THE LATE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE COLERIDGE

... THE LATE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE COLERIDGE. ERECTION OF A TABLET. , ALFINGTON'S TRIBUTE. Last night, the eve of the eighth anniversary the death of the late Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, a memorial service was held in Alfington Church, near Ottery St. Mary ...

Published: Saturday 14 June 1902
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
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THE VUliust. Vesta tMuDbtrict kffik APPEAL DISMISSED. C«ad's lyHm I* the Court Appeal, on Monday, composed ol ..

... Council. The father brought an before Lord Chief Justice Coleridge claiming damages far having been ejected from thehearh. His learned friend Mr. was mistaken saving, as had previously stated, that Lord Chief Justice Coleridge had held that the bye-law under ...

GREAT DEVONIAN

... GREAT DEVONIAN. Some Traits ol Lord Chief Justice Coleridge. 44 ICEBERG. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, one of Devon's distinguished sons, is dealt with in very interesting, if candid, fashion by A.A.8. in the Evening Standard. write©: About 15 years ...

Published: Tuesday 29 December 1925
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
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GREAT DEVONIAN

... GREAT DEVONIAN. Some Traits of Lord Chief Justice Coleridge. AX ICEBERG. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, one cfl Devon's distinguished sons, is dealt with in very interesting, if candid, fashion A.A.8. in. the Evening Standard. He writes : About 15 ...

Published: Friday 01 January 1926
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
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NAME ABOVE THE DOOR

... proprietor the house where they were delivered, and the authority of the case Watteau v. Fenwick, confirmed by Lord Chief Justice Coleridge and Justice Wills, he submitted that th© plaintiff* were entitled to recover. Mr. San key suggested that, if the ...

Published: Thursday 02 June 1910
Newspaper: Dublin Daily Express
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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TO-DAY'S BOOKS

... Inglis, Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, Lord Russell of Killowen, Lord Alvenetooe, Lord Chief Justice Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice Pollock, Sir Samuel Martin, and Lord well. Some the many oases described the chapter on Lord Chief Justice Coleridge are . those ...

Published: Thursday 31 May 1923
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
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NEWS FROM THE PAST

... Sunday evening. SOMERSET ASSIZES. The commission for holding these Assises was opened on Thursday afternoon. The Lord Chief Justice Coleridge and Mr. Justice arrived at Taunton from liodmin bv the 1.30 irain ...

FAMOUS JUDGES

... presided. They are Mr Justice Grantham, Lord Blackburn, Mr Justice Stephen, Sir Henry Hawkins, Lord President Inglis, Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, Lord Russell of Killowen, Lord Alverstone, Lord Chief Justice Cockbuxu, Lord Chief Justice Pollock, Sir Samuel- ...

Published: Monday 04 June 1923
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
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... of Somerset v. Hart was an even stronger one. The justices thought that there was connivance in that case, and Lord Chief Justice Coleridge and Mr. Justice Cave held that the justices were right in refusing to convict the licensed person where gaming ...

Published: Friday 22 June 1900
Newspaper: Newry Reporter
County: Down, Northern Ireland
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THE DEVON JUDGES ON CIRCUIT

... successful battle a lawyer, until, at last, reached the proud position of Chief Justice of England. The letters of Lord Chief Justice Coleridge show what a struggle had, how times although he, as we say in Devonshire. kept a stiff upper lip, seemed almost ...

Published: Thursday 30 January 1908
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
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TO TUB IDITOR

... the stars. This appeals t) have b.come en article of faith die. seminaled among viviseetioui,t ap for the tat, Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, in an article entitled TLo Nineteenth Century Defenders of VivisocCon, describes his meeting ill society a very ...

Published: Friday 09 January 1903
Newspaper: Middlesex & Surrey Express
County: Middlesex, England
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THE YORKSHIRE POST. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1904

... THE LIBRARY TABLE. LORD CHIEF JUSTICE COLERIDGE. lifr wl I'nmiptwkMt John Duke, Lord Lord Chief England. Wnttoi anil edited Erne-t Hartley (M-ridy-. Two toluojer, with portrait*. Heim-onnn, not. w;is said of Lord Chief Justice Coleridge buy that was Duke ...