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Decisions of the Nineteenth Century Tasmanian Superior Courts

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land, enforcement of judgment debt against Luck v. Rowlands, 1835

land law R. v. D'Hotman, 1842; Stewart v. Cheyne, 1842; Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

land law, adverse possession Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

land law, Crown land Stewart v. Cheyne, 1842

land law, Crown grants invalid Terry v. Spode, 1835

land law, location authorities Willison v. Maine, 1836

land law, possession for 20 years Doe dem. Butler v. Martin, 1842

land law, right of way Kearney v. McKay, 1830

land law, reversionary interest Abbott v. Cheyne, 1842

land law, surveying Glover v. Birchall, 1827; Bastian v. Bridger, 1831; Terry v. Spode, 1835

land law, uncertain boundaries Barnes v. Cutts, 1843

land law, uncertain title Lord v. Jackson, 1838; Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

land law, uncertainty of location Doe dem. Learmonth v. Barnes, 1843

land law, whether building could be freehold property Stewart v. Cheyne, 1842

land titles Bilton v. Smith, 1830; Marsh v. Walford, 1831; Doe dem. Inniss v. Read, 1834; In re Griffiths, 1834; Willison v. Maine, 1836; Abbott v. Cheyne, 1842; Doe dem. Butler v. Martin, 1842

land titles, informal title Kearney v. McKay, 1830

land titles, location orders Shoobridge v. Dunn, 1835; Shoebridge v. Dunn, 1836

land titles, title by prescription Kearney v. McKay, 1830

land titles, uncertainty of Patterson v. Lord, 1826; Bilton v. Grant, 1832; Harmer v. Sadler, 1832; Sharp v. Gregson, 1835; Shoobridge v. Dunn, 1835

landlord and tenant Owen v. Forbes, 1831

larceny R. v. Moring, 1825; R. v. Madden, 1829; R. v. Dudfield, 1838

laudanum R. v. Valentine, 1843

Launceston, In re Sinclair, 1827; R. v. Thomas, 1830; Cookney v. Brodie, 1833; R. v. McMahon, 1833; R. v. Davidson, 1834; R. v. Ward, 1834; R. v. Paget, 1837; R. v. Davis, 1838

Launceston Club Gilles v. Pugh, 1842

Launceston Swamp Case Abbott v. Cheyne, 1842

Launceston trial R. v. Clipham, 1827

Law Officers, private practice Pearce v. Loane, 1834

law reporting R. v. Kermode and Hood, 1824; R. v. Matthews, Holden and Smith, 1824; R. v. Bent, 1826; Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832; Solomon v. Davis, 1832; Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832; In re Melville, 1835; R. v. Connell, 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 1), 1835; Moore v. Barnes, 1837; R. v. Gregson, 1837; R. v. Rowlands, 1837

law reporting, flamboyant Gellibrand v. Ross, 1835

legal costs, taxation of Stephen v. Crowther, 1825

legal ethics In re Gellibrand, 1825

legal practitioners, admission of R. v. Tibbs, 1824

legal profession, discipline of R. v. Rowlands, 1837

legal profession, division of Division of the Legal Profession, 1843

legal profession, duties of In re Gellibrand, 1825

legal profession, overcharging In re Oakes, 1826

legal profession, separation of Mason v. Lascelles, 1836; In re Stephen, 1842

legal profession, striking off roll In re Gellibrand, 1825; In re Stephen, 1842

legal profession, unprofessional conduct by barrister In re Stephen, 1842

Legislative Council, invalid Act of R. v. Jones, 1842

Legislative Council, power to enact and repeal R. v. Jones, 1842

legislature, campaign for R. v. Gregson, 1832

libel (see also criminal libel) Murray v. Stephen, 1826; Kennedy v. Bent, 1830; Cookney v. Brodie, 1833; O'Connor v. Meredith, 1833; Schaw v. Meredith, 1833; Gellibrand v. Ross, 1835; Molloy v. Luck, 1835; Murray v. Murray, 1836; Rose v. Smith, 1837; Stephen v. Melville, 1837; Friend v. Goodwin, 1838; Stephen v. Bent (No. 1), 1838; Stephen v. Bent (No. 2), 1838; Curr v. Goodwin, 1842; Wigmore v. Horne, 1842

libel, allegation of peculation, Naylor v. Murray, 1837

libel, assessment of damages R. v. Rowlands (No. 2), 1836

libel, criminal R. v. Macdougall, 1843

libel, distinguished from slander R. v. Gregson, 1832

libel, elements of R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

libel, failure to respond to party invitation Gilles v. Pugh, 1842

libel, of judges R. v. Macdougall, 1843

libel, placard Gregson v. Arthur, 1837; Gregson v. Mitchell, 1837

libel, publication Meredith v. Murray, 1833; R. v. Browne (No. 1), 1833; R. v. Browne (No. 2), 1833

Lieutenant Governor's Court Willison v. Maine, 1836

liquor licensing Solomon v. Davis, 1832

litigation, rate of R. v. James, 1828

Longford R. v. Reed (No. 3), 1843

Lord Ellenborough's Act R. v. Kellie, 1826; R. v. Slattery, 1826

Lower Clyde R. v. Best, 1830

lynch law Willison v. Maine, 1836

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Macquarie Harbour In re Warton, 1824; R. v. Allan, 1824; R. v. Pearce, 1824; R. v. Lacey, 1827; R. v. Cam, 1832; R. v. Maguire, 1832; R. v. Shiers and others, 1837

Macquarie Harbour, hardship at R. v. Oats, 1824; R. v. Thompson and others, 1824

magistrate, allegation of cruelty against Mason v. Lascelles, 1836

magistrate, assault on R. v. Rowlands (No. 1), 1836

magistrates, ability of Hay v. Wentworth, 1834

magistrates, action against Fletcher v. Skardon, 1833; Hay v. Wentworth, 1833; Martin v. Smith, 1833; Meredith v. Lord, 1833; R. v. Foley, 1833; Owen and Lord v. Schaw, 1835; Drum v. Price, 1843

magistrates, criticism of R. v. Beams, 1832

magistrates, litigation between Meredith v. Lord, 1833

malicious prosecution Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832; Worford v. Watts, 1832; Benjamin v. Griffiths, 1834; Pearce v. Loane, 1834; Gee v. Burke, 1837; Pugh v. Haygarth, 1843

mandamus R. v. Magistrates of Hobart Town, 1825

manslaughter R. v. Clipham, 1827; R. v. Glennan, 1832; R. v. Kinseala, 1832; R. v. McMahon, 1833; R. v. Bellis, 1838; R. v. Hamilton, 1838; R. v. Mansfield, 1842; R. v. Valentine, 1842; R. v. Gerard, 1843; R. v. Valentine, 1843

manslaughter, boxing R. v. Kelly, 1842

manslaughter, convict killed by convict R. v. Mansfield, 1842

manslaughter of child R. v. Awaan, 1842

Maori R. v. Dillon, 1827

maps, use of Doe dem. Inniss v. Read, 1834

Maria Island R. v. Lord, 1834

marriage, breach of promise Hawthorn v. Steel, 1833; Stone v. Macarthur, 1833; Kennedy v. Lowe, 1835

marriage, separation In re Ives v. Mitchall, 1842

married women's legal disabilities Rose v. Smith, 1837

married women's legal disabilities, debts Peters v. Nicholls, 1831

married women's legal disabilities, husband's liability for wife's debts In re Ives v. Mitchall, 1842

martial law Government Notices Concerning Aborigines, 1830

master and servant Barker v. Blinkworth, 1831; Van Diemen's Land Company v. Hay, 1832; Van Diemen's Land Company v. Miller, 1833

medical attention Crowther v. Lewis, 1833

medical attendance Anonymous (No. 2), 1838; R. v. Valentine, 1842

medical negligence R. v. Valentine, 1842; Pugh v. Haygarth, 1843; R. v. Valentine, 1843

medical practitioner, action for fees Anonymous (No. 2), 1838

medical practitioner, criminal prosecution of Pugh v. Haygarth, 1843; R. v. Valentine, 1843

medical qualifications Anonymous (No. 2), 1838

Millbrook estate Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

Milford Mill R. v. Daley and others, 1837

military defendants in crime R. v. Kirwan, 1826; R. v. Slattery, 1826; R. v. Campbell, 1830

money counts Van Diemen's Land Company v. Hay, 1832

Montagu J., amoval of R. v. Bryan, 1835

Montagu J., anger in court R. v. Rowlands (No. 2), 1836; R. v. Rowlands, 1837

Montagu J., allegation of bias R. v. Rowlands (No. 2), 1836

Montagu J., allegation of madness R. v. Rowlands (No. 2), 1836

Montagu J., attacks on R. v. Rowlands, 1837

Montagu J., attitude to alcohol R. v. Slack, 1843

Montagu J., attitude to press Abbott v. Rowlands, 1843

Montagu J., attitudes of R. v. Wilson, 1843

Montagu J., criticism of Ex parte Robertson, 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 1), 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

Montagu J., criticism of Pedder C.J. Anonymous (No. 1), 1838

Montagu J., dismissal of R. v. Bryan, 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 1), 1835

Montagu J., extraordinary sentencing speech R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

Montagu J., first hearing R. v. Ashton and Hargreaves, 1833

Montagu J., press attacks on True Colonist on the Supreme Court, 1836

mortgage, of ship Wright v. Kramer, 1843

murder R. v. Allan, 1824; R. v. Musquito and Black Jack, 1824; R. v. Oats, 1824; R. v. Pearce, 1824; R. v. Reardon and Tydey, 1824; R. v. Ryley, 1824; R. v. Tibbs, 1824; R. v. Broadhurst, 1825; R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826; R. v. Jeffries and others, 1826; R. v. Clipham, 1827; R. v. Lacey, 1827; R. v. Salmon, 1829;  R. v. Best, 1830; R. v. Campbell, 1830; R. v. McLauchlan, 1830; R. v. Routley, 1830; R. v. Thomas, 1830; R. v. Wilkes, 1830; R. v. Alder, 1832; R. v. Davidson, 1834; R. v. Masters, 1835; R. v. Hibbill, 1836; R. v. Guillem, 1837; R. v. McKay and Lamb, 1837; R. v. Regan, 1838; R. v. King, 1842; R. v. Turner, 1842; R. v. Williams, 1842; R. v. Jeffs, 1843; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1843; R. v. Sparks, 1843

murder, distinguished from manslaughter R. v. Buckley, 1824

murder, insanity defence R. v. Smith (No. 2), 1843

murder, malice R. v. McMahon, 1833

murder, mens rea R. v. Glennan, 1832; R. v. Turner, 1842; R. v. Cash, 1843

mutiny, on ship R. v. Kellie, 1826; R. v. Dillon, 1827

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navy, desertion Desborough v. Roper, 1833

negligence Salter v. Oakes, 1831; Williamson v. Armstrong, 1842

New Norfolk R. v. Stanfield and Crahan, 1824; R. v. Broadhurst, 1825; Bastian v. Bridger, 1831; Martin v. Smith, 1833; R. v. Guillem, 1837

New Town R. v. Evans, 1826

new trial R. v. Kermode and Hood, 1824; Solomon v. Davis, 1832; Martin v. Smith, 1833; Meredith v. Lord, 1833; R. v. Gellard, 1833; Hay v. Wentworth, 1834; Meredith v. Hepburn, 1834; Mason v. Lascelles, 1836; Shoebridge v. Dunn, 1836; Rose v. Smith, 1837; Ex parte Morgan, 1843

new trial, motion for Molloy v. Sorell, 1832

new trial, procedure Kennedy v. Bent, 1830; Wells v. Fereday, 1830

New Zealand R. v. Dillon, 1827; R. v. Hibbill, 1836

newspapers, place of publication Lord v. Jackson, 1838

newspapers, production methods R. v. Browne (No. 1), 1833; R. v. Rowe, 1835

nolle prosequi R. v. Jones, 1842; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1843

nominal damages Marsh v. Walford, 1831

non est factum Salter v. Oakes, 1831

nonsuit Meredith v. Murray, 1833; Tetley v. Sherwin, 1842

Norfolk Plains R. v. Jaques, 1832; R. v. McBean, 1837

North Esk R. v. Jenks, 1832

nuisance, pollution of river Jacomb v. Calder, 1842

nuisance, public R. v. Reed (No. 3), 1843

nurseryman Davidson v. Moore, 1835

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oath, refusal to take Stone v. Macarthur, 1833

Oatlands R. v. Williams (No. 1), 1843

obtaining by false pretence R. v. Cohen, 1833

Old Beach R. v. Edwards, 1833

Oyster Bay R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826; Flowerdew v. Fereday, 1830; O'Connor v. Meredith, 1833

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passage money, action to recover Van Diemen's Land Company v. Hay, 1832
 

passenger on ship Crowther v. Carns, 1825; R. v. Dillon, 1827; Stubbs v. Hudson, 1829; Hudson v. Stubbs, 1830; White v. Budds, 1832

pasturing sheep and cattle, agreement Smith v. McRae, 1830

partnership Field v. Baker, 1831

Pedder C.J., anger in court Murray v. Murray, 1836

Pedder C.J., attitude to evidence Molloy v. Sorell, 1832

Pedder C.J., criticism by Montagu J. Anonymous (No. 1), 1838

Pedder C.J., criticism of In re Melville, 1835

Pedder C.J., press attacks on True Colonist on the Supreme Court, 1836

Pedder C.J., sensitivity of, when criticised R. v. Gregson, 1832

Pedder C.J., victim of crime R. v. Kerr, 1826

perjury R. v. Ellis, 1826; Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832; Hay v. Wentworth, 1834

Perth R. v. Mackie and Harris , 1832; R. v. McKay and Lamb, 1837; R. v. Hamilton, 1838

Perth Bridge  R. v. Hudson, 1837

piracy Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825; R. v. Cam, 1832; R. v. Maguire, 1832; R. v. Shiers and others, 1837

piracy, high seas R. v. Jones, 1842

Pitt Water R. v. Ryley, 1824; Glover v. Birchall, 1827; R. v. Ashton and Hargreaves, 1833

pleading Shoebridge v. Dunn, 1836

pleading, complexity of Murray v. Murray, 1836

police, criminal defendants R. v. Welsh, 1832; R. v. Bellis, 1838; R. v. Hamilton, 1838

police powers, power to arrest R. v. Greenwood (Greenwould), 1834

poor people, judicial treatment of In re Ballinger, 1834

Port Arthur R. v. Ashton and Hargreaves, 1833; R. v. Bellis, 1838; R. v. Williams, 1842; R. v. Smith (No. 1), 1843; R. v. Sparks, 1843

Port Arthur, conditions at R. v. Cash, 1843

Port Dalrymple Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825

Port Dalrymple, first Supreme Court trials at R. v. Farrell, 1824

Port Phillip Kerr v. St John, 1842

Port Puer R. v. Sparks, 1843

press freedom Ex parte Robertson, 1835; In re Melville, 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 1), 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

press freedom, "Moral Guillotine" R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

press, commentary on litigation R. v. Phillips (No. 1), 1833

press, contempt by R. v. Bent, 1830

press, monopoly of R. v. Bent, 1826

press freedom R. v. Dudfield, 1838

press, whether official or not R. v. Bent, 1826

principal and accessory R. v. Broadhurst, 1825

prisoner, right to counsel R. v. Mansfield, 1842

prisoners' counsel, right to R. v. Guillem, 1837; R. v. Reed (No. 1), 1843; R. v. Walker, 1843

probation party R. v. Littleton, 1842

Privy Council, appeal to In re Stephen, 1842; Tetley v. Sherwin, 1842; Tetley v. Sherwin, 1843

Privy Council, existence of appeals to Murray v. Stephen, 1826

promissory note Patterson v. Lord, 1826; Salmon v. Wilson, 1831

promissory note, defences Dunn v. Stynes, 1830

property In re Loane v. D'Hotman, 1834

property, action to recover Doe dem. Inniss v. Read, 1834

prosecutions, number of, R. v. Murray, 1827

prosecutor's expenses, recovery of R. v. Cook, 1843

Prosser's Plains Morrisby v. Olding, 1830

provocation Dell v. Ives, 1838

public meeting Meredith v. Murray, 1833

putting in bodily fear R. v. Regan, 1838

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rape R. v. Farrell, 1824; R. v. Matthews, Holden and Smith, 1824; R. v. Ayton, 1835; R. v. Butterfield, 1843

rape, identity R. v. Davis, 1838

rape, of child under ten R. v. Charles, 1832

rates, enforcement of Ex parte Burnett, 1843

receiving stolen goods R. v. Holland, 1825; R. v. Moir, 1825; R. v. Kirwan, 1826; R. v. Wood, 1828; R. v. Ellerby, 1833; R. v. Giles, 1833; R. v. Layton, 1833; R. v. Phillips (No. 1), 1833; R. v. Lord, 1834

reception of English law R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826; Van Diemen's Land Company v. Miller, 1833

reception of English law, conveyancing Bilton v. Smith, 1831

reception of English law, criminal law R. v. Kirwan, 1831

reception of English law, criminal procedure R. v. Rowlands (No. 2), 1836

reception of English law, date of reception R. v. Madden, 1829

reception of English law, evidence Morrisby v. Olding, 1830

reception of English law, libel R. v. Bent, 1826

reception of English law, pounds Morrisby v. Olding, 1830

reception of English law, prisoners' counsel R. v. Guillem, 1837

reception of English law, replevin and sheriff's power Dobson v. Frazer, 1843

reception of English law, Sheriff Murray v. Wells, 1832

reception of English law, Statute of James Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

reception of English law, statute law Creditor v. Fletcher, 1842

religion R. v. Ayton, 1835

religious minister, allegation of corruption against, Naylor v. Murray, 1837

rent, holding over Owen v. Forbes, 1831

replevin Farrell v. McKenna, 1830; Dobson v. Frazer, 1843

Research Bay Wills v. Kelly, 1833

Restdown R. v. Molineaux, 1833; R. v. Walters, 1833

reward R. v. Wright, 1832

reward, ticket of leave R. v. Allen, 1832

riparian rights Hayes v. Espie, 1835

Risdon R. v. Broadhurst, 1825

River Styx Salter v. Oakes, 1831

road, obstruction of R. v. Reed (No. 3), 1843

robbery R. v. Evans, 1826; R. v. Madden, 1829; R. v. Welsh, 1832; R. v. Phillips (No. 2), 1833; R. v. Walters, 1833; R. v. Wilks, 1833; R. v. Kirkham, 1835; R. v. Regan, 1838; R. v. Meadowcroft, 1843; R. v. Pickering, 1843; R. v. Reed (No. 2), 1843; R. v. Williams (No. 2), 1843

robbery - guilty plea, effect on sentence of R. v. Ferguson, 1837

Roman Catholic priest, libel of R. v. Rowe, 1835

Royal Oak R. v. Regan, 1838

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sale of goods Fitwell v. Testy, 1829; Salmon v. Wilson, 1831; Murdoch v. Solomon, 1832; Woodward v. Betts, 1832; Clarke and Ladds v. Presnell, 1833

sale of goods, warranty Mason v. Kermode, 1825

scire facias R. v. D'Hotman, 1842

search without warrant Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832

sedition R. v. Gellard, 1833

seditious libel R. v. Robertson (No. 1), 1835

seduction Stone v. Macarthur, 1833

self defence R. v. Ryley, 1824; Marsh v. Walford, 1831; R. v. Cash, 1843

self incrimination R. v. Farquharson and Webster, 1826

self incrimination, privilege against R. v. Rowlands (No. 1), 1836

sentencing discretion R. v. Shaw, 1824; R. v. Murray, 1827; R. v. Oxley, 1832; R. v. Smiley, 1832

sentencing, inconsistent R. v. Phillips (No. 2), 1833

separation of powers True Colonist on the Supreme Court, 1836

services, contract for Stocker v. Stanfield, 1831

set off R. v. Murray, 1826; Solomon v. Davis, 1832; Crowther v. Lewis, 1833; Heaney v. Troy, 1833

sexual assault on child R. v. Farrell, 1824; R. v. Matthews, Holden and Smith, 1824; R. v. Ayton, 1835

sheep husbandry Smith v. McRae, 1830

sheep killing R. v. Rolls, 1842

Sheriff, action against Thomas v. Fereday, 1830

Sheriff, discipline of Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832

Sheriff, jurisdiction over replevin Dobson v. Frazer, 1843

Sheriff, personal litigation Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832

Sheriff's liability Flowerdew v. Fereday, 1830; Wells v. Fereday, 1830; Murray v. Wells, 1832

Sheriff's officer, action by Kennedy v. Bent, 1830

ship wreck Schaw v. Meredith, 1833

ship, discipline on R. v. Kellie, 1826; Elliott v. Lovett, 1833; Hart v. Hurst, 1833

ship, research voyage R. v. Dillon, 1827

ship, sale of Wright v. Kramer, 1843

ships's captain Gunby v Richards, 1827; R. v. Dillon, 1827

ship's captain, assault on seaman Burton v. Driscoll, 1834

ship's captain, shooting at crew R. v. Kellie, 1826

ship's crew Gunby v Richards, 1827; R. v. Hibbill, 1836; R. v. Shiers and others, 1837

ship's crew, discipline R. v. Smiley, 1832

shooting R. v. Laird, 1832

shooting, crime of R. v. Slattery, 1826

slander Horton v. Kermode and Dickenson, 1827; Lucas v. Copperwaith, 1833; Houghton v. Reid, 1834; Gellibrand v. Ross, 1835

slander, "swindler" Wise v. Kemp, 1835

sodomy R. v. Charles, 1832; R. v. Jones, 1833; R. v. Wells, 1833; R. v. Goodwin, 1838; R. v. Chiffey, 1843; R. v. Williams (No. 1), 1843

soldier, criminal defendant R. v. Glennan, 1832; R. v. McMahon, 1833; R. v. Cleary, 1836

solicitor, action against Scott v. Dobson, 1843

South Australia Stephen v. Bent (No. 1), 1838

stabbing R. v. Allen, 1832

Statute of Frauds Orchard v. Curtis, 1833

Statute of James Doe dem. Butler v. Martin, 1842

Statute of Limitations Blastpiel v. McNeely, 1833

Statute of Limitations, against Crown Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843

Statute of Uses Bilton v. Smith, 1831

stealing R. v. Shaw, 1824; R. v. Bond, 1827; R. v. Thomas and James, 1827; R. v. Wood, 1828; R. v. Lloyd, Adams and Lynch, 1829; R. v. Humphreys, 1830; R. v. Glew, 1832; R. v. Ellerby, 1833; R. v. Lord, 1834; R. v. Watts, 1834; R. v. Moon, 1843

stealing from dwelling house R. v. Bagley and Bellamy, 1825; R. v. Jeffries and others, 1826; R. v. Murray, 1827; R. v. Deacon, 1833; R. v. Ward, 1834; R. v. McBean, 1837; R. v. Jeffs, 1843

stealing from a dwelling house, minimal property stolen R. v. Hyam, 1832

stealing from the person R. v. Mackie, 1832

stealing, actus reus R. v. Amon, 1836

stealing, bailment R. v. Clarke, 1843

stealing, cattle R. v. Murray, 1827; R. v. Landsall, 1829; R. v. Beams, 1832; R. v. Jaques, 1832; R. v. Dutton, 1833; R. v. Steel, 1834; R. v. Bryan, 1835; R. v. Minnett, 1836

stealing, from shop R. v. Cook, 1843

stealing, horse R. v. Allen, 1838; R. v. Clarke, 1843

stealing, mens rea R. v. Duff, 1834; R. v. Pain, 1834; R. v. Minnett, 1836

stealing, sheep R. v. Butler, Davis and others, 1824; R. v. Butler, Evans, Lush and Brown, 1824; R. v. Fielding and Newton, 1825; R. v. Davis and Cruit, 1826; R. v. Farquharson and Webster, 1826; R. v. Murray, 1827; R. v. Wright, 1832; R. v. Merrett, 1833; R. v. Ashton and Hargreaves, 1833; R. v. Foley, 1833; R. v. Crohan, 1835; R. v. Amon, 1836

steamship, damage to, while being repaired by shipwright Williamson v. Armstrong, 1842

Stephen, Alfred, clash with judge R. v. Rowlands (No. 2), 1836; Stephen v. Bent (No. 2), 1838

Stephen, Alfred, criticism of Bryan v. Lyttleton, 1834; Pearce v. Loane, 1834; R. v. Robertson (No. 1), 1835; R. v. Robertson (No. 2), 1835

Stephen, Alfred, litigation of Stephen v. Melville, 1837

Stephen, Sydney, struck off the Rolls of the Court In re Stephen, 1842

stoppage in transitu Murdoch v. Solomon, 1832

succession Molloy v. Sorell, 1832; In re Thomas, 1833; In re Daly, 1835; Murphy v. Daly, 1837; Lord v. Birch, 1838; Johnston v. Lester, 1843; Scott v. Dobson, 1843

succession, heir's liability for ancestor's debts Creditor v. Fletcher, 1842

succession, insolvent estate Davis v. Jennings, 1842

succession, letters of administration In re Ballinger, 1834

supervision of inferior courts In re Morgan, 1843

Supreme Court, Clerk of Newlove v. Lewis, 1842

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

Supreme Court, geographical jurisdiction R. v. Kirwan, 1826

Supreme Court, jurisdiction over the seas R. v. Hibbill, 1836

Supreme Court, minor cases in R. v. Layton, 1833

Supreme Court, opening of R. v. Tibbs, 1824

Supreme Court, power to amend error on record R. v. Buchan, 1834

Supreme Court, powers over gaol Ex parte Robertson, 1835

Supreme Court, rules of Opinion on Imprisonment for Debt, 1831

Supreme Court clerk, error by R. v. Buchan, 1834

surgery Pugh v. Haygarth, 1843

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Tahitian, murder of R. v. Musquito and Black Jack, 1824

taxation of costs In re Oakes, 1826

tenancy Barnes v. Cutts, 1843; Dobson v. Frazer, 1843

tenancy, damage to property Moore v. Barnes, 1837

terra nullius R. v. Jack and Dick, 1826

ticket of leave Pearce v. Loane, 1834

torts Stallard v. McCormack, 1831

torture R. v. Greenwood (Greenwould), 1834

town planning Kearney v. McKay, 1830

trade with China Wright v. Kramer, 1843

transportation R. v. James, 1828

transportation, expiry of sentence Martin v. Smith, 1833

transportation, probation party R. v. Littleton, 1842

treadmill R. v. Meadowcroft, 1843

trespass Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825; Glover v. Birchall, 1827; Orchard v. Curtis, 1833; Shoebridge v. Dunn, 1836

trespass and case, distinction between Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832

trespass by director of roads and bridges Stewart v. Cheyne, 1842

trespass to land Kearney v. McKay, 1830; Bilton v. Grant, 1832; Harmer v. Sadler, 1832; Tuckwell v. Scott, 1832; Shoobridge v. Dunn, 1835; Willison v. Maine, 1836

trespass to land, self defence Marsh v. Walford, 1831

trials, length of Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832

trover Salter v. Oakes, 1831; Davis v. Jennings, 1842; Tetley v. Sherwin, 1842; Cleburne v. Meredith, 1843

trover, elements of Drum v. Gregson, 1843

trust, breach of Fisher v. Gellie, 1833

trusts Luck v. Rowlands, 1835; Dobson v. Gregson, 1843; Doe dem. McKillop v. Lascelles, 1843; Ex parte Gillies v. Horne, 1843; Scott v. Dobson, 1843

trusts, investment of trust property Fereday v. Worthy, 1835

Twofold Bay Laurie v. Griffiths, 1825

V

Van Diemen's Land, petition for independence R. v. Kermode and Hood, 1824

Van Diemen's Land Company Van Diemen's Land Company v. Hay, 1832

Van Diemen's Land Insurance Company Ex parte Gillies v. Horne, 1843

W

wages, action for Barker v. Blinkworth, 1831; Pollard v. Dudfield, 1838

wages, payment in kind Heaney v. Troy, 1833

warranty of attorney Fergusson v. M'Kay, 1831; Fereday v. O'Connor, 1832; Luck v. Rowlands, 1835; Molloy v. Luck, 1835

watercourse, interfering with Hayes v. Espie, 1835

water rights Doe dem. Inniss v. Read, 1834; Degraves v. Wright, 1838; Ex parte Burnett, 1843

whaling, lay of profits Wills v. Kelly, 1833

wheat, sale of Field v. Baker, 1831

will, forgery Murphy v. Daly, 1837

will, validity of Lord v. Birch, 1838

witnesses, privilege from arrest In re Robertson, 1834

witnesses' expenses, payment of R. v. Wilson, 1843

women defendants in crime R. v. Farrel and Redman, 1824; R. v. Matthews, Holden and Smith, 1824; R. v. Holland, 1825; R. v. Humphreys, 1830; R. v. McLauchlan, 1830; R. v. Edwards, 1833; R. v. Ellerby, 1833; In re Morgan, 1843; R. v. Slack, 1843

women's legal disabilities Molloy v. Sorell, 1832

work and labour Cotterill v. Hill, 1832; Heaney v. Troy, 1833; Russell v. Condell, 1833; Wills v. Kelly, 1833; Johnston v. Lester, 1843; Wright v. Kramer, 1843

work and labour, payment in kind Macarty v. Gregson, 1830; Thomson v. Stanfield, 1830

worker, improper treatment of R. v. Blake, 1842

Y

York Plains Dunn v. Stynes, 1830

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