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Attorney General for British Honduras v. Bristowe, 1880

[intrusion]

Attorney General for British Honduras v. Bristowe

Judicial Committee of the Privy Council
17 November 1880
Source: The Times, 18 November, 1880

LAW REPORT, Nov. 17.
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL
(Present - Sir James Colville, Sir Montague Smith, and Sir Robert Collier.)
THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR BRITISH HONDURAS v. BRISTOWE AND ANOTHER.
  This was an appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court for the colony of British Honduras of the 30th of December, 1878, given in favour of the respondents, Mr. J. Bristowe and Mr. O. T. Hunter, in a suit of intrusion brought against them by the Attorney-General (Mr. Onslow) in behalf of Her Majesty.
  The Solicitor -General and Mr. Joseph Beaumont were counsel for the appellant; Mr. Fox Bristowe, Q.C., and Mr. A. J. Leach for the respondents.
  The arguments were finished when their Lordships rose for the day.

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