 1806; Muckle v. Armytage, 1812; R. v. Clarke, 1834; R. v. Shorton, 1834

wool industry Park v. Cooper, 1834

Wollombi R. v. Finnie, 1839

Woolloomooloo In re Riley, 1832; R. v. West, 1832

work and labour Sherwin v. McCarthy, 1803; Peyton v. Torch, 1810;  Shea v. Smith and Barker, 1826; Parr v. West, 1814; Mathews v. Cooper, 1828; Cain v. Bloomfield, 1833; Chadley v. Wyatt, 1835; Girard v. Thorpe, 1835; Bland v. Terry, 1838; Hobbs v. Dangar, 1839; Somerville v. Hosking, 1839; Amner v. Duck, 1840; Coser v. Gordon, 1841; Heley v. Mocatta, 1842; Kirby v. Hughes, 1842; Walsh v. Prout, 1842; Cameron v. Boyland, 1858; Hard v. O'Brien, 1858

work and labour, architecture Wallis v. Templeton, 1842

work done Rossiter v. Thornton, 1834

wrongful distress Samuel v. Hoadley, 1841

Wyong Dent v. Lyons, 1841; Hadd v. Peek, 1841

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Yass R. v. McDonald, 1834; R. v. Gillies, 1837; R. v. Reynolds, 1838; R. v. Casey, 1839; R. v. Mayne, 1839; In re Low, 1841

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