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Decisions of the Nineteenth Century Tasmanian Superior Courts

Subject Index, A-K

A

Aboriginal defendant R. v. Musquito and Black Jack, 1824; R. v. Tibbs, 1824; R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826

Aboriginal tracker R. v. Slattery, 1826

Aborigines, conflict with Government Notices Concerning Aborigines, 1830

Aborigines, doubts about imposition of English law on R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826

Aborigines, killing of R. v. Tibbs, 1824

Aborigines, mass attacks by R. v. Musquito and Black Jack, 1824

Aborigines, massacre of R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826

Aborigines, rape of R. v. Farrell, 1824

Aborigines, removal from Van Diemen's Land R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826

accessories before the fact R. v. Regan, 1838

accomplice (see approver)

account stated Henty v. Stewart, 1834

accused acts for self R. v. Williams (No. 1), 1843

Admiralty, jurisdiction R. v. Cam, 1832

admiralty, prize vessel Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825

admissions, under duress R. v. Sparks, 1843

African, criminal defendant R. v. Johnston, 1836

agency Hudson v. Stubbs, 1830; Davis v. Jennings, 1842

aiding and abetting R. v. Matthews, Holden and Smith, 1824; R. v. Musquito and Black Jack, 1824; R. v. Kelly, 1842

Allenvale Kennedy v. Bent, 1830

ambush R. v. Wright, 1832

animals, dangerous Turner v. Rand, 1828

animals, impounded Farrell v. McKenna, 1830; Morrisby v. Olding, 1830; R. v. Foley, 1833

appeals Mason v. Lascelles, 1836; Rose v. Smith, 1837; Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843; In re Morgan, 1843; Tetley v. Sherwin, 1843

appeals, right to appeal In re Riley, 1842

appeals, to England R. v. Broughton, 1826; R. v. Murray, 1826; In re Stephen, 1842; Tetley v. Sherwin, 1842

approver, evidence of R. v. Butler, Davis and others, 1824; R. v. Butler, Evans, Lush and Brown, 1824; R. v. Jaques, 1832; R. v. Wright, 1832; R. v. Davidson, 1834; R. v. Kirkham, 1835; R. v. McKay and Lamb, 1837

arbitration R. v. Murray, 1826; Stubbs v. Hudson, 1829; Smith v. McRae, 1830; Thomas v. Fereday, 1830; King v. De Dassell, 1834; Allan v. Meredith, 1842; Dobson v. Gregson, 1843

arrest of judgment R. v. Bent (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Bent, 1826; R. v. Kirwan, 1826; R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835; R. v. Goodwin, 1838

arrest, police powers Mooney v. Walters, 1834

arson R. v. Stanfield and Crahan, 1824; R. v. Jeffries and others, 1826

Arthur, Governor, libel of R. v. Bent (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Bent (No. 2), 1825

assault R. v. Evans, 1824; R. v. Thompson and others, 1824; Crowther v. Carns, 1825; Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825; R. v. Jeffries and others, 1826; R. v. Kellie, 1826; Horton v. Kermode and Dickenson, 1827; Gunby v Richards, 1827; R. v. Dillon, 1827; Marsh v. Walford, 1831; R. v. Laird, 1832; R. v. Liddle, 1832; R. v. Smiley, 1832; White v. Budds, 1832; Woodward v. Oakes, 1832; Elliott v. Lovett, 1833; Hart v. Hurst, 1833; Hely v. Reynolds, 1833; Meredith v. Lord, 1833; R. v. Edwards, 1833; R. v. Greenwood (Greenwould), 1834; Mooney v. Walters, 1834; R. v. Connell, 1835; Shoobridge v. Dunn, 1835; R. v. Cleary, 1836; R. v. Rowlands (No. 1), 1836; Shoebridge v. Dunn, 1836; Dell v. Ives, 1838; R. v. Rowlands, 1838; Currie v. Allen, 1842; R. v. Blake, 1842; R. v. Littleton, 1842; Drum v. Price, 1843

assault, between legal practitioners Rowlands v. Cartwright, 1830

assault, criminal R. v. Shirreff, 1843

assault, endangered plaintiff's life Burton v. Driscoll, 1834

assault, horsewhip Darke v. Brown, 1833

assault, provocation R. v. Gregson, 1837

assessment of damages, dishonoured bill of exchange Cartwright v. Mulgrave, 1826

assumpsit Jackson v. Carron, 1827

assumpsit, implied Van Diemen's Land Company v. Hay, 1832; Van Diemen's Land Company v. Miller, 1833

attempted murder R. v. Laird, 1832; R. v. Smiley, 1832; R. v. Edwards, 1833; R. v. Johnston, 1836; R. v. Hudson, 1837; R. v. Littleton, 1842

attorney, action to enforce costs McMinn v. Bennett, 1843

attorney, allegation against Rowlands v. Pendlebury, 1833

attorney, criminal defendant R. v. Piddock, 1827

attorney, defamation action brought by Butler v. Bent, 1830

Attorney General, attempt to strike off roll of In re Gellibrand, 1825

Attorney General, criminal prosecution of R. v. Montagu, 1829

Attorney General, legal practice of In re Gellibrand, 1825

Attorney General, libel of Stephen v. Melville, 1837

Attorney General, private practice R. v. Kirwan, 1826; Stephen v. Melville, 1837

Attorney General, suspension of Murray v. Stephen, 1826

auctioneers' fees Hayes v. Stracey, 1835

auctions Morrisby v. Olding, 1830; Espie v. Armytage and Hays, 1837; Underwood v. Willis, 1838
 

autrefois acquit R. v. Clarke, 1824; R. v. Kirwan, 1826; R. v. Thomas and James, 1827; R. v. Cam, 1832; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1843

B

Bagdad Espie v. Armytage and Hays, 1837

bail R. v. Solomon, 1829

bailment Jackson v. Carron, 1827; King v. De Dassell, 1834; Newlove v. Lewis, 1842

bailment, voluntary Gregson v. Bradley, 1830

balance of account Solomon v. Davis, 1832; Crowther v. Lewis, 1833; Attorney General v. Henty, 1835

Banco Court, disagreement between judges R. v. Rowlands, 1837; Rose v. Smith, 1837

bank note R. v. Chillingworth, 1832

Bank of Van Diemen's Land R. v. Gelden and Davis, 1824

banking Dunn v. Stynes, 1830; Henty v. Stewart, 1834; Attorney General v. Henty, 1835

bark, trade in Solomon v. Davis, 1832

bastardy Stone v. Macarthur, 1833; Kennedy v. Lowe, 1835

benefit of clergy R. v. Madden, 1829

bill of lading Murdoch v. Solomon, 1832

bills of exchange Cartwright v. Mulgrave, 1826; R. v. Murray, 1826; Rowlands v. Speke, 1830; Fergusson v. M'Kay, 1831; Wintle v. Johnstone, 1831; Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832; Makepeace v. Lazarus, 1833; Rowlands v. Pendlebury, 1833; Underwood v. Willis, 1838; R. v. Tatlow, 1843

bills of exchange, consideration Wilson v. Foster, 1831

bills of exchange, dishonour Dunn v. Stynes, 1831

bills of exchange, forgery Molloy v. Sorell, 1832

Birch's Bay R. v. Allan, 1824

Black Act R. v. Kellie, 1826

blacksmiths Russell v. Condell, 1833

board and lodging Bell v. Folly, 1833

bond, action on Gellibrand v. Ross, 1835

Bothwell Hay v. Wentworth, 1833

boxing match R. v. Kelly, 1842

breaking and entering R. v. Moir, 1825

breaking and entering a dwelling house R. v. Molineaux, 1833

brewery, damage to Jacomb v. Calder, 1842

Bridgewater R. v. Liddle, 1832

Brighton R. v. Allen, 1832

Bruny Island R. v. Wilkes, 1830

burglary R. v. Burgess and others, 1824; R. v. Farrel and Redman, 1824; R. v. Lindon, 1824; R. v. Thompson and others, 1824; R. v. Broadhurst, 1825; R. v. Clements, 1832; R. v. Jenks, 1832; R. v. Giles, 1833; R. v. Walters, 1833; R. v. Webb, 1833; R. v. Lawrence, 1836; R. v. Hawes, Adams and Stewart, 1837; R. v. Wilson, 1843

burglary, definition of R. v. Kirwan, 1826

burglary, elements of R. v. Hawkins, 1843

bushranger, capital punishment R. v. Buchan, 1834

bushranging R. v. Evans, 1824; R. v. Thompson and others, 1824; R. v. Bagley and Bellamy, 1825; R. v. McCabe, 1825; R. v. Priest and Brown, 1825; R. v. Jeffries and others, 1826; R. v. Slattery, 1826; R. v. Routley, 1830; R. v. Clements, 1832; R. v. Hyam, 1832; R. v. Deacon, 1833; R. v. Molineaux, 1833; Meredith v. Lord, 1833; R. v. Ward, 1834; R. v. Regan, 1838; R. v. Cash, 1843; R. v. Jeffs, 1843; R. v. Pickering, 1843; R. v. Reed (No. 1), 1843; R. v. Reed (No. 2), 1843

bushranging, female R. v. Webb, 1833

business goodwill, sale of Melville v. Bent, 1832

business history Solomon v. Davis, 1832

C

Campbell Town Tier R. v. Daley and others, 1837

cannibalism R. v. Pearce, 1824

capital punishment R. v. Broadhurst, 1825; R. v. McCabe, 1825; R. v. James, 1828; R. v. Campbell, 1830; R. v. Thomas, 1830; R. v. Wilkes, 1830; R. v. Alder, 1832; R. v. Gow, 1832; R. v. Deacon, 1833; R. v. Edwards, 1833; R. v. Jones, 1833; R. v. Buchan, 1834; R. v. Fox, 1834; R. v. Greenwood (Greenwould), 1834; R. v. Ward, 1834; R. v. Bryan, 1835; R. v. Hibbill, 1836; R. v. Johnston, 1836; R. v. Lawrence, 1836; R. v. Guillem, 1837; R. v. Regan, 1838; R. v. Ainsworth, 1842; R. v. Bowtell, 1843; R. v. Chiffey, 1843; R. v. Reed (No. 1), 1843

capital punishment, abolition of R. v. Farquharson and Webster, 1826; R. v. Madden, 1829; R. v. Kirwan, 1831; R. v. Jones, 1842

capital punishment, anatomising R. v. Davidson, 1834

capital punishment, benefit of clergy, R. v. Murray, 1827

capital punishment, colonial extension of R. v. Williams (No. 2), 1843

capital punishment, dissection R. v. Cash, 1843

capital punishment, exhibition of the body at the site of the crime R. v. McKay and Lamb, 1837

capital punishment, in chains R. v. McKay and Lamb, 1837

capital punishment, mass executions R. v. Murray, 1827

capital punishment, numbers hanged R. v. Farquharson and Webster, 1826

capital punishment, public spectacle R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826; R. v. Jeffries and others, 1826; R. v. Brown, 1827; R. v. Madden, 1829; R. v. Davidson, 1834

capital punishment, time of execution R. v. Cash, 1843

Carlton River R. v. Routley, 1830

carnal knowledge of child R. v. Farrell, 1824; R. v. Matthews, Holden and Smith, 1824; R. v. Ayton, 1835; R. v. Ainsworth, 1842

carriage of goods R. v. Glew, 1832

Cash, Martin R. v. Cash, 1843

cattle Owen and Lord v. Schaw, 1835

cattle, partnership in Salter v. Oakes, 1831

Caveat Board In re Griffiths, 1834; Sharp v. Gregson, 1835; Terry v. Spode, 1835; Shoebridge v. Dunn, 1836; Willison v. Maine, 1836; Murphy v. Daly, 1837; Lord v. Jackson, 1838; Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

certiorari In re Riley, 1842

cheques Barrow v. Montagu, 1833

Chief Justice, separation of powers In re Melville, 1835

child, convict R. v. Kinseala, 1832

child, criminal defendant R. v. Kinseala, 1832

child, killing of (see infanticide)

child support, action for Stone v. Macarthur, 1833

children, criminal defendants R. v. Fielding and Newton, 1825; R. v. Humphreys, 1830; R. v. Moon, 1843; R. v. Sparks, 1843; R. v. Walker, 1843

China, trade with Wright v. Kramer, 1843

Chinese defendant R. v. Awaan, 1842

civil actions, lack of Patterson v. Lord, 1826

civil procedure Farrell v. McKenna, 1830; Thomas v. Fereday, 1830; Fergusson v. M'Kay, 1831; Blastpiel v. McNeely, 1833; Martin v. Smith, 1833; Luck v. Rowlands, 1835; Murray v. Murray, 1836; Friend v. Goodwin, 1838; Abbott v. Rowlands, 1843; Dobson v. Frazer, 1843; Dobson v. Gregson, 1843; Doe dem. Learmonth v. Barnes, 1843

civil procedure, choice of procedures R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

civil procedure, formalities of documents Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832

civil procedure, notices Meredith v. Hepburn, 1834

civil procedure, record of decision In re Riley, 1842

civil procedure, technical errors in documents Woodward v. Betts, 1832

clergyman, unchristian conduct of Wigmore v. Horne, 1842

clothing, price of Lewis v. Dowsett, 1832

coal mining R. v. Bellis, 1838

Coal River R. v. Bagley and Bellamy, 1825; R. v. McCabe, 1825; R. v. Davis and Cruit, 1826; R. v. Ellis, 1826

company law Ex parte Gillies v. Horne, 1843

concealing birth R. v. King, 1842

confession R. v. Guillem, 1837; R. v. Williams, 1842

conflict of laws Blastpiel v. McNeely, 1833

constable, refusal to assist R. v. Hogg, 1824

contempt of court In re Gellibrand, 1825; In re Sinclair, 1827; R. v. Bent, 1830; In re Melville, 1835; R. v. Dudfield, 1838

contempt of court, abuse of process Luck v. Rowlands, 1835

contempt of court, by witness R. v. Webb, 1833

contempt of court, by press R. v. Phillips (No. 1), 1833; R. v. Connell, 1835

contempt of court, criticism of judges treated as libel R. v. Macdougall, 1843

contempt of court, imprisonment Kerr v. St John, 1842

contract, breach of Kemp and Co. v. Basstian, 1824; Smith v. McRae, 1830; Salter v. Oakes, 1831; Stocker v. Stanfield, 1831; Van Diemen's Land Company v. Hay, 1832; Woodward v. Betts, 1832; Clarke and Ladds v. Presnell, 1833; Archer v. Evans, 1837; In re Ives v. Mitchall, 1842

contract, consideration Wilson v. Foster, 1831

contract, effect of drunkenness Salter v. Oakes, 1831

contract, performance Morrison v. Swanton, 1834

contract, rescission Salter v. Oakes, 1831

contract, restraint of trade clause Melville v. Bent, 1832

contract, rule against parol evidence Salter v. Oakes, 1831

contract, termination for breach Archer v. Evans, 1837

contract to supply flour R. v. Bogle, 1842

conveyancing Bilton v. Smith, 1831; Orchard v. Curtis, 1833; Rose v. Smith, 1837

conveyancing, informal Bilton v. Smith, 1830; Willison v. Maine, 1836; Lord v. Jackson, 1838

convict assignments R. v. Jenks, 1832; R. v. Hamilton, 1838

convict discipline R. v. Browne (No. 2), 1833;  R. v. Hudson, 1837; In re Morgan, 1843

convict escape R. v. Allan, 1824; R. v. Oats, 1824; R. v. Pearce, 1824; R. v. Thompson and others, 1824; Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825; R. v. Bond, 1827; R. v. Brown, 1827; R. v. Lacey, 1827; R. v. Madden, 1829; R. v. Solomon, 1829; R. v. Clements, 1832; R. v. Jenks, 1832; R. v. Maguire, 1832; R. v. Oxley, 1832; R. v. Wright, 1832; Fletcher v. Skardon, 1833; Martin v. Smith, 1833; R. v. Ashton and Hargreaves, 1833; R. v. Deacon, 1833; R. v. Johnston, 1836; R. v. Daley and others, 1837; R. v. Hamilton, 1838; R. v. Reed (No. 1), 1843; R. v. Williams (No. 2), 1843

convict escape, chain gang R. v. Webb, 1833

convict escape, harbouring Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832

convict escape, man killed during R. v. Bellis, 1838

convict escape, seizure of ship R. v. Cam, 1832

convict escape, to South America R. v. Shiers and others, 1837

convict evidence R. v. Allen, 1832; R. v. Gregson, 1832; R. v. Liddle, 1832; R. v. Lord, 1834; R. v. Watts, 1834; Attorney General v. Henty, 1835; R. v. Guillem, 1837

convict, probation party R. v. Littleton, 1842

convict punishment R. v. Gellard, 1833

convict servant, maltreatment of R. v. Ryley, 1824

convict service R. v. Shaw, 1824; O'Connor v. Meredith, 1833

convict service, assignment of R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

convict service, gangs R. v. Roberts and Elliott, 1826

convict service, loan of services R. v. Wilks, 1833

convict service, transfer of R. v. Moring, 1825

convict service, withdrawal of assignments Bryan v. Lyttleton, 1834; R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

convicts, attitude to sentence R. v. Dutton, 1833

convicts, payment of R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

convicts, road gang R. v. Fielding and Newton, 1825; R. v. Priest and Brown, 1825; R. v. Deacon, 1833;  R. v. Hudson, 1837

convicts, theft among R. v. Meadowcroft, 1843

convicts, treatment of R. v. Gerard, 1843

Cornwall Bank Attorney General v. Henty, 1835

corruption, allegation of R. v. Murray, 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

costs, legal Marsh v. Walford, 1831; Shoebridge v. Dunn, 1836; R. v. Rowlands, 1837

costs, recovery of McMinn v. Bennett, 1843

costs, ruinous True Colonist on the Supreme Court, 1836

counties, absence of in Van Diemen's Land R. v. Cam, 1832

court house In re Gellibrand, 1825

court house, condition of Drum v. Gregson, 1843

Court of Requests Heaney v. Troy, 1833; Davidson v. Moore, 1835; Ex parte Burnett, 1843; Ex parte Morgan, 1843

court room and proceedings, description of Fitwell v. Testy, 1829

criminal defendants, right to counsel R. v. Guillem, 1837

criminal information, alterations to R. v. Meredith and others, 1824

criminal information, error in R. v. Perry, 1825

criminal information, objection to R. v. Ross, 1842

criminal law, burden of proof R. v. Reardon and Tydey, 1824

criminal law, "ungovernable act of passion" R. v. Mansfield, 1842

criminal libel R. v. Meredith and others, 1824; R. v. Bent (No. 1), 1825; R. v. Bent (No. 2), 1825; R. v. Bent, 1826; R. v. Bent, 1827; R. v. Montagu, 1829; R. v. Gregson, 1832; R. v. Browne (No. 1), 1833; R. v. Browne (No. 2), 1833; R. v. Gellard, 1833; R. v. Murray, 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 1), 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835; R. v. Rowe, 1835; R. v. Rowlands (No. 2), 1836; R. v. Robertson, 1837; Murray v. Bent, 1838; R. v. Goodwin, 1838; R. v. Goodwin, 1843

criminal procedure R. v. Clarke, 1824; R. v. Baynton, 1826; R. v. Wood, 1828; Hay v. Wentworth, 1833; R. v. Molineaux, 1833; R. v. Lewis, 1834; R. v. Rowlands, 1838; In re Morgan, 1843; R. v. Goodwin, 1843; R. v. Macdougall, 1843; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1843; R. v. Williams (No. 3), 1843

criminal procedure, application for postponement R. v. Jones, 1842

criminal procedure, costs of proceedings R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

criminal procedure, error in R. v. Ward, 1834

criminal procedure, name of victim R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1843

criminal procedure, uncertain charge R. v. Bogle, 1842

criminal procedure, want of prosecution R. v. Thomas and James, 1827

criminal procedure, whether offence against statute or common law R. v. Bogle, 1842

criminal prosecutions, excessive technicality R. v. Merrett, 1833

criminal prosecutions, right to counsel R. v. Cam, 1832

criminal sentence, burn on the hand R. v. Jeffries and others, 1826

criminal trials, legal representation in R. v. Butler, Evans, Lush and Brown, 1824

Cross Marsh R. v. McCabe, 1825; R. v. Priest and Brown, 1825; R. v. Slattery, 1826; Thomson v. Stanfield, 1830; R. v. Clements, 1832

Crown accounts, disorder in R. v. Broughton, 1826

Crown debts, fraud In re Thomas, 1833

Crown grants, uncertain Willison v. Maine, 1836

Crown land In re Loane v. D'Hotman, 1834

Crown mercy R. v. Landsall, 1829; R. v. Giles, 1833; In re Melville, 1835; R. v. Cash, 1843

Crown Solicitor R. v. Ross, 1842

Crown treasury Attorney General v. Henty, 1835

currency R. v. Gelden and Davis, 1824; Cartwright v. Mulgrave, 1826

currency, exchange rates R. v. Hawkins, 1843

currency, wheat as Kemp and Co. v. Basstian, 1824

customs, evading duty Proctor Qui Tam v. Cleburne, 1834

D

dam, erection of Jacomb v. Calder, 1842

damages, appeal against Kennedy v. Bent, 1830

damages, assessment of, libel Kennedy v. Bent, 1830

damages, date of assessment Morrisby v. Olding, 1830

damages, date of assessment in trover Drum v. Gregson, 1843

damages, exemplary Drum v. Price, 1843

damages, expectation Woodward v. Betts, 1832; Archer v. Evans, 1837

damages, false imprisonment Hay v. Wentworth, 1833

death recorded R. v. Oxley, 1832; R. v. Ashton and Hargreaves, 1833; R. v. Steven, 1833; R. v. Steel, 1834; R. v. Chiffey, 1843; R. v. Reed (No. 2), 1843

death, proof of R. v. Hibbill, 1836

debt recovery Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832; Rowlands v. Pendlebury, 1833; Russell v. Condell, 1833; Abbott v. Rowlands, 1843

deed, consideration Orchard v. Curtis, 1833

deed, fraud Orchard v. Curtis, 1833

defamation Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832; Benjamin v. Griffiths, 1834

delays in court R. v. Solomon, 1829

delays in litigation True Colonist on the Supreme Court, 1836

Derwent Bank R. v. Steven, 1833

detinue King v. De Dassell, 1834

dogs Turner v. Rand, 1828

domestic violence Hely v. Reynolds, 1833; Currie v. Allen, 1842; R. v. Turner, 1842

double jeopardy R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1843

dower Lord v. Birch, 1838

drunkenness R. v. Ryley, 1824; R. v. McMahon, 1833; R. v. Wilks, 1833

drunkenness, defence of Dunn v. Stynes, 1830

drunkenness, effect on contractual capacity Salter v. Oakes, 1831

drunkenness, no defence R. v. Buckley, 1824

duelling R. v. Kermode and Hood, 1824; In re Sinclair, 1827; R. v. Lewis, 1834; R. v. Rowlands (No. 1), 1836; Gregson v. Arthur, 1837; R. v. Gregson, 1837

dwelling house, damage to Stewart v. Cheyne, 1842

dwelling house, forcible entry R. v. Clayton and Scott, 1824

dwelling house, meaning of R. v. Clayton and Scott, 1824

E

ejectment Fisher v. Gellie, 1833; Morgan v. Smith, 1833; Terry v. Spode, 1835; Doe dem. Butler v. Martin, 1842; Doe dem. Learmonth v. Barnes, 1843; Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

embezzlement R. v. Moring, 1825; Curr v. Goodwin, 1842; R. v. Spencer, 1843

embezzlement, Crown victim R. v. Broughton, 1826; R. v. Ross, 1842

entrapment R. v. Deacon, 1833

Epping Forest R. v. Regan, 1838

equity Bethune v. Hervel, 1825; Stubbs v. Hudson, 1829; Melville v. Bent, 1832; Scott v. Dobson, 1843

equity procedure Anonymous (No. 1), 1838

equity, judicial ignorance about Espie v. Armytage and Hays, 1837

equity, delay in Lord v. Birch, 1838

evidence R. v. Reed (No. 2), 1843

evidence of documents, primary and secondary Murray v. Stephen, 1826

evidence of official appointments, Gazette Morrisby v. Olding, 1830

evidence, admissions under duress R. v. Sparks, 1843

evidence, credibility of witness Molloy v. Sorell, 1832

evidence, hearsay R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

evidence, offer of settlement inadmissible Salter v. Oakes, 1831

evidence, not received but relied on In re Ballinger, 1834

evidence, rule against parties' Horton v. Kermode and Dickenson, 1827

evidence, view Kearney v. McKay, 1830

evidence, view by jury R. v. Kellie, 1826

evidence, witnesses' expenses R. v. Wilson, 1843

evidence, writing of the deceased R. v. McKay and Lamb, 1837

execution of judgment, stay on Dobson v. Gregson, 1843

F

false arrest Meredith v. Lord, 1833

false imprisonment Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825; Worford v. Watts, 1832; Desborough v. Roper, 1833; Fletcher v. Skardon, 1833; Hay v. Wentworth, 1833; Mooney v. Walters, 1834; Mooney v. Walters, 1835; Drum v. Price, 1843

farm tenancy Cleburne v. Meredith, 1843

farm work Cotterill v. Hill, 1832

felony attaint Clark v. Sheriff of Van Diemen's Land, 1829; Field v. Baker, 1831; R. v. Watts, 1834

felony attaint, criticism of R. v. Best, 1830

Female Factory, riot R. v. Shirreff, 1843

ferries, damage to Stallard v. McCormack, 1831

fieri facias Flowerdew v. Fereday, 1830; Kennedy v. Bent, 1830; Wells v. Fereday, 1830; Rowlands v. Pendlebury, 1833

fieri facias, land Luck v. Rowlands, 1835; Willison v. Maine, 1836

fieri facias, lost writ Murray v. Wells, 1832

flogging R. v. Greenwood (Greenwould), 1834
 

flogging, public R. v. Murray, 1827

foreign attachment Opinion on Imprisonment for Debt, 1831

forgery R. v. Clarke, 1824; R. v. Gelden and Davis, 1824; R. v. Pearson and Clarke, 1824; R. v. Perry, 1825; forgery R. v. Baynton, 1826; R. v. Kerr, 1826; R. v. Murray, 1826; R. v. Murray, 1827; R. v. Piddock, 1827; R. v. Chillingworth, 1832; R. v. Steven, 1833; R. v. Fox, 1834; Attorney General v. Henty, 1835

forgery and uttering R. v. Arnold, 1843; R. v. Tatlow, 1843

forgery, defence of Dunn v. Stynes, 1830

fraud R. v. Perry, 1825

fraud, attempt to defraud Government R. v. Bogle, 1842

G

gambling debt (see also assault, horsewhip) Crowther v. Lewis, 1833

gaol delivery Ex parte Robertson, 1835

gentlemanly conduct R. v. Kermode and Hood, 1824; R. v. Meredith and others, 1824

gentlemanly conduct, laws of honour Gilles v. Pugh, 1842

George Town R. v. Goodwin, 1838

gig, hired, damage to Newlove v. Lewis, 1842

Gillibrand, Attorney General, address of R. v. Tibbs, 1824

Glenorchy R. v. Reardon and Tydey, 1824; Bilton v. Smith, 1830

goods sold and delivered Lewis v. Dowsett, 1832; Blastpiel v. McNeely, 1833; goods sold and delivered Davidson v. Moore, 1835

government officer, defendant in criminal case R. v. Lord, 1834

government treasury Barrow v. Montagu, 1833

Governor, power to appoint pound keepers Morrisby v. Olding, 1830

Governor Arthur, interference with litigation Murray v. Stephen, 1826

Governor Arthur, involvement in litigation R. v. Gregson, 1832

Governor Arthur, libel of R. v. Bent, 1826

Grand Jury R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

Great Swan Port R. v. Deacon, 1833

Grindstone Bay R. v. Musquito and Black Jack, 1824

H

habeas corpus In re Warton, 1824; R. v. Dillon, 1827; R. v. Solomon, 1829; Kerr v. St John, 1842; In re Morgan, 1843; R. v. Williams (No. 3), 1843

highway robbery R. v. Thompson and others, 1824; R. v. McCabe, 1825 R. v. Priest and Brown, 1825; R. v. Daley and others, 1837; R. v. Paget, 1837; R. v. Bowtell, 1843; R. v. Cash, 1843

Hobart, change of name Marsh v. Walford, 1831

horse racing R. v. Glew, 1832

horse trading Salmon v. Wilson, 1831

horsewhipping R. v. Rowlands (No. 1), 1836; R. v. Gregson, 1837

horses, breeding Stocker v. Stanfield, 1831

housebreaking R. v. Roberts and Elliott, 1826

hue and cry R. v. Cash, 1843

hulk, escape from R. v. Oxley, 1832

I

idiocy R. v. Pearson and Clarke, 1824

illiteracy Rowlands v. Speke, 1830

immigration Van Diemen's Land Company v. Miller, 1833

immigration ship Stone v. Macarthur, 1833

imprisonment for debt In re Oakes, 1826; In re Wells, 1829; Butler v. Bent, 1830; Crowther v. Lewis, 1833; Molloy v. Luck, 1835; In re McShane, 1843

imprisonment for debt, abolition Opinion on Imprisonment for Debt, 1831

imprisonment for debt, groats Peters v. Nicholls, 1831;

imprisonment for debt, women Peters v. Nicholls, 1831

in forma pauperis Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

inciting breach of peace R. v. Lewis, 1834

India R. v. Dillon, 1827

indictment (see also criminal information)

infancy R. v. McBean, 1837

infanticide R. v. McLauchlan, 1830; R. v. Masters, 1835; R. v. King, 1842

injunction Melville v. Bent, 1832

injunction, interlocutory Stubbs v. Hudson, 1829

injunction, to restrain proceedings at common law Bethune v. Hervel, 1825

injunction, to prevent sale of land In re Loane v. D'Hotman, 1834

insanity, defence of R. v. Pearson and Clarke, 1824; R. v. Dillon, 1827; R. v. Piddock, 1827; R. v. Best, 1830;  R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1843

insolvency In re Wells, 1829; Flowerdew v. Fereday, 1830; Kennedy v. Bent, 1830; Fergusson v. M'Kay, 1831; Peters v. Nicholls, 1831; Wise v. Kemp, 1835; In re Dudfield, 1838; In re Riley, 1842; Cleburne v. Meredith, 1843; Ex parte Gillies v. Horne, 1843

insolvency, discharge from In re McShane, 1843

insolvency, fraud Wells v. Fereday, 1830

insolvency, purpose of In re Jones, 1843

interpreter R. v. Awaan, 1842

J

Jericho R. v. Fielding and Newton, 1825; R. v. Landsall, 1829

judges, administer law and do not legislate Molloy v. Luck, 1835

judges, conflict between Anonymous (No. 1), 1838

judges, conflict with counsel R. v. D'Hotman, 1842

judges, disagreement In re Ives v. Mitchall, 1842

judgments, enforcement of Abbott v. Rowlands, 1843

judicial review, administrative body In re Griffiths, 1834

judicial bias, allegation of R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835; True Colonist on the Supreme Court, 1836

judiciary, independence of R. v. Thomas and James, 1827

jury trial R. v. Magistrates of Hobart Town, 1825; Horton v. Kermode and Dickenson, 1827; Butler v. Bent, 1830; Molloy v. Sorell, 1832; Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832; Martin v. Smith, 1833; Bryan v. Lyttleton, 1834; Pearce v. Loane, 1834; R. v. Widdicomb, 1834

jury, challenge to R. v. Bryan, 1835

jury, disagreement R. v. Salmon, 1829; Wise v. Kemp, 1835; Naylor v. Murray, 1837; R. v. Butterfield, 1843

jury, discharge of R. v. Butterfield, 1843

jury finds against Judge's directions multiple times Tetley v. Sherwin, 1842

jury, judge of law and fact R. v. Gellard, 1833; Schaw v. Meredith, 1833

jury, judicial pressure on R. v. Laird, 1832

jury, limits of available verdict R. v. Buckley, 1824

jury, membership R. v. Widdicomb, 1834

jury, request for Jorgenson v. Loane, 1834

jury, whether trustworthy Hay v. Wentworth, 1834

jury verdict, majority Gregson v. Arthur, 1837

jury verdict, overturned Tetley v. Sherwin, 1842

K

Kangaroo Point Orchard v. Curtis, 1833

King's River R. v. Pearce, 1824

Published by the Division of Law, Macquarie University and the School of History and Classics, University of Tasmania